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GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000
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User's Manual (Hardware)

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    GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware)

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Thank you for choosing Mitsubishi Electric Graphic Operation Terminal (Mitsubishi Electric 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.

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    [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 The POWER LED blinks (orange/blue), the display section dims, and inputs by a touch switch are disabled.

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    • GT27,GT25,GT23 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. Doing so can cause IP address duplication at the GOT startup, adversely affecting the communication of the device with the IP address 192.168.0.18.

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    [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION When mounting the GOT to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range with a Phillips-head screwdriver No. 2. • GT27, GT2512, GT2510, GT2508, GT23, GT2107 Specified torque range (0.36 N•m to 0.48 N•m) •...

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    [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION For GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, and GT2508F-V, attach an environmental protection sheet dedicated to the open frame model (sold separately) to the display section. Or, attach a user-prepared environmental protection sheet. Not doing so may damage or soil the GOT or cause foreign matter to enter the GOT, resulting in a failure or malfunction.

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    [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION When grounding the FG terminal and LG terminal of the GOT power supply section, note the following points. Not doing so may cause an electric shock or malfunction. • GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107, GT2105-Q Make sure to ground the FG terminal and LG terminal of the GOT power supply section solely for the GOT (ground resistance: 100 Ω...

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    [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Plug the communication cable into the GOT interface or the connector of the connected unit, and tighten the mounting screws and the terminal screws in the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction. Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or unit.

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    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.

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    [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.

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    [PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE DATA STORAGE IS IN USE] CAUTION When removing the SD card from the GOT, make sure to support the SD card by hand as it may pop out. Not doing so may cause the SD card to drop from the GOT, resulting in a failure or break. When inserting a USB device into a USB interface of the GOT, make sure to insert the device into the interface firmly.

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    [PRECAUTIONS FOR REMOTE CONTROL] WARNING Remote control is available through a network by using GOT functions, including theSoftGOT-GOT link function, the remote personal computer operation function, the VNC server function, and the GOT Mobile function. If these functions are used to perform remote control of control equipment, the field operator may not notice the remote control, possibly leading to an accident.

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    [TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations. (Refer to 13.9 Transportation Precautions 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 15: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................A - 1 CONTENTS ............................A - 13 List of Manuals for GT Works3 ....................... A - 19 Abbreviations, Generic Terms, the meaning of the icon ................. A - 21 1. OVERVIEW GOT ..............................1 - 2 Features............................

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS GT27 ..............................4 - 2 GT25-W ............................4 - 6 GT25-S, GT25-V..........................4 - 8 GT25HS-V ............................. 4 - 14 GT23 .............................. 4 - 18 GT21 .............................. 4 - 20 5. EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE Overview ............................

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    Installing the GOT.......................... 6 - 31 6.6.1 GT27, GT25, GT23 ........................ 6 - 31 6.6.2 GT21 ............................6 - 39 Removing the GOT........................6 - 42 6.7.1 GT27, GT25, GT23 ........................ 6 - 42 6.7.2 GT21 ............................6 - 45 Handling Handy GOT ........................

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    7. OPTION AND COMMUNICATION CABLE FOR HANDY GOT Connector Conversion Box ......................7 - 2 7.1.1 Applicable Connector Conversion Box..................7 - 2 7.1.2 Connector Conversion Box (GT16H-CNB-42S) ............... 7 - 2 Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover ................... 7 - 19 7.2.1 Applicable emergency stop SW guard cover .................

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    11. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 11.1 Daily Inspection ..........................11 - 3 11.2 Periodic Inspection ........................11 - 4 11.3 Screen Cleaning Method ....................... 11 - 5 11.4 Low-voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement ............. 11 - 6 12. TROUBLESHOOTING 12.1 GOT Restoration Sheets .......................

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    13.10 Calculating consumed current of GT2705-V................13 - 48 REVISIONS WARRANTY A - 18...

  • Page 21: List Of Manuals For Gt Works3

    POINT POINT POINT e-Manual e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool. e-Manual has the following features: • Required information can be cross-searched in multiple manuals. • Other manuals can be accessed from the links in the manual.

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    • Hardware specifications of each part can be found from the product figures. • Pages that users often browse can be bookmarked. A - 20...

  • Page 23: Abbreviations, Generic Terms, The Meaning Of The Icon

    Abbreviations, Generic Terms, the meaning of the icon The following shows the abbreviations and generic terms used in Help. ■1. GOT (1) GOT2000 series 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...

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    Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support All GT21 models GT21-W GT2107-W GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD GT21-Q GT2105-Q GT2105-QTBDS, GT2105-QMBDS GT21-R GT2104-R GT2104-RTBD GT2104-PMBD GT2104-PMBDS GT21 GT2104-P GT2104-PMBDS2 GT2104-PMBLS GT21-P GT2103-PMBD GT2103-PMBDS GT2103-P GT2103-PMBDS2 GT2103-PMBLS GT SoftGOT2000 GT SoftGOT2000 Version1 Handy GOT GT2506HS-VTBD (2) GOT1000 series, GOT900 series, and GOT800 series...

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    ■2. Communication unit Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2, GT15-ABUS, GT15-ABUS2, GT15-75QBUSL, Bus connection unit GT15-75QBUS2L, GT15-75ABUSL, GT15-75ABUS2L Serial communication unit GT15-RS2-9P, GT15-RS4-9S, GT15-RS4-TE MELSECNET/H communication unit GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13 CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit GT15-J71GP23-SX CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit GT15-J71GF13-T2 CC-Link communication unit GT15-J61BT13...

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    SW1DND-GTWK3-J, SW1DND-GTWK3-E, SW1DND-GTWK3-C GT Designer3 Version1 Screen design software GT Designer3 for GOT2000/GOT1000 series GT Designer3 Screen design software for GOT2000 series included in GT Works3 GT Designer3 (GOT2000) GT Designer3 (GOT1000) Screen design software for GOT1000 series included in GT Works3...

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    (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...

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    CLPA CC-Link Partner Association GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc. HMS Industrial Networks LS IS LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC INDIA Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. ODVA Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. SCHNEIDER Schneider Electric SA SICK SICK AG SIEMENS...

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    1. OVERVIEW GOT ..........1 - 2 Features.

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    Features ■1. Enhanced standard equipment (1) Variety of connections with various FA devices The GOT2000 series has different types of interfaces to connect to various FA devices. • GT27, GT25 : Ethernet, RS-232, RS-422/485, and extension interfaces • GT23, GT21 : Ethernet, RS-232, and RS-422/485 interfaces The available interfaces vary by model.

  • Page 31: Gt25hs-v

    ■3. Enhanced compatibility with Mitsubishi Electric FA devices The sequence program monitor function enables enhanced compatibility with Mitsubishi Electric FA devices. You can save programs and data of Mitsubishi Electric FA devices (such as PLCs) to an SD card using the backup/ restoration function.

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    1 - 4 1.2 Features...

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    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Overall Configuration ....... . . 2 - 2 System Equipment .

  • Page 34: Overall Configuration

    Overall Configuration The following shows the overall configuration of the GOT2000 series. 2.1.1 Overall configuration of GT27, GT25-W, GT25-S, GT25-V, and GT21 GOT2000 Optional device Peripheral device Extension unit Barcode reader SD card Communication (Commercially unit available) RFID USB memory...

  • Page 35: System Equipment

    System Equipment The following shows the system equipment of the GOT2000 series. ➠ 2.2.1 GOT ➠ 2.2.2 CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit set ➠ 2.2.3 Extension unit ➠ 2.2.4 Software ➠ 2.2.5 Option ➠ 2.2.6 Cable ➠ 2.2.7 Others 2.2.1...

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    Display section, Display Panel Classification Model Screen size Power Remarks color color GT2715-XTBA GT2715 15" XGA Black GT2715-XTBD GT2712-STBA Black GT2712-STBD GT2712 12.1" SVGA GT2712-STWA White GT2712-STWD Multimedia and GT2710-STBA 10.4" SVGA video/RGB GT2710-STBD compaible Black GT2710-VTBA TFT color GT27 GT2710 Multi-touch 65536 colors...

  • Page 37: Gt21

    Display section, Display Panel Classification Model Screen size Power Remarks color color TFT color RS-232, GT2105-QTBDS 65536 colors RS-422/485 5.7" QVGA GT2105 Black [320 × 240 dots] TFT monochrome RS-232, GT2105-QMBDS (black/white) 32 levels RS-422/485 Ethernet, 4.3" Wide TFT color GT2104-RTBD Black RS-422/485...

  • Page 38: Cc-link Ie Field Network Communication Unit Set

    2.2.2 CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit set Display section, Display Panel Classification Model Screen size Power Remarks color color GT2715-XTBA-GF GT2715 15" XGA Black GT2715-XTBD-GF GT2712-STBA-GF Black GT2712-STBD-GF GT2712 12.1" SVGA GT2712-STWA-GF White GT2712-STWD-GF GT2710-STBA-GF 10.4" SVGA GT2710-STBD-GF Black TFT color GT27 GT2710-VTBA-GF...

  • Page 39: Extension Unit

    485 (terminal block) May not be able to be used depending on the connection target. For details, refer to GOT2000 Series Connection Manual. Cannot be used when connected with temperature controllers or indicating controllers by RS-485 (2-wire type) connection.

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    When [Operation Mode] is set to [Access Point] in [Wireless LAN Setting] of GT Designer3, up to five stations are connectable. The product with hardware version A or later (manufactured in December 2013) complies with the regulation. The product with hardware version A can be used only in Japan. The product with hardware version B or later (manufactured from October 2014) complies with the regulation.

  • Page 41: Software

    2.2.4 Software ■1. Software Product name Model Description SW1DND-GTWK3-E Standard license product HMI/GOT Screen Design English SW1DND-GTWK3-EA Software Volume license product DVD product version MELSOFT GT Works3 *1*6 SW1DND-GTWK3-EAZ Additional license product FA Integrated Engineering English Software SW2DND-IQWK-J Standard license product DVD product version *2*3...

  • Page 42: Option

    2.2.5 Option ■1. Option of GT27, GT25-W, GT25-S, GT25-V, and GT21 Supported model Product name Model Description GT27-15PSGC For 15" ○ GT25-12PSGC For 12.1" ○ ○ • Antiglare type • Transparent GT25-10PSGC For 10.4" ○ ○ • With a hole for the USB environmental protection GT25-08PSGC For 8.4"...

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    Supported model Product name Model Description For 15/ GT25-UCOV 12.1/10.4/ ○ ○ 8.4" For 10.1" USB environmental Environmental protection cover for the USB interface GT21-WUCOV Wide/ ○ ○ protection cover on the GOT front face (for replacement) 7" Wide GT25-05UCOV For 5.7"...

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    Supported model Product name Model Description ○ ○ ○ (For (For ○ (For Battery for backup of SRAM data, clock data, and system status Battery GT11-50BAT repla repla (Opti repla log data. ent) ent) ent) GT25-12FIT-EXS For 12.1 ○ For compliance with the ATEX directive and KCs Special fitting regulation GT25-10FIT-EXS...

  • Page 45: Cable

    2.2.6 Cable ■1. Cable for MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC Reco Supported model mmen Cable Product name Model Specifications length produ GT15-QC06B 0.6 m GT15-QC12B 1.2 m QCPU connection cable ○ QCPU ←→ GOT GOT-to-GOT GT15-QC30B ○ ○ GOT ←→ GOT connection cable...

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    Reco Supported model mmen Cable Product name Model Specifications length produ GT01-C30R4-25P For connecting the QnA/ACPU/ FXCPU/motion controller (A GT01-C100R4-25P 10 m series) and the GOT GT01-C200R4-25P 20 m For connecting the RS-422 connector conversion cable (FA- CNV□CBL) and the GOT ○...

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    Reco Supported model mmen Cable Product name Model Specifications length produ GT01-C10R4-8P For connecting the FXCPU and GT01-C30R4-8P For connecting the FXCPU ○ ○ GT01-C100R4-8P 10 m communication expansion board ○ ○ *3*7 and GOT GT01-C200R4-8P 20 m [MINI-DIN 8-pin ←→ D-sub 9 GT01-C300R4-8P 30 m pin]...

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    Reco Supported model mmen Cable Product name Model Specifications length produ For connecting the Q/LCPU and For connecting L6ADP-R2 and ○ GT01-C30R2-6P GOT/personal computer (GT ○ ○ ○ *5*8 SoftGOT2000) [MINI-DIN 6-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin] For connecting the Q/LCPU and Q/LCPU direct [MINI-DIN 6-pin ←→...

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    FA-LTBGT2R4CBL□, FA-CNV240□CBL are developed by Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Company Limited and sold through your local sales office. The other products listed are developed by Mitsubishi Electric Systems & Service Co., LTD. and sold through your local sales office. This cable is usable for GT2104-PMBD, GT2103-PMBD.

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    The cable with the length of 20 m or more is not available for GT2506HS-VTBD. For the details, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Handy GOT Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 ■2. Cable for OMRON PLC Supported model...

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    ■4. Cable for SHARP PLC Supported model Cable Product name Model Specifications length GT09-C30R20601-15P RS-232 cable For connecting a SHARP PLC and GOT ○ ○ ○ GT09-C30R20602-15P GT09-C30R40601-15P GT09-C100R40601-15P 10 m GT09-C200R40601-15P 20 m GT09-C300R40601-15P 30 m GT09-C30R40602-15P GT09-C100R40602-15P 10 m RS-422 cable For connecting a SHARP PLC and GOT ○...

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    Supported model Cable Product name Model Specifications length GT09-C30R40501-15P GT09-C100R40501-15P 10 m GT09-C200R40501-15P 20 m GT09-C300R40501-15P 30 m GT09-C30R40502-6C GT09-C100R40502-6C 10 m RS-422 cable For connecting a TOSHIBA PLC and GOT ○ ○ ○ GT09-C200R40502-6C 20 m GT09-C300R40502-6C 30 m GT09-C30R40503-15P GT09-C100R40503-15P 10 m...

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    ■10. Cable for FUJI FA PLC Supported model Cable Product name Model Specifications length For connecting a FUJI FA RS-232C interface card/RS-232C interface capsule/RS-485 RS-232 cable GT09-C30R21003-25P ○ ○ ○ interface capsule/general-purpose interface module and GOT GT09-C30R41001-6T For connecting a FUJI FA RS-232C interface GT09-C100R41001-6T 10 m RS-422 cable...

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    ■13. Cable for YOKOGAWA PLC and temperature controller Supported model Cable Product name Model Specifications length For connecting a YOKOGAWA CPU port/D- GT09-C30R20301-9P ○ ○ ○ sub 9-pin conversion cable and GOT For connecting a YOKOGAWA PC link module GT09-C30R20302-9P ○...

  • Page 55: Others

    List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-A-0064) For the validated models of the SD cards, refer to the following Technical News. ➠ Information of valid Non-Mitsubishi SD cards applicable for GOT2000 series(GOT-A-0065) For Technical News, go to the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC FA Global Website. http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/fa/...

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    2 - 24 2.2 System Equipment...

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    3. SPECIFICATIONS General Specifications ....... . . 3 - 2 Performance Specifications .

  • Page 58: General Specifications

    General Specifications The following shows the general specifications of the GOT. 3.1.1 GT27, GT25-W, GT25-S, GT25-V Item Specifications *2*7 Operating ambient temperature 0 °C to 55 °C Storage ambient temperature -20°C to 60°C Operating ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Frequency...

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    3.1.2 GT25HS-V Item Specifications Operating ambient temperature 0 °C to 40 °C Storage ambient temperature -20 °C to 60 °C Operating ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude Sweep count Under...

  • Page 60: Gt23

    3.1.3 GT23 Item Specifications 0 °C to 55 °C Operating ambient temperature Storage ambient temperature -20 °C to 60 °C Operating ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude Sweep count Under...

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    3.1.4 GT21 Item Specifications 0°C to 55°C (Horizontal installation), 0°C to 50°C (Vertical installation) Operating ambient temperature Storage ambient temperature -20°C to 60°C Operating ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity 10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude...

  • Page 62: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications The following shows the performance specifications of the GOT. 3.2.1 GT27 ■1. GT2715-X Specifications Item GT2715-XTBA, GT2715-XTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 15" Resolution XGA: 1024 × 768 dots Display size 304.1(11.97)(W) × 228.1(8.98)(H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 64 characters ×...

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    Specifications Item GT2715-XTBA, GT2715-XTBD Panel cut dimensions 383.5(15.10)(W) × 282.5(11.12)(H) mm(inch) Weight (excluding a fitting) 4.5(9.9) kg(lb) Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.112S or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■2. GT2712-S Specifications Item GT2712-STBA, GT2712-STBD GT2712-STWA, GT2712-STWD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 12.1" Resolution SVGA: 800 × 600 dots Display size 246(9.69) (W) × 184.5(7.26) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 37 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 66 characters ×...

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    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■3. GT2710-S, GT2710-V Specifications Item GT2710-STBA GT2710-VTBA GT2710-VTWA GT2710-STBD GT2710-VTBD GT2710-VTWD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 10.4" Resolution SVGA: 800 × 600 dots VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 211.2(8.31) (W) × 158.4(6.24) (H) mm(inch) 16-dot standard font: 50 characters Number of displayed ×...

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    Specifications Item GT2710-STBA GT2710-VTBA GT2710-VTWA GT2710-STBD GT2710-VTBD GT2710-VTWD Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.100E or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■4. GT2708-S, GT2708-V Specifications Item GT2708-STBA, GT2708-STBD GT2708-VTBA, GT2708-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 8.4" Resolution SVGA: 800 × 600 dots VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 170.9(6.73) (W) × 128.2(5.05) (H) mm(inch) 16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 37 lines (two-byte 16-dot standard font: 40 characters ×...

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    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■5. GT2705-V Specifications Item GT2705-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 5.7" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 115.2(4.54) (W) × 86.4(3.40) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

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    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 72: Gt25-w

    3.2.2 GT25-W ■1. GT2510-WX Specifications Item GT2510-WXTBD, GT2510-WXTSD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 10.1" Wide Resolution WXGA: 1280 × 800 dots Display size 216.96(8.54) (W) × 135.6(5.34) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 80 characters × 50 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 106 characters ×...

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    Specifications Item GT2510-WXTBD, GT2510-WXTSD Panel cut dimensions 243.5(9.59) (W) × 185.5(7.30) (H) mm(inch) Weight (Excluding installation fitting) 1.2 (2.6) kg(lb) Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.175H or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■2. GT2507-W Specifications Item GT2507-WTBD, GT2507-WTSD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 7" Wide Resolution WVGA: 800 × 480 dots Display size 152.40(6.00) (W) × 91.44(3.60) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 30 rows (Two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 66 characters ×...

  • Page 75

    Specifications Item GT2507-WTBD, GT2507-WTSD Weight (excluding a fitting) 0.75(1.7) kg(lb) Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.175H or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 76: Gt25-s, Gt25-v

    3.2.3 GT25-S, GT25-V ■1. GT2512-S, GT2512F-S Specifications Item GT2512-STBA, GT2512-STBD GT2512F-STNA, GT2512F-STND Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 12.1" Resolution SVGA: 800 × 600 dots Display size 246(9.69) (W) × 184.5(7.26) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 37 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 66 characters ×...

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    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

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    ■2. GT2510-V, GT2510F-V Specifications Item GT2510-VTBA, GT2510-VTBD GT2510-VTWA, GT2510-VTWD GT2510F-VTNA, GT2510F-VTND Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 10.4" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 211.2(8.31) (W) × 158.4(6.24) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 79

    Specifications Item GT2510-VTBA, GT2510-VTBD GT2510-VTWA, GT2510-VTWD GT2510F-VTNA, GT2510F-VTND Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.112S or later GT Works3 Version1.150G or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 80

    ■3. GT2508-V, GT2508F-V Specifications Item GT2508-VTBA, GT2508-VTBD GT2508-VTWA, GT2508-VTWD GT2508F-VTNA, GT2508F-VTND Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 8.4" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 170.9(6.73) (W) × 128.2(5.05) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 81

    Specifications Item GT2508-VTBA, GT2508-VTBD GT2508-VTWA, GT2508-VTWD GT2508F-VTNA, GT2508F-VTND Compatible software package GT Works3 Version1.112S or later GT Works3 Version1.150G or later As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 82

    ■4. GT2505-V Specifications Item GT2505-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 5.7" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 115(4.53) (W) × 86(3.39) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 83

    For the details of GOT multi-drop connection, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Electric Products) For GT Works3 Version1 The minimum size of a key that can be arranged. To ensure safe use of the product, the following settings are recommended.

  • Page 84

    3.2.4 GT25HS-V ■1. GT2506HS-V Specifications Item GT2506HS-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 6.5" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 132.5(5.22) (W) × 99.4(3.91) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 85

    Specifications Item GT2506HS-VTBD Buzzer output Single tone (tone and tone length adjustable) POWER LED 2 colors (blue and orange) *6*8 IP65F Protective structure (Valid when the external cable is connected. except for the relay connector side of the external cable.) 201(7.91) (W) ×...

  • Page 86

    3.2.5 GT23 ■1. GT2310-V Specifications Item GT2310-VTBA, GT2310-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 10.4" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 211.2(8.31) (W) × 158.4(6.24) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 87

    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 88

    ■2. GT2308-V Specifications Item GT2308-VTBA, GT2308-VTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 8.4" Resolution VGA: 640 × 480 dots Display size 170.9(6.73) (W) × 128.2(5.05) (H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 53 characters ×...

  • Page 89

    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 90

    3.2.6 GT21 ■1. GT2107-W Specifications Item GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 7" Wide Resolution WVGA: 800 × 480 dots Display size 152.4 (6.00)(W) × 91.44 (3.60)(H) mm(inch) Display section Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 30 rows (Two-byte characters) characters 12-dot standard font: 66 characters ×...

  • Page 91

    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 92

    ■2. GT2105-Q Specifications Item GT2105-QTBDS GT2105-QMBDS Display device TFT color LCD TFT monochrome LCD Screen size 5.7" Resolution QVGA: 320 × 240 dots Display size 115 (4.53)(W) × 86 (3.39)(H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 20 characters × 15 rows (Two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 26 characters ×...

  • Page 93

    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 94

    ■3. GT2104-R Specifications Item GT2104-RTBD Display device TFT color LCD Screen size 4.3" Wide Resolution 480 × 272 dots Display size 95.0 (3.74)(W) × 53.8 (2.12)(H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 30 characters × 17 rows (Two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 40 characters ×...

  • Page 95

    As a characteristic of liquid crystal display panels, bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (never lit) may appear on the panel. Since liquid crystal display panels comprise a great number of display elements, the appearance of bright and dark dots cannot be reduced to zero.

  • Page 96

    ■4. GT2104-P Specifications Item GT2104-PMBD GT2104-PMBDS GT2104-PMBDS2 GT2104-PMBLS Display device TFT monochrome LCD Screen size 4.5" Resolution 384 × 128 dots Display size 109.4 (4.31)(W) × 36.5 (1.44)(H) mm(inch) Number of 16-dot standard font: 24 characters × 8 rows (Two-byte characters) Display section displayed 12-dot standard font: 32 characters ×...

  • Page 97

    Specifications Item GT2104-PMBD GT2104-PMBDS GT2104-PMBDS2 GT2104-PMBLS USB (Host) 1 channel (rear face) USB (Device) Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps, connector shape: USB Mini-B Built-in interface SD card 1 channel, SDHC compliant (maximum 32 GB) Extension interface Auxiliary extension interface Side interface Buzzer output Single tone (Tone length adjustable)

  • Page 98

    ■5. GT2103-P Specifications Item GT2103-PMBD GT2103-PMBDS GT2103-PMBDS2 GT2103-PMBLS Display device TFT monochrome LCD Screen size 3.8" Resolution 320 × 128 dots Display size 89.0 (3.50)(W) × 35.6 (1.40)(H) mm(inch) Number of displayed 16-dot standard font: 20 characters × 8 rows (Two-byte characters) Display section characters 12-dot standard font: 26 characters ×...

  • Page 99

    Specifications Item GT2103-PMBD GT2103-PMBDS GT2103-PMBDS2 GT2103-PMBLS USB (Host) 1 channel (rear face) USB (Device) Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps, connector shape: USB Mini-B Built-in interface 1 channel, SDHC compliant (maximum 32 GB) SD card Extension interface Auxiliary extension interface Side interface Buzzer output Single tone (Tone length adjustable)

  • Page 100: Specifications Of Power Supply Section

    Specifications of Power Supply Section The following shows the power supply specifications of the GOT. POINT POINT POINT Operation at instantaneous power failure If an instantaneous power failure occurs in the power supply and continues for more than the permissible period, the GOT may be reset. Make sure to power on the unit more than 5 seconds after power-off.

  • Page 101

    ■2. GT27 Input power supply 24 V DC Specifications GT2710-STBD Item GT2712-STBD GT2708-STBD GT2715-XTBD GT2710-VTBD GT2705-VTBD GT2712-STWD GT2708-VTBD GT2710-VTWD Power supply voltage 24 V DC (+25%, -20%) Under the maximum 48 W or less 45 W or less 42 W or less 39 W or less 30 W or less load...

  • Page 102

    3.3.2 GT25-W ■1. GT25 Input power supply 24 V DC Specifications Item GT2510-WXTBD GT2507-WTBD GT2510-WXTSD GT2507-WTSD Power supply voltage 24 V DC (+25%, -20%) Under the maximum 16 W or less 16 W or less load Power Main unit 9 W or less 9 W or less consumption Main unit (Backlight...

  • Page 103

    3.3.3 GT25-S, GT25-V ■1. GT25 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC Specifications GT2510-VTBA GT2508-VTBA Item GT2512-STBA GT2510-VTWA GT2508-VTWA GT2512F-STNA GT2510F-VTNA GT2508F-VTNA Power supply voltage 100 V AC to 240 V AC (+10%, -15%) Power supply frequency 50 Hz/60 Hz (±5%) Maximum apparent power 80 VA...

  • Page 104

    Specifications GT2510-VTBD GT2508-VTBD Item GT2512-STBD GT2510-VTWD GT2508-VTWD GT2505-VTBD GT2512F-STND GT2510F-VTND GT2508F-VTND Applicable tightening torque 0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m (Terminal block terminal screw) 3.3.4 GT25HS-V ■1. GT25 Input power supply 24 V DC Specifications Item GT2506HS-VTBD Power supply voltage 24 V DC (+10%, -15%) Under the maximum 11.6 W or less Power...

  • Page 105

    3.3.5 GT23 ■1. GT23 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC Specifications Item GT2310-VTBA GT2308-VTBA Power supply voltage 100 V AC to 240 V AC (+10%, -15%) Power supply frequency 50 Hz/60 Hz (±5%) Maximum apparent power 44 VA (under the maximum load) 30 VA (under the maximum load) Under the maximum...

  • Page 106

    3.3.6 GT21 ■1. GT21 Input power supply 24 V DC/5 V DC (1) For GT2107, GT2105 Specifications Item GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD GT2105-QTBDS GT2105-QMBDS Power supply voltage 24 V DC (+10%, -15%) Under the maximum 11.3 W or less 4.5 W or less 2.9 W or less Power load...

  • Page 107: Battery Specifications

    Battery for clock data, system log data, and buffering data GT2506HS-V GT2103-P does not have a built-in battery. Not available to GT2506HS-V. ■2. Battery specifications The following describes the battery specifications for the GOT2000 series. Specifications Item GT2506HS-V GT27, GT25...

  • Page 108

    Calculate the natural discharge amount of the battery, as necessary. (3) Check if the battery condition is normal within the utility. Refer to the following for the details of battery status display. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 3 - 52 3.4 Battery Specifications...

  • Page 109

    4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS GT27..........4 - 2 GT25-W .

  • Page 110

    GT27 ■1. GT2715-X 1)2) 3)4) 25) 24) 22) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■6. Part names and settings of GT27 ■2. GT2712-S 1)2) 3)4) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■6. Part names and settings of GT27 4 - 2 4.1 GT27...

  • Page 111

    ■3. GT2710-S, GT2710-V 1)2) 3)4) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■6. Part names and settings of GT27 ■4. GT2708-S, GT2708-V 1)2) 11)12)13) 3)4) 16) 26) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■6.

  • Page 112

    ■5. GT2705-V 1)2) 11)12)13) 3)4) 24) 22) 21) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■6. Part names and settings of GT27 4 - 4 4.1 GT27...

  • Page 113

    ■6. Part names and settings of GT27 Name Description Display section Displays the utility and the user-created screen. Touch panel For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen For connecting a USB mouse, a USB keyboard, or a USB barcode reader, and transferring or saving data (Connector shape: TYPE-A) USB interface (Host/front) Applicable models: GT2715-XTBA/D, GT2712-STBA/D, GT2710-STBA/D, GT2710-VTBA/D,...

  • Page 114

    GT25-W ■1. GT2510-WX 11)12) 7) 13) 1)2) 21) 18) 19) 17) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■3. Part names and settings of GT25-W ■2. GT2507-W 1)2) 11)12) 18) 19) 17) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 115

    ■3. Part names and settings of GT25-W Name Description Display section Displays the utility and the user-created screen. Touch panel For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen USB interface (Device/front) For connecting a personal computer (Connector shape: Mini-B) Lit in blue : Power is properly supplied.

  • Page 116

    GT25-S, GT25-V ■1. GT2512-S 1)2) 3)4) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■8. Part names and settings of GT25-S and GT25-V ■2. GT2512F-S 1)2) 11)12) The figure shows a GOT with the fittings installed on the top, bottom, right, and left. 24) 22) Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT.

  • Page 117

    ■3. GT2510-V 1)2) 3)4) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■8. Part names and settings of GT25-S and GT25-V ■4. GT2510F-V 1)2) 11)12) 27)19) 24) 22) The figure shows a GOT with the fittings installed on the top, bottom, right, and left. Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT.

  • Page 118

    ■5. GT2508-V 1)2) 11)12)13) 3)4) 16) 26) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■8. Part names and settings of GT25-S and GT25-V ■6. GT2508F-V 1)2) 11)12)13) The figure shows a GOT with the fittings installed on the top, bottom, right, and left. 24) 22) Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT.

  • Page 119

    ■7. GT2505-V 1) 2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■8. Part names and settings of GT25-S and GT25-V 4 - 11 4.3 GT25-S, GT25-V...

  • Page 120

    ■8. Part names and settings of GT25-S and GT25-V Name Description Display section Displays the utility and the user-created screen. Touch panel For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen For connecting a USB mouse, a USB keyboard, or a USB barcode reader, and transferring or USB interface (Host/front) saving data (Connector shape: USB-A) Applicable models: GT2512-STBA/D, GT2510-VTBA/D, GT2508-VTBA/D...

  • Page 121

    Name Description Enables or disables the access to the SD card when inserting/removing the SD card to/from the GOT. SD card access switch ON: SD card access allowed (The SD card cannot be removed.) OFF: SD card access prohibited (The SD card can be removed.) The special fittings are sold separately.

  • Page 122

    GT25HS-V ■1. GT2506HS-V (1) Front Panel 5) 1) 2) 4) 4) 3) 8) 6) 7) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■2. Part names and settings of GT25HS-V (2) Back Panel Environmental protection back cover closed 12)...

  • Page 123

    (3) Top Face (Interface) Interface environmental protection cover closed 22) 21) 23) Interface environmental protection cover opened 26) 25) 27) 24) LED1 LED2 28) 29) 30) 31) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■2. Part names and settings of GT25HS-V 4 - 15 4.4 GT25HS-V...

  • Page 124

    ■2. Part names and settings of GT25HS-V Name Description Display section Displays the utility screen and the user creation screen. Touch panel For touch switch operation on the utility screen and the user creation screen. Operation switch (6 switches) Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Place (concave shape) where the operation switch name sheet (Insert into the space from a transverse direction) is installed.

  • Page 125

    Name Description ON: SD card installed SD card access LED Blink: SD card accessed OFF: SD card not installed or SD card installed but removal possible SD card interface For installing an SD card Ethernet communication status LED LED1: Turns on during data transfer/reception, LED2: Turns on during 100Mbps transmission. 4 - 17 4.4 GT25HS-V...

  • Page 126

    GT23 ■1. GT2310-V, GT2308-V Example) GT2310-VTBA 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■2. Part names and settings of GT23 4 - 18 4.5 GT23...

  • Page 127

    ■2. Part names and settings of GT23 Name Description Display section Displays the utility and the user-created screen. Touch panel For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen Lit in blue : Power is properly supplied. Lit in orange : Screen saving POWER LED...

  • Page 128

    GT21 ■1. GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■2. GT2105-QTBDS, GT2105-QMBDS 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 4 - 20 4.6 GT21...

  • Page 129

    ■3. GT2104-RTBD 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■4. GT2104-PMBD 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 4 - 21 4.6 GT21...

  • Page 130

    ■5. GT2104-PMBDS 1)2) 13) 15) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■6. GT2104-PMBDS2 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■7.

  • Page 131

    ■8. GT2103-PMBD 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■9. GT2103-PMBDS 1)2) For the names of parts, refer to the following. ➠ ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 ■10.

  • Page 132

    ■12. Part names and settings of GT21 Name Description Display section Displays the utility and the user-created screen Touch panel For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen For communicating with a controller or connecting a personal computer (Connector shape: Ethernet interface RJ-45 (Modular jack)) SD/RD LED ON: Data sent or received...

  • Page 133

    5. EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE Overview ..........5 - 2 EMC Directive Requirements.

  • Page 134: Overview

    Directives and put a CE mark on the products. ■1. Sales representative in Europe The sales representative in Europe is as shown below. Company name: Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany 5.1.1 Conforming standards in the EMC Directive The GOT complies with the following standards in the EMC Directive.

  • Page 135: Conforming Standards In The Low Voltage Directive

    The GOT is an open type device (designed to be integrated in equipment). Make sure to install the GOT on a control panel. This test item is conducted in the condition where the GOT is installed on a control panel and combined with the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC.

  • Page 136: Emc Directive Requirements

    The data described herein are produced with our best, based on the regulation requirements and standards obtained by Mitsubishi Electric. However, the data do not guarantee that the whole equipment produced according to the data comply with the above directive.

  • Page 137: Installing A Noise Filter (power Supply Line Filter)

    5.2.2 Installing a noise filter (power supply line filter) A noise filter is a part to effectively reduce conducted noise. Except some models, installation of a noise filter to the power supply lines is not necessary. However, installing the noise filter can reduce conducted noise.

  • Page 138: System Configuration

    5.2.3 System configuration You can also check the EMC Directive compliance status of the GOT2000 series at the Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Global Website. For the latest information, go to the Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Global Website. http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/fa/ ■1. GOT Use the following GOTs having a CE mark on the rating plate.

  • Page 139

    ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used When connecting the GOT to other controllers such as a non-Mitsubishi Electric PLC, fabricate connection cables and configure the system following the EMC Directive specifications. ➠...

  • Page 140

    POINT POINT Connected devices When connecting the GOT to a non-Mitsubishi Electric PLC, refer to the manual about the EMC Directive compliance of the connected device (such as a PLC and a microcomputer). ■3. Communication unit To comply with the EMC Directive, use the following communication units.

  • Page 141

    Connection type Communication unit Hardware version (Manufacture year and month) GOT RS-232 interface GOT RS-422/485 interface Servo amplifier connection GT15-RS2-9P Version D or later (January 2006) GT15-RS4-9S GOT RS-232 interface GOT RS-422/485 interface GT15-RS2-9P Version D or later (January 2006) CNC connection GT15-RS4-9S GT15-J71LP23-25...

  • Page 142

    Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. SC-E5EW-S□M (3) Other connections For the details of the cables used, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used POINT POINT POINT Fabricating cables To comply with the EMC Directive, fabricate cables (including user-created cables).

  • Page 143: Connection Of Power Cables And Ground Cables

    5.2.4 Connection of power cables and ground cables Carry out wiring and connect the power and ground cables according to the following instruction. By the different wiring or connection method, the system may not comply with EMC Directive. ■1. Wiring method As shown in the figure below, connect the power cable and the ground cable, and then attach a ferrite core (ZCAT3035-1330, manufactured by TDK Corporation) within the specified range.

  • Page 144: Fabricating A Connection Cable

    Fabricate the cables used for the GOT by the methods as shown in this section. The fabrication requires a ferrite core, cable clamp, and cable shielding materials. The following products have passed the Mitsubishi Electric EMC Directive compliance test. • ZCAT3035-1330 ferrite core (TDK Corporation) •...

  • Page 145: Bus Connection

    ■4. Bus connection (1) GT15-QC□B and GT15-QC□BS Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield sections for grounding. The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp. ➠...

  • Page 146

    ■5. MELSECNET/H connection (PLC to PLC network) connection (1) Coaxial cable Step 1. Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose outer braided shield for grounding. The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp. ➠...

  • Page 147

    ■7. CC-Link connection (Intelligent device station) Step 1. Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield for grounding. The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp. ➠...

  • Page 148

    ■9. Video/RGB connection (1) Video input cable Step 1. Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose outer braided shield for grounding. The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp. ➠...

  • Page 149

    Create the cables (RS-232 cable, RS-422/485 cable) for connecting the GOT and a controller by yourself. For how to create a cable, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used POINT POINT...

  • Page 150: Grounding A Cable

    • Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below. Ferrite core (ZCAT3035-1330) GOT side PLC CPU side 100 or less 100 or less Unit: mm (inch) (3.94) (3.94) 5.2.6 Grounding a cable ■1.

  • Page 151: Low Voltage Directive Requirements

    This section explains the precautions for the installation and wiring of the GOT to comply with the Low Voltage Directive. The data described herein are produced with our best, based on the regulation requirements and standards obtained by Mitsubishi Electric. However, the data do not guarantee that the equipment produced according to the data comply with the above directive.

  • Page 152: Grounding

    5.3.3 Grounding The GOT has the following ground terminals. The ground terminals must be grounded in use. Ground the GOT to ensure the safety and to comply with the EMC Directive. Functional grounding : The functional ground terminal improves noise resistance. 5.3.4 External wiring ■1.

  • Page 153

    6. INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL Installation Precautions ....... . 6 - 2 Panel Cut Dimensions .

  • Page 154: Installation Precautions

    Installation Precautions Install the GOT with consideration of the control panel inside dimensions and the installation prohibited area. Depending on the types of connection cables connected to the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. Panel Cut Dimensions 6.2.1 GT27...

  • Page 155

    ■2. GT2712-S, GT2710-S, GT2710-V, GT2708-S, GT2708-V, GT2705-V Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Unit: mm (inch) Model Panel thickness 302(11.89) 228(8.98) GT2712-S (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) 289(11.38) 200(7.87) GT2710-S, GT2710-V (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) 10(0.39) or More...

  • Page 156

    6.2.2 GT25-W ■1. GT2510-WX, GT2507-W Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Unit: mm (inch) Model Panel thickness 243.5(9.59) 185.5(7.30) GT2510-WX (+1(0.04), 0(0)) (+1(0.04), 0(0)) 1.6(0.06) to 4(0.16) 180.5(7.11) 133.5(5.26) GT2507-W (+1(0.04), 0(0)) (+1(0.04), 0(0)) 6 - 4...

  • Page 157

    6.2.3 GT25-S, GT25-V ■1. GT2512-S, GT2510-V, GT2508-V, GT2505-V Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Unit: mm (inch) Model Panel thickness 302(11.89) 228(8.98) GT2512-S (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) 289(11.38) 200(7.87) GT2510-V (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) 10(0.39) or More...

  • Page 158

    ■2. GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Back of the control panel Back of the control panel Unit: mm (inch) Fitting installation Panel Model position thickness (on the GOT) Long side 28(1.10)

  • Page 159

    6.2.4 GT23 Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below. Horizontal Vertical Unit: mm (inch) Model Panel thickness 289(11.38) 200(7.87) GT2310 (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) 10(0.39) or More 1.6(0.06) to 4(0.16) 227(8.94) 176(6.93) GT2308 (+2(0.08), 0(0)) (+2(0.08), 0(0)) The C dimension shows the measurements for installing fittings on the control panel.

  • Page 160: Stud

    Stud 6.3.1 Stud specifications Use the studs that satisfy the following specifications. Diameter Length 10 mm (0.39 inch) or more The studs on the control panel must have strength adequate to withstand a tightening torque of 0.9 N•m or more. Make sure that no foreign matter such as welding waste is at and around the bases of the studs.

  • Page 161

    (2) Measurements for the horizontally-oriented GOT with fittings on its top and bottom Screen center panel opening Stud Back of the control panel Unit: mm (inch) Model 98(3.86)± 113(4.45)± 7.5(0.30)± 98(3.86)± 113(4.45)± 7.5(0.30)± 128.5(5.06)± 132.5(5.22)± GT2512F-S 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01)

  • Page 162

    (4) Measurements for the vertically-oriented GOT with fittings on its top and bottom panel opening Screen center Screen center Screen center Stud Back of the control panel Unit: mm (inch) Model 75.5(2.97)± 79.5(3.13)± 160(6.30)± 175(6.89)± 75.5(2.97)± 79.5(3.13)± GT2512F-S 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01) 0.15(0.01)

  • Page 163

    6 - 11 6.3 Stud...

  • Page 164: Installation Position

    Installation Position To install the GOT, some distance is required between the GOT and the other devices. 6.4.1 GT27 Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following.

  • Page 165

    100(3.94) or more [20(0.79) or more] This value is for use of the coaxial cable 3C-2V (JIS C 3501). For specifications of the cable, refer to the GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for a controller used. This value differs depending on the cable used.

  • Page 166

    6.4.2 GT25-W ■1. GT2510-WX, GT2507-W Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the vertical installation, install the GOT so that the vertical installation arrow printed on the GOT rear face points upward.

  • Page 167

    The following tables list the distance required between the GOT and the other devices. The dimensions within the parentheses apply when no equipment generating radiated noise (such as a contactor) or heat is installed near the GOT. However, always keep the ambient temperature of the GOT to 55 °C or lower. Unit: mm (inch) GT25 Item...

  • Page 168: Gt25-s, Gt-25v

    6.4.3 GT25-S, GT-25V ■1. GT2512-S, GT2510-V, GT2508-V, GT2505-V Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following.

  • Page 169

    (2) For GT2505 Horizontal Panel thickness: 1.6 mm to 4 mm (0.06 to 0.16inch) Vertical Panel thickness: 1.6 mm to 4 mm (0.06 to 0.16inch) 6 - 17 6.4 Installation Position...

  • Page 170

    [20(0.79) or more] This value is for use of the coaxial cable 3C-2V (JIS C 3501). For specifications of the cable, refer to the GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for a controller used. This value differs depending on the cable used.

  • Page 171

    6 - 19 6.4 Installation Position...

  • Page 172

    ■2. GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 173

    [20(0.79) or more] This value is for use of the coaxial cable 3C-2V (JIS C 3501). For specifications of the cable, refer to the GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for a controller used. This value differs depending on the cable used.

  • Page 174

    6.4.4 GT23 Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 175

    Unit: mm (inch) Item GT2310-V GT2308-V 48(1.89) or more [18(0.71) or more] Horizontal: 78(3.07) or more [18(0.71) or more] Vertical: 50(1.97) or more [20(0.79) or more] Horizontal: 50(1.97) or more [20(0.79) or more] Horizontal: 50(1.97) or more When the SD card is used Vertical: 80(3.15) or more [20(0.79) or more] Vertical: 80(3.15) or more [50(1.97) or more] When the SD card is not...

  • Page 176

    6.4.5 GT21 Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required. Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius. For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 177

    The following table lists the distance required between the GOT and the other devices. The dimensions within the parentheses apply when no equipment generating radiated noise (such as a contactor) or heat is installed near the GOT. Unit: mm (inch) GT21 Item GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P...

  • Page 178: Control Panel Inside Temperature And Got Installation Angle

    Control Panel Inside Temperature and GOT Installation Angle 6.5.1 GT27 Install the GOT with its display section positioned as shown below. Using the GOT with the installation angle other than the following accelerates the deterioration of the GOT. ■1. GT27 When a multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z), MELSECNET/H communication unit (GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13), or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) is mounted, the operating ambient temperature must be 5°C lower than the maximum temperature described in Section 3.1 General Specifications.

  • Page 179

    6.5.2 GT25-W Install the GOT with its display section positioned as shown below. Using the GOT with the installation angle other than the following accelerates the deterioration of the GOT. ■1. GT2510-WX, GT2507-W (1) Installing the GOT horizontally When the GOT is installed at any angle from 60 ° to 105 °, the control panel inside temperature must be within 55 °C. When the GOT is installed at any angle outside the range from 60 °...

  • Page 180

    6.5.3 GT25-S, GT25-V Install the GOT with its display section positioned as shown below. Using the GOT with the installation angle other than the following accelerates the deterioration of the GOT. ■1. GT2512-S, GT2510-V, GT2508-V, GT2505-V When a multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z), MELSECNET/H communication unit (GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13), or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) is mounted, the operating ambient temperature must be 5°C lower than the maximum temperature described in Section 3.1 General Specifications.

  • Page 181

    ■2. GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V When a multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z), MELSECNET/H communication unit (GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13), or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) is mounted, the operating ambient temperature must be 5°C lower than the maximum temperature described in Section 3.1 General Specifications. (1) Installing the GOT horizontally When the GOT is installed at any angle from 60 °...

  • Page 182

    6.5.4 GT23 ■1. GT23 Regardless of the installation orientation, install the GT23 so that the following conditions are satisfied. When the GOT is installed at any angle from 60 ° to 105 °, the control panel inside temperature must be within 55 °C. When the GOT is installed at any angle outside the range from 60 °...

  • Page 183: Installing The Got

    Installing the GOT Install the GOT in the following procedure. For the panel cut dimensions for the GOT, refer to the following. ➠ 6.2 Panel Cut Dimensions 6.6.1 GT27, GT25, GT23 The following shows an installation example for the horizontal direction. For the vertical installation, install the GOT so that the vertical installation arrow printed on the GOT rear face points upward.

  • Page 184

    For GT27 except GT2715-X, GT25, and GT23 (4 fittings) Step 3. Remove the protective film from the GOT. ■2. GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V To fasten the fittings on the control panel, studs are neccessary. For the details of panel cutting dimensions and studs, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 185

    Step 1. Install the supplied fittings on the top and bottom of the GOT with screws. Each fitting has two types of holes as shown below.Use the appropriate type of holes according to the control panel thickness. Hole A: for the control panel thickness 1.5 mm to 3.0 mm Hole B: for the control panel thickness 2.0 mm to 4.0 mm When installing the fittings on the GOT, you are recommended to put a cloth or others under the GOT to prevent the display section from being damaged.

  • Page 186

    Step 3. Tighten nuts on the studs in the specified torque range (0.8 N•m to 0.9 N•m) with a wrench for M4 nuts. Loosen the screws in the slotted holes of the fittings, and adjust the positons of the screws to make the GOT display section and the control panel surface be in the same plane.

  • Page 187

    Step 5. Mark the four corners of the stencil on the control panel with a pencil or others. Remove the stencil. panel Stencil Peeling off Marking Step 6. Remove the protective film from the GOT, and make sure that no dust or other substances adhere to the display section.

  • Page 188

    Step 8. Peel off the remainder of the release paper, and attach the whole environmental protection sheet to the control panel. Make sure to attach the sheet from the attached part in step 7, and fit the sheet onto the control panel without leaving any air between them.

  • Page 189

    ■3. GT2505-V For the vertical installation, check that the vertical installation arrow mark put on the GOT rear face points upward. Step 1. Install a packing to the packing installation groove on the GOT rear face. Push the thin packing to the packing installation groove. Packing Enlarge Packing...

  • Page 190

    POINT POINT POINT Cautions for the GOT installation (1) Tightening torque of the mounting screws Tighten mounting screws within the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause the GOT to drop. In addition, waterproof effect or oilproof effect may not be obtained. Tightening the screw in the specified torque range or more may damage the GOT or distort the panel, causing wrinkles on the surface of the display section.

  • Page 191

    6.6.2 GT21 The following shows an installation example for the horizontal direction. For the vertical installation, install the GOT so that the power supply terminal, which is located on the GOT rear face, is at the lower side. ➠ 4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS ■1.

  • Page 192

    Step 3. For GT2107 Insert the hook of an installation fitting (supplied) into the mounting hole of the GOT. Tighten the supplied screws within the specified torque range (0.36 N•m to 0.48 N•m) to fix the GOT. For GT2105 Insert the hook of an installation fitting (supplied) into the mounting hole of the GOT. Tighten the supplied screws within the specified torque range (0.3 N•m to 0.5 N•m) to fix the GOT.

  • Page 193

    POINT POINT POINT Cautions for the GOT installation (1) Tightening torque of the mounting screws Tighten mounting screws within the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause the GOT to drop. In addition, waterproof effect or oilproof effect may not be obtained. Tightening the screw in the specified torque range or more may damage the GOT or distort the panel, causing wrinkles on the surface of the display section.

  • Page 194: Removing The Got

    Removing the GOT The following shows the procedure for removing the GOT. 6.7.1 GT27, GT25, GT23 ■1. GT27, GT2512-S, GT2510-WX, GT2510-V, GT2508-V, GT2507-W, GT2505-V, GT23 Step 1. Remove the screws from the GOT. Remove the fittings from the GOT. For GT2715-X (8 fittings) For GT27 except GT2715-X, GT25, and GT23 (4 fittings) Step 2.

  • Page 195

    ■2. GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V The following shows the procedure for removing GT2512F-S as an example. Step 1. Remove the nuts. Step 2. Remove the GOT from the panel opening. Stud panel opening Step 3. Remove the environmental protection sheet gradually. If the sheet is difficult to remove, warm the sheet with a dryer or others.

  • Page 196

    Step 4. Remove the screws from the GOT. Remove the fittings from the GOT. You are recommended to put a cloth or others under the GOT to prevent the display section from being damaged. Fittings (Top: 1, bottom: 1) Screws (Top: 3, bottom: 3) Cloth 6 - 44 6.7 Removing the GOT...

  • Page 197

    6.7.2 GT21 ■1. GT21 Step 1. For GT2107 Remove the installation fitting on the GOT. For GT2105 Remove the installation fitting on the GOT. Enlarged view Installation fitting Mounting screw For GT2104, GT2103 Remove the mounting screws of the installation fitting on the GOT in the following order 1) to 3). Remove the installation fitting on the GOT.

  • Page 198

    Step 2. Remove the GOT from the panel opening. Installation hole 6 - 46 6.7 Removing the GOT...

  • Page 199: Handling Handy Got

    Handling Handy GOT 6.8.1 Holding the Handy GOT in hand When operating the Handy GOT with holding it in hand, put a hand under the hand strap on the back. The hand strap length is adjustable. When carrying or operating the Handy GOT, hold the body of the Handy GOT. Carrying or operating the Handy GOT by grabbing the cable portion may damage the unit and cable.

  • Page 200: Hanging On A Wall

    6.8.2 Hanging on a wall When operating the Handy GOT with hanging on a wall, use the hook for hanging on a wall on the back. Hook for hanging on walls Load (approx. 1.5 to 5 kg) is applied to the wall depending on the weight of the GOT main unit (approx. 1.2 kg) and the length of the connection cable.

  • Page 201: Installing To/removing From Panel

    For the cable selection, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Handy GOT Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 (2) Panel cutting dimensions for Connector Conversion Box The Connector Conversion Box can be installed on the panel face directly or with mounting bracket offered as an accessory.

  • Page 202: Installing And Removing The Extension Unit

    • CC-Link communication unit For installing/removing a wireless LAN communication unit to/from GT27 or GT25, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Wireless LAN Communication Unit User's Manual For installing/removing an SD card to/from GT21, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 203

    Step 4. Tighten the screws within the specified torque range (0.36 N·m to 0.48 N·m). Step 5. To mount another extension unit, repeat Step 2 to Step 3. When you do not mount another extension unit, cover the screws with the accessory stickers to avoid static electricity.

  • Page 204: Removing The Extension Unit

    6.9.2 Removing the extension unit Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. Remove the accessory stickers from the mounted extension unit. Step 3. Loosen the screws of the unit. Step 4. Remove the extension unit. Step 5.

  • Page 205: Installing The Battery

    6.10 Installing the Battery Install a battery to the GOT before the first startup. The following shows the procedure for installing a battery.(Described with the GOT rear face facing up.) POINT POINT POINT (1) Battery • GT27, GT25: GT27 and GT25 come with a battery in the battery holder. Before using GT27 and GT25, connect the battery connector to the GOT connector.

  • Page 206

    Turn on the GOT. Step 7. Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6 - 54 6.10 Installing the Battery...

  • Page 207: Installing The Battery To Gt2708, Gt2705, Or Gt2508

    6.10.2 Installing the battery to GT2708, GT2705, or GT2508 The following shows the battery installation procedure, taking GT2708 as an example. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. Install the battery inside the SD card cover on the side of the GOT. Open the SD card cover as shown in the following figure.

  • Page 208: Installing The Battery To Gt2510-wx Or Gt2507-w

    Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6.10.3 Installing the battery to GT2510-WX or GT2507-W The following shows the battery installation procedure, taking GT2510-WX as an example.

  • Page 209: Installing The Battery To Gt2506hs-v

    Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6.10.4 Installing the battery to GT2506HS-V The following shows the battery installation procedure.

  • Page 210: Installing The Battery To Gt2310 Or Gt2308

    Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6.10.5 Installing the battery to GT2310 or GT2308 The following shows the battery installation procedure, taking GT2310 as an example.

  • Page 211

    Turn on the GOT. Step 7. Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6 - 59 6.10 Installing the Battery...

  • Page 212: Installing The Battery To Gt2505, Gt2107, Gt2105, Gt2104-r, Gt2104-p

    6.10.6 Installing the battery to GT2505, GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P The following shows the battery installation procedure, taking GT2505, GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P as an example. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. Open the battery cover as shown below. Battery cover Battery cover Connector...

  • Page 213

    Turn on the GOT. Step 7. Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility. For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 6 - 61 6.10 Installing the Battery...

  • Page 214: Removing The Battery

    6.11 Removing the Battery The battery removal procedure differs depending on the GOT models. ➠ 6.11.1 Removing the battery from GT2715, GT2712, GT2710, GT2512, GT2510-V, or GT2510F 6.11.2 Removing the battery from GT2708, GT2705, GT2710 or GT2508 6.11.3 Removing the battery from GT2510-WX or GT2507-W 6.11.4 Removing the battery from GT2506HS-V 6.11.5 Removing the battery from GT2310 or GT2308 6.11.6 Removing the battery from GT2505, GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P...

  • Page 215: Removing The Battery From Gt2708, Gt2705, Gt2710 Or Gt2508

    The GT25 models have no battery extension cable regardless of the hardware version. For how to check the hardware version, refer to the following. ➠ 13.8 Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards Step 4. Push and close the battery cover until it clicks. Battery cover 6.11.2 Removing the battery from GT2708, GT2705, GT2710 or GT2508...

  • Page 216: Removing The Battery From Gt2510-wx Or Gt2507-w

    Step 4. Close the SD card cover until it clicks. SD card cover 6.11.3 Removing the battery from GT2510-WX or GT2507-W The following shows the battery removal procedure, taking GT2510-WX as an example. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2.

  • Page 217: Removing The Battery From Gt2506hs-v

    Step 4. Push and close the battery cover until it clicks. Battery cover 6.11.4 Removing the battery from GT2506HS-V The following shows the battery removal procedure. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. Loosen the environmental protection back cover screws at two points on GOT rear face to remove the cover.

  • Page 218: Removing The Battery From Gt2310 Or Gt2308

    6.11.5 Removing the battery from GT2310 or GT2308 The following shows the battery removal procedure, taking GT2310 as an example. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. The battery is stored in the GOT rear face. Open the battery cover as shown below.

  • Page 219: Removing The Battery From Gt2505, Gt2107, Gt2105, Gt2104-r, Gt2104-p

    Step 4. Push and close the battery cover until it clicks. Battery cover 6.11.6 Removing the battery from GT2505, GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P The following shows the battery removal procedure, taking GT2505, GT2107, GT2105, GT2104-R, GT2104-P as an example. Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off.

  • Page 220

    Step 3. After removing the battery from the battery holder of the GOT, unplug the connector. Battery cover Battery cover Connector Connector Battery Battery For GT2107 For GT2505 and GT2105 Battery Connector Connector Battery For GT2104-R For GT2104-P Step 4. Push and close the battery cover until it clicks.

  • Page 221: Installing The Sd Card

    6.12 Installing the SD Card CAUTION Turning off the GOT while it accesses the SD card results in damage to the SD card and files. When using the GOT with an SD card inserted, check the following items. • GT27, GT25, GT23(Except for GT2505, GT25HS-V) When inserting a SD card into the GOT, make sure to close the SD card cover.

  • Page 222: Gt27, Gt25 (except Gt25-w), Gt23

    6.12.1 GT27, GT25 (except GT25-W), GT23 Step 1. Open the SD card cover as shown below. Step 2. After making sure that SD card access LED is off with SD card cover 90 degrees or more open, insert an SD card with its front side facing up.

  • Page 223

    6.12.2 GT25-W Step 1. Open the SD card cover as shown below. Step 2. Open the SD card cover completely, and check that the SD card access LED is off. Then, hold an SD card with its front side facing up, and insert the card into the SD card interface. Open the SD card cover completely.

  • Page 224

    6.12.3 GT25HS-V Step 1. Open the interface environmental protection cover in the arrow-pointing direction. Front Step 2. Set the SD card access switch of the GOT to OFF, and check that the SD card access LED turns off. Interface environmental protection cover MEMORY SD card...

  • Page 225

    Touch [Utility main menu] → [Data control] → [SD card access] → [Permissions], and select [Access inhibit]. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Check that the SD card access LED turns off. When the LED is off, the SD card can be inserted or removed at the GOT power-on.

  • Page 226: Removing The Sd Card

    6.13 Removing the SD Card WARNING If the SD card mounted on drive A of the GOT is removed while the GOT is accessed, processing for the GOT might be interrupted about for 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 227

    6.13.1 GT27, GT25 (except GT25-W), GT23 Step 1. Open the SD card cover as shown below. Step 2. After making sure that SD card access LED is off with SD card cover 90 degrees or more open, push in the SD card to remove it.

  • Page 228

    6.13.2 GT25-W Step 1. Open the SD card cover as shown below. Step 2. Open the SD card cover completely, and check that the SD card access LED is off. Then, push in the SD card to remove it. Open the SD card cover completely.

  • Page 229

    6.13.3 GT25HS-V Step 1. Open the interface environmental protection cover in the arrow-pointing direction. Front Step 2. Set the SD card access switch of the GOT to OFF, and check that the SD card access LED turns off. Interface environmental protection cover MEMORY SD card...

  • Page 230

    Touch [[Utility main menu] → [Data control] → [SD card access] → [Permissions], and select [Access inhibit]. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Check that the SD card access LED turns off. When the LED is off, the SD card can be inserted or removed at the GOT power-on.

  • Page 231: Installing And Removing The Usb Devices (gt27, Gt25, Gt23, Gt2107)

    6.14 Installing and Removing the USB Devices (GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107) The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB device. POINT POINT POINT The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB device When connecting the devices to the USB interface (Host) using USB hub with the GOT power on, drive assignment of connected USB devices may be changed.To use the USB hub devices, turn on the GOT with the devices connected.

  • Page 232

    ■2. For GT27, GT25, GT23, and GT2107 equipped with the USB interface (Host) on the rear face Step 1. Insert the USB interface to the USB interface (Host) as shown below. Make sure to insert the USB interface connector in the correct direction. Example)GT2510-WX Example)GT2107 6 - 80...

  • Page 233: Removing The Usb Devices

    ■1. For GT27 and GT25 equipped with the USB interface (Host) on the front face Step 1. Place the USB device in removable mode.For the setting method, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 2. Remove the USB interface from the USB interface (Host) as shown below. Step 3.

  • Page 234

    ■2. For GT27, GT25, GT23, and GT2107 equipped with the USB interface (Host) on the rear face Step 1. Place the USB device in removable mode.For the setting method, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 2. Remove the USB interface from the USB interface (Host) as shown below. Example)GT2510-WX Example)GT2107 6 - 82 6.14 Installing and Removing the USB Devices (GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107)

  • Page 235: Installing And Removing The Usb Cable (gt27, Gt25, Gt23, Gt2107)

    6.15 Installing and Removing the USB cable (GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107) The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB cable to the USB interface on the GOT rear face. The locations of the USB interface (Host) and the USB interface (Device) vary by model. 6.15.1 Installing the USB cable Install the USB cable to the GOT in the following procedure.

  • Page 236

    ■2. For GT2107 Step 1. Install the USB cable to a USB interface (Host/device) on the GOT rear face. Step 2. Insert a cable clamp to the mounting hole for a cable clamp shown in the following figure and push it until you hear a clicking sound.

  • Page 237: Removing The Usb Cable

    6.15.2 Removing the USB cable When removing the mounted cable clamp and USB cable, refer to the following procedure. (Cable clamp used in this example: RSG-130-V0, KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD.) Step 1. Remove the cable clamp band Draw out the band while pushing up the tab of the cable clamp with a screwdriver or other tools. Band Driver Step 2.

  • Page 238

    POINT POINT POINT The USB cable can be removed from the unit with the cable clamp. Remove the cable with holding both sides of the cable clamp (Arrow A in the figure). 6 - 86 6.15 Installing and Removing the USB cable (GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107)

  • Page 239: Installing And Removing The Panel-mounted Usb Port Extension

    6.16 Installing and Removing the Panel-Mounted USB Port Extension Panel-mounted USB port extension is a waterproof extension cable of the USB. It is used to pull out the USB interface (host) or the USB interface (device) on the back to the surface of the control panel. 6.16.1 Applicable panel-mounted USB port extension The following panel-mounted USB port extensions are applicable.

  • Page 240

    ■2. Precautions on installing the panel-mounted USB port extension • Run power lines, servo amplifier drive wires, and panel-mounted USB port extensions so that they do not cross each other. • Install the panel-mounted USB port extension away from noise sources such as equipment. •...

  • Page 241

    7. OPTION AND COMMUNICATION CABLE FOR HANDY GOT Connector Conversion Box ......7 - 2 Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover .

  • Page 242: Connector Conversion Box

    Refer to the following for the PLC CPU that can be monitored. ➠ GOT2000 Series Handy GOT Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 The Connector Conversion Box relays the power supply input terminal and emergency stop switch of the Handy GOT.

  • Page 243

    Item Contact rating Specifications Each contact coordinates the position of the keylock switch. Keylock switch • When the key is on the left: KSW1 and KSWC are short-circuited. 1A/24VDC(resistance load) (2-position switch) • When the key is on the right: KSW2 and KSWC are short-circuited. 0.3A/24VDC(induction load) KSWC, KSW1, KSW2 When the external cable is not connected, contacts are always open regardless of the keylock...

  • Page 244

    Item Specifications Rotary switch (U) Sets the ID number of GT16-CNB-42S. Sets one ID number with using both rotary switches (U) and (L). Rotary switch (L) Enables the recognition function of ID number (ON=Valid, OFF=Invalid). ID number valid/invalid selection switch When connecting the external connection device with using 10) and 11), set OFF (invalid).

  • Page 245

    ■4. Installation (GT16H-CNB-42S) The Connector Conversion Box can be installed on the panel face directly or on the DIN rail. (1) Mounting on the panel face (When setting the connector for Handy GOT connection and the power supply switch on the panel surface) Step 1.

  • Page 246

    (2) Mounting on the panel face (When setting the connector for Handy GOT connection and the power supply switch on the panel surface) Step 1. Drill a mounting slot of the following size on the panel face. 43±0.2 (1.69±0.01) Drill 4- 5±0.5 (0.2±0.02) Panel cut area Unit: mm (inch) Step 2.

  • Page 247

    (3) Installation on the DIN rail. Install the Connector Conversion Box on the DIN rail with using its DIN rail hook. Applicable DIN rail DIN46277 (width: 35mm) The clearance between screws for installing the DIN rail should be 150mm or less. DIN rail depth more than 10mm (0.4 "inch ) Step 1.

  • Page 248

    ■5. Connector conversion adapter installation Installing the connector conversion adapter and the flange is required to connect the RS-485 unfastened cable with the connector conversion adapter. (1) Installation of the connector conversion adapter GT10-9PT5S (sold separately) and the flange (packed together with the Connector Conversion Box) Install to the adapter and the flange with two screws which are packed together with the connector conversion adapter.

  • Page 249

    TXD+(SDA) RXD+(RDA) RTS+(RSA) Signal line for external device communication CTS+(CSA) For wiring, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 corresponding to the TXD-(SDB) controller to be used RXD-(RDB) RTS-(RSB) CTS-(CSB) External device communication connector RS-232 (D-Sub 9pin male)

  • Page 250

    Terminal block 1, 2 Terminal block 1 (Terminal block for power supply and emergency stop switch) Terminal block 2 (Terminal block for Handy GOT operation switches, grip switch, keylock switch) • Terminal block 1 GT16H-CNB-42S Terminal block 1 Application Terminal No. Signal name 24VDC+ 24VDC power supply "+"...

  • Page 251

    GT16H-CNB-42S Terminal block 2 Application Terminal No. Signal name DSW1 DSW1 For Grip switch DSW2 DSW2 (2) Wiring to the terminal block Terminal screws are M3. Wire as described below. Do not tighten the terminal screws with the torque outside the specified range. Doing so can cause a failure or malfunction.

  • Page 252

    ■7. ID recognition function When connecting with controllers such as PLC via Ethernet, Handy GOT can acquire ID number which is set by the rotary switch of the Conversion Box of the connection target. ID number can be used as information for switching the station number. By storing the ID number obtained using the trigger action function or the script function to the station No.

  • Page 253

    (2) Handy GOT side settings Set the RS-232 communication interface of the Handy GOT. Set the Ethernet interface according to the connected equipment to be monitored. Step 1. For setting RS-232 as the serial communication interface, select the RS-232 of the RS-422/485 ←→...

  • Page 254

    Step 4. Make the controller settings of the project data to be transferred to the handy GOT. • Controller setting Make the settings to connect the GOT to Ethernet. Set all PLCs which the GOT may be connected to via Ethernet. Here, an example when [Net No.] is fixed to 1 is explained.

  • Page 255

    • Station No. switching device setting Tick the check box of [Use Station No. Switching] to set the device specifying the station No. of the connected PLC. Here, an example when the GOT internal device GD500 is set is explained. Step 5.

  • Page 256

    Click the [Add...] button in the Project tab. Set [ON] for [Trigger Type] of Trigger 1 in the Trigger tab. Set [GB40] for [Trigger Device]. • Operation setting Store the rotary switch value into the station No. switching device (D500). The station No.

  • Page 257

    • Click MODBUS Master in the [Select CH No.] dialog box to open the device setting dialog box of MODBUS Master. • Input 3-00001 to Device. Select [Host] for Network. Click the [OK] button when settings are completed. 3-00001 is a fixed register to access to the rotary switch of the connector conversion box by the MODBUS communication.

  • Page 258

    Step 6. Set the project data to use the station No. switching. If [Screen] →[Screen Property] from the menu is selected, the [Screen Property] dialog box is displayed. Tick the check box of [Switch Station No.] in the [Basic] tab. Perform this operation in all screens where the station No.

  • Page 259: Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover

    Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover The emergency stop SW guard cover is attached to prevent the emergency stop SW from being operated incorrectly. 7.2.1 Applicable emergency stop SW guard cover The following emergency stop SW guard cover is applicable for the Handy GOT. Product name Model name Contents...

  • Page 260: Overview Of Communication Cable

    Select or prepare appropriate cables for the communication method and controllers. For the details, refer to the following. PLC connection cable ➠ GOT2000 Series Handy GOT Connection Manual For GT Works3 (for connecting between PLCs and Connecter Conversion Box) Version1 ■1. Selection of RS-232 connection and RS-422/485 connection The Handy GOT can be connected to a controller with either of RS-232 or RS-422/485 connection.

  • Page 261: Installing And Removing Of External Cable

    For switching between the RS-232 connection and the RS-422 connection, make sure to turn off the Handy GOT power before disconnecting or connecting the cable connector for PLC communication in the environmental protection back cover. Disconnecting or connecting the cable connector without turning off the Handy GOT power causes a failure. The selected connection method (RS-232 connection or RS-422 connection) is applied when the Handy GOT power is turned on.

  • Page 262

    ■2. Removal procedure of external cable Step 1. Make sure that the GOT power is off. Step 2. Pull up the lock lever with inserting a flat-blade screwdriver into the release hole of the lock lever. Flat screwdriver Step 3. The external cable can be removed by pulling the whole plug connector while shifting the coupling of the plug connector to the cable side.

  • Page 263

    8. WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION Wiring of External Power Supply ......8 - 3 Power Supply Wiring to the GOT ......8 - 4 Grounding .

  • Page 264

    This section describes wiring to the GOT power supply section. For the connection to a controller, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used For external dimensions of connection cable, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 265: Wiring Of External Power Supply

    (3) Releasing noise to the ground (a) Make sure to connect the ground cable to the ground. (b) Use a short and thick cable to lower its ground resistance. (c) Ground the power system and the control system separately. Wiring of External Power Supply ■1.

  • Page 266: Power Supply Wiring To The Got

    Power Supply Wiring to the GOT The following shows the examples of wiring the power cable, ground cable and other cables to the GOT power supply terminal. GT27, GT25, GT23 For 100 V AC Fuse INPUT 100-240VAC For 24 V DC INPUT 24VDC For 24 V DC (GT2705, GT25-W)

  • Page 267

    ■2. Precautions (GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P) (1) Terminal processing of power cables Connect a stranded wire or a solid wire directly, or use a rod terminal with an insulation sleeve. Do not tighten the terminal screws in the specified torque range or more. Doing so can cause a failure or malfunction. When connecting a stranded wire or a solid wire directly Twist the end of the stranded wire to prevent the elemental wires from protruding.

  • Page 268

    Grounding Each GOT has the following ground terminals. • GT27 (except GT2705-V), GT25 (except GT25-W), GT23: FG terminal and LG terminal • GT2705-V, GT25-W, GT21 : FG terminal 8.3.1 Grounding the GOT ■1. Grounding method Ground the GOT as shown below. (1) For GT27, GT25, GT23, GT2107, and GT2105-Q •...

  • Page 269

    (2) Shared grounding (Good) Ground the system at one end. To prevent noise from entering the GOT, use a short and thick wire for grounding between the ground and the control panel to lower ground resistance. Power equipment (such as servo) Connection cable CN1A CN 1B CN2 CN3...

  • Page 270: Causes Of Wiring-related Malfunction And Countermeasure Examples

    8.3.2 Causes of wiring-related malfunction and countermeasure examples Causes of a malfunction due to grounding of the GOT include potential difference caused by grounding and noise. The following measures may reduce potential difference and noise. ■1. Wiring of the ground cable and power line of the GOT When the ground cable and power line of the GOT are installed together, the GOT may malfunction due to noise.

  • Page 271

    (2) Countermeasure example 2 If the noise from the control panel having the GOT adversely affects the GOT even after Countermeasure example 1 is taken, attach the ferrite core (KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD. RFC-H13 or equivalent). When attaching a ferrite core, insert the cable through the ferrite core several times (approximately three times). When Countermeasure example 2-1 is difficult to be taken, such as the wiring is impossible, carry out wiring as shown in Countermeasure example 2-2.

  • Page 272: Wiring Inside And Outside The Control Panel

    Wiring Inside and Outside the Control Panel 8.4.1 Control panel inside wiring As shown in the following figure, power lines, including power cables and servo amplifier driving cables, and communication cables, including bus connection cables and network cables, must not be mixed. Mixing the power lines and communication cables may cause a malfunction due to noise.

  • Page 273: Attaching A Surge Suppressor To Control Equipment

    Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment When the GOT fails to work properly, for example a communication error occurs, in synchronization with the ON/OFF status of the specific control equipment, including a molded case circuit breaker, electromagnetic contactor, relay, solenoid valve, and induction motor (hereinafter described as load), the GOT may be affected by surge noise.

  • Page 274: Grounding The Extension Unit

    Grounding the Extension Unit 8.6.1 Wiring of the FG cable of a bus connection cable This section explains wiring of FG cables when a GOT is connected to a PLC CPU with bus connection cables. POINT POINT POINT Cables connected to the PLC CPU Do not install the connection cable together with or close to the main circuit lines (high voltage, large current) or I/O signal lines.

  • Page 275

    9. HANDLING OF POWER WIRING AND SWITCH OF HANDY GOT Internal Wiring Diagram of Handy GOT ....9 - 4 Power Wiring......... 9 - 5 Wiring inside and outside the panel .

  • Page 276

    WARNING Make sure to attach the back cover to the Handy GOT before turning on the power and starting operation after the installation or wiring work. Not doing so may cause an electrical shock. Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in an electric shock, product damage or malfunctions.

  • Page 277

    ■1. General preventive measures against noise There are two kinds of noises: Radiated noise that is transmitted into the air and Conductive noise that is directly transmitted along connected lines. Countermeasures must be taken considering both kinds of noises and referring to the following 3 points. (1) Protecting against noise •...

  • Page 278: Internal Wiring Diagram Of Handy Got

    Internal Wiring Diagram of Handy GOT Each switch is wired inside the Handy GOT as shown in the following diagram. Display unit DC24V+ Power supply Display LED DC24G Display circuit SW1 LED Display section SW2 LED SW-COM Touch panel SW3 LED Operation SW4 LED switch...

  • Page 279: Power Wiring

    Power Wiring 9.2.1 Power wiring and grounding GOT power is supplied from the external power. In addition, the following table shows the input power supply voltage and the consumed current. Specifications Item GT2506HS-VTBD Input power supply voltage 24VDC(+10% -15%) Power consumption 11.6W or less (480mA/24VDC) At backlight off 8.2W or less (340mA/24VDC)

  • Page 280: The Cause Of Malfunctions Related Wiring/remedy

    9.2.2 The cause of malfunctions related wiring/Remedy Grounding of the GOT may cause electric potential difference and noise interference, which may result in GOT malfunctions. These problems may be resolved by taking the following measures. ■1. Wiring path of the GOT's ground cable and power line Bundling the GOT's ground cable and power line together can cause interference noise, which may result in malfunctions.

  • Page 281

    • Remedy 1 (Refer to the figures Remedy 1-1 and 1-2 below.) If the electric potential difference between the ground cable and the panel that houses the GOT is creating problems, connect the ground cable to the panel also. If the wiring method as shown in Remedy 1-1 is not feasible, follow Remedy 1-2. Connector Connector conversion box...

  • Page 282: Wiring Inside And Outside The Panel

    Wiring inside and outside the panel 9.3.1 Wiring inside Run power lines, servo amplifier drive wires, and communication cables so that they do not cross each other. Noise interference that is generated by cables that cross each other may cause malfunctions. Surge suppressors are an effective way to filter out surge noise that is generated from no fuse breakers (NFB), electromagnetic contactors (MC), relays (RA), solenoid valves, and induction motors.

  • Page 283: Attaching Surge Killers To Control Equipment

    9.3.3 Attaching surge killers to control equipment If communication errors happen in synch with the on/off signals from certain control equipment (referred to as "load" hereafter) such as no fuse breakers, electromagnetic contactors, relays, solenoid valves, and induction motors, surge noise interference is suspected.

  • Page 284: Switch Wiring

    Switch Wiring 9.4.1 Overview for switch Operation switch display LED Grip switch display LED Name Abbreviations Specifications Operation switch (6 switches) SW1 to SW6 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Emergency stop switch ES-1, ES-2, ES-3 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Grip switch DSW-1, DSW-2 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact)

  • Page 285: Switch Wiring Example

    9.4.2 Switch wiring example ■1. When connecting general load Connector Handy GOT conversion box Terminal External block 2 cable SW-COM KSW-C KSW-1 KSW-2 DSW-1 DSW-1 DSW-2 Terminal DSW-2 block 1 ES-1 ES1A ES1B ES1B Internal contact*1 ES-2 ES2A ES2B ES2B ES-3 ES3A ES3B...

  • Page 286

    ■2. When connecting PLC input Connector Handy GOT conversion box Terminal External block 2 (Example of FX series) cable SW-COM X000 X001 X002 X003 X004 X005 KSW-C X010 KSW-1 X011 KSW-2 X020 DSW-1 DSW-1 DSW-2 To the external load DSW-2 Terminal block 1 ES-1...

  • Page 287: Operation Switch Wiring

    9.4.3 Operation switch wiring The operation switch is connected to the PLC through an external cable and the Connector Conversion Box. ■1. Connection example Connector Handy GOT conversion box Terminal block 2 SW-COM ■2. Pin layout Terminal No. Model name SW-COM Connector Conversion Terminal block 2...

  • Page 288: Led Setting Of Operation Switch

    9.4.5 LED setting of operation switch For operation check, the green LED is attached to the six operation switches (SW1 to SW6). Each LED is related to the bit 0 to bit 5 of the word device. The LED is lit when the bit value is 1, and not lit when it is 0. ■1.

  • Page 289

    Step 7. When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button to close the [System Information] window. ■3. Program example The following describes the sequence program example. • System information: Set the read device to D101 (using the drawing software) •...

  • Page 290: Operation Switch Name Sheet Creation

    9.4.6 Operation switch name sheet creation This section describes the operation switch name sheet creation. ■1. Creating the name sheet Step 1. Prepare the name sheet board and OHP sheet (transparent and colorless sheet) included in the Handy GOT. Step 2. Write a original switch name for the user on the name sheet board.

  • Page 291: Emergency Stop Switch Wiring

    9.4.7 Emergency stop switch wiring The emergency stop switch is connected to the PLC with an external cable and the Connector Conversion Box. • Use the emergency stop switch signal as control signals of external device power ON/OFF. Do not use it as the input signal of external device. When turning ON/OFF the external device power, set the load up to 24VDC/1A (contact specification).

  • Page 292

    (2) When avoiding to set the Connector Conversion Box to the emergency stop state while Handy GOT is removed Connector conversion box Handy GOT Terminal block 1 Used as control signals of external ES-1 ES1A device power ON/OFF ES1B Internal contact ES-2 ES2A ES2B...

  • Page 293: Grip Switch

    9.4.8 Grip switch The grip switch is on the side surface of the Handy GOT and wired to the input of PLC, etc. Grip switch The grip switch is the 3-position system switch and makes the ON/OFF state of Handy GOT as shown below. Side surface of grip switch When released When half-pressed...

  • Page 294: Led Settings Of Grip Switch

    9.4.10 LED settings of grip switch Grip switches (DSW1, DSW2) contain green LED for checking operation. The grip switch LED coordinates with b6 of the external input and output function/output information (read device +1) and operates the LED ON/OFF display. ■1.

  • Page 295: Outline Procedure To Start The Got

    10. OPERATING THE GOT 10.1 Outline Procedure to Start the GOT ..... 10 - 2 10.2 Creating Project Data ....... . . 10 - 5 10 - 1...

  • Page 296

    10.1 Outline Procedure to Start the GOT This section explains the outline procedure to operate the GOT. Start Preparing project data Installing an extension unit and option Installing the GOT, and power supply wiring Writing package data Connecting the GOT and the controller Starting monitoring ■1.

  • Page 297

    ■4. Writing package data Write package data with GT Designer3 Version1. The writing procedure differs depending on the data writing method. POINT POINT POINT Terms (1) Basic software The basic software is equivalent to an operating system of the GOT. A GOT in which no basic software is written cannot be started.

  • Page 298

    Turn off the power of the GOT. Step 3. Connect the GOT and controller with a cable. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used ■6. Starting monitoring Step 1. Turn on the GOT and the connected system.

  • Page 299: Creating Project Data

    10.2 Creating Project Data Create project data with GT Designer3 Version1. For how to operate GT Designer3 Version1, refer to the following. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual ■1. Precautions for drawing (1) Starting GT Designer3 Version1 When starting GT Designer3 Version1, make sure to start the GOT2000 application. You cannot create the GOT2000 screens with the GOT1000 application.

  • Page 300

    10 - 6 10.2 Creating Project Data...

  • Page 301

    11. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 11.1 Daily Inspection ........11 - 3 11.2 Periodic Inspection.

  • Page 302

    WARNING When power is on, do not touch the terminals. Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction. Correctly connect the battery connector. Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire. Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, or ignite, resulting in injury and fire. Before starting cleaning or terminal screw retightening, always switch off the power externally in all phases.

  • Page 303: Daily Inspection

    However, the battery and liquid crystal display have limited life. The periodical replacement of the battery is recommended. For replacing the liquid crystal display, consult Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. For the battery and the liquid crystal display, refer to the following.

  • Page 304: Periodic Inspection

    Battery No alarm battery has reached the ➠ GOT2000 Series User's specified life span, even if the low voltage is not indicated. Manual (Utility) The criterion varies with the installation orientation. For the details, refer to the following.

  • Page 305: Screen Cleaning Method

    11.3 Screen Cleaning Method Use the GOT always in a clean condition. To clean the GOT, wipe the dirty part with a soft cloth using neutral detergent or ethanol. Clean POINT POINT POINT Precautions for screen cleaning Do not use solvents such as acetone, benzene, toluene, and alcohol. Solvents may deform the protective sheet or peel the dissolvable paint on the surface.

  • Page 306: Low-voltage Battery Detection And Battery Replacement

    For details of the battery status display by using the utility, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) GT27, GT25 and GT23 can display a low battery voltage message with the system alarm on such an occasion.

  • Page 307

    ■2. Handling of batteries and devices with built-in batteries in EU member states This section explains the precautions for disposing of waste batteries in EU member states and for exporting batteries and devices with built-in batteries to EU member states. (1) Precautions for disposal EU member states have a separate collection system for waste batteries.

  • Page 308

    11 - 8 11.4 Low-voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement...

  • Page 309: Troubleshooting

    12. TROUBLESHOOTING 12.1 GOT Restoration Sheets ......12 - 2 12.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection.

  • Page 310: Got Restoration Sheets

    If a malfunction or others still occurs even after the above checks, fill out the system configuration check sheet with details about your system, and consult your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. When sending a faulty product, attach the GOT restoration sheets (GOT status check sheet, GOT installation status check sheet, and the system configuration check sheet) checked in this section.

  • Page 311

    (4) Check of the screen display Check Symptom Cause/status Corrective action Perform the following in order. 1) Write the package data again. The screen is completely 2) Install the basic software again. □ The LCD or basic software may be faulty. black.

  • Page 312

    (3) Check of the objects that are not displayed on the monitor screen Check Symptom Cause/status Corrective action □ Found • Details: Proceed to ■3. PLC status. □ Not found Example: The numerical display object is not displayed. ■3. PLC status (1) PLC failure Check Symptom...

  • Page 313

    CC-Link connection (intelligent device station). ■5. Faulty product investigation If you cannot restore the GOT, consult your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. Depending on the problem details, we may ask you to send the faulty product to us.

  • Page 314: Got Installation Status Check Sheet

    12.1.2 GOT installation status check sheet Check the current installation status of your GOT as shown in ■1. to ■7. According to the status of the GOT found after a check, take measures described below if necessary. If the measure is taken, mark the effect, "Effective" or "Ineffective". Each GOT has the following ground terminals.

  • Page 315

    Separating the communication cable from the power line or using a separator (made of metal) in the duct, as shown below, reduces the influence of noise. Power Wiring duct Separator line □ Effective 100 mm or more □ Ineffective Signal Power Communication wire...

  • Page 316

    (2) Measure for the equipment without a surge suppressor Attaching a surge suppressor close to the load reduces the influence of surge on the GOT. Output □ Effective □ Ineffective The surge suppressor must be attached close to the load. ■5.

  • Page 317

    ■6. Grounding status of the control panel having the GOT (1) Current status Check if a single ground cable is led from the control panel having the control equipment such as a PLC to the control panel having the GOT. Connection cable Ground cable led from...

  • Page 318

    Measure 2 By attaching a ferrite core (KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD. RFC-H13 or equivalent) to the ground cable connected to the control panel having the GOT as shown in Figure C, the influence of noise is reduced. If wiring as shown in Figure C is unavailable, perform wiring as shown in Figure D. Figure C Connection cable...

  • Page 319: System Configuration Check Sheet

    12.1.3 System configuration check sheet Fill in the following table with the details of the system configuration, such as the GOT type and unit model. ■1. System configuration for the GOT System configuration Item Usage Model GOT (Example: GT2710-STBA) Communication unit Used, Not used Communication interface GOT built-in interface...

  • Page 320: Troubleshooting For The Bus Connection

    GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) For the details of the bus connection, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual For GT Works3 Version1 compatible for a controller used 12.2.1 Identifying the error position This section explains how to identify the error position.

  • Page 321: Narrowing The Possible Error Positions

    12.2.2 Narrowing the possible error positions If the system cannot be restored even though the module with an error is replaced, another module may cause the error. Disconnect the extension cables and bus connection cables in order, starting from the module at the end of the system, and check for the error.

  • Page 322: Specific Example Of Troubleshooting

    12.2.3 Specific example of troubleshooting With the following system as an example, this section shows a troubleshooting when an error occurs in the PLC CPU. (When QnASCPU and an extension base unit are used) (main base unit) GOT 1) GOT 2) Extension cable (extension base unit)

  • Page 323: Error Messages And System Alarms

    12.3 Error Messages and System Alarms This section explains the error messages and system alarms displayed on the GOT. The system alarm function displays the error code and error message when an error occurs in the GOT, controller, or network. For the details of the system alarm, refer to the following.

  • Page 324

    ■3. Checking error messages with the utility (Utility) You can check the error codes and error messages using the system alarm display of the utility even though its object is not set. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Error codes and reference manuals Storage location of...

  • Page 325

    13. APPENDICES 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams......13 - 2 13.2 Depth Dimensions and Cable Bend Radius for GT27 with an Extension Unit.

  • Page 326: External Dimension Diagrams

    13.1 External Dimension Diagrams 13.1.1 GT27 ■1. GT2715-X 322(12.68) 322(12.68) 397(15.63) 10(0.39) 10(0.39) 382(15.04) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 2 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 327

    ■2. GT2712-S 241 (9.49) 241 (9.49) 316 (12.44) 301 (11.85) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 3 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 328

    ■3. GT2710-S, GT2710-V 208 (8.19) 228 (8.98) 303 (11.93) 288 (11.34) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 4 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 329

    ■4. GT2708-S, GT2708-V 37.5 166 (6.54) (1.48) 171.6 (6.76) 37.5 (1.48) 241 (9.49) 226 (8.90) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 5 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 330

    ■5. GT2705-V 117(4.61) 89(3.50) 167(6.57) 152(5.98) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 6 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 331

    13.1.2 GT25-W ■1. GT2510-WX 24.5 203(7.99) (0.96) 24.5 203(7.99) (0.96) 252(9.92) 243(9.57) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 7 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 332

    ■2. GT2507-W 145(5.71) 142(5.59) 189(7.44) 180(7.09) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 8 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 333

    13.1.3 GT25-S, GT25-V ■1. GT2512-S 241 (9.49) 241 (9.49) 316 (12.44) 301 (11.85) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 9 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 334

    ■2. GT2512F-S 347(13.66) 54(2.13) 311(12.24) 301(11.85) Unit: mm (inch) The values indicate the dimensions when all the fittings are installed to the GOT. Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT. 13 - 10 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 335

    ■3. GT2510-V 208 (8.19) 228 (8.98) 303 (11.93) 288 (11.34) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 11 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 336

    ■4. GT2510F-V 334(13.15) 54(2.13) 298(11.73) 288(11.34) Unit: mm (inch) The values indicate the dimensions when all the fittings are installed to the GOT. Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT. 13 - 12 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 337

    ■5. GT2508-V 37.5 166 (6.54) (1.48) 171.6 (6.76) 37.5 (1.48) 241 (9.49) 226 (8.90) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 13 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 338

    ■6. GT2508F-V 272(10.71) 54(2.13) 236(9.29) 226(8.90) Unit: mm (inch) The values indicate the dimensions when all the fittings are installed to the GOT. Install the fittings on the top and bottom, or the right and left of the GOT. 13 - 14 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 339

    ■7. GT2505-V 164(6.46) 122(4.80) 22(0.87) 122(4.80) 22(0.87) 152(5.98) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 15 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 340

    13.1.4 GT25HS-V ■1. GT2506HS-V 201(7.91) 21(0.83) 50(1.97) 47(1.85) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 16 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 341

    13.1.5 GT23 ■1. GT2310-V 208 (8.19) 228 (8.98) 303 (11.93) 288 (11.34) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 17 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 342

    ■2. GT2308-V 166 (6.54) 166 (6.54) 241 (9.49) 226 (8.90) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 18 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 343

    13.1.6 GT21 ■1. GT2107-WTBD, GT2107-WTSD (0.87) 145 (5.71) 142 (5.59) 23.5 (0.93) 189 (7.44) 180 (7.09) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 19 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 344

    ■2. GT2105-QTBDS, GT2105-QMBDS (0.63) 122 (4.80) 122 (4.80) (0.63) 164 (6.46) 152 (5.98) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 20 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 345

    ■3. GT2104-RTBD 18.5 (0.37) (0.73) 78(3.07) 78(3.07) 20.5 (0.81) 128(5.04) 117(4.61) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 21 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 346

    ■4. GT2104-PMBD 20.5 (0.81) (3.70) (0.37) 21.5 (0.85) (3.70) (5.71) (5.35) Unit: mm (inch) ■5. GT2104-PMBDS 20.5 (0.81) (3.70) (0.37) 21.5 (0.85) (3.70) (5.71) (5.35) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 22 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 347

    ■6. GT2104-PMBDS2 20.5 (0.37) (0.81) (3.70) 21.5 94 (3.70) (0.85) 145 (5.71) 136 (5.35) Unit: mm (inch) ■7. GT2104-PMBLS 20.5 (0.81) (0.37) (3.70) 21.5 94 (3.70) (0.85) 145 (5.71) 136 (5.35) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 23 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 348

    ■8. GT2103-PMBD (0.75) (2.52) (0.37) (0.83) (2.52) (4.45) (4.09) Unit: mm (inch) ■9. GT2103-PMBDS (0.75) (2.52) (0.37) (0.83) (2.52) (4.45) (4.09) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 24 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 349

    ■10. GT2103-PMBDS2 (0.75) (2.52) (0.37) (0.83) (2.52) (4.45) (4.09) Unit: mm (inch) ■11. GT2103-PMBLS (0.75) (2.52) (0.37) (0.83) (2.52) (4.45) (4.09) Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 25 13.1 External Dimension Diagrams...

  • Page 350: Depth Dimensions And Cable Bend Radius For Gt27 With An Extension Unit

    13.2 Depth Dimensions and Cable Bend Radius for GT27 with an Extension Unit The following table shows the depth dimensions and the cable bend dimensions for the GOT with one extension unit. For the dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 351: Gt2715-x

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 352: Gt2712-s

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 353: Gt2710-s, Gt2710-v

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 354: Gt2708-s, Gt2708-v

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 355: Gt2705-v

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 356: Depth Dimensions And Cable Bend Radius For Gt25 With An Extension Unit

    13.3 Depth Dimensions and Cable Bend Radius for GT25 with an Extension Unit The following table shows the depth dimensions and the cable bend dimensions for the GOT with one extension unit. For the dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages, refer to the following. ➠...

  • Page 357

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 358

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 359

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 360: Gt2512f-s, Gt2510f-v, Gt2508f-v

    13.3.2 GT2512F-S, GT2510F-V, GT2508F-V Rear face Side face 100 or more Extension unit Other device unit: mm (inch) GOT model Dimension of X GT2512F-S 54(2.13) GT2510F-V 54(2.13) GT2508F-V 54(2.13) 13 - 36 13.3 Depth Dimensions and Cable Bend Radius for GT25 with an Extension Unit...

  • Page 361

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 362

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 363

    0;however, it is written as "0" in the table. For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.

  • Page 364: Depth Dimensions For The Got With An Sd Card Unit (gt2103-p)

    13.4 Depth dimensions for the GOT with an SD card unit (GT2103-P) The following table shows the depth dimensions for the GOT with an SD card unit. GT2103-PMBDS, GT2103-PMBD GT2103-PMBDS2 Rear face Side face Side face 80(3.15) or more 80(3.15) or more SD card unit Other device Other device...

  • Page 365: Depth Dimensions For The Got With Several Extension Units Mounted In Multiple Stages (gt27 Gt25)

    13.5 Depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages (GT27, GT25) The following shows how to calculate the depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages. 13.2 For the dimensions for the GOT with one extension unit, refer to the dimension D in Depth Dimensions and Cable Bend Radius for GT27 with an Extension Unit.

  • Page 366: External Dimension Diagrams Of The Communication Cable

    13.6 External dimension diagrams of the communication cable ■1. External dimension diagrams of the bus connection cable connector External dimension Cable model Cable length (m(ft.)) diagram GT15-QC□B 0.6(2.0), 1.2(3.9), 3(10), 5(16), 10(33) GT15-QC□BS 15(49), 20(66), 25(82), 30(98), 35(115) (1) GT15-QC□B, GT15-QC□BS 34.5 (1.36) 10(0.39)

  • Page 367

    ■3. External dimension diagrams of the RS-422 connection cable connector Cable model Cable length (m(ft.)) External dimensions GT16-C02R4-9S 0.2(0.7) GT01-C30R4-25P 3(10) GT01-C□R4-25P 10(33), 20(66), 30(98) GT01-C□R4-8P 1(3), 3(10), 10(33), 20(66), 30(98) GT10-C□R4-8P 1(3), 3(10), 10(33), 20(66), 30(98) GT10-C□R4-25P 3(10), 10(33), 20(66), 30(98) GT21-C□R4-8P5 1(3), 3(10), 10(33), 20(66), 30(98) GT21-C□R4-25P5...

  • Page 368

    (7) GT10-C10R4-8PL 1000 (1.18) (39.4) (1.50) (9.84) Unit: mm (inch) (8) GT10-C□R4-8PC (2.05) (1.57) (9.84) Φ 13(0.51) Φ 25(0.98)×33(1.30) Φ 7(0.28) Unit: mm (inch) (9) GT10-C02H4-9SC 15(0.59) 45.5 (2.05) (7.87) (1.79) Φ 7(0.28) Unit: mm (inch) ■4. External dimension diagrams of RS-485 terminal block conversion unit Cable model Cable length (m(ft.)) External dimensions...

  • Page 369: External Dimensions Of Connection Cables For Handy Got

    13.7 External Dimensions of Connection Cables for Handy GOT ■1. External dimensions of external cables External dimension Cable model Cable length (m(ft.)) diagram GT16H-C□□□-42P 3(10), 6(20), 10(33) (1) GT16-C□□□-42P About140 (5.52) About140 (5.52) 11 (0.44) Label Handy GOT side Connector conversion box side Unit: mm (inch) 13 - 45 13.7 External Dimensions of Connection Cables for Handy GOT...

  • Page 370: Confirming Of Versions And Conforming Standards

    13.8 Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards 13.8.1 GT27, GT25, GT23 ■1. Rating plate The GOT hardware version, BootOS version at factory default, function version, and conforming standards can be checked with the rating plate on the GOT rear face. QR code MAC address GOT serial number...

  • Page 371

    13.9 Transportation Precautions When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations. 13.9.1 Relevant models The battery for the GOT2000 series is classified as shown in the table below. Product name Model Description Handled as...

  • Page 372

    13.10 Calculating consumed current of GT2705-V For using multiple extension units, a bar code reader, or a RFID controller, the total current for the extension units, bar code reader, or RFID controller must be within the current that the GT2705-V can supply. GOT other than GT2705-V, the calculation of the current value is not required.

  • Page 373

    REVISIONS * The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date * Manual Number Revision Sep. 2013 SH(NA)-081194ENG-A First printing: GT Designer3 Version1.100E Nov. 2013 SH(NA)-081194ENG-B Compatible with GT Works3 Version1.104J • Description of SAFETY PRECAUTIONS changed •...

  • Page 374

    • GT2505-V, GT2506HS-V are supported. This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.

  • Page 375

    If requested by the customer, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation or its representative firm may carry out the primary failure diagnosis at the customer’s expense. The primary failure diagnosis will, however, be free of charge should the cause of failure be attributable to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.

  • Page 376

    MELDAS, MELSEC, iQ Platform, MELSOFT, GOT, CC-Link, CC-Link/LT, and CC-Link IE are trademarks or registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan and other countries. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, Excel, and Access are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

  • Page 378

    GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) GOT2000-U-HW-E MODEL MODEL 1D7MJ5 CODE When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, SH(NA)-081194ENG-T(1706)MEE Trade and Industry for service transaction permission. HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN Specifications subject to change without notice.

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