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Mitsubishi Electric GT1685 Connection Manual

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BUS CONNECTION
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DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU
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  • Page 1 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Electric Products) for GT Works3 BUS CONNECTION BUS CONNECTION BUS CONNECTION DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION ETHERNET CONNECTION ETHERNET CONNECTION...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    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. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product. In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as "WARNING"...
  • Page 4 <When using the GT1655-V, Handy GOT, GT15, GT14, GT12, GT11, or GT105 > The POWER LED blinks (green/orange) and the monitor screen appears blank. <When using the GT1695, GT1685, GT1675, GT1672, GT1665, or GT1662> The POWER LED blinks (green/orange) and the monitor screen appears dimmed.
  • Page 5 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When the GOT is connected to the Ethernet network, the available IP address is restricted according to the system configuration. • When multiple GOTs are connected to the Ethernet network: Do not set the IP address (192.168.0.18) for the GOTs and the controllers in the network. •...
  • Page 6 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When mounting the multi-color display board onto the GOT (GT15), connect it to the corresponding connector securely and tighten the mounting screws within the specified torque range. Loose tightening may cause the unit and/or GOT to malfunction due to poor contact. Overtightening may damage the screws, unit and/or GOT;...
  • Page 7 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● 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. CAUTION ● Please make sure to ground FG terminal and LG terminal and protective ground terminal of the GOT power supply section by applying Class D Grounding (Class 3 Grounding Method) or higher which is used exclusively for the GOT.
  • Page 8 [TEST OPERATION PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Before performing the test operations of the user creation monitor screen (such as turning ON or OFF bit device, changing the word device current value, changing the settings or current values of the timer or counter, and changing the buffer memory current value), read through the manual carefully and make yourself familiar with the operation method.
  • Page 9 Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. ● Replace battery with GT15-BAT(GT16, GT15) or GT11-50BAT(GT14, GT12, GT11, GT10) by Mitsubishi electric Co. only. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. ● Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 10 [BACKLIGHT REPLACEMENT PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply of the GOT (and the PLC CPU in the case of a bus topology) and remove the GOT from the control panel before replacing the backlight (when using the GOT with the backlight replaceable by the user).
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION 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. CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................A - 1 INTRODUCTION ............................A - 9...
  • Page 12 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC CONNECTIONS 2.DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT ........................2 - 8 MELSEC iQ-F ..........................2 - 9 MELSEC-QnU/DC, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700................. 2 - 10 MELSEC-L ............................. 2 - 11 MELSEC-QnA/Q/QS, MELDAS C6 * ..................... 2 - 12 MELSEC-Q (Multi)/Q Motion ......................
  • Page 13 4.8.3 CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) (Connection to the CC-Link module mounted on redundant type extension base unit) .............. 4 - 27 4.8.4 CC-Link connection (Via G4) (Connection to the CC-Link module mounted on redundant type extension base unit)....................4 - 28 Q Redundant Setting ........................
  • Page 14 6.2.6 Connecting to FXCPU ......................6 - 15 6.2.7 Connecting to WSCPU ....................... 6 - 25 6.2.8 Connecting to the motion controller CPU ................6 - 25 Connection Diagram ........................6 - 27 6.3.1 RS-232 cable ........................6 - 27 6.3.2 RS-422 cable ........................
  • Page 15 8.2.5 Connecting to PERIPHERAL I/F (Built-in Ethernet port Motion Controller CPU) ....8 - 16 GOT Side Settings......................... 8 - 17 8.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........8 - 17 8.3.2 Communication detail settings.................... 8 - 17 8.3.3 Ethernet setting ........................8 - 19 8.3.4 Routing parameter setting ....................
  • Page 16 10.3 GOT Side Settings ........................10 - 10 10.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........10 - 10 10.3.2 Communication detail settings..................10 - 10 10.3.3 Routing parameter setting ....................10 - 11 10.3.4 Switch setting (Only when MELSECNET/10 communication unit is used)....... 10 - 12 10.4 PLC Side Setting .........................
  • Page 17 Parameter setting (when connecting to C Controller module (Q Series))......14 - 16 14.5.6 [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 ................14 - 17 14.6 Precautions..........................14 - 18 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC FA DEVICE CONNECTIONS 15.INVERTER CONNECTION 15.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 15 - 2 A - 15...
  • Page 18 15.2 System Configuration ........................15 - 3 15.2.1 Connecting to FREQROL-A500/A500L/F500/F500L/V500/V500L ........15 - 3 15.2.2 Connecting to FREQROL-E500/S500/S500E/F500J/D700/F700PJ ........15 - 7 15.2.3 Connecting to FREQROL E700/sensorless servo (FREQROL-E700EX)......15 - 10 15.2.4 Connecting to FREQROL-A700/F700/700P ..............15 - 14 15.2.5 Connecting to FREQROL-A800/F800 ................
  • Page 19 16.7 Precautions..........................16 - 58 17.ROBOT CONTROLLER CONNECTION 17.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 17 - 2 17.2 System Configuration ........................17 - 2 17.2.1 Connecting to robot controller (CRnD-700) ................ 17 - 2 17.3 GOT Side Settings......................... 17 - 3 17.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........
  • Page 20 19.4.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........19 - 9 19.4.2 Communication detail settings.................... 19 - 9 19.5 Setting of Energy Measuring Unit/Electric Multi-measuring Instrument........19 - 10 19.5.1 Connecting to an energy measuring unit/electronic multi-measuring instrument ..... 19 - 10 19.5.2 Station number setting......................
  • Page 21 22.3 GOT Side Settings......................... 22 - 7 22.3.1 Basics of interface selection ....................22 - 7 22.3.2 General flow from system selection to drawing ..............22 - 12 22.3.3 Determining the connection type and channel No. (System selection) ......22 - 13 22.3.4 Determining the GOT side interface (Interface selection) ..........
  • Page 22 23.6.19 Accessing by MX Component(MX Sheet) ................ 23 - 81 23.7 Precautions ..........................23 - 85 23.7.1 Precautions common to each software................23 - 85 23.7.2 When using GX Works3, GX Works2, GX Developer ............23 - 87 23.7.3 When using MT Developer, MT Works2................23 - 89 23.7.4 When using MR Configurator, MR Configurator2 .............
  • Page 23: Manuals

    GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Electric Products) for GT Works3 Stored in DVD-ROM (1D7MC2) SH-080869ENG GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Electric Products 1) for GT Works3 Stored in DVD-ROM (1D7MC3) SH-080870ENG GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Electric Products 2) for GT Works3...
  • Page 24  GT16 manuals Manual Number Manual Name Packaging (Model code) SH-080928ENG GT16 User's Manual (Hardware) Stored in DVD-ROM (1D7MD3) SH-080929ENG GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility) Stored in DVD-ROM (1D7MD4) JY997D41201 GT16 Handy GOT User's Manual Stored in DVD-ROM JY997D41202 (09R821) ...
  • Page 25: Quick Reference

    GT Simulator3 Version1 Operating Manual for GT Works3  Connecting a controller to the GOT Obtaining information of Mitsubishi Electric products applicable to the Connecting Mitsubishi Electric products to the GOT GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Electric Products) for GT Works3...
  • Page 26  Others Obtaining specifications (including part names, external dimensions, and • GT16 User's Manual (Hardware) options) of each GOT • GT16 Handy GOT User's Manual • GT15 User's Manual • GT14 User's Manual • GT12 User's Manual • GT11 User's Manual Installing the GOT •...
  • Page 27: Abbreviations And Generic Terms

    Abbreviation of GT1665M-VTBA, GT1665M-VTBD GT1662 GT1662-VN Abbreviation of GT1662-VNBA, GT1662-VNBD GT1655 GT1655-V Abbreviation of GT1655-VTBD GT16 Abbreviation of GT1695, GT1685, GT1675, GT1672, GT1665, GT1662, GT1655, GT16 Handy GOT GT1595 GT1595-X Abbreviation of GT1595-XTBA, GT1595-XTBD GT1585V-S Abbreviation of GT1585V-STBA, GT1585V-STBD GT1585 GT1585-S...
  • Page 28 Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT16 Handy GT1665HS-V Abbreviation of GT1665HS-VTBD Handy GOT1000 GT11 GT1155HS-Q Abbreviation of GT1155HS-QSBD Series Handy GT1150HS-Q Abbreviation of GT1150HS-QLBD GT SoftGOT1000 Abbreviation of GT SoftGOT1000 GOT900 Series Abbreviation of GOT-A900 series, GOT-F900 series GOT800 Series Abbreviation of GOT-800 series ...
  • Page 29  Option Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT05-MEM-16MC, GT05-MEM-32MC, GT05-MEM-64MC, GT05-MEM-128MC, CF card GT05-MEM-256MC, GT05-MEM-512MC, GT05-MEM-1GC, GT05-MEM-2GC, GT05-MEM-4GC, GT05-MEM-8GC, GT05-MEM-16GC Memory card NZ1MEM-2GBSD, NZ1MEM-4GBSD, NZ1MEM-8GBSD, NZ1MEM-16GBSD, L1MEM-2GBSD, SD card L1MEM-4GBSD Memory card adaptor GT05-MEM-ADPC GT16-MESB, GT15-FNB, GT15-QFNB, GT15-QFNB16M, Option function board GT15-QFNB32M, GT15-QFNB48M, GT11-50FNB, GT15-MESB48M Battery GT15-BAT, GT11-50BAT...
  • Page 30  Software Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT Works3 Abbreviation of the SW DND-GTWK3-E and SW DND-GTWK3-EA GT Designer3 Abbreviation of screen drawing software GT Designer3 for GOT1000 series GT Simulator3 Abbreviation of screen simulator GT Simulator3 for GOT1000/GOT900 series GT SoftGOT1000 Abbreviation of monitoring software GT SoftGOT1000 GT Converter2...
  • Page 31 Abbreviation of Allen-Bradley products manufactured by Rockwell Automation, Inc. Abbreviation of GE Intelligent Platforms LS IS Abbreviation of LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. MITSUBISHI INDIA Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. SCHNEIDER Abbreviation of Schneider Electric SA SICK Abbreviation of SICK AG...
  • Page 32: How To Read This Manual

    HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL  Symbols Following symbols are used in this manual. BUS CONNECTION Connectable model name Not connectable model name 5.1 Connectable Model List 5 - 2 Applicable model name Shows GT16. Shows GT15. Shows GT14. Shows GT12. Shows GT11.
  • Page 33  About system configuration The following describes the system configuration of each connection included in this manual. The configuration of The configuration of The configuration of The cable connecting The cable connecting The cable connecting The configuration of The configuration of The configuration of equipment connected equipment connected...
  • Page 34 A - 32...
  • Page 35: Preparatory Procedures For Monitoring

    PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING 1.1 Setting the Communication Interface ....1 - 3 1.2 Writing the Project Data and OS onto the GOT ..1 - 16 1.3 Option Devices for the Respective Connection .
  • Page 36 PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING The following shows the procedures to be taken before monitoring and corresponding reference sections. Setting the communication interface Setting the Communication Interface Determine the connection type and channel No. to be used, and Each chapter GOT Side Settings perform the communication setting.
  • Page 37: Setting The Communication Interface

    1.1 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.
  • Page 38: 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 22. MULTI-CHANNEL FUNCTION 1 - 4 1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING 1.1 Setting the Communication Interface...
  • Page 39  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 40 (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 Type Model name Q03UDVCPU R04CPU Q04UDVCPU R08CPU Q06UDVCPU R16CPU Q13UDVCPU R32CPU Q26UDVCPU R120CPU Q12DCCPU-V R16MTCPU Q24DHCCPU-V/VG...
  • Page 41 Type Model name Type Model name L02CPU A2UCPU L06CPU L26CPU A2UCPU-S1 L26CPU-BT A3UCPU L02CPU-P A4UCPU MELSEC-L L06CPU-P L26CPU-P A2ACPU L26CPU-PBT A2ACPUP21 L02SCPU A2ACPUR21 L02SCPU-P A2ACPU-S1 NZ2GF-ETB A2ACPUP21-S1 When using the multiple CPU system When using the GOT to monitor the multiple CPU system of A2ACPUR21-S1 other station, select [MELSEC-Q(Multi)/Q-Motion], or A3ACPU...
  • Page 42 Type Model name Type Model name A171SCPU FREQROL-E700 A171SCPU-S3 FREQROL-F700 A171SCPU-S3N FREQROL-F700P A171SHCPU FREQROL 500/700/800 Series FREQROL-F700PJ MELSEC-A A171SHCPUN FREQROL-A700 A172SHCPU FREQROL-A800 A172SHCPUN FREQROL-F800 A173UHCPU Sensorless Servo FREQROL-E700EX A173UHCPU-S1 MELSEC-FX MELSEC-FX(Ethernet) WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 MELSERVO-J2M-P8A MELSERVO-J2M-P8A MELSERVO-J2M-*DU MELSERVO-J2M-*DU MELSERVO-J2S-*A MELSERVO-J2S-*A MELSERVO-J2S-*CP MELSERVO-J2S-*CP...
  • Page 43 Standard interface 4 (Ethernet interface built in the GOT) 1st stage Standard interface 1 (RS-232 interface built in the GOT) (Example: In the case of the GT1685) Standard interface 2 (USB interface built in the GOT) (b) GT15 Extension interface 1...
  • Page 44 (c) GT14 [Front view]] [Rear view] Standard interface 1 Standard interface 3 (GOT built-in RS-422 interface) (GOT built-in USB interface) Standard interface 2 (GOT built-in RS-232 interface) Standard interface 4 (GOT built-in Ethernet interface) [Under view] (d) GT12 Standard interface 4 [Front view] [Rear view] (GOT built-in Ethernet interface)
  • Page 45 (e) GT11 • GT11 Serial [Front view] [Rear view] Standard interface 3 Standard interface 1 (GOT built-in USB interface) (GOT built-in RS-422 interface) Standard interface 2 (GOT built-in RS-232 interface) • GT11 Bus [Front view] [Rear view] Standard interface 3 Standard interface 2 (GOT built-in USB interface) (GOT built-in RS-232 interface)
  • Page 46 GT105 [Rear view] Standard interface 3 Standard interface 1 (GOT built-in RS-422 interface) (GOT built-in USB interface) Standard interface 2 (GOT built-in RS-232 interface) (g) GT104 Standard interface 3 Standard interface 1 (GOT built-in USB interface) (GOT built-in RS-422 interface) Standard interface 2 (GOT built-in RS-232 interface) (h) GT1020, GT1030...
  • Page 47: I/f Communication Setting

    1.1.2 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.  Setting Select [Common] [I/F Communication Setting] from the menu. The I/F Communication Setting dialog box appears. Make the settings with reference to the following explanation. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 48  Setting item The following describes the setting items for the standard I/F setting and extension I/F setting. Item Description Set channel No. and drivers to the GOT standard interfaces. GT16, GT14, GT12: Standard I/F-1, Standard I/F-2, Standard I/F-3, Standard I/F-4 Standard I/F setting GT15, GT1030, GT1020: Standard I/F-1, Standard I/F-2 GT11, GT105 , GT104 : Standard I/F-1, Standard I/F-2, Standard I/F-3...
  • 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 22. 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 Project Data And Os Onto The Got

    1.2 Writing the Project Data and OS onto the GOT Write the standard monitor OS, communication driver, option OS, project data and communication settings onto the GOT. For details on writing to GOT, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version Screen Design Manual 1.2.1 Writing the project data and OS onto the GOT...
  • Page 51: Checking The Project Data And Os Writing On Got

    1.2.2 Checking the project data and OS writing on GOT Confirm if the standard monitor OS, communication driver, option OS, project data and communication settings are properly written onto the GOT by reading from GOT using GT Designer3. For reading from the GOT, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version Screen Design Manual Select [Communication]...
  • Page 52: Option Devices For The Respective Connection

    1.3 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

    Serial Multi-Drop Connection Unit Product name Model Specifications GOT multi-drop connection module Serial multi-drop GT01-RS4-M connection unit Mitsubishi Electric Products 20. GOT MULTI-DROP CONNECTION 1.3.6 RS-232/485 signal conversion adapter Product name Model Specifications RS-232/485 signal conversion GT14-RS2T4-9P RS-232 signal (D-Sub 9-pin connector)
  • Page 54: Installing A Unit On Another Unit (checking The Unit Installation Position)

    1.3.7 Installing a unit on another unit (Checking the unit installation position) This section describes the precautions for installing units on another unit. For the installation method of each unit, refer to the User's Manual for the communication unit and option unit you are using.
  • Page 55 (3) Calculation example (a) When connecting the GT15-J71BR13, GT15-RS4-9S (3 units), GT15-J71E71-100 (For the gateway function) and a bar code reader (0.12 A) to the GT1575-V Current supply capacity of GOT (A) Total consumed current (A) 0.77+0.33+0.33+0.33+0.224+0.12=2.104 Since the calculated value is within the capacity of the GOT, they can be connected to the GOT. (b) When connecting the GT15-J71BR13, GT15-RS4-9S (2 units), GT15-J71E71-100 (For the gateway function) and a bar code reader (0.12 A) to the GT1585-S Current supply capacity of GOT (A)
  • Page 56 POINT POINT POINT Cautions for using GT15-QBUS2 and GT15-ABUS2 The stage number of communication units installed on the next stage of GT15-QBUS2 or GT15-ABUS2 are recognized by the GOT differently depending on the extension interface position. For communication units installed in the extension interface 2 side, even if the communication unit is physically installed in the 2nd stage position, the GOT recognizes the position as the 1st stage.
  • Page 57  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. These communication units cannot be used if installed in the 2nd or higher stage.
  • Page 58  When using a MELSECNET/10 communication unit (GT15-75J71LP23-Z, GT15- 75J71BR13- Z) or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-75J61BT13-Z) Install a MELSECNET/10 communication unit (GT15-75J71LP23-Z, GT15-75J71BR13-Z) or CC-Link communication unit (GT15-75J61BT13-Z) at the 1st stage of the extension interface. These communication units cannot be used if installed in the 2nd or higher stage. For GT16 and the GT155 , the MELSECNET/10 communication unit (GT15-75J71LP23-Z, GT15- 75J71BR13-Z) and the CC-Link communication unit (GT15-75J61BT13-Z) are not applicable.
  • Page 59  When using the printer unit, sound output unit, or external I/O unit The printer unit, sound output unit, or external I/O unit can be installed in any position (1st to 3rd stage) of the extension interface. Example: When installing a printer unit Communication Printer unit unit...
  • Page 60 POINT POINT POINT Precautions for video input unit, RGB input unit, video/RGB input unit, RGB output unit, and multimedia unit When a communication unit is installed on any of the units above, the stage number of the communication unit recognized by the GOT varies according to the extension interface. For communication units installed in the extension interface 2 side, even if the communication unit is physically installed in the 2nd stage position, the GOT recognizes the position as the 1st stage.
  • Page 61: Connection Cables For The Respective Connection

    1.4 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 62  RS-422 interface Use the following as the RS-422 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 63  RS-485 interface Use the following as the RS-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 64: Coaxial Cable Connector Connection Method

    1.4.2 Coaxial cable connector 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 65: 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.   RS-422/485 communication unit GT16 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch.
  • Page 66   GT12 GT105 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. resistor setting switch. Terminating resistor selector switch  GT11 Terminating resistor selector switch Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch.
  • Page 67  GT1030 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Terminating resistor selector switch  GT1020 Set the terminating resistor using the terminating resistor setting switch. Terminating resistor selector switch 1 - 33 1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES FOR MONITORING 1.4 Connection Cables for the Respective Connection...
  • Page 68: Setting The Rs-232/485 Signal Conversion Adaptor

    1.4.4 Setting the RS-232/485 signal conversion adaptor Set the 2-wire/4-wire terminating resistor setting switch according to the connection type. POINT POINT POINT Enable the 5V power supply Make sure to validate "Enable the 5V power supply" in the [RS232 Setting] to operate the RS-232/485 signal conversion adaptor.
  • Page 69: Verifying Got Recognizes Connected Equipment

    1.5 Verifying GOT Recognizes Connected Equipment Verify the GOT recognizes controllers on [Communication Settings] of the Utility. • Channel number of communication interface, communication drivers allocation status • Communication unit installation status For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual. User's Manual ...
  • Page 70 The [Communication Settings] appears. Verify that the communication driver name to be used is displayed in the communication interface box to be used. When the communication driver name is not displayed normally, carry out the following procedure again. 1.1Setting the Communication Interface 1 - 36 1.
  • Page 71  For GT15, GT14 or GT11 After powering up the GOT, touch [Main Menu] [Communication setting] from the Utility. Touch [Communication setting]. (The screen on the left is not displayed on GT11.) The [Communication Setting] appears. Verify that the communication driver name to be used is displayed in the box for the communication interface to be used.
  • Page 72  For GT10 After powering up the GOT, touch [Main Menu] [Comm. Setting] from the Utility. Touch [Standard I/F] on [Comm. Setting]. The [Standard I/F] appears. Verify that the communication driver name to be used is displayed in the box for the communication interface to be used.
  • Page 73 POINT POINT POINT Utility (1) How to display Utility (at default) When using GT16, GT1595, GT14, GT12 or GT1020 Utility call key 1-point press on GOT screen upper-left corner Utility display (When using GT16, GT12) (When using GT15) (When using GT105 When using GT1585, GT157 , (When using GT14, GT11) GT104...
  • Page 74: Checking For Normal Monitoring

    1.6 Checking for Normal Monitoring 1.6.1 Check on the GOT  Check for errors occurring on the GOT 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.
  • Page 75  Perform an I/O check Whether the PLC can communicate with the GOT or not can be checked by the I/O check function. If this check ends successfully, it means correct communication interface settings and proper cable connection. Display the I/O check screen by Main Menu. •...
  • Page 76  Communication monitoring function The communication monitoring is a function that checks whether the PLC can communicate with the GOT. If this check ends successfully, it means correct communication interface settings and proper cable connection. Display the communication monitoring function screen by [Main Menu] [Comm.
  • Page 77  Confirming the communication status with network unit by GOT (1) For MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 network system The communication status between the GOT and the MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 network system 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. GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility) GT15 User's Manual POINT...
  • Page 78 (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. For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility) GT15 User's Manual (3) For CC-Link IE Field Network system...
  • Page 79 (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. For details on the operation method of the GOT Utility screen, refer to the following manual. GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility) GT15 User's Manual POINT...
  • Page 80: 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)  ® 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 (a) When normal communication C:\>Ping 192.168.0.18 Reply from 192.168.0.18: bytes=32time<1ms TTL=64...
  • Page 81  Confirming the communication state on the GOT (For GT16, GT14) [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. GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility) GT14 User's Manual 1 - 47 1.
  • Page 82: 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) No.
  • Page 83 (2) Faulty station information (GS231 to GS238) The bit corresponding to the faulty station is set.(0: Normal, 1: Abnormal) The bit is reset after the fault is recovered. (a) Ethernet connection (Except for Ethernet multiple connection) GS231 bit 0 GS231 bit 1 GS231 bit 2 GS231 bit 3 PLC No.
  • Page 84 (3) Network No., station No. notification The network No. and station No. of the GOT in Ethernet connection are stored at GOT startup. If connected by other than Ethernet, 0 is stored. Device Description GS376 GS378 GS380 GS382 Network No. (1 to 239) GS377 GS379 GS381...
  • Page 85: Check On Gx Developer

    1.6.4 Check on GX Developer  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. GX Developer Version Operating Manual (1) Check the Module Name, I/O Address and Implementation Position.
  • Page 86  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) (2) Check the [Receive direction error station] (The display example on GX Developer Version 8) Startup procedure GX Developer...
  • Page 87  Checking if the GOT is performed the data link correctly (1) For MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 network system Check if the GOT is performed the data link correctly in [Other station information]. For the GX Developer operation method, refer to the following manual. Q Corresponding MELSECNET/H Network System Reference Manual (PLC to PLC network) (a) Check [Communication status of each station] and [Data-Link status of each station] (The display example on GX Developer Version 8)
  • Page 88 (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 (a) Check the [Select station network device status display] (The display example on GX Developer Version 8) Startup procedure GX Developer...
  • Page 89: Check On Gx Works2

    1.6.5 Check on GX Works2  For CC-Link IE Field 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. MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual Startup procedure GX Works2 →...
  • Page 90: Check On The Plc

    1.6.6 Check on the PLC  Checking the wiring state of the optical fiber cable (For CC-Link IE Controller Network only) Check if the fiber-optic cable is connected correctly to all the modules in the CC-Link IE Controller Network. Perform the line test from the control station of the CC-Link IE Controller Network to check the wiring state of the fiber-optic cable.
  • Page 91 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC PLC CONNECTIONS DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET ....2 - 1 ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING ....3 - 1 HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM .
  • Page 93 DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT ......2 - 8 MELSEC iQ-F .
  • Page 94: Melsec Iq-r, Rnmt

    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 95: Melsec-qnu/dc, Q17nd/m/nc/dr, Crnd-700

     Setting item When selecting buffer memory (G) with the following controllers MELSEC-QnU/DC, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 MELSEC-L MELSEC-QnA/Q/QS, MELDAS C6 * MELSEC-Q(MULTI)/Q MOTION (For MELSEC-QnU/DC, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700) (For MELSEC-FX) Item Description Set the device name, device number, and bit number. The bit number can be set only by specifying the bit of word device. When setting buffer memory (BM) and (G), set the buffer memory address in the space for the device number.
  • Page 96 (For device BM and CPU No. 0) (1) Setting of the CPU No. (a) When monitoring a single CPU system Set to 0. Device number (b) When monitoring a multiple CPU system Head I/O number of buffer memory Set the CPU No. (0 to 4) in [CPU No.] when Device name monitoring a multiple CPU system.
  • Page 97 (c) Mask type 2 (4) Setting of the mask type (MELSEC-FX) • (For 16 bits) Set the item for monitoring or writing only the specified Monitor and write only b4 to b7 of the buffer bits of the buffer memory. memory.
  • Page 98 • (For 32 bits) (f) Mask type 5 Monitor and write only b8 to b11 and b28 to 31 of • (For 16 bits) the buffer memory. Monitor and write only b0 to b7 of the buffer Example: memory. The monitor value is 00070003 when monitoring Example: BM0=87654321...
  • Page 99 • (For 32 bits) Monitor and write only b8 to b15 and b24 to 31 of the buffer memory. Example: The monitor value is 00870043 when monitoring BM0=87654321 as mask type 6. Monitor value BM0=65002100 when writing input value 87654321 to BM0=00000000 as mask type 6.
  • Page 100 2.1 MELSEC iQ-R, RnMT The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC iQ- Device No. Device name Setting range R, RnMT] as the controller type. representation File register (R) R0 to R32767 Device No. Device name Setting range representation Extension Block 0 to 255...
  • Page 101 2.2 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 Internal relay (M) M0 to M32767 Latch relay (L) L0 to L32767 Decimal...
  • Page 102 2.3 MELSEC-QnU/DC, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700 The table below shows the device ranges in [MELSEC- Device No. *6*12 Setting range Device name QnU/DC, Q17nD/M/NC/DR, CRnD-700] as the controller representation type. Motion device (#) #12287 Decimal The word specification of Device No. *6*12 Setting range Device name *7*11...
  • Page 103 2.4 MELSEC-L The device ranges that can be set when selecting Do not set a file register by GT Designer3 when executing [MELSEC-L] as the controller type are as follows. multiple programs with the file of the file register set at [Use the same file name as the program] by the PLC parameter of Device No.
  • Page 104 2.5 MELSEC-QnA/Q/QS, MELDAS C6 * The device ranges that can be set when selecting Do not set a file register by GT Designer3 when executing [MELSEC-QnA/Q/QS, MELDAS C6*] as the controller multiple programs with the file of the file register set at [Use the same file name as the program] by the PLC parameter of type are as follows.
  • Page 105: Melsec-q (multi)/q Motion

    2.6 MELSEC-Q (Multi)/Q Motion The device ranges that can be set when selecting (When using the QCPU) [MELSEC-Q (Multi)/Q Motion] as the controller type are * For details of *1 to *6, refer to 2.5 MELSEC-QnA/Q/QS, MELDAS C6 *. as follows. This is not supported by GT10.
  • Page 106: Melsec-a

    2.7 MELSEC-A The device ranges that can be set when selecting [MELSEC-A] as the controller type are as follows. (2) For GT10, GOT MULTI-DROP CONNECTION (1) For GT16, GT15, GT14, GT12, GT11 Device No. Device name Setting range representation Device No. Device name Setting range Input (X)
  • Page 107: Melsec-fx

    2.8 MELSEC-FX The device ranges that can be set when selecting specification for the buffer memory of 32 bit data. [MELSEC-FX] as the controller type are as follows. If using the 16 bit specification for a buffer memory of 32 bit data, monitoring and writing Device No.
  • Page 108: Melsec-ws

    2.9 MELSEC-WS The device ranges that can be set when selecting (3) Engineering software for MELSEC-WS and device representation of GT Designer3 [MELSEC-WS] as the controller type are as follows. The engineering software for MELSEC-WS and the device representation of GT Designer3 are Device No.
  • Page 109 (f) EFI output(EQ) (4) When using offset specification Offset +3 to +15 When setting devices using the offset function, the EQ10 EQ11 EQ12 device values are as follows. Fixed to 0 (a) Input(I) Fixed to 0 +240 Offset +8 to +15 +256 EQ20 EQ21...
  • Page 110 2 - 18 2. DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET 2.9 MELSEC-WS...
  • Page 111: Access Range For Monitoring

    ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING 3.1 Access Range for Monitoring Stations on Network Systems ..........3 - 2 3.2 Access Range for Monitoring when Using Ethernet Connection .
  • Page 112: Access Range For Monitoring Stations On Network Systems

    ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING 3.1 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  Bus connection (1) When connecting to multiple CPU system • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal stations on the Control station network.
  • Page 113 (2) When connecting to QCPU (Q mode)/QnACPU/AnUCPU • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal stations on the Control network. station Normal Normal station station Normal station • The GOT can monitor the control station and all the normal Control Control stations on other networks.
  • Page 114  Direct CPU connection/computer link connection (1) When connecting to multiple CPU system • Corresponding to the access range described in ■ Bus connection (1). (2) When connecting to RCPU • For the computer link connection, refer to the following. ■...
  • Page 115  MELSECNET/H connection, MELSECNET/10 connection, CC-Link IE Controller Network connection, CC-Link IE Field Network connection POINT POINT POINT Precautions for cyclic transmission Devices that can be accessed by cyclic transmission differ according to connection type. Connection type Devices that can be accessed MELSECNET/H B, W, LB, LW, SB, SW MELSECNET/10...
  • Page 116 POINT POINT POINT Precautions when using the QCPU redundant system When monitoring other networks, do not set the QCPU redundant system as a relay station. If the QCPU redundant system is set as a relay station, the GOT cannot switch the monitoring target automatically when the system is switched.
  • Page 117  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 118 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 119 Example 3: When using CPU direct connection or computer link 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 120 Example 4: When using CPU direct connection or computer link 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 121 Example 5: When using MELSECNET/10 connection Q (Q mode) (1-1) (2-1) Q (Q mode) Network No. 1 Network No. 2 (1-4) (1-2) (2-2) (2-4) (2-3) (1-3) • Monitor access range for other station devices (other than B and W) Station to be accessed Network No.1 Network No.2 Q (Q mode)
  • Page 122 Example 6: When using CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) /CC-Link connection (via G4) Image of CC-Link Connection CC-Link Master Network module Q(Q mode ) (1-2) module (0 station) (1-2) CC-Link System A nA (1-1) (1-3) Network System (1-4) Station to be accessed Q (Q mode) Station (1-1)
  • Page 123: Access Range For Monitoring When Using Ethernet Connection

    Connection  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,QCPU or QnACPU.(Monitoring other networks via a motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R series) is available by Ethernet only.)
  • Page 124: Cc-link System Access Range For Monitoring

    3.3 CC-Link System Access Range for Monitoring  When using Bus connection/CPU direct connection/computer link connection Only connected stations can be monitored.  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 125 (b) Monitoring PLC CPU devices of other stations Set the device name and device No. DEVICE RANGE THAT CAN BE SET (3) Setting NW No. and station number (a) 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 (b) When monitoring PLC CPU devices of another station...
  • Page 126  Monitoring overview The following two methods are available for monitoring by the GOT with CC-Link communication unit. Monitoring method Monitoring by transient transmission Monitoring by cyclic transmission All remote inputs/outputs and remote registers assigned to Devices of the PLC CPU on the CC-Link system master and Contents the Master station by CC-Link parameter setting are local station are specified and monitored.
  • Page 127: Data Link System (melsecnet/b, (ii)) Access Range For Monitoring

    3.4 Data Link System (MELSECNET/B, (II)) Access Range for Monitoring  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 128: Access Range For Monitoring When Connecting Fxcpu

     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 129: Connection To Remote I/o Station In Melsecnet/h Network System

    3.6 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 130  Direct CPU connection (1) 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. 6.
  • Page 131  Ethernet connection (1) 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. 8.
  • Page 132: Connection To The Head Module Of Cc-link Ie Field Network System

    3.7 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. ...
  • Page 133 POINT POINT POINT Connection between GT11, GT10 and head module of CC-Link IE Field Network GT11, GT10 can not access the master station on CC-Link IE Field Network. GT11, GT10 can access only the connected host station (head module).  Restrictions on connection to head module The GOT does not allow the clock of the master station to be set in the clock setting of the utility function.
  • Page 134 3 - 24 3. ACCESS RANGE FOR MONITORING 3.7 Connection to the Head Module of CC-Link IE Field Network System...
  • Page 135: How To Monitor Reduntant System

    HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM 4.1 Connection to Remote I/O Station in MELSECNET/H Network System ......... .4 - 8 4.2 Direct CPU Connection .
  • Page 136 HOW TO MONITOR REDUNTANT SYSTEM 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...
  • Page 137 The following connection methods are available for the QCPU redundant system. • Connection to remote I/O station in MELSECNET/H network system (1) Direct CPU connection (Remote I/O station of MELSECNET/H network system) 4.1.1 Direct CPU connection (Direct CPU connection to the remote I/O station) (2) Computer link connection (Serial communication module mounted on remote I/O station of MELSECNET/H network system) 4.1.2 Computer link connection (Connection to serial communication module mounted on remote...
  • Page 138 The following table shows the features of each connection method. Connection type Before system switching After system switching • Direct CPU connection (Remote I/O station of Standby system Control system Standby system Control system MELSECNET/H network Multiplexed remote Multiplexed remote Multiplexed remote Multiplexed remote system)
  • Page 139 Connection type Before system switching After system switching • CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) Intelligent device station GOT1 • CC-Link connection (Via GOT1 AJ65BT-G4-S3 CC-Link GOT2 CC-Link GOT2 Master station Standby master station Master station Standby master station Control Standby system system Control...
  • Page 140 Connection type Before system switching After system switching • Computer link connection (Serial communication Control system Standby system Control system module mounted on the Station Station Station Station redundant type extension No. 1 No. 2 No. 1 No. 2 base unit) •...
  • Page 141 POINT POINT POINT Precautions for monitoring the QCPU redundant system (1) A system alarm may be detected when the system is switched in a redundant system. When Q redundant setting is made : "450 Path has changed or timeout occurred in redundant system." When Q redundant setting is not made : "402 Communication timeout.
  • Page 142: Connection To Remote I/o Station In Melsecnet/h Network System

    4.1 Connection to Remote I/O Station in MELSECNET/ H Network System 4.1.1 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 143: Computer Link Connection (connection To Serial Communication Module Mounted On Remote I/o Station)

    4.1.2 Computer link connection (Connection to serial communication module mounted on remote I/O station) This section explains the computer link 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 144: Ethernet Connection (connection To Ethernet Module Mounted On Remote I/o Station)

    4.1.3 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 145: Direct Cpu Connection

    4.2 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. 4.2.1 When using one GOT CPU direct connection Network No.
  • Page 146: When Using Two Gots

    4.2.2 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 147: Precautions When Connecting A Got Directly To A Plc Cpu In The Redundant System Without Making Q Redundant Setting

    4.2.3 Precautions when connecting a GOT directly to a PLC CPU in the redundant system without making Q redundant setting (1) 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. To change the target monitor in response to the system switching, change the target of the connection cable between the GOT and PLC CPU to the other PLC CPU, or configure the system using GOTs connected to each PLC CPU.
  • Page 148 The following diagram shows an example of screen setting using SM1515. System configuration example: when using one GOT Control Standby Station Q25PRH QJ71 Q25PRH QJ71 Station system system No. 1 BR11 BR11 No. 0 (System A) (System B) QJ72 Station BR15 No.
  • Page 149 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 Status Observation 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) Set the Status Observation.
  • Page 150 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 151 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 152: Cc-link Connection (intelligent Device Station)

    4.3 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 153 (3) Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system (a) 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.
  • Page 154: Cc-link Connection (via G4)

    4.4 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 155 (3) Monitoring target change when system switching occurs in a redundant system (a) 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.
  • Page 156: Melsecnet/h And Melsecnet/10 Connections (network Systems)

    4.5 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.
  • Page 157: Cc-link Ie Controller Network Connection (network System)

    4.6 CC-Link IE Controller Network Connection (Network System) This section explains the CC-Link IE Controller Network connection (network system) that connects the GOT to the CC- Link IE controller network. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT set as a normal station to the CC-Link IE Controller Network. Network No.
  • Page 158: Ethernet Connection

    4.7 Ethernet Connection This section explains the Ethernet connection that connects the GOT to the Ethernet network system. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the Ethernet network. Network No. 1, Station No. 3 Network No. 1, Station No.
  • Page 159: Connection To The Redundant Type Extension Base Unit

    4.8 Connection to the Redundant Type Extension Base Unit 4.8.1 Computer link connection (Connection to the Serial communication module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit) This section explains the computer link connection for connecting the GOT to the serial communication module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit.
  • Page 160: Ethernet Connection

    4.8.2 Ethernet connection (Connection to the Ethernet module mounted on redundant type extension base unit) This section explains the Ethernet connection for connecting the GOT to the Ethernet module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the Ethernet module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit.
  • Page 161: Cc-link Connection (intelligent Device Station) (connection To The Cc-link Module Mounted On Redundant Type Extension Base Unit)

    4.8.3 CC-Link connection (intelligent device station) (Connection to the CC-Link module mounted on redundant type extension base unit) This section explains the CC-Link connection for connecting the GOT to the CC-Link module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the CC-Link module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit.
  • Page 162: Cc-link Connection (via G4) (connection To The Cc-link Module Mounted On Redundant Type Extension Base Unit)

    4.8.4 CC-Link connection (Via G4) (Connection to the CC-Link module mounted on redundant type extension base unit) This section explains the CC-Link connection (Via G4) for connecting the GOT to the CC-Link module mounted on the redundant type extension base unit via the AJ65BT-G4-S3. The following shows an example of connecting the GOT to the AJ65BT-G4-S3 of the CC-Link network.
  • Page 163: Q Redundant Setting

    4.9 Q Redundant Setting The following explains the setting for automatically change the monitoring target of the GOT when monitoring a QCPU redundant system. POINT POINT POINT Before making the Q redundant setting In the Q redundant setting, do not set stations other than redundant CPUs. Select [Common] [Controller Setting] [Q Redundant] from the menu.
  • Page 164 *1 Pair number Redundant CPU pair means the redundant CPUs (System A / System B) in the redundant system configuration. Pair number is the number assigned to each redundant CPU pair. Example: Ethernet connection (Pair No. 1 and Pair No. 2) Redundant CPU pair (No.1) Station Station...
  • Page 165: Switch The Monitor Target To The Control System Using The Script Function

    4.10 Switch the Monitor Target to the Control System Using the Script Function The following explains how to create a script screen, to be used for the MELSECNET/H or MELSECNET/10 connection (network system), or Ethernet connection, that automatically changes the monitoring target (Station No.) at the occurrence of system switching even if the Q redundant setting is not made.
  • Page 166 Set the station number switching device. Select [Common] [Controller Setting] [Station No. Switching], and set the internal device GD100 as the station number switching device. Do not use a device of PLC CPU as a screen switching device. Since the device information is transferred by the tracking transfer function of the redundant system, the status observation may be disabled.
  • Page 167 Create a monitor screen. For MELSECNET/H connection, MELSECNET/10 connection or Ethernet connection: (Common) In the device setting (network setting) of each object, set Network No. 1 and Station No. 1 of the control system. Validate the station number switching function. On the Basic tab screen specified by selecting [Screen] [Screen Property], select the item [Switch Station No.] to validate the station number changing function.
  • Page 168 HINT HINT HINT When the MELSECNET/H network is connected to the redundant system only, SW56 (current control station) can be set as the station number switching device. In this case, even if the system switching occurs, the GOT always monitors the station number that is currently the control station.
  • Page 169 Set the status observation. Make the setting so that the station number is switched when the faulty station information (GS231) from the station monitoring specified by selecting [Common] [Status Observation] turns ON. (For Network No. 1 and Station No. 2, set "258"(0102H)) Condition 1 : GS231.b0 (while ON) When b0 is ON, Station No.
  • Page 170 On the screen 1, set the switch for writing the station No. 1 to the station number switching device. After the GOT is started up, the station number switching device value of the GOT is "0". For Ethernet connection, the monitor becomes abnormal when the station number switching device value is "0". Therefore, set the switch for writing the station number to the station number switching device and the switch for shifting to the monitor screen on the screen 1.
  • Page 171 Change the station number switching device value in the script. By selecting [Common] [Script] [Script], create a script for each monitor screen that checks the SM1515 status of the current monitor station, and if it is OFF (standby system), changes the station number switching device value.
  • Page 172: Method For Using The Screen Changing Function

    4.10.2 Method for using the screen changing function • As a feature of this function, monitor screens are created for each station number. When the system switching occurs, the GOT can change the monitoring target to the control system PLC CPU on the other monitor screen.
  • Page 173 Set the status observation. Set the status observation so that the station number is switched when the faulty station information (SW70) of MELSECNET/H turns ON in the project specified by choosing [Common] [Status Observation]. Condition 1 : SW70.b0 (while ON) When b0 is ON, Station No.
  • Page 174 Set monitor screens. For MELSECNET/H connection, MELSECNET/10 connection or Ethernet connection: (Common) • Create a monitor screen with each object whose network setting is Station No. 1 on Screen No. 1 (1-1). • Create a monitor screen with each object whose network setting is Station No. 2 on Screen No. 2 (1-2). Change the screen switching device value in the script.
  • Page 175  Setting method (Ethernet connection) System configuration example 2: Ethernet connection Ethernet Network No. 1 Station No. 3 QJ71 Standby system Control system Q25PRH QJ71 Q25PRH (System B) (System A) Station No. 1 Station No. 2 Connected module Network No. Station No.
  • Page 176 Change the screen switching device value in the script. By selecting [Common] [Script] [Script], create a script for each monitor screen that checks the SM1515 status of the current monitor station, and if it is OFF (standby system), changes the station number switching device value.
  • Page 177 BUS CONNECTION 5.1 Connectable Model List ......5 - 2 5.2 System Configuration ......5 - 7 5.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 178: Connectable Model List

    BUS CONNECTION 5.1 Connectable Model List The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R Bus connection Series R04ENCPU R08ENCPU R16ENCPU R32ENCPU R120ENCPU R08SFCPU R16SFCPU R32SFCPU...
  • Page 179 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU 5.2.1 connection Q06HCPU Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU (Extension base) Q00UJCPU MELSEC-Q Q00UCPU (Q mode) Q01UCPU Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU Q04UDHCPU...
  • Page 180 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT L02CPU-P MELSEC-L L06CPU-P L26CPU-P L26CPU-PBT L02SCPU L02SCPU-P Q02CPU-A MELSEC-Q Q02HCPU-A (A mode) Q06HCPU-A Q2ACPU Q2ACPU-S1 MELSEC-QnA Q3ACPU 5.2.2 (QnACPU) connection Q4ACPU Q4ARCPU Q2ASCPU MELSEC-QnA Q2ASCPU-S1 5.2.3 (QnASCPU) connection Q2ASHCPU Q2ASHCPU-S1 A2UCPU...
  • Page 181 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A0J2HCPUR21 Bus connection 5.2.4 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU A2CCPUP21 MELSEC-A A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *3*4 Q172CPU *3*4 Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU Motion Q172DCPU Bus connection controller Q173DCPU 5.2.1 Q172DCPU-S1 (Q Series) Q173DCPU-S1 Q172DSCPU Q173DSCPU Q170MCPU...
  • Page 182 POINT POINT POINT List of the main base or extension base available for the GOT bus connection : The GOT bus connection is available. : The GOT bus connection is not available. Main/Extension base Model GOT bus connection Q3 B Q3 DB (Multiple CPU high speed main base unit) Main base Q3 BL (Large type base unit)
  • Page 183: System Configuration

    5.2 System Configuration POINT POINT POINT When "CONTROL BUS ERR" or "UNIT VERIFY ERR" occurs It can be considered that noise due to a long bus connection cable causes a malfunction. Check whether a signal line such as bus cable is placed near the equipment to operate. If the line is close to the equipment, make a distance of 100mm or more from the equipment.
  • Page 184  When 2 to 5 GOTs are connected Bus extension Extension base Intermediary (Terminating Main base unit 1st GOT connector box unit station) Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Extension cable GOT (1st) Main base Extension base Extension Connection cable 1) Option device...
  • Page 185 Communication driver Bus(Q) *4*5 *4*5 GOT (intermediary) GOT (terminal) Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Max. distance Option device Option device Model Model *6*7 *6*7 GT15-75QBUSL, Between main base and GOT GT15-75QBUS2L, (1st): 13.2m GT15-75QBUS2L, GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2 GT15-QBUS2 Between main base and GOT (terminal): 37m - (Built into GOT) GT15-75QBUSL,...
  • Page 186 5 - 10 5. BUS CONNECTION 5.2 System Configuration...
  • Page 187: Connecting To Qnacpu Or Ancpu

    5.2.2 Connecting to QnACPU or AnCPU  When one GOT is connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Extension cable Extension Connection cable 2) Max. distance connector Main Extension Connection cable 1)
  • Page 188  When 2 to 3 GOTs are connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT 3rd GOT unit connector box Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Extension cable Connection cable 4) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Bus connector...
  • Page 189 Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) *3*5 *3*5 GOT (2nd) GOT (3rd) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) Max. distance Option device Option device Model Model *6*7 *6*7 GT15-75ABUSL Between main base and GOT(1st): 6.6m GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L (Including the extension cable length) GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-ABUS GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-ABUS2...
  • Page 190: Connection To Qnascpu Or Anscpu

    5.2.3 Connection to QnASCPU or AnSCPU  When one GOT is connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Extension cable Extension connector Connection cable 2) Max. distance Extension Main Connection cable 1)
  • Page 191 Extension connector Connection cable 2) Max. distance Extension Main Connection cable 1) Model cable conversion Option device base base GT15-75ABUSL Between extension GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-A1SC07B(0.7m) base and GOT: 6m GT15-ABUS GT15-A1SC12B(1.2m) (Including the GT15-ABUS2 GT15-A1SC30B(3m) extension cable GT15-A1SC50B(5m) length) - (Built into GOT) GT15-75ABUSL Between extension GT15-75ABUS2L...
  • Page 192  When two GOTs are connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Connection cable 1) Connection cable 3) Extension cable Connection cable 2) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Extension Bus connector Option device...
  • Page 193 *3*5 GOT (2nd) Connection cable 3) Max. distance Option device Model *6*7 GT15-75ABUSL Between main base and GOT(1st): 5m GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-ABUS Between GOT (1st) and GOT (2nd): 30m GT15-ABUS2 Between main base and GOT (2nd): 35m - (Built into GOT) GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C12BS(1.2m)
  • Page 194  When three GOTs are connected Extension base Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT 3rd GOT unit Extension cable Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Extension Bus connector Option device Main base Connection cable 1) Model...
  • Page 195 Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) *2*3 *2*3 GOT (2nd) GOT (3rd) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) Max. distance Option device Option device Model Model *5*6 *5*6 GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-ABUS Between main base and GOT(1st): 5m GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-ABUS2 Between GOT (1st) and GOT (3rd): 30m...
  • Page 196: Connection To A0j2hcpu

    5.2.4 Connection to A0J2HCPU Power supply module Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) GOT1000 series Connection cable 2) Max. distance Power supply Model name Connection cable 1) Model Option device module GT15-75ABUSL A0J2C03(0.3m) GT15-75ABUS2L Between PLC and GOT: 6.6m GT15-ABUS A0J2C06(0.55m) A0J2HCPU...
  • Page 197: Connection To Motion Controller Cpu (a273ucpu, A273uhcpu(-s3), A373ucpu(-s3))

    5.2.5 Connection to motion controller CPU (A273UCPU, A273UHCPU(-S3), A373UCPU(-S3))  When one GOT is connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Extension cable Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) GOT1000 Series Connection cable 2) Max.
  • Page 198  When two GOTs are connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 1) Extension cable GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Main Extension Bus connector *5*6...
  • Page 199 *2*4 GOT (2nd) Connection cable 3) Max. distance *5*6 Model Option device GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-C12BS(1.2m) Between main base and GOT(1st): 2.5m GT15-ABUS GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-ABUS2 GT15-C50BS(5m) Between GOT (1st) and GOT (2nd): 30m GT15-C100BS(10m) GT15-C200BS(20m) Between main base and GOT (2nd): 32.5m - (Built into GOT) GT15-C300BS(30m) GT15-75ABUSL...
  • Page 200  When 2 to 3 GOTs are connected Extension base Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT 3rd GOT unit Extension cable Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Connection Bus connector *4*5 Extension cable Main base...
  • Page 201 Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) *2*3 *2*3 GOT (2nd) GOT (3rd) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) Max. distance *4*5 *4*5 Model Model Option device Option device GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-ABUS Between main base and GOT(1st): 2.5m GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-ABUS2 Between GOT (1st) and GOT (3rd): 30m...
  • Page 202: Connecting To Motion Controller Cpu (a171scpu(-s3(n)), A171shcpu(n), A172shcpu(n), A173uhcpu(-s1))

    5.2.6 Connecting to motion controller CPU (A171SCPU(-S3(N)), A171SHCPU(N), A172SHCPU(N), A173UHCPU(-S1))  When one GOT is connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Extension cable Connection cable 2) Connection cable 1) GOT1000 Series Connection cable 2) Max.
  • Page 203 GOT1000 Series Connection cable 2) Max. distance Extension Extension Main connector Connection cable 1) Model Option device base conversion cable base GT15-75ABUSL Between extension GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-A1SC07B(0.7m) base and GOT: 3m GT15-ABUS GT15-A1SC12B(1.2m) (Including the GT15-ABUS2 GT15-A1SC30B(3m) extension cable length) - (Built into GOT) GT15-75ABUSL Between extension GT15-75ABUS2L...
  • Page 204  When two GOTs are connected Extension base Bus extension Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT unit connector box Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) Extension cable Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Extension Bus connector *7*8...
  • Page 205 *4*6 GOT (2nd) Connection cable 3) Max. distance *7*8 Model Option device GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-C12BS(1.2m) Between main base and GOT(1st): 3m GT15-ABUS GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-ABUS2 GT15-C50BS(5m) Between GOT (1st) and GOT (2nd): 30m GT15-C100BS(10m) GT15-C200BS(20m) Between main base and GOT (2nd): 33m - (Built into GOT) GT15-C300BS(30m) GT15-75ABUSL...
  • Page 206  When 2 to 3 GOTs are connected Extension base Main base unit 1st GOT 2nd GOT 3rd GOT unit Extension cable Connection cable 2) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) GOT (1st) Connection cable 2) Extension Extension Bus connector *6*7 Main base Connection cable 1)
  • Page 207 Communication driver Bus(A/QnA) *3*4 *3*4 GOT (2nd) GOT (3rd) Connection cable 3) Connection cable 4) Max. distance *6*7 *6*7 Model Model Option device Option device GT15-75ABUSL GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-C07BS(0.7m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-C12BS(1.2m) GT15-ABUS Between main base and GOT(1st): 3m GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-C30BS(3m) GT15-75ABUS2L GT15-ABUS2 Between GOT (1st) and GOT (3rd): 30m...
  • Page 208: Got Side Settings

    Q01CPU. However, the monitor speed may be reduced. Set the following items. (2) Bus(A/QnA) • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC • Controller Type: Set the option according to the Controller Type to be connected. • I/F: Interface to be used • Driver: Set either of the following option according to the Controller Type to be connected.
  • Page 209  Setting Stage No. and Slot No. POINT POINT POINT POINT POINT POINT (1) Communication interface setting by Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication Settings] after writing Before setting Stage No. and Slot No. [Communication Settings] of project data.
  • Page 210 POINT POINT POINT HINT HINT HINT When connecting to motion controller CPU (Q Series) Setting unused I/O slots to empty (0 points) (only when In the [Base Setting] on MT Developer, set "10" to the connecting to QCPU (Q mode)) number of slots for the extension base used for GOT Setting unused I/O slots as empty slots (0 points) from connection.
  • Page 211 (2) Other than QCPU (Q mode) Assign the GOT to an empty I/O slot on the extension base unit. When there is no extension base unit or no empty I/O slots are left on an extension base unit, set an additional stage, and assign the GOT to one of the I/O slots.
  • Page 212: Precautions

    5.4 Precautions 5.4.1 GT15-C [ ] EXSS-1, (b) When using GT15-C BS Follow the GOT side grounding steps in (a) above GT15-C [ ] BS for both GOTs. (1) Composition of GT15-C EXSS-1 5.4.2 Turning the GOT ON It is composed of GT15-EXCNB (0.5m) and GT15- C BS (10 to 30m).
  • Page 213: Powering Off The Got, Reapplying The Power (off To On)

    5.4.3 Powering OFF the GOT, 5.4.5 Powering OFF or resetting the reapplying the power (OFF to (1) When turning OFF or resetting the PLC during monitoring (1) Precautions for reapplying the power to the GOT When turning OFF or resetting the PLC during (OFF to ON) monitoring, the system alarm (No.402: timeout error) is Do not power-cycle the GOT (OFF to ON) while the...
  • Page 214: When Designing The System

    5.4.8 When designing the system (3) When using a Q00J/Q00UJ/Q00/Q00U/Q01/Q01U/ Q02UCPU When a GOT is bus-connected to a Q00JCPU or When the GOT is OFF, the following currents are supplied Q00UJCPU, number of extension stages including the to the GOT from the PLC CPU side (the power supply GOT must be 2 or less.
  • Page 215: When Connecting To A Qna(s)cpu Or An(s)cpu Type

    (4) In the case of CPUs other than (2) (3) above (4) When using the QA1S6 B extension base unit Even if the max. number of stages are used with no A GOT is physically connected to the last of all empty I/O slots, when there is a free space of 32 I/O extension base units.
  • Page 216: When Connecting Multiple Gots

    5.4.12 When connecting multiple 5.4.13 When using a PLC CPU in the GOTs direct mode (1) System including different GOT series Note that when the I/O control mode of the PLC CPU is the direct mode, and if the 1st GOT is connected to the main or The GOT1000 series can be connected with GOT-A900 extension base unit with a 5m extension cable (GT15- series in a system.
  • Page 217: When Connecting To A Q4arcpu Redundant System

    5.4.14 When connecting to a 5.4.15 When monitoring the Q4ARCPU redundant system Q170MCPU (1) When the GOT is bus-connected to a Q4ARCPU Set [CPU No.] to "2" in the device setting to monitor the redundant system device of the Motion CPU area (CPU No.2). Connect the GOT to the last redundant extension base When the CPU No.
  • Page 218 5 - 42 5. BUS CONNECTION 5.4 Precautions...
  • Page 219: Direct Connection To Cpu

    DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU 6.1 Connectable Model List ......6 - 2 6.2 System Configuration ......6 - 7 6.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 220: Connectable Model List

    DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU 6.1 Connectable Model List The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R RS-232 Series RS-422 R04ENCPU R08ENCPU R16ENCPU R32ENCPU R120ENCPU R08SFCPU...
  • Page 221 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU RS-232 Q02CPU RS-422 Q02HCPU Q06HCPU 6.2.1 Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU RS-232 Q25PHCPU RS-422 Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU (Extension base) Q00UJCPU MELSEC-Q (Q mode) Q00UCPU Q01UCPU Q02UCPU...
  • Page 222 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT RS-232 L02CPU-P MELSEC-L 6.2.2 RS-422 L06CPU-P L26CPU-P L26CPU-PBT L02SCPU L02SCPU-P Q02CPU-A MELSEC-Q RS-232 Q02HCPU-A 6.2.1 (A mode) RS-422 Q06HCPU-A Q2ACPU Q2ACPU-S1 MELSEC-QnA RS-422 Q3ACPU 6.2.3 (QnACPU) Q4ACPU Q4ARCPU RS-422 Q2ASCPU MELSEC-QnA...
  • Page 223 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU A2SCPU MELSEC-A RS-422 6.2.4 (AnSCPU) A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 RS-422 6.2.4 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 RS-422 A2CCPUC24 6.2.4 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *2*3 Q172CPU *2*3...
  • Page 224 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A273UCPU RS-422 A273UHCPU RS-422 A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU RS-422 Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller 6.2.4 A171SCPU-S3N CPU (A Series) A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU RS-422 A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 RS-232 6.2.7 WS0-CPU3 MELSECNET/ QJ72LP25-25 QJ72LP25G RS-232 6.2.1...
  • Page 225: System Configuration

    System Configuration 6.2.1 Connecting to QCPU Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) RS-422 connector QCPU conversion cable Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable RS-422 connector Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment conversion cable type distance - (Built into GOT) GT01-C30R2-6P(3m) RS-232 GT15-RS2-9P...
  • Page 226: Connecting To Lcpu

    6.2.2 Connecting to LCPU Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) RS-422 connector LCPU Adapter conversion cable Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable RS-422 connector Communication Max. Model name Adapter Cable model Option device Model equipment conversion cable type distance - (Built into GOT) GT01-C30R2-6P(3m) L6ADP-R2 RS-232...
  • Page 227 Connection cable Number of connectable RS-422 connector Communication Max. Model name Adapter Cable model Option device Model equipment conversion cable type distance - (Built into GOT) GT01-C30R2-6P(3m) RS-232 GT15-RS2-9P GT01-RS4-M - (Built into GOT) GT10-C30R2-6P(3m) GT16-C02R4-9S L02SCPU 1 GOT for 1 GT15-RS2T4-9P L02SCPU-P GT15-RS4-9S...
  • Page 228: Connecting To Qnacpu

    6.2.3 Connecting to QnACPU Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) QnACPU Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Max. equipment Model name Cable model Option device Model type distance GT16-C02R4-9S GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C30R4-25P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-25P(10m) GT01-C200R4-25P(20m) GT01-C300R4-25P(30m) - (Built into GOT) MELSEC-QnA RS-422 1 GOT for 1 PLC GT01-RS4-M...
  • Page 229: Connecting To Acpu

    6.2.4 Connecting to ACPU Communication driver Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) MELSEC-A ( For GT10) ACPU Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance GT16-C02R4-9S GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C30R4-25P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-25P(10m) GT01-C200R4-25P(20m) GT01-C300R4-25P(30m) - (Built into GOT) MELSEC-A...
  • Page 230: Connecting To Melsec Iq-f Series

    6.2.5 Connecting to MELSEC iQ-F Series Communication driver FX5U Expansion Expansion FX5UC board adapter Serial (MELSEC) Connection cable  When connecting to FX5U (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of Cable model connectable Model Expansion Communication Max. Expansion board Connection diagram Option device Model equipment...
  • Page 231 Connection cable Number of Cable model connectable Model Expansion Communication Max. Expansion board Connection diagram Option device Model equipment name adapter type distance number GT16-C02R4-9S GT15-RS2T4-9P RS-422 connection 1 GOT for 1 diagram 8) GT15-RS4-9S FX5- FX5U RS-422 Expansion 485ADP adapter - (Built into GOT) RS-422 connection...
  • Page 232  When connecting to FX5UC (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of Cable model connectable Model Expansion Communication Max. Expansion board Connection diagram Option device Model equipment name adapter type distance number GT16-C02R4-9S GT15-RS2T4-9P RS-422 connection 1 GOT for 1 diagram 8) GT15-RS4-9S RS-422 PLC built-in...
  • Page 233: Connecting To Fxcpu

    6.2.6 Connecting to FXCPU Function Function FXCPU expansion adapter Communication driver board Connection cable MELSEC-FX  When connecting to FX , FX , FX , FX , FX or FX Connection cable Number of Function connectable Function Model Communication Max. expansion Cable model Option device...
  • Page 234  When connecting to FX , FX , FX , FX , FX (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of Function connectable Function Model Communication Max. expansion Cable model Option device Model equipment name type distance adapter *4*7 board GT16-C02R4-9S GT01-C10R4-8P(1m) GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C30R4-8P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S...
  • Page 235 GT14, GT12, GT11 and GT10 are available for the multiple-GT14, GT12, GT11, GT10 connection function to connect up to two GOTs. 21. MULTIPLE-GT14, GT12, GT11, GT10 CONNECTION FUNCTION When using function expansion boards or function adapters, confirm the communication settings. 6.6 Precautions Connection to FXCPU (2)When connecting with function extension board or communication special adapter Use the RS-422 connection model.
  • Page 236  When connecting to FX , FX , FX , FX , FX (RS-232 connection) Connection cable Number of Function Cable model connectable Function Model Communication Max. expansion Connection diagram Option device Model name type distance equipment adapter *1*4 number board GT01-C30R2-9S(3m) - (Built into GOT)
  • Page 237  When connecting to FX , FX , FX (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of Function connectable Function Model Communication Max. expansion Cable model Option device Model equipment name type distance adapter board GT16-C02R4-9S GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C10R4-8P(1m) GT01-C30R4-8P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-8P(10m) GT01-C200R4-8P(20m) - (Built into GOT) GT01-C300R4-8P(30m) GT01-RS4-M...
  • Page 238  When connecting to FX , FX , FX (RS-232 connection) Connection cable Number of connectable Function Cable model Function Model Communication Max. equipment expansion Connection diagram Option device Model name type distance adapter number board - (Built into GOT) GT01-C30R2-9S(3m) 1 GOT for 1 RS-232 connection...
  • Page 239  When connecting to FX /D, FX /DSS) (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance GT16-C02R4-9S(0.2m) GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C10R4-8P(1m) GT01-C30R4-8P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-8P(10m) GT01-C200R4-8P(20m) - (Built into GOT) GT01-C300R4-8P(30m) GT01-RS4-M GT10-C10R4-8P(1m) GT10-C30R4-8P(3m) GT10-C100R4-8P(10m)
  • Page 240  When connecting to FX or FX -LT(-2)) (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of Function connectable Function Communication Max. expansion equipment Model name Cable model Option device Model adapter type distance board GT16-C02R4-9S GT01-C10R4-8P(1m) GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C30R4-8P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-8P(10m) GT01-C200R4-8P(20m) - (Built into GOT) GT01-C300R4-8P(30m) GT01-RS4-M GT10-C10R4-8P(1m)
  • Page 241  When connecting to FX or FX -LT(-2)) (RS-232 connection) Connection cable Number of connectable Function Cable model Function Communication Max. equipment expansion Model name Connection diagram Option device Model type distance adapter number board - (Built into GOT) GT01-C30R2-9S(3m) 1 GOT for 1 RS-232 connection function...
  • Page 242  When connecting to FX /D, FX /DS, FX /DSS) (RS-422 connection) Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance GT16-C02R4-9S(0.2m) GT15-RS2T4-9P GT01-C10R4-8P(1m) GT01-C30R4-8P(3m) GT15-RS4-9S GT01-C100R4-8P(10m) GT01-C200R4-8P(20m) - (Built into GOT) GT01-C300R4-8P(30m) GT01-RS4-M GT10-C10R4-8P(1m)
  • Page 243: Connecting To Wscpu

    6.2.7 Connecting to WSCPU Communication driver WSCPU MELSEC-WS Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable Communication Cable model Max. equipment Model name Option device Model type Connection diagram number distance - (Built into GOT) WS0-C20R2(2m) MELSEC-WS RS-232 1 GOT for 1 PLC GT15-RS2-9P WS0-C20R2(2m) 2.3m...
  • Page 244 POINT POINT POINT When connecting to the motion controller CPU (Q Series) other than Q170MCPU, MR-MQ100 A motion controller CPU (Q Series) mounted to the multiple CPU system of the QCPU (Q mode) can be monitored. The system configuration, connection conditions, and system equipment for connecting a GOT to a motion controller CPU (Q Series) are the same as those for connecting to the QCPU.
  • Page 245: Connection Diagram

    6.3 Connection Diagram The following diagram shows the connection between the GOT and the PLC. RS-232 connection diagram 4) GOT side FX PLC side 6.3.1 RS-232 cable (terminal block) (D-sub 9-pin)  Connection diagram RS-232 connection diagram 1) FX PLC side (D-sub 9-pin) GOT side RS-232 connection diagram 5)
  • Page 246: Cable

    RS-422 connection diagram 2)  Precautions when preparing a cable GOT side Untied wire color of (terminal block) GT10-C□□□R4-25P (1) Cable length The length of the RS-232 cable must be within the Brown maximum distance specifications. (2) GOT side connector Orange For the GOT side connector, refer to the following.
  • Page 247 RS-422 connection diagram 5) RS-422 connection diagram 8) PLC side GOT side United wire color of GOT side (terminal block) (terminal block) Q170MIOCBL1M-A Yellow(Dot mark:Black) Yellow(Dot mark:Red) Pink(Dot mark:Black) Pink(Dot mark:Red) White(Dot mark:Black) White(Dot mark:Red) RS-422 connection diagram 6) Set the terminating resistor of the PLC side to "330Ω " GOT side PLC side (terminal block)
  • Page 248: Got Side Settings

    Set this item when change the transmission speed used for Set the following items. communication with the connected 9600bps, equipment. • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC 19200bps, Transmission (Default: 115200bps) • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller 38400bps, Speed...
  • Page 249 Item Description Range (b) For GT10 Select the communication format. 1, 2 Format (Default: 1) Set the monitor speed of the GOT. High Monitor Speed This setting is not valid in all systems. Normal (GT16 only) (Default: Normal) This is effective when collecting a large data on other than the monitor screen (logging, recipe function, etc.).
  • Page 250 (4) MELSEC-A (GT10) POINT POINT POINT (1) Communication interface setting by the Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication Settings] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data. For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 251: Plc Side Setting

    6.5 PLC Side Setting When a GOT and an LCPU are connected via an L6ADP- 6.5.2 GX Works2 settings R4 adapter, set the following communication setting. 6.5.1 L6ADP-R4 adapter settings Set the communication speed in GX Works2. Set the communication settings by the DIP switches of the L6ADP-R4 adapter.
  • Page 252: Precautions

    6.6 Precautions  Connection to FXCPU  Connection in the multiple CPU system (1) When connecting to FX series When the keyword of FXCPU (FX series) has been When the GOT is connected to multiple CPU system, set, GOT may not be able to monitoring.Perform an I/O the following time is taken until when the PLC runs.
  • Page 253  Connection to MELSEC iQ-F Series POINT POINT POINT MELSEC iQ-F Series communication settings For details of MELSEC iQ-F Series communication settings, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-F Series User's Manual Module parameter settings as a default value (MELSOFT Connection).
  • Page 254 6 - 36 6. DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU 6.6 Precautions...
  • Page 255: Computer Link Connection

    COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION 7.1 Connectable Model List ......7 - 2 7.2 System Configuration ......7 - 8 7.3 Connection Diagram .
  • Page 256: Connectable Model List

    COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION 7.1 Connectable Model List The following table shows the connectable models. 7.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R RS-232 7.2.1 R04ENCPU Series RS-422 R08ENCPU...
  • Page 257 Series Model name Clock Communication Refer to Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU RS-232 Q02CPU 7.2.2 RS-422 Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU RS-232 7.2.2 Q12PHCPU RS-422 Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) RS-232 7.2.2 RS-422 Q25PRHCPU (Extension base) Q00UJCPU Q00UCPU MELSEC-Q...
  • Page 258 Series Model name Clock Communication Refer to *1*2 Q12DCCPU-V C Controller RS-232 Q24DHCCPU-V module 7.2.2 RS-422 Q24DHCCPU-LS (Q Series) Q26DHCCPU-LS MELSEC-QS QS001CPU L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT L02CPU-P RS-232 MELSEC-L 7.2.3 L06CPU-P RS-422 L26CPU-P L26CPU-PBT L02SCPU L02SCPU-P Q02CPU-A MELSEC-Q RS-232 Q02HCPU-A 7.2.4 (A mode) RS-422...
  • Page 259 Series Model name Clock Communication Refer to A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU MELSEC-A RS-232 A2SCPU 7.2.8 (AnSCPU) RS-422 A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 RS-232 7.2.8 RS-422 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 RS-232 7.2.8 RS-422 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU...
  • Page 260 Series Model name Clock Communication Refer to A273UCPU A273UHCPU RS-232 A273UHCPU-S3 7.2.7 RS-422 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller CPU A171SCPU-S3N (A Series) A171SHCPU RS-232 A171SHCPUN 7.2.8 RS-422 A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H RS-232 Remote I/O QJ72LP25G 7.2.2 RS-422...
  • Page 261: Serial Communication Module/computer Link Module

    7.1.2 Serial communication module/Computer link module CPU series Model name MELSEC iQ-R Series Motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R Series) RJ71C24, RJ71C24-R2, RJ71C24-R4 C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) MELSEC-Q (Q mode) QJ71C24 , QJ71C24-R2 Motion controller CPU (Q Series) QJ71C24N, QJ71C24N-R2, QJ71C24N-R4 MELSECNET/H remote I/O station CNC C70 QJ71CMO...
  • Page 262: System Configuration

    7.2 System Configuration 7.2.1 Connecting to MELSEC iQ-R series Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) Serial MELSEC iQ-R communication Series module Connection cable Connection cable Number of Serial connectable Communication Max. communication Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module GT09-C30R2-9P(3m) - (Built into GOT)
  • Page 263: Connecting To Qcpu (q Mode)

    7.2.2 Connecting to QCPU (Q mode) Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) Serial QCPU communication (Q mode) module Connection cable Connection cable Number of Serial connectable Communication Max. communication Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module - (Built into GOT) GT09-C30R2-9P(3m) QJ71C24 QJ71C24N...
  • Page 264: Connecting To Lcpu

    7.2.3 Connecting to LCPU Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) Serial LCPU communication module Connection cable Connection cable Number of Serial connectable Communication Max. communication Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module - (Built into GOT) GT09-C30R2-9P(3m) RS-232 connection LJ71C24 RS-232 GT15-RS2-9P...
  • Page 265: Connecting To Qcpu (a Mode)

    7.2.4 Connecting to QCPU (A mode) Communication driver Serial (MELSEC) QCPU Computer (A mode) link module Connection cable Connection cable Number of connectable Computer link Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module GT09-C30R2-9P(3m) - (Built into GOT) A1SJ71UC24-R2 RS-232 connection A1SJ71C24-R2...
  • Page 266: Connecting To Qnacpu (qnacpu Type)

    7.2.5 Connecting to QnACPU (QnACPU type) Communication driver Communication driver Communication driver AJ71C24/UC24 Serial (MELSEC) Serial (MELSEC) (GT16, GT15, GT14, GT12, GT11) (When connecting to a computer link module) ( For GT10) Serial communication QnACPU module (QnACPU type) /Computer link module Connection cable Connection cable Number of...
  • Page 267: Connecting To Qnacpu (qnascpu Type)

    Connection cable Number of connectable Computer link Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module GT09-C30R2-25P(3m) - (Built into GOT) RS-232 connection GT15-RS2-9P AJ71UC24 RS-232 diagram 2) GT01-RS4-M RS-232 connection - (Built into GOT) diagram 4) RS-422 connection 500m - (Built into GOT)
  • Page 268 Connection cable Number of Serial communication connectable Communication Max. module/Computer link Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance module RS-422 connection 1200m - (Built into GOT) diagram 2) GT16-C02R4-9S GT09-C30R4-6C(3m) GT09-C100R4-6C(10m) GT15-RS2T4-9P 1 GOT for 1 GT09-C200R4-6C(20m) A1SJ71QC24 1200m GT15-RS4-9S...
  • Page 269: Connecting To Acpu (ancpu Type)

    7.2.7 Connecting to ACPU (AnCPU type) Computer ACPU link module (AnCPU type) Communication driver Connection cable AJ71C24/UC24 Connection cable Number of Computer link connectable Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model module equipment type distance GT09-C30R2-25P(3m) - (Built into GOT) RS-232 connection AJ71UC24 RS-232...
  • Page 270: Connecting To Acpu (anscpu Type, A0j2hcpu, A2ccpuc)

    7.2.8 Connecting to ACPU (AnSCPU type, A0J2HCPU, A2CCPUC) ACPU Computer link (AnSPU type) module Communication driver (A0J2HCPU,A2CCPUC) Connection cable AJ71C24/UC24 Connection cable Number of Computer link connectable Communication Max. Model name Cable model Option device Model module equipment type distance GT09-C30R2-9P(3m) A1SJ71UC24-R2 - (Built into GOT)
  • Page 271: Connection Diagram

    7.3 Connection Diagram The following diagram shows the connection between the RS-232 connection diagram 2) GOT and the PLC. PLC side connector D-sub 25-pin 7.3.1 RS-232 cable For GT16, GT15 GOT side  PLC side (D-Sub 9-pin) Connection diagram RS(RTS) RS-232 connection diagram 1) PLC side connector D-sub 9-pin RD(RXD)
  • Page 272 RS-232 connection diagram 3) RS-232 connection diagram 4) PLC side connector D-sub 9-pin PLC side connector D-sub 25-pin For GT1030, GT1020 For GT1030, GT1020 (When connecting to the Q/QnA/L Serial Communication Module) (When connecting to the Q/QnA Serial Communication Module) GOT side GOT side PLC side...
  • Page 273: Rs-422 Cable

    RS-422 connection diagram 3) 7.3.2 RS-422 cable (For GT1030, GT1020)  Connection diagram GOT side (terminal block) PLC side RS-422 connection diagram 1) (For GT16, GT15, GT14, GT12, GT11, GT105 , GT104 ), Serial Multi-Drop Unit GOT side PLC side RS-422 connection diagram 4) (For GT1030, GT1020) GOT side...
  • Page 274  Connecting terminating resistors (1) GOT side When connecting a PLC to the GOT, a terminating resistor must be connected to the GOT. (a) For GT16, GT15, GT12 Set the terminating resistor setting switch of the GOT main unit to "Disable". (b) For GT14, GT11, GT10 Set the terminating resistor selector to "330 ".
  • Page 275: Got Side Settings

    Set this item when change the Set the following items. transmission speed used for communication with the connected • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC 9600bps, equipment. • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller 19200bps,...
  • Page 276 Item Description Range (2) AJ71QC24, MELDAS C6* Monitor Set the monitor speed of the GOT. High Speed This setting is not valid in all systems. Normal (GT16 only) (Default: Normal) This is effective when collecting a large data on other than the monitor screen (logging, recipe function, etc.).
  • Page 277 (3) AJ71C24/UC24 (4) QnA/L/Q CPU (GT10) Item Description Range Item Description Range Set this item when change the Set this item when change the transmission speed used for 4800bps, Transmission transmission speed used for communication with the connected 9600bps, 9600bps, Speed communication with the connected equipment.
  • Page 278: Plc Side Setting

    7.5 PLC Side Setting The GOT operates under the following transmission 7.5.1 Connecting serial specifications when it is connected to a Mitsubishi Electric communication module PLC in the computer link connection. (MELSEC iQ-R Series) Transmission specifications Setting Data bit 8bits...
  • Page 279: Connecting Serial Communication Module (q, L Series)

    7.5.2 Connecting serial (2) When connecting to the CH2 side communication module (Q, L Series) POINT POINT POINT (1) Serial communication module (Q, L Series) For details of the serial communication module (Q, Switch Specifi Description Positi L Series), refer to the following manual. value value Q Corresponding Serial Communication...
  • Page 280: Connecting Serial Communication Module (qna Series)

    7.5.3 Connecting serial POINT POINT POINT communication module (QnA Series) (1) When the [intelligent function module switch setting] has been set After writing PLC parameters to the PLC CPU, turn the PLC CPU OFF then back ON again, or POINT POINT POINT reset the PLC CPU.
  • Page 281 (a) Transmission speed setting (SW09 to SW12) Set the transmission speed (SW09 to SW12) as POINT POINT POINT follows. The transmission speed setting must be consistent When connecting a GOT to CH2 with that of the GOT side. Set the CH1 side mode switch to any other than "0" (interlocked operation).
  • Page 282: Connecting Computer Link Module

    7.5.4 Connecting computer link (1) Mode setting switch module Mode setting switch Contents Set value RS-232 POINT POINT POINT connection Dedicated protocol type 1 RS-422 Computer link module connection For details of the computer link module, refer to the following manual. (2) Transmission specifications switch Computer Link Module (Com.
  • Page 283 • Transmission speed setting (SW05 to SW07) (b) A1SJ71UC24-R2, A1SJ71UC24-PRF, Set the transmission speed (SW05 to SW07) as A1SJ71C24-R2, A1SJ71C24-PRF follows. The transmission speed setting must be consistent Transmission Setting with that of the GOT side. specifications Description switch value switch Transmission speed SW03...
  • Page 284 (e) A2CCPUC24, A2CCPUC24-PRF POINT POINT POINT Transmission Setting specifications Description switch value When connecting the GT14, GT12, GT11, GT10 and switch the computer link unit SW11 (Consistent When the GT14, GT12, GT11, GT10 and the computer Transmission speed with the GOT SW12 descriptio link unit are connected via RS-232C, set the buffer...
  • Page 285: Precautions

    7.6 Precautions   Time taken until the PLC runs when Connection to RnSFCPU connected in the multiple CPU system The RnSFCPU takes 10 seconds or more to run. If the GOT is started before the RnSFCPU runs, a The following time is taken until the PLC runs. system alarm occurs.
  • Page 286 7 - 32 7. COMPUTER LINK CONNECTION 7.6 Precautions...
  • Page 287: Ethernet Connection

    ETHERNET CONNECTION 8.1 Connectable Model List ......8 - 2 8.2 System Configuration ......8 - 8 8.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 288: Connectable Model List

    ETHERNET CONNECTION 8.1 Connectable Model List 8.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R Ethernet 8.2.1 R04ENCPU Series R08ENCPU R16ENCPU R32ENCPU...
  • Page 289 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Ethernet 8.2.1 Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU (Extension base) MELSEC-Q Q00UJCPU (Q mode) Q00UCPU Q01UCPU Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU Q04UDHCPU...
  • Page 290 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type MELSEC-QS QS001CPU Ethernet 8.2.1 L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT L02CPU-P 8.2.2 MELSEC-L Ethernet L06CPU-P 8.2.1 L26CPU-P L26CPU-PBT L02SCPU L02SCPU-P Q02CPU-A MELSEC-Q Ethernet Q02HCPU-A 8.2.1 (A mode) Q06HCPU-A Q2ACPU Q2ACPU-S1 MELSEC-QnA Ethernet Q3ACPU 8.2.1 (QnACPU) Q4ACPU Q4ARCPU...
  • Page 291 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU MELSEC-A A2SCPU Ethernet 8.2.1 (AnSCPU) A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 Ethernet 8.2.1 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *1*2 Q172CPU *1*2 Q173CPU...
  • Page 292 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A273UCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller Ethernet 8.2.1 A171SCPU-S3N (A Series) A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H Remote I/O QJ72LP25G Ethernet 8.2.1 station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE Field Network...
  • Page 293: Ethernet Module

    8.1.2 Ethernet module CPU series Ethernet module MELSEC iQ-R Series RJ71EN71 Motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R Series) MELSEC-Q (Q mode) MELSEC-QS Motion controller CPU (Q Series) QJ71E71-100 QJ71E71-B5 QJ71E71-B2 QJ71E71 CNC C70 Robot controller (CRnQ-700) AJ71QE71N3-T AJ71QE71N-B5 AJ71QE71N-B2 AJ71QE71N-T AJ71QE71N-B5T AJ71QE71 AJ71QE71-B5 A1SJ71QE71N3-T...
  • Page 294: System Configuration

    8.2 System Configuration 8.2.1 Connection to Ethernet module  When connecting to MELSEC iQ-R, motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R Series), C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series), MELSEC-Q, QS, QnA, A or motion controller CPU (Q Series) Ethernet Communication driver PLC CPU module Connection cable Ethernet(MELSEC),Q17nNC,CRnD-700...
  • Page 295 Connection cable Maximum Number of segment connectable Communication Ethernet module Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment length type *4*5 Twisted pair cable • 10BASE-T - (Built into GOT) Shielded twisted pair cable (STP) or unshielded 128 GOTs twisted pair cable (UTP): MELSEC-L LJ71E71-100 Ethernet...
  • Page 296  When connecting to MELSEC-FX Ethernet Communication driver PLC CPU module Connection cable Ethernet (FX), Gateway Maximum Connection cable Number of segment connectable Communication Ethernet module Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment length type *4*5 - (Built into GOT) MELSEC-FX -ENET-L Ethernet...
  • Page 297 For the system configuration of the Ethernet module, refer to the following manuals. For FX Ethernet Interface Module User’s Manual Select one of the following [Controller Type] in [Ethernet] of GT Designer3. • Ethernet module (FX Series): FX For [Ethernet] of GT Designer3, refer to the following. 8.3.3 Ethernet setting When using an Ethernet module with the FX series, FX...
  • Page 298: Connection To Built-in Ethernet Port Cpu Or C Controller Module

    8.2.2 Connection to Built-in Ethernet port CPU or C Controller module Connecting to Built-in Communication driver Ethernet port Connection cable Ethernet(MELSEC),Q17nNC,CRnD-700 Maximum Number of segment *1*2 connectable Connection cable Communication Model name Option device Model equipment length type MELSEC iQ-R Ethernet *10*11 Series...
  • Page 299 When connecting GT16 of the function version A to an equipment that meets the 10BASE (-T/2/5) standard, use the switching hub and operate in a 10Mbps/100Mbps mixed environment. For how to check the function version, refer to the following. GT16 User's Manual (Hardware) A length between a hub and a node.
  • Page 300: Connecting To Display I/f

    8.2.3 Connecting to Display I/F PLC CPU Communication driver Connection cable Ethernet(MELSEC),Q17nNC,CRnD-700 Maximum Number of connectable segment Connection cable Communication equipment Model name Option device Model length type Twisted pair cable • 10BASE-T - (Built into GOT) Shielded twisted pair cable (STP) or CNC C70 unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP): Ethernet...
  • Page 301: Connection To Cc-link Ie Field Network Ethernet Adapter Module

    8.2.4 Connection to CC-Link IE Field Network Ethernet Adapter Module Communication driver Ethernet(MELSEC), Q17nNC, CRnD-700 CC-Link IE CC-Link IE Field Field Network Network Master/ QCPU Ethernet adapter Local module module Connection cable 1) Connection cable 2) CC-Link IE Connection cable Field Network Connection cable 2) Ethernet adapter module...
  • Page 302: Connecting To Peripheral I/f (built-in Ethernet Port Motion Controller Cpu)

    8.2.5 Connecting to PERIPHERAL I/F (Built-in Ethernet port Motion Controller CPU) Communication driver Q172DCPU-S1 Q173DCPU-S1 Ethernet(MELSEC),Q17nNC,CRnD-700 Q172DSCPU Q173DSCPU Connection cable Q170MCPU Q170MSCPU Q170MSCPU-S1 MR-MQ100 Maximum Number of segment connectable Connection cable Communication Option device Model Model name equipment length type Motion controller CPU (Q Series) Twisted pair cable...
  • Page 303: Got Side Settings

    Set the router address of the default Set the following items. Default gateway where the GOT is connected. 0.0.0.0 to • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC (Only for connection via router) 255.255.255.255 Gateway (Default: 0.0.0.0) • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller 1024 to 5010, Type to be connected.
  • Page 304 To connect the GOT with the Ethernet module (Q Series) in  the one-on-one relationship using a cross cable, set GT15 [Timeout Time] to 6sec. or longer. Click the [Setting] button and perform the setting in the [GOT IP Address Setting] screen. Each of [GOT PLC No.] set in the communication detail setting and [PLC No.] set in the Ethernet setting must be set to different station numbers.
  • Page 305: Ethernet Setting

    8.3.3 Ethernet setting POINT POINT POINT (1) Example of [Detail setting]. For examples of [Detail setting], refer to the following. 8.4 PLC Side Setting (2) Communication interface setting by Utility The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's [Communication Settings] after writing [Communication Settings] of project data.
  • Page 306 8.3.4 Routing parameter setting Set only when selecting "AJ71E71" in [Controller Type]. When other than [AJ71E71] is selected, the port No. is as follows. • [RCPU], [RnCCPU], [QnUDE(H)]: 5006 (fixed) Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. • [FX5CPU]: 5562 (fixed) •...
  • Page 307 (2) Parameter reflection function of MELSOFT Navigator POINT POINT POINT (a) The color of the cells for the items which are reflected to GT Designer3 from MELSOFT (1) Routing parameter setting of relay station Navigator changes to green. Set items, which (a) Routing parameter setting may also be are displayed in green cells, from the necessary for the relay station.
  • Page 308: Plc Side Setting

    8.4 PLC Side Setting Model Reference Model Reference AJ71E71N3-T, AJ71E71N-B5, R04CPU, R08CPU, R16CPU, AJ71E71N-B2, AJ71E71N-T, R32CPU, R120CPU, R16MTCPU, AJ71E71N-B5T, AJ71E71-S3, R32MTCPU A1SJ71E71N3-T, R08PCPU, R16PCPU Ethernet module (A A1SJ71E71N-B5, 8.4.10 R32PCPU, R120PCPU Series) A1SJ71E71N-B2, R04ENCPU, A1SJ71E71N-T, Built-in Ethernet R08ENCPU, 8.4.1 A1SJ71E71N-B5T, port RCPU R16ENCPU, 8.4.2...
  • Page 309: Ethernet Setting

    8.4.1 Connecting to Built-in Ethernet  [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT port CPU (one-to one Designer3 connection) POINT POINT POINT This section describes the settings of the GOT and Built-in Ethernet port CPU in the following case of system (1) [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT configuration.
  • Page 310: Connecting To Built-in Ethernet Port Cpu (multiple Connection)

    8.4.2 Connecting to Built-in Ethernet  Checking communication state of Built-in port CPU (multiple connection) Ethernet port CPU  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows This section describes the settings of the GOT and Built-in Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Ethernet port CPU in the following case of system ...
  • Page 311   [Module parameter] of GX Works3 [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 (1) Built-in Ethernet port (For MELSEC iQ-R Series) POINT POINT POINT (1) [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 For [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3, refer to the following.
  • Page 312: Connecting To Ethernet Module (melsec Iq-r Series)

     Checking communication state of Built-in POINT POINT POINT Ethernet port CPU Ethernet diagnostics of GX Works3  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows Ethernet diagnostics of GX Works3 is available to a Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Ping test from the PLC.
  • Page 313  (2) Target Device Connection Configuration Setting [Module parameter] of GX Works3 (1) Module parameter of Ethernet module (MELSEC iQ- R Series) Set [Module parameter] of the port under [Module information]. Item Set value Protocol (Use default value) Open system MELSOFT connection (fixed) Host station port No.
  • Page 314  POINT POINT POINT [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 Routing parameter setting of request source (1) Controller setting Routing parameter setting is also necessary for the request source GOT. Item Set value (Use default value) For the setting, refer to the following. 8.3.4 Routing parameter setting GOT NET No.
  • Page 315: Connection To C Controller Module (melsec Iq-r Series)

    8.4.4 Connection to C Controller  Confirming the communication state of module (MELSEC iQ-R Ethernet module Series)  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of This section describes the settings of the GOT and C ...
  • Page 316   [Module parameter] of CW Configurator [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 (1) Module parameter POINT POINT POINT (1) [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 For [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3, refer to the following. 8.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings) (2) Ethernet setting...
  • Page 317: Connecting To Built-in Ethernet Port Cpu (one-to-one Connection)

    8.4.5 Connecting to Built-in Ethernet  Checking communication state of C port CPU (one-to-one Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) connection)  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of This section describes the settings of the GOT and Built-in ...
  • Page 318   [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Checking communication state of Connecting Designer3 to Built-in Ethernet port CPU  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows POINT POINT POINT Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of ...
  • Page 319: Connecting To Built-in Ethernet Port Cpu (multiple Connection)

    8.4.6 Connecting to Built-in Ethernet  [Q parameter setting] or [L parameter setting] port CPU (multiple connection) for GX Developer (1) Built-in Ethernet port This section describes the settings of the GOT and Built-in Example: [Q parameter setting] screen Ethernet port CPU in the following case of system configuration.
  • Page 320 (2) Open settings  [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT The setting is required for all the connected GOTs. Designer3 POINT POINT POINT (3) [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 For [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3, refer to the following. 8.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings) (4) Ethernet setting...
  • Page 321: Connecting To Ethernet Module (q/l Series)

    8.4.7 Connecting to Ethernet  Checking communication state of Connecting module (Q/L Series) to Built-in Ethernet port CPU  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows This section describes the settings of the GOT and Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Ethernet module (Q Series) in the following case of the ...
  • Page 322  (2) Operation setting [Network parameter] of GX Developer (1) Network parameter Setting necessity at Item Set value connection (Use default value) Communication data code Setting IP address 192.168.0.19 necessity at Item Set value Initial timing connection Send frame setting Network type Ethernet (fixed) (Use default value)
  • Page 323 (3) Routing parameter setting  [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. Designer3 However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). (1) Controller setting Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer Item Set value (Use default value)
  • Page 324: Connecting To C Controller Module (q Series)

    8.4.8 Connecting to C Controller  Confirming the communication state of module (Q Series) Ethernet module  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows This section describes the settings of the GOT and C Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Controller module (Q Series) in the following case of the ...
  • Page 325 (c) Detail settings  Utility setting for C Controller module (Q Series) (1) Q12DCCPU-V Use SW3PVC-CCPU-E Ver.3.05F or later for the C Controller (Q Series) setting utility. (a) Connection settings Setting necessity at Item Set value Setting connection necessity at Item Set value 192.168.3.3 (Default)
  • Page 326 (d) System settings (2) Q24DHCCPU-V/VG Use SW4PVC-CCPU-E for the C Controller (Q Series) setting utility. (a) Connection settings Setting necessity at Item Set value connection Points occupied by empty slot Remote reset Output mode at STOP to Intelligent function module Setting settings necessity at...
  • Page 327: Connecting To Ethernet Module (qna Series)

    8.4.9 Connecting to Ethernet (1) Controller setting module (QnA Series) Item Set value (Use default value) GOT NET No. This section describes the settings of the GOT and GOT PLC No. Ethernet module (QnA Series) in the following case of the system configuration.
  • Page 328  (2) Exchange condition setting switch Switch settings of Ethernet module Set the operation mode setting switch and exchange Setting Exchange condition setting switch. Setting necessity at condition Description switch value setting switch AJ71QE71N3-T, AJ71QE71N-B5, A1SJ71QE71N3-T, A1SJ71QE71N-B5, connection AJ71QE71N-B2, AJ71QE71N-T, A1SJ71QE71N-B2, A1SJ71QE71N-T, AJ71QE71N-B5T, AJ71QE71, A1SJ71QE71N-B5T, A1SJ71QE71-B5,...
  • Page 329  (2) Routing parameter setting [Network parameter] of GX Developer Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be (1) Network parameter set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer Network No.]s.
  • Page 330: Connecting To Ethernet Module (a Series)

    8.4.10 Connecting to Ethernet (3) Communication confirmation module (A Series) The RDY LED on the Ethernet module turn on when the module is ready to communicate. For confirming the communication state, refer to the This section describes the settings of the GOT and following.
  • Page 331  (1) Operation mode setting switch Switch settings of Ethernet module Set the operation mode setting switch and exchange Setting condition setting switch. Operation mode necessity at Description Set value setting switch AJ71E71N3-T, AJ71E71N-B5, A1SJ71E71N3-T, A1SJ71E71N-B5, connection AJ71E71N-B2, AJ71E71N-T, A1SJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-T, AJ71E71N-B5T, AJ71E71-S3 A1SJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71-B5-S3, A1SJ71E71-B2-S3...
  • Page 332 (c) Buffer memory settings used in the present  Sequence program example The sequence program for initial processing and Buffer memory communication line opening processing are required. address Item Set value (1) Programming condition Dec (Hex) This program performs the initial processing of the C0A80013 Ethernet module and the opening processing of 0 to 1 (0 to 1...
  • Page 333 (2) Example of sequence program * Initial processing IP address of Ethernet module(192.168.0.19) Turned on at first scan only while detection running Initial request Read the initial fault code. Initial WDT ERR fault detection detection COM. ERR turned off request COM.
  • Page 334 (3) Communication confirmation  [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT The RDY LED on the Ethernet module turn on when Designer3 the module is ready to communicate. For confirming the communication state, refer to the (1) Controller setting following. 8.4.7 ■Confirming the communication state of Item Set value (Use default value) Ethernet module...
  • Page 335: Connecting To Ethernet Module (fx Series)

    8.4.11 Connecting to Ethernet  Ethernet parameter settings of FX3U- module (FX Series) ENET-L Configuration tool (1) Ethernet settings This section describes the settings of the GOT and Set the Ethernet parameter with FX -ENET-L Ethernet module (FX Series) in the following case of the Configuration tool.
  • Page 336 (2) Operational settings (3) Open settings Setting Item Setting (with GOT connected) Communication (Use default value.) date code Setting Item Setting (with GOT connected) IP address 192.168.0.19 Protocol Initial timing Open system MELSOFT connection Send frame setting (Use default value.) Fixed buffer TCP Existence confirmation setting...
  • Page 337  (2) Open settings Ethernet parameter settings of FX -ENET- (1) Ethernet settings Set the Ethernet parameter at [FX Parameter] on GX Works2. To set FX -ENET-ADP, GX Works2 Ver.1.90U or later is required. For details on the setting of FX -ENET-ADP, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 338   [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Confirming the communication state of Designer3 Ethernet module  (1) Controller setting (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of Item Setting (Use default value.) ...
  • Page 339: Connecting To Built-in Ethernet Port Fxcpu (fx3ge)

    8.4.12 Connecting to Built-in Ethernet  Ethernet parameter settings of FX port FXCPU (FX (1) Ethernet settings Set the Ethernet parameter at [FX Parameter] on GX This section describes the settings of the GOT and Works2. Ethernet module (FX Series) in the following case of the To set FX , GX Works2 Ver.1.91V or later is required.
  • Page 340 (2) Open settings  [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 (1) Controller setting Item Setting (Use default value.) GOT NET No. GOT PLC No. GOT IP Address 192.168.0.18 GOT Port No. 5019 (Communication) GOT Port No. Setting Item Setting 5014 (with GOT connected) (Ethernet Download)
  • Page 341: Connecting To Display I/f (cnc C70)

    8.4.13 Connecting to Display I/F  Confirming the communication state of (CNC C70) Ethernet module  (1) When using the Command Prompt of Windows This section describes the settings of the GOT and Display Execute a Ping command at the Command Prompt of I/F (CNC C70) in the following case of the system ...
  • Page 342 (2) CNC monitor (2) Ethernet setting Item Set value Host N/W No. PLC No. Ethernet Type Q17nNC setting No.1 IP address 192.168.1.2 Port No. 5001 (fixed) Communication UDP (fixed) POINT POINT POINT [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 For [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Setting necessity at Item Set value...
  • Page 343: Connecting To Cc-link Ie Field Network Ethernet Adapter Module

    8.4.14 Connecting to CC-Link IE Field  GX Works2 network parameter Network Ethernet Adapter Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET Module For details of the setting contents of PLC side, refer to the following manual. This section describes the settings of the GOT, Ethernet MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Field Network Master/ adapter module and the PLC in the following system Local Module User's Manual...
  • Page 344   Ethernet Adapter Module setting [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 Set the parameter with the Ethernet adapter module setting tool. For details of the setting method, refer to the following POINT POINT POINT manual. CC-Link IE Field Network Ethernet Adapter [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT Designer3 Module User's Manual For [Controller Setting] and [Ethernet] of GT...
  • Page 345: Connecting To Peripheral I/f (built-in Ethernet Port Motion Controller Cpu)

    8.4.15 Connecting to PERIPHERAL  System configuration I/F (Built-in Ethernet port Leave the Built-in Ethernet port Motion Controller CPU Motion Controller CPU) settings as default in the following system configuration. This section describes the settings of the GOT and Built-in ■...
  • Page 346 Setting necessity (3) Controller setting Item Set value at GOT connection Item Setting (Use default value.) Communication data code GOT NET No. (Use default value) Enable online change GOT PC No. (MC protocol) GOT IP Address 192.168.3.1 Open settings Refer to (2) GOT Port No.
  • Page 347 POINT POINT POINT Ethernet diagnostics of GX Works2/GX Developer Ethernet diagnostics of GX Works2/GX Developer is available to a Ping test from the PLC. For details of Ethernet diagnostics of GX Works2/GX Developer, refer to the following manual. GX Works2 Version1 Operating Manual (Common) GX Developer Version8 Operating Manual 8 - 61...
  • Page 348: Precautions

    8.5 Precautions  Connection to QnA (S) CPU type  Connection to LCPU Use B or a later function version of Ethernet module LCPU may diagnose (check file system, recovering (QnA Series) and PLC CPU (QnA/QnASCPU type). process, etc.) the SD memory card when turning on the ...
  • Page 349  When setting IP address Do not use "0" and "255" at the end of an IP address. (Numbers of *.*.*.0 and *.*.*.255 are used by the system) The GOT may not monitor the controller correctly with the above numbers. Consult with the administrator of the network before setting an IP address to the GOT and controller.
  • Page 350 8 - 64 8. ETHERNET CONNECTION 8.5 Precautions...
  • Page 351: Melsecnet/h Connection (plc To Plc Network)

    MELSECNET/H CONNECTION (PLC TO PLC NETWORK) 9.1 Connectable Model List ......9 - 2 9.2 System Configuration .
  • Page 352: Connectable Model List

    MELSECNET/H CONNECTION (PLC TO PLC NETWORK) 9.1 Connectable Model List POINT POINT POINT (1) Connectable network When using MELSECNET/H in NET/10 mode, refer to MELSECNET/10 CONNECTION. Connect the GOT to the following network systems as an ordinary station. • MELSECNET/H network system (PLC to PLC network) optical loop system •...
  • Page 353: Connectable Model List

    Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type C Controller module MELSECNE R12CCPU-V (MELSEC iQ- R Series) MELSEC iQ-F FX5U MELSECNE Series FX5UC Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU MELSECNE Q25HCPU MELSEC-Q (Q mode) Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU (Extension base)
  • Page 354 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q03UDECPU Q04UDEHCPU Q06UDEHCPU Q10UDEHCPU Q13UDEHCPU Q20UDEHCPU MELSEC-Q Q26UDEHCPU MELSECNET/H (Q mode) Q50UDEHCPU Q100UDEHCPU Q03UDVCPU Q04UDVCPU Q06UDVCPU Q13UDVCPU Q26UDVCPU Q12DCCPU-V C Controller Q24DHCCPU-V/VG module MELSECNET/H Q24DHCCPU-LS (Q Series) Q26DHCCPU-LS MELSEC-QS QS001CPU MELSECNET/H L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT...
  • Page 355 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU MELSEC-A A2SCPU (AnSCPU) A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *1*2 Q172CPU *1*2 Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU...
  • Page 356 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A273UCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller A171SCPU-S3N (A Series) A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H Remote I/O QJ72LP25G station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE Field Network LJ72GF15-T2 head module CC-Link IE...
  • Page 357: Melsecnet/h Network Module

    9.1.2 MELSECNET/H network module Model name CPU series Optical loop Coaxial bus MELSEC-Q (Q mode) QJ71LP21 MELSEC-QS QJ71LP21-25 Motion controller CPU (Q Series) QJ71BR11 QJ71LP21S-25 CNC C70 Robot controller (CRnQ-700) QJ71LP21-25 C Controller module (Q Series) QJ71BR11 QJ71LP21S-25 Use function version B or later of the MELSECNET/H network module and CPU. 9 - 7 9.
  • Page 358: System Configuration

    9.2 System Configuration 9.2.1 Connecting to optical loop system MELSECNET/H QCPU Communication driver network module Connection cable MELSECNET/H Connection cable Number of MELSECNET/H connectable Communication Max. network module Model name Cable model Option device Model equipment type distance QJ71LP21 MELSEC-Q QJ71LP21-25 MELSECNET/H GT15-J71LP23-25...
  • Page 359: System Configuration

    For the coaxial cable, refer to the following manual. Q corresponding MELSECNET/H Network System Reference Manual (PLC to PLC network) For the coaxial cable connector connection method, refer to the following. 1.4.2 Coaxial cable connector connection method The overall extension cable length and the length between stations vary depending on the cable type to be used and the total number of stations.
  • Page 360: Got Side Settings

    • Offline • Test between Set the following items. Set the operation mode of the slave station GOT. • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Mode Setting • Self-loopback (Default: • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller Online (auto. reconnection)) test Type to be connected.
  • Page 361: Routing Parameter Setting

    Item Description Range Set the number of refreshes to secure the send/receive data in station units during communication. Refresh (Default: 1time) 1 to 1000times Interval Valid when [Secured data send/ Secured data receive] Is marked by the control station side network parameters of the melsecnet/h network system.
  • Page 362: Plc Side Settings

    9.4 PLC Side Settings This section describes the settings of the GOT and 9.4.2 Switch setting of MELSECNET/H network module in the case of system configuration shown as 9.4.1. MELSECNET/H network When connecting the MELSECNET/H network module to module the MELSECNET/H network system, specify the MELSECNET/H Mode or the MELSECNET/H Extended Set the station number setting switch and mode setting Mode as a network type.
  • Page 363: Parameter Setting

    9.4.3 Parameter setting (1) Station number setting switch  Setting Connecting to MELSEC-Q or QS series Station number setting necessity at Description switch value (1) [Network parameter] of GX Developer connection (a) Network parameter STATION NO. Station number setting (Station No.1) : Necessary : As necessary : Not necessary...
  • Page 364 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing parameter setting Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer Network No.]s.
  • Page 365  Setting Connecting to C Controller module (Q necessity at Series) Item Set value Use SW3PVC-CCPU-E Ver.3.05F or later for the connection MELSECNET/H utility. MNET/H mode Network type (Control station) (1) Connection settings Network No. Group No. Online Mode Return (Use default value) Refresh parameters (Use default value)
  • Page 366: Controller Setting] Of Gt Designer3

    9.4.4 [Controller Setting] of GT (b) Routing parameter setting Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. Designer3 However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of Item Set value...
  • Page 367: Precautions

    9.5 Precautions  Network configuration  Use MELSECNET/H (PLC to PLC network) to Connection in the multiple CPU system configure a network including the GOT. When the GOT is connected to multiple CPU system, The following networks including the GOT cannot be the following time is taken until when the PLC runs.
  • Page 368 9 - 18 9. MELSECNET/H CONNECTION (PLC TO PLC NETWORK) 9.5 Precautions...
  • Page 369: Melsecnet/10 Connection (plc To Plc Network)

    MELSECNET/10 CONNECTION (PLC TO PLC NETWORK) 10.1 Connectable Model List ......10 - 2 10.2 System Configuration .
  • Page 370: Connectable Model List

    10. MELSECNET/10 CONNECTION (PLC TO PLC NETWORK) 10.1 Connectable Model List POINT POINT POINT (1) Connectable network The MELSECNET/10 connection includes the MELSECNET/H network system used in the MELSECNET/10 mode. The GOT cannot be connected to the remote I/O network. Connect the GOT to the following network systems as an ordinary station.
  • Page 371 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type C Controller module MELSECNET/ R12CCPU-V (MELSEC iQ-R Series) MELSEC iQ-F FX5U MELSECNET/ Series FX5UC Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU MELSECNET/10 10.2 Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU MELSEC-Q Q25PHCPU (Q mode) Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base)
  • Page 372 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q04UDHCPU Q06UDHCPU Q10UDHCPU Q13UDHCPU Q20UDHCPU Q26UDHCPU Q03UDECPU Q04UDEHCPU Q06UDEHCPU MELSEC-Q Q10UDEHCPU MELSECNET/10 10.2 (Q mode) Q13UDEHCPU Q20UDEHCPU Q26UDEHCPU Q50UDEHCPU Q100UDEHCPU Q03UDVCPU Q04UDVCPU Q06UDVCPU Q13UDVCPU Q26UDVCPU Q12DCCPU-V C Controller Q24DHCCPU-V/VG module MELSECNET/10 10.2 Q24DHCCPU-LS (Q Series) Q26DHCCPU-LS...
  • Page 373 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A2UCPU A2UCPU-S1 MELSECNET/10 10.2 A3UCPU A4UCPU A2ACPU A2ACPUP21 A2ACPUR21 A2ACPU-S1 A2ACPUP21-S1 A2ACPUR21-S1 A3ACPU A3ACPUP21 MELSEC-A A3ACPUR21 (AnCPU) A1NCPU A1NCPUP21 A1NCPUR21 A2NCPU A2NCPUP21 A2NCPUR21 A2NCPU-S1 A2NCPUP21-S1 A2NCPUR21-S1 A3NCPU A3NCPUP21 A3NCPUR21 A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 MELSECNET/10 10.2 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU...
  • Page 374 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *1*2 Q172CPU *1*2 Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU Q172DCPU Motion MELSECNET/10 Q173DCPU 10.2 controller Q172DCPU-S1 (Q Series) Q173DCPU-S1 Q172DSCPU Q173DSCPU Q170MCPU Q170MSCPU Q170MSCPU-S1...
  • Page 375: Melsecnet/h (net/10 Mode), Melsecnet/10 Network Module

    Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H remote I/O QJ72LP25G station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE Field Network LJ72GF15-T2 head module CC-Link IE Field Network NZ2GF-ETB Ethernet adapter module CNC C70 Q173NCCPU MELSECNET/10 10.2 CRnQ-700 Robot (Q172DRCPU) MELSECNET/10...
  • Page 376: System Configuration

    10.2 System Configuration 10.2.1 Connecting to optical loop system Communication driver Communication driver MELSECNET/H MELSECNET/10 (When MELSECNET/H (When MELSECNET/10 communication unit is used) communication unit is used) MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 network module Connection cable Connection cable Number of MELSECNET/H, connectable Communication Max.
  • Page 377: Connecting To The Coaxial Bus System

    10.2.2 Connecting to the coaxial bus system Communication driver Communication driver MELSECNET/H MELSECNET/10 (When MELSECNET/H (When MELSECNET/10 communication unit is used) communication unit is used) MELSECNET/H, MELSECNET/10 network module Connection cable Connection cable Number of MELSECNET/H, connectable Communication Max. MELSECNET/10 Model name Cable model Option device...
  • Page 378: Got Side Settings

    (Auto Reconnect) • Offline Set the following items. • Test between Set the operation mode of the • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC slave station GOT. Mode Setting • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller (Default: •...
  • Page 379: Routing Parameter Setting

    Item Description Range 10.3.3 Routing parameter setting Set the number of refreshes to secure the send/receive data in station units during Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. communication. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set Refresh (Default: 1time) 1 to 1000times...
  • Page 380: Switch Setting (only When Melsecnet/10 Communication Unit Is Used)

    10.3.4 Switch setting (Only when (3) Station number setting switch MELSECNET/10 Station number setting communication unit is used) Description Set value switch Set the station No. of the MELSECNET/10 1 to 64: GT15- POINT POINT POINT communication unit. 75J71LP23-Z STATION Set to not duplicate other 1 to 32: GT15- stations in the network.
  • Page 381: Plc Side Setting

    10.4 PLC Side Setting Model name Reference POINT POINT POINT QJ71LP21, QJ71LP21-25, MELSECNET/H network module 10.4.1 QJ71LP21S-25, When connecting to Q170MCPU QJ71BR11 When connected to Q170MCPU, the start I/O No. of the MELSECNET/H network module is set to "70". AJ71QLP21, AJ71QLP21S, MELSECNET/10 network AJ71QBR11,...
  • Page 382 (1) Station number setting switch  Parameter setting (when connecting to MELSEC-Q or QS series) Setting Station number necessity (1) [Network parameter] of GX Developer Description Set value setting switch at GOT (a) Network parameter connection Station number setting (Station No.1) : Necessary : As necessary : Not necessary...
  • Page 383 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing parameter setting Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer Network No.]s.
  • Page 384  Setting Parameter setting (when connecting to C necessity at Controller module (Q Series)) Item Set value Use SW3PVC-CCPU-E Ver.3.05F or later for the connection MELSECNET/H utility. MNET/10 mode Network type (Control station) (1) Connection settings Network No. Group No. Mode Online Return...
  • Page 385 (b) Routing parameter setting  [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Item Set value (Use default) Therefore, the one that can access to other station Retry 3times from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of...
  • Page 386 10.4.2 Connecting to MELSECNET/  Switch setting of MELSECNET/10 network 10 network module (QnA module Series) Set for each setting switch. AJ71QLP21 AJ71QLP21S AJ71QBR11 This section describes the settings of the GOT and MELSECNET/10 network module (QnA series) in the J71QLP21 J71QLP21S J71QBR11...
  • Page 387 (1) Network number setting switch (5) Mode setting switch Setting Setting Network number necessity at necessity at Description Mode setting switch Description setting switch value value connection connection NETWORK NO. X100 Mode setting MODE (Online) (fixed) 0 : ONLINE(A.R) 2 : OFFLINE Network No.
  • Page 388  (2) Network range assignment [Network parameter] of GX Developer (1) Network parameter Setting necessity at Item Set value connection Monitoring time Send Start 0000 Station range No.1 00FF Setting each Start 0100 necessity at Station Item Set value station No.2 01FF (LB)
  • Page 389 (3) Routing parameter setting  [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be Item Set value (Use default) set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from Retry 3times the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer...
  • Page 390 10.4.3 Connecting to MELSECNET/  Switch setting of MELSECNET/10 network 10 network module (A Series) module Set for each setting switch. This section describes the settings of the GOT and AJ71LP21 AJ71BR11 MELSECNET/10 network module (A Series) in the following case of system configuration. J71LP21 J71BR11 RUN -...
  • Page 391 (1) Network number setting switch (5) Mode setting switch Setting Setting Network number necessity at necessity at Description Mode setting switch Description setting switch value value connection connection NETWORK NO. X100 Mode setting MODE (Online) (fixed) Network 0:ONLINE(A.R) No. setting 2:OFFLINE (Network *1*2...
  • Page 392  (2) Network range assignment [Network parameter] of GX Developer (1) Network parameter Setting necessity at Item Set value connection Monitoring time Setting necessity at Send Start 0000 Item Set value Station range No.1 00FF connection each MNET/10 Start 0100 Station Network type station...
  • Page 393 (3) Routing parameter setting  [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be Item Set value (Use default) set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from Retry 3times the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer...
  • Page 394: Precautions

    10.5 Precautions  Network configuration  Use the MELSECNET/10 mode of MELSECNET/H Connection to Q17nDCPU, Q170MCPU, (PLC to PLC network) or MELSECNET/10 (PLC to PLC CNC C70, CRnQ-700 network) to configure a network including the GOT. (1) The following networks including the GOT cannot be The Q17nDCPU, Q170MCPU, CNC C70 and CRnQ- configured.
  • Page 395: Cc-link Ie Controller Network Connection

    CC-Link IE CONTROLLER NETWORK CONNECTION 11.1 Connectable Model List ......11 - 2 11.2 System Configuration ......11 - 8 11.3 GOT side settings .
  • Page 396: Connectable Model List

    11. CC-Link IE CONTROLLER NETWORK CONNECTION 11.1 Connectable Model List 11.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE 11.2 R04ENCPU...
  • Page 397 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU CC-Link IE 11.2 Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU MELSEC-Q (Extension base) (Q mode) Q00UJCPU Q00UCPU Q01UCPU Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU...
  • Page 398 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q50UDEHCPU Q100UDEHCPU Q03UDVCPU MELSEC-Q Q04UDVCPU CC-Link IE 11.2 (Q mode) Q06UDVCPU Q13UDVCPU Q26UDVCPU Q12DCCPU-V C Controller Q24DHCCPU-V/VG module CC-Link IE 11.2 Q24DHCCPU-LS (Q Series) Q26DHCCPU-LS MELSEC-QS QS001CPU CC-Link IE 11.2 L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT L02CPU-P...
  • Page 399 Communicati Series Model name Clock Refer to on type A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU MELSEC-A A2SCPU (AnSCPU) A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU Q172CPU Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU Q172DCPU...
  • Page 400 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A273UCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller A171SCPU-S3N (A Series) A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H Remote I/O QJ72LP25G station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE Field Network LJ72GF15-T2 head module CC-Link IE...
  • Page 401: Cc-link Ie Controller Network Communication Unit

    11.1.2 CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit CPU series CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit MELSEC iQ-R Series Motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R Series) RJ71GP21-SX C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) MELSEC-Q (Q mode) C Controller module (Q Series) MELSEC-QS QJ71GP21-SX Motion controller CPU (Q Series) QJ71GP21S-SX...
  • Page 402: System Configuration

    11.2 System Configuration 11.2.1 Connecting to optical loop system CC-Link IE controller PLC CPU network module Communication driver Connection cable CC-Link IE Controller Network Connection cable Number of CC-Link IE controller connectable Communication Max. network Cable model Option device Model Model name equipment type...
  • Page 403: Got Side Settings

    Online (auto. reconnection)) • Internal self- Set the following items. loopback test • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC • Line test • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller • H/W test Type to be connected. Set the number of retries to be performed when a communication •...
  • Page 404: Routing Parameter Setting

    Item Description Range POINT POINT POINT Set the monitor speed for the CC- Link IE controller network. Monitor This setting is not valid in all High /Normal/Low Routing parameter setting Speed systems. When communicating within the host network, routing (Default: High) parameter setting is unnecessary.
  • Page 405: Plc Side Setting

    11.4 PLC Side Setting This section describes the settings of the GOT and CC-  System configuration2 Link IE controller network module in the following case of system configuration. (Network Type: CC IE Control extended mode) POINT POINT POINT <GOT> (Use the default value for settings other than the following.) CC-Link IE Controller Network module...
  • Page 406 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing setting Up to 64 [Target Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Target Network No.]s.
  • Page 407 (b) Network range assignment  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] on System configuration1 (Network Type: CC IE Control) Item Set value Network Type CC IE Control Network No. 1: Network No.1 Station No. 2: Station No.2 Setting necessity at Group No. 0 (fixed) Item Set value...
  • Page 408 (c) Routing setting (2) [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 Up to 64 [Target Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number Item Set value cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Network type CC IE Control extended mode Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of Network No.
  • Page 409: Connecting To C Controller Module (melsec Iq-r Series)

    11.4.2 Connecting to C Controller  Parameter settings (Connecting to MELSEC module (MELSEC iQ-R iQ-R series) of System configuration1 Series) (Network Type: CC IE Control) (1) [Module parameter] of CW Configurator This section describes the settings of the GOT and C (a) Module parameter Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) in the following case of system configuration.
  • Page 410 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing setting Up to 64 [Target Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Target Network No.]s.
  • Page 411 Setting  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] on necessity at Item Set value System configuration1 (Network Type: CC IE connection Control) Station Number Setting Network Range Item Set value Refer to (b) Assignment Network Type CC IE Control : Necessary : As necessary : Not necessary Network No.
  • Page 412 (c) Routing setting (2) [Controller Setting] of GT Designer3 Up to 64 [Target Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number Item Set value cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Network type CC IE Control extended mode Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of Network No.
  • Page 413: Connecting To Melsec-q/l

    11.4.3 Connecting to MELSEC-Q/L  Parameter settings (Connection to MELSEC- Q, QS series) of System configuration1  System configuration1 (Network Type: CC IE Control) (Network Type: CC IE Control) (1) [Network parameter] of GX Developer ■ GT Designer3 [Communication settings] of System (a) Network parameter configuration1 (Network Type: CC IE Control) <GOT>...
  • Page 414 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing parameter setting Up to 238 [Target Station Network No.]s can be set. However, the same target station network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 238 kinds of [Target Station Network No.]s.
  • Page 415 (2) CC IE Control Utility's [Parameter Settings]  Parameter setting (when connecting to C (a) Parameter settings Controller module (Q Series)) Use SW3PVC-CCPU-E Ver.3.05F or later for the CC IE Control utility. (1) Connection settings between personal computer and C controller module (Q Series) Setting Setting necessity at...
  • Page 416 (b) Network range assignment (c) Routing parameter setting Up to 238 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 238 kinds of [Transfer Network No.]s.
  • Page 417  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] of  Parameter settings (Connection to Universal System configuration1 (Network Type: CC IE model QCPU) of System configuration2 Control) (Network Type: Extended mode) (1) [Network parameter] of GX Works2 Item Set value (a) Network parameter Network Type CC IE Control Network No.
  • Page 418 POINT POINT POINT (1) Network type of the GOT side When the network is in the extended mode, be sure to set the network type of the GOT side to [CC IE Control extended mode]. For [Controller Setting], of GT Designer3, refer to the following.
  • Page 419: Precautions

    11.5 Precautions  GOT startup in CC-Link IE Controller Network connection  Connection to Q170MCPU For the CC-Link IE Controller Network connection, the Set [CPU No.] to "2" in the device setting to monitor the data link is started approximately 13 seconds after the device of the Motion CPU area (CPU No.2).
  • Page 420 11 - 26 11. CC-Link IE CONTROLLER NETWORK CONNECTION 11.5 Precautions...
  • Page 421 CC-Link IE FIELD NETWORK CONNECTION 12.1 Connectable Model List ......12 - 2 12.2 System Configuration ......12 - 8 12.3 GOT side settings .
  • Page 422: Cc-link Ie Field Network Connection

    12. CC-Link IE FIELD NETWORK CONNECTION 12.1 Connectable Model List 12.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU CC-Link IE MELSEC iQ-R FIELD 12.2...
  • Page 423 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU Q25HCPU Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU(Main base) Q25PRHCPU(Main base) Q12PRHCPU(Extension base) Q25PRHCPU(Extension base) MELSEC-Q Q00UJCPU (Q mode) Q00UCPU Q01UCPU Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU Q04UDHCPU Q06UDHCPU Q10UDHCPU CC-Link IE Q13UDHCPU FIELD 12.2...
  • Page 424 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q50UDEHCPU Q100UDEHCPU Q03UDVCPU MELSEC-Q Q04UDVCPU 12.2 (Q mode) Q06UDVCPU Q13UDVCPU CC-Link IE Q26UDVCPU FIELD NETWORK Q12DCCPU-V C Controller Q24DHCCPU-V/VG module 12.2 Q24DHCCPU-LS (Q Series) Q26DHCCPU-LS MELSEC-QS QS001CPU 12.2 L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-BT CC-Link IE L02CPU-P MELSEC-L...
  • Page 425 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A2USCPU A2USCPU-S1 A2USHCPU-S1 A1SCPU A1SCPUC24-R2 A1SHCPU MELSEC-A A2SCPU (AnSCPU) A2SCPU-S1 A2SHCPU A2SHCPU-S1 A1SJCPU A1SJCPU-S3 A1SJHCPU A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU Q172CPU Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU Q172DCPU Motion...
  • Page 426 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A273UCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 A373UCPU A373UCPU-S3 A171SCPU Motion A171SCPU-S3 controller A171SCPU-S3N (A Series) A171SHCPU A171SHCPUN A172SHCPU A172SHCPUN A173UHCPU A173UHCPU-S1 WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H Remote I/O QJ72LP25G station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE CC-Link IE Field Network LJ72GF15-T2 FIELD...
  • Page 427: Cc-link Ie Field Network Communication Unit

    12.1.2 CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit CPU series CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit MELSEC iQ-R Series RJ71GF11-T2 Motion controller CPU (MELSEC iQ-R Series) RJ71EN71 C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) RD77GF4, RD77GF8, RD77GF16 MELSEC-Q(Universal model) QJ71GF11-T2, QD77GF16 C Controller module (Q Series) MELSEC-L LJ71GF11-T2 MELSEC-QS...
  • Page 428: System Configuration

    Use hubs that satisfy the following conditions. • Compliance with the IEEE802.3 (1000BASE-T) • Supporting the auto MDI/MDI-X function • Supporting the auto-negotiation function • Switching hub (A repeater hub is not available.) Recommended switching hub (Mitsubishi electric products) Type Model name Industrial switching hub NZ2EHG-T8 For details, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 429: Got Side Settings

    Set the following items. 1 to 1000ms Interval station units during communication. • Manufacturer: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC (Default: 25ms) • Controller Type: Set according to the Controller Set the hold/clear of input from the Type to be connected.
  • Page 430: Routing Parameter Setting

    For details, refer to the following manual. CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual This range is effective when collecting a large amount of data (such as logging and recipe function) on other than the monitor screen. However, the range may affect the sequence scan time when connecting to Q00UJ/Q00U/Q01U/Q02UCPU.
  • Page 431: Plc Side Setting

    12.4 PLC Side Setting This section describes the settings of the GOT and CC-  Unit parameter settings of System Link IE controller network module in the following case of system configuration. configuration (Network Type: CC IE Field) (1) [Unit parameter] of GX Works3 POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 432 (b) Network Configuration Settings (c) Routing setting Up to 238 [Target Station Network No.]s can be set. However, the same target station network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 238 kinds of [Target Station Network No.]s.
  • Page 433: Connection To C Controller Module (melsec Iq-r Series)

    12.4.2 Connection to C Controller  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] of module (MELSEC iQ-R System configuration (Network Type: CC IE Series) Field) Item Set value This section describes the settings of the GOT and C Controller module (MELSEC iQ-R Series) in the following Network Type CC IE Field case of system configuration.
  • Page 434 (b) Network Configuration Settings  Unit parameter settings of System configuration (Network Type: CC IE Field) (1) [Module parameter] of CW Configurator (a) Module parameter Setting necessity Item Set value at GOT connection Start 0000 Rx/RY Station Rx/RY, setting No.1 00FF RWw/RWr Start...
  • Page 435 (c) Routing setting  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] of Up to 238 [Target Station Network No.]s can be set. System configuration (Network Type: CC IE However, the same target station network number Field) cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 238 kinds of Item...
  • Page 436: Connecting To Melsec-q/l

    12.4.3 Connecting to MELSEC-Q/L  Parameter settings (Connection to MELSEC- Q, QS series) of System configuration  System configuration (Network Type: CC IE Field) (Network Type: CC IE Field) (1) Network parameter] of GX Works2 Use GX Works2 of Version 1.31H or later. ■...
  • Page 437 (b) Network Configuration Settings (c) Routing parameter setting Up to 64 [Transfer Network No.]s can be set. However, the same transfer network number cannot be set twice or more (multiple times). Therefore, the one that can access to other station from the request source host GOT is 64 kinds of [Transfer Network No.]s.
  • Page 438  GT Designer3 [Communication settings] of System configuration (Network Type: CC IE Field) Item Set value Network Type CC IE Field Network No. 1: Network No.1 Station No. 1: Station No.1 Mode Setting Online Retry 3times (Use default value) Timeout Time 3sec (Use default value) Delay Time 0ms (Use default value)
  • Page 439: Precautions

    12.5 Precautions  GOT startup in CC-Link IE Field Network connection  Data link failure in other stations at GOT For the CC-Link IE Field Network connection, the data startup link is started approximately 15 seconds after the GOT At GOT startup, the data link failure may occur in other startup.
  • Page 440 12 - 20 12. CC-Link IE FIELD NETWORK CONNECTION 12.5 Precautions...
  • Page 441: Cc-link Connection (intelligent Device Station)

    CC-Link CONNECTION (INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION) 13.1 Connectable Model List ......13 - 2 13.2 System Configuration ......13 - 7 13.3 GOT Side Settings .
  • Page 442: Connectable Model List

    13. CC-Link CONNECTION (INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION) 13.1 Connectable Model List 13.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU The following table shows the connectable models. Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type R04CPU R08CPU R16CPU R32CPU R120CPU R08PCPU R16PCPU R32PCPU R120PCPU MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link (ID) 13.2 R04ENCPU...
  • Page 443 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type Q00JCPU Q00CPU Q01CPU Q02CPU Q02HCPU Q06HCPU Q12HCPU CC-Link(ID) Q25HCPU 13.2 Q02PHCPU Q06PHCPU Q12PHCPU Q25PHCPU Q12PRHCPU (Main base) Q25PRHCPU (Main base) Q12PRHCPU (Extension base) Q25PRHCPU (Extension base) Q00UJCPU MELSEC-Q Q00UCPU (Q mode) Q01UCPU Q02UCPU Q03UDCPU Q04UDHCPU...
  • Page 444 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type MELSEC-QS QS001CPU L02CPU L06CPU L26CPU L26CPU-B L02CPU-P MELSEC-L CC-Link(ID) 13.2.2 L06CPU-P L26CPU-P L26CPU-PBT L02SCPU L02SCPU-P Q02CPU-A MELSEC-Q Q02HCPU-A CC-Link(ID) 13.2.1 (A mode) Q06HCPU-A Q2ACPU Q2ACPU-S1 MELSEC-QnA Q3ACPU CC-Link(ID) 13.2.1 (QnACPU) Q4ACPU Q4ARCPU Q2ASCPU Q2ASCPU-S1 MELSEC-QnA...
  • Page 445 Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type A0J2HCPU A0J2HCPUP21 CC-Link(ID) 13.2.1 A0J2HCPUR21 A0J2HCPU-DC24 A2CCPU MELSEC-A A2CCPUP21 A2CCPUR21 A2CCPUC24 A2CCPUC24-PRF A2CJCPU-S3 A1FXCPU *1*2 Q172CPU *1*2 Q173CPU Q172CPUN Q173CPUN Q172HCPU Q173HCPU Q172DCPU Motion CC-Link(ID) Q173DCPU 13.2 controller Q172DCPU-S1 (Q Series) Q173DCPU-S1 Q172DSCPU Q173DSCPU Q170MCPU...
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    Communication Series Model name Clock Refer to type WS0-CPU0 MELSEC-WS WS0-CPU1 WS0-CPU3 QJ72LP25-25 MELSECNET/H Remote I/O QJ72LP25G station QJ72BR15 CC-Link IE Field Network LJ72GF15-T2 head module CC-Link IE Field Network NZ2GF-ETB Ethernet adapter module CNC C70 Q173NCCPU CC-Link(ID) 13.2 CRnQ-700 (Q172DRCPU) Robot CR750-Q (Q172DRCPU) CC-Link(ID)
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