The monitor screens are designed to confirm the device status of PLC CPU and to make the response for PLC system
trouble more efficient.
In this manual, the overview of the monitor screens and the operation procedure until displaying the screen are described.
For display contents and operation procedure of monitor screens, refer to the following manual.
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor)
Function of monitor screens
The following shows the functions that can be performed with the monitor screens.
The sequence program monitor (R ladder) will be supported soon.
Sequence program monitor (Ladder)
Sequence program monitor (R ladder)
FX ladder monitor
Intelligent module monitor
Servo amplifier monitor
Q motion monitor
R motion monitor
CNC monitor 2
Sequence program monitor (SFC)
Motion SFC monitor
Network status display
FX list editor
CNC machining program edit
CNC data I/O
CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics
Displays the menu for a module selected in the system configuration diagram, and launches a target application
from the menu.
Monitors or tests the devices of a PLC CPU and the buffer memory of an intelligent function module.
Monitors the program of a QCPU or LCPU in the ladder format.
Monitors the program of an RCPU in the ladder format.
Monitors the program of a PLC CPU in the ladder format.
Monitors the status of the MELSECNET/H network, MELSECNET(II) network, CC-Link IE Controller Network,
and CC-Link IE Field Network.
Monitors the buffer memory of an intelligent function module on a dedicated screen
and the signal status of an I/O module. Data change is also available on the dedicated screen.
Various monitor functions, parameter change, test operation, etc. of the servo amplifier are available.
The servo monitor and the parameter setting of the motion controller CPU (Q series) are available.
The servo monitor and the parameter setting of the motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R series) are available.
The position display monitor, alarm diagnosis monitor, tool compensation parameter, and program monitor, and
others, which are equivalent to the MELDAS dedicated display, are available.
Monitors the information required for the operation, setup, diagnosis, and maintenance of the CNC C80
connected to the GOT. Setting and inputting or outputting the data of the CNC C80 are also available.
Monitors the program of a PLC CPU in the SFC diagram format (MELSAP3 or MELSAP-L format).
Monitors the motion SFC programs and device values in a motion controller CPU (Q series).
Views logging data collected by a high speed data logger module or LCPU. Reads logging data via the GOT.
Monitors the network status using a communication unit mounted on the GOT.
The sequence program of FXCPU can be list edited.
Editing the machining program of the CNC connected to the GOT is available.
Copying, verifying, and deleting the machining programs, parameters, and others of the CNC connected to the
GOT is available.
Displays the status of a LCPU and the buttons to call up the functions for troubleshooting.
Monitors iQSS-compatible sensors. Parameter change is also available.
Reads the data prior to and subsequent to an alarm from a connected servo amplifier, and displays the data
(including motor current values and position commands) in waveform or list form on the GOT.
Performs diagnostics and troubleshooting of the CC-Link IE Field Network.
5.1 Monitor Screens
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