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Data logging function
The special registers for data logging function are shown below.
R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write
No.
Name
SD1210
Data logging setting No.1 Latest storage file number [Low-
order]
SD1211
Data logging setting No.1 Latest storage file number
[High-order]
SD1212
Data logging setting No.1 Oldest storage file number
[Low-order]
SD1213
Data logging setting No.1 Oldest storage file number
[High-order]
SD1214
Data logging setting No.1 Internal buffer free space
SD1215
Data logging setting No.1 Number of processing overflow
occurrences
SD1216
Data logging setting No.1 Data logging error cause
SD1220 to
Data logging setting No.2
SD1226
SD1230 to
Data logging setting No.3
SD1236
SD1240 to
Data logging setting No.4
SD1246
Data backup/restoration function
The special registers for data backup/restoration function are shown below.
R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write
No.
Name
SD1350
Number of uncompleted folders/files of CPU module data
backup/restoration
SD1351
Progression status of CPU module data backup/
restoration
Mask pattern of interrupt pointers
The special registers for the mask pattern of interrupt pointers are shown below.
R: Read only, R/W: Read/Write
No.
Name
SD1400
Mask pattern I
SD1401
Mask pattern I
APPX
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Appendix 2 Special Register List
Description
This register stores the latest storage file number.
This register stores the oldest storage file number.
This register stores the free space size of the internal buffer (K
bytes).
This register stores the number of processing overflow
occurrences.
This register stores the data logging error cause.
0: No error
Other than 0: Error codes
Same configuration as the setting No.1
Same configuration as the setting No.1
Same configuration as the setting No.1
Description
This register indicates the number of folders/files where the
backup/restoration of the CPU module is not completed. When
the backup/restoration processing is started, the total number of
folders and files to be backed up or restored is stored. The
number is reduced one each time one folder/file is backed up or
restored, and 0 is stored when all the data is backed up or
restored.
This register indicates the progression status of the backup or
restoration as a percentage. (Range of the value: 0 to 100 (%))
"0" is set at the start of CPU module data backup/restore.
Description
This register stores the IMASK instruction mask pattern I.
b15 to b0: I15 to I0
This register stores the IMASK instruction mask pattern I.
b15 to b0: I31 to I16
R/W
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R/W
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