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Mitsubishi Electric GOT2000 Series User Manual

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GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000
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User's Manual (Utility)

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  • Page 1 GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Thank you for choosing Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal (Mitsubishi GOT). Read this manual and make sure you understand the functions and performance of the GOT thoroughly in advance to ensure correct use. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Always read these precautions before using this equipment.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING When the GOT backlight has a failure, the GOT status will be as follows.Failure to observe this instruction may result in an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction. • GT27,GT25,GT23 When the GOT backlight has a failure, the POWER LED blinks (orange/blue) and the display section dims.
  • Page 5 Doing so can result in a damage or failure of the display section. When a GOT2000 series model and a GOT1000 series model are on an Ethernet network, do not set the IP address 192.168.0.18 for the GOTs and the controllers on this network.
  • Page 6 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Use the GOT in the environment that satisfies the general specifications described in this manual. Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product damage or deterioration. When mounting the GOT to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range with a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
  • Page 7 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION When installing the supplied fittings on GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, or GT2508F-V, tighten screws in the specified torque range (0.8 Nom to 1.0 Nom). Meld studs on the control panel to fasten the fittings. The studs must have strength adequate to withstand a tightening torque of 0.9 Nom or more. Make sure that no foreign matter such as welding waste is at and around the bases of the studs.
  • Page 8 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Make sure to ground the FG terminal and LG terminal of the GOT power supply section to the protective ground conductors dedicated to the GOT with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less. (GT21 does not have the LG terminal.) When tightening the terminal screws, use a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
  • Page 9 [TEST OPERATION PRECAUTIONS] WARNING Before testing the operation of a user-created monitor screen (such as turning on or off a bit device, changing the current value of a word device, changing the set value or current value of a timer or counter, and changing the current value of a buffer memory), thoroughly read the manual to fully understand the operating procedures.
  • Page 10 Before touching the unit, always touch grounded metals, etc. to discharge static electricity from human body, etc. Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. Use the battery manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Use of other batteries may cause a risk of fire or explosion. Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 11 [PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE DATA STORAGE IS IN USE] WARNING If the SD card is removed from drive A of the GOT while being accessed by the GOT, the GOT may stop processing data for about 20 seconds. The GOT cannot be operated during this period. The functions that run in the background including a screen updating, alarm, logging, scripts, and others are also interrupted.
  • Page 12 When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (Refer to GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) for details of the battery directive in the EU member states.)
  • Page 13 When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations. (Refer to GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) for details of the regulated models.) Make sure to transport the GOT main unit and/or relevant unit(s) in the manner they will not be exposed to the impact exceeding the impact resistance described in the general specifications of this manual, as they are precision devices.
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................A - 1 CONTENTS ............................A - 12 List of Manuals for GT Works3 .......................A - 21 Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings of Icons .................A - 22 PART 1 UTILITY FOR GT27/GT25/GT23 1. UTILITY FUNCTION Utility Execution ..........................1 - 1 Utility Function List...........................
  • Page 15 2.8.1 USB host setting ........................2 - 28 2.8.2 Display operation of the USB host setting................2 - 28 2.8.3 Setting operation of USB host....................2 - 29 Time............................... 2 - 31 2.9.1 Clock synchronization method ....................2 - 31 2.9.2 Time setting..........................
  • Page 16 3.5.3 Trigger backup setting operation.................... 3 - 15 3.5.4 Trigger time setting operation ....................3 - 16 License Management ........................3 - 17 3.6.1 License management setting ....................3 - 17 3.6.2 Display operation of the license management setting............3 - 17 3.6.3 Setting operation of license management................
  • Page 17 Touch Panel Calibration ........................4 - 9 4.4.1 Touch panel calibration setting ....................4 - 9 4.4.2 Display operation of the touch panel calibration setting............4 - 9 4.4.3 Touch panel calibration operation ..................4 - 10 System Alarm ..........................4 - 12 4.5.1 System alarm .........................
  • Page 18 Image File Management ........................ 6 - 10 6.3.1 Function of image file management ..................6 - 10 6.3.2 Display operation of image file management ................. 6 - 10 6.3.3 Display example of image file management ................6 - 11 6.3.4 Operation of image file management ..................
  • Page 19 6.12.2 Display operation of memory check ..................6 - 120 6.12.3 Memory check operation...................... 6 - 121 6.13 GOT Data Package Acquisition ....................6 - 123 6.13.1 GOT data package acquisition function ................6 - 123 6.13.2 Display operation of GOT data package acquisition ............6 - 123 6.13.3 Display example of GOT data package acquisition .............
  • Page 20 11.3.1 Setting function for Ethernet communication ............... 11 - 20 11.3.2 Display operation of Ethernet communication..............11 - 20 11.3.3 Display contents of Ethernet setting..................11 - 21 11.4 Communication Monitor ....................... 11 - 24 11.4.1 Communication monitor functions..................11 - 24 11.4.2 Communication monitor display operation ................
  • Page 21 14. CLOCK SETTINGS AND BATTERY STATUS DISPLAY (TIME SETTING AND DISPLAY) 14.1 Time Setting and Display....................... 14 - 1 14.1.1 Time setting and display functions ..................14 - 1 14.1.2 Clock display and setting operation ..................14 - 1 14.1.3 Clock setting operations......................
  • Page 22 16.1.2 Devices that can be monitored....................16 - 2 16.1.3 Precautions ..........................16 - 2 16.1.4 Display operation of device monitor ..................16 - 3 16.1.5 Information displayed on the device monitor screen and key functions......... 16 - 4 16.1.6 Basic operation of device monitor ..................
  • Page 23: List Of Manuals For Gt Works3

    GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual PDF, e-Manual (1D7ML9) SH-080862ENG GT Converter2 Version3 Operating Manual for GT Works3 (1D7MB2) GOT2000 Series MES Interface Function Manual for GT Works3 Version1 SH-081228ENG (2) Connection manuals Manual number Manual name Format (Model code)
  • Page 24: Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings Of Icons

    Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings of Icons The following shows the abbreviations, generic terms, and meanings of icons used in this manual. ■1. GOT Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support GT27-X GT2715-X GT2715-XTBA, GT2715-XTBD GT2712-S GT2712-STBA, GT2712-STWA, GT2712-STBD, GT2712-STWD GT27-S GT2710-S GT2710-STBA, GT2710-STBD...
  • Page 25 ■2. Communication unit Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2, GT15-ABUS, GT15-ABUS2, GT15-75QBUSL, Bus connection unit GT15-75QBUS2L, GT15-75ABUSL, GT15-75ABUS2L Serial communication unit GT15-RS2-9P, GT15-RS4-9S, GT15-RS4-TE MELSECNET/H communication unit GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13 CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit GT15-J71GP23-SX CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit GT15-J71GF13-T2 CC-Link communication unit GT15-J61BT13...
  • Page 26 SW1DND-GTWK3-J, SW1DND-GTWK3-E, SW1DND-GTWK3-C GT Designer3 Version1 Screen drawing software GT Designer3 for GOT2000/GOT1000 series GT Designer3 Screen drawing software for GOT2000 series included in GT Works3 GT Designer3 (GOT2000) GT Designer3 (GOT1000) Screen drawing software for GOT1000 series included in GT Works3...
  • Page 27 (3) Other software Abbreviations and generic terms Description SW□DND-GXW3-E (-EA) type programmable controller engineering software GX Works3 (□ indicates a version.) SW□DNC-GXW2-□ type programmable controller engineering software GX Works2 (□ indicates a version.) GX Simulator3 Simulation function of GX Works3 GX Simulator2 Simulation function of GX Works2 Controller simulator...
  • Page 28 Allen-Bradley products manufactured by Rockwell Automation, Inc. CLPA CC-Link Partner Association GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc. HMS Industrial Networks LS IS LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. MITSUBISHI INDIA Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. ODVA Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. SCHNEIDER Schneider Electric SA SICK SICK AG SIEMENS...
  • Page 29 PART 1 UTILITY FOR GT27/GT25/GT23 PART 1 UTILITY FUNCTION ......1 - 1 GOT BASIC SETTING.
  • Page 31: Utility Function

    1. UTILITY FUNCTION Utility is a function, which carries out connection of GOT and controller, screen display and operation method settings, program/data control and self-check etc. Refer to the following for the utility function list. ➠ 1.2 Utility Function List Utility Execution For utility execution, utility has to be displayed by installing BootOS and basic system application in the C drive (built in flash memory).
  • Page 32: Utility Function List

    Utility Function List The items in the following list can be set/operated on the utility screens. For GT Designer3 of an old version, displayed screens, setting items and others may differ from those described in the manual. The sequence program monitor (R ladder) will be supported soon. Applicable GOT Item Functions overview...
  • Page 33 Applicable GOT Item Functions overview Reference GT27 GT25 GT23 Operator management Managing operator Operator Maintenance Password change Changing a password 2.14 authentication Function setting Setting the operator authentication function SoftGOT-GOT link function Setting the SoftGOT-GOT link function VNC server function Setting the VNC server function Sequence program monitor Starting the sequence program monitor...
  • Page 34 Applicable GOT Item Functions overview Reference GT27 GT25 GT23 System launcher Starting the system launcher Device monitor Starting the device monitor Starting the QCPU or LCPU sequence Sequence program monitor program monitor Sequence program monitor (R ladder) Starting the RCPU sequence program monitor FX ladder monitor Starting the FX ladder monitor Network monitor...
  • Page 35 Applicable GOT Item Functions overview Reference GT27 GT25 GT23 Deleting or copying alarm log files Alarm information Converting alarm log files in G2A format → CSV/TXT format Deleting/copying image files, changing image Image file management file names Converting recipe files in G2P → CSV/TXT format, deleting/copying/moving/creating recipe files, deleting/moving/changing recipe Recipe information...
  • Page 36: Utility Display

    Utility display To display each setting screen of the utility, the main menu has to be displayed first. Even when the GOT is installed vertically, the utility screen appears horizontally. In the utility main menu, message dialogs appear according to the vertical installation. 1) Main menu The menu items that can be set at the GOT utility are displayed.
  • Page 37 POINT POINT POINT When starting the GOT without selecting any language or the selected language and the installed fonts are not matched The following screen will be displayed. Touching the button of a desired language restarts the GOT and the language is switched to the selected one.
  • Page 38: Display Operation Of Main Menu

    1.3.1 Display operation of main menu The following three types of operation can display the main menu. (Display the main menu after installing the basic system application from GT Designer3 to the GOT built in flash memory.) ■1. When project data is undownloaded If the power supply of GOT turns ON, the main menu is displayed automatically after title display.
  • Page 39 ■3. When touching special function switch (utility) If you touch the special function switch (utility) while user-created screen is displayed, the main menu is displayed. The special function switch (utility) can be set as a touch switch that is displayed on a user-created screen by GT Designer3.
  • Page 40 POINT POINT POINT Locking the utility display by password When you try to display the utility main menu while the password is set to the GOT by GT Designer3, the display for password input will be appeared. (Set a password from the common setting menu.) When the password is not matched, displays the error message.
  • Page 41: Utility Basic Configuration

    1.3.2 Utility basic configuration The basic configuration of utility is as follows. Title display Close/Return button Scroll button Screen ■1. Title display The screen title name is displayed in title display part. As the screen is composed of multiple layers, the title including these layers is displayed. Title display ■2.
  • Page 42: Basic Operation Of Settings Change

    1.3.3 Basic operation of settings change ■1. Change of setting value Close/Return button Select button Setting item Example: [Operation] screen (1) Setting item, select button Touch the select button to change the settings. The setting methods differ depending on the setting items. The following types of setting method are available.
  • Page 43: Got Basic Setting

    2. GOT BASIC SETTING Setting screen for display and setting screen for operation can be displayed from the GOT utility screen. In the setting screen for display and the setting screen for operation, the following settings can be set. Item Description Reference Opening screen time, screen save time, battery alarm display, human sensor, sensor detect level,...
  • Page 44: Display

    Display 2.1.1 Display setting Configure display settings. The items which can be set are shown below. When each item part is touched, the respective setting becomes possible. Item Description Setting range 0 to 60 seconds Opening screen time The title display period at the main unit boot can be set. <At factory shipment: 0 seconds>...
  • Page 45 POINT POINT POINT (1) Display setting by GT Designer3 Set the title display period and screen save time in [GOT setup] in [Environmental Setting] of GT Designer3. When change a part of the setting, change the setting by the GOT display setting after downloading the project data.
  • Page 46: Display Operation Of Display

    (7) When the utility screen is difficult to see in the [Low] mode Touch the upper-left corner of the main menu for two seconds to change the mode to the [Standard] mode. When the utility screen transitions to a user-created screen, the mode is returned to the [Low] mode.
  • Page 47: Display Setting Operations

    2.1.3 Display setting operations ■1. Opening screen, screen save time Step 1. Touch the setting item (numeral) to display a software keyboard. Input a value with the keyboard. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change and return to the Main Menu, touch the [Cancel] button.
  • Page 48 ■3. Human sensor Step 1. Touch the setting item to change the selection. (Valid Invalid) Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change and return to the Main Menu, touch the [Cancel] button. ■4.
  • Page 49 ■5. Brightness adjustment mode Step 1. Touch the setting item to change the selection. (Standard Low) Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change and return to the Main Menu, touch the [Cancel] button. ■6.
  • Page 50 ■7. POWER LED Step 1. Touch the setting item to change the selection. (ON OFF) Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change and return to the Main Menu, touch the [Cancel] button. 2 - 8 2.1 Display...
  • Page 51: Language

    Language 2.2.1 Language setting Configure language settings. Item Description Setting range (Japanese) (English) (Chinese (Simplified)) Confirmation of the current language and switching (Chinese language can be performed regarding with the language Language (Traditional)) displayed by utility and dialog. (Korean) (At factory shipment: User's selection>...
  • Page 52: Setting Operation Of Language

    2.2.3 Setting operation of language ■1. Language Step 1. If touch the language to be displayed, the language is selected. Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 53: Unique Information

    Unique Information 2.3.1 Unique information setting Configure unique information settings. Item Description Setting range 0 to 32767 GOT ID No. Set the ID No. as the unique information for the GOT. <Default: 0> 2.3.2 Display operation of unique information GOT basic setting Touch [Unique info].
  • Page 54: Setting Procedure For Unique Information

    2.3.3 Setting procedure for unique information ■1. GOT ID No. Step 1. Touch the setting item to display a software keyboard. Input a value with the keyboard. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change and return to the Main Menu, touch the [Cancel] button.
  • Page 55: Ip Address

    IP Address 2.4.1 IP address setting Set the IP address and others. Item Description Setting range Effective/Invalid Ethernet comm. unit Set whether to use the Ethernet communication unit. <Default: Invalid> 0 to 255 Standard Ethernet <Default: 192.168.3.18> IP Address Check or set the IP address. Extension Ethernet <Default: 192.168.5.22>...
  • Page 56: Display Operation Of Ip Address

    2.4.2 Display operation of IP address GOT basic setting Touch [IP address]. IP address If the Ethernet setting is changed with applicable GOT special registers (GS), the GOT may not operate with the new Ethernet setting displayed in the utility. Therefore, restart the GOT to reflect the new setting.
  • Page 57: Setting Procedure For The Ip Address

    2.4.3 Setting procedure for the IP address ■1. Standard Ethernet and wireless LAN (1) IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, peripheral software port No., and transparent port No. Step 1. Touch the entry box for the setting item to display a software keyboard. Input a value with the keyboard.
  • Page 58 ■2. Extension Ethernet Step 1. Touch the selection for [Ethernet comm. unit] to switch to [Effective]. Step 2. Touch the entry box for the setting item to display a software keyboard. Input a value with the keyboard. Step 3. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting. To cancel the setting, touch the [Cancel] button to return to the main menu.
  • Page 59: Precautions

    2.4.4 Precautions ■1. IP address setting Specify a different network in the IP address setting in [Standard Ethernet], [Extension Ethernet], and [Wireless LAN]. ■2. When the GOT connects to the network on which a device with the same IP address resides The GOT goes into an offline state, and displays the following dialog.
  • Page 60: Ip Filter Setting

    IP Filter Setting 2.5.1 IP filter setting IP addresses from which access to the GOT is allowed or blocked can be set. For the details of the IP filter setting, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 61: Ip Filter Setting

    2.5.2 Display operation of the IP filter setting GOT basic setting Touch [IP filter setting]. IP filter setting 2 - 19 2.5 IP Filter Setting...
  • Page 62: Setting Procedure For The Ip Filter

    2.5.3 Setting procedure for the IP filter ■1. Setting IP addresses Step 1. Touch the down arrow of the [IP filter usage] list box and select [Yes]. Step 2. Touch the down arrow of the [Access from the following address] list box and select [Transmit] or [Block]. Step 3.
  • Page 63 (2) Setting exception IP addresses [Exception IP address] can be set only when [Range] is selected. Step 1. Touch the exception IP address display button to open the exception IP address list. 1.3. 2. 2. Step 2. Touch an exception IP address entry box to display a software keyboard. Input a value for each box with the keyboard.
  • Page 64: Operation

    Operation 2.6.1 Operation setting Setting regarding GOT operation can be set. The items which can be set are described below. If touch the each item part, the respective setting becomes possible. Function Description Setting range OFF/SHORT/LONG Buzzer volume setting Buzzer volume setting can be changed. <At factory shipment: SHORT>...
  • Page 65: Display Operation Of Operation

    2.6.2 Display operation of operation GOT basic setting Touch [Operation]. Operation 2 - 23 2.6 Operation...
  • Page 66: Setting Operation Of Operation

    2.6.3 Setting operation of operation ■1. Buzzer sound, musical interval, window move buzzer volume, access switch for the drive Step 1. If touch the setup item, the setup contents is changed. Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 67: Utility Call Key

    Utility Call Key 2.7.1 Utility call key setting The key position for calling the main menu of the utility can be specified. For the key position, the specification of 1 point from 4 corners on the screen, or no specification, can be set. (No specification can be set when GT Designer3 is used.) By keeping pressing the screen, a setting to switch the screen to the utility is available.
  • Page 68: Utility Call Key Setting Operation

    2.7.3 Utility call key setting operation Step 1. Touch displayed at the 4 corners of the setting screen. The button repeats with every touch Set the corner to be specified as a key position to For the key position, up to 1 point can be specified. When the key position is not specified, displaying the utility with the utility call key is not available.
  • Page 69 POINT POINT POINT (1) When the utility call key is not specified The followings are the method for displaying the utility without using the utility call key. (a) Changing the project data in GT Designer3 Step 1. Read the project data in GT Designer3. Step 2.
  • Page 70: Usb Host

    USB Host 2.8.1 USB host setting To install and use the USB mouse/keyboard on the GOT, set the USB mouse/keyboard. Item Description Setting range YES/NO Use USB mouse Set whether to use a USB mouse. <Default: YES> Interlock with mouse cursor touch YES/NO The mouse cursor can be moved to the touched position.
  • Page 71: Setting Operation Of Usb Host

    2.8.3 Setting operation of USB host Step 1. To use the USB mouse, touch the setting item of [Use USB mouse]. The setting content is changed by touching. (YES Step 2. To move the mouse cursor to the touched position, touch the setting item of [Interlock with mouse cursor touch operation].
  • Page 72 Step 4. To use the USB keyboard, touch the setting item of [USB keyboard type]. The setting content is changed by touching. Japanese 106 keyboard English 101 keyboard Step 5. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [USB Host] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [USB Host] screen.
  • Page 73: Time

    Time 2.9.1 Clock synchronization method The following shows the clock synchronization method on the GOT. Clock synchronization method Description Acquire the clock data of the controller or the SNTP server and change the clock data of the GOT. 2013/4/1 2013/4/1 12:45:07 12:45:07 Clock data...
  • Page 74: Time Setting

    2.9.2 Time setting Set the current time. ■1. Time setting Item Description Reference Current time ➠ Carry out the display and setup of GOT clock data. 2.9.2 ■3. (1) Current time ➠ 2.9.2 ■3. (2) GOT internal battery voltage GOT internal battery voltage Displays GOT internal battery voltage status.
  • Page 75 Display Status Normal Normal Low/None Voltage drop or no battery installed When the battery voltage is low, replace the battery immediately. Refer to the following for battery replacement procedure. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) 2 - 33 2.9 Time...
  • Page 76: Adjusting The Clock

    2.9.3 Adjusting the clock Synchronize the clock data of the GOT with the clock data of the controller. ■1. Clock adjustment setting Item Description Setting range Yes (selected)/No (deselected) Adjust the clock Set whether to use the clock adjustment function. <Default: No (deselected)>...
  • Page 77 ■2. Display operation of the clock adjustment GOT basic setting Touch [Time]. Time (Time setting) Configure the time setting function setting. ■3. Setting procedure for the clock adjustment (1) Adjust the clock Step 1. To synchronize the clock data of the GOT with the clock data of the controller, select [Adjust the clock]. Step 2.
  • Page 78 (2) Mode Step 1. Touch the setting item and select a setting from the list. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog. Restart the GOT to operate with the new setting. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu. (3) Reference CH No.
  • Page 79 (4) SNTP IP address Step 1. Touch the setting item to display a software keyboard. Input a value for each box with the keyboard. Step 2. Touch the [Connection test] button to check the connection with the SNTP server. Step 3. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog.
  • Page 80 (6) Specify the time zone of target unit Step 1. To specify the time zone of the target controller, select [Specify the time zone of target unit]. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog. Restart the GOT to operate with the new setting. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 81 (8) Time difference from GMT Step 1. To change the setting of [hour], touch the up or down button on the left side of [hour]. To change the setting of [Min.], touch the pull-down menu button on the left side of [Min.] and select an item from the list.
  • Page 82: Broadcasting The Clock Data

    2.9.4 Broadcasting the clock data Notify the clock data of the GOT to the controller for synchronization with the GOT. ■1. Time notification setting Item Description Setting range Selected/Not selected Broadcast the clock data Set whether to use the time notification function. <Default: Not selected>...
  • Page 83 ■2. Display operation of the time notification GOT basic setting Touch [Time]. Time (Broadcast tab) Configure the time notification function setting. ■3. Setting procedure for the time notification (1) Broadcast the clock data Step 1. To notify the clock data of the GOT to the controller for synchronization with the GOT, select [Broadcast the clock data].
  • Page 84 (2) Broadcast CH No. Step 1. Touch a channel number to select it. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog. Restart the GOT to operate with the new setting. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu. (3) Trigger type Step 1.
  • Page 85 (4) Specify the time zone of target unit Step 1. To specify the time zone of the target controller, select [Specify the time zone of target unit]. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog. Restart the GOT to operate with the new setting. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 86 (6) Time difference from GMT Step 1. To change the setting of [hour], touch the up or down button on the left side of [hour]. To change the setting of [Min.], touch the pull-down menu button on the left side of [Min.] and select an item from the list.
  • Page 87: Local Time

    2.9.5 Local time Set the time zone of the local time in the clock data of the GOT. ■1. Local time setting Item Description Setting range Set whether to specify the time zone in the clock data of Selected/Not selected Specify time zone the GOT.
  • Page 88 ■3. Setting procedure for the local time (1) Specify time zone Step 1. To set the time zone, select [Specify time zone]. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to display a restart confirmation dialog. Restart the GOT to operate with the new setting. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 89 GOT and external device. For the list of the PLCs having the clock function, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used For details of [Adjust] and [Broadcast], refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual (2) Time setting and battery The GOT built-in battery is not connected to the GOT at factory default.
  • Page 90: Controller

    2.10 Controller 2.10.1 Controller setting Configure controller settings. The items which can be set are shown below. When each item part is touched, the respective setting becomes possible. Function Description Change the assignment of channel No. and communication driver name of the device connected using the Assign Ethernet I/F Ethernet interface.
  • Page 91: Communication Detail Setting Display Operation

    2.10.2 Communication detail setting display operation GOT basic setting Touch [Controller]. Controller 2 - 49 2.10 Controller...
  • Page 92: Controller Contents

    The name of the unit installed in the extension interface is displayed. (Displays [None] when any unit is not mounted.) For details of each unit, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) 2 - 50 2.10 Controller...
  • Page 93 The same device cannot be used for Ch No.5 to Ch No.8 simultaneously. For restrictions on external devices, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 5) Communication driver display box The name of the communication driver assigned to a channel or the communication driver set in the controller setting of GT Designer3 is displayed.
  • Page 94 3) Download the project data including the setting configured in step 2) above. Refer to the following for details. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual (2) When the communication setting data is not downloaded.
  • Page 95: Controller Setting Operation

    2.10.4 Controller setting operation ■1. Assign Ethernet I/F operation The following describes how to operate the Ethernet I/F assign. The setting operation is same as that of the communication setting screen. Step 1. Touch the [Assign Ethernet I/F] button in [Communication setting]. Step 2.
  • Page 96 Step 4. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Communication setting] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Communication setting] screen. Step 5.
  • Page 97 Step 3. As the communication driver ([Serial(MELSEC)]) installed in the GOT is displayed, touch it. Step 4. The screen returns to the [Channel-Driver assign] screen. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Communication setting] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Communication setting] screen.
  • Page 98 ■3. Channel number setting operation Step 1. Touch channel number specification menu BOX to be set. Step 2. The cursor for the channel number specification menu BOX is displayed. Simultaneously the keyboard for a numerical input is displayed. Step 3. Input the channel number from the keyboard and touch [Enter] key, and the value is defined.
  • Page 99 ■5. 5V power supply setting operation When connecting a controller to the RS-232 interface, whether to supply 5 V DC power or not to the controller through 9 pins can be selected. Thus, it is not necessary to connect an external power supply. Step 1.
  • Page 100 Step 3. After setting completion, [*] is displayed indicating that 5V power supplying setting is on. Step 4. If touch the [OK]/[Cancel]/[×] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. 2 - 58 2.10 Controller...
  • Page 101 ■6. Host (PC)/Host (Modem) settings The following describes how to set [Host (PC)] and [Host (Modem)]. When setting [Host (PC)] for [PC connection type], the following settings are not required. Set as follows only when selecting [Host (Modem)]. Item Description Setting range Host (PC)/Host (Modem) PC connection type...
  • Page 102: Communication Detail Setting

    2.10.5 Communication detail setting ■1. Communication detail setting Function Description Communication parameters Set various communication parameters of communication devices. setting The settable parameters differ according to the communication device. Keyword setting For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be set. Key word deleting For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be deleted.
  • Page 103 When change the communication parameters after downloading project data, change the setting at communication detail setting of GOT. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual (2) For the Ethernet multiple connection Touch the driver display BOX of the Ethernet connection, and then the communication detail setting screen of Channel No.
  • Page 104: Display Contents Of Communication Detail Setting

    When change the communication parameters after downloading project data, change the setting at communication detail setting of GOT. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual ■3. Display contents of communication detail setting The contents of communication detail setting varies according to driver type.
  • Page 105 (1) Keyword registration, deletion and protection delete MELSEC-FX Registration Register key words. Step 1. Touching the [Regist] key pop-up displays the keyboard for inputting a keyword. Step 2. Input a keyword and touch the [Enter] key, and the registration completes. Up to 8 characters can be set for keyword with using A to F and 0 to 9.
  • Page 106 POINT POINT POINT (1) How to select a keyword protection level For equipments that are allowed to operate the FX PLC on line, 3 levels of protection level can be set. When performing monitoring or changing settings with any on-line equipment is required, set password with referring to the following.
  • Page 107 Deletion Delete a registered keyword. Step 1. Touching the [Delete] key pop-up displays the keyboard for inputting a keyword. Step 2. Input a key word and touch the [Enter] key, and the keyword is deleted. PLC connected Setting FX CPU compatible with 2nd keyword Input a keyword to delete.
  • Page 108: Ethernet Communication

    The host station setting, network number, station number, and IP address are changeable. For the Ethernet setting, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used 2.11.2 Display operation of the Ethernet setting GOT basic setting Touch [Ethernet].
  • Page 109: Display Contents Of Ethernet Setting

    ■1. Display contents of Ethernet setting The following describes the setting items and the display contents of the Ethernet setting. (1) Channel select tab Channels can be switched. Switching to the channel which does not have the Ethernet setting is not available. [*] is displayed on the right side of the channel whose setting is changed.
  • Page 110 ■2. Change of host Step 1. Touch the device to be set as the host. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT to operate with the changed settings. TTouch the [Cancel] button to cancel the changed settings and return to the [Controller] screen. ■3.
  • Page 111 Step 2. Touch the [Enter] button and [OK] button to restart the GOT to operate with the changed settings. Touch the [Cancel] button to cancel the changed settings and return to the [Basic Setting] screen. ■4. Change of station No. Step 1.
  • Page 112 ■5. Change of IP address Step 1. Touch the IP address to be changed, input the destination IP address to be changed by the numeric keypad displayed. Step 2. Touch the [Enter] button and [OK] button to restart the GOT to operate with the changed settings. Touch the [Cancel] button to cancel the changed settings and return to the [Basic Setting] screen.
  • Page 113: Transparent Mode

    When using the multi-channel function, the channel No. of a controller to which the FA transparent function is executed can be set. For the multi-channel settings, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual Also, refer to the following for the FA transparent function.
  • Page 114: Operation The Transparent Mode

    2.12.3 Operation the transparent mode Step 1. Touching the transparent ChNo. (numerical part) shown below, the keyboard is displayed. Input numerical value by the keyboard. Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 115: Security

    2.13 Security 2.13.1 Security level authentication ■1. Security level change functions Authenticates the security level set by each object or screen switch. Refer to the following for the security level. ➠ Security level setting GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual ➠...
  • Page 116 ■3. Setting operation of security level (1) Password input operation Step 1. By touching [0] to [9], [A] to [F] key, the password of the changed security level is input. When correcting the input character, touch [Del] key to delete the correcting character and input the password again.
  • Page 117: Operator Authentication

    2.14 Operator Authentication 2.14.1 Operator management ■1. Operator management (1) Operator management function The function enables displaying a list of the operator information and adding, changing, or deleting the operator information to be used. A password for operator authentication can be changed when the password is out of date. Functions for the operator authentication (automatic logout time, authentication method, password expiration date, etc.) can be set.
  • Page 118 (2) Display operation of operator management GOT basic setting Touch [Operator authentication]. Operator management Operator authentication Touch [Operator management]. 2 - 76 2.14 Operator Authentication...
  • Page 119 (3) Display example of operator management Operator information management screen Item Description Operator Name Displays operator names. Displays operator IDs. Level Displays security levels for operators. Update Displays the last updated dates of the operator information. Lock status Displays the status whether the operator ID is locked. Operation keys Execution keys for each function Displays and sets the storage location for imported and exported operator information.
  • Page 120 Operator information edit screen Touch the [Add] button or touch the [Edit] button with the operator information selected on the Operator information management screen, and then the Operator information edit screen is displayed. The operator information can be edited. Item Description The operator name to be edited is displayed or input an operator name to be added.
  • Page 121 (4) Operator management operation Step 1. Touch [Operator management] in the operator setting menu. Step 2. The Admin password authentication screen is displayed, and then input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. [A-Z]: Alphabet capital [a-z]: Alphabet small letter [0-9]: Numeric...
  • Page 122 Step 3. When the administrator password is correctly input, the Operator information management screen in displayed. For operation of operating switches, refer to the following. • [Add] ➠ (5) Add operation • [Edit] ➠ (6) Edit operation • [Delete] ➠ (7) Deletion operation •...
  • Page 123 (5) Add operation Add operator information to the GOT. Step 1. Touch the [Add] button. Step 2. The Operator information edit screen is displayed, and then touch an item to be edited. 1) OperatorName Touch the OperatorName, and then the Operator name input dialog is displayed. Input an operator name. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons.
  • Page 124 2) OperatorID Touch the Operator ID, and then the Operator ID input dialog is displayed. Input an operator ID. When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key. 3) Level Touch the level, and then the Operator level input dialog is displayed. Input an operator level. When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key.
  • Page 125 5) Make a permanent password For enabling the setting of [Make a permanent password], touch the check box for [Make a permanent password], and then the setting is switched. : Disabled : Enabled 6) Use ext. auth. ID For using the external authentication ID, touch the check box "Use ext. auth. ID" and switch the setting. : The external authentication ID is not used.
  • Page 126 (6) Edit operation Edit the operator information stored in the GOT. Step 1. Select the operator information to be edited with touching the operator information. Step 2. Touch the [Edit] button. Step 3. The Operator information edit screen is displayed, and then touch an item to be edited. For information on how to edit the items [Level], [Password], [Make a permanent password], [Use ext.
  • Page 127 Step 4. Touch the [OK] button after all items are input, and then the dialog shown below is displayed and the input operator information is changed. Step 5. Touch the [Cancel] button or the [×] button, and then the dialog box shown below is displayed. (7) Deletion operation Delete the operator information stored in the GOT.
  • Page 128 Step 3. When the deletion is completed, the completion dialog is displayed. Touching the [OK] button closes the dialog box. (8) Undo operation Restore the current operator information to the previous saved one. Step 1. Touch the [Undo] button. Step 2. The dialog shown below is displayed, and then touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 129 Step 3. The Admin password authentication screen is displayed, and then input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. [A-Z]: Alphabet capital [a-z]: Alphabet small letter [0-9]: Numeric When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key. Step 4.
  • Page 130 Step 2. The dialog shown below is displayed. Touch [OK] button, and then the Admin password authentication screen is displayed. Input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. [A-Z]: Alphabet capital [a-z]: Alphabet small letter [0-9]: Numeric When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key.
  • Page 131 Step 2. The dialog shown below is displayed. Touch the following buttons according to the output format for the file. • Binary file: [Binary] button • CSV file: [CSV] button Step 3. The dialog shown below is displayed. Touch [OK] button, and then the Admin password authentication screen is displayed. Input the administrator password.
  • Page 132: Password Change

    2.14.2 Password change ■1. Password change (1) Password change function The passwords to be used for the operator authentication can be changed. For the password change, log into the GOT in advance with the operator name corresponding to the password to be changed.
  • Page 133 (3) Password change operation Step 1. Log into the GOT with the operator name corresponding to the password to be changed on the Main Menu screen for the utility. Step 2. Touch [Password change] in the operator setting menu, and then the Password change dialog is displayed.
  • Page 134 Step 4. Input a new password. Step 5. After inputting a new password, input the new password again. Step 6. When the new password is correctly input, the dialog shown below is displayed and the password is changed. 2 - 92 2.14 Operator Authentication...
  • Page 135: Function Setting

    2.14.3 Function setting ■1. Function setting (1) Function setting The functions for the operator information can be set. The following items can be set. Item Description Reference The authentication method can be switched. ([Operator name + password], [External auth (general)]) Auth method (b)1) Authentication method When [External auth (general)] is selected, the [Enable operator name/pswd...
  • Page 136 (3) Function setting operation Step 1. Touch [Function setting] in the operator setting menu, and then the Admin password authentication dialog is displayed. Step 2. Input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. [A-Z]: Alphabet capital [a-z]: Alphabet small letter [0-9]: Numeric...
  • Page 137 1) Authentication method Switch the authentication method. Touch the current selection to switch the authentication method between [Operator name + password] and [External auth (general)]. When [External auth (general)] is selected, the [Enable operator name/pswd authentication] check box appears. Select the checkbox to also perform authentication through an operator name and password at login. 2) Automatic logout time Touch [Automatic logout time], and then the Automatic logout time edit dialog is displayed.
  • Page 138 Step 4. Touch the [OK] button after all items are input, and then the dialog shown below is displayed and the input setting is saved. Step 5. If you touch the [×] button without touching the [OK] button, the dialog shown below is displayed 2 - 96 2.14 Operator Authentication...
  • Page 139: Extended Function Setting

    3. EXTENDED FUNCTION SETTING You can display the setting screens for the extended functions from the GOT utility. The following table lists the extended functions and their setting contents in the corresponding screens. Item Description Reference Setting the authorization of the SoftGOT-GOT link function, obtaining or releasing the exclusive SoftGOT-GOT link function authorization VNC server function...
  • Page 140: Softgot-got Link Function

    SoftGOT-GOT Link Function 3.1.1 SoftGOT-GOT link function setting The authorization of the SoftGOT-GOT link function can be set, and the exclusive authorization can be obtained or released. Only the GOT can obtain the exclusive authorization. While the GOT has the exclusive authorization, GT SoftGOT2000 cannot obtain the authorization. For the details of the SoftGOT-GOT link function, refer to the following.
  • Page 141: Softgot-got Link Function Setting Operation

    3.1.3 SoftGOT-GOT link function setting operation ■1. Exclusive authorization obtained state (1) Obtaining the exclusive authorization Step 1. Touch the [Obtain] button to display the dialog. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to obtain the exclusive authorization. Touch the [Cancel] button to stop obtaining the exclusive authorization. (2) Releasing the exclusive authorization Step 1.
  • Page 142 ■2. Authorization obtained time Step 1. If touch the select button of the authorization obtained time, a keyboard is displayed. Enter the authorization obtained time with the keyboard. When setting to 0 second, the authorization is not automatically obtained by the GOT. Step 2.
  • Page 143 ■4. Operation status popup notification Step 1. When you touch the setting item, the setting contents change. (YES Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Ext. func. set] screen.
  • Page 144: Vnc Server Function

    VNC Server Function 3.2.1 VNC server function setting In the VNC server function setting, the authorization guarantee time for the VNC server function can be set. For the details of the VNC server function, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual Function Description Setting range...
  • Page 145: Vnc Server Function Setting Operation

    3.2.3 VNC server function setting operation ■1. Operating priority guaranteed time Step 1. Touch the input field for [Operating priority guaranteed time] to display a keyboard. Input the authorization guarantee time with the keyboard. Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Special function setting] screen.
  • Page 146: Sequence Program Monitor

    Storing a sequence program eliminates the need for reading the program from the PLC CPU at the next GOT startup. This shortens the time required for the execution of the sequence program monitor. For the details of the sequence program monitor, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Function Description Setting range...
  • Page 147: Display Operation Of The Sequence Program Monitor

    3.3.2 Display operation of the sequence program monitor Extended function setting Touch [Seq. program monitor]. Sequence program monitor setting Select the storage location for the sequence program monitor. 3.3.3 Sequence program monitor setting operation Step 1. Touch the selection for the setting item to switch the selection. Step 2.
  • Page 148: Backup/restoration

    Backup/restoration setting The storage location for backup data can be set. For how to use the backup/restoration, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Set the following items with touching the items on the GOT. Item Description...
  • Page 149: Display Operation Of Backup/restoration Setting

    3.4.2 Display operation of backup/restoration setting Special function setting Touch Backup/ restoration Backup/restoration setting Touch an item to be changed. 3.4.3 Backup/restoration setting operation ■1. Drive for backup setting, drive for backup data Step 1. If touch the setup item, the setup contents are changed. Step 2.
  • Page 150 ■3. Max. of backup data Step 1. If touching the setting items, keyboard is displayed. Input numeric with the keyboard. Setting range: 0 to 50, Default: 0 (When 0 is specified, the GOT does not check the number of backup data to be stored.) Step 2.
  • Page 151 ■5. Retain file register inf. during restor Step 1. If touch the setup item, the setup contents are changed. Step 2. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Special function setting] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Special function setting] screen.
  • Page 152: Trigger Backup

    When the conditions of the trigger specified for each backup setting (Rise, Time) are met, the GOT automatically backs up data. For how to use the trigger backup, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) 3.5.2 Display operation of the trigger backup setting Special function setting...
  • Page 153: Trigger Backup Setting Operation

    3.5.3 Trigger backup setting operation Step 1. Touch a setting item for the trigger type, and then the setting is changed. (None Rise Time) None: The GOT does not execute the trigger backup. Rise: The GOT backs up data when the trigger device turns on. Time: The GOT backs up data at the specified time.
  • Page 154: Trigger Time Setting Operation

    3.5.4 Trigger time setting operation Step 1. When the trigger type is set to [Time], touch a setting item for [Detail] and the screen is switched to the trigger time setting screen. Step 2. In the screen, specify the days and time that the GOT executes the backup. Day: Select days that the GOT executes the backup by touching displayed items.Multiple days can be selected.
  • Page 155: License Management

    MES interface function, and the GOT Mobile function independently. For the details of each function, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual GOT2000 Series MES Interface Function Manual for GT Works3 Version1 3.6.2 Display operation of the license management setting Special function setting Touch [License management].
  • Page 156: Setting Operation Of License Management

    3.6.3 Setting operation of license management ■1. When registering a license number for the GOT Step 1. Touch the license number input area on the license management screen, and then the keyboard appears on the bottom of the screen. Step 2. Touch the [Regist] button to register the input license number.
  • Page 157: Video/rgb

    Video/RGB 3.7.1 Video unit setting ■1. Video unit setting The video input signal and resolution can be selected. Item Description Setting range Input signal: NTSC format, PAL format <At factory shipment: NTSC format> Resolution: 640 × 480, Video unit setting The input signal and resolution can be selected.
  • Page 158 ■2. Display operation of the video unit setting Special function setting Video/RGB setting menu Touch [Video Unit Settings]. Touch [Video/RGB]. Video unit setting Communication setting Touch [Video/RGB]. Touch an item to be set. 3 - 20 3.7 Video/RGB...
  • Page 159 ■3. Operating the video unit setting Step 1. When you touch the setting item, the setting contents change. Input signal PAL, NTSC Resolution 480, 768 576, 640 Step 2. When you touch the [Confirm] button, the setting contents are determined. Step 3.
  • Page 160: Video Display Setting

    3.7.2 Video display setting ■1. Video display setting The target for the video settings and the preview channel can be selected and the captive area and image quality can be set. Item Description Setting range Channel 1/2/3/4 <At factory shipment : 1> Captive area Horizontal: -100 to 100 <At factory shipment : 0>...
  • Page 161 ■3. Video display setting operation Step 1. Select a video channel No. to be displayed. The video image for the selected channel No. is previewed. Step 2. To change the captive area or image quality, touch the display section of each item. Captive Area: Refer to step 3 to step 6.
  • Page 162 Step 5. If you touch the [×] button without touching the [Confirm] button, the dialog shown below is displayed. Step 6. After completing all the items to set, if you touch the [×] button, the display returns to the preview screen step1.
  • Page 163 Step 10. After completing all the items to set, if you touch the [×] button, the display returns to the preview screen step1. Step 11. After completing the settings for all the items you want to change in the video display settings, when closing [Video Display (Preview)] with the [×] button, the display returns to [Video/RGB Setting].
  • Page 164: Rgb Display Setting

    3.7.3 RGB display setting ■1. RGB display setting The RGB clock phase and screen position can be set. Item Description Setting range Channel: 1/2 <At factory shipment : 1> ClockPhase: -100 to 100 The target for the RGB settings and the preview channel can be selected and <At factory shipment : 0>...
  • Page 165 ■3. RGB display setting operation Step 1. Select an RGB channel No. to be displayed. The RGB image for the selected channel No. is previewed. Step 2. The clock phase and screen display position (horizontal direction or vertical direction) can be changed. Changes the Changes the Changes the...
  • Page 166: Multimedia

    Multimedia 3.8.1 Video unit setting ■1. Video unit setting The video input signal and resolution can be selected. Item Description Setting range Input signal: NTSC format, PAL format <At factory shipment: NTSC format> Video unit setting The input signal and resolution can be selected. Resolution: 640 ×...
  • Page 167 ■2. Display operation of the video unit setting Extended function setting Multimedia setting menu Touch [Video Unit Settings]. Touch [Multimedia]. Video unit setting Communication setting Touch [Multimedia]. Touch an item to be set. 3 - 29 3.8 Multimedia...
  • Page 168 ■3. Operating the video unit setting Step 1. When you touch the setting item, the setting contents change. Input signal PAL, NTSC Resolution 576, 640 Resolution automatically switches to 640 480 when NTSC is selected and to 768 576 when PAL is selected.
  • Page 169: Video Setting

    3.8.2 Video setting ■1. Video setting The captive area and image quality can be set. Item Description Setting range Captive area Horizontal: -100 to 100 <At factory shipment : 0> Vertical: -100 to 100 <At factory shipment : 0> Image Quality and Color Tone: -100 to 100 The captive area (in the horizontal direction and vertical direction) for the video <At factory shipment : 0>...
  • Page 170 ■3. Operation of Video setting Step 1. To change the captive area or image quality, touch the display section of each item. Captive Area: Refer to step 2 to step 5. Image Quality: Refer to step 6 to step 9. Step 2.
  • Page 171 Step 4. If you touch the button without touching the [Confirm] button, the dialog shown below is displayed. Step 5. After completing all the items to set, if you touch the button, the display returns to the preview screen step1. Step 6.
  • Page 172 Step 7. If you touch the button without touching the [Confirm] button, the dialog shown below is displayed. Step 8. After completing all the items to set, if you touch the button, the display returns to the preview screen step1. Step 9.
  • Page 173: Long Time Recording Setting

    3.8.3 Long time recording setting ■1. Long time recording setting In the long time recording settings, the saving method of video files for long time recording can be set. Item Description Setting range At the long time recording, whether to start recording after deleting all the video files Valid/Invalid Continuous save which are previously recorded or to start recording without the deletion can be set.
  • Page 174 ■3. Operating the long time recording settings Step 1. When you touch the setting item, the setting contents change. Continuous recording: Valid/Invalid Step 2. When you touch the [Confirm] button, the setting contents are determined. Step 3. If you touch the button without touching the [Confirm] button, the dialog shown below is displayed.
  • Page 175: Version Control

    3.8.4 Version control Perform the version control when updating the software version of the multimedia unit. ■1. Display operation of the version control To update the software version of the multimedia unit, insert a CF card that contains the update program into the multimedia unit.
  • Page 176 ■2. Setting procedure for the version control Step 1. Check the current software version of the multimedia unit that is displayed in [Unit software version]. Touch the [Unit software Update menu] button to display the update program transfer screen. Step 2. Insert a CF card that contains the update program into the multimedia unit.
  • Page 177 Step 5. The dialog below appears during the update. Do not remove the CF card or power off the GOT while this dialog is being displayed. Do not turn off the SD card access switch of the multimedia unit. Doing so causes an improper update of the software. Step 6.
  • Page 178: Network Setting

    3.8.5 Network setting ■1. Network setting The network setting is executed when the network connection is made using the Ethernet I/F of the multimedia unit. The following settings can be made in the network setting. Item Description Setting range MAC address Displays the MAC address.
  • Page 179 ■3. Operating the network setting The following shows the setting operation of the IP address. The same setting operation is applied to the default gateway and the subnet mask. Step 1. Touch the IP address display box. Step 2. The keyboard appears. Enter numerical values. Step 3.
  • Page 180: Multimedia Screen

    3.8.6 Multimedia screen ■1. Display operation of multimedia screen Create the multimedia screen switch used to display the multimedia screen on the project screen. Touch the multimedia screen switch so that the screen is switched to the multimedia screen. The video image, play video and file selection menu can be switched on the multimedia screen. For details of the procedures for creating the special function switch used to display the multimedia screen, refer to the following.
  • Page 181 ■2. Operation of multimedia screen (1) Video image screen Images taken with a video camera connected to the multimedia unit can be displayed on the GOT screen. Images taken with a video camera can be recorded. (10) (11) (12) Item Item Description Image display screen...
  • Page 182 (2) Play video screen Video files saved in the CF card installed on the multimedia unit can be played and displayed. (2) (3) (10) (11) (12) (16) (13) (14) (15) Item Item Description Image display screen Screen to display images taken with a video camera or to play video taken with a video camera Play button for playing video button Button to pause images or video taken with a video camera...
  • Page 183 (3) File menu screen Video files of the CF card installed on the multimedia unit can be searched. Searched video files can be displayed on the play video screen. Item Name Description File menu display screen Screen to list the video files, display the number of files, and delete a target file in the CF card selected in [Select drive] Button to switch the display to the play video screen button...
  • Page 184: Wireless Lan Function

    Wireless LAN Function 3.9.1 Wireless LAN function setting On the GOT, you can enable or disable the wireless LAN function, and check the wireless LAN function setting that is configured with GT Designer3. For the setting of the wireless LAN function, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 185: Display Contents When [action Mode] Is Set To [access Point]

    3.9.3 Display contents when [Action Mode] is set to [Access point] The following describes the setting of the wireless LAN function when [Action Mode] is set to [Access point]. ■1. Wireless LAN unit setting The following describes the setting items and the display contents of the wireless LAN setting. (1) Wireless LAN function Select whether to enable the wireless LAN function.
  • Page 186: Display Contents When [action Mode] Is Set To [station]

    (2) Changing the settings Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT to operate with the changed settings. To cancel the setting change and return to the utility main menu, touch the [Cancel] button. 3.9.4 Display contents when [Action Mode] is set to [Station] The following describes the setting of the wireless LAN function when [Action Mode] is set to [Station].
  • Page 187 ■2. Destination access point setting The following describes the display contents of [Conn. dest. AP setting]. (1) Connection destination access point setting Lists the ID numbers, names, and SSIDs of the destination access points that are set with GT Designer3. (2) Setting change Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT to operate with the changed settings.
  • Page 188: System Launcher

    System launcher setting You can enable or disable the online module change in the system launcher function. For the details of the system launcher function, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Item Description Setting range Effective/Invalid Online module change Enable or disable the online module change in the system launcher function.
  • Page 189: Setting Procedure For The System Launcher

    3.10.3 Setting procedure for the system launcher ■1. Online module change Step 1. Touch the setting item to change the selection. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change, touch the [Cancel] button to return to the [Ext. func. set] screen. 3 - 51 3.10 System Launcher...
  • Page 190: Iqss Utility

    You can set the drive for a data storage containing the profile data of iQSS-compatible equipment. For the details of the iQSS utility function, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 191: Setting Procedure For The Iqss Utility

    3.11.3 Setting procedure for the iQSS utility ■1. Data save location Step 1. Touch the setting item to change the selection. Step 2. Touch the [OK] button to restart the GOT and reflect the setting change. To cancel the setting change, touch the [Cancel] button to return to the [Ext. func. set] screen. 3 - 53 3.11 iQSS Utility...
  • Page 192: Andon Connection

    You can set the IP address of a client that connects to the GOT without the operator name and password-based authentication. (The authentication screen does not appear.) For the details of the ANDON connection, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 193: Display Operation Of The Andon Connection Setting

    3.12.2 Display operation of the ANDON connection setting Extended function setting Touch ANDON connection [ANDON connection]. 3 - 55 3.12 ANDON Connection...
  • Page 194: Setting Procedure For The Andon Connection

    3.12.3 Setting procedure for the ANDON connection ■1. Setting an IP address Step 1. Touch the down arrow of the [ANDON IP filter usage] list box, and select [Yes]. Step 2. Touch a start IP address entry box in the [Target IP address] column to display a software keyboard. Input a value with the keyboard.
  • Page 195: Precautions

    3.12.4 Precautions ■1. Setting of [ANDON IP filter usage] If you select [No] for [ANDON IP filter usage], any IP address can access the GOT without the operator name and password-based authentication. When you use the ANDON connection, make sure to select [Yes] to limit the IP addresses that can access the GOT without the operator name and password-based authentication.
  • Page 196 3 - 58 3.12 ANDON Connection...
  • Page 197: Maintenance

    4. MAINTENANCE The GOT can display the screen for maintenance. The following describes the functions available as the maintenance. Item Description Reference This function collects data about energization time, installed system application and others, and can display it in Batch self check View self check results menu.
  • Page 198: Batch Self Check

    Batch Self Check The Batch self check collects data about energization time, installed system application and others, and can display it in View self check results menu. 4.1.1 Batch self check When an export destination of the system status log is specified in the batch self check screen, the data can be logged. Item Description System status log,...
  • Page 199: Operation Of Batch Self Check

    4.1.3 Operation of batch self check ■1. Batch self check Step 1. Touch the selection of [Export system status log] to switch the set drive. Each touch changes the selection in the following order: [A drive] → [B drive] → [E drive] → [F drive] → [G drive] → [Not exported] → [A drive]. If you select drive A, insert an SD card into the drive.
  • Page 200 ■2. View self check results menu After completion of Batch self check, the following screen is displayed. Touch each item to display the details screen. Touch the [Stop] button to return to the Batch self check screen. Display example of details screen Touch the items to display the following screens.
  • Page 201: Usb Device Management

    USB Device Management 4.2.1 Function of the USB device management This function displays a list of the USB peripheral device connection status in the GOT. Also, this screen is used to remove the USB peripheral device from GOT. 4.2.2 Display operation of the USB device management Maintenance Touch [USB device management].
  • Page 202: Usb Device Status Display Operation

    4.2.3 USB device status display operation Step 1. When the USB peripheral device is installed to GOT, the screen shown below is displayed. Step 2. USB mass storage is displayed in Device, and [Stop] button is displayed in Attach. Step 3. When the [Stop] button is touched, the dialog box shown below is displayed.
  • Page 203: Screen Cleaning

    The touch operation is disabled on the dedicated screen, and therefore wiping the GOT display section with a cloth or others does not operate the GOT. For information on how to clean the GOT, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) 4.3.2 Display operation of the screen for cleaning Maintenance Touch [Screen cleaning].
  • Page 204: Operation Of Clean

    4.3.3 Operation of clean After cleaning the screen, touch the screen following the instruction displayed. After touching the screen, the screen returns to the Main Menu. The following screen is displayed. 4 - 8 4.3 Screen Cleaning...
  • Page 205: Touch Panel Calibration

    Touch Panel Calibration 4.4.1 Touch panel calibration setting Touch panel reading error can be corrected. Normally the adjustment is not required, however, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses. When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, correct the position with this function.
  • Page 206: Touch Panel Calibration Operation

    4.4.3 Touch panel calibration operation Touch the point displayed on the screen with the finger one by one to make the setting. Example) For GT25 Step 1. Touch the center of the displayed on the upper left precisely. Step 2. Touch the point displayed on the upper right.
  • Page 207 Step 4. Touch the point displayed on the lower right. Step 5. Touching the button displayed on the upper right returns to the previous screen. When the precise touch could not be made, touch the [Readjustment] button to make the setting from step1 again.
  • Page 208: System Alarm

    System Alarm 4.5.1 System alarm The system alarm function displays the error code and error message when an error occurs in the GOT, GOT Mobile function client, network, or controller. System alarms can be reset on the System alarm display screen. For the details of the system alarm, refer to the following.
  • Page 209: Operation Of System Alarm Display

    Error causes can be identified by the error code, error message and channel No. displayed on the System alarm screen. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) Step 2. A method for resetting system alarm depends on an error. • GOT error Touch the [Reset] button to reset system alarms.
  • Page 210: Drawing Check

    Drawing Check 4.6.1 Drawing check function The drawing check function carries out display checks as missing bit check, color check, basic figure display check, move check among screens. 4.6.2 Display operation of drawing check Maintenance Touch [Drawing check]. Drawing check POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 211: Drawing Check Operation

    4.6.3 Drawing check operation Touch [Drawing check] to display the drawing check screen. ■1. Before execute drawing check Touching the upper right part of the screen proceeds to the next check in each step during drawing check. Touching the upper left part of the screen returns to the [Display check] screen.
  • Page 212 (3) Move check among screens Pattern 1: Shape transformation, color check The drawn figures are displayed in order and at regular intervals. If the shape and color are displayed visually in order, it is normal. To Pattern 2 Pattern 1 Pattern 2: Shape transformation, color check The drawn figures are displayed in order and at regular intervals.
  • Page 213 Pattern 3: Shape transformation, color check The overlapped shapes of pattern 1 and pattern 2 are displayed. If the shape and color are displayed visually in order, it is normal. To Pattern 4 Pattern 4: Shape check The drawn figures are displayed in order and at regular intervals. If the shape and color are displayed visually in order, it is normal.
  • Page 214: Font Check

    Font Check 4.7.1 Font check function The font check is a function which confirms fonts installed in GOT. The character data of the font is displayed on the upper left part of the screen one by one. 4.7.2 Display operation of Font check Maintenance Touch [Font check].
  • Page 215: Font Check Operation

    4.7.3 Font check operation Touch [Font check] to start the font check. The character data of the built-in font (in the built-in flash memory) can be checked visually to confirm the font drawings by displaying the character data serially on the screen. ■1.
  • Page 216: Touch Panel Check

    Touch Panel Check 4.8.1 Touch panel check function Touch panel check is a function which checks whether there is no dead zone area in touch key minimum unit (16 dots × 16 dots). 4.8.2 Display operation of Touch panel check Maintenance Touch [Touch panel check].
  • Page 217: Touch Panel Check Operations

    4.8.3 Touch panel check operations Touch [Touch panel check] to display the screen filled with black. Step 1. Touch a part of the screen. The touched part becomes a yellow-filled display. Screen filled with black Yellow Step 2. To return to the previous screen, touch the upper right part of the screen..
  • Page 218: I/o Check

    I/O Check 4.9.1 I/O check function The I/O check is a function which checks whether GOT and PLC can communicate with each other. If I/O check ends normally, the communication interface and the connection cable hardwares are normal. To execute I/O check, the communication driver has to be installed in GOT in advance from GT Designer3 or GT Designer2. Note that the GOT restarts when this function is performed.
  • Page 219: Display Operation Of I/o Check

    4.9.2 Display operation of I/O Check Maintenance Touch [I/O check]. I/O check 4.9.3 I/O check operation ■1. Connecting target confirmation If touch [CPU] button, the connecting target confirmation communication check is carried out. Step 1. After the CPU communication starts normally, the dialog mentioned right notifying that it is on checking, until the connecting target confirmation communication ends normally.
  • Page 220 If the dialog mentioned right is displayed after selecting connecting target confirmation or during CPU communication check, confirm the following. • No misconnection with CPU ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used • No missettings of parameter ➠ 2.10.3 Controller contents •...
  • Page 221 GOT restarts in five seconds. When the dialog shown right appears, check the following. • Check if the hardware has no problems. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) 4 - 25 4.9 I/O Check...
  • Page 222: Ethernet Status Check

    4.10 Ethernet Status Check 4.10.1 Ethernet status check function Ethernet status check is a function that sends a ping to check the connection status with the equipment on the Ethernet. 4.10.2 Display operation of Ethernet status check Maintenance Touch [Ethernet status check]. Ethernet status check 4 - 26 4.10 Ethernet Status Check...
  • Page 223: Operation Of Ethernet Status Check

    4.10.3 Operation of Ethernet status check Step 1. If touch the select button of [IP address of the other terminal], a keyboard is displayed. Enter the IP address of the other terminal with the keyboard. <Default: 192.168.3.39> Step 2. If touch the [Ping transmission] button, a ping is sent to the IP address entered in [IP address of the other station].
  • Page 224: Got Information

    4.11 GOT Information 4.11.1 GOT information This function displays the following contents of the GOT information. • Serial number • MAC address of the Ethernet interface built in the GOT • MAC address of the Ethernet communication unit • Hardware version •...
  • Page 225: Display Of Got Information

    4.11.3 Display of GOT information Item Description Displays the serial number. MAC address Displays the MAC address of the Ethernet interface built in the GOT. Displays the MAC address of the Ethernet communication unit. MAC address (unit) Displays [-] when the Ethernet communication unit is not mounted. H/W version Displays the H/W version.
  • Page 226: Got Mobile Information

    4.12 GOT Mobile Information 4.12.1 GOT Mobile information This function displays the GOT Mobile function settings and the list of clients being connected to the GOT. For the GOT Mobile function settings, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 4.12.2 Display operation of the GOT Mobile information Maintenance...
  • Page 227: Displaying The Got Mobile Information

    4.12.3 Displaying the GOT Mobile information ■1. GOT Mobile information You can check the GOT Mobile function settings. Item Item Description [Simultaneous client Maximum number of clients connectable to the GOT simultaneously connection] [Port No.] Port number of the GOT to which clients are connected Time period until a client is automatically disconnected from the GOT if no operation is [Auto disconnection time] performed on the client...
  • Page 228 4 - 32 4.12 GOT Mobile Information...
  • Page 229: Monitor

    In this manual, the overview of the monitor screens and the operation procedure until displaying the screen are described. For display contents and operation procedure of monitor screens, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) 5.1.1 Function of monitor screens The following shows the functions that can be performed with the monitor screens.
  • Page 230: Display Operation Of Monitor Screens

    5.1.2 Display operation of monitor screens Monitor Touch the monitor function to be operated Displays the monitor function (in the case of device monitor) 5 - 2 5.1 Monitor Screens...
  • Page 231: Data Control

    6. DATA CONTROL A system application, project data (screen data), or alarm data which is written in the GOT or data storage can be displayed, and the data can be transferred between the GOT and data storage. The format of the data storage is also possible. Data Type and Storage Location ■1.
  • Page 232 ■2. At maintenance Resource data Upload C drive (Built-in flash memory) Alarm Recipe Copy Logging GT Designer3 Alarm Operation log Hard copy Hard copy Copy files on A drive E drive Windows (Standard SD card), (USB drive) B drive Alarm (Extended memory card) Recipe Logging...
  • Page 233: Os Version Confirmation

    ■3. OS version confirmation Confirm the system application version carefully when installing the BootOS and basic system application. When the system application is installed, the GOT checks and compares the system application version automatically. (1) When install BootOS When the BootOS to be installed has the older major version, GOT displays the installation disapproving message to cancel the installation so that the older version may not be written.
  • Page 234: Alarm Information

    Alarm Information 6.2.1 Function of alarm information This function displays the alarm log file stored in each drive (A: Standard SD card, B: USB drive, E: USB drive, F: USB drive, G: USB drive). The functions below can be carried out for files. The USB drive only stores log files, and cannot be displayed.
  • Page 235: The Display Example Of Alarm Information

    6.2.3 The display example of alarm information (3) (4) (10) (11) Number Item Description The drive which displays file or folder can be selected. When an SD card or USB memory is not installed, the following drives are not displayed. Select drive •...
  • Page 236: Alarm Information Operation

    6.2.4 Alarm information operation ■1. The display operation of alarm information Step 1. If touch a drive of [Select drive], the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 237 ■2. G2A → CSV conversion operation, G2A → TXT conversion operation The selected G2A file is converted to a CSV file or TXT file. Step 1. Touch the check box of the G2A file which is to be converted to a CSV file or TXT file to select the file. Step 2.
  • Page 238 ■3. Deletion operation Deletes the selected file. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to delete to select the file. Step 2. If touch the [Del] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If touch the [OK] button, the file is deleted. If touch the [Cancel] button, the deletion is canceled.
  • Page 239 Step 4. If touch the [Exec] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. Step 5. Touch the [OK] button. If there is a file of the same name in the copy destination folder, the following dialog is displayed without starting the copy.
  • Page 240: Image File Management

    Image File Management 6.3.1 Function of image file management Deletes, copies, moves, and rename the file created by the hard copy function and creates a new folder for such a file. For details of the hard copy function, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 241: Display Example Of Image File Management

    6.3.3 Display example of image file management (3) (4) (10) (11) Number Item Description The drive which displays file or folder can be selected. When an SD card or USB memory is not installed, the following drives are not displayed. Select drive •...
  • Page 242: Operation Of Image File Management

    6.3.4 Operation of image file management ■1. Display operation of image file management Step 1. If touch a drive of [Select drive], the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 243 ■2. Deletion operation Deletes the selected file. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to delete to select the file. Step 2. If touch the [Del] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If touch the [OK] button, the file is deleted. If touch the [Cancel] button, the deletion is canceled.
  • Page 244 ■3. Copy operation Copies the selected file. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to copy to select the file. Step 2. If touch the [Copy] button, the message [Please select a destination.] is displayed in the left bottom of the screen.
  • Page 245 Step 6. When the copy is completed, the dialog box of completion is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. ■4. Rename operation Rename the selected file. Step 1. Select the check box of the file to be renamed by touching. Step 2.
  • Page 246 Step 3. Touch the [Enter] button, and then the dialog box shown below is displayed. Step 4. Touch the [OK] button, and then renaming the file is started. Step 5. When renaming the file is completed, a completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 247: Recipe Information

    Recipe Information POINT POINT POINT Before using recipe information For writing/reading into/from a controller with this function or editing of recipe files on the personal computer, refer to the following. Specifications and operating procedure are described. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 6.4.1 Function of recipe information The recipe file used in the recipe function can be copied, deleted, and output in a file.
  • Page 248 ■2. Recipe operation window This window is a dedicated window for operating recipe files. The following table shows the functions of the recipe operation window. Function Description Reference 6.4.4 Recipe information operation ■ 4. Displays the recipe operation screen. Recipe file manipulation (1) Recipe operation 6.4.4 Recipe information operation ■...
  • Page 249: Display Operation Of Recipe Information

    6.4.2 Display operation of recipe information Data management Touch [Recipe information]. Recipe information Operate the recipe file. 6 - 19 6.4 Recipe Information...
  • Page 250: Example Of Advanced Recipe Information Display

    6.4.3 Example of advanced recipe information display (3) (4) (10) (11) Number Item Description Select drive The target drive can be selected. (Even if an SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Check box If the check box is selected, up to 512 files can be selected. Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder.
  • Page 251: Recipe Information Operation

    6.4.4 Recipe information operation ■1. Display operation of recipe information Step 1. If touch a drive of [Select drive], the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 252 ■2. G2P → CSV conversion operation, G2P → TXT conversion operation A recipe file (G2P file) is converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on a personal computer. The conversion source file remains intact. Step 1.
  • Page 253 Step 5. When the file, whose name is the same, exists in the destination folder, the dialog box showed below appears without starting the conversion. To overwrite the file, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the conversion, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 6.
  • Page 254 ■3. CSV/TXT → G2P conversion operation A CSV file or Unicode text file is converted to a recipe file (G2P file). The conversion source file remains intact. Step 1. To select the file, touch the check box of a CSV file or Unicode text file to be converted to a G2P file. Step 2.
  • Page 255 Step 5. When the file, whose name is the same, exists in the destination folder, the dialog box showed below appears without starting the conversion. To overwrite the file, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the conversion, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 6.
  • Page 256 ■4. Recipe file manipulation Select a recipe file on the recipe file list screen to perform various operations. Step 1. Touch [DRV] on the recipe file list screen to display the drive selection screen. Select a drive. Operation switch File display area Step 2.
  • Page 257 (1) Recipe operation To display the recipe operation screen, select a recipe file (G2P file) and touch the [Recipe operation] button. Step 1. To scroll the file display area up or down one row, touch the button of the scroll bar. Step 2.
  • Page 258 Step 2. Touch the [Load recipe] button on the recipe operation screen to display the dialog shown below. Step 3. To write device values of the selected record into controllers, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the writing of the values, touch the [Cancel] button. Read recipe operation Step 1.
  • Page 259 Verify recipe operation Step 1. Select a record name in the file display area. Step 2. Touch the [Verify recipe] button on the recipe operation screen to display the dialog shown below. To verify the recipe file in the GOT against the one in the device, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the verification, touch the [Cancel] button.
  • Page 260 Step 2. Touch the [Update recipe] button on the recipe operation screen to display the record information screen. Step 3. Enter a record number in the record number input area. Touch the record number input area to display the input key window. Step 4.
  • Page 261 Step 7. Touch the [OK] button on the recipe file storage destination screen to display the file name screen. Enter a recipe file name in the input area. Step 8. Touch the recipe file name input area to display the input key window. Input a recipe file name.
  • Page 262 Step 12. When the reading of device values from controllers completes, the completion dialog appears. Touch the [OK] button to close the dialog. (2) Copy operation A recipe file is copied. Step 1. Select a file to copy on the recipe file list screen. Step 2.
  • Page 263 Step 4. If the copy destination folder has a file of the same name, the screen shown below appears without starting the copy. To overwrite the file of the same name, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the copy, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 5.
  • Page 264 (3) Create folder operation A new folder is created. Step 1. Touch the [New folder] button on the recipe file list screen. Step 2. In the folder name screen, create a new folder. Touch the new folder name input area to display the input key window. Enter the name of a folder to be created.
  • Page 265 (4) Create recipe operation A new recipe file is created. Step 1. Touch the [New recipe] button on the recipe file list screen. Step 2. The new recipe screen is displayed. Step 3. Touch the [Generate file] button on the new recipe screen to display the recipe file storage destination screen.
  • Page 266 Step 4. Touch the [OK] button on the recipe file storage destination screen to display the file name screen. Step 5. Touch the recipe file name input area to display the input key window. Input a recipe file name. To change the character type, touch any of the following buttons. [A-Z]: Uppercase alphabet [a-z]: Lowercase alphabet [@]: Symbols...
  • Page 267 Step 9. Touch the [OK] button to display the recipe operation screen shown below. Touch an operation switch to perform the corresponding operation as shown below. For the operation of the operation switches, refer to the following. Save recipe ➠ (1) Recipe operation (b) Read recipe operation Update recipe ➠...
  • Page 268 (5) Convert operation A G2P recipe file is converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file. Or, a CSV file or Unicode text file is converted to a G2P recipe file. The conversion source file remains intact. Step 1. Select a file to be converted on the recipe file list screen.
  • Page 269 Step 3. Touch the [OK] button on the conversion file type screen or the [Convert] button on the recipe file list screen to display the converted file storage destination screen. To return to the parent folder and display its information, touch a [. . ] folder. To create a new folder, touch the [New folder] button to display the folder name screen.
  • Page 270 (6) Rename operation A recipe file is renamed. Step 1. Select a file to rename on the recipe file list screen. Step 2. Touch the [Rename] button on the recipe file list screen to display the file name screen. Enter the file name to be renamed.
  • Page 271 (7) Delete operation A recipe file is deleted. Step 1. Touch a file to delete on the recipe file list screen. Step 2. Touch the [Delete] button on the recipe file list screen to display the dialog shown below. To delete the file, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the deletion, touch the [Cancel] button.
  • Page 272 ■5. Delete operation Folders and files to be used on recipe are deleted. Step 1. Touch the folder to delete or the check box of the file to delete to select the file. Step 2. If touch the [Del] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If touch the [OK] button, the file/folder is deleted.
  • Page 273 ■6. Copy operation Folders to be used in recipe are copied. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to copy to select the file. Step 2. Touch the [Copy] button. Step 3. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for outputting directly below the drive.) At this time, it cannot be copied into the same folder where the file exists.
  • Page 274 Step 5. If there is a file of the same name in the copy destination folder, the following dialog is displayed without starting the copy. If touch the [OK] button, overwrites the file. If touch the [Cancel] button, cancels to copy. Step 6.
  • Page 275 Step 3. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for moving directly below the drive.) Step 4. If touch the [Exec] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. Touch the [OK] button. (While executing, "Processing..." message appears on the screen.) Step 5.
  • Page 276 ■8. Rename operation File names to be used in recipe are changed. Step 1. Select the check box of the file to be renamed by touching. Step 2. Touch the [Rename] button, and then the screen shown below is displayed. Input the file name to be changed.
  • Page 277 Step 5. When renaming the file is completed, a completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. ■9. Folder create operation Folders to be used in recipe are created. Step 1. Touch the [Create Folder] button. Step 2.
  • Page 278 Step 4. If touch the [OK] button, starts creating folder. Step 5. When creating folder is completed, completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. 6 - 48 6.4 Recipe Information...
  • Page 279: Precautions

    6.4.5 Precautions ■1. When creating or deleting folders or files (1) Number of characters set for a folder or file name when creating a folder or file GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 280 ■2. Precautions for operation (1) Precautions during folder/file operation (Create/Delete/Copy/File output, etc) Even if the cover of the SD card interface is opened while the GOT is processing folders and files, the processing continues to be executed. (Example: Even if the cover of the SD card interface is opened while the GOT is creating a folder, the folder is created.) Therefore, do not pull out the SD card while the "Processing..."...
  • Page 281: Logging Information

    Logging Information 6.5.1 Function of logging information Logging files created with the logging function can be copied, deleted or renamed, etc. Without using a personal computer, you can manage logging files on the GOT. For details of the logging function, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 282: Display Operation Of Logging Information

    6.5.2 Display operation of logging information Data management Touch [Logging information]. Logging information Operate the logging file. 6 - 52 6.5 Logging Information...
  • Page 283: Example Of Logging Information Display

    6.5.3 Example of logging information display (3) (4) (10) (11) Numb Item Description Select drive The target drive can be selected. (Even if an SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Check box If the check box is selected, up to 512 files can be selected. Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder.
  • Page 284: Logging Information Operation

    6.5.4 Logging information operation ■1. Display operation of logging information Step 1. If touch a drive of [Select drive], the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 285 ■2. G2L → CSV conversion operation, G2L → TXT conversion operation A logging file (G2L file) is converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on a personal computer. Step 1. Touch the check box of a G2L file which is to be converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file to select the file. Step 2.
  • Page 286 Step 5. When the file, whose name is the same, exists in the destination folder, the dialog box showed below appears without starting the conversion. To overwrite the file, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the conversion, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 6.
  • Page 287 ■3. Deletion operation Folder and file to be used on logging are deleted. Step 1. Touch the folder to delete or the check box of the file to delete to select the file. Step 2. If touch the [Del] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If touch the [OK] button, the file/folder is deleted.
  • Page 288 Step 4. When it cannot be deleted, the dialog box showed below appears. (Only when deleting a folder is executed.) Verify that there is no file in the folder and execute the delete operation again. ➠ 6.5.5 Precautions ■4. Copy operation Folder to be used in logging is copied.
  • Page 289 Step 4. If touch the [Exec] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. Touch the [OK] button. (While executing, "Processing..." message appears on the screen.) Step 5. If there is a file of the same name in the copy destination folder, the following dialog is displayed without starting the copy.
  • Page 290 ■5. Move operation An operation log file is moved. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to be moved to select the file. Step 2. Touch the [Move] button. Step 3. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for moving directly below the drive.) Step 4.
  • Page 291 Step 5. When any file with the same name exists in the destination folder, the dialog box shown below appears without starting the movement. Touching the [OK] button overwrites the file. If touch the [Cancel] button, cancels moving. Step 6. When moving is completed, completion dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 292 ■6. Rename operation An operation log file is changed. Step 1. Select the check box of the file to be renamed by touching. Step 2. Touch the [Rename] button, and then the screen shown below is displayed. Input the file name to be changed.
  • Page 293 Step 5. When renaming the file is completed, a completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. ■7. Folder create operation An operation log folder is created. Step 1. Touch the [Create Folder] button. Step 2.
  • Page 294 Step 3. Touch the [Enter] button, and then the dialog box shown below is displayed. Step 4. If touch the [OK] button, starts creating folder. Step 5. When creating folder is completed, completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. 6 - 64 6.5 Logging Information...
  • Page 295: Precautions

    6.5.5 Precautions ■1. When creating or deleting folders or files (1) Number of characters set for a folder or file name when creating a folder or file GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 296: Operation Log Information

    Operation Log Information 6.6.1 Function of operation log information Operation log files created with the operation log function can be copied, deleted or renamed, etc. Without using a personal computer, you can manage operation log files on the GOT. For details of the operation log function, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 297: Display Operation Of Operation Log Information

    6.6.2 Display operation of operation log information Data management Touch [Operation log information]. Operation log information Operate the operation log file. POINT POINT POINT Default display drive when displaying the operation log information screen. When [Save to] of the [Environmental Setting] dialog is set in GT Designer3, the default display drive for displaying the operation log information screen is the drive set in GT Designer3.
  • Page 298: Example Of Operation Log Information Display

    6.6.3 Example of operation log information display (3) (4) (10) (11) Numb Item Description Select drive The target drive can be selected. (Even if an SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Check box If the check box is selected, up to 512 files can be selected. Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder.
  • Page 299: Operation Log Information Operation

    6.6.4 Operation log information operation ■1. Display operation of operation log information Step 1. If touch a drive of [Select drive], the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 300 ■2. G2O → CSV conversion operation, G2O → TXT conversion operation An operation log file (G2O file) is converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on a personal computer. Step 1. Touch the check box of a G2O file which is to be converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file to select the file. Step 2.
  • Page 301 Step 5. When the file, whose name is the same, exists in the destination folder, the dialog box showed below appears without starting the conversion. To overwrite the file, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the conversion, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 6.
  • Page 302 Step 2. If touch the [Del] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If touch the [OK] button, the file/folder is deleted. (While executing, "Processing..." message appears on the screen.) If touch the [Cancel] button, the deletion is canceled. Step 3.
  • Page 303 ■4. Copy operation An operation log file is copied. Step 1. Touch the check box of the file to copy to select the file. Step 2. Touch the [Copy] button. Step 3. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for outputting directly below the drive.) At this time, it cannot be copied into the same folder where the file exists.
  • Page 304 Step 5. If there is a file of the same name in the copy destination folder, the following dialog is displayed without starting the copy. If touch the [OK] button, overwrites the file. If touch the [Cancel] button, cancels to copy. Step 6.
  • Page 305 Step 3. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for moving directly below the drive.) Step 4. If touch the [Exec] button, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. Touch the [OK] button. (While executing, "Processing..." message appears on the screen.) Step 5.
  • Page 306 ■6. Rename operation An operation log file is changed. Step 1. Select the check box of the file to be renamed by touching. Step 2. Touch the [Rename] button, and then the screen shown below is displayed. Input the file name to be changed.
  • Page 307 Step 5. When renaming the file is completed, a completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. ■7. Folder create operation An operation log folder is created. Step 1. Touch the [Create Folder] button. Step 2.
  • Page 308 Step 3. Touch the [Enter] button, and then the dialog box shown below is displayed. Step 4. If touch the [OK] button, starts creating folder. Step 5. When creating folder is completed, completion dialog box is displayed. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. ■8.
  • Page 309 Step 2. Touching the [List] button displays the list. In the list, the following contents can be checked. Display items: Date Time Screen No. Operation type Value after change For operation of operating switches, refer to the following. • Date (ascending/descending) ➠...
  • Page 310 (1) Display order switching operation Step 1. Touch [Date (ascending)]/[Date (descending)] in the list to switch the display order of operation logs. [Date (ascending)] and [Date (descending)] are switched every time the button is touched. The buttons show the current display order. •...
  • Page 311 (3) Search operation Step 1. Touching [Search] in the list enables searching of a log using the following items. Item: Date Time Step 2. Input the date or time to be searched. Step 3. Touch the [Enter] button, and then the dialog box shown below is displayed. Touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 312 Step 4. The results found are displayed and the dialog box shown below is displayed. To continue a search, touch the [OK] button. To stop a search, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 5. When searching is completed, a completion message is displayed in the dialog box. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 313 Step 2. In the list, the following contents can be checked. Display items: Date Time Screen No. Operation type Value after change For operation of operating switches, refer to the following. • Date (ascending/descending) ➠ (1) Display order switching operation •...
  • Page 314: Precautions

    6.6.5 Precautions ■1. When creating or deleting folders or files (1) Number of characters set for a folder or file name when creating a folder or file GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 315: File Manager

    File Manager You can manipulate or sort the folders and files stored in each drive of the GOT. Function Description Reference Displays the type, name, size, and updated date and time of each 6.7.2 Display operation of the folder or file. file manager screen Folder and file list The folders and files can be sorted in ascending or descending...
  • Page 316: Display Operation Of The File Manager Screen

    6.7.2 Display operation of the file manager screen Data management Touch [File manager]. File manager Manipulate a file or folder. 6 - 86 6.7 File Manager...
  • Page 317: Display Example Of The File Manager Screen

    6.7.3 Display example of the file manager screen Number Item Description [DRV] button Displays the [Select drive] screen to select a target drive. Displays the path to the drive or folder that stores the currently listed folders or files. Drive and folder path If the number of characters in the path exceeds the limit, only the characters within the limit are display displayed.
  • Page 318: Operations On The File Manager Screen

    6.7.4 Operations on the file manager screen ■1. Data display operation Step 1. Touch the [DRV] button to display the [Select drive] screen. Select a drive to list the data stored in the drive. File display area Step 2. Double-touch a folder name to list the data stored in the folder. Step 3.
  • Page 319 ■2. Sorting folders and files The folders and files can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The mark ▲ or ▼ is displayed in the header of the column by which the list is sorted. The following shows the applicable column headers. •...
  • Page 320 Step 2. Touch the [Copy] button to copy the selected folder or file, switching the display of the operation buttons and the drive information contents. Step 3. Touch a copy destination folder. You cannot paste the selected folder or file in the same folder. Select a different folder to store. Step 4.
  • Page 321 Step 7. If the copy destination folder has multiple folders or files with the same name, another confirmation dialog appears. To perform the same process for the rest of folders or files, touch the [YES] button. To display the overwrite confirmation dialog for the next folder or file, touch the [NO] button. Step 8.
  • Page 322 Step 2. Touch the [Move] button to move the selected folder or file, switching the display of the operation buttons and the drive information contents. Step 3. Touch a move destination folder. Step 4. Touch the [OK] button to display a confirmation dialog. Step 5.
  • Page 323 Step 7. If the move destination folder has multiple folders or files with the same name, another confirmation dialog appears. To perform the same process for the rest of folders or files, touch the [YES] button. To display the overwrite confirmation dialog for the next folder or file, touch the [NO] button. Step 8.
  • Page 324 ■5. New folder A folder is created. Step 1. Touch the [New folder] button to display the [Folder name] screen. Step 2. Touch the text box to display the key window. Step 3. Enter a folder name with the key window. To change the character type, touch any of the following buttons.
  • Page 325 ■6. Delete A selected folder or file is deleted. Step 1. Touch a checkbox to select a folder or file. Step 2. Touch the [Delete] button to display a confirmation dialog. Step 3. Touch the [OK] button to start the deletion. To cancel the deletion, touch the [Cancel] button.
  • Page 326 ■7. Rename A selected folder or file is renamed. Step 1. Touch a checkbox to select a folder or file. Step 2. Touch the [Rename] button to display the [Folder name] screen or the [File name] screen. Step 3. Touch the text box to display the key window. Step 4.
  • Page 327 Step 6. Touch the [OK] button to rename the folder or file. 6 - 97 6.7 File Manager...
  • Page 328: Precautions

    6.7.5 Precautions ■1. When creating or deleting folders or files (1) Number of characters in the folder or file name GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 329 (3) Copying or moving a folder When a folder is copied or moved to another folder with the same name, if the folders contain a file with the same name, the file in the destination folder is automatically replaced. (4) Changing a folder or file name You cannot change only the case of the characters in a folder or file name.
  • Page 330: Package Data Management

    Package Data Management 6.8.1 Function of package data management The package data held by each drive (A: Built-in SD card, B: USB drive, C: built-in flash memory, E: USB drive, F: USB drive, G: USB drive) is displayed. The following operations can be performed. Function Description Reference...
  • Page 331: Display Example Of Package Data Management

    6.8.3 Display example of package data management (2) (3) Numb Item Description The drive which displays file or folder can be selected. When an SD card is not installed, [A:Built-in SD card] is not displayed. Select drive When a USB memory is not installed, [B:USB drive], [E:USB drive], [F:USB drive], and [G:USB drive] are not displayed.
  • Page 332: Operation Of Package Data Management

    6.8.4 Operation of package data management ■1. Display operation of package data Step 1. If touch a drive in [Select drive], the information of the first folder of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If touch a folder name, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 333 Install the data storage to which package data to be installed is written to the GOT. For installation/removal procedure of data storages, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) Step 2. Touch [A:Built-in SD card] in the drive selection.
  • Page 334 Step 7. If the installation destination drive has package data with the same name, the dialog shown below appears. To delete the package data from the installation destination drive and then start the installation, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the installation, touch the [Cancel] button. Step 8.
  • Page 335: Upload Operation

    Install the data storage used as the uploading destination to the GOT. For installation/removal procedure of data storages, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) Step 2. Touch the upload source drive ([C:Flash Memory]) in [Select drive].
  • Page 336 ■4. Property operation The versions of system applications and communication drivers, and other information can be checked. Step 1. Open a target package folder in the [G2PACKAGE] folder. Step 2. Open one of the following folders. • [G2SYS] folder System applications (standard functions) and system applications (extended functions) are stored. •...
  • Page 337 Step 4. Check the properties. For the [G2SYS] folder, the properties of system applications are displayed. For the [G2COM] folder, the properties of communication drivers are displayed. • [File Name]: Displays the file names. • [Size]: Displays the file size. •...
  • Page 338 For the [G2SPC] folder, the project property and the special data are displayed. The project property includes the following information. • [Date]: Creation date of the project data • [Author]: Creator of the project data • [GT Designer3 Version]: Version of GT Designer3 (GOT2000) from which the project data is written Property displayed for the [G2SPC] folder ■5.
  • Page 339 ■6. Delete all labels operation All pieces of label name resolution information are deleted. For the details of the label name resolution information, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual Step 1. Touch the [Delete all labels] button to display the dialog shown below. Step 2.
  • Page 340: Precautions

    Step 2. To delete unused label name resolution information, touch the [OK] button. To cancel the deletion and close the dialog, touch the [Cancel] button. 6.8.5 Precautions ■1. Precautions for upload operations When the project in drive C is protected with a security key, uploading data from drive C to the other drives is not available.
  • Page 341: Backup/restore Function

    6.9.1 Backup/restore function Executing backups, executing restorations, and deleting backup data are possible. For the details of the backup/restoration function, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) 6.9.2 Display operation of backup/restoration Data management Touch [Backup restoration].
  • Page 342: Sram Management

    6.10 SRAM management 6.10.1 Function of SRAM management The SRAM user area usage can be confirmed, data in the SRAM user area can be backed up or restored, and the SRAM user area is initialiized. For the available functions in the SRAM user area, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 343: Display Example Of Sram Management

    6.10.3 Display example of SRAM management (11) (10) (13) (14) (12) Number Item Description Check box Touch the check box to select or clear the item. Displays the used functions in the order of the advanced system alarm, advanced user alarm, and logging Function name function.
  • Page 344: Sram Management Operation

    6.10.4 SRAM management operation ■1. Operation to initialize all or selected areas of the SRAM user area Step 1. Perform any of the following operations. •To initialize all areas of the SRAM user area, touch the [Initialize all] button. •To initialize selected areas of the SRAM user area, select the check box of the area to be initialized, and then touch the [Initialize selected area] button.
  • Page 345 ■2. Operation to restore data Step 1. To restore data in the SRAM user area to a drive Select the drive where the data is stored, and then touch the [Restoration] button. Step 2. The dialog box shown below appears. Check the description of the dialog box.
  • Page 346 ■3. Operation to back up all data in the SRAM user area Step 1. To back up data in the SRAM user area to a drive Select the drive where the data is stored, and then touch the [Backup all area] button. Step 2.
  • Page 347: Memory Card Format

    6.11 Memory Card Format The data storage is formatted. 6.11.1 Display operation of memory card format Data management Touch [Memory card format]. Memory card format 6 - 117 6.11 Memory Card Format...
  • Page 348: Operating The Memory Card Format

    Step 1. Install a data storage to the GOT. For installation/removal procedure of data storages, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) Step 2. Touch and select the drive to format by drive selection. Step 3. If touch the [Format] button, the password input screen is displayed.
  • Page 349 Step 7. When the formatting is completed, the completion dialog mentioned below is displayed. Step 8. To close the dialog box, touch the [OK] button. POINT POINT POINT Restrictions on formatting • When using an unformatted data storage in the GOT, format it by a personal computer. The GOT cannot format the unformatted data storage.
  • Page 350: Memory Check

    6.12 Memory Check 6.12.1 Memory check function Memory check function carries out the write/read check of drive A (Built-in SD card), drive B (USB drive), C (Built-in flash memory), drive E (USB drive), drive F (USB drive), and drive G (USB drive). Function Description A drive memory check...
  • Page 351: Memory Check Operation

    When the drive (memory) to check is not displayed, confirm the mounting procedure or memory type with reference to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) When no faults are found in mounting, etc, a memory failure may be arosen. Replace the data storage or built-in flash memory (C drive).
  • Page 352 POINT POINT POINT Password chang The password cannot be changed. When input password error, the cancel dialog box is displayed. If touch the [OK], returns to the Memory check screen. POINT POINT POINT When error is found in memory When error is found by memory check, the dialog box indicating the area in which the error occurred is displayed.
  • Page 353: Got Data Package Acquisition

    6.13 GOT Data Package Acquisition 6.13.1 GOT data package acquisition function The GOT data package acquisition function copies the following the system applications installed in the GOT and data in the GOT to a data storage. • System application(BootOS, basic system application, communication driver, and system application (Extended function)) •...
  • Page 354: Display Operation Of Got Data Package Acquisition

    6.13.3 Display example of GOT data package acquisition Number Item Description Displays the drive where OS and data can be copied. When an SD card is not installed, [A: Built-in SD card] is not displayed. Select drive When a USB memory is installed, the recognized USB drive is displayed. When a USB memory is not installed, no USB drive is recognized and displayed.
  • Page 355 Step 2. The display depends on the status of copy destination and setup. Operate following the displayed dialog box. (Example: Dialog box after touching the [Copy] button) Step 3. After copying the system application and data, the dialog box for notifying the completion appears. Touching the [OK] button closes the dialog box.
  • Page 356 6 - 126 6.13 GOT Data Package Acquisition...
  • Page 357: Installation Of Bootos And Basic System Application

    7. INSTALLATION OF BOOTOS AND BASIC SYSTEM APPLICATION To execute the GOT utility, install the BootOS and system applications on the C drive (built-in flash memory) of the GOT, or set the boot drive of the system application to [A: Built-in SD card] and insert an SD card with system applications into the GOT.
  • Page 358: Bootos And Basic System Application To Be Installed

    BootOS and Basic System Application to be Installed Under-mentioned BootOS and basic system application are necessary to execute utility. System application name Function overview Required for the control of GOT and the communication between PC and GOT. Installed at factory shipment. BootOS (BootOS can be installed from GT Designer3, or the SD card.
  • Page 359: Prior Preparations For Installing Bootos And System Application

    Prior Preparations for Installing BootOS and System Application For the installation using GOT, the data storage that is storing BootOS or the system application is required. There are the following three methods for the installation of BootOS and system application. ■1.
  • Page 360: Bootos And System Application Installation Using Data Storage

    BootOS and System Application Installation Using Data Storage There are the following two types for the installation of BootOS and system applications using a data storage. ■1. Installing when starting the GOT ➠ 7.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT All the system applications and project data stored in the data storage are transferred to the GOT when powering on the GOT.
  • Page 361 7.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT The displayed message is different depending on the installation condition of the basic system application in the GOT. When the screen requesting operation is displayed, operate the GOT according to the instructions on the screen. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 362 Step 5. The GOT restarts automatically after the installation is completed. (When the system application is already installed, the GOT restarts by touching the button) Reboot. Step 6. After confirming normal restart, confirm that the SD card access LED is not lit, and remove the SD card from the SD card interface of the GOT.
  • Page 363: Installing Using The Data Control Function (utility)

    7.3.2 Installing using the data control function (Utility) For details of data control function, refer to the following. ➠ 6. DATA CONTROL POINT POINT POINT Precautions on executing data control function When execute data control function, system application has to be installed in GOT in advance. Thus, this function cannot be used for the initial installation of BootOS, system application after purchasing GOT.
  • Page 364 (2) When installing with USB memory Step 1. Install the USB memory where the BootOS, system application or project data is stored in the USB interface of the GOT. Step 2. Display the data control function screen (Utility) on the GOT, and install basic system application from the USB drive to GOT.
  • Page 365: When Installing The Different Version Of Bootos, Basic System Application

    When Installing the Different Version of BootOS, Basic System Application ■1. BootOS installation When installing BootOS, GOT compares the version of the BootOS to be installed with the version of BootOS which is already installed. If the major version of BootOS to be installed is old, execute the following operations to prevent it from being rewritten. (When installing from GT Designer3, a message is displayed on the personal computer screen.
  • Page 366 (3) When the version is the same or newer regardless of the data stored in the data storage (conditions (1) and (2) above) The version information and a dialog for selecting whether or not to continue installation are displayed. <GOT screen when BootOS is installed from the data storage.> Touching the button executes installation.
  • Page 367: System Alarm Display And List

    8. SYSTEM ALARM DISPLAY AND LIST This chapter describes the system alarms displayed on the GOT. Display on the GOT The following shows the displayed contents and checking method of the system alarm on the GOT. ■1. Display contents of the system alarm The display contents differ according to the error source.
  • Page 368: Error Codes And System Alarm List

    Network error (in the network unit that is mounted on the GOT) Mitsubishi controller error Non-Mitsubishi controller, microcomputer, or MODBUS error (2) Manufacturer code Manufacturer code Description Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Computer, MODBUS OMRON KEYENCE 8 - 2 8.2 Error Codes and System Alarm List...
  • Page 369 Manufacturer code Description FUJI ELECTRIC (PLC) FUJI ELECTRIC (Temperature controller) YASKAWA YOKOGAWA PANASONIC, PANASONIC IDS TOSHIBA TOSHIBA MACHINE HITACHI IES HITACHI KOYO EI SHARP JTEKT SHINKO CHINO AZBIL ALLEN-BRADLEY GE IP LS IS SICK SIEMENS (3) Classification code The details of the classification code differ according to the identification code and manufacturer code. Identification code Manufacturer code Classification code...
  • Page 370 Identification code Manufacturer code Classification code Description [CC-Link Ver.2(ID)] [BuS(A/QnA)] [MELSEROV-J4,J3,J2S/M,JE] [FREQROL 500/700/800,SENSORLESS SERVO] [FREQROL 800] [OMRON SYSMAC] [Ethernet(OMRON),Gateway] [KEYENCE KV-700/1000] [Ethernet(KEYENCE),Gateway] [FUJI MICREX-F] [YASKAWA GL] [YASKAWA MP2000/MP900/CP9200SH] [YASKAWA CP9200(H)] [YASKAWA CP9300MS(MC compatible)] [Ethernet(YASKAWA),Gateway] [Ethernet(YASKAWA MP3000), Gateway] [YOKOGAWA FA500/FA-M3/STARDOM] [Ethernet(YOKOGAWA),Gateway] [Panasonic MEWNET-FP] [TOSHIBA PROSEC T/V] [Ethernet(TOSHIBA nv), Gateway]...
  • Page 371 Identification code Manufacturer code Classification code Description [RKC SR Mini HG(MODBUS)] [IAI ROBO CYLINDER] [IAI X-SEL] [Panasonic MINAS-A4] [Panasonic MINAS-A5] [MODBUS/RTU] [Computer] [PROFIBUS DP] [DeviceNet] [MODBUS/TCP,Gateway] [Computer] [Ethernet(SLMP), Gateway] ■3. System alarm list The system alarm detected with GOT is shown below. Error Channel Error message...
  • Page 372 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage Data of an object, to which [Collect data only when trigger conditions are satisfied] is set, are collected too frequently, or the number of objects has exceeded the number of objects collectable simultaneously. Too high frequency of data collection.
  • Page 373 Refer to the following manual to identify the channel No. in error. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for GT Works3 and a controller used Communication timeout. Confirm (1.6 Checking for Normal Monitoring) communication pathway or modules.
  • Page 374 Refer to the following manual to identify the channel No. in error. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for GT Works3 and a controller used (1.6 Checking for Normal Monitoring) Response does not match • Resolve crosstalk on the line.
  • Page 375 GOT hardware version not supported For how to check the hardware version, refer to the following. by wireless LAN connection ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) The label information has been The label name resolution will be executed automatically. updated.
  • Page 376 Communication error occurred After that, reset the GOT power supply. between option units and the GOT. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) No routing params. Communication Set routing parameters. not established with specified sta. No IP address info. (Ethernet table) Set the network information about the destination for [Ethernet setting].
  • Page 377 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage The dedicated GS is notifying that the backlight power on addition time has reached the set time or more. Warning! Backlight needs Please consult your local Mitsubishi service center or representative. replacement. The GOT can be restored by executing the addition times reset function.
  • Page 378 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage Cannot generate recipe file. Confirm the following and execute recipe processing again. Cannot generate Advanced recipe • Confirm whether the SD card or USB memory is installed. file. • Close the SD card cover to make the SD card accessable. •...
  • Page 379 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage Sound output unit error Check if the sound output unit is correctly installed. The error may be caused by a failure in the GOT. USB device I/F error Contact your local Mitsubishi representative. Multimedia processing unit is not Multimedia unit is installed incorrectly.
  • Page 380 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage The operator management Prepare a normal operator management information file and import it ,or store the information file is invalid. operator management information file in a specified location. Cannot access the operator Check if the destination drive that stores the specified operator management management information file.
  • Page 381 Error Channel Error message Action code No. storage The error is automatically corrected. Recoverable fault(s) If the module status LED indicator does not turn green, the controller may have a failure. When an error occurs, "FFH" is stored to the channel No. 8 - 15 8.2 Error Codes and System Alarm List...
  • Page 382 8 - 16 8.2 Error Codes and System Alarm List...
  • Page 383 PART 2 UTILITY FOR GT21 PART 2 UTILITY FUNCTION ......9 - 1 10.
  • Page 385: Utility Function

    9. UTILITY FUNCTION Utility is a function, which carries out connection of GOT and controller, screen display and operation method settings, program/data control and self-check etc. Utility Execution For utility execution, utility has to be displayed by installing BootOS and package data in the C drive (built in flash memory). (BootOS is installed in the GOT at factory shipment.
  • Page 386: Utility Function List

    Utility Function List The items in the following list can be set/operated on the utility screens. Item Function overview Reference Language Switching message languages ➠ Assigning channel number and communication driver to standard I/F setting ➠ 11.1 communication interface Configuring GOT Ethernet setting ➠...
  • Page 387 Item Function overview Reference OS information OS information ➠ 15.2 Alarm Deleting or copying alarm log files ➠ 15.3.1 Information Converting alarm log files in G2A format → CSV/TXT format Converting recipe files in G2P format → CSV/TXT format Recipe Converting CSV/TXT format →...
  • Page 388: Utility Display

    Utility Display To display setting screens for each utility, the main menu has to be displayed first. (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) ■1. Main menu The menu items that can be set at the GOT utility are displayed. Touching a menu item in the main menu will display the setting screen or following selection screen for the item.
  • Page 389 POINT POINT POINT (1) When starting the GOT without selecting any language or the selected language and the installed fonts are not matched The following screen will be displayed. Touching the button of a desired language restarts the GOT and the language is switched to the selected one.
  • Page 390: Display Operation Of Main Menu

    9.3.1 Display operation of main menu The following four types of operation can display the main menu. (Display the main menu after installing the package data from GT Designer3 to the GOT built in flash memory.) ■1. When project data is undownloaded After the GOT is turned on, a dialog box for notifying of absence of project data is displayed.
  • Page 391 ■3. When touching special function switch (utility) If you touch the special function switch (utility) while user-created screen is displayed, the main menu is displayed. The special function switch (utility) can be set as a touch switch that is displayed on a user-created screen by GT Designer3.
  • Page 392: Utility Basic Configuration

    9.3.2 Utility basic configuration The basic configuration of utility is as follows. Title display Close/Return button Scroll button Screen ■1. Title display The screen title name is displayed in title display part. Title display Title display ■2. Close/Return button When a middle screen of the layers is displayed, if the (Close/return) button in the right corner of screen is touched, returns to the previous screen.
  • Page 393: Basic Operation Of Settings Change

    9.3.3 Basic operation of settings change ■1. Change of setting value Setting item Select button Setting item Select button (1) Setting item, select button Touch the select button to change the settings. The setting methods differ depending on the setting items. The following types of setting method are available.
  • Page 394 ■2. Keyboard operations Step 1. Touch the numerical value to be changed. Step 2. The keyboard for entering numerical values and a cursor are displayed. The display position of the keyboard differs depending on the position of the touched numerical value. (The keyboard is displayed at a position that does not disturb users to input numerical values.) Cursor Keyboard...
  • Page 395: Language Setting (language)

    10. LANGUAGE SETTING (LANGUAGE) 10.1 Display Language Setting 10.1.1 Display language setting function This function allows display language selection. The items which can be set are shown below. Item Description Setting range Display language in which the utility functions and Language dialog windows are displayed can be selected or Japanese/English/Chinese...
  • Page 396 POINT POINT POINT (1) Switching the display language of the utility by devices Any device can be used for switching the display language of the utility. For details, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help When using devices to switch the display language of the utility, it does not change even if the display language is switched from the GOT utility screen.
  • Page 397: Communication Interface Setting (communication Setting)

    11. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) The following communication interface setting can be configured. Item Function overview Reference Assigning channel number and communication driver to Standard I/F ➠ 11.1 communication interface Configuring GOT Ethernet setting ➠ GOT IP Address 11.2 Displaying the contents of Ethernet setting, changing the host ➠...
  • Page 398: Standard I/f Display Operation

    11.1.2 Standard I/F display operation Main menu Communication settings Touch Touch [Comm.Settings]. [Standard I/F]. Standard I/F (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) 11 - 2 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 399: Display Contents Of Standard I/f

    11.1.3 Display contents of standard I/F Described below are the display items on the standard I/F menu and their functions. ■1. Display item Standard interface display BOX Drv button Channel No. specification menu BOX Driver display BOX 11 - 3 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 400 (1) Standard interface display BOX The standard interface includes the following four types. Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485, RS-232 or RS-422): For communication with PLC, microcomputer and other equipment Standard I/F-2(RS-232): For communication with other equipment, bar code reader, RFID and transparent Standard I/F-3(USB): For communication with PC (drawing software) and transparent Standard I/F-4(Ethermet): For communication with PC (drawing software) and other equipment Available standard interfaces differ depending on the GOT model used.
  • Page 401 For GT2105-QTBDS, GT2105-QMBDS [GOT front] [GOT back] USB I/F(Standard I/F) RS-422/485 I/F(Standard I/F) RS-232 I/F(Standard I/F) For GT2104-RTBD Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-4(Ethernet) Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485) Standard I/F-2(RS-232) For GT2104-PMBD Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485) Standard I/F-4(Ethernet) 11 - 5 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 402 For GT2104-PMBDS Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485) Standard I/F-2(RS-232) For GT2104-PMBDS2 Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-232) Standard I/F-2(RS-232) For GT2104-PMBLS Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422) 11 - 6 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 403 For GT2103-PMBD Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485) Standard I/F-4(Ethernet) For GT2103-PMBDS Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422/485) Standard I/F-2(RS-232) For GT2103-PMBDS2 Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-232) Standard I/F-2(RS-232) 11 - 7 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 404 For GT2103-PMBLS Standard I/F-3(USB) Standard I/F-1(RS-422) 11 - 8 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 405 (2) Channel No. specification menu BOX Set a channel number to be used by the standard interface. ➠ 11.1.5 Channel setting operation For the detail of the drivers which can be assigned to each channel, refer to the following. ➠ (3) Driver display BOX Set when the communication interface is not used.
  • Page 406: Detail Information Setting Operation

    11.1.4 Detail information setting operation ■1. For Standard I/F-1(RS422) and Standard I/F-2(RS232) Step 1. Touch each driver display box of the standard I/F-1 and standard I/F-2. Touch the driver display BOX. Step 2. The screen jumps to the detailed information screen and the communication parameter will appear. (For GT2104-P and GT2103-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) 11 - 10...
  • Page 407 Step 3. Touch the numerical values of baud rate to switch them repeatedly. Example: 4800 bps 9600 bps 19200 bps The numerical values are set using the ten-key depending on the setting. "0" to "9": Use these keys to enter numerical values. Enter "0" to disable the screen saver function. "ESC": Closes the ten-key window without saving any value entered "AC":...
  • Page 408 ■2. For Standard I/F-4(Ethernet) Step 1. Touch the driver display box of a communication parameter to be set. Step 2. The screen is switched to the communication detail setting. Set the communication parameter on this screen. GOT IP address setting ➠...
  • Page 409 Step 5. Touch the [YES] button to save the settings and restart. Touch the [NO] button to discard the changes. POINT POINT POINT Communication parameter setting by drawing software Set the communication parameter for each communication driver by selecting [Common] → [Controller Setting].
  • Page 410: Channel Setting Operation

    11.1.5 Channel setting operation ■1. Channel number setting operation Step 1. Touch the channel No. specification menu box to be set. Touch Step 2. When the channel setting window appears, select the channel number. Touch Step 3. When the channel number is selected, the settings are fixed and the window returns to the previous one. Therefore, touch the button.
  • Page 411 Step 5. Touch the [YES] button to save the settings and restart. Touch the [NO] button to discard the changes. 11 - 15 11.1 Standard I/F...
  • Page 412: Driver Setting Operation

    11.1.6 Driver setting operation ■1. Driver setting operation Step 1. Touch [Drv] button to bring up the driver setting window. Touch Drv. Step 2. The available driver names are displayed on the driver setting screen. Select the driver to use. Touch Step 3.
  • Page 413: Got Ip Address Setting (ethernet Models Only)

    11.2 GOT IP Address Setting (Ethernet models only) This section describes the GOT Ethernet setting. The GOT Ethernet setting can also be set with drawing software. For details, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help 11.2.1 Standard The table below shows the communication setting items and setting range. Communication setting items Setting range Remark...
  • Page 414: Setting Operation

    11.2.3 Setting operation Step 1. Touch the numerical part of the octet to be changed among the 1st to 4th octets. (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Touch the numerical part of the octet to be changed. (For GT2107-W, GT2104-R) Step 2. Enter When the ten-key pad appears, enter a numerical value in up to 3 digits, and touch the key.
  • Page 415 (For GT2107-W, GT2104-R) Step 4. If necessary, change the setting of [Per. S/W port No.] and [Transparent port No.]. Step 5. After the setting change, touch the [×] key. Touch Step 6. When the screen shown below appears, touch the [YES] key. Touch YES.
  • Page 416: Ethernet Communication (ethernet Models Only)

    The contents of the Ethernet set in GT Designer3 can be checked. The setting of the host station can be changed. For the Ethernet setting, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used 11.3.2 Display operation of Ethernet communication Main menu Comm.
  • Page 417: Display Contents Of Ethernet Setting

    11.3.3 Display contents of Ethernet setting The following describes the setting items and the display contents of the Ethernet setting. (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W, GT2104-R) 1) Channel select tab Channels can be switched. Switching to the channel which does not have the Ethernet setting is not available. 2) Ethernet setting items The contents of the Ethernet setting configured in GT Designer3 are displayed.
  • Page 418 ■1. Change of host Step 1. Touch the device to be set as the host. Step 2. After the setting change, touch the [×] key. When the screen shown below appears, touch the [YES] key. Touch YES. ■2. Change of Net No. Step 1.
  • Page 419 ■3. Change of station No. Step 1. Touch the station No. to be changed, and input the station No. of the destination Ethernet module to be changed by the numeric keypad displayed. Step 2. After the setting change, touch the [×] key. When the screen shown below appears, touch the [YES] key. Touch YES.
  • Page 420: Communication Monitor

    11.4 Communication Monitor 11.4.1 Communication monitor functions Function Description Communication port-selection status display Indicates the connection status of Standard I/F-1, I/F-2, I/F-3 and I/F-4. Communication status display Displays the communication status (SD: send, RD: receive) Communication error status display Displays an error message when a communication error occurs 11.4.2 Communication monitor display operation Main menu...
  • Page 421: Screen Display Content

    11.4.3 Screen display content 1) Connection status of the communication ports Indicates the connection status of Standard I/F-1 and I/F-2. Listed in the table below are display items and the connection status (channel number). Display item Channel number Remark "PLC" appears when connected to a controller (PLC or microcomputer) "BCR"...
  • Page 422 3) Communication error status Communication error status of each port is displayed on this screen. The following table describes the communication status that each display item shows. Display item Status Action NO ERROR No error Communication is executed normally. The receive data is sent continuously with a short interval. ERR Ovr.
  • Page 423: Ethernet Check (ethernet Models Only)

    11.5 Ethernet Check (Ethernet models only) ■1. Ethernet check function The Ethernet status check function sends a ping to check the connection status of Ethernet. ■2. Display operation of Ethernet check Main menu Communication settings Touch [Comm. Settings]. Touch [Ethernet check]. Ethernet Check Refer to the following for display operation of main menu.
  • Page 424 ■3. Operation of Ethernet status check Step 1. If the select button of [Destination IP] is touched, a keyboard is displayed. Enter the IP address of the other terminal with the keyboard. <Default: 192.168.3.39> Step 2. If the [Send ping] button is touched, a ping is sent to the IP address entered in [Destination IP]. The timeout time is 5sec.
  • Page 425: Setting The Transparent Mode

    When using the multi-channel function, the channel No. of a controller to which the FA transparent function is executed can be set. For the multi-channel function and the FA transparent function, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 Function Description Setting range ChNo.
  • Page 426: Keyword

    11.7 Keyword 11.7.1 Keyword functions The operation related to a keyword of the FX series PLC can be performed. Function Description Regist Keyword is registered. Delete Registered keyword is deleted. Clear Keyword protection is cleared. Protect A keyword with cleared protection is reactivated for protection. 11.7.2 Keyword display operation Main menu...
  • Page 427: Regist

    11.7.3 Regist Keyword is registered. Step 1. Touch "Regist" to display the selection screen for the registration. For the FX series PLC, which is not compatible with Customer Keyword, the keyword entry screen of [Step3] is displayed. Start the operation from [Step3]. For the Customer Keyword compatible models, refer to the manual of the PLC to be used.
  • Page 428 Step 5. After completing the keyword entry, touch [Next]. When [Keyword+Custom] is selected on the selection screen for the registration, the Customer Keyword entry screen is displayed. Enter it in the same way as for Keyword and 2nd keyword. Touch Step 6.
  • Page 429 POINT POINT POINT (1) Selection availability of Registration conciliation The following table lists the PLCs that can select Registration conciliation. Setting Target PLC When keyword and 2nd keyword When only keyword is are registered registered FX PLC compatible with 2nd Registration options can be keyword...
  • Page 430: Delete

    11.7.4 Delete Registered keyword is deleted. Step 1. Touch [Delete] to display the keyword entry screen. Touch Step 2. Input a keyword. Touch the display part of the registered keyword. Touch Target PLC Setting FX PLC compatible Input a keyword to be deleted. with 2nd keyword FX PLC not Input a keyword to be deleted only into...
  • Page 431 Step 5. Touch the [Execute] key. Touch Step 6. The keyword is deleted. Touch [OK]. Touch 11 - 35 11.7 Keyword...
  • Page 432: Clear

    11.7.5 Clear To access an FX PLC where a keyword has been registered, keyword protection is cancelled. Step 1. Touch [Clear] to display the keyword entry screen. Touch Step 2. Input a keyword. Touch the display part of the registered keyword. Touch Target PLC Setting...
  • Page 433 Step 5. Touch the [Execute] key. Touch Step 6. The protection is cleared. Touch [OK]. Touch 11 - 37 11.7 Keyword...
  • Page 434: Protect

    11.7.6 Protect A keyword with cleared protection is reactivated for protection. Keyword protection function is valid when the 2nd keyword is registered. Step 1. Touch [Protect] to switch to the keyword protection status. Touch Step 2. The keyword is protected. Touch [OK].
  • Page 435: Display And Operation Settings (got Set Up)

    12. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) The setting screens related to the display or operation can be displayed from the utility screen. In the setting screen for display and the setting screen for operation, the following settings can be set. Item Description Reference...
  • Page 436: Display Operation Of Display Setting

    12.1.2 Display operation of display setting GOT setup Main menu Touch [Display]. Touch [GOT Setup]. Display settings (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W, GT2104-R) (For GT2105-Q) Refer to the following for display operation of main menu. ➠ 9.3 Utility Display 12 - 2 12.1 Display Settings...
  • Page 437: Display Setting Operations

    12.1.3 Display setting operations ■1. The title display period and screen saving time Step 1. If the setting items (numbers) are touched, a keyboard is displayed. Input numeric with the keyboard. Step 2. Set the title display period with the ten-key pad window and touch "ENT". Touch ■2.
  • Page 438 (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) Step 3. Touch the button to reflect the setting. (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Touch (For GT2107-W, GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) Touch ■3. POWER LED (GT2105 only) Step 1. Touch a setting item to change the setting. POWER LED: 12 - 4 12.1 Display Settings...
  • Page 439 Step 2. Touch the button to save the changes. Touch 12 - 5 12.1 Display Settings...
  • Page 440: Operation Settings (settings For Operation)

    12.2 Operation Settings (Settings for Operation) 12.2.1 Operation setting functions Setting regarding GOT operation can be set. The items which can be set are described below. If touch the each item part, the respective setting becomes possible. Function Description Setting range OFF/SHORT/LONG Buzzer volume Buzzer volume setting can be changed.
  • Page 441: Display Operation Of Operation Setting

    12.2.2 Display operation of operation setting Main menu GOT setup Touch [Operation]. Touch [GOT Setup]. Display settings (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Display settings (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Display settings (For GT2107-W, GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) Refer to the following for display operation of main menu. ➠...
  • Page 442: Setting Operation Of Operation

    12.2.3 Setting operation of operation ■1. Buzzer volume Step 1. Touch a setting item to change the setting. (Buzzer sound: SHORT LONG OFF Step 2. Touch the button to save the changes. ■2. Window move buzzer Step 1. Touch a setting item to change the setting. (Window move buzzer: Step 2.
  • Page 443: Position Correction Of The Touch Panel (touch Panel Calibration Setting)

    12.2.4 Position correction of the touch panel (touch panel calibration setting) ■1. Touch panel calibration setting function Touch panel reading error can be corrected. Normally the adjustment is not required, however, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses.
  • Page 444 ■3. Touch panel calibration operation Touch [+] displayed on the screen with the finger one by one to make the setting. Step 1. Touch the center of [+] displayed on the upper left precisely. Step 2. Touch [+] displayed on the lower left. Step 3.
  • Page 445: Setting The Utility Call Keys

    12.2.5 Setting the utility call keys ■1. Utility call key setting function The key position for calling the main menu of the utility can be specified. For the key position, the specification of 1 point from 4 corners on the screen, or no specification (0 point), can be set. By keeping pressing the screen, a setting to switch the screen to the utility is available.
  • Page 446 ■3. Utility call key setting operation Step 1. Touch displayed at the four corners of the setting screen. The button repeats every time it is pressed. Change the part to be set as a key position to For the key position, 0 or 1 point can be specified. Step 2.
  • Page 447: Inherent Information

    12.3 Inherent Information 12.3.1 Setting function for inherent information Configure inherent information settings. Item Description Setting range 0 to 32767 GOT ID No. Set the ID No. as the inherent information for the GOT. <Default: 0> 12.3.2 Display operation of inherent information Main menu GOT setup Touch...
  • Page 448: Usb Host (gt2107-w)

    12.4 USB Host (GT2107-W) 12.4.1 USB host setting To install and use the USB mouse/keyboard on the GOT, set the USB mouse/keyboard. Item Description Setting range YES/NO Use USB mouse Set whether to use a USB mouse. <Default: YES> Interlock with mouse cursor touch YES/NO The mouse cursor can be moved to the touched position.
  • Page 449: Setting Operation Of Usb Host

    12.4.3 Setting operation of USB host Step 1. To use the USB mouse, touch the setting item of [Use USB mouse]. The setting content is changed by touching. (YES Step 2. To move the mouse cursor to the touched position, touch the setting item of [Interlock with mouse cursor touch operation].
  • Page 450 Step 4. To use the USB keyboard, touch the setting item of [USB keyboard type]. The setting content is changed by touching. (Japanese 106 keyboard English 101 keyboard) Step 5. Touch the button to reflect the new setting. 12 - 16 12.4 USB Host (GT2107-W)
  • Page 451: Setting The Storage Location For Backup And Restoration (gt2107-w)

    12.5 Setting the storage location for backup and restoration (GT2107-W) The storage location for backup data can be set. For how to use the backup/restoration, refer to the following. ➠ 15.8 Backup and Restoration Set the following items with touching the items on the GOT. Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 452: Backup/restoration Setting Operation

    12.5.2 Backup/restoration setting operation ■1. Drive for backup setting, drive for backup data Step 1. If touch the setup item, the setup contents are changed. Step 2. Touch the button to reflect the new setting and return to the [GOT Setup] screen. 12 - 18 12.5 Setting the storage location for backup and restoration (GT2107-W)
  • Page 453: Security Level And Operator Settings (security Setting)

    13. SECURITY LEVEL AND OPERATOR SETTINGS (SECURITY SETTING) 13.1 Security Level Authentication ■1. Security level change functions Changes the security level to the same security level set by each object or screen switch. To change the security level, enter the password for the security level set with GT Designer3. ➠...
  • Page 454: Security Level Change Operation

    ■3. Security level change operation (1) Input operation of password Step 1. By touching [0] to [9], [A] to [F] key, the password of the changed security level is input. Character types to be input can be changed by touching the [KEY] button. Step 2.
  • Page 455: Operator Authentication

    13.2 Operator Authentication 13.2.1 Operator information management ■1. Operator management (1) Operator management function The function enables displaying a list of the operator information and adding, changing, or deleting the operator information to be used. A password for operator authentication can be changed when the password is out of date. Functions for the operator authentication (automatic logout time, authentication method, password expiration date, etc.) can be set.
  • Page 456 (3) Display example of operator management Operator information management screen Item Description Operator Name Displays operator names. Displays operator IDs. Displays security levels for operators. Update Displays the last updated dates of the operator information. Operation keys Execution keys for each function 13 - 4 13.2 Operator Authentication...
  • Page 457 Operator information edit screen Touch the [Add] button or touch the [Edit] button with the operator information selected on the Operator information management screen, and then the Operator information edit screen is displayed. The operator information can be edited. Item Description The operator name to be edited is displayed or input an operator name to be added.
  • Page 458 (4) Operator management operation Step 1. Touch [Operator] → [Operator info.]. Step 2. The Admin password authentication screen is displayed, and then input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed by touching the [KEY] button. When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key. Step 3.
  • Page 459 Add operation Add operator information to the GOT. Step 1. Touch the [Add] button. Step 2. The Operator information edit screen is displayed. Touch the [Next] switch to display an item to be edited, and touch the item. 1) Operator Name If the operator name is touched, a keyboard is displayed.
  • Page 460: Setting

    4) Password For changing passwords during editing, touch the password. A keyboard is displayed, and then input a password. When the input is completed, touch the [ENT] key. When the password input is completed, the New password input confirmation dialog box is displayed. Input the same password.
  • Page 461 Step 3. When the [Save] button is touched after all items are input, the input operator information is saved. Touching the button displayed on the upper right returns to the previous screen. POINT POINT POINT Saving the setting When the button is touched before the [Save] button is touched, the setting contents are not saved and the screen returns to the previous one.
  • Page 462 Deletion operation Delete the operator information stored in the GOT. Step 1. Select the operator information to be deleted with touching the operator information. Step 2. Touching the [Delete] button deletes the selected operator information. Touching the button displayed on the upper right returns to the previous screen. 13 - 10 13.2 Operator Authentication...
  • Page 463 Import operation Import the operator information that is already exported to an SD card to the GOT. Step 1. Touch the [Import] button. Step 2. The dialog box shown below is displayed. When the [YES] button is touched, the Admin password authentication screen is displayed. Input the administrator password.
  • Page 464 Export operation Export the operator information stored in the GOT to an SD card. Step 1. Touch the [Export] button. Step 2. The dialog box shown below is displayed. Step 3. Touch the following buttons according to the output format for the file. Binary file: [BIN] button CSV file:...
  • Page 465: Password Change

    13.2.2 Password change ■1. Password change function The passwords to be used for the operator authentication can be changed. For the password change, log into the GOT in advance with the operator name corresponding to the password to be changed. ■2.
  • Page 466 ■3. Password change operation Step 1. Touch [Security setting] → [Login/Logout] to log into the GOT with the operator ID whose password is to be changed. Step 2. Touch [Password change] in the operator setting menu, and then the Password change dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 467: Function Setting

    13.2.3 Function setting ■1. Function setting function The functions for the operator information can be set. The following items can be set. Reference Item Description page The authentication method is switched. Auth method ➠ 13 - 16 [Password], [Ext. auth. ], [Ext. auth. / Password] The time from when the last time the GOT is operated until when you automatically log out of the Auto logout time GOT can be set.
  • Page 468 ■3. Function setting operation Step 1. Touch [Operator] → [Function], and then the Admin password authentication dialog box is displayed. Step 2. When the administrator password is correctly input, the Function setting screen in displayed. Touch the [Next] switch to switch the setting screen, and touch an item to be set. 1) Auth method The authentication method is switched.
  • Page 469: Login/logout

    13.3 Login/Logout To manage the operator or change the password, log into the GOT. ■1. Display operation of login/logout Main menu Security setting Touch Touch [Login/Logout]. [Security setting]. Login ■2. Operation of login/logout (1) Login Step 1. Log into the GOT by inputting an operator name and its password. An external authentication device can be used for logging in.
  • Page 470 13 - 18 13.3 Login/Logout...
  • Page 471: Clock Settings And Battery Status Display (time Setting And Display)

    14. CLOCK SETTINGS AND BATTERY STATUS DISPLAY (TIME SETTING AND DISPLAY) The clock data (date and time) are displayed and set in the clock setting menu. 14.1 Time Setting and Display 14.1.1 Time setting and display functions Time settings and displaying of the status of GOT built-in battery are possible. Description Function Reference...
  • Page 472: Clock Setting Operations

    (PLC or microcomputers) which do not have clock function, the clock data will not be adjusted. Refer to the following for the list of PLC installed with clock function. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for the controller used ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help (2) Clock setting when using the multi-channel function The channel No.
  • Page 473 Displays battery voltage status. Display Status Normal Normal Low/None Low voltage When the battery voltage is low, replace the battery immediately. Refer to the following for battery replacement procedure. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) 14 - 3 14.1 Time Setting and Display...
  • Page 474 14 - 4 14.1 Time Setting and Display...
  • Page 475: Control Of Various Data (data Control)

    15. CONTROL OF VARIOUS DATA (DATA CONTROL) A system application, project data (screen data), or alarm data which is written in the GOT or SD card can be displayed, and the data can be transferred between the GOT and SD card. The format of the SD card is also possible.
  • Page 476 ■1. At maintenance (1) For GT2103-P Read C drive (Built-in flash memory) Alarm Hard copy Copy Copy Recipe GT Designer3 Alarm Alarm Logging Recipe Recipe Copy files A drive ® on Windows (Standard SD card) Alarm Hard copy Recipe Logging SD card SD card (when installed in GOT)
  • Page 477 (2) For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P Read C drive D drive (Built-in flash memory) (Built-in SRAM) Alarm Hard copy Copy Copy Recipe GT Designer3 Alarm Alarm Logging Recipe Recipe Copy files A drive on Windows (Standard SD card) Alarm Hard copy Recipe Logging SD card...
  • Page 478 (3) For GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD Read C drive D drive (Built-in flash memory) (Built-in SRAM) Alarm Hard copy Copy Copy Recipe GT Designer3 Alarm Alarm Logging Recipe Recipe Copy files on Windows ® A drive E drive (Standard SD card) (USB drive) Alarm Hard copy Recipe...
  • Page 479: Checking Version Of Bootos And Basic System Application

    Version confirmation of BootOS by rating plate Confirm the version of BootOS installed in the GOT at product shipment by rating plate of GOT rear face. BootOS version MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Hardware version 15 - 5 15.1 Data Storage Location...
  • Page 480: Os Information

    15.2 OS information ■1. Function of OS information Each file name or folder name of the BootOS that runs in the GOT and package data can be displayed in a list. Function Description Reference page Information display of files Displays the type, name, and version of the file. ➠...
  • Page 481: Resource Data Information

    15.3 Resource Data Information 15.3.1 Alarm information ■1. Function of alarm information Alarm log files stored in each drive (A: Standard SD card, C: Built-in flash memory or C: Built-in SRAM) are displayed. The functions below can be carried out for files. For details of the alarms, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 482 ■2. The display operation of alarm information Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Data control Drive selection (For GT2103) Touch [Resource data]. Select a drive and use alarm log files. Resource Data Information (For GT2104-P) Touch Select a drive and [Alarm info.].
  • Page 483 ■3. The display example of alarm information Alarm information: Storage file/folder display screen Alarm information screen (For GT2103) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) Item Description Drive selection The drive which displays file or folder can be selected. Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder. Kind Displays the extension for a file and "DIR"...
  • Page 484 ■4. Alarm information operation (1) The display operation of alarm information Step 1. If a drive of [Select drive] is touched, the information of the touched drive is displayed. Alarm information screen (For GT2103) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) 15 - 10 15.3 Resource Data Information...
  • Page 485 Alarm information: Storage file/folder display screen Step 2. If a folder name is touched, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3. If a folder of ". ." is touched, the information of the folder in one upper hierarchy is displayed. Step 4.
  • Page 486 (2) G2A → CSV conversion operation, G2A → TXT conversion operation The selected G1A file is converted to a CSV file or TXT file. Step 1. Touch the G2A file to be converted to a CSV file or TXT file. Step 2.
  • Page 487 (3) Deletion operation The selected file is deleted. Step 1. Touch the file to be deleted. Step 2. If the [Delete] button is touched, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If the [YES] button is touched, the file is deleted. If the [NO] button is touched, the deletion is canceled.
  • Page 488 (4) Copy operation The selected file is copied. Step 1. Touch the file to be copied. Step 2. If the [Copy] button is touched, the Select drive screen is displayed. Step 3. Select a drive. (For GT2103-P) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) 15 - 14 15.3 Resource Data Information...
  • Page 489 Step 4. Select the copy destination folder and touch [Execute]. The file is copied. 15 - 15 15.3 Resource Data Information...
  • Page 490: Recipe Information

    15.3.2 Recipe information POINT POINT POINT Before using recipe information For writing/reading into/from a controller with this function or editing of recipe files on the personal computer, refer to the following. Specifications and operating procedure are described. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help ■1.
  • Page 491 ■2. Display operation of recipe information Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Drive selection Data control (For GT2103-P) Touch Select a drive and [Resource data]. use recipe information. (For GT2104-P) Resource Data Information Select a drive and use recipe information. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) Touch [Recipe info.].
  • Page 492 ■3. Example of advanced recipe information display (1) Recipe information screen Recipe information screen Storage file/folder display screen Recipe information screen (For GT2103-P) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) Item Description Drive selection The target drive can be selected. (Even if an SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder.
  • Page 493 ■4. Recipe information operation (1) Display operation of recipe information Step 1. If a drive of [Select drive] is touched, the information of the touched drive is displayed. Recipe information screen (For GT2103-P) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W) 15 - 19 15.3 Resource Data Information...
  • Page 494 Step 2. If a folder name is touched, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3. If a folder of ". ." is touched, the information of the folder in one upper hierarchy is displayed. Step 4. If the button of the scrollbar is touched, the screen scrolls up/down by one line.
  • Page 495 (2) G2P → CSV conversion operation, G2P → TXT conversion operation A recipe file (G2P file) is converted to a CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on a personal computer. Step 1. Touch the G2P file to be converted to a CSV file or TXT file. Step 2.
  • Page 496 (3) CSV/TXT → G2P conversion operation A CSV file or Unicode text file is converted to a recipe file (G2P file). Step 1. To select the file, touch the CSV file or TXT text file to be converted to a G2P file. Step 2.
  • Page 497 (5) Copy operation Files to be used in recipe are copied. Step 1. Touch the file to be copied. Step 2. If the [Copy] button is touched, the Select drive screen is displayed. Step 3. Select a drive. (For GT2103-P) (For GT2104-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R) (For GT2107-W)
  • Page 498 Step 4. Select the copy destination folder and touch [Execute]. The file is copied. ■5. Precautions (1) Precautions for operation Precautions during file operation (Create/Delete/Copy/File conversion, etc.) Even if the access to the SD card is inhibited while the GOT is processing files, the processing continues. (Example: Even if the access to the SD card is inhibited while the GOT is copying a file, a file is created.) Therefore, do not pull out the SD card while the "Processing..."...
  • Page 499: Logging Information

    15.3.3 Logging information ■1. Function of logging information Logging files created with the logging function can be copied or deleted, etc. Without using a personal computer, you can manage logging files on the GOT. For details of the logging function, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 500 ■2. Display operation of logging information Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Data control Touch [Resource data]. Drive selection Drive selection Resource Data Information (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Select a drive and use Select a drive and use logging data files.
  • Page 501 ■3. Example of logging information display Logging information screen Logging information screen (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Storage file/folder display screen (For GT2107-W) Item Description The target drive can be selected. (Even if an SD card is not installed, this message Drive selection appears.) Indicates whether the displayed name is file or folder.
  • Page 502 ■4. Logging information operation (1) Display operation of logging information Step 1. If a drive of [Select drive] is touched, the information of the touched drive is displayed. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) Step 2. If a folder name is touched, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 503 (2) Deletion operation Files to be used in logging are deleted. Step 1. Touch the file to be deleted. Step 2. If the [Delete] button is touched, the dialog box mentioned below is displayed. If the [YES] button is touched, the file is deleted. If the [NO] button is touched, the deletion is canceled.
  • Page 504 (3) Copy operation Files to be used in logging is copied. Step 1. Touch the file to be copied. Step 2. If the [Copy] button is touched, the Select drive screen is displayed. Step 3. Select a drive. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) Step 4.
  • Page 505 ■5. Precautions (1) Precautions for operation Precautions during file operation (Create/Delete/Copy, etc.) Even if the access to the SD card is inhibited while the GOT is processing files, the processing continues. (Example: Even if the access to the SD card is inhibited while the GOT is copying a file, a file is created.) Therefore, do not pull out the SD card while the "Processing..."...
  • Page 506: Image File Management

    15.3.4 Image file management ■1. Function of image file management Deletes, copies, and moves the file created by the hard copy function. For details of the hard copy function, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help Function Description Reference page Information display of files ➠...
  • Page 507 ■3. Display example of image file management Image file management screen Image file management screen (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Storage file/folder display screen (For GT2107-W) Item Description The drive which displays file or folder can be selected. Drive selection When an SD card is not installed, the following drives are not displayed.
  • Page 508 ■4. Operation of image file management (1) Display operation of image file management Step 1. If a drive of [Select drive] is touched, the information of the touched drive is displayed. Step 2. If a folder name is touched, the information of the touched folder is displayed. Step 3.
  • Page 509 (2) Deletion operation The selected file is deleted. Step 1. Touch the file to be deleted. Step 2. If the [Delete] button is touched, the screen mentioned below is displayed. If the [YES] button is touched, the file is deleted. If the [NO] button is touched, the deletion is canceled.
  • Page 510 (3) Copy operation The selected file is copied. Step 1. Touch the file to be copied. Step 2. If the [Copy] button is touched, the Select drive screen is displayed. Select a drive. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) Step 3.
  • Page 511: Sd Card Access

    15.4 SD Card Access 15.4.1 Functions of SD card access When the GOT is turned on, an SD card can be installed or removed to/from the GOT without damage to the data in the SD card. 15.4.2 Display operation of SD card access Main menu Main menu SD card access...
  • Page 512: Sd Card Format

    15.5 SD Card Format ■1. Function of SD card format An SD card is formatted. ■2. Display operation of SD card format Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Data control Touch [SD Card fornat]. SD card format Drive selection (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) 15 - 38 15.5 SD Card Format...
  • Page 513 ■3. Operation of SD card format Step 1. Install an SD card to the GOT. For installation/removal procedure of an SD card, refer to the following. ➠ GT21-03SDCD General Description Step 2. Touch and select the drive to format by drive selection. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (For GT2107-W) Step 3.
  • Page 514 Step 4. Type and touch the [Enter] key. The dialog box shown below will appear. (The password is 1 1 1 1 fixed to 1111.) Confirm the contents of the dialog box, and touch the [YES] button to format the SD card. To cancel the format, touch the [NO] button.
  • Page 515: Clear Data

    15.6 Clear Data 15.6.1 Clear data functions This function deletes the project data and resource data that are written to the GOT. 15.6.2 Clear data display Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Data control Clear data Touch [Clear data]. 15 - 41 15.6 Clear Data...
  • Page 516: Clear Data Operation

    15.6.3 Clear data operation Step 1. Touch the type of data on the screen to be deleted. Touch [Project data] or [Resource data]. Step 2. The dialog box below is displayed for confirmation. Touch the [YES] button to delete the data, or the [NO] button to cancel. Touch POINT POINT...
  • Page 517: Data Copy

    15.7 Data Copy The project data and basic system application are transferred by using an SD card. POINT POINT POINT Copy from the SD card to the GOT Data can be copied from the SD card to the GOT when the GOT is powered on. Refer to the following.
  • Page 518: Operation Of Data Copy

    15.7.2 Operation of data copy Step 1. Select the copy direction. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) The selection mark is displayed on the side of the selected key. GOT → SD card: Copy from the GOT to the SD card SD card →...
  • Page 519 Step 3. Confirm the copy direction and copy target. When they are set correctly, touch the [OK] button. To change the setting, touch the [CANCEL] button. (For GT2105-Q, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Touch (For GT2107-W) Touch Step 4. The dialog box below is displayed for confirmation. Touch the [YES] button to start copying and [NO] button to cancel.
  • Page 520: Error Display

    For details of error messages, refer to the following. ➠ ■1. Error display When only the project data was copied to the GOT, touch the [ESC] button to restart the GOT and display the user-created screen. When the basic system application was copied, the GOT will automatically start up and display the user- created screen.
  • Page 521: Backup And Restoration

    15.8 Backup and Restoration 15.8.1 Backup and restoration The setting information of the controller connected to the GOT (including sequence programs, parameters, and set values) can be saved (backed up) to the data storage installed to the GOT and the data can be restored to the controller if necessary.
  • Page 522: System Configuration

    This section describes the system configuration for the backup and restoration. For the setting method in each connection form, used communication unit/cable and cautions on connection form, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller *1*2*3...
  • Page 523 (2) High Performance model QCPU Item Description File name Parameter Parameter to operate the PLC PARAM.QPA Intelligent function Parameter for the intelligent function module IPARAM.QPA module parameter Program Program for the operation by the CPU (including SFC) ***.QPG Device comment Device comment to be stored to the PLC ***.QCD Boot setting file...
  • Page 524 (4) LCPU Item Description File name Parameter Parameter to operate the PLC PARAM.QPA Intelligent function Parameter for the intelligent function module IPARAM.QPA module parameter Program Program for the operation by the CPU (including SFC) ***.QPG Device comment Device comment to be stored to the PLC ***.QCD Boot setting file Batch file to start a program from the ROM or others...
  • Page 525 (6) Data for each software Item Description File name Label program Data for GX Developer PROJINFO.CAB Symbolic data Symbolic data for PX Developer #FBDQINF.BIN Simple project SRCINFOM.CAB GX Works2 data (with label) SRCINFOM.C32 Symbolic information Structured SRCINFOI.CAB GX Works2 data project SRCINFOI.C32 SRCINF1M.CAB...
  • Page 526: Access Range

    15.8.3 Access range ■1. Access range for each connection type The following shows the target location of the backup/restoration for each connection type. Connection type Target Computer link connection Host station Ethernet connection Host station ■2. When the multi-channel function is used When the multi-channel function is used, data is backed up or restored per channel.
  • Page 527 (4) Configuration of the controller at the restoration The configuration of the controller must be the same as the one at the backup. When the configuration of the controller at the restoration differs from the one at the backup, the restoration cannot be executed.
  • Page 528 The keyword of the restoration target FXCPU is held at the restoration. For how to set or clear the keyword of the FXCPU, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Programming manual for the FXCPU used (4) Backup data including the symbolic information When the restoration target FXCPU does not support the symbolic information, the backup data including the symbolic information cannot be restored.
  • Page 529: Security And Password

    15.8.5 Security and password By setting a password for the backup/restore function, the authentication using a password can be conducted at the backup or restoration. The password for the backup/restoration and the password on the controller side are used for the authentication. Authentication of the password for backup/restoration Automatic authentication of the password on the controller side...
  • Page 530 ■1. Setting the password for the backup/restoration The password for the backup/restoration can be set only when the following conditions are satisfied at the first backup. • A password has been set to the backup target file of the controller. The authentication using the password on the controller side is required at the first backup.
  • Page 531 POINT POINT POINT (1) Setting a password To secure the security, using eight characters or more that cannot be easily guessed as the password for the backup/restoration is recommended. If the password is compromised, a system with the same configuration may be created. Pay full attention to manage the password.
  • Page 532 ■2. How to use the password for the backup/restoration The following shows the operation procedure of the backup after the password for the backup/restoration has been set. For details of the operation screen, refer to the following. ➠ 15.8.6 Display operation of backup and restoration (1) Backup Start Touch [Backup] on the main menu.
  • Page 533 POINT POINT POINT Precautions for backing up data after the password on the controller side has been changed When the password on the controller side is being input manually and inputting the password is canceled to stop the backup, all the files that have been backed up before the cancellation are discarded.
  • Page 534 POINT POINT POINT Precautions for restoring data after the password on the controller side has been changed When the password on the controller side is being input manually and inputting the password is canceled to stop the restoration, only the files that have been restored before the cancellation are restored.
  • Page 535: Display Operation Of Backup And Restoration

    15.8.6 Display operation of backup and restoration Main menu Main menu Touch [Data]. Data control Touch [Backup/ restore]. For a controller other than FXCPU, the [Keyword] switch is not displayed. 15 - 61 15.8 Backup and Restoration...
  • Page 536: Backup Operation

    15.8.7 Backup operation This section describes the backup operation screen. The screen operation procedure varies depending on the PLC CPU model used and whether or not passwords have been set. For details of the operating procedure, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 537 Step 6. The screen shown below will be displayed during execution. Step 7. When the backup is completed, the screen shown below appears. Touch [OK]. For FXCPU, the following screen appears. Touch [OK] and input a password. 15 - 63 15.8 Backup and Restoration...
  • Page 538: Restoration Operation

    15.8.8 Restoration operation This section describes the restoration operation screen. The screen operation procedure varies depending on the PLC CPU model used and whether or not passwords have been set. For details of the operating procedure, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 539 Step 6. If a password has been set for the program of the PLC CPU, the screen shown below appears. Touch [OK], and enter the password in the key window. When inputting passwords have been finished, the restoration processing will be executed. Step 7.
  • Page 540: Keyword Operations

    15.8.9 Keyword operations When the connected FX series PLC is protected by a keyword, the keyword protection can be removed. Step 1. Touch [Keyword]. Step 2. The screen shown below appears. Remove the protection for the FX series PLC. ➠ 11.7 Keyword 15 - 66 15.8 Backup and Restoration...
  • Page 541: Errors And Corrective Actions

    15.8.10 Errors and corrective actions ■1. Common to backup and restoration Problem Cause Corrective action Backup data has not been saved in the • Install an SD card in which the backup settings are installed SD card. saved. Backup data cannot be found. An SD card is not on the drive specified as •...
  • Page 542 ■3. Restoration Problem Cause Corrective action Check the following settings. GOT side • Are cables correctly connected? • Has a correct communication driver been installed? There is a problem that prevents the • Are communication settings correct? communication with the controller. Controller side •...
  • Page 543: Usb Device Management (gt2107-w)

    15.9 USB Device Management (GT2107-W) 15.9.1 Function of the USB device management This function displays a list of the USB peripheral device connection status in the GOT. Also, this screen is used to remove the USB peripheral device from GOT. 15.9.2 Display operation of the USB device management Main menu...
  • Page 544: Usb Device Status Display Operation

    15.9.3 USB device status display operation Step 1. When the USB peripheral device is installed to GOT, the screen shown below is displayed. Step 2. USB mass storage is displayed in Device, and [Stop] button is displayed in Attach. Step 3. When the [Stop] button is touched, the dialog box shown below is displayed.
  • Page 545: Got Self Check (debug)

    This section describes the controller names and connection types between the GOT and a controller that are applicable to the device monitor function. For details of communication units and cables for each connection type, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller Connection type...
  • Page 546: Devices That Can Be Monitored

    POINT POINT POINT Checking method of the version of basic system application and communication driver Check the version of the basic system application and communication driver installed in the GOT at [System Application Information] of the utility. Refer to the following for details. ➠...
  • Page 547: Display Operation Of Device Monitor

    16.1.4 Display operation of device monitor Main menu Main menu Main menu Device monitor (For GT2104-P, GT2103-P) Touch [Debug]. Debug (For GT2104-R) Touch [Device monitor]. (For GT2105-Q) Select a channel. (For GT2107-W) 16 - 3 16.1 Device Monitor Function...
  • Page 548: Information Displayed On The Device Monitor Screen And Key Functions

    16.1.5 Information displayed on the device monitor screen and key functions ■1. Device monitor screen The information displayed on the device monitor screen is described below. Item Settings Device name Displays the device name. Device No. Displays the device number. Displays ON/OFF information of bit devices and timer/counter contacts Bit device ON/OFF Timer/Counter contact ON/OFF...
  • Page 549 Item Settings 0 to 4: This item must be set only when the GOT is connected to the Q series CPU in the multiple CPU system or QnUCPU. CPU No. specification Changing the CPU No. cancels the registration for all the devices. ➠...
  • Page 550: Basic Operation Of Device Monitor

    16.1.6 Basic operation of device monitor The following explains basic operations of the device monitor. Debug Touch [Device monitor]. With no registered device With registered devices TEST Touch Touch Touch Switch the numerical notation Register devices Execute the quick test of word device values between if necessary.
  • Page 551: Device Registration

    16.1.7 Device registration The following explains the procedures for device registration. Device monitor When the GOT is connected with a Q series CPU in the multiple CPU system or QnUCPU Specify the CPU No. of the device to be registered when connecting Touch the GOT to a Q series CPU in the multiple CPU system or QnUCPU.
  • Page 552 POINT POINT POINT Keyboard operations (1) Keyboard functions Select a data type. [32]: Sets to the two-word. Device name [16]: Sets to the one-word. keyboard Displays other device names. Ends the device registration. Device name Deletes all input numbers. keyboard Registers the input device.
  • Page 553 POINT POINT POINT Precautions for device registration (1) Data type Device monitor screens display the data type as shown below. • DW: 32-bit (two-word) module • Nothing displayed : 16-bit (one-word) module (2) CPU No. specification Changing the CPU No. after registering devices cancels the registration for all the devices. Check the CPU No.
  • Page 554: Quick Test

    16.1.8 Quick test WARNING Before performing the quick test operations of device monitor (such as turning ON or OFF bit device, changing the word device current value, changing the settings or current values of the timer or counter), read through the manual carefully and make yourself familiar with the operation method.
  • Page 555 ■1. Quick test of bit devices (Operation example) Change the status of the bit device M14 from OFF to ON Touch the bit device whose ON/OFF status is to be switched. The device name and device number of the selected bit device are highlighted.
  • Page 556 ■2. Quick test of word devices (Operation example) Change the device value of word device D200 from 43 to 100. Conditions: Data range: 16 bits, device value display format: decimal number Touch the device value to be changed. Input a device value using the keyboard.
  • Page 557: Fx List Editor (gt2105-q, Gt2104-r Only)

    16.2 FX List Editor (GT2105-Q, GT2104-R only) The MELSEC-FX list editor can change the sequence programs on the FX PLC. The following example explains about GT2104-R. 16.2.1 Display operation of FX list editor Main menu Touch [Debug]. Debug Touch [FX list editor]. FX list editor Cannel Setting 16 - 13...
  • Page 558 ■1. Parameters and sequence programs are easy to maintain. You can check or partly correct, change or add FX PLC parameters and sequence programs simply by operating keys. You can easily edit sequence programs without preparing any peripheral unit other than the GOT. (Example of changing sequence program commands) Changed X000...
  • Page 559: Specifications

    For the setting method in each connection form, used communication unit/cable and cautions on connection form, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 ■2. Controllers that can be edited with the MELSEC-FX list editor Target controller FX CPU FX list editor is not applicable to for MELSEC iQ-F series.
  • Page 560 ■4. Functions list and monitor conditions The following shows the memory that can be monitored by the MELSEC-FX list editor and the FX PLC status conditions. ( : Can be monitored : Can be monitored under certain conditions : Cannot be monitored) Memory that can be monitored EEPROM FX PLC...
  • Page 561: Access Range

    The access range other than the above is the same as the access range when the GOT is connected to a controller. For details of the access range, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) For GT Works3 Version1 16.2.4 Precautions ■1. Using other peripheral equipment for sequence program/parameter change When using the MELSEC-FX list editor, do not change programs or parameters in the PLC CPU from other peripheral equipment.
  • Page 562: Display Operation

    16.2.5 Display operation ■1. Operation to display The following describes the outline for displaying the operation screen of the MELSEC-FX list editor. Start Turn on the power to the GOT. Starting from the special function Starting from the utility switch (MELSEC-FX list editor) set in the project data Touch the special function switch.
  • Page 563 ■2. Changing screens This section describes how to change the screen. Start Utility Main Menu user-created monitor screen Communication setting window [ChNo.] MORE MORE [PLC diagnostics] [Parameter setting] [Keyword setup] [List Monitor] With setting special function switches (FX list monitor), the list monitor can be started on the monitor screen. When the list monitor is started on the monitor screen, the list editor cannot be used.
  • Page 564: Operation Procedures

    16.2.6 Operation procedures This section describes the contents of the MELSEC-FX list editor and the key functions displayed on the screen. ■1. Key arrangement and a list of key functions The arrangement and functions of the keys displayed on the MELSEC-FX List Editor window are described below. ■2.
  • Page 565 ■3. Key functions The table below shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operation on the MELSEC-FX list editor screen. Function Displays the currently selected channel number. The communication setting window is not displayed if the MELSEC-FX list editor is started from the FX ladder monitor.
  • Page 566: Selection And Operation Of Modes

    16.2.7 Selection and operation of modes The MELSEC-FX list editor has four modes: READ, WRITE, INSERT, and DELETE. Select an appropriate mode for the intended operation. For more information on the mode to select, refer to the function operations from subsection 15.3.8. ■1.
  • Page 567: Displaying Sequence Programs

    16.2.8 Displaying sequence programs Sequence programs are read from the FX PLC to the GOT and displayed. There are two displaying methods: specifying the step number, and scrolling one screen at a time. ■1. Display using cursor keys (1) Operation Scroll with (2) Example Scroll one line upward or downward.
  • Page 568 ■3. Display scrolling one screen at a time (1) Operation MODE (Read mode) (2) Example Displaying with scrolling one screen at a time. < WRITE > MODE < READ > Set the READ mode. Displaying with scrolling K 200 one screen at a time. D 58 16 - 24 16.2 FX List Editor (GT2105-Q, GT2104-R only)
  • Page 569: Searching Commands/devices

    16.2.9 Searching commands/devices Displays a command or device by searching it in sequence program from Step 0. ■1. Command search (1) Operation Select the command Input the device name and MODE to search for. device number. (Read mode) MORE If the command you want to search for is not on the keyboard, touch the key to switch to the other keyboard.
  • Page 570 ■2. Device search (1) Operation Input the device name and MODE device number. (Read mode) After the search results are displayed, you can continue searching with the same conditions by touching the key. Touching any key other than the key ends the search. (2) Example Searching for LD M8000 Search device...
  • Page 571: Writing Commands

    16.2.10 Writing commands Writes a sequence program to the FX PLC. (Overwrite/Insert) ■1. Writing basic commands (1) Operations Inputting command only (Ex.: ANB, ORB command etc.) Stop the FX PLC Input the command MODE For overwriting: (WRITE mode) For insertion: (INSERT mode) Inputting command and device (LD, AND commands etc.) Input the command Stop the FX PLC...
  • Page 572 Inputting LD X000 Stop the FX PLC 0 NOP 1 NOP < READ > 2 NOP 3 NOP MODE Set the WRITE or < WRITE > 0 LD INSERT 1 NOP mode. 2 NOP 3 NOP With , move the cursor to the position to overwrite/insert the command.
  • Page 573 ■2. Writing applied instructions (1) Operation Applied instruction number Stop the FX PLC MODE For overwriting: (WRITE mode) For insertion: (INSERT mode) Input the device name and device number. (double word command) and (pulse execution format command) can also be input after the applied instruction number is input.
  • Page 574: Changing Operands, Set Values

    16.2.11 Changing operands, set values Changes the operand section of an applied instruction and OUT (T, C) command set value. ■1. Operation MODE Input the device name and device number Stop the FX PLC (Read mode) For decimal numbers, input K, then the number. For hexadecimal numbers, input H, then the number.
  • Page 575: Deleting Commands

    16.2.12 Deleting commands Deletes one command at a time from a sequence program. ■1. Operation Stop the FX PLC MODE Move the cursor to the command to be deleted. (DELETE mode) POINT POINT POINT When moving the cursor to the position where the command is to be deleted. Place the cursor on the command line (the line on which the step number is displayed).
  • Page 576: Sequence Program All Clear

    16.2.13 Sequence program all clear Clears all the sequence programs. ■1. Operation Stop the FX PLC MODE (WRITE mode) ■2. Example Clears all the sequence programs. Stop the FX PLC ! Caution < READ > The program will be erased. Press "OK"...
  • Page 577: Plc Diagnostics

    16.2.14 PLC diagnostics Displays the FX PLC error message, error code, and step at which the error occurred. ■1. Operation [PLC diagnostics] Select [PLC diagnostics] with ■2. PLC diagnostics screen The following describes the contents displayed on the PLC diagnostics screen and the function of on-screen key. (1) Displayed contents Item Display contents...
  • Page 578: Parameter Setting

    16.2.15 Parameter setting Sets FX PLC parameters. ■1. Parameters that can be changed and change targets (1) Parameters that can be changed The parameters that can be changed with the MELSEC-FX list editor and the target FX PLCs are as follows. : Can be set/changed : Cannot be set/changed Target CPU...
  • Page 579 ■3. Parameter setting screen The following describes the contents displayed on the PLC diagnostics screen and the function of on-screen key. (1) Displayed contents Item Display contents Sets the memory space (number of steps). Memory capacity If you touch the section, you can change the memory space.
  • Page 580: Keyword

    16.2.16 Keyword Registers, deletes, releases protection for, and sets protection for the FX PLC keywords. ■1. Function usability of the MELSEC-FX list editor for keyword protection levels The functions that can be used with the MELSEC-FX list editor depend on the keyword protection level. : Available, : Unavailable Keyword protection level...
  • Page 581 ■3. Keyword screen and protection level When [Keyword setup] is selected with the MELSEC-FX list editor, the keyword screen is displayed. For the keyword operation, refer to the following. ➠ 11.7 Keyword POINT POINT POINT Keywords For details of the keyword, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 582: List Monitor

    16.2.17 List monitor The status of contacts and coils in a sequence program is displayed. ■1. Operation [ List Monitor ] Select [List Monitor] with When the list monitor is started on the FX list editor screen, the step numbers displayed on the FX list editor screen is displayed on the list monitor screen.
  • Page 583: Action For An Incorrect Key Input

    ■2. Displays and key functions The following describes the displays for the list monitor. Item Display contents The status of contacts and coils is displayed on the left of device displays. List display area The same operations as in the READ mode of the FX list editor can be executed. Keys ➠...
  • Page 584: Error Messages And Corrective Actions

    16.2.19 Error messages and corrective actions This section describes the error messages displayed when the MELSEC-FX list editor is executed, and corrective action. Error message Description Corrective action Can not display while protected. • Check the protected operation. The all-operation protect, anti- •...
  • Page 585: Fx3u-enet-adp Communication Setting Function

    (2) Connection type for the FX3U-ENET-ADP communication setting function This function can be used only when the connection between the GOT and FXCPU is the direct CPU connection. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Product) 16.3.1 Specifications ■1. System configuration This section describes the system configuration of the FX3U-ENET-ADP communication setting function.
  • Page 586: Display Operation Of Fx3u-enet-adp Communication Setting Function

    16.3.2 Display operation of FX3U-ENET-ADP communication setting function Main menu Main menu Main menu Touch [Debug]. Debug Touch Touch [FX3U-ENET-ADP]. When the communication set Channel setting value of the FX3U-ENET-ADP has not been stored in the CPU Set a channel. Touch OK.
  • Page 587: Setting Operation

    16.3.3 Setting operation Step 1. Touch the numerical part of the octet to be changed among the 1st to 4th octets. Touch the numerical part of the octet to be changed. Step 2. When the ten-key pad appears, enter a numerical value in up to 3 digits, and touch the Enter key.
  • Page 588 Step 5. When the screen shown below appears, the changed communication set value of the FX3U-ENET-ADP is written normally to the CPU. For making valid the contents of setting, turn OFF the power of the CPU, and then turn it ON again. Change the setting of the subnet mask pattern and default router IP address using the same procedure if necessary.
  • Page 589 POINT POINT POINT When the CPU stores the symbolic information When the setting such as IP address is changed using this function and then the program is read by the programming tool from the CPU that stores the symbolic information, the following warning appears.
  • Page 590 16 - 46 16.3 FX3U-ENET-ADP Communication Setting Function...
  • Page 591: Maintenance

    17. MAINTENANCE 17.1 Touch Panel Calibration ■1. Touch panel calibration setting function Touch panel reading error can be corrected. Normally the adjustment is not required, however, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses. When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, correct the position with this function.
  • Page 592 ■3. Touch panel calibration operation Touch [+] displayed on the screen with the finger one by one to make the setting. Step 1. Touch the center of [+] displayed on the upper left precisely. Step 2. Touch [+] displayed on the upper left. Step 3.
  • Page 593: Touch Panel Check

    17.2 Touch Panel Check ■1. Touch panel check function Touch panel check function checks whether there is no dead zone area of 2 dots × 2 dots. ■2. Display operation of Touch panel check Main menu Main menu Main menu Touch [Maintenance].
  • Page 594 ■3. Touch panel check operations If touch [Panel check] of self-check, a black-filled screen is displayed over the entire screen area. Step 1. Touch a part of the screen. The touched part becomes a white-filled display. Up to 40 parts becomes yellow-filled displays. Black-filled screen Yellow color...
  • Page 595: Clean

    In utility, the screen can be set as not to be effected by touching the screen when clean with clothes. For cleaning method, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's manual (Hardware) 9. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION ■1. Display operation of clean Main menu...
  • Page 596 17 - 6 17.3 Clean...
  • Page 597: Installation Of Bootos And Basic System Application

    18. INSTALLATION OF BOOTOS AND BASIC SYSTEM APPLICATION To execute the GOT utility, install the BootOS and system applications on the C drive (built-in flash memory) of the GOT, or set the boot drive of the package data to [A:SD card] and insert an SD card with the package data into the GOT. (BootOS is installed in the GOT at factory shipment.
  • Page 598: Prior Preparations For Installing Bootos And System Application

    18.2 Prior Preparations for Installing BootOS and System Application For the installation using GOT, the data storage that is storing BootOS or the system application is required. There are the following three methods for the installation of BootOS and system application. ■1.
  • Page 599 18.3 BOOTOS AND SYSTEM APPLICATION INSTALLATION USING DATA STORAGE There are the following two types for the installation of BootOS and system applications using a data storage. ■1. Installing when starting the GOT ➠ 18.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT All the system applications and project data stored in the data storage are transferred to the GOT when powering on the GOT.
  • Page 600: Installing When Starting The Got

    18.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT ■1. When installing with an SD card Step 1. Power OFF the GOT, and install the SD card where the BootOS, system application or project data is stored in the SD card interface of the GOT. Step 2.
  • Page 601: Error Message List

    19. ERROR MESSAGE LIST This chapter describes the error message and the corrective actions displayed on the GOT. Error message Action • Specified base screen does not exist in the project data. SCREEN DOES NOT EXIST. • Specified base screen is out of the permissible area. Specify the existing base screen. The monitored device No.
  • Page 602 19 - 2...
  • Page 603: Revisions

    REVISIONS * The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date * Manual Number Revision Sep. 2013 SH(NA)-081195ENG-A First printing : GT Designer3 Version1.100E Nov. 2013 SH(NA)-081195ENG-B Compatible with GT Works3 Version1.104J • Description of SAFETY PRECAUTIONS changed •...
  • Page 604 • GT2107 is supported. This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
  • Page 605: Warranty

    If requested by the customer, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation or its representative firm may carry out the primary failure diagnosis at the customer’s expense. The primary failure diagnosis will, however, be free of charge should the cause of failure be attributable to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
  • Page 606 MELDAS, MELSEC, iQ Platform, MELSOFT, GOT, CC-Link, CC-Link/LT, and CC-Link IE are trademarks or registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan and other countries. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, Excel, and Access are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
  • Page 608 GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) GOT2000-U-UTILITY-E MODEL MODEL 1D7MJ6 CODE When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, SH(NA)-081195ENG-Q(1701)MEE Trade and Industry for service transaction permission. HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN Specifications subject to change without notice.

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