Details of Output Signals
The ON/OFF timing and conditions of the output signals are shown below.
All axis servo ON
*1 The positioning signal, whose axis number exceeds the number of controlled axes, cannot be used.
11 SPECIFICATIONS OF I/O SIGNALS WITH CPU MODULES
11.3 Details of Output Signals
OFF: PLC READY OFF
(a) This signal notifies the Simple Motion module that the CPU module is normal.
ON: PLC READY ON
• It is turned ON/OFF with the program.
(b) When the data (parameter, etc.) are changed, this signal is turned OFF depending on
(c)The following processes are carried out when this signal turns from OFF to ON.
• The parameter setting range is checked.
• The READY signal [X0] turns ON.
(d) The following processes are carried out when this signal turns from ON to OFF. In these
• The READY signal [X0] turns OFF.
• The operating axis stops.
• The M code ON signal ([Md.31] Status: b12) for each axis turns OFF, and "0" is stored in
"[Md.25] Valid M code".
(e) When parameters or positioning data (No. 1 to 600) are written from the engineering tool
OFF: Servo OFF
• The servo for all the servo amplifiers connected to the Simple Motion module is turned
ON: Servo ON
ON or OFF.
OFF: Positioning start not
• Home position return operation or positioning operation is started.
• The positioning start signal is valid at the rising edge, and the operation is started.
ON: Positioning start
• When this signal turns ON during BUSY, the warning "Start during operation" (warning
code: 0900H) will occur.
the parameter. (Page 542 Memory Configuration and Data Process)
cases, the OFF time should be set to 100 ms or more.
or CPU module to the flash ROM, this signal will turn OFF.