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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
MELSEC System Q
Motion Controller
Installation Manual
SW3RNC-GSVE/GSVHELPE
Art. no.: 147253
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
01 12 2001
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
IB(NA)-0300018-F

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  • Page 1 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MELSEC System Q Motion Controller Installation Manual SW3RNC-GSVE/GSVHELPE Art. no.: 147253 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION 01 12 2001 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC IB(NA)-0300018-F...
  • Page 2 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Motion Controller/Personal Machine Controller. This instruction manual describes the handling and precautions of this unit. Incorrect handing will lead to unforeseen events, so we ask that you please read this manual thoroughly and use the unit correctly. Please make sure that this manual is delivered to the final user of the unit and that it is stored for future reference.
  • Page 3 For Sate Operations 1. Prevention of electric shocks WARNING Never open the front case or terminal covers while the power is ON or the unit is running, as this may lead to electric shocks. Never run the unit with the front case or terminal cover removed. The high voltage terminal and charged sections will be exposed and may lead to electric shocks.
  • Page 4 3. For injury prevention CAUTION Do not apply a voltage other than that specified in the instruction manual on any terminal. Doing so may lead to destruction or damage. Do not mistake the terminal connections, as this may lead to destruction or damage. Do not mistake the polarity (+/−), as this may lead to destruction or damage.
  • Page 5 CAUTION Use wires and cables within the length of the range described in the instruction manual. The ratings and characteristics of the system parts (other than control unit, servo amplifier, servomotor) must be compatible with the control unit, servo amplifier and servomotor. Install a cover on the shaft so that the rotary parts of the servomotor are not touched during operation.
  • Page 6 (3) Transportation and installation CAUTION Transport the product with the correct method according to the weight. Use the servomotor suspension bolts only for the transportation of the servomotor. Do not transport the servomotor with machine installed on it. Do not stack products past the limit. When transporting the control unit or servo amplifier, never hold the connected wires or cables.
  • Page 7 CAUTION When coupling with the synchronization encoder or servomotor shaft end, do not apply impact such as by hitting with a hammer. Doing so may lead to detector damage. Do not apply a load larger than the tolerable load onto the servomotor shaft. Doing so may lead to shaft breakage.
  • Page 8 (6) Usage methods CAUTION Immediately turn OFF the power if smoke, abnormal sounds or odors are emitted from the control unit, servo amplifier or servomotor. Always execute a test operation before starting actual operations after the program or parameters have been changed or after maintenance and inspection. The units must be disassembled and repaired by a qualified technician.
  • Page 9 CAUTION Do not touch the lead sections such as ICs or the connector contacts. Do not place the control unit or servo amplifier on metal that may cause a power leakage or wood, plastic or vinyl that may cause static electricity buildup. Do not perform a megger test (insulation resistance measurement) during inspection.
  • Page 10 This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. OVERVIEW ..........................1- 1 to 1-1 1.1 Features ............................1- 1 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ....................2- 1 to 2- 8 2.1 Software Makeup ..........................2- 1 2.2 System Configuration ........................2- 3 2.3 Component List ..........................2- 7 2.4 SW3RNC-GSVSETE Makeup ......................
  • Page 12: Overview

    1. OVERVIEW 1. OVERVIEW This manual explains the installation procedures, operating environment and system configuration of the SW3RNC-GSVE motion controller startup support software packages and SW3RNC-GSVHELPE operating manuals. Features The SW3RNC-GSVE motion controller startup support software packages offer a group of software packages which totally supports the control program design environment, maintenance engineering environment and application design environment for configuring a system using the motion controllers.
  • Page 13: System Configuration

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Software Makeup Each software package is made up of the following software. (1) SW3RNC-GSVE: Motion controller startup support software packages The packages and versions of SW3RNC-GSVE Ver. H are as indicated in Table 2.1. Table 2.1 Packages of SW3RNC-GSVE Ver.
  • Page 14 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION (2) SW3RNC-GSVHELPE: Motion controller startup support software operating manuals Manual Description SW3RN-GSV13P operating manual SW3RN-GSV22P operating manual SW3RN-GSV43P operating manual SW3RN-GSV51P operating manual SW3RN-CAMP operating manual Explains the corresponding operations. SW3RN-LADDERP operating manual SW20RN-LADDERP operating manual SW3RN-DOCPRNP operating manual SW20RN-DOCPRNP operating manual 10 SW3RN-DOSCP operating manual Explains the corresponding operations.
  • Page 15 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION System Configuration (1) When using a desktop personal computer Motion controller A171SHCPU A172SHCPU A173UHCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 Max. overall communication cable extension distance 30m RS232C/422 converter built-in cable A270BDCBL[ ]M: Communication cable ISA bus built-in type DAFXIH-LMCAB 2 channels/board DAFXIH-CABV For Windows NT 4.0 Up to 4 boards on one personal...
  • Page 16 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION POINT (1) The interface board and interface card cannot be used together. (2) On some personal computers, the digital oscilloscope may not perform sampling. In that case, check the BIOS's ISA device memory and IRQ settings. (For the BIOS settings, refer to the manual of your personal computer.) (3) If, after SSCNET communication has been made, you remove the interface board and boot the personal computer without that board being...
  • Page 17 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION (2) When using a notebook computer Motion controller A171SHCPU A172SHCPU A173UHCPU A273UHCPU A273UHCPU-S3 Max. overall communication cable extension distance 30m RS232C/422 converter built-in cable A270CDCBL[ ]M: Communication Cable DAFXIH-LMCAB DAFXIH-CABV 1 channels/card Up to 1 card on one personal computer A30CD-PCF: SSCNET interface card SW3RNC-GSVE: Motion controller startup support software packages...
  • Page 18 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION POINT (1) The interface board and interface card cannot be used together. (2) On some personal computers, the digital oscilloscope may not perform sampling. In that case, use the card enabler supplied by the personal computer maker or check the PC card controller settings (BIOS settings). (For the BIOS settings, refer to the manual of your personal computer.) (3) For Windows 98/2000, insert the interface card into the personal computer after installing SNETP and setting up the SSCNET...
  • Page 19: Component List

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Component List Name Type Remarks A30BD-PCF ISA bus loading type, 2 channels/board SSCNET interface board A10BD-PCF PCI bus loading type, 2 channels/board SSCNET interface card A30CD-PCF PCMCIA type II, 1 channel/card A270BDCBL 3M For A30BD-PCF, A10BD-PCF 3m A270BDCBL 5M For A30BD-PCF, A10BD-PCF 5m A270BDCBL 10M...
  • Page 20: Operating Environment

    2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Operating Environment The operating environment is indicated below. Item Description 133MHz or more Pentium personal computer where Windows Computer NT/98 operates or 233MHz or more Pentium II personal computer where Windows 2000 operates (PC/AT compatible) Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack 2 or later) Windows 98 Operating system Windows 2000...
  • Page 21: Installation And Uninstallation

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION This chapter provides how to install and uninstall GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, CAMP, LADDERP, DOSCP, SNETP and/or DOCPRNP. Installation This section gives the way to install and uninstall GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, CAMP, LADDERP, DOSCP, SNETP and/or DOCPRNP. POINT (1) Before starting installation, close all other applications running on Windows NT/98/2000.
  • Page 22 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (1) Installing GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, CAMP, DOSCP, SNETP and/or DOCPRNP 1) Power on the personal computer and start Windows NT/98/2000. Insert the CD-ROM disk into the CD-ROM drive. Insert CD-ROM disk. 2) Click [Start] on the taskbar and move the cursor to [Settings].
  • Page 23 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 5) The "Install Program From Floppy Disk or CD-ROM" screen appears. Click [Next >]. 6) The "Run Installation Program" screen appears. Click [Browse...]. 7) The "Browse" screen appears. Choose "Setup.exe" of the "Disk1" folder within the folder of the CD-ROM software to be installed.
  • Page 24 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 9) The left screen will soon appear. Click [Next >]. 10) Type user name and company name, and click [Next >]. 11) Choose the installation destination. The installation destination directory defaults to "C:\Program Files". When not changing it, click [Next >].
  • Page 25 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page <When not changing> <When changing> 12) When changing the installation destination drive and directory, choose the new drive and directory and click [OK]. When not changing the installation destination directory, the directory selection dialog box does not appear.
  • Page 26 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 15) Type the program folder name to be registered to the start menu. The default program folder names to be registered are as follows. • SWnRNC-GSV When not changing, click [Next >]. When changing, type a new program folder name and click [Next >].
  • Page 27 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 18) When you installed GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P or DOSCP, the left dialog box appears. Click [OK]. 18) The left screen appears on completion of <Screen 1> installation. The screen displayed changes with the software installed and their order of installation.
  • Page 28 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (2) Installing LADDERP 1) Power on the personal computer and start Windows NT/98/2000. Insert the CD-ROM disc into the CD-ROM drive. Insert CD-ROM disk. 2) Click [Start] on the taskbar and move the cursor to [Settings]. Click [Control Panel].
  • Page 29 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 5) The "Install Program From Floppy Disk or CD-ROM" screen appears. Click [Next >]. 6) The "Run Installation Program" screen appears. Click [Browse...]. 7) The "Browse" screen appears. Choose "Setup.exe" of the "Disk1" folder within the folder of the CD-ROM software to be installed.
  • Page 30 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 9) The left screen will soon appear. Click [Next >]. 10) Type user name and company name, and click [Next >]. 11) Choose the installation destination drive and click [Next >]. The installation destination directory is fixed to "\Gpp\Svwine\".
  • Page 31 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 12) Type the program folder name to be registered to the start menu. The default program folder name to be registered is as follows. • SWnRNC-GSV When not changing, click [Next >]. When changing, type a new program folder name and click [Next >].
  • Page 32: Registered Icons

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION Registered Icons Installing GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, CAMP, LADDERP, DOSCP, SNETP and/or DOCPRNP registers the icons as shown below. (1) GSV13P (2) GSV22P (3) GSV43P 3 − 12...
  • Page 33 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (4) GSV51P (5) CAMP (6) LADDERP (a) SW3RN-LADDERP 3 − 13...
  • Page 34 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (b) SW20RN-LADDERP (7) DOSCP (8) SNETP (a) When SNETP is installed in the environment of Windows NT/98 3 − 14...
  • Page 35 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (b) When SNETP is installed in the environment of Windows 2000 (9) DOCPRNP (a) SW3RN-DOCPRNP (b) SW20RN-DOCPRNP 3 − 15...
  • Page 36: Created System Directories

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION Created System Directories Installing GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, SNETP, DOSCP, CAMP, DOCPRNP, LADDERP and/or GSVHELP creates the directories as shown below. Drive C Program Files Gsve Sysgsv13p Defaultsys Sysgsv22p Default Depends on the drive and SW3RN-GSV13P directory set at installation.
  • Page 37: Operating Instructions

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION Operating Instructions 3.4.1 Precautions for Using SW3RN-GSV43P To use GSV43P, you need to make environment setting in the "Config.nt" or "Con- fig.sys" file. Before using GSV43P, always set the "Config.nt" or "Config.sys" file for the fol- lowing data.
  • Page 38 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION REMARKS When Windows 98 is used, there are some personal computer models where the EMS driver will not be installed properly. If the EMS driver is not installed properly, starting program edit will display the following screen and edit will not start. In that case, add an option to the EMS driver of Config.sys to enable edit to start.
  • Page 39: Precautions For Using Sw20rn-docprnp

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.4.2 Precautions for Using SW20RN-DOCPRNP (1) Security levels of Word and Excel To use SW20RN-DOCPRNP, the security level must be set on Word or Excel. If the security level setting is "High", you cannot use SW20RN-DOCPRNP. Before using SW20RN-DOCPRNP, set the security level of Word or Excel to other than "High."...
  • Page 40 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (2) Antivirus software It has been reported that when the "Norton AntiVirus 2000" antivirus software of Symantec Corporation has been installed in the personal computer, speci- fying Office 2000 as a control feature from an external program will run the mi- cro virus check software, one of the "Norton AntiVirus 2000"...
  • Page 41 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION • How to remove only micro virus check software from "Norton AntiVirus 2000" 1) Click [Start]. Choose and click [Run...]. 2) The Run dialog box appears. Enter the name as indicated below and click [OK]. • For Windows 98 [C:Windows\System\regsvr32 /U "C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\OfficeAV.dll"] •...
  • Page 42: Precautions For Operation Under Windows 98

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.4.3 Precautions for operation under Windows 98 When the GSV application is used under Windows 98, the following phenomena may occur. Follow the description for the countermeasure. (1) The color inside the GSV application window is not displayed correctly. The color inside the GSV application window may not be displayed correctly with the maximum setting of the graphics hardware accelerator.
  • Page 43 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (2) During data sampling on the digital oscilloscope (DOSCP) screen, a sampling failure may occur. If one of the following operation is performed during sampling, a sampling failure may occur. (Accordingly there is disorder in the displayed waveform. In the figure below, a spike is displayed in the speed command.) •...
  • Page 44: Simultaneous Execution Of Sw3rn-gsv[ ][ ]p And Sw6rn-gsv[ ][ ]p

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.4.4 Simultaneous execution of SW3RN-GSV[ ][ ]P and SW6RN-GSV[ ][ ]P SW3RN-GSV[ ][ ]P and SW6RN-GSV[ ][ ]P cannot be used simultaneously. If the operation described below is attempted, the following error message is dis- played in response to the GSV[ ][ ]P started later and startup fails. [Operation] •...
  • Page 45: Simultaneous Execution Of Sw3rn-doscp And Sw6rn-doscp

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.4.5 Simultaneous execution of SW3RN-DOSCP and SW6RN-DOSCP You cannot use SW3RN-DOSCP and SW6RN-DOSCP together. If the following operation is performed, DOSCP booted later is not started and is ignored. [Operation] • Starting SW3RN-DOSCP and SW6RN-DOSCP simultaneously from menu •...
  • Page 46: Precautions For Using Snetp

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.4.6 Precautions for using SNETP (1) SW3RN-SNETP or SW6RN-SNETP (Ver. 00A) is in use (SW6RN-GSV[ ][ ]P (Ver. 00A) is in use) In any of the following cases, corresponding SNETP may result in a communication error, disabling normal communication. •...
  • Page 47 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (2) Precautions for use of SW6RN-SNETP Ver. 00B or later (a) Coexistence of SNETP SW6RN-SNETP Ver. 00B or later can be installed to coexist with SW3RN- SNETP. Table 3.2 SNETP Versions That Can Coexist Software Compatible Version Remarks Packages Dedicated to the Q motion controller.
  • Page 48 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (d) Precautions for installation, uninstallation and updating when SW6RN- SNETP (Ver. 00B or later) and SW3RN-SNETP (Ver. 00G or earlier) coex- When SW6RN-SNETP Ver. 00B or later and SW3RN-SNETP Ver. 00G or earlier coexist, note that there are restrictions on installation and uninstalla- tion.
  • Page 49 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (f) Precautions for updating SNETP Update SW6RN-SNETP to Ver. 00B or later or SW3RN-SNETP to Ver. 00H or later as described below. 1) When updating SW6RN-SNETP (Ver. 00A) to Ver. 00B or later After uninstalling "SW6RN-SNETP", install new SW6RN-SNETP and perform a driver setup.
  • Page 50: Uninstallation

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.5 Uninstallation This section gives the way to delete GSV13P, GSV22P, GSV43P, GSV51P, CAMP, LADDERP, DOSCP, SNETP and/or DOCPRNP from the hard disk. 1) Click [Start] on the taskbar and move the cursor to [Settings]. Click [Control Panel]. Click here.
  • Page 51 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION From preceding page 4) The "InstallShield Wizard" screen appears. Choose the "Remove" and click [OK]. 5) Check that the selected application files will be deleted. Click [OK] to uninstall. Uninstallation starts. Click [Cancel] when not uninstalling. This returns the display to the previous screen.
  • Page 52: Updating Instructions And Procedures

    3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION 3.7 Updating Instructions and Procedures This section describes the instructions and operating procedures for updating SW3RNC-GSVE to Ver. 00H. The versions of the SW3RNC-GSVE Ver. 00H packages are indicated in Table 3.4. Table 3.4 Package Definitions of SW3RNC-GSVE Ver. 00H Type Version Product Name...
  • Page 53 3. INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION (2) Updating performed when SW6RN-GSV and SW3RN-GSV coexist START Uninstall all of the following packages. SW3RN-GSV13P SW3RN-GSV22P SW3RN-GSV43P SW3RN-GSV51P SW3RN-CAMP SW3RN-LADDERP(or SW20RN-LADDERP) SW3RN-DOCPRNP(or SW20RN-DOCPRNP) SW3RN-DOSCP SW3RN-SNETP Install all of the following packages. SW3RN-GSV13P SW3RN-GSV22P SW3RN-GSV43P SW3RN-GSV51P SW3RN-CAMP SW3RN-LADDERP(or SW20RN-LADDERP) SW3RN-DOCPRNP(or SW20RN-DOCPRNP)
  • Page 54: Sscnet Communication Drivers

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS SSCNET Communication Driver Setup Procedure To make SSCNET communication in Windows NT/98, you need to perform SSCNET communication driver setup. Perform the setup work of the SSCNET communication drivers in the [SSCNET Communication Driver Setup] window of SNETP.
  • Page 55: When Using The A30cd-pcf Interface Card

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4.1.1 When using the A30CD-PCF interface card This section provides the SSCNET communication driver setup procedure for use of the interface card. 1) The SSCNET Communication Driver Setup window appears. *You need not make the setting when you use RS232C communication or do not use SSCNET communication.
  • Page 56 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 4) The left dialog box appears. <For Windows NT> • When the interface card is already loaded Click [Yes]. The personal computer is restarted. • When the interface card is not yet loaded Click [No].
  • Page 57: When Using The A30bd-pcf Interface Board

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4.1.2 When using the A30BD-PCF interface board This section provides the SSCNET communication driver setup procedure for use of the interface board. 1) The SSCNET Communication Driver Setup window appears. Choose "A30BD-PCF Board Type" and click [Detail]. *You need not make the setting when you use RS232C communication or do not use SSCNET communication.
  • Page 58 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 5) The left dialog box appears. <For Windows NT> Click [No]. Choose "Shut Down" in the Start menu to power off the personal computer. After making sure that the power is off, confirm the switch setting of the interface board and load the interface board into the personal computer.
  • Page 59: When Using The A10bd-pcf Interface Board

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4.1.3 When using the A10BD-PCF interface board This section provides the SSCNET communication driver setup procedure for use of the interface board. 1) The SSCNET Communication Driver Setup window appears. Choose "A10BD-PCF Board Type" and click [Detail]. *1:You need not make the setting when you use the A10BD-PCF interface board.
  • Page 60: How To Check The System Resources

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS How to Check the System Resources This section explains how to check the free areas of the system resources such as IRQ Level, Memory Base Address and I/O Port Address. (1) For Windows NT Refer to the Windows NT diagnostics and check the free areas of the system resources.
  • Page 61 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (2) For Windows 98 Check the free areas of the system resources from the My Computer icon on the desktop. 1) Choose and right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop. The pop-up menu appears. Click [Properties] from the pop-up menu. 2) The "System Properties"...
  • Page 62: Setting The Interface Board

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS Setting the Interface Board 4.3.1 Setting the A30BD-PCF Interface Board This section describes the switch setting of the interface board. CON1 port CON2 port (1) Reset switch (SW1) Turn on the reset switch (SW1) to reset the interface board. During communication, do not press the reset switch as it will shut off communication.
  • Page 63 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (3) Setting the occupied addresses (SW4) Set the addresses occupied by the interface board on the personal computer. Definition Default Remarks Not used Always set to OFF. Controller setting line 1 (CON1 port) Always set to ON. Controller setting line 2 (CON2 port) Address selection 1...
  • Page 64: Setting The A10bd-pcf Interface Board

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4.3.2 Setting the A10BD-PCF Interface Board This section explains the switch setting of the A10BD-PCF interface board. LED1 LED2 CON1port CON2port (1) Board ID setting switch (SW1) When there are two or more PCI type A10BD-PCF's, set the ID numbers to identify the respective A10BD-PCF's.
  • Page 65 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (3) LED display Indicates the status of the A10BD-PCF. • When the A10BD-PCF is normal: Flicker • When the A10BD-PCF is abnormal: On or off LED1 For CON1 port LED2 For CON2 port (4) Allotment between Board IDs and SSCNET CH No. Bord ID CON1 port CON2 port...
  • Page 66: Registering The Sscnet Communication Drivers

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS Registering the SSCNET Communication Drivers When using the A30BD-PCF interface board on Windows 98 to make SSCNET communication, register the SSCNET communication drivers in the following procedure. (The following operation is not required when using the A30BD-PCF interface card and A10BD-PCF interface board.) Since the A30BD-PCF interface board is not compatible with the plug and play function of Windows 98, you need to register the SSCNET communication drivers...
  • Page 67 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (1) Registering the fast refresh driver 1) Click [Start] on the taskbar and move the cursor to [Settings]. Click [Control Panel]. 2) The "Control Panel" window appears. Double-click "Add New Hardware" from Control Panel. 3) The "Add New Hardware Wizard" screen appears. Click [Next >].
  • Page 68 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 4) Click [Next >]. 5) Check "No, I want to select the hardware from a list." and click [Next >]. 6) Choose "Other devices" and click [Next >]. To next page 4 − 15...
  • Page 69 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 7) Choose "Mitsubishi" as Maker and "SNETP DRIVER (Fast Fresh: A30BD-PCF Board)" as Model, and click [Next >]. 8) Click [Next >]. 9) Click [Finish]. 10) Click [No]. 4 − 16...
  • Page 70 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (2) Registering the CH. 0 transient driver 1) Double-click "Add New Hardware" from Control Panel. The "Add New Hardware Wizard" screen appears. Click [Next >]. 2) Click [Next >]. 3) Check "No, I want to select the hardware from a list." and click [Next >].
  • Page 71 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 5) Choose "Mitsubishi" as Maker and "SNETP DRIVER (Transient CH. 0)" as Model, and click [Next >]. 6) Click [Next >]. 7) Click [Finish]. 8) Click [No]. 4 − 18...
  • Page 72 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (3) Registering the CH. 0 cyclic driver 1) Register the CH. 0 cyclic driver in the procedure as in "(2) Registering the CH. 0 transient driver". Note that "SNETP DRIVER (Cyclic CH. 0)" should be chosen as Model in the hardware maker and model selection window.
  • Page 73 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (6) Adjusting the fast refresh driver Adjust the IRQ and occupied addresses of the SSCNET communication drivers to the data assigned in detail setting of "SSCNET Communication Driver Setup". The following example assumes that the following assignment was made in detail setting of "SSCNET Communication Driver Setup".
  • Page 74 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 3) The "SNETP DRIVER (Fast Fresh: A30BD-PCF Board) Properties" window appears. Click [Resources] and confirm the interrupt request and memory range. • Adjustment is not needed if the settings are the same as in "SSCNET Communication Driver Setup".
  • Page 75 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 7) The "Edit Memory Range" window appears. Type "D0000-D1FFF" in the Value field and click [OK]. *Section 4.4 (12) provides the SSCNET Communication Driver Setup Memory Base Address and driver memory range setting table. Use it for your reference.
  • Page 76 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (7) Adjusting the CH. 0 transient driver Adjust this driver as in the adjustment of the fast refresh driver. 1) As in the adjustment of the fast refresh driver, choose Properties from the My Computer icon to show the "System Properties"...
  • Page 77 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 4) The "Conflict Warning" dialog box appears, but click [Yes]. 5) Click [OK]. 6) The "Creating a Forced Configuration" dialog box. Click [Yes]. This finishes the adjustment of the CH. 0 transient driver. (8) Adjusting the CH.
  • Page 78 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (9) Adjusting the CH. 1 transient driver When not using CH. 1, you need not adjust the CH. 1 transient driver. Proceed to "(11) Restarting the personal computer". (a) Adjust the CH. 1 transient driver in the procedure as in "(7) Adjusting the CH.
  • Page 79: Stopping The Sscnet Communication Driver

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS Stopping the SSCNET Communication Driver When removing the interface board or interface card on Windows NT/98 from the personal computer, you need to stop the SSCNET communication driver. (When removing the interface card on Windows 98, use the plug and play function of Windows.
  • Page 80 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 5) Choose "Disabled" from the Startup options and click [OK]. 6) The "Devices" screen reappears. Perform the operations in steps 4) and 5) also for the other devices. • SSCNET (CH. 0: Transient) •...
  • Page 81 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (2) For Windows 98 1) Select the My Computer icon on the desktop and right-click. The pop-up menu appears. Click [Properties] from the pop-up menu. 2) The "System Properties" window appears. Click [Device Manager]. Choose "Other devices" and double-click. Check to see if there are the following devices in "Other devices".
  • Page 82 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS From preceding page 5) The "System Properties" window reappears. Perform the operations in steps 3) and 4) also for the other devices. • SNETP DRIVER (Transient CH. 0) • SNETP DRIVER (Cyclic CH. 0) • SNETP DRIVER (Transient CH. 1)* •...
  • Page 83: Communication Settings Using Gsv[ ][ ]p

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS Communication Settings Using GSV[ ][ ]P Communication settings must be made to start RS232C/SSCNET communication. To make communication settings, use the "Communication Setting" button in the "Communication Setting" menu or communication dialog box of GSV[ ][ ]P. (1) When using the "Communication Setting"...
  • Page 84 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (2) When using the communication dialog box 1) Click [Communication] from the Jump button of GSV[ ][ ]P. Click here. 2) The communication dialog box appears. Click [Com. Setting]. Click here. 3) The communication settings dialog box appears. 4) Set RS232C/SSCNET communication.
  • Page 85: Communication Errors

    4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS 4.6.1 Communication errors Any of the errors as indicated in Tables 4.3 and 4.4 may occur during communication started after communication settings. In this case, take action in accordance with Table 4.3 or Table 4.4 (1) For SSCNET communication Table 4.3 Communication Error during SSCNET Communication Error Code Error Message...
  • Page 86 4. SSCNET COMMUNICATION DRIVERS (2) For RS232C communication Table 4.4 Communication Errors during RS232C Communication Error Code Error Message -255 6 and 16130 This error may occur during RS232C communication if: • Communication is made using old SNETP which is incompatible with RS232C communication.
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    5. TROUBLESHOOTING 5. TROUBLESHOOTING Remedies for trouble are described in this section. Refer to this section when you are in trouble. GSV[ ][ ]P or DOSCP does not start or it is terminated during operation Corresponding Phenomenon Cause and remedy Version 1) SNETP is not installed.
  • Page 88: If Communication Over Sscnet Or Via Rs232c Fails With Gsv[ ][ ]p

    5. TROUBLESHOOTING If communication over SSCNET or via RS232C fails with GSV[ ][ ]P Refer to the description of "Remedy" in the error message basically for the action to be taken upon a communication error. If the problem is not removed, refer to the table below for corrective action. Phenomenon Cause and remedy Communication error "-255"...
  • Page 89 5. TROUBLESHOOTING Phenomenon Cause and remedy 1) SW6RN-SNETP was booted. Communication error "10" occurred during communication Exit from SW6RN-SNETP and boot SW3RN-SNETP. over SSCNET. *1: Refer to section 3.4.6(1) to install the best SNETP. If communication is made only with the A motion, install SW3RN-SNETP. 5 −...
  • Page 90: If Communication Over Sscnet Fails With Doscp

    5. TROUBLESHOOTING If communication over SSCNET fails with DOSCP Phenomenon Cause and remedy • SW3RN-SNETP is not booted. Communication error "50" or "51" occurred. Boot SW3RN-SNETP. • SW6RN-SNETP (Ver. 00B or later) has been booted. Communication error "10" occurs. Exit from SW6RN-SNETP (Ver. 00B or later) and boot SW3RN-SNETP.
  • Page 91 5. TROUBLESHOOTING Phenomenon Cause and remedy Communication error "12" occurs. The SSCNET communication driver is not set up correctly. To perform communication over SSCNET, set up the SSCNET communication driver. To do this, refer to section 4.1 "SSCNET communication driver setup procedure." *1: Refer to section 3.4.6(1) to install the best SNETP.
  • Page 92: If No Sampling Data Is Obtained From Doscp

    5. TROUBLESHOOTING If no sampling data is obtained from DOSCP Phenomenon Cause and remedy No sampling data is obtained. (The waveform is not detected.) The SSCNET communication driver is not set up correctly. To perform communication over SSCNET, set up the SSCNET communication driver.
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