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Mitsubishi Simple Motion Module
MELSEC-Q Series
QD77MS16
Sample Screen Manual
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

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  • Page 1 Mitsubishi Simple Motion Module MELSEC-Q Series QD77MS16 Sample Screen Manual Mitsubishi Electric Corporation...
  • Page 2 Using the Samples The sample screen data and files such as the instruction manual can be used upon agreement to the following matters. (1) This data is available for use by customers currently using or considering use of Mitsubishi products. (2) The intellectual property rights of the files provided by Mitsubishi (hereinafter referred to as the “Files”) belong to Mitsubishi.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS REVISIONS ..................................4 OUTLINE .................................5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ..........................5 GOT ..................................5 System Applications That Are Automatically Selected ..................5 Controller Setting of Screen Design Software ....................5 Ethernet Setting of Screen Design Software ....................6 Overlap Window Setting of Screen Design Software ..................6 SIMPLE MOTION MODULE ...........................6 Start I/O Number of Module ..........................6 SCREEN SPECIFICATIONS ..........................6 Display Language ............................6...
  • Page 4: Revisions

    REVISIONS Sample Screen Manual Date Control No.* Description 2014/1 BCN-P5999-0176 First edition 2015/2 BCN-P5999-0176-2 Device Specification for Document ID 2015/6 BCN-P5999-0176-2a Project data improved * The Control No. is noted at the lower right of each page. Project data Date Project data GT Designer3* Description...
  • Page 5: Outline

    1. OUTLINE This manual explains the sample screens of GOT2000 connected to a MELSEC-Q Series PLC (Q06UDEHCPU) via Ethernet. The sample screens can be used for monitoring the status of each axis and the buffer memory (including current values and alarms) of Simple Motion Module (QD77MS16).
  • Page 6: Ethernet Setting Of Screen Design Software

    3.3 Ethernet Setting of Screen Design Software Host Net No. Station Unit Type IP Address Port No. Communication QnUD(P)V/QnUDEH 192.168.3.39 5006 3.4 Overlap Window Setting of Screen Design Software [Close the window when switching base screens] of [Detail Setting] for overlap window in [Screen Switching/Window] is enabled to close the window when switching base screens.
  • Page 7: Screen List/transition (individual)

    5.2.2 Screen List/Transition (individual) Base screen B-30002: Operation Monitor Base screen B-30003: I/O Monitor Base screen B-30004: Axis Monitor 1/4 Base screen B-30001: Menu Base screen B-30005: Axis Monitor 2/4 Base screen B-30006: Axis Monitor 3/4 To next page Base screen B-30007: Axis Monitor 4/4 7/35 BCN-P5999-0176-2a...
  • Page 8 From previous page Window screen W-30010: Cam Auto-generation Check Screen Base screen B-30008: Cam Auto-generation Function Window screen W-30011: Tuning Setting Check Screen Base screen B-30009: Tuning Base screen Base screen B-30500:Manual Display B-30010: Error & Warning History 8/35 BCN-P5999-0176-2a...
  • Page 9: Explanation Of Screens

    5.3 Explanation of Screens 5.3.1 Menu (B-30001) Outline This is the Menu screen. Description Switches to the [Operation Monitor] screen. Switches to the [I/O Monitor] screen. Switches to the [Axis Monitor] screen (1/4). Switches to the [Cam Auto-generation Function] screen. Switches to the [Tuning] screen.
  • Page 10: Operation Monitor (b-30002)

    5.3.2 Operation Monitor (B-30002) Outline This is the QD77MS16 operation monitor screen. Description Displays the following about axis 1 to axis 16.  Current Feed Val., Axis Feed Rate  Status, Err., Warning, Mcode  Emergency Stop Input  Start No., Operation Pattern ...
  • Page 11: I/o Monitor (b-30003)

    5.3.3 I/O Monitor (B-30003) Outline This is the QD77MS16 I/O monitor screen. Description Displays the input/output status. Switches to each screen. The blue switch indicates the currently displayed screen, thus selecting this switch will not switch the screen. Switches to the previously opened screen. Displays the current date and time.
  • Page 12: Axis Monitor 1/4 (b-30004)

    5.3.4 Axis Monitor 1/4 (B-30004) Outline This is the QD77MS16 axis monitor screen (1/4). Description Displays the following about axis 1 to axis 16.  Target Value, Machine Feed Val.  Target Spd., Current Spd., Feed Rate  In speed cont. flag, In speed chg. proc. Switches axes and axis monitor screens.
  • Page 13: Axis Monitor 2/4 (b-30005)

    5.3.5 Axis Monitor 2/4 (B-30005) Outline This is the QD77MS16 axis monitor screen (2/4). Description Displays the following about axis 1 to axis 16.  Special Start Data (Instr. Code, Instr. Para., Data No.)  Data Being Executed (1st Data Pointer, Pos. Data No., Block No.), Previous Position ...
  • Page 14: Axis Monitor 3/4 (b-30006)

    5.3.6 Axis Monitor 3/4 (B-30006) Outline This is the QD77MS16 axis monitor screen (3/4). Description Displays the following about axis 1 to axis 16.  OPR Increment, Actual Present Val., Error Counter Val.  Number of Motor Rotation, Motor Current Value ...
  • Page 15: Axis Monitor 4/4 (b-30007)

    5.3.7 Axis Monitor 4/4 (B-30007) Outline This is the QD77MS16 axis monitor screen (4/4). Description Displays the following about axis 1 to axis 16.  Parameter Error No.  Servo Status  Regenerative Load Ratio, Actual Load Ratio, Peak Load Ratio Switches axes and axis monitor screens.
  • Page 16: Cam Auto-generation Function (b-30008)

    5.3.8 Cam Auto-generation Function (B-30008) Outline This is the QD77MS16 cam auto-generation screen. Description Sets parameters that are required for cam auto-generation. Executes cam generation. Switches to each screen. The blue switch indicates the currently displayed screen, thus selecting this switch will not switch the screen.
  • Page 17: Tuning (b-30009)

    5.3.9 Tuning (B-30009) Outline This is the tuning screen of servo amplifiers. Description Selects the gain adjust mode. Settable items vary depending on the selected mode. Sets the load to motor inertia ratio. Sets the auto tuning response. Sets gain parameters. Switches axes to monitor.
  • Page 18: Error & Warning History (b-30010)

    5.3.10 Error & Warning History (B-30010) Outline This is the QD77MS16 error & warning history screen. Description Displays the error history. Displays the warning history. Switches to the [Manual Display] screen. Switches to each screen. The blue switch indicates the currently displayed screen, thus selecting this switch will not switch the screen.
  • Page 19: Manual Display (b-30500)

    5.3.11 Manual Display (B-30500) Outline This screen displays the manual of the currently displayed language. Description Manual Display displays a document with document ID (201 to 203) according to the language. The page 1 is displayed when the screen is displayed initially. While touching the document, flicking to 8 directions will scroll the document to 8 directions.
  • Page 20 Remarks The language setting reflect documents for Manual display. The relation of the column No. of the comment group No., languages and document (Document ID) is shown below. Column No. of the Language Document ID comment group No English Japanese Chinese (Simplified) When GOT is started, the document page is set to No.
  • Page 21: Alarm Reset (w-30001)

    5.3.12 Alarm Reset (W-30001) Outline This window screen allows resetting the system alarm. Description Resets the system alarm, and closes the window screen after 1 second. Closes the window screen. Remarks 21/35 BCN-P5999-0176-2a...
  • Page 22: Language Setting (w-30002)

    5.3.13 Language Setting (W-30002) Outline This window screen allows selecting the GOT language. Description Switches the language, and closes the window screen. Closes the window screen. Remarks ・ The system language and Document ID for manual display also switched corresponding to the display language.
  • Page 23: Clock Setting (w-30003)

    5.3.14 Clock Setting (W-30003) Outline This window screen allows changing the GOT clock data. Description Displays the current date and time. switches to change the date and time. Hold down the switches to increment or decrement the value continuously. The [Reset] switch resets the seconds. Applies the set date and time to the GOT clock data, and closes the window screen after 1 second.
  • Page 24: Cam Auto-generation Check Screen (w-30010)

    5.3.15 Cam Auto-generation Check Screen (W-30010) Outline Check before executing cam auto-generation. Description Executes cam auto-generation. Closes the window screen. Closes the window screen. Remarks 24/35 BCN-P5999-0176-2a...
  • Page 25: Tuning Setting Check Screen (w-30011)

    5.3.16 Tuning Setting Check Screen (W-30011) Outline Check before reflecting tuning settings. Description Transmits the tuning settings to the servo amplifier. Closes the window screen. Closes the window screen. Remarks 25/35 BCN-P5999-0176-2a...
  • Page 26: Device List

    5.4 Device List Some of the devices specified for the on-screen switches, lamps, or others are also used for common settings of functions such as scripts. Using [Batch Edit] is recommended to change these devices in a batch. For more details about using [Batch Edit], please refer to "8.1 Changing Start I/O Number"...
  • Page 27 Type Device No. Application U00-G2434+100n (n = 0 to 15) 1st Data Pointer (Axis 1 to 16) U00-G2435+100n (n = 0 to 15) Pos. Data No. (Axis 1 to 16) U00-G2436+100n (n = 0 to 15) Block No. (Axis 1 to 16) U00-G2437+100n (n = 0 to 15) Previous Position (Axis 1 to 16) U00-G2438+100n (n = 0 to 15)
  • Page 28: Got Internal Devices

    5.4.2 GOT internal devices Type Device No. Application GB40 Script Trigger (Always ON) GB61008 to Control Possibility of Adjust Mode Input GB61012 GD60031.b13 GOT Error Reset Signal GD61011.b0 Script Trigger for Tuning Setting Reflection GS512.b0 Time Change Signal GD60000 Base Screen Switching GD60001 Overlap Window 1 Screen Switching GD60004...
  • Page 29: Script List

    5.6 Script List Item Settings Project script Specified Screen script B-30009, B-30500 Object script B-30500, W-30003 5.6.1 Project script Script No. 30001 Script name Script30001 Comment Initial Setting Data type Signed BIN16 Trigger type Rise, GB40 [w:GD60080]=201; //Set Document ID to 201 [w:GD60081]=1;...
  • Page 30: Object Script

    Base screen 30500 Script No. 30002 Script name Script30002 Comment DocumentDisplayProcessOfLastPage Data type Unsigned BIN16 Trigger type Ordinary //Check the total number of document pages is not 0. if([w:GD60082]!=0){ //Compare the current page number to the total number of document pages to see if the current page number exceeds the total number.
  • Page 31 [w:TMP959] = [w:GS652] & 0x0F00; //Obtain Ones Digit of "Last 2-Digits of Minute" from Clock Data for Setting [w:TMP967] = [w:TMP959] >> 8;//BCD->BIN [w:TMP977] =[w:TMP972] + [w:TMP967]; //Set Minute to TMP977 as BIN [w:GD63994] = [w:TMP977]; //Set Minute [w:TMP993] = [w:GS652] & 0x00F0; //Obtain Tenths Digit of Second from Clock Data for Setting [w:TMP995] = [w:TMP993] >>...
  • Page 32 [w:TMP990] = [w:TMP986]/100; //Create Items Required for Zeller's Congruence [w:TMP991] = [w:TMP986]/400; //Create Items Required for Zeller's Congruence [w:TMP992] = (13*[w:TMP987]+8)/5; //Create Items Required for Zeller's Congruence //Calculate Day of Week Using Zeller's Congruence and Set the Day to Change Time Device [w:GS516] = ([w:TMP986]+[w:TMP989]-[w:TMP990]+[w:TMP991]+[w:TMP992]+[w:TMP988])%7;...
  • Page 33: Manual Display

    6. MANUAL DISPLAY Manuals can be displayed using the document display function. For more details about the document display function, please refer to the "GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help". Please note that the document display function does not support language switching. Therefore, in the sample screens, the language of document is switched by switching the document (Document ID) specified for a display language.
  • Page 34: Others

    7. OTHERS 7.1 Changing Start I/O Number Follow the procedure below to change the start I/O number of the module to a value other than 0H. (Example: Changing the start I/O number from 0H to 20H) (1) Select [Search/Replace] - [Batch Edit] - [Device] menu. (2) In the displayed setting dialog, select [All Screens], and click [Find Now].
  • Page 35 (3) Set the [After] device and [Point], and execute the batch edit.  Changing the start I/O number of the buffer memory Set [Before] to U00-G2406, [After] to U02-G2406, and [Point] to 30532, and click [Replace]. U00-G2406 to U00-G32937 will be changed to U02-G2406 to U02-G32937. ...

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