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  • 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 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● The display section is an analog-resistive type touch panel. If you touch the display section simultaneously in 2 points or more, the switch that is located around the center of the touched point, if any, may operate. Do not touch the display section in 2 points or more simultaneously.
  • Page 5 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or removing the GOT to/from the panel. Not switching the power off in all phases can cause a unit failure or malfunction. ●...
  • Page 6 [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. ● Please make sure to ground FG terminal of the GOT power supply section by applying 100 or less which is used exclusively for the GOT.
  • Page 7 Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. ● Replace battery with GT15-BAT by Mitsubishi electric Co. only. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. ● Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 8 [DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When disposing of the product, handle it as industrial waste. ● When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (For details of the battery directive in EU member states, refer to the User's Manual of the GOT to be used.) [TOUCH PANEL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Read this manual and make sure you understand the functions and performance of the GOT thoroughly in advance to ensure correct use. CONTENTS GT16 Handy GOT User's Manual 1/2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................A - 1 INTRODUCTION ............................A - 7 CONTENTS .............................. A - 7 MANUALS...............................A - 33...
  • Page 10 8.1.1 Installing and removing of external cable ................8 - 3 9. HANDLING OF POWER WIRING AND SWITCH Internal Wiring Diagram of GT16 Handy..................9 - 3 Power Wiring ........................... 9 - 4 9.2.1 Power wiring and grounding ....................9 - 4 9.2.2...
  • Page 11 Wiring inside and outside the panel....................9 - 7 9.3.1 Wiring inside ......................... 9 - 7 9.3.2 Outside the panel ......................... 9 - 7 9.3.3 Attaching surge killers to control equipment ................. 9 - 8 Switch Wiring ........................... 9 - 9 9.4.1 Overview for switch ......................
  • Page 12 11.4.3 GOT start time ........................11 - 38 11.4.4 GOT information ....................... 11 - 40 12. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) 12.1 Communication Setting........................12 - 1 12.1.1 Communication setting functions..................12 - 1 12.1.2 Communication setting display operation ................12 - 1 12.1.3 Communication setting contents..................
  • Page 13 15. DATA CONTROL 15.1 Data Storage Location ........................15 - 1 15.1.1 Data type and the storage location ..................15 - 1 15.1.2 OS version confirmation ..................... 15 - 3 15.1.3 Capacity confirmation of the project data downloading location......... 15 - 4 15.1.4 Display file ..........................
  • Page 14 Usage Condition of Utility Function ...................App - 4 Appendix.3 Transportation Precautions ....................App - 7 Appendix.3.1 Relevant models......................App - 7 Appendix.3.2 Transportation guidelines .....................App - 7 GT16 Handy GOT User's Manual 2/2 MITSUBISHI PLC CONNECTIONS 20. DIRECT CONNECTION TO CPU 20.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 20 - 1 20.2...
  • Page 15 21.2.5 Connecting to QnACPU (QnACPU type)................21 - 8 21.2.6 Connecting to QnACPU (QnASCPU type) ................. 21 - 9 21.2.7 Connecting to ACPU (AnCPU type) ................. 21 - 10 21.2.8 Connecting to ACPU (AnSCPU type, A0J2HCPU, A2CCPUC) ........21 - 10 21.3 Connection diagram........................
  • Page 16 23. CC-Link CONNECTION (Via G4) 23.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 23 - 1 23.1.1 PLC/Motion controller CPU....................23 - 1 23.1.2 CC-Link module/peripheral module ..................23 - 3 23.2 System Configuration ........................23 - 4 23.2.1 Connecting to QCPU (Q mode) ..................23 - 4 23.2.2 Connecting to LCPU ......................
  • Page 17 24.5.12 Connecting MD-CX522-[ ][ ]K(-A0) ................... 24 - 26 24.5.13 Station number setting...................... 24 - 27 24.6 Device Range that Can Be Set....................24 - 28 24.7 Precautions..........................24 - 28 25. SERVO AMPLIFIER CONNECTION 25.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 25 - 1 25.2 System Configuration ........................
  • Page 18 27.4.2 Communication detail settings.................... 27 - 4 27.4.3 Ethernet setting........................27 - 5 27.5 CNC Side Settings ......................... 27 - 6 27.5.1 Ethernet connection......................27 - 6 27.6 Device Range that Can Be Set ...................... 27 - 8 27.7 Precautions ............................ 27 - 8 27.7.1 Direct Connection To CPU ....................
  • Page 19 30.2 System Configuration ........................30 - 2 30.3 GOT Side Settings......................... 30 - 3 30.3.1 General flow from system selection to drawing ..............30 - 3 30.3.2 Determining the connection type and channel No. (System selection) ......30 - 4 30.3.3 Determining the GOT side interface (Interface selection) ..........
  • Page 20 31.7 Precautions ..........................31 - 61 31.7.1 Precautions common to each software................31 - 61 31.7.2 When using GX Works3, GX Works2, GX Developer ............31 - 63 31.7.3 When using MT Developer, MT Works2................31 - 64 31.7.4 When using MR Configurator, MR Configurator2 ............. 31 - 65 31.7.5 When using FR Configurator ....................
  • Page 21 33.2.19 Connecting to serial communication board (CS1W-SCB21(-V1), CS1W-SCB41(-V1)) ... 33 - 19 33.2.20 Connecting to RS-422A/485 Option board ............... 33 - 20 33.2.21 Connecting to RS-422A converter ..................33 - 20 33.3 Ethernet Connection ........................33 - 21 33.3.1 System configuration ......................33 - 21 33.3.2 GOT side settings ......................
  • Page 22 36.2.1 Connecting to SU-5E, SU-6B, SU-5M or SU-6M..............36 - 2 36.2.2 Connecting to DirectLOGIC 05 or DirectLOGIC 06 series..........36 - 4 36.2.3 Connecting to D2-240, D2-250-1 or D2-260............... 36 - 6 36.2.4 Connecting to PZ ........................ 36 - 7 36.3 Connection Diagram ........................
  • Page 23 38.2 System Configuration ........................38 - 2 38.2.1 Connecting to JW-21CU or JW-22CU ................38 - 2 38.2.2 Connecting to JW-31CUH, JW-32CUH or JW-33CUH............38 - 3 38.2.3 Connecting to JW-50CUH, JW-70CUH, JW-100CUH or JW-100CU ......... 38 - 4 38.2.4 Connecting to Z-512J ......................
  • Page 24 40.2.2 Connecting to KP1000, KP2000, AL3000, AH3000, SE3000, KE3000, LE5100, LE5200, LE5300, JU series ......................40 - 3 40.2.3 Connecting to GT120 Series ....................40 - 4 40.3 Connection Diagram ........................40 - 5 40.3.1 RS-232 cable ........................40 - 5 40.3.2 RS-422 cable ........................
  • Page 25 42.4 GOT Side Settings......................... 42 - 3 42.4.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........42 - 3 42.4.2 Communication detail settings.................... 42 - 3 42.5 PLC Side Setting ........................... 42 - 4 42.5.1 Connecting to TC3, TC8 series ..................42 - 4 42.5.2 Connecting to TC6 series ....................
  • Page 26 45. CONNECTION TO HITACHI IES PLC 45.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 45 - 1 45.2 System Configuration ........................45 - 2 45.2.1 Connection to large-sized H series..................45 - 2 45.2.2 Connecting to H-200 to 252 series, H series board type or EH-150 series ......45 - 3 45.3 Connection diagram........................
  • Page 27 48. CONNECTION TO FUJI TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER 48.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 48 - 1 48.2 System Configuration ........................48 - 1 48.2.1 Connecting to PXR3, PXR4, PXR5 or PXR9..............48 - 1 48.2.2 Connecting to PXG4, PXG5, PXG9 or PXH9 ..............48 - 2 48.3 Connection diagram........................
  • Page 28 50.2 Serial Connection .......................... 50 - 2 50.2.1 System configuration for connecting to FA-M3/M3V ............50 - 2 50.2.2 System configuration for connecting to FA500 ..............50 - 4 50.2.3 System configuration for connecting to STARDOM............50 - 4 50.2.4 Connection diagram......................
  • Page 29 52.2 System Configuration ........................52 - 3 52.2.1 Connecting to DMC10 ......................52 - 3 52.2.2 Connecting to DMC50 ......................52 - 3 52.2.3 Connecting to SDC15, SDC25/26 or SDC35/36 ..............52 - 4 52.2.4 Connecting to SDC20/21 ....................52 - 5 52.2.5 Connecting to SDC30/31 ....................
  • Page 30 53.2.7 Connecting to PF900/901, HA400/401, HA900/901, RMC500, MA900/MA901, AG500, THV-A1, SA100/200 ......................53 - 8 53.2.8 Connecting to SRX ......................53 - 9 53.2.9 Connecting to SB series (SB1) ..................53 - 10 53.2.10 Connecting to B400 ......................53 - 10 53.3 Connection diagram........................
  • Page 31 55. CONNECTION TO GE PLC 55.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 55 - 1 55.2 System Configuration ........................55 - 2 55.2.1 Connecting to Series90-30 ....................55 - 2 55.2.2 Connecting to Series90-70 ....................55 - 4 55.2.3 Connecting to VersaMax Micro ..................55 - 5 55.3 Connection Diagram ........................
  • Page 32 57.5 Device Range that Can Be Set ...................... 57 - 3 58. CONNECTION TO SIEMENS PLC 58.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 58 - 1 58.2 Serial Connection .......................... 58 - 1 58.2.1 System configuration for connecting to SIMATIC S7-300/400 series......... 58 - 1 58.2.2 System configuration for connecting to SIMATIC S7-200 ..........
  • Page 33 61.6 GOT Side Settings........................61 - 65 61.6.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........61 - 65 61.6.2 Communication detail settings..................61 - 65 61.7 System Configuration Examples....................61 - 67 61.8 Device Range that Can Be Set....................61 - 70 61.9 Precautions..........................
  • Page 34 63.6 Precautions ............................ 63 - 8 64. MODBUS(R)/TCP CONNECTION 64.1 Connectable Model List ......................... 64 - 1 64.2 System Configuration ........................64 - 1 64.2.1 Connecting to MODBUS/TCP equipment................64 - 1 64.3 GOT Side Settings ......................... 64 - 2 64.3.1 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)..........
  • Page 35 MANUALS The following table lists the manual relevant to this product. Refer to each manual for any purpose. Manual Number Manual Name Packaging (Model code) GT Works3 Version1 Installation Procedure Manual Enclosed in product SH-080866ENG GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) 1/2, 2/2 Stored in CD-ROM (1D7MB9) SH-080867ENG...
  • Page 36 GT1662-VN Abbreviation of GT1662-VNBA, GT1662-VNBD GT1655 GT1655-V Abbreviation of GT1655-VTBD GT1655, GT16 Abbreviation of GT1695, GT1685, GT1675, GT1672, GT1665, GT1662, GT16 Handy GOT GT1595 GT1595-X Abbreviation of GT1595-XTBA, GT1595-XTBD GT1585V-S Abbreviation of GT1585V-STBA, GT1585V-STBD GT1585 GT1585-S Abbreviation of GT1585-STBA, GT1585-STBD...
  • Page 37 Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT16 GT1665HS-V Handy 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 38 GT16-UCOV, GT16-50UCOV, GT15-UCOV, GT14-50UCOV, GT11-50UCOV Stand GT15-90STAND, GT15-80STAND, GT15-70STAND, A9GT-50STAND, GT05-50STAND GT15-70ATT-98, GT15-70ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-97, GT15-60ATT-96, Attachment GT15-60ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-77, GT15-50ATT-95W, GT15-50ATT-85 GT16-90XLTT, GT16-80SLTT, GT16-70SLTT, GT16-70VLTT, GT16-70VLTTA, GT16-70VLTN, Backlight GT16-60SLTT, GT16-60VLTT, GT16-60VLTN, GT15-90XLTT, GT15-80SLTT, GT15-70SLTT, GT15-70VLTT, GT15-70VLTN, GT15-60VLTT, GT15-60VLTN Multi-color display board GT15-XHNB, GT15-VHNB...
  • Page 39  Software Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT Works3 Abbreviation of the SW DNC-GTWK3-E and SW DNC-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 40  Others Abbreviations and generic terms Description Abbreviation of IAI Corporation AZBIL Abbreviation of Azbil Corporation (former Yamatake Corporation) OMRON Abbreviation of OMRON Corporation KEYENCE Abbreviation of KEYENCE CORPORATION KOYO EI Abbreviation of KOYO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. SHARP Abbreviation of Sharp Manufacturing Systems Corporation JTEKT Abbreviation of JTEKT Corporation SHINKO...
  • Page 41 HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL  Symbols Following symbols are used in this manual. Following GOT is shown. Shows GT16 Handy. Connection cable Number of Connector Total Commun connectable External cable RS-422 connector distance conversion box Model name Cable model...
  • Page 42 System Configuration Examples the user. Refer to the connection diagram (When connecting the PLC [MELSEC-Q] and GT16 Handy, with RS-422 cable) section in each chapter. 1) Connect the RS-422 conversion cable[FA-CNV2405CBL]to the [MELSEC-Q]. 2) [GT16 Handy] and Connector conversion box [GT16H-CNB-42S] are connected with External cable [GT16-C100-42P].
  • Page 43 OVERVIEW  Handy GOT The Handy GOT (hereinafter abbreviated as GOT) is used as an operation terminal in connection with the controllers such as MELSEC-FX, Q series or third party PLCs. It is an all-in-one operation terminal that is equipped with the display unit with touch switches integrated with the mechanical keys (operation switches) for inputting a command to a machine.
  • Page 44 1.1 Features  Display unit The TFT color LCD with high intensity, wide viewing angle and high definition is adopted as the display unit. Monitoring for turning ON/OFF bit devices of a PLC, forced turning ON/OFF the bit devices of a PLC, monitoring the word device set value/current value and changing that numeric values are easily made.
  • Page 45: Rough Procedure

    1.1.1 Rough procedure The outline procedures before operating GOT and the descriptions of each item are shown below. Refer to GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual Install GT Designer3 in the PC. (Fundamentals). Refer to GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual Create project data.
  • Page 46 1 - 4 1. OVERVIEW 1.1 Features...
  • Page 47: Overall Configuration

    Protective sheet CF card Connector conversion box Drawing PC Commercially available Memory card CF card Memory card adaptor The GT16 Handy cannot be connected to a bar code reader or a printer. 2 - 1 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Overall Configuration...
  • Page 48: System Equipment

    G T * * H - * * * * * * 60 : Dedicated for 6.5" H : For Handy GOT 16 : Dedicated for GT16 15 : Dedicated for GT15 11 : Dedicated for GT11 10 : Dedicated for GT10...
  • Page 49: Option

    The following products are the accessories of the GOT main unit. Sheets for operation switch name characters (one for each of OHP and reference dimensions sheet) Two keys for selector switch GT16 Handy GOT General Description (describes product outline, specifications, external dimensions, etc.) 2.2.2 OPTION...
  • Page 50 Connection cables for OMRON PLCs (Sold separately) Product Cable Model name Description name length GT09-C30R40101-9P For connecting Connector Conversion Box to OMRON PLC, serial communication module, serial communication board GT09-C100R40101-9P GT09-C30R40103-5T RS-422 cable For connecting Connector Conversion Box to serial communication board GT09-C100R40103-5T GT09-C30R40102-9P For connecting Connector Conversion Box to OMRON rack type host link unit,...
  • Page 51 Connection cables for HITACHI PLCs (Sold separately) Product Cable Model name Description name length RS-232 GT09-C30R21301-9S For connecting Connector Conversion Box to HITACHI communication module cable GT09-C30R41301-9S RS-422 For connecting Connector Conversion Box to HITACHI PLC cable GT09-C100R41301-9S Connection cables for HITACHI IES PLCs (Sold separately) Product Cable Model name...
  • Page 52 Connection cables for YOKOGAWA PLCs (Sold separately) Product Cable Model name Description name length GT09-C30R40301-6T GT09-C100R40301-6T For connecting Connector Conversion Box to YOKOGAWA PC link module GT09-C30R40302-6T GT09-C100R40302-6T RS-422 cable GT09-C30R40303-6T GT09-C100R40303-6T For connecting Connector Conversion Box to YOKOGAWA temperature controller GT09-C30R40304-6T GT09-C100R40304-6T For connecting Connector Conversion Box to YOKOGAWA CPU port/D-Sub 9-pin...
  • Page 53 USB memory (Sold separately) Product name Model name Contents USB memory Commercially-available USB memory Some models with the operations checked by our company are usable. For the operation-checked models, refer to "List of valid devices applicable for GOT1000 series" (GOT-A-0010) separately available, or contact your local distributor.
  • Page 54 2 - 8 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 System Equipment...
  • Page 55: General Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS 3.1 General Specifications Item Specifications Display section 0 to 40 Operating ambient Other than temperature 0 to 40 display section Storage ambient temperature -20 to 60 Operating ambient humidity 10 to 90% RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity 10 to 90% RH, non-condensing Half- Frequency Acceleration...
  • Page 56: Performance Specifications

    3.2 Performance Specifications The performance specifications are as follows. Item Specifications Type TFT color liquid crystal display (High intensity and wide angle view) Screen size 6.5" Resolution 480 dots Display size W132.5(5.22) H99.4(3.91)[mm](inch) 16-dot standard font: 80 characters 30 lines, Display Display character 12-dot standard font: 106 characters...
  • Page 57 (Excluding projections such as the 201(7.91)(W)×230(9.06)(H)×97(3.82)(D)[mm](inch) emergency stop switch) Weight Approx. 1.2kg (GT16 Handy main unit only) Compatible software package Version1.14Q or later (GT Designer3 version) Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics. It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
  • Page 58: Power Supply Specifications

    3.3 Power Supply Specifications Item Specifications Input power supply voltage DC24V(+10% -15%) Power consumption 11.6W (480mA/24VDC) or less At backlight off 8.2W (340mA/24VDC) or less Inrush current 30A or less (maximum load) 2ms Permissible instantaneous Within 5ms power failure time Noise immunity Noise voltage: 1000Vp-p, Noise width: 1 s (by noise simulator of 30 to 100Hz noise frequency) Dielectric withstand voltage...
  • Page 59: Battery Specifications

    3.4 Battery specifications  Battery specifications The following describes the battery specifications for the GT16 Handy. Item Specifications Type Magnesium manganese dioxide lithium primary battery Initial voltage 3.0V Nominal current 1800mAh Storage life Approx.5 years (Operating ambient temperature of 25 ) Total power stoppage time This section■Battery life...
  • Page 60 3 - 6 3. SPECIFICATIONS 3.4 Battery specifications...
  • Page 61: Front Panel

    PARTS NAME 4.1 Front Panel 4.1.1 Name and specifications (1)(2) Operation switch name sheet (prepared by the user) installation example (6) (7) Name Specifications Display section Displays the utility screen and the user creation screen. Touch panel For touch switch operation on the utility screen and the user creation screen. Operation switch (6 switches) Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Operation switch name sheet...
  • Page 62: Back Panel

    4.2 Back Panel 4.2.1 Name and specifications Environmental protection back cover closed Environmental protection back cover opened (10) (11)(12) (13) Terminating resistor setting switch enlarged view ON side Switch No. Terminating resistor Enable Disable Set to “Disable” before shipping OFF side Name Specifications For external cable connection (for PLC, switch and power supply external wiring) (connector: square 42 pins,...
  • Page 63: Opening And Closing Of Environmental Protection Back Cover

    4.2.3 Changing the grip angle The grip angle can be changed in GT16 Handy. Loosen the five grip angle changing screws on the back surface. Do not loosen or remove the screws marked with * (two screws).
  • Page 64: Top Face (interface)

    4.3 Top Face (Interface) 4.3.1 Names and specifications  Interface environmental protection cover closed  Interface environmental protection cover opened (11) (10) LED2 LED1 (12) Name Specifications Emergency stop switch guard Threaded hole for mounting the GT16H-60ESCOV type emergency stop switch guard (option) (M3) cover installing hole Interface environmental protection Opened and closed when using the USB port, S.MODE switch and reset switch, as well as when inserting...
  • Page 65: Ul, Cul Standards

    Directives and put a "CE mark" on their products. • This product is designed for use in industrial applications. • Authorized Representative in the European Community: Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany 5 - 1 5.
  • Page 66: Requirements To Meet Emc Directive

    5.2.1 Requirements to Meet EMC Directive EMC Directives are those which require "any strong electromagnetic force is not output to the external.:Emission (electromagnetic interference)" and "It is not influenced by the electromagnetic wave from the external.: Immunity (electromagnetic sensitivity)". Items  EMC directive thru  Grounding summarize the precautions to use GOT and configure the mechanical unit in order to match the EMC directives.
  • Page 67 Control panel Make sure to combine the GT16 Handy GOT with the Connector Conversion Box to comply with the EMC directive. The Connector conversion box is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must be installed in a conductive control panel.
  • Page 68: Emc Directive-compliant System Configuration

    POINT POINT POINT (1) System configuration GT16 Handy conforms to the EMC Directive only when used in the connection type above, via connector conversion box. (2) Connected devices If connecting to the PLC or microcomputer other than Mitsubishi products (MELSEC-Q series, MELSEC-L series, MELSEC-QnA , MELSEC-A series or MELSEC-FX series) please refer to the EMC Directive compliance manual for that specific device.
  • Page 69  About the cable used Any device which utilizes a data communication function is susceptible to the wider effects of local EMC noise. Therefore, when installing any communication cables care should always be taken with the routing and location of those cables.
  • Page 70: Precautions For Wiring/connecting The Emc Directive-compliant Product

    5.2.3 Precautions for Wiring/Connecting the EMC Directive-Compliant Product Wire and connect GOT1000 series equipments as instructed below. If the GOT1000 series equipments are configured in a way different from the following instructions, the system may not comply with EMC directives. ...
  • Page 71 POINT POINT POINT Configure the system to meet the EMC Directive specifications for the connected device when connecting the GOT to a controller. The following gives the instructions to ensure the machinery comply with the EMC Directive. However, the manufacturer of the machinery must finally determine how to make it comply with the EMC Directives: if it is actually compliant with the EMC Directives.
  • Page 72 5 - 8 5. UL, cUL STANDARDS AND EMC DIRECTIVE 5.2 EMC Directive...
  • Page 73: Applicable Cf Card

    HD G MAC. ADD. 12. 34. 56. 78 .90. 12 MAC. ADD. 12. 34. 56. 78 .90. 12 Rating plate: HD BootOS BootOS MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Version Version MADE IN JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN 6 - 1 6.
  • Page 74: Installing And Removing Procedures Of The Cf Card

    6.1.2 Installing and removing procedures of the CF card Install/remove the CF card with the power supply of GOT is OFF or CF card access switch is "OFF".  Installing Open the interface environmental protection cover in the arrow-pointing direction. Front Set the CF card access switch of the GOT to "OFF", and make sure that the CF card access...
  • Page 75  Removing Open the interface environmental protection cover in the arrow-pointing direction. Front Set the CF card access switch of the GOT to "OFF." Make sure that the CF card access LED Interface environmental turns off. protection cover When the CF card access LED turns off, the CF card can be installed or removed even during the GOT power on.
  • Page 76: Memory Card Adaptor

    6.2 Memory Card Adaptor The memory card adaptor is used to convert the CF card into the memory card (Type II). Install the memory card adaptor to a PC equipped with a PCMCIA interface, to write the OS or project data on the CF card from the PC or load alarm history data from the CF card to the PC.
  • Page 77: Battery

    6.4 Battery The battery backs up clock data and data stored in the built-in RAM (D drive) including maintenance report, and system log data. A battery is installed to Handy GOT when Handy GOT is shipped from the factory. 6.4.1 Applicable battery The following battery is applicable for Handy GOT.
  • Page 78: Protective Sheet

    6.5 Protective Sheet The protective sheet is used to protect the operation surface from damage or dirt when the touch key of GOT display section is operated. For the Handy GOT, the protective sheet is attached for transportation. (It is different from the one described in this chapter.) 6.5.1 Applicable protective sheet Product name...
  • Page 79: Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover

    6.6 Emergency Stop Switch Guard Cover The emergency stop SW guard cover is attached to prevent the emergency stop SW from being operated incorrectly. 6.6.1 Applicable emergency stop SW guard cover The following emergency stop SW guard cover is applicable for the Handy GOT. Product name Model Contents...
  • Page 80: Connector Conversion Box

    6.7 Connector Conversion Box The Connector Conversion Box is used to connect with the external connection devices such as PLC. 6.7.1 Applicable Connector Conversion Box The following Connector Conversion Box is applicable for the GT16 Handy. Product name Model Contents...
  • Page 81 Connects the external connection device via Ethernet with using a LAN cable. connector (Ethernet: RJ-45 module jack) Rotary switch (U) Sets the ID number of GT16-CNB-42S. Sets one ID number with using both rotary switches (U) and (L). Rotary switch (L) Enables the recognition function of ID number (ON=Valid, OFF=Invalid).
  • Page 82  External dimensions (GT16H-CNB-42S) 56 (2.21 " ) 55 (2.17 " ) 110 (4.34 " ) about 65 (2.56 " ) about 130 (5.12 " ) * Space required for connecting the cable Unit: mm (inch) External cable connected 6 - 10 6.
  • Page 83  Installation (GT16H-CNB-42S) The Connector Conversion Box can be installed on the panel face directly or on the DIN rail. (1) Mounting on the panel face (When setting the connector for Handy GOT connection and the power supply switch on the panel surface) (a) Direct mounting on the panel face Drill a mounting slot of the Drill 4- 5±0.5 (0.2 "...
  • Page 84 (2) Mounting on the panel face (When installing the Connector Conversion Box on the panel surface) (a) Direct mounting on the panel face Drill a mounting slot of the following size on the panel face. (b) Mounting on the panel face Install the Connector Conversion Box on the panel face (mounting surface).
  • Page 85  Connector conversion adapter installation Installing the connector conversion adapter and the flange is required to connect the RS-485 unfastened cable with the connector conversion adapter. (1) Installation of the connector conversion adapter GT10-9PT5S (sold separately) and the flange (packed together with the Connector Conversion Box) Install to the adapter and the flange with two screws which are packed together with the connector conversion adapter.
  • Page 86  Wiring to the connector and the terminal block (1) Pin assignment and signal names The 42-pin connector of the external cable is converted to the PLC connection connector (D-sub 9pin, module jack) and the following terminal block. Terminal block 1) #4-40UNC (Inch screw thread) External device...
  • Page 87 (c) Terminal block 1) , 2) Terminal block 1) (Terminal block for power supply and emergency stop switch) Terminal block 2) (Terminal block for Handy GOT operation switches, grip switch, keylock switch) GT16H-CNB-42S GT16H-CNB-42S Terminal block 1) Application Terminal block 2) Application Terminal No.
  • Page 88 (2) Wiring to the terminal block Terminal screws are M3. Wire as described below. Do not tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque. Doing so can cause a failure or malfunction. Terminal Solderless Terminal Solderless screw terminal screw terminal 6.2mm or less 6.2mm...
  • Page 89 ID recognition function When connecting with controllers such as PLC via Ethernet, GT16 Handy can acquire ID number which is set by the rotary switch of the Conversion Box of the connection target. ID number can be used as information for switching the station number.
  • Page 90 (1) Setting the ID number Set the ID number with the rotary switch of the Connector Conversion Box. Setting range is 0 to 255 (FF Set the second digit of the hexadecimal with "U", and the first digit of the hexadecimal with "L". After setting the ID number, turn the ID number valid/invalid selection switch to valid (ON).
  • Page 91 HINT HINT HINT Example of the station No. switching setting procedure using the ID recognition function of the connector conversion box. The following shows an example of the station No. switching setting procedure using the ID recognition function of the connector conversion box. Here, an example to set the station No. switching device value using the status observation function is explained.
  • Page 92 Make the MODBUS/RTU communication settings using RS232 to connect the GOT to the connector conversion box. • Ethernet setting Set all PLCs which the GOT may be connected to via Ethernet. Here, an example when [N/W No.] is fixed to 1 is explained. •...
  • Page 93 Set the status observation function. • Operation trigger setting Set the GOT internal device GB40 (always ON during the GOT operation) as the conditional trigger of the status observation function. (1) If [Common] [Status Observation...] from the menu is selected, the Status Observation dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 94 • Operation setting Store the rotary switch value into the station No. switching device (GD500). The station No. switching device value is an unsigned 16bits data where the upper 8bits are the network No. and the lower 8bits are the PC No. (1) Set [Data Set 16bit] to [Action] and [Unsigned BIN] to [Data] in the Action tab.
  • Page 95 (7) Tick the check box of [Fixed] and enter "256". In this example, since N/W No. is fixed to 1, "256" is entered. For fixed values, enter the value of "256 N/W No.". Click the [OK] button when entering is completed. (8) After checking that both Trigger and Action are set, click the [OK] button.
  • Page 96 Set the project data to use the station No. switching. When [Screen] [Screen Property...] is selected, the Screen Property dialog box is displayed. Tick the check box of [Switch Station No.] in the [Basic] tab. Perform this operation in all screens where the station No. is switched. Place objects on the screen.
  • Page 97: Connector Conversion Box (gt16h-cnb-37s)

    6.7.3 Connector Conversion Box (GT16H-CNB-37S)  Part name and External dimensions Terminal block cover opened 82 (3.22") 37.5 (1.47") Weight: Approx. 0.2kg Unit: mm (inch) Name Specification Connector for Handy GOT (D-Sub, 37pin, female type) Connects a Handy GOT through an external connection cable. connector model name: 17JE-13370-37(D23A)-FA (DDK) or equivalent Supplies the power to the Handy GOT.
  • Page 98  Installation (GT16H-CNB-37S) The Connector Conversion Box can be installed on the panel face directly or with mounting bracket offered as an accessory. (1) Direct mounting on the panel face Drill a mounting slot of the following size on the panel face. 18 (0.7") 28 (1.1") 18 (0.7")
  • Page 99  Installation with the mounting fixtures (1) Installing the mounting fixtures Install the supplied mounting fixtures to the connector conversion box. Tighten the mounting screws within the specified torque range. Tightening torque 0.49 to 0.68 N•m Mounting bracket (accessory) Mounting screw (accessory) M3×3 (2) Installing on the panel face Install the connector conversion box on the panel face (mounting surface).
  • Page 100  Pin layout and signal names of the connector and the terminal block The D-Sub 37pin connector of the external cable is converted to the PLC connection connector (module jack) and the following terminal block. Terminal block 2) Terminal block 1) M2.6(Metric screw thread) External connection device communication connector...
  • Page 101 (1) Terminal block 1), 2) Terminal block 2) (Terminal block for emargency stop switch and selector switch) Terminal block 1) (Terminal block for power supply and Handy GOT operation switch) GT16H-CNB-37S GT16H-C -37PE Connector for the Handy GOT connection Application Terminal block D-Sub 37pin Signal name...
  • Page 102 6 - 30 6. OPTION 6.7 Connector Conversion Box...
  • Page 103: Installing Procedure

    INSTALLATION [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or removing the GOT to/from the panel. Always turn off the power ON/OFF switch on the connector conversion box before connecting or disconnecting the GOT to it.
  • Page 104: Hanging On A Wall

    7.1.2 Hanging on a wall When operating the Handy GOT with hanging on a wall, use the hook for hanging on a wall on the back. Hook for hanging on walls Load (approx. 1.5 to 5 kg) is applied to the wall depending on the weight of the GOT (approx. 1.2kg) main unit and the length of the connection cable.
  • Page 105: Installing To/removing From Panel

    7.1.4 Installing to/removing from panel  Installing the Connector Conversion Box (GT16H-CNB-42S) on the panel (1) Overview The following describes the panel processing when the GOT is installed or removed by attaching a Connector Conversion Box to the control panel or operation panel. Handy GOT Control panel or operation panel...
  • Page 106 7 - 4 7. INSTALLATION 7.1 Installing Procedure...
  • Page 107: Overview Of Communication Cable

    COMMUNICATION CABLE 8.1 Overview of Communication Cable The following communication cables are available. Wiring of power supply, Controller Connector Conversion Box Handy GOT emergency stop switch, operation switch, etc. Communication with PLC, External cable PLC connection cable temperature controller, inverter, servo amplifier, etc. •...
  • Page 108 POINT POINT POINT Selection of RS-232 connection and RS-422/485 connection The Handy GOT can be connected to a controller with either of RS-232 or RS-422/485 connection. The selection of RS-232 connection and RS-422/485 connection is made using the cable connector for PLC communication in the environmental protection back cover.
  • Page 109: Installing And Removing Of External Cable

    8.1.1 Installing and removing of external cable  Installation procedure of external cable Check that the 24VDC power to the external cable is OFF. Insert the connector adjusting the triangle marks of the main unit side connector and cable side connector. After inserting the connector, push the lock lever.
  • Page 110 8 - 4 8. COMMUNICATION CABLE 8.1 Overview of Communication Cable...
  • Page 111 HANDLING OF POWER WIRING AND SWITCH [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING Make sure to attach the back cover to the Handy GOT before turning on the power and starting operation after the installation or wiring work. Otherwise, electrical shock may be caused. Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring.
  • Page 112 POINT POINT POINT General preventive measures against noise There are two kinds of noises: Radiated noise that is transmitted into the air and Conductive noise that is directly transmitted along connected lines. Countermeasures must be taken considering both kinds of noises and referring to the following 3 points. (1) Protecting against noise (a) Keep signal lines away from noise sources such as a power cable or a highpower drive circuit.
  • Page 113: Internal Wiring Diagram Of Gt16 Handy

    9.1 Internal Wiring Diagram of GT16 Handy Each switch is wired inside the GT16 Handy as shown in the following diagram. Display unit DC24V+ Power supply Display LED DC24G Display circuit SW1 LED Display section SW2 LED SW-COM Touch panel...
  • Page 114: Power Wiring

    9.2 Power Wiring 9.2.1 Power wiring and grounding GOT power is supplied from the external power. In addition, the following table shows the input power supply voltage and the consumed current. Specifications Item GT1665HS-VTBD Input power supply voltage 24VDC(+10% -15%) Power consumption 11.6W or less (480mA/24VDC) At backlight off...
  • Page 115: The Cause Of Malfunctions Related Wiring/remedy

    9.2.2 The cause of malfunctions related wiring/Remedy Grounding of the GOT may cause electric potential difference and noise interference, which may result in GOT malfunctions. These problems may be resolved by taking the following measures.  Wiring path of the GOT's ground cable and power line Bundling the GOT's ground cable and power line together can cause interference noise, which may result in malfunctions.
  • Page 116 • Remedy 1 (Refer to the figures Remedy 1-1 and 1-2 below.) If the electric potential difference between the ground cable and the panel that houses the GOT is creating problems, connect the ground cable to the panel also. If the wiring method as shown in Remedy 1-1 is not feasible, follow Remedy 1-2. Connector Connector conversion box...
  • Page 117: Wiring Inside And Outside The Panel

    9.3 Wiring inside and outside the panel 9.3.1 Wiring inside Run power lines, servo amplifier drive wires, and communication cables so that they do not cross each other. Noise interference that is generated by cables that cross each other may cause malfunctions. Surge suppressors are an effective way to filter out surge noise that is generated from no fuse breakers (NFB), electromagnetic contactors (MC), relays (RA), solenoid valves, and induction motors.
  • Page 118: Attaching Surge Killers To Control Equipment

    9.3.3 Attaching surge killers to control equipment If communication errors happen in synch with the on/off signals from certain control equipment (referred to as "load" hereafter) such as no fuse breakers, electromagnetic contactors, relays, solenoid valves, and induction motors, surge noise interference is suspected.
  • Page 119: Switch Wiring

    9.4 Switch Wiring 9.4.1 Overview for switch Operation switch display LED Grip switch display LED Name Abbreviations Specifications Operation switch (6 switches) SW1 to SW6 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Emergency stop switch ES-1,ES-2,ES-3 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact) Grip switch DSW-1,DSW-2 Switch for external direct wiring (independent contact)
  • Page 120: Switch Wiring Example

    ES3B ES3B For setting emergency stop For avoiding emergency stop status when GT16 Handy is status when GT16 Handy is removed removed The internal contact is closed when the power switch of the connector conversion box is turned OFF or the Connector Conversion Box is not supplied with the power (POWER LED turns off.)
  • Page 121 ES3B ES3B For setting emergency stop For avoiding emergency stop status when GT16 Handy is status when GT16 Handy is removed removed The internal contact is closed when the power switch of the connector conversion box is turned OFF or the Connector Conversion Box is not supplied with the power (POWER LED turns off.)
  • Page 122: Operation Switch Wiring

    9.4.3 Operation switch wiring The operation switch is connected to the PLC through an external cable and the Connector Conversion Box.  Connection example Connector GT16 Handy conversion box Terminal block 2) SW-COM  Pin layout Terminal No. Model name...
  • Page 123: Led Setting Of Operation Switch

    9.4.5 LED setting of operation switch For operation check, the green LED is attached to the six operation switches (SW1 to SW6). Each LED is related to the bit 0 to bit 5 of the word device. The LED is lit when the bit value is 1, and not lit when it is 0. ...
  • Page 124  Drawing software settings The read device of the system information is set by the screen editor software as follows. Select [GOT Environmental Setting] of [Common] to open the [System Information...] window. Tick the check box of [Use System Information]. Set the read device.
  • Page 125: Operation Switch Name Sheet Creation

    9.4.6 Operation switch name sheet creation This section describes the operation switch name sheet creation.  Creating the name sheet Prepare the name sheet board and OHP sheet (transparent and colorless sheet) included in this product. Write a original switch name for the user on the name sheet board. Create the name sheet in the following dimensions.
  • Page 126: Emergency Stop Switch Wiring

    When turning ON/OFF the external device power, set the load up to 24VDC/1A (contact specification). • For the emergency stop circuit, be sure to configurate the circuit outside the PLC. Connector Connector GT16 Handy GT16 Handy conversion box conversion box...
  • Page 127 (2) When avoiding to set the Connector Conversion Box to the emergency stop state while Handy GOT is removed Connector conversion box GT16 Handy Terminal block 1) Used as control signals of external ES-1 ES1A device power ON/OFF ES1B Internal contact...
  • Page 128: Grip Switch

    9.4.9 Grip switch wiring The grip switch is a switch with two circuits of the above 3-position system a contact.  Connection example Connector GT16 Handy conversion box Terminal block 2) Used as input signals of PLC DSW-1 Used as control...
  • Page 129: Led Settings Of Grip Switch

    The keylock switch (2-position SW) is used with wiring to the input of PLC  Connection example The following describes the connection example when the notch of the switch is set to the left. Connector conversion box Terminal GT16 Handy Notch of block 2) the switch is set to the left KSW-C KSW-1 KSW-2 Set the load up to 24VDC/1A (contact specification) for each contact.
  • Page 130 9 - 20 9. HANDLING OF POWER WIRING AND SWITCH 9.4 Switch Wiring...
  • Page 131: Utility Execution

    10. UTILITY FUNCTION Utility is a function, which carries out connection of GOT and controller, screen display and operation method settings, program/data control and self-check etc. Refer to the following for the utility function list. 10.2 Utility Function List 10.1 Utility Execution For utility execution, utility has to be displayed by installing BootOS and standard monitor OS in the C drive (built in flash memory).
  • Page 132: Utility Function List

    Displaying the screen for cleaning the display 11.1.3 Video/RGB setting GOT main unit setup Multimedia setting These functions are not available for GT16 Handy. License management Setting the GOT operation when a device with the same IP address as Behavior of duplicate IPs 11.1.4 that of the GOT is added to the network afterwards.
  • Page 133 Item Functions overview Reference MELSEC-L troubleshooting Monitor screens 1 Log viewer 13.1 Motion SFC monitor Monitor screens 2 Motion program (SV43) editor Setting the data storage location for the MELSEC-Q/L/QnA ladder monitor Q/L/QnA ladder monitor 13.2.1 function Setting the storage locations for backup data and backup settings, and 13.2.2 Debug setting setting the maximum number of backup data...
  • Page 134: Utility Function

    Operator information passwords, setting the automatic logout time, password expiration date 15.2.7 and external authentication ID Fingerprint information These functions are not available for GT16 Handy. OS information Installing or uploading OS, displaying OS property, checking OS data 15.3.1 OS/project...
  • Page 135: Utility Display

    10.3 Utility Display To display setting screens for each utility, the main menu has to be displayed first. (1) Main menu The menu items that can be set at the GOT utility are displayed. Touching a menu item in the main menu will display the setting screen or following selection screen for the item. (2) System message switch button This button switches the language used for the utility or system alarms.
  • Page 136 POINT POINT POINT When starting the GOT without selecting any language or the selected language and the installed fonts are not matched The following screen will be displayed. Touching the button of a desired language restarts the GOT and the language is switched to the selected one. HINT HINT HINT...
  • Page 137: Display Operation Of Main Menu

    10.3.1 Display operation of main menu The following four types of operation can display the main menu. (Display the main menu after installing the basic OS from GT Designer3 to the GOT built in flash memory.) (1) When project data is undownloaded If the power supply of GOT turns ON, the main menu is displayed automatically after title display.
  • Page 138: Main Menu

    (3) When touching special function switch (utility) If you touch the special function switch (utility) while user-created screen is displayed, the main menu is displayed. The special function switch (utility) can be set as a touch switch that is displayed on a user-created screen by GT Designer3.
  • Page 139: Utility Basic Configuration

    10.3.2 Utility basic configuration The basic configuration of utility is as follows. Title display Close/Return button Scroll button Screen (1) Title display The screen title name is displayed in title display part. As the screen is composed of multiple layers, the title including these layers is displayed. Title display Title display (2) Close/Return button...
  • Page 140: Basic Operation Of Settings Change

    10.3.3 Basic operation of settings change  Change of setting value Close/Return button Setting item Select button (1) Setting item, select button Touch the select button to change the settings. The setting methods differ depending on the setting items. The following types of setting method are available. (a) Switch the setting value.
  • Page 141  Keyboard operation Touch the numerical value to be changed. Keyboard for numerical input is displayed and cursor is displayed simultaneously. The key board display position changes by the position of numerical value touched. (At the time of numerical input, displayed in the position which will not interrupt the inputting.) Cursor Keyboard Input numeric with keyboard.
  • Page 142 10 - 12 10. UTILITY FUNCTION 10.3 Utility Display...
  • Page 143: Got Main Unit Function Settings

    Cleaning the display section 11-6 Video/RGB Setting These functions are not available for GT16 Handy. Multimedia setting Setting the GOT operation when a device with the same IP address as that of the GOT is added to the network Behavior of duplicate IPs 11-8 afterwards.
  • Page 144: Operation Of Time Setting

     Display operation of time setting Main menu Time setting 10.3 Utility Display) Touch Time setting Set the [Time setting] and Clock setting  Operation of time setting (1) Time setting Setup the method to adjust the time between GOT data and the clock data of controller connected to the GOT. Setting Description Adjust the time of GOT clock data to the clock data of controller.
  • Page 145 If touch the setup item, the setup contents is changed. Adjust Broadcast Adjust/Broadcast None If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 146 (2) Clock display Carry out the display and setting of GOT clock data. The setup methods of clock data are shown below. If touch the clock display section, the keyboard for input is displayed and the clock update stops. Input time with the keyboard by referring to the table below.
  • Page 147: Transparent Setting (transparent Mode Setting)

    11.1.2 Transparent setting (Transparent mode setting)  Function of the transparent mode When using the multi-channel function, the channel No. of a controller to which the FA transparent function is executed can be specified. For the multi-channel function and FA transparent function, refer to the following. 30.
  • Page 148: Cleaning Of Display Section (clean)

    11.1.3 Cleaning of display section (Clean) In utility, the screen can be set as not to be effected by touching the screen when clean with clothes. Refer to the below for the cleaning procedure. 18.3 Cleaning Method  Display operation of Clean Main menu GOT main unit setup GOT setup...
  • Page 149  Operation of Clean After cleaning the screen, touch the screen following the instruction displayed. After touching the screen, the screen returns to the Main Menu. The following screen is displayed. 11 - 7 11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) 11.1 GOT Main Unit Function Settings...
  • Page 150: Behavior Of Duplicate Ips

    11.1.4 Behavior of duplicate IPs  Setting function for Behavior of duplicate IPs The GOT operation can be set when a device with the same IP address as that of the GOT is added to the network afterwards. Items Description Setting range Maintain a network connection(rec) The GOT operation can be set when a device with the same IP address as...
  • Page 151  Display operation of Behavior of duplicate IPs Main menu GOT setup GOT main unit setup 10.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [GOT setup] [GOT main unit setup] Touch [Behavior of duplicate IPs] Behavior of duplicate IPs  Setting operation for Behavior of duplicate IPs If touch the setup item, the setup contents is changed.
  • Page 152 POINT POINT POINT (1) Precautions for selecting [Do not maintain a network connection] When selecting [Do not maintain a network connection], the GOT is disconnected from the network at the addition of a device with the same IP address as the GOT. Therefore, there is a possibility that the running GOT cannot be communicated by IP address setting mistakes or intended actions by malicious users, and the system control may be influenced by those errors.
  • Page 153: License Management

    11.1.5 License Management For using functions which require a license, register the license for the GOT. For releasing a registered license for the GOT, also execute on the license management screen. Items Description Setting range ® ® server function Registers/deletes the license of the VNC server function.
  • Page 154  Setting operation of license management (1) When registering a license number for the GOT Touch the license number input area on the license management screen, and then the keyboard appears on the bottom of the screen. Touch the [Regist] button to register the input license number.
  • Page 155: Display Settings

    Brightness, Contrast 11.2.4Brightness, contrast adjustment Sensor detect level Sensor detect time These functions are not available for GT16 Handy. Sensor off delay Only selectable languages are displayed. The selectable languages differ depending on the fonts installed in the GOT. For details of the fonts, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 156: Display Operation Of Display Setting

    11.2.2 Display operation of display setting Main menu GOT setup (10.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [GOT setup] [Display] Display Touch an item to change settings 11 - 14 11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) 11.2 Display Settings...
  • Page 157: Display Setting Operations

    11.2.3 Display setting operations  Language If the setting item is touched, the Language screen is displayed. If touch the language to be displayed, the language is selected and the screen returns to the [Display] screen. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings.
  • Page 158  Opening screen, screen save time If touching the setting (numerical), keyboard is displayed. Input numeric with the keyboard. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 159: Brightness, Contrast Adjustment

    11.2.4 Brightness, contrast adjustment  Functions of the brightness, contrast The brightness can be adjusted. Function Description Brightness setting Brightness of display part can be adjusted by 8 levels.  Display operation of brightness, contrast Main Menu GOT main unit setup Display 10.3 Utility Display) Touch...
  • Page 160: Operation Settings (settings Regarding Operation)

    11.3 Operation Settings (Settings Regarding Operation) 11.3.1 Operation setting functions Setting regarding GOT operation can be set. The items which can be set are described below. If touch the each item part, the respective setting becomes possible. Function Description Setting range OFF/SHORT/LONG Buzzer volume setting Buzzer volume setting can be changed.
  • Page 161: Display Operation Of Operation Setting

    POINT POINT POINT Operation settings by GT Designer3 Select [Common Settings] [GOT Environment Settings] [GOT Setup] from GT Designer3 to make the settings of buzzer sound and buzzer sound at window move. When change a part of the setting, change the setting by the GOT display setting after downloading the project data.
  • Page 162: Setting Operation Of Operation

    11.3.3 Setting operation of operation  Buzzer volume, window move buzzer, Touch detection mode Setting items are changed if setting item is touched. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the Main Menu.
  • Page 163: Security Level Change

      server function setting  Refer to the following for the VNC server function setting operation. 11.3.9 VNC(R) server function setting operation 11.3.4 Security level change  Security level change functions Changes the security level to the same security level set by each object or screen switch. To change the security level, input the password of the security level which is set in GT Designer3.
  • Page 164  Security level change operation (1) Password input operation By touching [0] to [9], [A] to [F] key, the password of the changed security level is input. When correcting the input character, touch [Del] key to delete the correcting character and input the password again.
  • Page 165: Utility Call Key Setting

    11.3.5 Utility call key setting  Utility call key setting function The key position for calling the main menu of the utility can be specified. For the key position, 0 or 1 point can be specified from 4 corners on the screen. By keeping pressing the screen, a setting to switch the screen to the utility is available.
  • Page 166: Utility Call Key Setting Operation

     Utility call key setting operation ● Touch displayed at the 4 corners of the setting screen. ● The button repeats with every touch. ● Set the corner to be set to a key position to For the key position, 0 or 1 point only can be set. When setting 1 point, specify the time to switch to the utility in case of keeping pressing the key position.
  • Page 167: Adjusting The Touch Panel Position (touch Panel Calibration Setting)

    11.3.6 Adjusting the touch panel position (Touch panel calibration setting)  Touch panel calibration setting function Touch panel reading error can be corrected. Normally the adjustment is not required, however, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses.
  • Page 168  Touch panel calibration operation Touch the point displayed on the screen with the finger one by one to make the setting. Touch the center of the displayed on the upper left precisely. Touch the point displayed on the upper right. Touch the point displayed on the lower left.
  • Page 169: Usb Mouse/keyboard Setting

    11.3.7 USB mouse/keyboard setting  USB mouse/keyboard function To install and use the USB mouse/keyboard on the GOT, set the USB mouse/keyboard.  USB mouse/keyboard setting display operation Main menu GOT setup Operation 10.3 Utility Display) Touch [GOT setup] Touch [Operation] Touch [USB mouse/keyboard]...
  • Page 170 To move the mouse cursor to the touched position, touch the setting item of [Interlock with mouse cursor touch operation]. The setting content is changed by touching. (YES To use the USB keyboard, touch the setting item of [USB keyboard type]. The setting content is changed by touching.
  • Page 171: Softgot-got Link Function Setting

    11.3.8 SoftGOT-GOT Link Function Setting  SoftGOT-GOT link function The authorization of the SoftGOT-GOT link function can be set, and the exclusive authorization can be obtained or released. Only the GOT can obtain the exclusive authorization. While the GOT has the exclusive authorization, GT SoftGOT1000 cannot obtain the authorization.
  • Page 172  SoftGOT-GOT link function setting operation (1) Exclusive authorization obtained state (a) Obtaining the exclusive authorization Touch the [Obtain] button to display the dialog box. Touch the [OK] button to obtain the exclusive authorization. Touch the [Cancel] button to stop obtaining the exclusive authorization.
  • Page 173 (3) Operating priority guaranteed time Touch the operating priority guaranteed time display area to display a keyboard. Enter the operating priority guaranteed time with the keyboard. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Operation] screen.
  • Page 174: Vnc(r) Server Function Setting Operation

    11.3.9 VNC(R) server function setting operation   server function setting   In the VNC server function setting, the authorization guarantee time for the VNC server function can be set.  For the details of the VNC server function, refer to the following. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) Function Description...
  • Page 175   server function setting operation (1) Operating priority guaranteed time Touch the input field for [Operating priority guaranteed time] to display a keyboard. Input the authorization guarantee time with the keyboard. Touch the [OK] button to confirm the new setting and the screen returns to the [Operation] screen.
  • Page 176: Maintenance Function

    11.4 Maintenance Function 11.4.1 Maintenance time setting Energization time, touch count and writing times used as a standard for the maintenance time are set. For using the maintenance time notification, a battery is required. Refer to the following for the details of battery. 6.OPTION ...
  • Page 177  Display operation of maintenance timing setting Main menu GOT setup GOT maintenance 10.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [GOT setup] [Maintenance Touch timing setting] [GOT maintenance] Maintenance time notification For the addition times as power on addition time, refer to the following. 11.4.2 Addition times reset ...
  • Page 178: Addition Times Reset

    11.4.2 Addition times reset Displays the present value of Backlight maintenance time notification period, Display section maintenance time notification period, Touch key maintenance time notification count and Built-in flash memory maintenance time notification count which are additioned for the maintenance time notification, respectively and resets these values. For maintenance time notification setting, refer to the following.
  • Page 179  Operation of Addition times reset If touch [Reset] button of each item, the addition time or the addition count becomes "0". If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [GOT maintenance] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [GOT maintenance] screen.
  • Page 180: Got Start Time

    11.4.3 GOT start time  GOT start time function GOT start time is the function to display the following date and time. • Start time of GOT • Current time of GOT • Operating hours of GOT  Display operation of GOT start time Main menu GOT setup GOT maintenance...
  • Page 181  Display of GOT start time Item Description Displays the time when the GOT was powered on or reset-restarted (OS installation, Start Time communication setting change). Current Time Displays the current time. Displays operating hours of the GOT. The displayed operating hours is the accumulated time while GOT is powered on or reset- Operating hours restarted (OS installation, communication setting change).
  • Page 182: Got Information

    11.4.4 GOT information  GOT information function GOT information is the function to display the following information. • Communication driver installed in the GOT • MAC address • Capacity of the CF card mounted on A drive  Display operation of GOT information Main menu GOT setup GOT maintenance...
  • Page 183  Display of GOT information Item Description Communication driver Displays the communication driver written to the GOT. MAC address Displays the MAC address. CFCard Displays the capacity of the CF card mounted on A drive. 11 - 41 11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) 11.4 Maintenance Function...
  • Page 184 11 - 42 11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) 11.4 Maintenance Function...
  • Page 185: Communication Setting

    12. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) In the communication setting, the communication interface names and the related communication channel, communication driver names display and channel numbers are set. Moreover, in the communication detail setting, the communication interface details are set. (Communication parameters setting) Function Description...
  • Page 186: Communication Setting Contents

    (When change a communication driver, the alternative communication driver has to be installed in GOT in advance.) (2) Standard interface display BOX Display the communication interface included as standard in GT16 Handy. There are the following 4 types. For GT16 Handy, extend I/F-1 and I/F-2 are not available.
  • Page 187 (3) Channel number specification menu BOX Set channel No. to use with standard interface. Refer to This section (4) for driver that can be assigned to each channel. : Set when the communication interface is not used. 1 to 4 : Set when connecting to a controller. : Set when connecting with PC (GT Designer3 ).
  • Page 188: Communication Setting Operation

    12.1.4 Communication setting operation  Channel-Driver assign operation The following describes how to operate the Channel-Driver assign. The example of changing to the direct CPU connection (Communication driver: [A/QnA/L/QCPU, LJ71C24, QJ71C24]) for the GOT of the computer link connection (Communication driver: [AJ71QC24, MELDAS C6*]) is used. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 189 As the communication driver ([A/QnA/L/QCPU, L/ QJ71C24]) installed in the GOT is displayed, touch it. The screen returns to the [Channel-Driver assign] screen. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Communication Setting] screen. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Communication Setting] screen.
  • Page 190 12.2 Communication Detail Setting)  5V power supply setting operation GT16 Handy cannot provide 5VDC power to the controllers from the RS-232 interface regardless of the setting of the 5V power provision. 12 - 6 12. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING)
  • Page 191  Assign Ethernet I/F operation The following describes how to operate the Ethernet I/F assign. The setting operation is same as that of the communication setting screen. Touch the [Assign Ethernet I/F] button in [Communication Setting]. After the screen shown left is displayed, touch the channel number specification menu BOX when changing the channel number.
  • Page 192: Communication Detail Setting

    12.2 Communication Detail Setting 12.2.1 Communication detail setting functions Function Description Communication Set various communication parameters of communication devices. parameters setting The settable parameters differ according to the communication device. Keyword setting For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be set. Key word deleting For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be deleted.
  • Page 193  Assign Ethernet I/F Several drivers are assigned to the same Ethernet interface. However, only one GOT IP address is assigned per interface. By changing the settings of one interface, the GOT IP address, GOT port No. download, default gateway and subnet mask settings of other drivers, which are assigned to the same interface, are also changed.
  • Page 194: Display Contents Of Communication Detail Setting

    12.2.3 Display contents of communication detail setting The contents of communication detail setting varies according to driver type. This section explains setting items different from the communication detail setting of the GT Designer3. For setting items other than described in this section, refer to the following. 17.
  • Page 195  Key word registration, deletion and protection delete MELSEC-FX (1) Registration Register key words. Touching the [Regist] key displays the selection screen for the registration. For a FX PLC that is not compatible with the customer keyword, the keyboard for the keyword input of displayed.
  • Page 196 When the registration is selected or the [Regist] key is touched on a PLC not compatible with the customer keyword, the keyboard for the keyword input is displayed in a pop-up window. When the keyword is input and the [Enter] key is touched, registration is completed. When [Keyword and Customer Keyword] is selected on the selection screen for the registration, the Customer Keyword entry screen of is displayed.
  • Page 197 POINT POINT POINT (1) Selection of keyword protection level For the devices which can perform the online operation of FX PLC, 3 levels of protection can be set. When the monitoring or setting change by online devices is needed, set the keyword taking the following into consideration.
  • Page 198 (2) Delete Registered keyword is deleted. Touching the [Delete] key pops up a keyboard for keyword input. When the correct keyword is input and the [Enter] key is touched, the keyword is deleted. Target PLC Settings FX PLC compatible with 2nd keyword Input a keyword to be deleted.
  • Page 199: Ethernet Setting

    12.3 Ethernet Setting 12.3.1 Ethernet setting functions The contents of the Ethernet set in GT Designer3 can be checked. The setting of the host station can be changed. For ethernet setting, refer to the following. GOT1000 Series Connection Manual for GT Works3 12.3.2 Ethernet setting display operation Communication setting Main menu...
  • Page 200: Display Contents Of Ethernet Setting

    12.3.3 Display contents of Ethernet setting The following describes the setting items and the display contents of the Ethernet setting. (1) Channel selection tab Channels can be switched. Switching to the channel which does not have the Ethernet setting is not available. [*] is displayed on the tab of the channel whose setting is changed.
  • Page 201  Change of host Touch the device to be set as the host. If touch the [OK] button, the GOT restarts and operates with the changed settings. If touch the [Cancel] button, the changed settings are canceled and the screen returns to the [Communication Setting] screen.
  • Page 202 12 - 18 12. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) 12.3 Ethernet Setting...
  • Page 203: Monitor Screens

    Motion monitor The servo monitoring and parameter settings of the motion controller CPU (Q series) are available. CNC monitor This function is not available for GT16 Handy. A list editor The sequence program of ACPU can be list edited. FX list editor The sequence program of FXCPU can be list edited.
  • Page 204: Display Operation Of Monitor Screens

    13.1.2 Display operation of monitor screens Main menu Debug Monitor screens 10.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch Touch [Monitor [Debug] the debug to be screens] operated. Debug is displayed. (For System monitor) 13 - 2 13. DEBUG 13.1 Monitor Screens...
  • Page 205: Debug Setting

    13.2 Debug Setting 13.2.1 Q/L/QnA ladder monitor setting Storage locations and others for data to be used for the ladder monitor function can be set. Saving the ladder data cuts out the need for reading the ladder data from PLC CPU at the next GOT start-up, enabling to start the ladder monitoring earlier.
  • Page 206  Display operation of Q/L/QnA ladder monitor Debug setting Main menu Debug 10.3 Utility Display) Touch [Debug] Touch Touch [Q/L/QnA ladder monitor] [Debug setting] [Q/L/QnA ladder monitor] Select the ladder data storage location of the Q/L/QnA ladder monitor.  Q/L/QnA ladder monitor setting operation Setting items are changed if setting item is touched.
  • Page 207: Backup/restoration Setting

    13.2.2 Backup/restoration setting The storage location for backup data can be set. For how to use the backup/restoration, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Extended/Option Functions Manual for GT Works3 Set the following items with touching the items on the GOT. Function Description Setting range...
  • Page 208  Backup/restoration setting operation (1) Drive for backup setting, drive for backup data Touch a setting item, and then the setting is changed. If touch the [OK] button, the changed settings are reflected and the screen returns to the [Debug Setting] screen.
  • Page 209: Trigger Backup Settings

    13.2.3 Trigger backup settings When the conditions of the trigger specified for each backup setting (Rise, Time) are met, the GOT automatically backs up data. How to use the trigger backup, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Extended/Option Functions Manual for GT Works3 ...
  • Page 210: Trigger Backup Setting Operation

     Trigger backup setting operation Touch a setting item for the trigger type, and then the setting is changed. (None Rise Time) None The GOT does not execute the trigger backup. Rise The GOT backs up data when the trigger device turns on.
  • Page 211: Memory/data Control

    GOT data package acquisition 13-11 or USB memory are possible. CNC data I/O function This function is not available for GT16 Handy. Memory card format Formatting CF card or USB memory is possible. 13-14 Displaying the flash memory empty area size available for the user of each drive and Memory information Boot drive empty area size is possible.
  • Page 212: Backup/restoration

    13.3.2 Backup/restoration  Display operation of backup/restoration Memory/data control Main menu Debug 10.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [Debug] Touch [Backup/restoration] [Memory/data control] Backup/restoration Touch an item to change settings  Operation of backup/restoration Backup/restore data from the controller to GOT, or erase backup data with the backup/restoration. GOT data package acquisition is also possible.
  • Page 213: Got Data Package Acquisition

    13.3.3 GOT data package acquisition  GOT data package acquisition function The GOT data package acquisition copies the installed OS or data in the GOT main unit to the CF card or USB memory. • OS (Boot OS, standard monitor OS, communication driver, extended function OS, option OS) •...
  • Page 214: Display Example Of Got Data Package Acquisition

     Display example of GOT data package acquisition Item Description Displays the drive where OS and data can be copied. Select Drive When the memory card is not installed, [A: Built-in CF card] is not displayed. [E: USB drive] is displayed even if the USB memory is not installed. Copy Touching the button starts copying.
  • Page 215 The display depends on the status of copy (Example: Dialog box after touching the [Copy] button) destination and setup. Operate with following the displayed dialog box. After copying OS and data, the dialog box for notifying the completion appears. Touching the [OK] button closes the dialog box. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 216: Memory Card Format

    13.3.4 Memory card format  Function of the memory card format Format the CF card or USB memory.  Display operation of memory card format Memory/data control Main menu Debug 10.3 Utility Display) Touch [Debug] Touch Touch [Memory/data control] [Memory card format] Memory card format 13 - 14 13.
  • Page 217  Operating the memory card format Install the CF card or USB memory to GOT. Refer to the following for inserting/removing method of CF card or USB memory. 6.1.2Installing and removing procedures of the CF card 6.3.2Installing and removing procedures of the USB memory Touch and select the drive to format by drive selection.
  • Page 218: Memory Information

    13.3.5 Memory information  Memory information functions Displays the flash memory empty area size available for the user of each drive and Boot drive empty area size. Confirming memory empty space is enabled without connecting a personal computer.  Memory information display operation Memory/data control Main menu Debug...
  • Page 219: Usb Device Status Display

    13.3.6 USB device status display  Function of USB device status display This function displays a list of the USB device connection status in the GOT. Also, this screen is used to remove the USB device from GOT.  Display operation of USB device status display Main menu Debug Memory/data control...
  • Page 220  USB device status display operation When the USB device is installed to GOT, the screen shown left is displayed. USB mass storage is displayed in Device, and [Stop] button is displayed in Attach. When the [Stop] button is touched, the dialog box shown left is displayed.
  • Page 221: Sram Control

    13.3.7 SRAM control  Function of SRAM control The SRAM user area usage can be confirmed, data in the SRAM user area can be backed up or restored, and the SRAM user area is initialized. For the available functions in the SRAM user area, refer to the following. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) ...
  • Page 222  Display example of SRAM control (11) (10) (14) (12) (13) Item Description Check box Touch the check box to select or clear the item. Displays the used functions in the order of the advanced system alarm, advanced user alarm, and logging Function name function.
  • Page 223  SRAM control operation (1) Operation to initialize all or selected areas of the SRAM user area Perform any of the following operations. • To initialize all areas of the SRAM user area, touch the [Initialize all] button. • To initialize selected areas of the SRAM user area, select the check box of the area to be initialized, and then touch the [Initialize selected area] button.
  • Page 224 (2) Operation to restore data To restore data in the SRAM user area to a drive Select the drive where the data is stored, and then touch the [Restoration] button. The dialog box shown left appears. Check the description of the dialog box. To restore all data in the SRAM user area, touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 225: Motion Program (sv43) I/o

    (3) Operation to back up all data in the SRAM user area To back up data in the SRAM user area to a drive Select the drive where the data is stored, and then touch the [Backup all area] button. The dialog box shown left appears.
  • Page 226 13 - 24 13. DEBUG 13.3 Memory/Data Control...
  • Page 227: Diagnostic Functions

    I/O check Carries out RS-232, RS-422/485 connecting target confirmation and self-loopback check. 14-15 Network status display This function is not available for GT16 Handy. Ethernet status check Sends a ping to check the Ethernet connection status. 14-18 14 - 1 14.
  • Page 228: System Alarm

    14.1.1 System alarm  System alarm function System alarm is the function to display error code and error message when an error occurs in GOT, controller or network. System alarms can be reset on the System alarm display screen. For details of system alarm, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) ...