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GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000
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User's Manual (Monitor)

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  • Page 1 GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor)
  • 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] WARNING When installing the supplied fittings on GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, or GT2508F-V, tighten screws in the specified torque range (0.8 N•m to 1.0 N•m). 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 - 22 Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings of Icons .................A - 23 1. FUNDAMENTALS OF MONITOR Each Function and Related Manuals ....................1 - 1 System Applications (Extended Functions) Required for Each Function ........
  • Page 15 4. SEQUENCE PROGRAM MONITOR (LADDER, R LADDER) Features............................4 - 1 Specifications........................... 4 - 4 4.2.1 System configuration ......................4 - 4 4.2.2 Devices and range that can be monitored ................4 - 6 4.2.3 Access range ........................4 - 8 4.2.4 Precautions...........................
  • Page 16 How to Operate PLC Read Screen....................5 - 13 5.4.1 Displayed contents ......................5 - 13 5.4.2 Key functions ........................5 - 16 How to Operate Block List Screen ....................5 - 19 5.5.1 Displayed contents ......................5 - 19 5.5.2 Key functions ........................
  • Page 17 7.4.7 Error List Designated-Axis screen ..................7 - 19 7.4.8 Positioning Monitor screen ....................7 - 21 7.4.9 Servo Monitor screen ......................7 - 23 7.4.10 Present Value History Monitor screen ................7 - 24 7.4.11 Parameter setting screen ....................7 - 26 7.4.12 Hard copy output ........................
  • Page 18 10. BACKUP/RESTORATION 10.1 Features............................10 - 1 10.2 Specifications..........................10 - 3 10.2.1 System configuration ......................10 - 3 10.2.2 Access range ........................10 - 16 10.2.3 Precautions........................10 - 16 10.3 Operations for Display ......................... 10 - 21 10.3.1 Setting storage location for backup data ................
  • Page 19 12.4.2 How to operate target selection screen ................12 - 11 12.4.3 How to operate Main Menu screen................... 12 - 15 12.4.4 How to operate file selection screen................. 12 - 16 12.5 How to Operate Data Log Viewer ....................12 - 19 12.5.1 Data log viewer screen .....................
  • Page 20 14.2.5 Displayable character codes....................14 - 4 14.2.6 Precautions......................... 14 - 4 14.3 Operations for Display ........................14 - 5 14.3.1 Setting motion SFC program storage location..............14 - 8 14.4 Operation Procedures........................14 - 9 14.4.1 SFC diagram monitor screen....................14 - 9 14.4.2 Detailed program window ....................
  • Page 21 16.4.5 Motion error history monitor screen .................. 16 - 13 16.4.6 Error list designated-axis screen ..................16 - 15 16.4.7 Positioning monitor screen ....................16 - 17 16.4.8 Servo monitor screen ....................... 16 - 19 16.4.9 Present value history monitor screen ................16 - 20 16.4.10 Parameter setting screen ....................
  • Page 22 20.4 Operating Procedure ........................20 - 7 20.4.1 CNC monitor 2 screen layout....................20 - 7 20.4.2 Key input..........................20 - 8 20.4.3 Authorization........................20 - 10 20.5 Error Messages and Corrective Actions ..................20 - 11 21. NETWORK STATUS DISPLAY 21.1 Features............................
  • Page 23 23.4.12 [Drive recorder arbitrary alarm trigger] window ..............23 - 16 23.5 [Graph waveform] screen ......................23 - 17 23.5.1 [Graph setting] window ..................... 23 - 19 23.5.2 Operating procedure......................23 - 23 23.6 [(At alarm occurrence)] screen ....................23 - 27 24.
  • Page 24: List Of Manuals For Gt Works3

    (Model code) SH-081197ENG GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 (1D7MJ8) GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 1) For GT Works3 Version1 SH-081198ENG GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 2) For GT Works3 Version1 SH-081199ENG GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputers, MODBUS/Fieldbus Products,...
  • Page 25: 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 26 Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support GOT900 Series GOT-A900 Series, GOT-F900 Series GOT800 Series GOT-800 Series ■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...
  • Page 27 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 28 (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 29 Allen-Bradley products manufactured by Rockwell Automation, Inc. 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...
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  • Page 31: Fundamentals Of Monitor

    Function Related manual Description • How to start the system launcher from the utility GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) • Enabling or disabling the online module change System launcher • Setting a touch switch to start the system launcher GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual •...
  • Page 32 Function Related manual Description GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) • How to start the R motion monitor from the utility • Setting a touch switch to start the R motion monitor R Motion monitor GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual •...
  • Page 33: System Applications (Extended Functions) Required For Each Function

    System Applications (Extended Functions) Required for Each Function The following shows system applications (extended functions) required for each function. Function Required system application (extended function) System launcher [System Launcher] Device monitor [Device monitor] [Sequence Program Monitor(Ladder)] Sequence program moniotr (Ladder) [GOT Platform Library] [GOT Function Expansion Library] [Sequence Program Monitor(R Ladder)]...
  • Page 34: Languages Available For Each Function

    Languages Available for Each Function Languages available for each function are shown in the following table. ○:Displayed ×:Not displayed Eng.:Displayed in English Chinese Chinese Function Japanese English Korean (Simplified) (Traditinal) Utility function ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ System launcher ○ ○...
  • Page 35: System Launcher

    This section explains the system configuration of the system launcher. For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit, cable, and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller QCPU (Q mode)
  • Page 36 ■2. Connection type This function can be used in the following connection types. ○: Available, ×: Unavailable Function Connection type between the GOT and controller Ethernet CC-Link IE CC-Link Ethernet connection MELSECNET/H Controller connection Direct CPU Serial connection (using connection, connection, Name Description...
  • Page 37: Precautions

    To enable the online module change, configure the setting in [System Launcher] of [Ext. func. set] in the utility. Set [Online module change] to [Effective]. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 2.2.2 Precautions ■1. Display of the system configuration diagram The system configuration diagram has two types: the system configuration diagram for the system launcher and the one for the extended function.
  • Page 38: Operations For Display

    In the utility, touch [Monitor] → [System launcher] from the main menu. For how to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 3. The [Select channel] window appears only at the first startup of the system launcher.
  • Page 39 ■1. Screen transition At the second and subsequent startups, Start or at a startup when a connection destination is specified on [×] key or [End] key the user-created Utility Main Menu monitor screen user-created monitor screen At the first startup (when no connection [Select channel] destination is specified on the user-created window...
  • Page 40: Operating Procedure

    Operating Procedure This section explains screen operations for the system launcher. The display screen of the system launcher differs depending on the GOT used. ➠ 2.4.1 System configuration screen 2.4.2 Online module change screen 2.4.1 System configuration screen This section explains the structure of the screen and the common operations when the system launcher is executed. ■1.
  • Page 41 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the system configuration screen. Function list 1) Module status display Touch the display position of a target module to list the applicable functions. 2) Select channel key Displays the [Select channel] window.
  • Page 42: Online Module Change Screen

    2.4.2 Online module change screen This section explains the structure of the screen and the common operations when the online module change is executed. The following shows the procedure of the online module change. Step 1. Check the following items, and then touch the [Execute] key. •...
  • Page 43 5) [Status/guidance] Displays the procedure or precautions for [Operation]. 6) Touch key The keys used for [Operation] on the [Online module change] screen (2) Key functions 1) Return key, [Cancel] key Exits the [Online module change] screen and returns the screen to the system configuration screen. Cancels the operation during the module change and returns the screen to the system configuration screen.
  • Page 44 2 - 10 2.4 Operating Procedure...
  • Page 45: Device Monitor

    3. DEVICE MONITOR For using the device monitor function on GT21, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Features The device monitor function monitors and changes the devices of a PLC CPU or an intelligent module. Using this function, you can troubleshoot the system and streamline maintenance.
  • Page 46 (3) TC (timer, counter) monitor Monitors the current values, set values, contacts, and coils of timers, retentive timers, and counters of the PLC CPU in a batch. ➠ 3.6 TC Monitor (Monitoring Timers and Counters) (4) BM (buffer memory) monitor Monitors the buffer memories of the intelligent module in a batch.
  • Page 47 ■2. Switching between the full mode and quad mode The full mode and the quad mode can be switched using the screen switching button as needed. The GOT in the full mode displays one monitor screen to display many devices at once. The GOT in the quad mode divides one screen into four windows to display four monitor screens.
  • Page 48: Specifications

    This section describes the names of controllers and connection types that can be monitored using the device monitor function. For the details of the communication units cables used for each connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller Model...
  • Page 49 ■2. Connection type The device monitor function can be used for the following connection types. ○: Available, ×: Not available Serial CC-Link IE CC-Link Direct Ethernet CC-Link IE communicati Controller connection Function Controller connecti Field Network Network connection connection connection connection RCPU ×...
  • Page 50 ■4. Required hardware To display device comments on the device monitor, the data storage such as a SD card or USB memory is required. Storing comment files used for the sequence program monitor into the data storage enables displaying the device comments on monitor screens.
  • Page 51: Devices That Can Be Monitored

    3.2.2 Devices that can be monitored Devices that can be monitored differ depending on the monitor type and the controller used. ➠ ■1. Entry monitor ■2. Batch monitor ■3. TC monitor ■4. BM monitor ■5. Test operation ■1. Entry monitor The following lists the devices that can be monitored on the entry monitor.
  • Page 52 (2) Word device ○: Available, ×: Not available Safety Robot controller controller Motion QCPU Controller C70, module (MELS MELSEC controller Device RCPU module LCPU QSCPU MELD FXCPU CRnQ CRnD (MELSE EC iQ- iQ-F CPU (Q mode) AS C6/ -700 -700 C iQ-R series) Series)
  • Page 53: Batch Monitor

    ■2. Batch monitor The following lists the devices that can be monitored on the batch monitor. (1) Bit device ○: Available, ×: Not available Robot controller controll Safety Motion Control QCPU controll C70, module (MELS MELSE QSCP Device RCPU LCPU er CPU MELD FXCPU...
  • Page 54 (2) Word device ○: Available, ×: Not available Robot controller controll Safety Motion Control QCPU controll C70, module (MELS MELSE QSCP Device RCPU LCPU er CPU MELD FXCPU CRnQ- CRnD- (MELS EC iQ- C iQ-F module mode) AS C6/ EC iQ- series) Series) Series)
  • Page 55 ■3. TC monitor The following lists the devices that can be monitored on the TC monitor. (1) Bit device ○: Available, ×: Not available Robot controller controll Safety Motion Control QCPU controll C70, module (MELS MELSE QSCP Device RCPU LCPU er CPU MELD FXCPU...
  • Page 56: Test Operation

    ■5. Test operation The following lists the devices for which the test operation can be performed. (1) Bit device ○: Available, ×: Not available Robot controller controll Safety Motion Control QCPU controll C70, module (MELS MELSE QSCP Device RCPU LCPU er CPU MELD FXCPU...
  • Page 57 (2) Word device ○: Available, ×: Not available Robot controller controll Safety Motion Control QCPU controll C70, module (MELS MELSE QSCP Device RCPU LCPU er CPU MELD FXCPU CRnQ- CRnD- (MELS EC iQ- C iQ-F module mode) AS C6/ EC iQ- series) Series) Series)
  • Page 58: Access Range

    3.2.3 Access range When the GOT is connected to the remote I/O station in the MELSECNET/H network system, only the master station can be monitored. The access range other than the above is the same as the one for when the GOT is connected with a controller. For details of the access range, refer to the following.
  • Page 59: Displaying The Monitor Screen

    Display the utility screen and select the [Monitor] tab and [Device monitor]. For the display method of the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 2. The communication setting window appears. Select the connection destination and communication driver of the controller to be monitored.
  • Page 60 Display the utility screen and select the [Monitor] tab and [Device Monitor]. For the display method of the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) • Touching [Device monitor] on the [MELSEC-L troubleshooting screen When [MELSEC-L troubleshooting] is used, touch the [Device monitor] button.
  • Page 61: Names Of Each Section Of Monitor Screen

    3.3.2 Names of each section of monitor screen 1) Monitor category display Displays a monitor category of the monitor screen that is currently displayed. 2) Monitor category change key Use this button to select a monitor category. Select from [Selected], [Series], [TC monitor], and [BM monitor]. 3) Screen switch key Switches the screen display between the full screen display and the quad screen display.
  • Page 62: Display Format Of The Monitor Screen ([One Large Screen], [4 Screens])

    3.3.3 Display format of the monitor screen ([One large screen], [4 screens]) In the device monitor, the screen display format can be switched between the full mode and the quad mode. ■1. How to switch the display format To switch the display format from the full mode to the quad mode, touch the [4 screens] key. [4 screens] button To switch the display format from the quad mode to the full mode, touch the [One large screen] key.
  • Page 63: Destination Path Setting ([Connect])

    3.3.4 Destination path setting ([Connect]) ■1. Setting procedure for the destination path Step 1. Touch the [Connect] key on a device monitor screen. [Connect] key Step 2. The communication setting dialog appears. Set the destination path with referring to the following. ➠...
  • Page 64 ■2. Communication setting dialog Configure the communication setting with the monitor target when starting monitor in this dialog. (1) Screen display When the network No., station No., When the CH No. is input and CPU No. are input 1) CH No. input area Set the CH No.
  • Page 65 (2) Key functions 1) CH No. selection key Select the CH No. for connecting the monitor target. 2) [×] key Closes the communication setting window. When any of the CH No., network No., station No., and CPU No. is not input and the monitor target is not set, the communication setting window does not close.
  • Page 66: Entering Devices ([Register])

    3.3.5 Entering devices ([Register]) Enter devices to be monitored for all monitor categories. ■1. Entering procedure for the monitor device The entry monitor is taken here as an example to describe the entry procedure for the monitor device. Step 1. Display the window for entering the device by either of following operations in each monitor.
  • Page 67 Step 4. When using the entry monitor, the window for entering the device is displayed successively. After entering the device, close the dialog with the [×] key. Entry device [x] key ■2. Window for entering the device The display contents of the window for entering the device differ depending on the monitor category. Entry monitor, batch monitor, and TC monitor BM monitor 1) Device display area...
  • Page 68: Deleting A Device ([Delete])

    3.3.6 Deleting a device ([Delete]) Delete a device entered in the entry monitor. ■1. How to delete a device Step 1. Touch a device to be deleted in the entry monitor. Step 2. Touch the [Delete] key. Touch a device to be deleted.
  • Page 69: Deleting Devices At A Time ([Delete All])

    3.3.7 Deleting devices at a time ([Delete all]) Delete all the registered devices entered in the entry monitor at a time. ■1. How to delete devices at a time Step 1. Touch the [Delete all] key in the entry monitor. Touch the [Delete all] key.
  • Page 70: Test Operation For The Monitor Device ([Test])

    3.3.8 Test operation for the monitor device ([Test]) Test devices. WARNING Before performing the quick test operations of the system monitor function (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, and changing the buffer memory current value), read through the manual carefully and make yourself familiar with the operation method.
  • Page 71 Step 4. Touch a device targeted to the test operation. The device to be tested Step 5. A dialog for setting the device value according to the device display format appears. Set the device value with referring to the following. After setting the device value, touch the [ENTER] key.
  • Page 72 ■2. Ending the test mode To end the test mode, touch the [Test] key. [Test] key ■3. Dialogs for setting the device value The display contents of the dialogs for setting the device value differ depending on the device display format. For decimal number For real number For binary or hexadecimal number...
  • Page 73 ■4. Display format dialog 1) [Data size] Represents the data formats of the device. The following shows the selectable items. • [16bit(W)] • [32bit(D)] • [64bit(L)] 2) [Data type] Represents the displayable display formats for the device value. The following shows the selectable items. •...
  • Page 74: Switching The Display (Number Or Columns, Comment Display) ([Layout])

    3.3.9 Switching the display (number or columns, comment display) ([Layout]) Switch the displayed number of device columns and display or non-display of the comments. ■1. Procedure for switching the display The entry monitor is taken here as an example to describe the switch procedure for the display. Step 1.
  • Page 75: Monitoring Local Devices ([Local Monitor])

    3.3.10 Monitoring local devices ([Local monitor]) Monitor local devices. POINT POINT POINT Scan time while the GOT is using the local device monitor When the GOT is using the local device monitor, the scan time for the PLC increases. ■1. Monitoring procedure of local devices The entry monitor is taken here as an example to describe the switch procedure for the display.
  • Page 76 ■2. Ending the local device monitor To end the local device monitor, touch the [Local monitor] key. [Local monitor] key 3 - 32 3.3 Operations Common to the Monitor Screens...
  • Page 77: File Switching For Comment Display ([Change Comment])

    3.3.11 File switching for comment display ([Change comment]) The comment file to be displayed can be switched. This function cannot be used with the BM monitor. ■1. Comment files that can be displayed with the device monitor With the device monitor, comment files used for the sequence program monitor (ladder) can be displayed. The following lists the types of comment file that can be displayed.
  • Page 78: Screen Transition (Common Operation)

    3.3.12 Screen transition (common operation) Starting the device monitor Starting the device monitor from the utility from the special function switch Starting the device monitor (system monitor) from the MELSEC-L troubleshooting Display the utility. Touch the special function Touch the [Device monitor] switch (system monitor) on the MELSEC-L on the monitor screen.
  • Page 79 ■1. Starting the function by using the special function switch (System launcher) You can start the device monitor from a user-created screen by selecting the connection destination with a special function switch (System launcher). User-created screen having a special function switch The device monitor is started.
  • Page 80: Entry Monitor

    Entry Monitor The entry monitor is a function that registers the devices to monitor beforehand and monitors only the registered devices. ■1. Screen display and the key function 1) Monitor category display Displays a monitor category of the monitor screen that is currently displayed. 2) Monitor category change key Use this button to select a monitor category.
  • Page 81 Item Description Represents the display format of the device value. The character on the left represents the data range of the device. • [W]: Word (16 bits) • [D]: Double-word (32 bits) • [L]: Longword (64 bits) The character string on the right represents the display format of the device value. Display format •...
  • Page 82: Batch Monitor

    Batch Monitor The device monitor is a function that specifies the start device in a range of devices and monitors the start and the following successive devices in a batch. ■1. Screen display and the key function 1) Monitor category display Displays a monitor category of the monitor screen that is currently displayed.
  • Page 83 Item Description Device number Displays the device number of the monitor device. Device comment Displays the device comment set for the monitor device. Device value Displays the device value of the monitor device. Represents the display format of the device value. The display format can be changed when touched.
  • Page 84: Tc Monitor (Monitoring Timers And Counters)

    TC Monitor (Monitoring Timers and Counters) The TC monitor is a function that monitors only timers (T) and counters (C). At the start of the TC monitor, the program list dialog appears. Select the target program for monitoring and start monitoring. 1) Program file list Lists program files that can be the targets for the TC monitor.
  • Page 85 6) Monitor device display area Displays the monitor device display area. Device value (current value) Device value (set value) Display format Device number Device name Contact, coil display Device comment Item Description Device name Displays the device name of the monitor device. Device number Displays the device number of the monitor device.
  • Page 86: Bm Monitor (Monitoring Buffer Memory)

    BM Monitor (Monitoring Buffer Memory) The BM monitor is a function that monitors the buffer memory of special function modules. ■1. Screen display and the key function 1) Monitor category display Displays a monitor category of the monitor screen that is currently displayed. 2) Monitor category change key Use this button to select a monitor category.
  • Page 87 Item Description Represents the display format of the device value. The character on the left represents the data range of the device. • [W]: Word (16 bits) • [D]: Double-word (32 bits) • [L]: 64 bits The character string on the right represents the display format of the device value. Display format •...
  • Page 88: Error Messages And Corrective Actions

    • Refer to the following to check if a network error has occurred. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor) Because the data range was changed to A device has exceeded a specified device one with a larger number of bits, a device Change the data rage back in the previous number of bits.
  • Page 89: Sequence Program Monitor (Ladder, R Ladder)

    4. SEQUENCE PROGRAM MONITOR (LADDER, R LADDER) The sequence program monitor has two types: the sequence program monitor (Ladder) for QCPU and LCPU, and the sequence program monitor (R ladder) for RCPU. The sequence program monitor (R ladder) supports the RCPU ladder monitor only. Features With the sequence program monitor (ladder), the GOT can monitor and edit a sequence program in the ladder diagram format of a controller, and changing current device values of the program is available.
  • Page 90 ■3. Displaying registered ladder blocks is available On the Ladder registration monitor window, displaying registered ladder blocks is available. ➠ 4.6.3 ■3. Display menu (1) Ladder registration monitor window Ladder registration monitor window M112 M110 M111 M112 4 - 2 4.1 Features...
  • Page 91 ■4. Enhanced interaction with objects (one-touch ladder jump function) (1) Interaction with the special function switch The automatic PLC read or the device automatic search can be executed at startup of the sequence program monitor (Ladder) or sequence program monitor (R ladder) by the following method. Place a special function switch on a user- created screen, specify the search file and search device in the special function switch setting, and then touch the special function switch.
  • Page 92: Specifications

    This section explains the system configuration of the sequence program monitor (Ladder) and the sequence program monitor (R ladder). For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit/cable and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller Model RCPU...
  • Page 93 ■2. Connection type This function can be used in the following connection types. (○: Available, ×: Unavailable) Function Connection form between GOT and controller CC-Link IE CC-Link MELSECNET/H Direct controller connection Ethernet Serial connection *1*4 connection connection Name Description communication connection connection MELSECNET/10...
  • Page 94: Devices And Range That Can Be Monitored

    4.2.2 Devices and range that can be monitored The device range varies depending on the CPU to be used. ■1. When RCPU is connected (○: Possible, ×: Impossible) Device range Program display Device monitor display Search operation Device Input X0 to 1FFF, DX0 to FFF ○...
  • Page 95 For applicable devices and device ranges, refer to manual of the PLC CPU. Device cannot be replaced. ■2. When QCPU or LCPU is connected (○: Possible, ×: Impossible) Device range Program display Device monitor display Search operation Device Input X0 to 1FFF, DX0 to FFF ○...
  • Page 96: Access Range

    The access range 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. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 4.2.4 Precautions ■1.
  • Page 97 ■2. Precautions for sequence program monitor (R Ladder) (1) Operation while the sequence program monitor (R ladder) is running Do not perform the following operations on the GOT while the sequence program monitor (R ladder) is running. Doing so may cause the stored data to be deleted, or the sequence program monitor (R ladder) to run improperly. •...
  • Page 98: Display Operation

    To start the sequence program monitor (R ladder), touch [Monitor] → [Seq. program monitor (R Ladder)] from the main menu. For how to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 3. Set the channel No., network No., station number, and CPU number in the communication setting dialog. ➠...
  • Page 99 For the setting of automatic PLC read, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) Specifying an automatic PLC read file With the special function switch or alarm display (user), the target sequence program of automatic PLC read can be specified.
  • Page 100 (2) Starting from the special function switch To start the sequence program monitor (Ladder), touch a special function switch that has the following settings: [Sequence Program Monitor (Ladder)] is selected for [Switch Action], and [Use One-touch Ladder Jump] is selected. To start the sequence program monitor (R ladder), touch a special function switch that has the following settings: [Sequence Program Monitor (R ladder)] is selected for [Switch Action], and [Use One-touch Ladder Jump] is selected.
  • Page 101 (3) Starting from the alarm display (user) The sequence program monitor (Ladder) or (R ladder) can be started and a device having an alarm can be searched for by selecting an alarm in an alarm display (User) and touching a key code switch (to which a key code for [Display Ladder (Ladder Editor)]) is set).
  • Page 102 ■2. Changing screens The following describes how to change the screen. Start Utility Main Menu user-created monitor screen At the first startup Ladder registration Device test window monitor window Communication setting window Factor search window Password input window Jump window Device search window PLC read screen Comment file list window...
  • Page 103: Setting Ladder Data Storage Location

    Only the A drive (standard SD card) or B drive (USB drive) is available for storing ladder data. For the ladder data storage destination setting, refer to the following. When setting with GOT utility ➠ GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) When setting with GT Designer3 (GOT2000) ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 4.3.2...
  • Page 104 (2) When displaying comments in any language regardless of language set for language switching of GOT utility Step 1. Create a SEQCMNT folder in a data storage. When the SEQCMNT folder already exists, creating a new SEQCMNT folder is not required. Step 2.
  • Page 105 Step 4. Copy a comment file (.wcd) in the saved project. When the GX Works2 project is used, the creation method of a comment file (.wcd) differs depending on whether the project used can be or cannot be saved in the GX Developer format. •...
  • Page 106: Program Update Check

    4.3.3 Program update check The GOT checks if there is any difference between sequence program files read in the GOT and sequence programs stored in controllers, while the Ladder monitor screen or Ladder Editor screen is displayed. Only the sequence program monitor (Ladder) supports the program update check. ■1.
  • Page 107: Setting The Security

    4.3.4 Setting the security The device test window and Ladder editor screen displays can be limited by passwords. ■1. Specification of the security setting (1) Security types Type Description The changing screens is restricted by the Authorization Device. Restriction by bit devices The changing screens is authorized when the Authorization Device is ON.
  • Page 108 ■3. perations for the security password input dialog box (1) Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Displays the type of the password to be input. (Device test password/Ladder editor Password type password) Password input area Set the password.
  • Page 109: Setting Display Format

    Setting Display Format On the screen of the sequence program monitor (Ladder) or (R ladder), the display format of word device values or display language can be switched and the display mode of sequence programs can be changed. 4.4.1 Switching languages of sequence programs (Supported by the sequence program monitor (ladder) only) The display languages (Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, or Korean) can be switched for the Sequence program monitor (Ladder or R ladder) at monitoring.
  • Page 110: How To Operate Plc Read Screen

    How to Operate PLC Read Screen On the PLC read screen, the GOT reads sequence programs and comment files used for the sequence program monitor (Ladder) or (R ladder). The following describes how to operate the PLC read screen. 4.5.1 Displayed contents This section explains the structure of the PLC read screen and the functions of the keys displayed on the screen after the sequence program monitor (Ladder) or (R ladder) is started.
  • Page 111 Item Description Number of selected files Displays the total number of files selected in the file list (target controller) and file list (GOT). Message display area Displays error messages and others. ■1. Password input window (1) Displayed screen (For alphabet input) (For numerical input) The following table shows the displayed contents.
  • Page 112: Key Functions

    4.5.2 Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys used for operating the PLC read screen. Function Returns the screen to the last screen that is displayed right before the PLC read screen appears. [←Back] The key is disabled when the last screen is the GOT utility screen or user-created monitor screen. Displays the communication setting window.
  • Page 113 ■1. Communication setting window (1) Displayed screen 1) 3) 1) 3) The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description CH No. input area Set the CH No. for the target controller. Network No. input area Set the network No. for the target controller. Set the station No.
  • Page 114: How To Operate Ladder Monitor Screen

    ■2. Program list window Displaying the read sequence programs in a list is available. (1) Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Displays the file names and execution statuses of the read sequence programs. Sequence program file list The execution statuses show execution types set for the programs.
  • Page 115: Displayed Contents

    How to Operate Ladder Monitor Screen On the Ladder monitor screen, the GOT displays the read sequence program. The following describes how to operate the Ladder monitor screen. 4.6.1 Displayed contents The following describes the configuration of the Ladder monitor screen, menus and key functions on the screen. 4) 5) Item Description...
  • Page 116: Key Functions

    The following shows the numbers of rows and contacts that are displayable in the ladder display area. When comments are When comments are not displayed displayed Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum number of number of number of number of displayed displayed displayed displayed lines...
  • Page 117: Menus

    4.6.3 Menus The following shows operations for the menus displayed on the Ladder monitor screen. ■1. Edit menu Function Reference section Switches to the Ladder editor screen. [Start editing] This key is not available in the sequence program monitor (R ladder). ■2.
  • Page 118 ■3. Display menu Function Reference section [Hide comments] Hides the comments, statements or notes in the ladder display area. 4.4.2 [Show comments] Displays the comments, statements or notes in the ladder display area. 4.7.3 ■4. Display menu Displays the comment file list window. [Comment change] [Device Monitor] Displays the window for the device monitor.
  • Page 119 (1) Ladder registration monitor window Displaying or deleting the registered ladder blocks is available. Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description A ladder block selected on the Ladder monitor screen is added as the last registered ladder block on the Ladder registration monitor window. Ladder display area Touching the first step number displays the dialog box to delete the ladder block.
  • Page 120 How to Operate Ladder Editor Screen On the Ladder editor screen, editing sequence programs, finding devices, and displaying comments are available. The ladder editor is supported only by the sequence program monitor (Ladder). The following describes how to operate the Ladder editor screen. 4.7.1 Displayed contents ■1.
  • Page 121 POINT POINT POINT (1) Restrictions on ladder blocks that can be edited with the sequence program monitor (ladder) In the sequence program monitor (ladder), ladder blocks exceeding 25 lines cannot be edited. Even ladder blocks displayed within 24 lines with GX Works2/GX Developer may be displayed exceeding 25 lines on the GOT.
  • Page 122: How To Operate Ladder Editor Screen

    Key functions Function Closes the Enter ladder program window. The displayed contents are not reflected. Touch the key to input a normally open contact. Touch the key to input a normally closed contact. Touch the key to input a leading edge pulse. Touch the key to input a trailing edge pulse.
  • Page 123 Inputting or deleting ladders • Inputting contacts or instructions (Operation example: Inputting a contact (X0)) Step 1. Touch a position to input a contact (X0). Step 2. The Enter ladder program window appears. Step 3. Touch the key. The ladder symbol corresponding to the touched key is displayed on the ladder symbol display area. Input X0 in the text display area, and touch the [ENT] key.
  • Page 124 • Deleting contacts or instructions (Operation example: Deleting a contact (X0)) Step 1. Touch a contact (X0) to be deleted. Step 2. The Enter ladder program window appears. Step 3. Touch the [X] key. Touch the end position of the contact (X0). Touch an end position.
  • Page 125 • Inputting vertical lines or horizontal lines (Operation example: Inputting a vertical line) Step 1. Touch a position to input a vertical line. Step 2. The Enter ladder program window appears. Step 3. Touch the key. Touch the end position to input the vertical line. Touch an end position.
  • Page 126 • Deleting vertical lines or horizontal lines (Operation example: Deleting a vertical line) Step 1. Touch a position to delete a vertical line. Step 2. The Enter ladder program window appears. Step 3. Touch key. Touch the end position to delete the vertical line. Touch an end position.
  • Page 127 • Inputting rows and columns (Operation example: Inputting a row) Step 1. Touch a position to insert a row. Step 2. The Enter ladder program window appears. Step 3. Touch the [Insert row] key. The Enter ladder program window is closed, and the row is inserted. •...
  • Page 128: Key Functions

    4.7.2 Key functions The following shows the functions of keys used for operating the Ladder editor screen. Function Returns the screen to the last screen that is displayed right before the Ladder editor screen appears. [←Back] The key is disabled when the last screen is the GOT utility screen or user-created monitor screen. Displays the Edit menu.
  • Page 129 POINT POINT POINT Deleting ladders which are not converted When deleting ladders which are not converted, a dialog box is displayed. When touching the [OK] button in the dialog box, the ladders which are not converted are deleted, as well as the operation history. Therefore, the [Undo] and [Redo] keys do not operate. Also, touch the [Cancel] button to return to the previous screen.
  • Page 130 (1) Jump window Displayed contents Item Description Jump destination step Displays the input step number. number input area Keys Keys for operations in the jump window shown in (b). (Touch input) Key functions Function Closes the jump window. [Enter] Displays a row that includes the input step number on the center of the ladder display area. [Del] Deletes an input value or character.
  • Page 131 ■4. Display menu Function Reference section [Hide comments] Hides the comments, statements or notes in the ladder display area. 4.2.4 [Show comments] Displays the comments, statements or notes in the ladder display area. [Comment change] Displays the comment file list window. [Program list] Displays the program list window 4.5.2 ■2.
  • Page 132 Key functions Function Closes the Comment file list window. Scrolls the display area up and down by one line. Closes the Comment file list window and displays the ladder display area with the comments [Apply changes] of the file selected from the comment file list. ■5.
  • Page 133 (1) Verify result window Displaying the result of the program verification with the PLC is available. Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Displays the unmatched items. Verification result display Up to 100 items are displayed. The program verification is stopped when area unmatched items are more than 100.
  • Page 134 (2) PLC diagnosis window Displays the PLC diagnosis screen. Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Displays the error number of the destination PLC found by PLC diagnosis. Error No. Displays [No errors exist.] when no error occurs. Error contents Displays the message corresponding to the error number of the destination PLC.
  • Page 135 (3) Remote operation window Changing the operation status of the PLC CPU by using the remote operation is available. Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Select an operation (RUN or STOP key), and touch the [Execute] key. Operation •...
  • Page 136: Find/Replace Operation

    (4) Copy program memory data into ROM window Writing data in the program memory into a ROM is available. Displayed screen The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Touch the target ROM. • Standard ROM: Set the standard ROM in the PLC CPU as the target. Target •...
  • Page 137 • Key functions Function Closes the device search window. [AC] Deletes all the input values and characters. [Del] Deletes an input value or character. [0-9] Switches the key type to the value. [A-Z] Switches the key type to the alphabet. Searches the input device in descending order of the step number.
  • Page 138: Factor Search

    4.8.2 Factor search The contact point that affected the set device status (ON/OFF) is searched backwards in ladder blocks. Step 1. Touch the [Find] → [Factor] menu from the Ladder monitor screen to display the factor search window. Step 2. Set a device to be searched, and touch the [Enter] key •...
  • Page 139 Step 3. The Factor search window is closed and the Ladder registration monitor window is displayed. The sequence programs displayed on the ladder monitor screen are searched. Then, the factor ladder blocks for the set device are registered in order. The ladder blocks newly registered are always displayed in the Ladder monitor window during the factor search.
  • Page 140: Replace Device (Supported By The Sequence Program Monitor (Ladder) Only)

    4.8.3 Replace device (Supported by the sequence program monitor (ladder) only) The device replacement is available only in the sequence program monitor (Ladder). Step 1. Touch the [Find/Replace] → [Replace device] menu on the Ladder editor screen to display the Replace device window.
  • Page 141: Change Open/Close Cantact (Supported By The Sequence Program Monitor (Ladder) Only)

    4.8.4 Change open/close cantact (Supported by the sequence program monitor (ladder) only) The normally open/close contact switching is supported by the sequence program monitor (Ladder). Step 1. Touch the [Find/Replace] → [Change open/close cantact] menu on the Ladder editor screen to display the Change open/close cantact window.
  • Page 142: Test Operation

    Test Operation In the device test mode, device values can be changed on the screen. For setting the device test mode, refer to the following. ➠ 4.6.2 Key functions The test operation of devices is available by touching devices on the following screens in the device test mode. Screen applicable to device test mode Reference section Ladder monitor screen...
  • Page 143 ■2. Word devices (1) Displayed screen (Monitoring mode : 16-bit integer (DEC)) (Monitoring mode : 32-bit integer (HEX)) The following table shows the displayed contents. Item Description Device Displays the selected device. Device value input area Set the value to be written into the selected device. Input mode Displays the current input mode.
  • Page 144: Error Messages And Corrective Action

    4.10 Error Messages and Corrective Action This section explains the error messages displayed when the sequence program monitor (Ladder) or the sequence program monitor (R ladder) is executed, and the corrective actions. ■1. Error messages for data-storing destination access Error message Description Corrective action •...
  • Page 145 Error message Description Corrective action • Insert a data storage without a format error in the GOT. • Close the SD card cover. The GOT cannot access the Failed to verify with PLC. Please • Delete files in the data storage. temporary file in the data storage check the [drive name] drive.
  • Page 146 Error message Description Corrective action The data cannot be written to the specified CPU because the total The specified drive of the PLC CPU Reduce the capacity of the file to be written. data size may exceed the drive runs out of space. capacity.
  • Page 147 Error message Description Corrective action The specified CPU drive cannot be The specified drive of the PLC CPU Read data from the PLC, and check if the specified used. Please check the drive. does not exist. drive exists. PLC types of the program (file The PLC CPU type of the program file name) and the connected PLC are stored in the data storage differs from...
  • Page 148 Error message Description Corrective action The specified file is too large to A program file exceeding 260k steps Split the program to sections within 260k steps. read. was read. The parameter file cannot be read. Write the parameter file using the peripheral software The ladder editor function cannot No parameter file exists.
  • Page 149 Error message Description Corrective action • Edit the ladder block in 24 rows or less by using • On a ladder block, 25 or more rows GX Works2/GX Developer, and then write the There is a ladder block which are edited. program into the PLC CPU.
  • Page 150 4 - 62 4.10 Error Messages and Corrective Action...
  • Page 151: Sequence Program Monitor (Sfc)

    5. SEQUENCE PROGRAM MONITOR (SFC) Features With the sequence program monitor (SFC), the GOT can monitor SFC programs of controllers, and changing device values of the programs is available. The function improves the efficiency in troubleshooting and maintenance of PLC systems with SFC programs. The following shows features of the sequence program monitor (SFC).
  • Page 152 Touching a step or transition condition on the SFC diagram monitor screen displays an enlarged operation output/ transition condition sequence program. ■2. Switching display formats, device comment display, and languages The following are available. • Switching the display formats of device values •...
  • Page 153 ■3. Interaction with ladder monitor function By only selecting a device on the SFC diagram monitor screen and starting the ladder monitor, the GOT can search and display the device in a ladder program. ➠ 5.6.3 ■2. [Display] menu The function is useful for searching for a device used within both a SFC program and a ladder program in the ladder program.
  • Page 154: Specifications

    This section describes the system configuration for the sequence program monitor (SFC). For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit/cable and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller QCPU (Q mode)
  • Page 155: Devices And Range That Can Be Monitored

    The access range 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. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 5 - 5 5.2 Specifications...
  • Page 156: Precautions

    For how to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) • Using the special function switch (Sequence program monitor (SFC)) set in the project For how to set the special function switch, refer to the following.
  • Page 157 Step 3. Read data from the PLC and display the program list window. ➠ 5.4 How to Operate PLC Read Screen Reading data from the PLC is not required when the GOT is restarted, because SFC programs and comment files are stored in an SD card with the sequence program monitor (SFC). Step 4.
  • Page 158 ■2. Changing screens The following describes how to change the screen. Start Utility Main Menu user-created monitor screen At the first startup Active block Comment file list window list window Communication setting window Active step Step list window list window Password input window PLC Read Screen Step No./transition...
  • Page 159: Setting Sfc Data Storage Location

    Only drive A (standard SD card) or drive B (USB drive) is usable for storing SFC data. For the ladder data storage destination setting, refer to the following. When setting with GOT utility ➠ GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) When setting with GT Designer3 (GOT2000) ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 5.3.2...
  • Page 160 Step 2. In the SEQCMNT folder, create folders for CH No., network No., station No., and CPU No. of the monitored controller with a hierarchy as shown below. Item Folder name CH No. CH** Network No. NET*** Station No. ST*** CPU No.
  • Page 161: Setting Display Format

    Step 5. Store the copied comment files in the folders for each character code in the SD card. Comment character code Storage folder name SJIS code SJIS KS code GB code ASCII code ASCII (Example: Storing comment files with ASCII code in the ASCII folder.) Step 6.
  • Page 162 ■2. Setting display mode of SFC programs The display mode of SFC programs on the SFC diagram monitor screen can be set. ➠ 5.6.3 ■2. [Display] menu The MELSAP-L program display mode is available regardless of the read SFC program format (MELSAP3, MELSAP- In the MELSAP-L program display mode, operation output/transition condition sequence programs are displayed as [?????] when the GOT displays a SFC program with the MELSAP3 format.
  • Page 163: How To Operate Plc Read Screen

    How to Operate PLC Read Screen On the PLC read screen, the GOT reads SFC programs and comment files used for the sequence program monitor (SFC) from the PLC. The following describes how to operate the PLC read screen. 5.4.1 Displayed contents ■1.
  • Page 164 7) File list (GOT) Displays the program types, file names/titles, sizes, dates, and times of all the files within the drive selected in the target drive list (GOT). (The date and time show those of updated files.) A file to be read can be selected from the file list. (The selected file is highlighted.) For selecting the file name selected in the file list (target controller), the file selection in the file list (target controller) is canceled.
  • Page 165 ■3. Communication setting window (When the CH No. is input) (When the network No., station No., and CPU No. are input) 1) CH No. input area Set the CH No. for the target controller. 2) Network No. input area Set the network No. for the target controller. 3) Station No.
  • Page 166: Key Functions

    5.4.2 Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys used for operating the PLC read screen. ■1. PLC read screen The following shows the functions of the operation keys on the PLC read screen. 1) [←Back] Returns the screen to the last screen that is displayed right before the PLC read screen appears. The key is disabled when the last screen is the GOT utility screen or user-created monitor screen.
  • Page 167 ■2. Password input window The following shows the functions of the operation keys on the password input dialog. (Alphabet input) (Numeric input) 1) Cancel key Closes the password input window and cancels the password input operation. 2) Numeric key Switches the key type to the value. 3) Symbol key Switches the keys to symbol keys.
  • Page 168: How To Operate Block List Screen

    ■3. Communication setting window The following shows the functions of the operation keys on the communication setting dialog. 1) Close key Closes the communication setting window. When any of the CH No., network No., station No., and CPU No. is not input and the monitor target is not set, the communication setting window does not close.
  • Page 169: Displayed Contents

    How to Operate Block List Screen On the block list screen, the GOT displays blocks within the read SFC program in a list. The following describes how to operate the block list screen. 5.5.1 Displayed contents The following describes the configuration of the block list screen, menus and key functions on the screen. 1) PLC name Displays the label set in the PLC name setting for the target PLC CPU.
  • Page 170: Key Functions

    5.5.2 Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys used for operating the block list screen. 1) [←Back] key Returns the screen to the last screen that is displayed right before the block list screen appears. The key is disabled when the last screen is the GOT utility screen or user-created monitor screen. 2) [Device Test] key Sets the device test mode.
  • Page 171: How To Operate Sfc Diagram Monitor Screen

    How to Operate SFC Diagram Monitor Screen On the SFC diagram monitor screen, the GOT monitors and displays data of the block selected on the block list screen in the SFC diagram. The following describes how to operate the SFC diagram monitor screen. 5.6.1 Displayed contents ■1.
  • Page 172 10) SFC diagram display area Displays a SFC program in the SFC diagram format. • Step display Step No. Step Operation output sequence program Comment Jump destination block No. An operation output sequence program is displayed only in the MELSAP-L program display mode. ➠...
  • Page 173 (2) Comment display at first display of SFC diagram monitor screen The following shows the order of comment files to be used at the first display of the SFC diagram monitor screen after reading data from the PLC. (When the SD card has no comment file, no comment is displayed.) Priority order Comment files used for SFC diagram monitor screen Comment files by program within the SEQCMNT folder in the SD card...
  • Page 174: Key Functions

    5.6.2 Key functions The following shows the functions of keys used for operating the SFC diagram monitor screen. ■1. SFC diagram monitor screen 1) [←Back] key Returns the screen to the last screen that is displayed right before the SFC diagram monitor screen appears. The key is disabled when the last screen is the GOT utility screen or user-created monitor screen.
  • Page 175: Menus

    5.6.3 Menus The following shows operations for the menus displayed on the SFC diagram monitor screen. ■1. [Search] menu 1) [Device Search] Displays the device search dialog. ➠ 5.6.3 ■1. (1) Device/contact/coil search window 2) [Step No. Search] Displays the step No. search dialog. ➠...
  • Page 176 (1) Device/contact/coil search window The GOT can search for devices in a SFC program. (For alphabet input ) (For numerical input) 1) Device input area Set a device to be searched. 2) Delete all key Deletes all the input values and characters. 3) Delete key Deletes an input value or character.
  • Page 177 (2) Step No./transition condition No. search window The GOT can search for steps and transition conditions in a block. (Step No. search window) (Transition condition No. search window) 1) Block No. input area Set the block No. of the block to be searched. The GOT searches for a step or transition condition in the set block.
  • Page 178 (3) Step list window The GOT displays steps in a block. 1) Block No. Displays the block No. of the displayed block. 2) [Active Step List] key Displays the active step list window. ➠ 5.6.3 ■2. (2) Active step list window 3) Step list Displays the step numbers and step comments of the steps in the displayed block.
  • Page 179 For settings for automatically reading sequence programs, refer to the following. • When setting with GOT utility ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) • When setting with GT Designer3 (GOT2000) ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 5 - 29 5.6 How to Operate SFC Diagram Monitor Screen...
  • Page 180 (1) Comment file list window The GOT displays the comment file list. 1) Comment file list Among comment files stored in the SD card, the file names and titles of the comment files and common comment files used for the displayed SFC program are displayed. For switching comments, select a comment file to be used.
  • Page 181 (2) Active step list window The GOT displays active steps in the displayed block. 1) Block No. Displays the block No. of the displayed block. 2) [Step List] key Displays the step list window. 3) Active step list Displays the step numbers and step comments of the active steps in the displayed block. Selecting a step searches for the step, and the GOT displays the step data on the SFC diagram monitor screen.
  • Page 182 (3) Active block list window The GOT displays active blocks in the read SFC program. 1) [Block List] key Displays the block list screen. ➠ 5.5 How to Operate Block List Screen 2) Active block list Displays the block numbers and block titles of active blocks in the read SFC program. Selecting a block displays the block data on the SFC diagram monitor screen.
  • Page 183 ■3. Monitoring Mode menu 1) [16-bit integer (DEC)] Displays the device values in the device current value display area as 16-bit decimal numbers. ➠ 5.3.3 ■4. Switching display formats between decimal and hexadecimal numbers 2) [16-bit integer (HEX)] Displays the device values in the device current value display area as 16-bit hexadecimal numbers. ➠...
  • Page 184: Test Operation

    Test Operation In the device test mode of the sequence program monitor (SFC), device values can be changed on the screen. For setting the device test mode, refer to the following. ➠ 5.5.2 Key functions 5.6.2 Key functions The test operation of devices is available by touching devices on the following screens in the device test mode. Screen applicable to device test mode Reference section Block information list on the block list screen...
  • Page 185 (2) Word devices (Monitoring mode : 16-bit integer (DEC)) (Monitoring mode : 32-bit integer (HEX)) 1) Device Displays the selected device. 2) Device value input area Set the value to be written into the selected device. 3) Input mode Displays the current input mode. (DEC: decimal number, HEX: hexadecimal number) 4) Input mode switching key Switches the input modes.
  • Page 186: Error Messages And Corrective Action

    Error Messages and Corrective Action The following shows the error messages for the sequence program monitor (SFC) and the corrective actions. Error message Description Corrective action (1) Check the communications between the GOT and In the device test mode, the GOT fails to PLC CPU, and make sure that the GOT communicates Failed to write the value to the write the value into the device of the...
  • Page 187 Error message Description Corrective action The GOT cannot read the target device values of the sequence program monitor The device range has been (SFC) because the device range is Operate the GOT for reading the file from the PLC. changed. Please read the file again. changed in the PLC parameter setting during the sequence program monitor (SFC).
  • Page 188 5 - 38 5.8 Error Messages and Corrective Action...
  • Page 189: Network Monitor

    6. NETWORK MONITOR Features The network monitor function enables the GOT to monitor and display the status of the MELSECNET/H network, MELSECNET/10 network, MELSECNET(II) network, CC-Link IE Controller Network, and CC-Link IE Field Network. The features of the network monitor are described below. ■1.
  • Page 190 ■3. Monitoring available for other stations status with the other station monitor You can monitor the following status of other stations connected to the network. • Communication status of each station • Data link status of each station • Parameter status of each station •...
  • Page 191: Specifications

    This section describes the system configuration of the network monitor. For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit/cable and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller RCPU...
  • Page 192 (2) When the GOT is connected to a QCPU (Q mode), motion controller (Q series), QnACPU, or motion controller (A series) ○: Available, ×: Unavailable Function Connection type between GOT and controller MELSEC CC-Link CC-Link IE NET/H connection controller Serial Ethernet connection, Direct CPU...
  • Page 193: Network Information That Can Be Monitored

    6.2.2 Network information that can be monitored The network information that can be monitored with the network monitor and the link types are as follows. ○: Can be monitored, ×: Cannot be monitored MELSEC MELSEC MELSEC CC-Link CC-Link NET/10, CC-Link CC-Link MELSEC MELSEC...
  • Page 194 MELSEC MELSEC MELSEC CC-Link CC-Link NET/10, CC-Link CC-Link MELSEC MELSEC NET/10, NET/10, MELSEC IE field IE field Network NET(II) NET(II) MELSEC MELSEC controller controller Function NET/H network network Information master local NET/H NET/H network network remote master local station station control normal control...
  • Page 195 MELSEC MELSEC MELSEC CC-Link CC-Link NET/10, CC-Link CC-Link MELSEC MELSEC NET/10, NET/10, MELSEC IE field IE field Network NET(II) NET(II) MELSEC MELSEC controller controller Function NET/H network network Information master local NET/H NET/H network network remote master local station station control normal control...
  • Page 196: Access Range

    The access range other than 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. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 6.2.4 Precautions ■1.
  • Page 197 ■4. When monitoring MELSECNET(II) When connected to a QnACPU and the master station of the MELSECNET(II), monitoring cannot be done with the keyword being defined. ■5. When the CPU type of the connection target of the GOT is AnNCPU or AnACPU Even when using the network module of the MELSECNET/10, the network information that can be monitored is the content of the MELSECNET(II).
  • Page 198: Operations For Display

    In the utility, touch [Monitor] → [Network monitor] from the Main Menu. For information on how to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 3. Set the channel number. Set the channel number of thecontroller targeted to the network.
  • Page 199 ■1. Changing screens Utility Main Menu user-created monitor screen Communication setting window [End] key Touch the [Ch: ] Other station monitor menu screen Line monitor [End] Touch a module. ] key Touch a box. (Select a box) (Select a ] key ] key menu item) Detailed monitor...
  • Page 200 (1) Starting the function by using the special function switch (System launcher) You can start the network monitor from a user-created screen by selecting the connection destination with a special function switch to which [System Launcher] is set. User-created screen having a special function switch (System Launcher) placed System configuration screen...
  • Page 201: Operation Procedures

    Operation Procedures This section describes the information and key functions displayed on the network monitor screen. The display screen of the network monitor varies depending on the GOT used. ➠ 6.4.1 Line monitor 6.4.2 Detailed monitor 6.4.3 Other station monitor 6.4.4 Other station communication status monitor 6.4.5 Other station data link status monitor 6.4.6 Other station parameter status monitor...
  • Page 202 2) [F-loop] This shows the status of the F-loop (Forward loop). The following shows the display items. • [OK] • [NG] The loop names vary depending on the network system to be monitored as shown below. MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10, CC-Link IE controller network CC-Link IE field network MELSECNET(II) network systems Forward loop...
  • Page 203 8) Loop status For the MELSECNET/H and MELSECNET/10 network systems, the loop status is displayed as shown below. F indicates the forward loop and R indicates the reverse loop. Forward loop: OK Forward loop: OK Forward loop: NG Reverse loop: OK Reverse loop: NG Reverse loop: OK Loopback in execution...
  • Page 204: Other Station Monitor

    When the GOT target is AnACPU or AnNCPU "MELSECNET(II)" is displayed even if a MELSECNET/10 network module is installed. In addition, if there is a master station and local station, module 1 of the line monitor is displayed as "Master station"...
  • Page 205 6.4.2 Detailed monitor This section describes the detailed monitor and the common operations used when executing the line monitor. ■1. Display contents and keys functions: acting as a MELSECNET/H or MELSECNET/10 Control station/normal station This section describes the contents of the detailed monitor and the function of on-screen keys. All these are displayed and used when the host acts as the control station/normal station on the MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10.
  • Page 206 Item Description Shows the current communications status of the host. • [D-Link in prog] • [D-Link Stop (A)] • [D-Link Stop (H)] • [B-Pass excut] • [Disconnection] [Com Status] • [Loop test] • [Set Conf. test] • [Sta Odr. Conf.] •...
  • Page 207 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the detailed monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the line monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the detailed monitor and returns to the screen where the network monitor function was executed. 6 - 19 6.4 Operation Procedures...
  • Page 208 ■2. Display contents and keys functions: acting as a MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 remote master station This section describes the screen configuration of the detailed monitor and the function of on-screen keys when the host acts as the remote master station on the MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10. (1) Displayed contents 1) [TsSt' Info] The following shows the display items.
  • Page 209 4) [Constant LS] The following shows the display items. Item Description [Constant LS] Indicates the predetermined time of constant link scans. 5) [LoopBK Info] The following shows the display items. Item Description Shows the status of the forward loop lines of the host. •...
  • Page 210 ■3. Display contents and keys functions: acting as a MELSECNET(II) master station This section describes the screen configuration of the detailed monitor and the function of on-screen keys when the host acts as the master station on the MELSECNET(II). (1) Displayed contents 1) [TsSt' Info] The following shows the display items.
  • Page 211 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the detailed monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the line monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the detailed monitor and returns to the screen where the network monitor function was started. 6 - 23 6.4 Operation Procedures...
  • Page 212 ■4. Display contents and keys functions: acting as a MELSECNET(II) local station This section describes the screen configuration of the detailed monitor and the function of on-screen keys when the host acts as the local station on the MELSECNET(II). (1) Displayed contents 1) [TsSt' Info] The following shows the display items.
  • Page 213 6) [LoopBK Info] The following shows the display items. Item Description Shows the status of the forward loop lines of the host. [FLoop] • [Normal] • [NG] Shows the status of the forward loop lines of the host. [RLoop] • [Normal] •...
  • Page 214 ■5. Display contents and keys functions when monitoring CC-Link IE controller network This section describes the screen configuration of the detailed monitor and the functions of on-screen keys when the GOT monitors a control station or normal station on the CC-Link IE controller network set as the host station. (1) Displayed contents 1) [TsSt' Info] The following shows the display items.
  • Page 215 Item Description Displays the reason for the interrupted communication. [Normal Comm] is displayed with normal communications. • [Cable disconnct] • [Wrong cable] • [Checking cables] [Cause of Ssp] • [Disconnct/retrn] • [Offline mode] • [Offline test] • [Self-check mode] When the station is in the hardware test mode, self-loopback test mode, circuit test mode, or station-to-station test mode, [Offline test] is displayed.
  • Page 216 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the detailed monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the line monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the detailed monitor and returns to the screen where the network monitor function was started. ■6.
  • Page 217 2) [CtrlSt Info] The following shows the display items. Item Description [Spc Ctrl Sta] [---] is displayed. [Curr Ctrl Sta] [---] is displayed. [Com Info] [---] is displayed. [SubCtrl Sta Com] [---] is displayed. 3) [D-Link Info] The following shows the display items. Item Description [Total of L-Sta]...
  • Page 218 5) [LoopBK Info] The following shows the display items.s Item Description Shows the status of the PORT1-side loop. • [Normal] [PORT1 Loop] • [LoopBK Trans] • [D-Link Impo] Shows the status of the PORT2-side loop. • [Normal] [PORT2 Loop] • [LoopBK Trans] •...
  • Page 219 6.4.3 Other station monitor This section describes the structure of the monitor screen and the common operations used when executing the other station monitor. ■1. Display contents and keys functions: other station monitor menu This section describes the other station monitor menu screen and the function of on-screen keys. The menu screen for the other station monitor is displayed by touching a module number displayed on the host monitor screen.
  • Page 220: Other Station Communication Status Monitor

    (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the line monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor function was started.
  • Page 221 2) Communication error station Any station in an abnormal condition is highlighted. 3) Reserved station Reserved stations are displayed as normal stations. (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station communication status monitor screen.
  • Page 222: Other Station Data Link Status Monitor

    6.4.5 Other station data link status monitor This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the other station data link status monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the screen configuration of the other station data link status monitor and the function of on- screen keys.
  • Page 223 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station data link status monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the other station monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station data link status monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor was started.
  • Page 224: Other Station Parameter Status Monitor

    6.4.6 Other station parameter status monitor This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the other station data link status monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the screen configuration of the other station parameter status monitor and the function of on- screen keys.
  • Page 225 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station parameter status monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the other station monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station parameter status monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor was started.
  • Page 226: Other Station Cpu Operation Status Monitor

    6.4.7 Other station CPU operation status monitor This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the other station CPU operation status monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the screen configuration of the other station CPU operation status monitor and the function of on-screen keys.
  • Page 227 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station CPU operation status monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the other station monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station CPU operation status monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor was started.
  • Page 228: Other Station Cpu Run Status Monitor

    6.4.8 Other station CPU RUN status monitor This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the other station CPU RUN status monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the other station CPU RUN status monitor and the function of on-screen keys. This screen cannot be displayed for a remote I/O network system.
  • Page 229 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station CPU RUN status monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the other station monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station CPU RUN status monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor was started.
  • Page 230: Other Station Loop Status Monitor

    6.4.9 Other station loop status monitor This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the other station loop status monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the screen configuration of the other station loop status monitor and the function of on-screen keys.
  • Page 231 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the other station loop status monitor screen. 1) [RET] key Returns to the other station monitor. 2) [END] key Exits the other station loop status monitor screen and returns to the screen where the network monitor was started.
  • Page 232: Error Message And Corrective Action

    Error Message and Corrective Action The following shows the error messages that are displayed during the network monitor operation and how to handle them. Error message Contents of error Action to take Set the channel number in the Communication Communication channel setup error There is no channel for communication.
  • Page 233: Q Motion Monitor

    7. Q MOTION MONITOR Features The Q motion monitor enables the servo monitoring and parameter setting of the motion controller CPU. The following are the features of the Q motion monitor. ■1. Various servo monitoring on multiple monitor screens The Q motion monitor function has multiple monitor screens, on which you can monitor servo data in a variety of patterns.
  • Page 234 • Positioning Monitor Monitors the details of the positioning data set to any axis. ➠ 7.4.8 Positioning Monitor screen • Error List Designated-Axis Displays the latest errors that occurred on the specified axis. ➠ 7.4.7 Error List Designated-Axis screen ■2. Servo parameter setting by writing operation Write example: Changing the setting of the auto tuning function Parameter setting screen Parameter setting window appears...
  • Page 235: Specifications

    This section describes the system configuration of the Q motion monitor. For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit/cable and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Target controller Controller *1*2 Motion controller CPU (Q series) To use Q172CPU or Q173CPU, its serial number must be as shown below.
  • Page 236: Access Range

    The access range 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. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 7.2.3 Precautions ■1.
  • Page 237: Operations For Display

    In the utility, touch [Monitor] → [Motion monitor] from the main menu. For information on to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Utility) Step 3. Set the channel number. Set the channel number of the controller monitoring the Q motion.
  • Page 238 Step 5. Touch the [Parameter Set.] key to display the parameter setting screen. When you have set a password in [Motion Parameter Display] on GT Designer3 (GOT2000), enter the password. ➠ 7.4.11 Parameter setting screen Select the servo parameter to be set. Change the servo parameter setting and write the new servo parameter to the motion controller CPU.
  • Page 239 ■1. Changing screens Start Utility Main Menu user-created monitor screen Communication setting window [END] key [Ch:] key [Sys. Conf] [Parameter Set.] System Configuration screen (Select the motion controller CPU to be monitored.) [Motion Monitor] key [END] key [END] key Password input key window Monitor menu screen [Sys.
  • Page 240 (1) Starting the function by using the special function switch (System launcher) You can start the Q motion monitor from a user-created screen by selecting the connection destination with a special function switch to which [System Launcher] is set. User-created screen having a special function switch System configuration The Q motion monitor is started.
  • Page 241: Operation Procedures

    Operation Procedures This section explains screen operations to be performed when using the Q motion monitor. The display screen of the Q motion monitor varies depending on the GOT used. ➠ 7.4.1 System configuration screen layout 7.4.2 Setting method for other station monitoring 7.4.3 Monitor Menu screen 7.4.4 Present Value Monitor screen 7.4.5 SFC Error History screen...
  • Page 242: Setting Method For Other Station Monitoring

    (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the system configuration screen. 1) Motion controller CPU status display Selects the motion controller CPU where servo monitor/servo parameter setting is performed. 2) [ch:2] key Displays the communication setting window.
  • Page 243 Step 2. The following window appears after the channel No. is selected. Set the network number of the target controller and the CPU station number. Step 3. After selecting the station number, touch the [Enter] key. The communication setting window closes and the system configuration of the set monitor destination is displayed.
  • Page 244: Monitor Menu Screen

    (2) Key functions 1) [×] key Closes the communication setting window. When any of the CH No., network No., station No., and CPU No. is not input and the monitor target is not set, the communication setting window does not close. 2) Input area movement key Moves the cursor among the input areas.
  • Page 245: Present Value Monitor Screen

    3) [Error List] key Displays the history of errors that occurred on and after the leading edge of PLC ready (M2000). ➠ 7.4.6 Error List screen 4) [Error List Axis] key Displays the latest errors that occurred on the specified axis. ➠...
  • Page 246 4) Bit device screen The common bit devices are always monitored and displayed. • Bit devices for error detection: marked with a red circle • Bit devices for general status display: marked with a green circle (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the present value monitor screen. 1) [Feed PV] key, [Actual PV] key The key is displayed in the real mode or the advanced synchronous control mode.
  • Page 247: Sfc Error History Screen

    7.4.5 SFC Error History screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations on the SFC error history screen. ■1. SFC Error History screen The following describes the display data of the SFC error history screen and the functions of the keys displayed on the screen.
  • Page 248 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the SFC error history screen. 1) [Mon. Menu] key Returns to the monitor menu screen. 2) [END] key Exits the SFC Error History screen and returns to the screen where the Q motion monitor was started. 3) [Print Screen] key Stores the displayed screen to the SD card in the BMP or JPEG format.
  • Page 249: Error List Screen

    7.4.6 Error List screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations on the error list screen. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the display data of the Error List screen and the key functions displayed on the screen. (1) Displayed contents The error list screen displays the error which occurs in the motion controller CPU.
  • Page 250 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the error list screen. 1) [Mon. Menu] key Returns to the monitor menu screen. 2) [END] key Exits the Error List screen and returns to the screen where the Q motion monitor was started. 3) [Print Screen] key Stores the displayed screen to the SD card in the BMP or JPEG format.
  • Page 251: Error List Designated-Axis Screen

    7.4.7 Error List Designated-Axis screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the error list designated-axis is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the display data of the Error List Designated-Axis screen and the key functions displayed on the screen.
  • Page 252 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the error list designated-axis screen. In the real mode or the advanced synchronous control mode In virtual mode 1) [1Ax] key Switches the axes to be monitored. This item is available only in the real mode.
  • Page 253: Positioning Monitor Screen

    7.4.8 Positioning Monitor screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the positioning monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the display data of the Positioning Monitor screen and the key functions displayed on the screen.
  • Page 254 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the positioning monitor screen. In the real mode or the advanced synchronous control mode In virtual mode 1) [Data Item 1Ax] Changes the axes to be monitored. 2) [RET] key Returns to the previous screen.
  • Page 255: Servo Monitor Screen

    7.4.9 Servo Monitor screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the servo monitor is executed. ■1. Display contents and key functions This section describes the display data of the Servo Monitor screen and the key functions displayed on the screen. (1) Displayed contents 1) Ax Displays the axis number currently being monitored.
  • Page 256: Present Value History Monitor Screen

    4) [Print Screen] key Stores the displayed screen to the SD card in the BMP or JPEG format. For further information about hard copies, refer to the following: ➠ 7.4.12 Hard copy output 5) [Cancel Print] The operation of this key is invalid. 7.4.10 Present Value History Monitor screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when the present value history monitor is...
  • Page 257 4) PWR ON, PWR OFF Displays the four past present values of the ABS axis at servo amplifier power-on/off. At power-on • Power-on time • Encoder present value Multi-revolution data of initial encoder Single-revolution data of initial encoder • Servo command value after recovery •...
  • Page 258: Parameter Setting Screen

    7.4.11 Parameter setting screen This section describes the structure of the screen and the common operations when you configure the parameter setting. ■1. Display contents and key functions You can set the servo parameters (basic parameters/adjustment parameters) of the connected motion controller CPU. This section describes the display data of the parameter setting screen and the key functions displayed on the screen.
  • Page 259 6) [Print Screen] key Stores the displayed screen to the SD card in the BMP or JPEG format. For further information about hard copies, refer to the following: ➠ 7.4.12 Hard copy output 7) [Cancel Print] The touch operation of this key is invalid. ■2.
  • Page 260 ■3. Parameter setting operation As an example of the parameter setting operation, the following describes how to change the setting of [Auto tuning]. Step 1. Select the item whose parameter is to be set with the item selection keys, and touch the [CHG] key. Step 2.
  • Page 261: Hard Copy Output

    7.4.12 Hard copy output This section describes how to store a screen to the SD card in the BMP or JPEG format when the Q motion monitor is executed. Hard copy output operations are performed by touching the [Print Screen] or [Cancel Print] key displayed on the screen. The output target of hard copy can be set in [Hard Copy] of GT Designer3 (GOT2000).
  • Page 262: Error Messages And Corrective Action

    Error Messages and Corrective Action This section describes the error messages that may be displayed during Q motion monitor operation and their corrective action. Error message Error definition Corrective action • Check the status of the connection between the controller and the Communication cannot be established with the No.
  • Page 263: Intelligent Module Monitor

    8. INTELLIGENT MODULE MONITOR Features With the intelligent module monitor, you can use dedicated screens to monitor the buffer memory of the intelligent function module and make changes to the data. In addition, you can monitor the signal statuses of the I/O modules. The features of the intelligent module monitor are described below.
  • Page 264: Specifications

    For connection type settings and precautions regarding the communication unit, cable and connection type, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■1. Targeted equipments for the intelligent module monitor (1) PLC CPU...
  • Page 265 (2) Intelligent function module and I/O module PLC CPU and motion controller CPU Intelligent function module I/O module R60AD4, R60ADV8, R60ADI8, R60DA4, R60DAV8, R60DAI8, RD62P2, RD62P2E, RD62D2, RD75P2, RX10, RX40C7, RX41C4, RX42C4, RY40NT5P, RCPU RD75P4, RD75D2, RD75D4, RD77MS2, RD77MS4, RY41NT2P, RY42NT2P, RY10R2, RD77MS8, RD77MS16, RD77GF4, RD77GF8, RH42C4NT2P RD77GF16...
  • Page 266: Access Range

    LCPU LJ71C24, LJ71C24-R2 For details of module names, refer to the GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1. • The following restrictions apply when monitoring other stations of MELSECNET/II data link systems. Only the host and master stations can be monitored when the connected station is a local station.
  • Page 267: Precautions

    For the routing parameter setting, refer to the following. Routing parameter setting for the GOT ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) For GT Works3 Version1 Routing parameter setting for PLC CPU ➠ Q Corresponding MELSECNET/H Network System Reference Manual (PLC to PLC network) ■6.
  • Page 268 After the utility is displayed, touch [Monitor] → [Intelligent module monitor] from the Main Menu. For how to display the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 3. Set the channel number, network number, station number.
  • Page 269: Operations For Display

    Step 7. Select from the menu. The Intelligent Module Monitor Screen is displayed by selecting it from the menu. ➠ 8.4.6 Specifying a module to monitor and selecting monitor menu Step 8. Display the monitor screen for the intelligent module. Check the data for the module with the displayed contents.
  • Page 270 ■1. Changing screens The following describes how to change the screen. (1) When using RCPU, QCPU (Q mode), Q series motion controller CPU, QSCPU, or LCPU Utility Main Menu At the first startup user-created monitor screen Communication setting window [ChNETPCNo] key Error details screen Error cause/ [Basic mode]...
  • Page 271 (2) Starting the function by using the special function switch (System launcher) You can start the intelligent module monitor from a user-created screen by selecting the connection destination with a special function switch to which [System Launcher] is set. User-created screen having The intelligent module monitor a special function switch System configuration...
  • Page 272: Operation Of Each Intelligent Module Monitor Screen

    Operation of Each Intelligent Module Monitor Screen This section describes the operations of the screens when using the intelligent module monitor. ➠ 8.4.1 Composition of the system configuration screen and key functions 8.4.2 Setting method for other station monitoring 8.4.3 Composition of PC Information monitor screen and key functions 8.4.4 Composition of the unit detail info screen and key functions 8.4.5 Composition of the intelligent module monitor screen and key functions 8.4.6 Specifying a module to monitor and selecting monitor menu...
  • Page 273 (2) Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the entry monitor screen. 1) [ChNETPCNo.] key Displays the communication setting window. 2) [END] key Closes the monitoring and returns the screen to the one for starting the intelligent module monitor. 3) Icon of PLC CPU, Icon of intelligent function module If the icon of a PLC CPU is touched, the screen switches to the PC information monitor screen.
  • Page 274: Setting Method For Other Station Monitoring

    8.4.2 Setting method for other station monitoring The following shows the setting methods for monitoring other stations with intelligent module monitor. Step 1. When the intelligent module monitor is started for the first time, the communication setting window is automatically opened by displaying the system configuration screen. Otherwise, touch the [ChNETPLCNo.] key in the System Configuration screen to display the communication setting window.
  • Page 275 ■1. Communication setting window (1) Displayed screen 1) 3) (When the CH No. is input) (When the network No., station No., and CPU No. are input) 1) CH No. input area Set the CH No. for the target controller. The setting range is [1] to [4]. 2) Network No.
  • Page 276: Composition Of Pc Information Monitor Screen And Key Functions

    3) [Enter] key Moves the cursor when the cursor is in the CH No. input area, network No. input area, or station No. input area. When the cursor is in the CPU No. input area and settings for the CH No., network No., and station No. are completed, the communication setting window closes and the PLC read screen appears.
  • Page 277 5) [Error Record] Displays the error record. The number of error events to be displayed varies depending on the monitored PLC CPU. • When monitoring the RCPU Up to 16 error events can be displayed. • When monitoring the QCPU (Q mode) or LCPU Up to 100 error events can be displayed.
  • Page 278 (2) Error details screen Displayed contents 1) Monitored station display Displays the channel number, network number and station number of the monitored station. 2) Touch key Displays the keys that are used for the operation on the error details screen. 3) [Error details] Displays the common error information and individual error information based on the information stored in SD4 and SD5 of the LCPU.
  • Page 279 (3) Continuation error clear screen Displayed contents 1) Monitored station display Displays the channel number, network number and station number of the monitored station. 2) Touch key Displays the keys that are used for the operation on the Continuation error clear screen. 3) Continuation error list Displays the status of removable continuation errors , and error messages.
  • Page 280 Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the continuation error clear screen. 1) [RET] key Returns the screen to the PC Information monitor screen. ➠ 8.4.3 Composition of PC Information monitor screen and key functions 2) [END] key Closes the monitoring and returns the screen to the one for starting the intelligent module monitor.
  • Page 281 ■2. When using the QSCPU (1) PC Information monitor screen Displayed contents 1) Monitored station display Displays the channel number, network number, and station number of the monitored station. 2) Touch key The keys used for the operations on the system configuration screen. 3) [CPU working state] Displays the QSCPU operation status.
  • Page 282 7) Log list Displays the operation status, error information, and others of the monitored PLC CPU. Item Description Displays the log types. The following items are displayed. • [Ope] [Type] Operation log • [Err] Error log [No.] Displays the operation codes or error codes. Displays the 4-digit detail codes of the operation logs or the error logs for the errors occurred [Detail] in the CC-Link Safety system remote I/O module.
  • Page 283 4) [Order display] key Sorts the log list in ascending or descending order. 5) [Log] key Switches the number of events displayed in the log list. The number of events to be displayed is changeable by switching between the following items. •...
  • Page 284 Key functions 1) [RET] key Returns the screen to the PC Information monitor screen. ➠ 8.4.3 Composition of PC Information monitor screen and key functions 2) [END] key Closes the monitoring and returns the screen to the one for starting the intelligent module monitor. (3) Error details screen Displayed contents (Example) Error details screen for safety CPU error...
  • Page 285 4) [Common error information], [Indvidual error information] Displays the common error information and the individual error information according to the information stored in SD4 and subsequent devices of the QSCPU. For the common error information and the individual error information, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 286: Composition Of The Unit Detail Info Screen And Key Functions

    8.4.4 Composition of the unit detail info screen and key functions This section describes the structure of the Unit Detail Info screen that is displayed by specifying a module on the System Configuration screen at Info. mode, and the key functions displayed on the screen. The GOT displays the Unit Detail Info screen only when using the following controllers.
  • Page 287 3) [Positioning] key Displayed only when displaying information of the LCPU built-in I/O module. This button is available when [Positioning axis 1] or [Positioning axis 2] is set to [Use] in the parameter. Shifts to the positioning monitor screen. ➠ (1) Positioning monitor screen 4) [HS Counter] key Displayed only when displaying information of the LCPU built-in I/O module.
  • Page 288 Key functions 1) [RET] key Return to the unit detail info screen. ➠ 8.4.4 Composition of the unit detail info screen and key functions 2) [END] key Closes the monitoring and returns the screen to the one for starting the intelligent module monitor. 3) [Axis1] key, [Axis2] key ([Error Reset]) Resets the error of the [Axis1] or [Axis2].
  • Page 289 3) [High-speed counter monitor] Displays the operation status of the high-speed counter function. The operation status is displayed or hidden according to the parameter settings of built-in functions. 4) [Preset value set] Displays the current value of the CH1 and CH2. Touch the current value and the data change window is displayed.
  • Page 290 (3) Data change window Displayed contents 1) Entered value display area Displays the entered value. 2) Touch key Displays the keys used in the operation of the data change window. Key functions The following shows the functions of the keys that are used for the operations on the data change window. 1) [×] key Closes the data change window.
  • Page 291 (4) I/O monitor screen. Displayed contents 1) Monitored station display Displays the channel number, network number and station number of the monitored station. 2) Touch key Displays the keys used for the operations in the I/O monitor screen. 3) [Input signal], [Details] Displays the status and values of functions assigned to the input signal.
  • Page 292: Composition Of The Intelligent Module Monitor Screen And Key Functions

    8.4.5 Composition of the intelligent module monitor screen and key functions This section describes the structure of the monitor screen and the functions of the keys displayed on the screen. The monitor screen is displayed by specifying a module on the system configuration screen in basic mode when the RCPU, QCPU (Q mode), QSCPU, or LCPU is used.