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Mitsubishi Electric GOT2000 Series Connection Manual

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GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000
Connection Manual
(Mitsubishi Electric Products)
For GT Works3 Version1
■ETHERNET CONNECTION
■DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU
■SERIAL COMMUNICATION CONNECTION
■BUS CONNECTION
■MELSECNET/H CONNECTION,
MELSECNET/10 CONNECTION
■CC-Link IE CONNECTION
■CC-Link CONNECTION
■INVERTER CONNECTION
■SERVO AMPLIFIER CONNECTION
Series
■ROBOT CONTROLLER CONNECTION
■CNC CONNECTION
■LASER DISPLACEMENT
SENSOR MH11 CONNECTION
■GOT MULTI-DROP CONNECTION
■MULTIPLE-GT21 CONNECTION FUNCTION
■MULTI-CHANNEL FUNCTION
■FA TRANSPARENT FUNCTION

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  • Page 1 GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Electric Products) For GT Works3 Version1 ■ETHERNET CONNECTION ■ROBOT CONTROLLER CONNECTION ■DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU ■CNC CONNECTION ■SERIAL COMMUNICATION CONNECTION ■LASER DISPLACEMENT ■BUS CONNECTION SENSOR MH11 CONNECTION ■MELSECNET/H CONNECTION, ■GOT MULTI-DROP CONNECTION MELSECNET/10 CONNECTION ■MULTIPLE-GT21 CONNECTION FUNCTION...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Thank you for choosing Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal (Mitsubishi GOT). Read this manual and make sure you understand the functions and performance of the GOT thoroughly in advance to ensure correct use. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Always read these precautions before using this equipment.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING When the GOT backlight has a failure, the GOT status will be as follows. Failure to observe this instruction may result in an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction. • GT27, GT25, GT23 The POWER LED blinks (orange/blue), the display section dims, and inputs by a touch switch are disabled.
  • Page 5 • 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.
  • Page 6 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or removing the GOT main unit to/from the panel. Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or removing the option unit onto/from the GOT.
  • Page 7 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING When closing the USB environmental protection cover, note the following points to ensure the IP rating. • GT27, GT25 (except GT25-W and GT2505-V) Push the [PUSH] mark on the latch firmly to fix the cover to the GOT. •...
  • Page 8 Use a Phillips-head screwdriver No. 2. • GT2104-R, GT2104-P, GT2103-P For the usable screwdrivers, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section in the following specified torque range. • GT27, GT25, GT23 Specified torque range (0.5 N•m to 0.8 N•m)
  • Page 9 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Plug the QnA/ACPU/Motion controller(A series) bus connection cable by inserting it into the connector of the connected unit until it "clicks". After plugging, check that it has been inserted snugly. Not doing so can cause a malfunction due to a contact fault. (GT27, GT25 Only) [TEST OPERATION PRECAUTIONS] WARNING Before testing the operation of a user-created monitor screen (such as turning on or off a bit device,...
  • Page 10 Before touching the unit, always touch grounded metals, etc. to discharge static electricity from human body, etc. Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. Use the battery manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Use of other batteries may cause a risk of fire or explosion. Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 11 [PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE DATA STORAGE IS IN USE] WARNING If the SD card is removed from drive A of the GOT while being accessed by the GOT, the GOT may stop processing data for about 20 seconds. The GOT cannot be operated during this period. The functions that run in the background including a screen updating, alarm, logging, scripts, and others are also interrupted.
  • Page 12 [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.
  • Page 13 When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (Refer to the GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Hardware) for details of the battery directive in the EU member states.)
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    1.6.3Confirming the communication state to each station (Station monitoring function) ......1 - 46 1.6.4Check on GX Developer ......................... 1 - 49 1.6.5Check on GX Works2 ........................1 - 52 1.6.6Check on the PLC ........................... 1 - 52 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC CONNECTIONS A - 12...
  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    2. DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET 2.1MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC/RT, CR800-D (GT27, GT25 only) ............... 2 - 13 2.2MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/RT, CR800-D (GT21 only) ................2 - 33 2.3MELSEC iQ-F ............................2 - 39 2.4MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 ..................2 - 55 2.5MELSEC-QnA, MELDAS C6 * ......................
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    5.1.1PLC/Motion controller CPU ....................... 5 - 2 5.1.2Ethernet module..........................5 - 8 5.2System Configuration..........................5 - 9 5.2.1Connection to Ethernet module ......................5 - 9 5.2.2Connection to Built-in Ethernet port CPU or C Controller module ..........5 - 13 5.2.3Connecting to Display I/F ........................ 5 - 16 5.2.4Connection to CC-Link IE Field Network Ethernet Adapter Module ..........
  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    6.5PLC Side Setting........................... 6 - 54 6.5.1L6ADP-R4 adapter settings ......................6 - 54 6.5.2GX Works2 settings ........................6 - 55 6.6Precautions ............................6 - 56 7. SERIAL COMMUNICATION CONNECTION 7.1Connectable Model List .......................... 7 - 2 7.1.1PLC/Motion controller CPU....................... 7 - 2 7.1.2Serial communication module/Computer link module...............
  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    8.4.5Powering OFF or resetting the PLC ....................8 - 41 8.4.6Position of the GOT ........................8 - 41 8.4.7When the GOT is bus-connected to a PLC CPU without the communication driver written ... 8 - 41 8.4.8When designing the system ......................8 - 41 8.4.9When assigning GOT I/O signals....................
  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    10.4.2Connecting to C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) ............10 - 20 10.4.3Connecting to MELSEC-Q/L series .................... 10 - 26 10.5Precautions ............................10 - 37 11. CC-Link IE FIELD NETWORK CONNECTION 11.1Connectable Model List ........................11 - 2 11.1.1PLC/Motion controller CPU......................11 - 2 11.1.2CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit................
  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    13.5.5Parameter setting (when connecting to C Controller module (Q Series)) ........13 - 25 13.5.6[Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 ................... 13 - 27 13.6Precautions ............................13 - 28 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC FA DEVICE CONNECTIONS 14. INVERTER CONNECTION 14.1Connectable Model List........................14 - 2 14.2System Configuration..........................
  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    15.2.4Connecting to the MELSERVO-JE Series .................. 15 - 12 15.3Connection Diagram ......................... 15 - 14 15.3.1RS-232 cable ..........................15 - 14 15.3.2RS-422 cable ..........................15 - 15 15.4GOT Side Settings ..........................15 - 19 15.4.1When directly connecting the GOT to a servo amplifier.............. 15 - 19 15.4.2When connecting the GOT and servo amplifiers through a motion controller or simple motion module ..........................
  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    17.5CNC Side Settings ..........................17 - 16 17.5.1MELSECNET/10 connection....................... 17 - 16 17.5.2CC-Link(ID) connection to MELDAS C6/C64................17 - 19 17.5.3CC-Link(ID) connection to M700VS/M70V series ............... 17 - 22 17.5.4Ethernet connection ........................17 - 22 17.6Device Range that Can Be Set ......................17 - 24 17.7Precautions ............................
  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    20.3Connection Diagram ........................... 20 - 8 20.3.1RS-232 cable ..........................20 - 8 20.3.2RS-422 cable ..........................20 - 10 20.4GOT Side Settings ..........................20 - 13 20.4.1Setting communication interface (Controller Setting)..............20 - 13 20.4.2Communication detail settings ....................20 - 16 20.5Precautions ............................
  • Page 24: Table Of Contents

    22.7.2Accessing by CW Configurator ....................22 - 83 22.7.3Accessing the PLC by the PX Developer, GX Configurator............22 - 85 22.7.4Accessing by GX Works2 ......................22 - 92 22.7.5Accessing by GX LogViewer..................... 22 - 115 22.7.6Accessing PLC by GX Configurator-QP ................... 22 - 116 22.7.7Accessing by the MT Developer ....................
  • Page 25: 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.
  • Page 26: Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings Of Icons

    Abbreviations, Generic Terms, Meanings of Icons The following shows the abbreviations, generic terms, and meanings of icons used in this manual. ■1. GOT (1) GOT2000 series Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support GT27-X GT2715-X GT2715-XTBA, GT2715-XTBD...
  • Page 27 Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support GT SoftGOT2000 GT SoftGOT2000 Version1 Handy GOT GT2506HS-VTBD (2) GOT1000 series, GOT900 series, and GOT800 series Meaning of icon Abbreviations and generic terms Description Support support GOT1000 Series GOT1000 Series GOT900 Series GOT-A900 Series, GOT-F900 Series GOT800 Series...
  • Page 28 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...
  • Page 29 (2) Software related to iQ Works Abbreviations and generic terms Description Abbreviation of iQ Platform compatible engineering environment MELSOFT iQ iQ Works Works Generic term for integrated development environment software included in the SW DNC-IQWK (iQ Platform compatible engineering environment MELSOFT iQ MELSOFT Navigator Works) (□...
  • Page 30 Allen-Bradley products manufactured by Rockwell Automation, Inc. CLPA CC-Link Partner Association GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc. HMS Industrial Networks LS IS LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. MITSUBISHI INDIA Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. ODVA Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. SCHNEIDER Schneider Electric SA SICK SICK AG SIEMENS...
  • Page 31 1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING Setting the Communication Interface ..... 1 - 3 Writing the Package Data onto the GOT....1 - 20 Option Devices for the Respective Connection.
  • Page 32 1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING The following shows the procedures to be taken before monitoring and corresponding reference sections. Step 1. Setting the communication interface Determine the connection type and channel No. to be used, and perform the communication setting. ➠...
  • Page 33: Setting The Communication Interface

    Setting the Communication Interface Set the communication interface of GOT and the connected equipment. When using the GOT at the first time, make sure to set the channel of communication interface and the communication driver before writing to GOT. Set the communication interface of the GOT at [Controller Setting] and [I/F Communication Setting] in GT Designer3. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 34: Setting Connected Equipment (channel Setting)

    Channel No.2 to No.4 Use the channel No.2 to No.4 when using the Multi-channel function. For details of the Multi-channel function, refer to the following. ➠ Mitsubishi Electric Products 19. MULTI-CHANNEL FUNCTION 1 - 4 1.1 Setting the Communication Interface...
  • Page 35 ■2. Setting item This section describes the setting items of the Manufacturer, Controller Type, Driver and I/F. When using the channel No.2 to No.4, put a check mark at [Use CH*]. Item Description Use CH* Select this item when setting the channel No.2 to No.4. Manufacturer Select the manufacturer of the equipment to be connected to the GOT.
  • Page 36 (2) Setting [Controller Type] The types for the selection differs depending on the PLC to be used. For the settings, refer to the following. Type Model name R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R16MTCPU R32MTCPU R64MTCPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU R04ENCPU <For GT27, GT25, GT23>...
  • Page 37 Type Model name Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU Q04UDHCPU Q06UDHCPU Q10UDHCPU Q13UDHCPU Q20UDHCPU Q26UDHCPU Q03UDECPU Q04UDEHCPU Q06UDEHCPU Q10UDEHCPU Q13UDEHCPU Q20UDEHCPU Q26UDEHCPU Q50UDEHCPU Q100UDEHCPU Q03UDVCPU Q04UDVCPU Q06UDVCPU Q13UDVCPU Q26UDVCPU Q04UDPVCPU Q06UDPVCPU Q13UDPVCPU Q26UDPVCPU Q12DCCPU-V Q24DHCCPU-V/VG Q24DHCCPU-LS MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 Q26DHCCPU-LS Q172DCPU Q173DCPU Q172DCPU-S1 Q173DCPU-S1 Q172DSCPU Q173DSCPU Q170MCPU...
  • Page 38 Type Model name Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU Q25PRHCPU QS001CPU MELSERVO-J4-*B MELSERVO-JE-*B Q2ACPU Q2ACPU-S1 Q3ACPU Q4ACPU Q4ARCPU Q2ASCPU MELSEC-QnA, MELDAS C6* Q2ASCPU-S1 Q2ASHCPU Q2ASHCPU-S1 MELDAS C6 (FCA C6) MELDAS C64 (FCA C64) L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT...
  • Page 39 Type Model name A2UCPU A2UCPU-S1 A3UCPU A4UCPU A2ACPU A2ACPUP21 A2ACPUR21 A2ACPU-S1 A2ACPUP21-S1 A2ACPUR21-S1 A3ACPU A3ACPUP21 A3ACPUR21 A1NCPU A1NCPUP21 A1NCPUR21 A2NCPU MELSEC-A A2NCPUP21 A2NCPUR21 A2NCPU-S1 A2NCPUP21-S1 A2NCPUR21-S1 A3NCPU A3NCPUP21 A3NCPUR21 A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU A2SCPU A2SHCPU A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 1 - 9 1.1 Setting the Communication Interface...
  • Page 40 Type Model name A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU A273UCPU MELSEC-A A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU A171SCPU-S3 A171SCPU-S3N A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 FX0S FX0N FX2C FX1S FX1N MELSEC-FX FX2N FX1NC FX2NC FX3S FX3G FX3GC FX3GE...
  • Page 41 Type Model name MELSERVO-J2S-*A MELSERVO-J2S-*A MELSERVO-J2S-*CP MELSERVO-J2S-*CP MELSERVO-J2S-*CL MELSERVO-J2S-*CL MELSERVO-J3-*A MELSERVO-J3-*A MELSERVO-J3-*T MELSERVO-J3-*T MELSERVO-J4-*A MELSERVO-J4-*A MELSERVO-JE-*A MELSERVO-JE-*A MELSERVO-J4-*A-RJ MELSERVO-J4-*A-RJ MELSERVO-JE-*A MELSERVO-JE-*A FREQROL-S500 FREQROL-S500E FREQROL-E500 FREQROL-F500 FREQROL-F500L FREQROL-F500J FREQROL-A500 FREQROL-A500L FREQROL-V500 FREQROL-V500L FREQROL 500/700/800 Series, SENSORLESS SERVO FREQROL-D700 FREQROL-E700 FREQROL-F700 FREQROL-F700P FREQROL-F700PJ FREQROL-A700 FREQROL-A800...
  • Page 42 (3) Setting [I/F] The interface differs depending on the GOT to be used. Set the I/F according to the connection and the position of communication unit to be mounted onto the GOT. Extension interface 3rd stage Standard interface 4 (Ethernet interface built in the GOT) Standard interface 1 (RS-232 interface built in the GOT) 2nd stage...
  • Page 43: Got Ethernet Setting

    1.1.2 GOT Ethernet Setting The GOT can be connected to a different network by using the following network. 1) GOT IP Address Setting Set the following communication port setting.  Standard port (When using GT25-W, port 1) Set [GOT IP Address] and [Subnet Mask] in the standard port with a bult-in GOT, or port 1. ...
  • Page 44 (2) [Extended Port], or [Port 2] The following shows an example for [Extended Port]. Step 1. Select [System] → [GOT Setup] → [GOT Ethernet Setting] → [GOT IP Address Setting] → [Extended Port] from the menu. Step 2. Set the followings. Item Description Range...
  • Page 45 (3) [Wireless LAN] Step 1. Select [System] → [GOT Setup] → [GOT Ethernet Setting] → [GOT IP Address Setting] → [Wireless LAN] from the menu. Step 2. Set the followings. Item Description Range Update GOT wireless LAN I/F setting The wireless LAN interface settings are applied on GOT. Enable wireless LAN I/F Enable the wireless LAN.
  • Page 46 ■2. GOT Ethernet Common Setting Set the following setting which is common to the standard port and the extension port, or port 1 and port 2. Step 1. Select [System] → [GOT Setup] → [GOT Ethernet Setting] → [GOT Ethernet Base Setting] from the menu. Step 2.
  • Page 47: I/f Communication Setting

    1.1.3 I/F communication setting This function displays the list of the GOT communication interfaces. Set the channel and the communication driver to the interface to be used. ■1. Setting Step 1. Select [Common] [I/F Communication Setting] from the menu. Step 2. The I/F Communication Setting dialog box appears.
  • Page 48 ■2. Setting item The following describes the setting items for the standard I/F setting and extension I/F setting. For the detailed explanations, refer to the following manual. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual When the GT21 series is selected in the GOT type setting Item Description Set channel No.
  • Page 49: Precautions

    Use the channel No.2 to No.4 when using the Multi-channel function. For details of the Multi-channel function, refer to the following. ➠ Mitsubishi Electric Products 19. MULTI-CHANNEL FUNCTION (2) Drivers The displayed items for a driver differ according to the settings [Manufacturer], [Controller Type] and [I/F].
  • Page 50: Writing The Package Data Onto The Got

    Writing the Package Data onto the GOT Write the package data onto the GOT. For details on writing to GOT, refer to the following help. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual 1.2.1 Writing the Package Data onto the GOT Step 1.
  • Page 51: Checking The Package Data Writing On Got

    1.2.2 Checking the package data writing on GOT Confirm if the package data is properly written onto the GOT by reading from GOT using GT Designer3. For reading from the GOT, refer to the following help. ➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Screen Design Manual Step 1.
  • Page 52: Option Devices For The Respective Connection

    Option Devices for the Respective Connection The following shows the option devices to connect in the respective connection type. For the specifications, usage and connecting procedure on option devices, refer to the respective device manual. 1.3.1 Communication module Product name Model Specifications For QCPU (Q mode), motion controller CPU (Q series)
  • Page 53: Option Unit

    How to incorporate the communication module to the field network adapter unit, and the details of the product name of the communication module, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series Field Network Adapter Unit User's Manual 1.3.6 RS-232/485 signal conversion adapter Product name...
  • Page 54: Installing A Unit On Another Unit (checking The Unit Installation Position)

    For the method for installing a unit on another unit, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware) ■1. When using a bus connection unit The installation position varies depending on the bus connection unit to be used.
  • Page 55 ■2. When using a MELSECNET/H communication unit, CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit, CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit, or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) Install a MELSECNET/H communication unit, CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit, CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit, or CC-Link communication unit in the 1st stage of an extension interface. If a bus connection unit is installed in the 2nd stage or above, the unit cannot be used.
  • Page 56 ■4. When using a field network adapter unit A field network adapter unit can be installed in any position (1st to 3rd stage) of the extension interface. However, at the top of the field network adapter unit, you will not be able to mount the each communication unit. Example: Installing a field network adapter unit Field network Field network...
  • Page 57 ■6. When using the video input unit, RGB input unit, video/RGB input unit, RGB output unit, or multimedia unit Only either one of the video input unit, RGB input unit, video/RGB input unit, RGB output unit, or multimedia unit can be installed to the GOT.
  • Page 58: Connection Cables For The Respective Connection

    Connection Cables for the Respective Connection To connect the GOT to a device in the respective connection type, connection cables between the GOT and a device are necessary. For cables needed for each connection, refer to each chapter for connection. 1.4.1 GOT connector specifications The following shows the connector specifications on the GOT side.
  • Page 59 ■2. RS-422/485 interface Use the following as the RS-422/485 interface and the RS-422/485 communication unit connector on the GOT. For the GOT side of the connection cable, use a connector and connector cover applicable to the GOT connector. (1) Connector model Connector type Connector model Manufacturer...
  • Page 60: Coaxial Cableconnector Connection Method

    1.4.2 Coaxial cableconnector connection method The following describes the method for connecting the BNC connector (connector plug for coaxial cable) and the cable. CAUTION  Solder the coaxial cable connectors properly. Insufficient soldering may result in malfunctions. Components of the BNC connector Structure of the coaxial cable External conductor Outer sheath...
  • Page 61 Step 5. Insert the connector assembly shown in ### into the plug shell and screw the nut into the plug shell. Precautions for soldering Note the following precautions when soldering the internal conductor and contact. • Make sure that the solder does not bead up at the soldered section. •...
  • Page 62: Terminating Resistors Of Got

    1.4.3 Terminating resistors of GOT The following shows the terminating resistor specifications on the GOT side. When setting the terminating resistor in each connection type, refer to the following. ■1. RS-422/485 communication unit Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Switch No.
  • Page 63 ■2. GT27 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Switch No. Terminating resistor 100 OHM Disable The default setting is "Disable". • For GT2710-V Terminating resistor setting switch (inside the cover) 1 - 33 1.4 Connection Cables for the Respective Connection...
  • Page 64 ■3. GT25 (Except GT2505-V) Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Switch No. Terminating resistor 100 OHM Disable The default setting is "Disable". • For GT2510-V Terminating resistor setting switch (inside the cover) ■4. GT2505-V Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor selector. Terminating resistor selector switch 1 - 34 1.4 Connection Cables for the Respective Connection...
  • Page 65 ■5. GT23 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Switch No. Terminating resistor 100 OHM Disable The default setting is "Disable". • For GT2310-V Terminating resistor setting switch (inside the cover) ■6. GT21 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor selector. •...
  • Page 66: Setting The Rs-232/485 Signal Conversion Adaptor

    1.1.3 I/F communication setting When validating the function using the utility function of the GOT main unit, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 2-wire/4-wire terminating resistor setting switch ■1. Setting the 2-wire/4-wire terminating resistor setting switch Switch No.
  • Page 67: Verifying Got Recognizes Connected Equipment

    • Channel number of communication interface, communication drivers allocation status • Communication unit installation status For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 1. After powering up the GOT, touch [GOT basic set] [Controller] from the Utility.
  • Page 68 For the setting of the utility call key, refer to the following. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (3) Communication interface setting by the Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication setting] after writing [Controller Setting] of project data.
  • Page 69: Checking For Normal Monitoring

    Presetting the system alarm to project data allows you to identify errors occurred on the GOT, PLC CPU, servo amplifier and communications. For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Error code Communication Channel No. Error message...
  • Page 70 • Display the I/O check screen by [Maintenance] [I/O check]. For details on the I/O check, refer to the following manual: ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) Step 1. Touch [CPU] on the I/O check screen. Touching [CPU] executes the communication check with the connected PLC.
  • Page 71 Display the communication monitoring function screen by [Main Menu] [Comm. Setting] [Comm. Monitor]. For details on the communication monitoring function, refer to the following manual: ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (Operation of communication monitoring function screen) Main Menu Comm. Setting Touch [Comm.
  • Page 72 For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (2) For CC-Link IE Controller Network system The communication status between the GOT and CC-Link IE Controller Network can be confirmed by the utility screen of the GOT.
  • Page 73 For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) (4) For CC-Link system The communication status between the GOT and the CC-Link System can be confirmed by the Utility screen of the GOT.
  • Page 74: Confirming The Communication State On The Got Side (for Ethernet Connection)

    1.6.2 Confirming the communication state on the GOT side (For Ethernet connection) ■1. Confirming the communication state on Windows, GT Designer3 (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Windows. When normal communication C:\>Ping 192.168.3.18 Reply from 192.168.3.18: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=64 When abnormal communication...
  • Page 75 [PING Test] can be confirmed by the Utility screen of the GOT. For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. ➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility) 1 - 45 1.6 Checking for Normal Monitoring...
  • Page 76: Confirming The Communication State To Each Station (station Monitoring Function)

    1.6.3 Confirming the communication state to each station (Station monitoring function) The station monitoring function detects the faults (communication timeout) of the stations monitored by the GOT. When detecting the abnormal state, it allocates the data for the faulty station to the GOT special register (GS). ■1.
  • Page 77 ■2. Faulty station information The bit corresponding to the faulty station is set. (0: Normal, 1: Abnormal) The bit is reset after the fault is recovered. (1) Ethernet connection (Except for Ethernet multiple connection) GS231 bit 0 GS231 bit 1 GS231 bit 2 GS231 bit 3 Station number...
  • Page 78 • With other than Ethernet connection: 0 to 127 Device Station number GS281 GS301 GS321 GS341 GS282 GS302 GS322 GS342 GS283 GS303 GS323 GS343 GS284 GS304 GS324 GS344 GS285 GS305 GS325 GS345 GS286 GS306 GS326 GS346 GS287 GS307 GS327 GS347 GS288 GS308 GS328...
  • Page 79: Check On Gx Developer

    1.6.4 Check on GX Developer ■1. Check if the PLC CPU recognizes the GOT (For bus connection) (QCPU (Q mode) only) Using the [System monitor] of GX Developer, check if the PLC CPU recognizes the GOT or not. For the GX Developer operation method, refer to the following manual. ➠...
  • Page 80 ■2. Checking the wiring state (For optical loop system only) Check if the optical fiber cable is connected correctly in [Loop test] of GX Developer. For the GX Developer operation method, refer to the following manual. ➠ Q Corresponding MELSECNET/H Network System Reference Manual (PLC to PLC network) (1) Check the [Receive direction error station] (The display example on GX Developer Version 8) Startup procedure: GX Developer [Diagnostics]...
  • Page 81 (2) For CC-Link IE Controller Network system Use [CC IE Control diagnostics…] of GX Developer to check if the GOT is correctly performed the data link. For the GX Developer operation method, refer to the following manual. ➠ CC-Link IE Controller Network Reference Manual Check the [Select station network device status display] (The display example on GX Developer Version 8) Startup procedure: GX Developer...
  • Page 82: Check On Gx Works2

    1.6.5 Check on GX Works2 ■1. For CC-Link IE Controller Network system Use [CC IE Field diagnostics] of GX Works2 to check if the GOT is correctly performed the data link. For the GX Works2 operation method, refer to the following manual. ➠...
  • Page 83 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC CONNECTIONS DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET ....2 - 1 ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING ....3 - 1 HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM .
  • Page 85 2. DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC/RT, CR800-D (GT27, GT25 only) . . . 2 - 13 MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/RT, CR800-D (GT21 only) ... . 2 - 33 MELSEC iQ-F.
  • Page 86 2. DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET The device ranges that can be set for the Mitsubishi Electric PLCs are as follows. Note that the device ranges in the following tables are the maximum values that can be set in GT Designer3.
  • Page 87 ■1. Setting item (For MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700) When selecting buffer memory (G) with the following controllers MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT MELSEC iQ-F MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 MELSEC-L MELSEC-QnA, MELDAS C6 * When selecting a servo amplifier device for the following controllers MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT MELSEC iQ-F MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 MELSEC-L...
  • Page 88 Item Description This item can be set only when The following devices are selected. • Servo amplifier request (SP) • Operation mode selection (OM) • Instruction demand (for test operation) (TMB) • One-touch tuning (OTI) • Basic parameter (PA) • Gain filter parameter (PB) •...
  • Page 89 (1) Setting of the CPU No. When monitoring a single CPU system Set to 0. When monitoring a multiple CPU system Set the CPU No. (0 to 4) in [CPU No.] when monitoring a multiple CPU system. When [CPU No.] is set to "0", the monitoring target differs depending on the connection method. Connection method Monitoring target •...
  • Page 90 (For device BM and CPU No. 1 to 4) Device number Head I/O number of buffer memory Device name CPU No. 1 to 4 (For device G and CPU No. 0) Device number Device name Unit No. PLC station num NW No.
  • Page 91 POINT POINT POINT (1) [Data Type] and [Format] settings when specifying a virtual servo amplifier device In the object setting or other settings, [Data Type] and [Format] must be set according to the notation in which the corresponding servo amplifier data is represented. For the notation in which the servo amplifier data is represented, refer to the following.
  • Page 92 (4) Setting of the mask type (MELSEC-FX) Set the item for monitoring or writing only the specified bits of the buffer memory. POINT POINT POINT Mask type The mask type is effective when using for the buffer memories divided per 4 bits, such as an analog input block.
  • Page 93 Mask type 2 • (For 16 bits) Monitor and write only b4 to b7 of the buffer memory. Example: The monitor value is 0002H when monitoring BM0=4321H as mask type 2. Monitor value BM0=0010H when writing input value 4321H to BM0=0000H as mask type 2. Input value (Before writing) (After writing)
  • Page 94 • (For 32 bits) Monitor and write only b8 to b11 and b28 to 31 of the buffer memory. Example: The monitor value is 00070003H when monitoring BM0=87654321H as mask type 3. Monitor value BM0=05000100H when writing input value 87654321H to BM0=00000000H as mask type 3. Input value (Before writing) (After writing)
  • Page 95 Mask type 5 • (For 16 bits) Monitor and write only b0 to b7 of the buffer memory. Example: The monitor value is 0021H when monitoring BM0=4321H as mask type 5. Monitor value BM0=0021H when writing input value 4321H to BM0=0000H as mask type 5. Input value (Before writing) (After writing)
  • Page 96 • (For 32 bits) Monitor and write only b8 to b15 and b24 to 31 of the buffer memory. Example: The monitor value is 00870043H when monitoring BM0=87654321H as mask type 6. Monitor value BM0=65002100H when writing input value 87654321H to BM0=00000000H as mask type 6. Input value (Before writing) (After writing)
  • Page 97: Melsec Iq-r, Rnmt/nc/rt, Cr800-d (gt27, Gt25 Only)

    MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC/RT, CR800-D (GT27, GT25 only) The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC] as the controller type. Device No. Device name Setting range representation Input (X) X0 to X3FFF Hexadecimal number Output (Y) Y0 to Y3FFF M0 to M161882111 Internal relay (M) Latch relay (L)
  • Page 98 Device No. Device name Setting range representation SB0 to SB9A61FFF Link special relay (SB) Remote input (RX) RX0 to RX3FFF Remote output (RY) RY0 to RY3FFF Link relay (LB) LB0 to LB7FFF SAX0 to SAX2FFF Safety input relay (SAX) Hexadecimal number SAY0 to SAY2FFF Safety output relay (SAY) Bit device...
  • Page 99 Device No. Device name Setting range representation U3E000000 to U3E012287 Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory (U3E0) U3E100000 to U3E112287 Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory (U3E1) U3E200000 to U3E212287 Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory (U3E2) U3E300000 to U3E312287 Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory (U3E3) SATN0 to SATN35487 Safety timer (current value) (SATN)
  • Page 100 Device No. Device name Setting range representation CPU buffer memory access device (U3E2G) U3E2G0 to U3E2G268435455 CPU buffer memory access device (U3E3G) U3E3G0 to U3E3G268435455 Decimal number Refresh data register (RD) RD0 to RD1048575 SAW0 to SAW9BFF Safety link register (SAW) Word device Link register (JnW) JnW0 to JnW1FFFF...
  • Page 101 The following shows the precautions for SP, OM, TMB, TMI, TMO and TMD devices. ■1. Bit device Only writing is possible. [Alternate] of a bit switch cannot be used. Use [Momentary], [Set], and [Reset] for bit switch actions. ■2. Word device and double-word device Only writing is possible.
  • Page 102 • Basic setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PA1, PA1001 **STY Operation mode PA2, PA1002 Regenerative brake option **REG PA3, PA1003 Absolute position detection system *ABS PA4, PA1004 Function selection A-1 *AOP1 PA5, PA1005 For manufacturer setting PA6, PA1006 *CMX Electronic gear numerator PA7, PA1007 *CDV...
  • Page 103 • Gain filter parameter Device name Item Symbol PB1, PB1001 Adaptive tuning mode (adaptive filter II) FILT Vibration suppression control tuning mode PB2, PB1002 VRFT (advanced vibration suppression control II) PB3, PB1003 TFBGN Torque feedback loop gain PB4, PB1004 Feed forward gain PB5, PB1005 For manufacturer setting Load to motor inertia ratio/load to motor mass...
  • Page 104 Device name Item Symbol PB48, PB1048 Machine resonance suppression filter 4 PB49, PB1049 Notch form selection 4 NHQ4 PB50, PB1050 Machine resonance suppression filter 5 PB51, PB1051 Notch form selection 5 NHQ5 Vibration suppression control 2 - Vibration PB52, PB1052 VRF21 frequency Vibration suppression control 2 - Resonance...
  • Page 105 • Extension setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PC1, PC1001 Error excessive alarm level PC2, PC1002 Electromagnetic brake sequence output PC3, PC1003 *ENRS Encoder output pulse selection PC4, PC1004 Function selection C-1 **COP1 PC5, PC1005 Function selection C-2 **COP2 PC6, PC1006 Function selection C-3 *COP3 PC7, PC1007...
  • Page 106 • I/O setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PD1, PD1001 *DIA1 Input signal automatic on selection 1 PD2, PD1002 *DIA2 Input signal automatic on selection 2 PD3, PD1003 *DI1 Input device selection 1 PD4, PD1004 *DI2 Input device selection 2 PD5, PD1005 *DI3 Input device selection 3...
  • Page 107 • Positioning control parameter (R-J4-□GF(-RJ) only) Device name Item Symbol PT1, PT1001 Command mode selection *CTY PT2, PT1002 For manufacturer setting PT3, PT1003 Feeding function selection *FTY PT3, PT1004 For manufacturer setting PT5, PT1005 Home position return speed PT6, PT1006 Creep speed PT7, PT1007 Home position shift distance...
  • Page 108 Device name Item Symbol PT65, PT1065 Jog speed command PT66, PT1066 For manufacturer setting PT67, PT1067 Speed limit VLMT PT68, PT1068 For manufacturer setting Home position shift distance (extension PT69, PT1069 ZSTH parameter) PT70, PT1070 For manufacturer setting Travel distance after proximity dog (extension PT71, PT1071 DCTH parameter)
  • Page 109 • Extension setting No.3 parameter Device name Item Symbol PF1, PF1001 For manufacturer setting PF2, PF1002 *FOP2 Function selection F-2 PF3 to PF5, PF1003 to PF1005 For manufacturer setting PF6, PF1006 Function selection F-5 *FOP5 PF7 to PF11, PF1007 to PF1011 For manufacturer setting PF12, PF1012 Electronic dynamic brake operating time...
  • Page 110 • Linear servo motor/DD motor setting parameter Device name Item Symbol Linear servo motor/DD motor function selection PL1, PL1001 **LIT1 PL2, PL1002 Linear encoder resolution - Numerator **LIM PL3, PL1003 Linear encoder resolution - Denominator **LID Linear servo motor/DD motor function selection PL4, PL1004 *LIT2 PL5, PL1005...
  • Page 111 • Status display Device name Item Symbol Cumulative feedback pulses Servo motor speed Droop pulses Cumulative command pulses Command pulse frequency ST5 to ST6 For manufacturer setting Regenerative load ratio Effective load ratio Peak load ratio ST10 Instantaneous torque ST11 Position within one-revolution ST12 ABS counter...
  • Page 112 • Alarm (compatible with MELSERVO-J4-*A) Device name Item Symbol ALM0 Current alarm number ALM1 Detailed data of current alarms Servo status(alarm) Cumulative feedback ALM11 pulses ALM12 Servo status(alarm) Servo motor speed ALM13 Servo status(alarm) Droop pulses Servo status(alarm) cumulative command ALM14 pulses ALM15...
  • Page 113 Device name Item Symbol ALM53 Servo status(alarm) Position actual value ALM54 Servo status(alarm) Command position Servo status(alarm) Command remaining ALM55 distance ALM56 Servo status(alarm) Point table No. ALM57 to ALM59 For manufacturer setting Alarm number from Alarm History most recent ALM200 alarm Alarm number from Alarm History 1st alarm in...
  • Page 114 Device name Item Symbol Alarm occurrence time in alarm history 9th ALM229 alarm in past Alarm occurrence time in alarm history 10th ALM230 alarm in past Alarm occurrence time in alarm history 11th ALM231 alarm in past Alarm occurrence time in alarm history 12th ALM232 alarm in past Alarm occurrence time in alarm history 13th...
  • Page 115 Device name Item Symbol Point table (dwell) DWL1 to DWL255, DWL1001 to DWL1255 No. 1 to No. 255 Point table (auxiliary function) AUX1 to AUX255, AUX1001 to AUX1255 No. 1 to No. 255 • Machine diagnosis data Device name Item Symbol Machine diagnosis data parameter number Machine diagnosis data shift judgment (test...
  • Page 116 • One-touch tuning data Device name Item Symbol OTS0 One-touch tuning status confirmation OTS1 Error code list OTS2 Setting time OTS3 Overshoot amount • External input Device name Item Symbol Input device statuses 1 Input device statuses 2 Input device statuses 3 External input pin statuses Statuses of input devices switched on through communication 1...
  • Page 117: Melsec Iq-r, Rnmt/rt, Cr800-d (gt21 Only)

    MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/RT, CR800-D (GT21 only) The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC] as the controller type. Device No. Device name Setting range representation Input (X) X0 to X3FFF Hexadecimal number Output (Y) Y0 to Y3FFF M0 to M161882111 Internal relay (M) Latch relay (L)
  • Page 118 Device No. Device name Setting range representation SB0 to SB9A61FFF Link special relay (SB) Remote input (RX) RX0 to RX3FFF Remote output (RY) RY0 to RY3FFF Link relay (LB) LB0 to LB7FFF SAX0 to SAX2FFF Safety input relay (SAX) Hexadecimal number SAY0 to SAY2FFF Safety output relay (SAY) Bit device...
  • Page 119 Device No. Device name Setting range representation File register (R) R0 to R32767 Block 0 to 255 Extension file register (ER) Device ER0 to ER32767 ZR0 to ZR10027007 Extension file register (ZR) Index register (16 bits) (Z) Z0 to Z23 Buffer memory G0 to G268435455 (Intelligent function module) (G)
  • Page 120 Device No. Device name Setting range representation *2*3*5 OTS0 to OTS3 One-touch tuning data (OTS) *2*3 DI0 to DI6 External input (DI) *2*3*5 DO0 to DO4 External output (DO) Motion device (#) #0 to #108287 Decimal number CPU buffer memory access device (U3E0G) U3E0G0 to U3E0G268435455 CPU buffer memory access device (U3E1G) U3E1G0 to U3E1G268435455...
  • Page 121 The bit device status depends on the SFC program status (active or inactive). When the SFC program is inactive, the bit device is off (stores 0). If a step relay (S) is used in the random read processing, specify the relevant step relay (block) (BLS) on GT SoftGOT2000 or GT Simulator3.
  • Page 122 The following shows the precautions for SP, OM, TMB, TMI, TMO and TMD devices. ■1. Bit device Only writing is possible. [Alternate] of a bit switch cannot be used. Use [Momentary], [Set], and [Reset] for bit switch actions. ■2. Word device and double-word device Only writing is possible.
  • Page 123: Melsec Iq-f

    MELSEC iQ-F The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC iQ-F] as the controller type. Device No. Device name Setting range representation Input (X) X0 to X1777 Octal Output (Y) Y0 to Y1777 M0 to M32767 Internal relay (M) Latch relay (L) L0 to L32767 Decimal...
  • Page 124 Device No. Device name Setting range representation Data register (D) D0 to D7999 Decimal Special data register (SD) SD0 to SD11999 Link register (W) W0 to W7FFF Hexadecimal Timer (current value) (TN) TN0 to TN1023 Counter (current value)(CN) CN0 to CN1023 Decimal Retentive timer (current value) (SN) SN0 to SN1023...
  • Page 125 • PB, PC, PE: 1 to 64 • PD, PF, PL: 1 to 48 Use the following devices to write data to the E2PROM of a servo amplifier. • PA: 1001 to 1032 • PB, PC, PE: 1001 to 1064 •...
  • Page 126 The following shows the precautions for SP, OM, TMB, TMI, TMO and TMD devices. ■1. Bit device Only writing is possible. [Alternate] of a bit switch cannot be used. Use [Momentary], [Set], and [Reset] for bit switch actions. ■2. Word device and double-word device Only writing is possible.
  • Page 127 • Basic setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PA1, PA1001 Operation mode **STY PA2, PA1002 Regenerative brake option **REG PA3, PA1003 Absolute position detection system *ABS PA4, PA1004 Function selection A-1 *AOP1 PA5 to PA7, PA1005 to PA1007 For manufacturer setting PA8, PA1008 Auto tuning mode PA9, PA1009...
  • Page 128 • Gain filter parameter Device name Item Symbol PB1, PB1001 Adaptive tuning mode (adaptive filter II) FILT Vibration suppression control tuning mode PB2, PB1002 VRFT (advanced vibration suppression control II) PB3, PB1003 Torque feedback loop gain TFBGN PB4, PB1004 Feed forward gain PB5, PB1005 For manufacturer setting Load to motor inertia ratio/load to motor mass...
  • Page 129 Device name Item Symbol PB48, PB1048 Machine resonance suppression filter 4 PB49, PB1049 Notch form selection 4 NHQ4 PB50, PB1050 Machine resonance suppression filter 5 PB51, PB1051 Notch form selection 5 NHQ5 Vibration suppression control 2 - Vibration PB52, PB1052 VRF21 frequency Vibration suppression control 2 - Resonance...
  • Page 130 • Extension setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PC1, PC1001 Error excessive alarm level PC2, PC1002 Electromagnetic brake sequence output PC3, PC1003 Encoder output pulse selection *ENRS PC4, PC1004 Function selection C-1 **COP1 PC5, PC1005 Function selection C-2 **COP2 PC6, PC1006 Function selection C-3 *COP3 PC7, PC1007...
  • Page 131 • I/O setting parameter Device name Item Symbol PD1, PD1001 For manufacturer setting PD2, PD1002 Input signal automatic on selection 2 *DIA2 PD3 to PD6, For manufacturer setting PD1003 to PD1006 PD7, PD1007 Output device selection 1 *DO1 PD8, PD1008 Output device selection 2 *DO2 PD9, PD1009...
  • Page 132 • Extension setting No.2 parameter Device name Item Symbol PE1, PE1001 Fully closed loop function selection 1 **FCT1 PE2, PE1002 For manufacturer setting PE3, PE1003 Fully closed loop function selection 2 *FCT2 Fully closed loop control - Feedback pulse PE4, PE1004 **FBN electronic gear 1 - Numerator Fully closed loop control - Feedback pulse...
  • Page 133 • Extension setting No.3 parameter Device name Item Symbol PF1, PF1001 For manufacturer setting PF2, PF1002 Function selection F-2 *FOP2 PF3 to PF5, PF1003 to PF1005 For manufacturer setting PF6, PF1006 Function selection F-5 *FOP5 PF7 to PF11, PF1007 to PF1011 For manufacturer setting PF12, PF1012 Electronic dynamic brake operating time...
  • Page 134 • Status display Device name Item Symbol Cumulative feedback pulses Servo motor speed Droop pulses Cumulative command pulses Command pulse frequency ST5 to ST6 For manufacturer setting Regenerative load ratio Effective load ratio Peak load ratio ST10 Instantaneous torque ST11 Position within one-revolution ST12 ABS counter...
  • Page 135 Device name Item Symbol ALM20 Servo status(alarm) peak load ratio ALM21 Servo status(alarm) Instantaneous torque Servo status(alarm) Within one-revolution ALM22 position(1 pulse unit) ALM23 Servo status(alarm) ABS counter ALM24 Servo status(alarm) load inertia moment ratio ALM25 Servo status(alarm) Bus voltage Servo status(alarm) Load-side cumulative ALM26 feedback pulses...
  • Page 136 Device name Item Symbol Alarm number from Alarm History 9th alarm in ALM209 past Alarm number from Alarm History 10th alarm in ALM210 past Alarm number from Alarm History 11th alarm in ALM211 past Alarm number from Alarm History 12th alarm in ALM212 past Alarm number from Alarm History 13th alarm in...
  • Page 137 Device name Item Symbol Detailed alarm from Alarm History 6th alarm in ALM246 past Detailed alarm from Alarm History 7th alarm in ALM247 past Detailed alarm from Alarm History 8th alarm in ALM248 past Detailed alarm from Alarm History 9th alarm in ALM249 past Detailed alarm from Alarm History 10th alarm in...
  • Page 138 • One-touch tuning data Device name Item Symbol OTS0 One-touch tuning status confirmation OTS1 Error code list OTS2 Setting time OTS3 Overshoot amount • External input Device name Item Symbol Input device statuses 1 Input device statuses 2 Input device statuses 3 External input pin statuses Statuses of input devices switched on through communication 1...
  • Page 139: Melsec-q/qs, Q17nd/m/nc/dr, Crnd-700

    MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC-Q/QS, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700] as the controller type. Device No. *8*10*11 Setting range Device name representation Input (X) X0 to X3FFF Hexadecimal Output (Y) Y0 to Y3FFF *4*6 M0 to M61439 Internal relay (M) Decimal Latch relay (L)
  • Page 140 Device No. *8*10*11 Setting range Device name representation Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory U3E010000 to U3E024335 (U3E0) Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory U3E110000 to U3E124335 (U3E1) Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory U3E210000 to U3E224335 (U3E2) Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory U3E310000 to U3E324335 (U3E3) #0 to #12287...
  • Page 141 Device No. *8*10*11 Setting range Device name representation *5*12*18 ALD0 to ALD1 Lifetime diagnosis (ALD) *5*13*18 TMI0 to TMI2 Input signal for test operation (for test operation) (TMI) Double word Decimal *5*13*18 TMO0 device Forced output of signal pin (for test operation) (TMO) TMD0 to TMD1 *5*13*18 Set data (for test operation) (TMD)
  • Page 142: Melsec-qna, Meldas C6 *

    MELSEC-QnA, MELDAS C6 * The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-QnA/, MELDAS C6*] as the controller type are as follows. Device No. *6*7*10 Setting range Device name representation Input (X) X0 to X3FFF Hexadecimal Output (Y) Y0 to Y3FFF M0 to M32767 Internal relay (M) Decimal...
  • Page 143: Melsec-l

    MELSEC-L The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-L] as the controller type are as follows. Device No. Device name Setting range representation Input (X) X0 to X3FFF Hexadecimal Output (Y) Y0 to Y3FFF *4*6 M0 to M61439 Internal relay (M) Decimal Latch relay (L)
  • Page 144 Device No. Device name Setting range representation *1*2 R0 to R32767 File register (R) *1*3*4 ZR0 to ZR393215 Extension file register (ZR) Index register (Z) Z0 to Z19 Buffer memory G0 to G65535 (Intelligent function module) (G) PA1 to PA32 *5*11*13 Basic parameter (PA) PA1001 to PA1032...
  • Page 145 Device No. Device name Setting range representation *5*13 ALD0 to ALD1 Lifetime diagnosis (ALD) *5*13 TMI0 to TMI2 Input signal for test operation (for test operation) (TMI) Double word Decimal *5*13 TMO0 device Forced output of signal pin (for test operation) (TMO) TMD0 to TMD1 *5*13 Set data (for test operation) (TMD)
  • Page 146 The following shows the precautions for SP, OM, TMB, TMI, TMO and TMD devices. ■1. Bit device Only writing is possible. [Alternate] of a bit switch cannot be used. Use [Momentary], [Set], and [Reset] for bit switch actions. ■2. Word device and double-word device Only writing is possible.
  • Page 147: Melsec-a

    MELSEC-A The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-A] as the controller type are as follows. ■1. For GT27 Device name Setting range Device No. representation Input (X) X0 to X1FFF Hexadecimal Output (Y) Y0 to Y1FFF Internal relay/Special internal relay (M) M0 to M32767 Latch relay (L) L0 to L32767...
  • Page 148 ■2. For GOT MULTI-DROP CONNECTION Device name Setting range Device No. representation Input (X) X0 to X1FFF Output (Y) Y0 to Y1FFF Internal relay/ M0 to M9255 Decimal Special internal relay (M) Latch relay (L) L0 to L8191 Annunciator (F) F0 to F2047 Bit device Link relay (B)
  • Page 149: Melsec-fx

    MELSEC-FX The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-FX] as the controller type are as follows. Device No. Device name Setting range representation Input relay (X) X0 to X377 Octal Output relay (Y) Y0 to Y377 Auxiliary relay (M) M0 to M7679 Special auxiliary relay (M) M8000 to M8511...
  • Page 150 POINT POINT POINT (1) Precautions when using the buffer memory • When the power supply of the special block or special module is turned off, the contents of the buffer memory are initialized, except for some keeping areas. • When the buffer memory is monitored by the GOT, the PLC scan time may increase instantly.
  • Page 151: Melsec-ws

    MELSEC-WS The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-WS] as the controller type are as follows. Device No. Device Setting range representation Input (I) I1.1 to I12.8 Output (Q) Q1.1 to Q12.8 Decimal +Decimal Bit device Logic result (LQ) LQ0.0 to LQ3.7 Logic input (LI) LI0.0 to LI3.7...
  • Page 152 (3) Engineering software for MELSEC-WS and device representation of GT Designer3 The engineering software for MELSEC-WS and the device representation of GT Designer3 are different. Set the device by referring to the following table. Device GT Designer3 Engineering software for MELSEC-WS : I/O model name (such as XTIO) (1-12(Dec)): Module number (1-12(Dec)): Module number...
  • Page 153 (4) When using offset specification When setting devices using the offset function, the device values are as follows. (a) Input(I) Offset +8 to +15 I1.1 I1.2 I1.3 I1.4 I1.5 I1.6 I1.7 I1.8 I2.1 I2.2 I2.3 I2.4 I2.5 I2.6 I2.7 I2.8 I3.1 I3.2 I3.3...
  • Page 154 (e) EFI input(EI) Offset +8 to +15 EI110 EI111 EI112 EI113 EI120 EI121 EI122 EI123 EI130 EI131 EI132 EI133 Fixed to 0 Fixed to 0 +240 +256 EI210 EI211 EI212 EI213 +272 EI220 EI221 EI222 EI223 +288 EI230 EI231 EI232 EI233 Device range error +302...
  • Page 155 3. ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING Access Range for Monitoring Stations on Network Systems ........... . 3 - 2 Access Range for Monitoring when Using Ethernet Connection .
  • Page 156: Access Range For Monitoring Stations On Network Systems

    3. ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING Access Range for Monitoring Stations on Network Systems 3.1.1 MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10, CC-Link IE Controller Network, CC- Link IE Field Network ■1. Bus connection (1) When connecting to multiple CPU system • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal stations on the network. Control station Normal Normal...
  • Page 157 (2) When connecting to QCPU (Q mode)/QnACPU/AnUCPU • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal stations on the network. Control station Normal Normal station station Normal station • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal stations on other networks. (For monitoring stations on other networks, be sure to set the routing parameter) When the Universal model QCPU is used as a relay station, the GOT can monitor stations with the station No.65 or later in the CC-Link IE controller network.
  • Page 158 (3) When connecting to AnACPU/AnNCPU • The GOT can monitor the control station on the network. When the PLC CPU on the control station is the QCPU (Q mode) or QnACPU, the GOT cannot monitor devices other than B and W assigned for the network parameter. Control station Normal...
  • Page 159 (6) When connecting to motion controller CPU (Q series), CNC (CNC C70), or robot controller (CRnQ- 700) via direct CPU connection Monitor the motion controller CPU (Q series), CNC (CNC C70), or robot controller (CRnQ-700) via the following QCPUs in the multiple CPU system. Controller Relay CPU Q172HCPU, Q173HCPU...
  • Page 160 • If devices of other stations (other than devices B and W that are allocated by the network parameter) are monitored, monitoring may not be available depending on the PLC CPU of the network system to be monitored. ➠ ■7. Monitor accessible range of other stations and setting method of monitor devices Example 5: When using MELSECNET/10 connection POINT...
  • Page 161 ■7. Monitor accessible range of other stations and setting method of monitor devices Example 1: When using bus connection Control station Control station (1-1) (2-1) (1-4) Network No.1 Network No.2 (1-2) (2-4) (2-2) (1-3) (2-3) • Monitor accessible range of devices (other than B or W) of other stations or other networks Specify the accessing network No.
  • Page 162 Example 2: When using bus connection Control station Control station (1-1) (2-1) Network No.1 Network No.2 (2-4) (1-3) (2-2) (2-3) (1-2) Data link system (L1) (L2) • Monitor accessible range of devices (other than B or W) of other stations or other networks Specify the accessing network No.
  • Page 163 (2) To monitor another station (other than B or W) or another network, specify the station (network No. and station No.). Station to be accessed Station connected Network No.1 Network No.2 Data link system to GOT QnA (1-1) AnA (1-2) QnA (1-3) AnU (2-1) QnA (2-2)
  • Page 164 Example 3: When using CPU direct connection or serial communication connection Control station Control station (1-1) (2-1) Q(Q mode) (1-4) Network No.1 Network No.2 (1-2) (2-4) (2-2) (1-3) (2-3) • Monitor accessible range of devices (other than B or W) of other stations or other networks Specify the accessing network No.
  • Page 165 Example 4: When using CPU direct connection or serial communication connection Control station Control station Q(Q mode) (1-1) (2-1) Network No.1 Network No.2 (2-4) (1-3) (2-2) (2-3) (1-2) Data link system (L1) (L2) • Monitor accessible range of devices (other than B or W) of other stations or other networks Specify the accessing network No.
  • Page 166 POINT POINT POINT Monitoring link device B or W For monitoring devices B and W that are allocated by the link parameter, use the host device number even when designating devices allocated to another station. Otherwise, the display speed will be reduced. Example 5: When using MELSECNET/10 connection Q (Q mode) (1-1)
  • Page 167 Example 6: When using CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) /CC-Link connection (via G4) Image of CC-Link Connection Network module CC-Link Master Q(Q mode ) (1-2) module (0 station) (1-2) CC-Link System A nA (1-3) (1-1) Network System (1-4) Station to be accessed Station connected to GOT Q (Q mode) (1-1)
  • Page 168: Access Range For Monitoring When Using Ethernet Connection

    Access Range for Monitoring when Using Ethernet Connection ■1. Access range (1) MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC The PLC can be monitored via the Ethernet module set in the Ethernet setting on GT Designer3. The GOT can access CPUs on another Ethernet, MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10, CC-Link IE Controller Network, or CC-Link field network via the RCPU, R Motion (Ver.03 or later), QCPU or QnACPU (When monitoring other...
  • Page 169: Cc-link System Access Range For Monitoring

    CC-Link System Access Range for Monitoring ■1. When using Bus connection/CPU direct connection/serial communication connection Only connected stations can be monitored. ■2. When using CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) (1) Access range The master station and local station can be monitored. : Can be monitored, : Cannot be monitored Monitor target...
  • Page 170 (3) Setting NW No. and station number When monitoring devices RX, RY, RWw and RWr that are allocated to the master station by CC-Link parameter setting NW No.: 0, PLC station number: Local When monitoring PLC CPU devices of another station NW No.
  • Page 171: Data Link System (melsecnet/b, (ii)) Access Range For Monitoring

    Data Link System (MELSECNET/B, (II)) Access Range for Monitoring ■1. Bus connection, CPU direct connection, Computer link connection (1) When connecting to the master station • Local stations can be monitored. When the PLC CPU of the local station is QnACPU, devices other than B and W that are allocated by the link parameter cannot be monitored.
  • Page 172: Access Range For Monitoring When Connecting Fxcpu

    ■3. Setting method of monitor device The following example describes the method of setting the network No. and the station numbers when setting monitor devices . (1) Monitoring the connected station (host station) and B and W allocated by the link parameter Specify the host station.
  • Page 173: Connection To Remote I/o Station In Melsecnet/h Network System

    Connection to Remote I/O Station in MELSECNET/H Network System When connected to the remote I/O station of the MELSECNET/H network system, the GOT can monitor the PLC CPU of the master station. When connecting the GOT to the remote I/O station, use the following connection methods. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 174: Direct Cpu Connection

    ■1. Direct CPU connection • The network units (QJ72LP25-25, QJ72LP25G, QP72BR15) of the remote I/O station are handled as PLC CPU. Connect the GOT to the RS-232 interface of the network unit. For cables required for connection with the network module and other details, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 175 ■3. Ethernet connection • Connect the GOT to the Ethernet module (QJ71E71-100, QJ71E71-B5, QJ71E71-B2, QJ71E71) mounted on the remote I/O station. For details of cables and others required for connecting the GOT to the Ethernet module, refer to the following. ➠...
  • Page 176: Connection To The Head Module Of Cc-link Ie Field Network System

    Connection to the Head Module of CC-Link IE Field Network System When connected to the head module of the CC-Link IE Field Network, the GOT can monitor the PLC CPUs of the master station and local stations. When connecting the GOT to the head module, use the following connection methods. ■1.
  • Page 177 4. HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM MELSEC iQ-R Series ........4 - 2 MELSEC Q Series .
  • Page 178: Melsec Iq-r Series

    4. HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM MELSEC iQ-R Series This section explains the restrictions on the connection methods and other information applicable when the RCPU redundant system is monitored by the GOT. The GOT monitors the control system PLC CPU. Ethernet (RCPU redundant system) Standby system...
  • Page 179: Connection To Built-in Ethernet Port Cpu

    ➠ 4.1.5 Connection to Remote I/O Station in CC-Link IE Field Network ➠ 4.1.6 Connection to CC-Link (intelligent device station) ➠ 4.1.7 When connecting via the serial communication unit 4.1.1 Connection to built-in Ethernet port CPU ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained.
  • Page 180 Standby system (system B) PLC setting (GX Works3) • Redundant Setting Item Set value System B IP Address 192.168.3.2 Control system IP address availability Not Use POINT POINT POINT [Control system IP address availability] setting Set [Control system IP address availability] to [Not use] (default). If set to [Use], the GOT will not follow the system switching.
  • Page 181 ■2. 1:n connection with redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Pair No.1) Control system (system A) Standby system (system B) 1) 2) 4) N/W No.: 1(virtual) N/W No.: 1(virtual) PC No.: 1(virtual) PC No.: 2(virtual) IP address: 192.168.3.1 IP address: 192.168.3.2 Port No.: 5006...
  • Page 182 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Host (The control system is monitored.) NW No.: 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) be speified.
  • Page 183 ■3. For mixed connection of redundant system and Non-redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Redundant system-1: Pair No.1) Control system (system A) 1) 2) 4) Standby system (system B) N/W No.: 1(virtual) N/W No.: 1(virtual) PC No.: 1(virtual) PC No.: 2(virtual) IP address: 192.168.3.1...
  • Page 184 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Host (The control system is monitored.) NW No.: 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) Control be speified.
  • Page 185: Connection To Ethernet Module

    4.1.2 Connection to Ethernet module ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 3 IP address: 192.168.3.18 Port No.: 5001 Ethernet (Redundant system: Pair No.1) Standby system (system B) 2) 5) 2) 5)
  • Page 186 Standby system (system B) PLC setting (GX Works3) • Redundant Setting Item Set value System B IP Address 192.168.3.2 Control system IP address availability B system module operation mode Online mode Control system IP address availability Not Use POINT POINT POINT [Control system IP address availability] setting Set [Control system IP address availability] to [Not use] (default).
  • Page 187 ■2. 1:n connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Redundant system-1: Pair No.1) Control system (system A) 1) 2) 5) Standby system (system B) N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 1 N/W No.: 1 IP address: 192.168.3.1 PC No.: 2...
  • Page 188 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Host (The control system is monitored.) NW No.: 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) be speified.
  • Page 189 ■3. For mixed connection of redundant system and Non-redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Redundant system-1: Pair No.1) Control system (system A) 1) 2) 5) Standby system (system B) N/W No.: 1 N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 1 PC No.: 2 IP address: 192.168.3.1...
  • Page 190 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Host (The control system is monitored.) NW No.: 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) be speified.
  • Page 191: Connection To Cc-link Ie Controller Network

    4.1.3 Connection to CC-Link IE Controller Network ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 3 Optical cable (Redundant system: Pair No.1) Control system (system A) Standby system (system B) 2) 5) 2) 5)
  • Page 192 Control system (system A) PLC setting • Redundant Setting Item Set value B system module operation mode Online mode (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host NW No.: 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system...
  • Page 193 ■2. 1:n connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Redundant system-1: Pair No.1) Control system 1) 2) 5) Standby system (system A) (system B) N/W No.: 1 N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 2 PC No.: 1 N/W No.: 1...
  • Page 194 (5) Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system • Redundant system-1 When the system switching occurs, CPU (PLC station No.: 2) takes over the control of the Ethernet network system as the control system. The GOT automatically starts monitoring accroding to the specified system. •...
  • Page 195: Connection To Cc-link Ie Field Network

    4.1.4 Connection to CC-Link IE Field Network ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. N/W No.: 1 PC No.: 2 Ethernet cable (Redundant system: Pair No.1) 2) 5) 2) 5) Standby system Control system...
  • Page 196 • Network range setting Item Set value Sub master station No. Control system (system A) PLC setting • Redundant Setting Item Set value B system module operation mode Online mode (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type...
  • Page 197 ■2. 1:n connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. (Redundant system-1: Pair No.1) Standby system Control system 1) 2) 5) (system B) (system A) N/W No.:1 N/W No.:1 PC No.:1 PC No.:0 N/W No.:1 PC No.:4...
  • Page 198 (5) Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system • Redundant system-1 When the system switching occurs, CPU (PLC station No.: 1) takes over the control of the Ethernet network system as the control system. The GOT automatically starts monitoring accroding to the specified system. •...
  • Page 199: Connection To Remote I/o Station In Cc-link Ie Field Network

    4.1.5 Connection to Remote I/O Station in CC-Link IE Field Network ■1. Ethernet module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Single configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Ethernet is explained in this section.
  • Page 200 (3) PLC Side Setting (GX Works3) Redundant CPU (Master station) 1) [Operation mode] Set to [Redundant]. 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the redundant function module (R6RFM) and the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(MR)).
  • Page 201  [Network Configuration Settings] Set [Network Configuration Settings] as follows. 5) [Module Parameter]-[Application Settings] Set [Module Parameter] of the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(MR)). At [Redundant System Settings] , set [Module Operation Mode] of standby system (system B) to [Online]. CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module 1) [Type] Select [RJ72GF15-T2] for [Type].
  • Page 202 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign Ethernet module (RJ71EN71 (E+E) in the following example). 3) [CPU Parameter] Set the network number and station number of RJ72GF15-T2. (1) In the system configuration example, the values are as follows. Network No.: 1 Station No.: 2 4) Setting of Ethernet module...
  • Page 203  When setting the IP address, Network No., and station number separately Set [Communications by Network No./Station No.] to [Enable] and [Setting Method] to [Not Use IP Address], and set the IP address, network number, and station number separately. (1) In the system configuration example, the values are as follows. IP Address: 192.168.0.1 Network No.: 2 Station No.: 1...
  • Page 204 ■2. Ethernet module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Single-line configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Ethernet is explained in this section. N/W No.: 2 PC No.: 2 IP Address: 192.168.0.2 Port No.: 5001...
  • Page 205 (3) PLC Side Setting (GX Works3) Redundant CPU (Master station) 1) [Operation mode] Set to [Redundant]. 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the redundant function module (R6RFM) and the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(MR)).
  • Page 206  [Network Configuration Settings] Set [Network Configuration Settings] as follows. 5) [Module Parameter]-[Application Settings] Set [Module Parameter] of the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(MR)). At [Redundant System Settings] , set [Module Operation Mode] of standby system (system B) to [Online]. CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module 1) [Type] Select [RJ72GF15-T2(SR)] for [Type].
  • Page 207 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the following. • The second RJ72GF15-T2(SR) • Ethernet module (RJ71EN71 (E+E) in the following example). 3) [CPU Parameter] Set the network number and station number of RJ72GF15-T2(SR). (1) In the system configuration example, the values are as follows.
  • Page 208  When setting the IP address, Network No., and station number separately Set [Communications by Network No./Station No.] to [Enable] and [Setting Method] to [Not Use IP Address], and set the the IP address, network number, and station number separately. (1) In the system configuration example, the values are as follows.
  • Page 209 ■3. Ethernet module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Double-line configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Ethernet is explained in this section. N/W No.: 2 PC No.: 2 IP Address: 192.168.0.2 Port No.: 5001...
  • Page 210 (3) PLC Side Setting (GX Works3) Redundant CPU (Master station) 1) [Operation mode] Set to [Redundant]. 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the redundant function module (R6RFM) and the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(LR)).
  • Page 211 4) [Module Parameter]-[Basic Settings] Set [Module Parameter] of the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(LR)).  [Network Topology] Set [Network Topology] to [Ring].  [Network Configuration Settings] Set [Network Configuration Settings] as follows. 5) [Module Parameter]-[Application Settings] Set [Module Parameter] of the CC-Link IE field network module (RJ71GF11-T2(LR)). At [Redundant System Settings], set [Module Operation Mode] of standby system (system B) to [Online].
  • Page 212 CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module (1st) 1) [Type] Select [RJ72GF15-T2(LR)] for [Type]. 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the following. • RJ72GF15-T2(LR) • Ethernet module (RJ71EN71 (E+E) in the following example). 3) [CPU Parameter] Set the network number and station number of RJ72GF15-T2(LR).
  • Page 213 4) Setting of Ethernet module Set the IP address, Network No., and station number to the port communicating with the GOT in the Ethernet module.  When setting the IP address, Network No., and station number in a batch Set [Communications by Network No./Station No.] to [Enable] and [Setting Method] to [Use IP Address] so that the third octet of IP address is the network number and the fourth octet is the station number.
  • Page 214 CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module (2nd) 1) [Type] Select [RJ72GF15-T2(LR)] for [Type]. 2) [I/O Assignment] Set [I/O Assignment] in [System parameter]. At [I/O Assignment], assign the following. • RJ72GF15-T2(LR)) 3) [CPU Parameter] Set the network number and station number of RJ72GF15-T2(LR). (1) In the system configuration example, the values are as follows.
  • Page 215 (4) GOT Side Settings ➠ ■1. Ethernet module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Single configuration) (5) Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system When the system switching occurs, CPU (Network No.: 1, PLC station No.: 1) takes over the control of the Ethernet network system as the control system.
  • Page 216 ■4. Serial communication module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Single configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Serial communication module is explained in this section. RS232 Remote I/O station Remote I/O station...
  • Page 217 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Network No. 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) be speified.
  • Page 218 ■5. Serial communication module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Single-line configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Serial communication module is explained in this section. RS232 Remote I/O station 1st Remote I/O station 2nd...
  • Page 219 ■6. Serial communication module (mounted on remote I/O station) connection (Double-line configuration) (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Serial communication module is explained in this section. RS232 Remote I/O station 1st Remote I/O station 2nd...
  • Page 220: Connection To Cc-link (intelligent Device Station)

    4.1.6 Connection to CC-Link (intelligent device station) ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection configuration examples are explained. N/W No.:0 PC No.:2 (Redundant system: Pair No.1) CC-Link cable Standby system Control system (system A) (system B) 2) 5) 2) 5)
  • Page 221 Control system (system B) PLC setting • Module parameter Item Set value Station type Standby master station Mode Remote net (Ver.2 mode) Station No. Transmission speed Auto-tracking Parameter setting Parameter (fixed) (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model...
  • Page 222: When Connecting Via The Serial Communication Unit

    4.1.7 When connecting via the serial communication unit ■1. One-to-one connection of GOT and redundant system (1) System configuration example The following connection example for connecting to the redundant CPU via the remote I/O station connected by Serial communication module is explained in this section. RS232 N/W No.:1 Single RCPU...
  • Page 223 (4) GOT Side Settings Set GT Designer3 as follows. Setting item Contents of setting Model Controller Type MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT/NC Host Network No. 1 Other Station No.: Station number of the control system The system (control system/standby system) of the the monitor target can Device setting (Network setting) be speified.
  • Page 224 4.1.8 Precautions ■1. System switching (1) When system is switched by user program • The communication path does not change, and the GOT follows the monitor. • The system alarm is not displayed. (2) When system switches because of a dislocated cable, etc. •...
  • Page 225: Melsec Q Series

    MELSEC Q Series This section explains the restrictions on the connection methods and other information applicable when the QCPU redundant system is monitored by the GOT. Monitor target Station No. 0 Station No. 1 (Multiplexed remote master station) (Multiplexed remote sub master station) Standby Control system...
  • Page 226 The following connection methods are available for the QCPU redundant system. • Connection to remote I/O station in MELSECNET/H network system Direct CPU connection (Remote I/O station of MELSECNET/H network system) ➠ ■1.Direct CPU connection (Direct CPU connection to the remote I/O station) •...
  • Page 227 The following table shows the features of each connection method. Connection type Before system switching After system switching • Direct CPU connection Standby system Control system (Remote I/O station of Control system Standby system MELSECNET/H Multiplexed remote Multiplexed remote master station network system) sub master station Multiplexed remote...
  • Page 228 Connection type Before system switching After system switching Intelligent device station GOT1 CC-Link GOT1 AJ65BT-G4-S3 • CC-Link connection GOT2 (intelligent device CC-Link Master station Standby master station GOT2 station) • CC-Link connection Master station Standby master station Control Standby (Via G4) system system Standby...
  • Page 229 Connection type Before system switching After system switching • Serial communication connection (Serial communication module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit) • Ethernet connection Control system Standby system Control system (Ethernet module Station Station Station Station mounted on the No.
  • Page 230 4.2.1 Connection to Remote I/O Station in MELSECNET/H Network System ■1. Direct CPU connection (Direct CPU connection to the remote I/O station) This section explains the direct CPU connection that connects the GOT to the remote I/O station of the MELSECNET/ H network system.
  • Page 231 ■2. Serial communication connection (Connection to serial communication module mounted on remote I/O station) This section explains the serial communication connection that connects the GOT to the serial communication module mounted on the remote I/O station of the MELSECNET/H network system. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the serial communication module mounted on the remote I/ O station of the MELSECNET/H network system.
  • Page 232 ■3. Ethernet connection (Connection to Ethernet module mounted on remote I/O station) This section explains the Ethernet connection for connecting the GOT to the Ethernet module mounted on the remote I/O station of the MELSECNET/H network system. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the Ethernet module mounted on the I/O station of the MELESCNET/H network system.
  • Page 233: Direct Cpu Connection

    4.2.2 Direct CPU Connection This section describes the direct CPU connection by which a GOT is connected to a PLC CPU in the redundant system. Two methods for the CPU direct connection, using one or two GOTs, are available. ■1. When using one GOT CPU direct connection Network No.
  • Page 234 ■2. When using two GOTs Connect a GOT to each PLC CPU to respond to the system switching. CPU direct connection CPU direct connection GOT2 GOT1 Monitor Network No. 1, Station No. 0 Network No. 1, Station No. 1 target (Multiplexed remote master station) (Multiplexed remote sub master station) Control system...
  • Page 235 ■3. Precautions when connecting a GOT directly to a PLC CPU in the redundant system without making MELSEC redundant setting • As the GOT monitors exclusively the PLC CPU that is directly connected to, the monitor target cannot be changed in response to the system switching of the redundant system.
  • Page 236 The following diagram shows an example of screen setting using SM1515. System configuration example: when using one GOT Standby Control Station Q25PRH QJ71 Q25PRH QJ71 Station system system No. 1 BR11 BR11 No. 0 (System B) (System A) QJ72 Station BR15 No.
  • Page 237 Step 1. Set the screen switching device of the base screen. Choose [Common] [GOT Environmental Setting] [Screen Switching/Window], and set the internal device GD100 as the base screen switching device. (Do not use PLC CPU devices for the screen switching device. If used, the Trigger Action operation of the GOT may be disabled since the device data of the PLC CPU is overwritten by the device value transferred with the redundant system tracking function) Step 2.
  • Page 238 Step 3. Set the comment display on the base screen 1. Set a comment to be displayed on the base screen 1 depending on the system status (ON/OFF of the SM1515) of the connected PLC CPU using the Comment Display (Bit). Select [Object] [Comment Display] [Bit Comment] and set Comment Display (Bit).
  • Page 239 Step 4. Set the touch switches on the base screen 1. By using the go to screen switch function, set a touch switch for shifting the screen to the next screen with a screen touch, when the connected PLC CPU is the control system (SM1515 is ON). Select [Object] [Switch] [Go To Screen Switch] and set the screen switching function.
  • Page 240: Cc-link Connection (intelligent Device Station)

    4.2.3 CC-Link Connection (Intelligent Device Station) This section describes the CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) that connects the GOT set as the intelligent device station to the CC-Link network. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT set as the intelligent device station to the CC-Link network. CC-Link connection Network No.
  • Page 241 ■3. Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system (1) System switching due to an alarm occurred in the control system When system switching occurs, the CC-Link switches the station No. 0 of the master station and the station No. 1 of the standby master station on the network.
  • Page 242: Cc-link Connection (via G4)

    4.2.4 CC-Link Connection (Via G4) This section explains the CC-Link connection (via G4) that connects the GOT to the AJ65BT-G4-S3 of the CC-Link network. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the AJ65BT-G4-S3 of the CC-Link network. Network No.
  • Page 243 ■3. Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system (1) System switching due to an alarm occurred in the control system When system switching occurs, the CC-Link switches the station No. 0 of the master station and the station No. 1 of the standby master station on the network.
  • Page 244: Melsecnet/h And Melsecnet/10 Connections (network Systems)

    4.2.5 MELSECNET/H and MELSECNET/10 Connections (Network Systems) This section explains the MELSECNET/H and MELSECNET/10 connections (network systems) that connect the GOT to the MELSECNET/H and MELSECNET/10 network system. The following provides an example of connecting the GOT set as a normal station to the MELSECNET/ H network system. Network No.
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