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CC-Link IE Field Network Digital-Analog Converter
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User's Manual
-NZ2GF2BN-60DA4
-NZ2EX2B-60DA4

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  • Page 1 CC-Link IE Field Network Digital-Analog Converter Module User's Manual -NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 -NZ2EX2B-60DA4...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before using this product.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product only. For the safety precautions of the programmable controller system, refer to the user's manual for the CPU module used.
  • Page 4 [Design Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not install the control lines or communication cables together with the main circuit lines or power cables. Keep a distance of 100mm or more between them. Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise. ●...
  • Page 5 To prevent this, configure an external safety circuit, such as a fuse. ● Mitsubishi Electric programmable controllers must be installed in control panels. Wiring and replacement of a module must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel with knowledge of protection against electric shock.
  • Page 6 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not disassemble or modify the module. Doing so may cause failure, malfunction, injury, or a fire. ● Do not drop or apply strong shock to the module. Doing so may damage the module. ●...
  • Page 7: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in conditions; i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any, shall not lead to any major or serious accident; ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT.
  • Page 8: Introduction

    When applying the program examples introduced in this manual to an actual system, ensure the applicability and confirm that it will not cause system control problems.  Relevant modules: NZ2GF2BN-60DA4, NZ2EX2B-60DA4 Remark Unless otherwise specified, this manual describes the program examples in which the remote I/O signals and remote registers are assigned for a D/A converter module as follows.
  • Page 9: Relevant Manuals

    RELEVANT MANUALS (1) CC-Link IE Field Network (relevant) manuals When using the CC-Link IE Field Network for the first time, refer to the CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual or Simple Motion Module Use's Manual first. The following shows the structure of the CC- Link IE Field Network manuals.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............. 1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 11 6.2.3 Installation direction ............51 Installation.
  • Page 12 Appendix 9.3 About replacement from NZ2GF2B-60DA4 to NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 ....218 Appendix 10 External Dimensions ........... 219 Appendix 10.1 Main D/A converter module .
  • Page 13: Manual Page Organization

    MANUAL PAGE ORGANIZATION In this manual, pages are organized and the symbols are used as shown below. The following illustration is for explanation purpose only, and should not be referred to as an actual documentation. "" is used for window names and items.
  • Page 14: Terms

    A generic term for the main A/D converter module and main D/A converter module Main D/A converter module The abbreviation for the NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 CC-Link IE Field Network main digital-analog converter module A module with the CC-Link IE Field Network communication function, which can be used as a single remote Main module module.
  • Page 15 Term Description Bit data input from a slave station to the master station (For some areas in a local station, data are input in the Remote input (RX) opposite direction.)  User's manual for the master/local module used Bit data output from the master station to a slave station (For some areas in a local station, data are output in Remote output (RY) the opposite direction.) ...
  • Page 16: Packing List

    PACKING LIST The following items are included in the package of this product. Before use, check that all the items are included. D/A converter module Module (The figure above shows the main D/A converter module.) Before Using the Product...
  • Page 17: Chapter 1 D/a Converter Module

    CHAPTER 1 D/A CONVERTER MODULE CHAPTER 1 D/A CONVERTER MODULE This chapter describes the applications and features of the D/A converter module. Application The D/A converter module converts digital data to analog signals and outputs them to the external devices. D/A conversion Analog signal as a continuous amount Digital signal as a discrete sequence...
  • Page 18: Features

    Features (1) Flexible system configuration The employed connection block type provides the combined use of a main module and an extension module. A flexible configuration can be achieved because various extension modules can be connected. In addition, the main module always monitors the connection status of the extension module, leading to an early detection of connection failure.
  • Page 19 CHAPTER 1 D/A CONVERTER MODULE (6) Change to any scale D/A conversion values can be converted to be within any scale, the range of which is determined arbitrarily. According to a digital value to be input, the scale can be changed without any program, resulting in cost reduction.
  • Page 20 (10)Various installation methods The module can be installed in six directions using a DIN rail. Downward installation DIN rail Horizontal installation Vertical installation Horizontal installation (upside down) Upward installation (11)Easy module replacement The terminal block for module power supply and FG, and the terminal block for analog output signals have a two- piece structure, where the module can be replaced with the wire connected.
  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Part Names

    CHAPTER 2 PART NAMES CHAPTER 2 PART NAMES Main D/A Converter Module This section describes part names of the main D/A converter module. 7) 8) Do not remove this seal because it is used for our maintenance purposes. Name Application A rotary switch for the following settings and test: •...
  • Page 22 Name Application Indicates the power supply status of the main D/A converter module. PW LED (green) • On: Power-on • Off: Power-off Indicates the operating status of the main D/A converter module. RUN LED (green) • On: Operating normally; Writing data to the non-volatile memory (while in offset/gain setting mode) •...
  • Page 23 CHAPTER 2 PART NAMES (1) Module status and LED status The following table shows how module status and LED status correspond each other. LED status Module status Data link status MODE D LINK PW LED RUN LED ERR. LED ALM LED O/G LED Disconnecting Disconnection...
  • Page 24: Extension D/a Converter Module

    Extension D/A Converter Module This section describes part names of the extension D/A converter module. Do not remove this seal because it is used for our maintenance purposes. Name Application Indicates the operating status of the extension D/A converter module. •...
  • Page 25: Chapter 3 Specifications

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the specifications of the D/A converter module. General Specifications Item Specifications Operating ambient 0 to 55 temperature Storage ambient -25 to 75 temperature Operating ambient humidity 5 to 95%RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity Constant Frequency...
  • Page 26: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications 3.2.1 Main D/A converter module Item Description Station type Remote device station Number of analog output points 4 points (4 channels)/module Digital input 16-bit signed binary (-16384 to 16383, -288 to 12287, -12288 to 12287) Voltage -10 to 10VDC (external load resistance value: 1k to 1M) Analog output Current 0 to 20mADC (external load resistance value: 0...
  • Page 27 CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS Item Description TE 0.5-10 (NICHIFU Co., Ltd.) [Applicable wire size: 0.5] TE 0.75-10 (NICHIFU Co., Ltd.) [Applicable wire size: 0.75] TE 1.0-10 (NICHIFU Co., Ltd.) [Applicable wire size: 0.9 to 1.0] Terminal block for TE 1.5-10 (NICHIFU Co., Ltd.) [Applicable wire size: 1.25 to 1.5] module power AI 0.5-10WH (Phoenix Contact Co., Ltd.) [Applicable wire size: 0.5] supply and FG...
  • Page 28: Extension D/a Converter Module

    3.2.2 Extension D/A converter module Item Description Number of analog output points 4 points (4 channels)/module Digital input 16-bit signed binary (-16384 to 16383, -288 to 12287, -12288 to 12287) Voltage -10 to 10VDC (external load resistance value: 1k to 1M) Analog output Current 0 to 20mADC (external load resistance value: 0...
  • Page 29 CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS Item Description Weight 0.23kg For details on the I/O conversion characteristic, refer to the following: • I/O Conversion Characteristics of D/A Conversion ( Page 204, Appendix 4) Except for the conditions under noise influence. Do not connect two or more wires to the terminal. For the conversion period with the extension D/A converter module connected, refer to the following: •...
  • Page 30: How To Calculate Current Consumption

    The value of the module power supply current in the extension module described in the specifications is the value of the module power supply current supplied from the main D/A converter module. Main D/A converter module Extension output module NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 NZ2EX2B1-16T 330mA Module power supply current:...
  • Page 31: Function List

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS Function List : Available, : Not available Available or not Item Description Reference Main Extension Allows D/A conversion to be enabled or disabled for each channel. D/A conversion   Disabling the D/A conversion for unused channels reduces the conversion Page 87, Section 8.3 enable/disable function cycles.
  • Page 32 Available or not Item Description Reference Main Extension The main D/A converter module permits the connection of one extension D/A converter module. Page 132, Section   With the extension D/A converter module connected, D/A conversion 8.16.2 processing of up to eight channels is possible. Functions with an extension analog module The main D/A converter module permits the connection of one extension...
  • Page 33: List Of Remote I/o Signals

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS List of Remote I/O Signals This section lists I/O signals for a master/local module. The device number assignment shown assumes that the remote I/O signals of the main module are assigned to RX0 to RX1F and RY0 to RY1F. Remote input (RX) indicates the input signal from D/A converter module to master/local module.
  • Page 34: Main D/a Converter Module

    3.5.1 Main D/A converter module Remote input Remote output Signal direction: Main D/A converter moduleMaster/local Signal direction: Master/local moduleMain D/A converter Module type module module Device No. Description Device No. Description Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited Use prohibited...
  • Page 35: Extension D/a Converter Module

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS (1) Remote I/O signals of extension modules The remote I/O signals differ depending on the model of extension module. • For the extension D/A converter module, refer to  Page 33, Section 3.5.2. • For the extension A/D converter module, refer to  CC-Link IE Field Network Analog-Digital Converter Module User's Manual.
  • Page 36: List Of Remote Registers

    List of Remote Registers This section lists remote registers for a master/local module. The remote register assignment shown assumes that the remote registers of the main module are assigned to RWr0 to RWrF and RWw0 to RWwF. Remote register (RWr) is the information input from D/A converter module to master/local module. Remote register (RWw) is the information output from master/local module to D/A converter module.
  • Page 37: Main D/a Converter Module

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.6.1 Main D/A converter module Remote register (RWr) Remote register (RWw) Signal direction: Main D/A converter moduleMaster/local Signal direction: Master/local moduleMain D/A converter Module type module module Device No. Description Device No. Description RWr0 Latest error code RWw0 Use prohibited RWr1...
  • Page 38: Extension D/a Converter Module

    3.6.2 Extension D/A converter module Remote register (RWr) Remote register (RWw) Signal direction: Extension D/A converter Signal direction: Master/local moduleExtension D/A Module type moduleMaster/local module converter module Device No. Description Device No. Description RWr10 Use prohibited RWw10 Use prohibited RWr11 Use prohibited RWw11 Use prohibited...
  • Page 39: List Of Remote Buffer Memory Areas

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS List of Remote Buffer Memory Areas This section lists the remote buffer memory areas of the D/A converter module. The remote buffer memory areas of the main module and extension module are assigned as shown below. Main D/A converter module Extension module How the individual areas of remote buffer memory are shown in the manual Mode switch (address: 0000H)
  • Page 40 For the REMFR and REMTO instructions, refer to the following:  User's manual for the master/local module used For the access method, refer to the following: • Parameter area ( Page 68, Section 7.1) • Error history area ( Page 149, Section 11.1) Do not access any system area using the REMFR or REMTO instruction.
  • Page 41: Main D/a Converter Module

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.7.1 Main D/A converter module (1) Parameter area (address: 0000H to 04FFH) For the parameter area, parameters can be set by means of the CC IE Field configuration of the engineering tool, or the REMTO instruction. The parameters in the parameter area are backed up to the non-volatile memory. The parameters backed up to the non-volatile memory are read out to the parameter area when the module power supply is turned off and on or the module is reset by remote reset.
  • Page 42 Address Default Necessity of Type Description Read/Write value Decimal Hexadecimal  010EH Scaling enable/disable setting 000FH 010FH CH1 Scaling lower limit value   0110H CH1 Scaling upper limit value  0111H CH2 Scaling lower limit value 0112H CH2 Scaling upper limit value ...
  • Page 43 CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS (a) Monitor area of extension modules The remote buffer memory areas differ depending on the model of extension module. • For the extension D/A converter module, refer to  Page 43, Section 3.7.2 (2). • For the extension A/D converter module, refer to  CC-Link IE Field Network Analog-Digital Converter Module User's Manual.
  • Page 44 (4) Module control data area (address: 1000H to 14FFH) Address Type Description Default value Read/Write Decimal Hexadecimal 4096 1000H Error history clear command 4097 1001H Error history clear completed 4098 1002H Parameter area initialization command 4099 1003H Parameter area initialization completed Station-based control Module operation information initialization data...
  • Page 45: Extension D/a Converter Module

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.7.2 Extension D/A converter module (1) Parameter area (address: 0200H to 02FFH) Address Necessity of Type Description Default value Read/Write Decimal Hexadecimal  0200H Extension module identification code 0000H    0201H System area 0202H D/A conversion enable/disable setting 000FH ...
  • Page 46 (3) Module control data area (address: 1200H to 12FFH) Address Type Description Default value Read/Write Decimal Hexadecimal Extension module 1   4608 to 4863 1200H to 12FFH System area Module-based control data Value at the time of turning off and on the module power supply or at the time of remote reset. This shows whether reading/writing data from/to a program is possible.
  • Page 47: Chapter 4 Procedures Before Operation

    CHAPTER 4 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION CHAPTER 4 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION This chapter describes the procedures before operation. Check box Setting a station number  Page 49, Section 6.1 Set the station number of the main D/A converter module. Connection Page 50, Section 6.2 ...
  • Page 48 Memo...
  • Page 49: Chapter 5 System Configuration

    CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION This chapter describes how to configure the system using D/A converter modules. For the configuration on CC-Link IE Field Network, refer to the following:  User's manual for the master/local module used System Configuration with D/A Converter Module The following figure shows the system configuration including a D/A converter module.
  • Page 50: Applicable Systems

    Classification Model Main A/D converter module NZ2GF2BN-60AD4 Main D/A converter module NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 (3) Ethernet cables For the specifications of the Ethernet cable, refer to the following:  User's manual for the master/local module used (4) Supported software package Configuring and diagnosing the D/A converter module requires GX Works2 or GX Works3. According the master station used, install the following version of GX Works2 or GX Works3.
  • Page 51: Chapter 6 Installation And Wiring

    CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING This chapter describes the installation and wiring of the D/A converter module. Station Number Setting (1) Setting method Set the station number with the rotary switch on the front of the module. Set the station number in the power-off state because the set value is enabled at power-on.
  • Page 52: Installation Environment And Installation Position

    Installation Environment and Installation Position 6.2.1 Installation environment (1) Installation location Do not install the D/A converter module in places where: • Ambient temperature is outside the range of 0 to 55; • Ambient humidity is outside the range of 5 to 95% RH; •...
  • Page 53: Installation Direction

    CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 6.2.3 Installation direction The D/A converter module can be installed in six directions. Use a DIN rail to install the module. Downward installation DIN rail Horizontal installation Vertical installation Horizontal installation (upside down) Upward installation...
  • Page 54: Installation

    Installation 6.3.1 How to connect an extension module (1) Connecting procedure Remove the cover on the side of the main module. Save the removed cover without losing it. Release the module joint levers (two points) on the side of the extension module. Slide the levers vertically.
  • Page 55 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (2) Disconnecting procedure Disconnect the extension module in a procedure opposite to the connecting procedure. ● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before connecting or disconnecting extension modules. ● Lock the module joint levers securely. Failure to do so may cause malfunction, failure, or drop of the module.
  • Page 56: Mounting Modules On A Din Rail

    6.3.2 Mounting modules on a DIN rail The usage instructions for a DIN rail stopper is shown as one example. Fix the module according to the manual of the DIN rail stopper used. (1) Mounting procedure Pull down all DIN rail hooks on the back of the modules.
  • Page 57 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING Hitch the upper hook of the DIN rail stopper to the Engage the hook top of the DIN rail. on the top side of the DIN rail. Slide the DIN rail stopper up to the left side of the DIN rail modules.
  • Page 58 (2) Removal procedure Remove the modules from the DIN rail in a procedure opposite to the mounting procedure. (3) Applicable DIN rail model (compliant with IEC 60715) • TH35-7.5Fe • TH35-7.5Al (4) Space between DIN rail mounting screws When mounting a DIN rail, tighten the screws at a pitch of 200mm or less. (5) DIN rail stopper Use a stopper that is attachable to the DIN rail.
  • Page 59: Wiring To Terminal Block For Module Power Supply And Fg

    CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING Wiring to Terminal Block for Module Power Supply and This section describes how to wire a terminal block for module power supply and FG to the main D/A converter module. Note that the descriptions are the same for the external D/A converter module. (1) Tightening torque Tighten the terminal block screws within the following specified torque range.
  • Page 60 (4) Connecting and disconnecting a cable To connect a cable, with the terminal screw loosened using a flathead screwdriver, insert the wire and then tighten the terminal screw. To disconnect the cable, with the terminal screw loosened using a flathead screwdriver, pull out the wire. (5) Cable terminal processing Strip the cable sheath approximately 10mm from the end.
  • Page 61: Wiring Of Ethernet Cable

    CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING Wiring of Ethernet Cable (1) Connecting an Ethernet cable (a) Connecting Turn off the module power supply of the main D/A converter module and the power supply of the external device. With attention to the orientation of the cable, push the Ethernet cable connector into the main D/A converter module until it clicks.
  • Page 62 ● The time taken for the LINK LED to turn on after connection of the cable may vary. The LINK LED normally turns on in a few second. However, if link-up processing is repeated due to a condition of a device on the line, the longer time may be required.
  • Page 63 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (2) Precautions (a) Laying Ethernet cables • The Ethernet cables must be placed in the duct or fixed by clamp. If not, dangling cable may swing or inadvertently be pulled, resulting in damage to the module or cables or malfunction due to poor contact. •...
  • Page 64: Wiring Of Terminal Block And External Devices

    Wiring of Terminal Block and External Devices (1) Tightening torque Tighten the terminal block screws within the following specified torque range. Tightening the screws too much may damage the module case. Screw type Tightening torque range Terminal screw (M3) 0.43 to 0.57Nm Terminal block mounting screw (M3.5) 0.68 to 0.92Nm The following table shows applicable solderless terminals to be connected to the terminal block.
  • Page 65 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (2) Removing and installing the terminal block (a) Removal procedure Open the terminal block cover and loosen the terminal block mounting screws (two points). Terminal block mounting screw Loosening the terminal block mounting screws (two points) allows the two-piece terminal block to lift and be removed.
  • Page 66 (3) Wiring of the terminal block and external devices (a) Signal name The following shows signal names of the terminal block. Pin number Signal name Do not wire the NC terminals. Incorrect wiring may cause failure or malfunction of the module.
  • Page 67 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (b) Wiring to the terminal block The following shows wiring to the terminal block. • For voltage output • For current output...
  • Page 68 (c) Precautions for external wiring To obtain the maximum performance from the functions of the D/A converter module and improve the system reliability, an external wiring with high durability against noise is required. Precautions for external wiring are as follows: •...
  • Page 69 CHAPTER 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (e) Wiring method Loosen the terminal screw. A round solderless Employs a captive terminal can be connected as it is. screw Round solderless terminal ● Avoid contact of the terminal and the screw with oil. Failure to do so may damage the screw. ●...
  • Page 70: Chapter 7 Various Settings

    CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS This chapter describes the setting procedures of the D/A converter module. Parameter Settings Set the parameter of this module with the network parameter written to the CPU module of the master station. For how to set up the master station, refer to the following: ...
  • Page 71 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS (1) Precautions (a) Before parameter settings For the precautions before parameter settings, refer to the following. GX Works3 Operating Manual GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Common) (b) Parameter settings • When using the D/A converter module, always enable the block data assurance per station. If it is disabled, correct operation of the D/A converter module cannot be guaranteed.
  • Page 72 (2) Setting procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. • For the master/local module QJ71GF11-T2 Project window  [Parameter]  [Network Parameter]  [Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]  button • For the master/local module LJ71GF11-T2 Project window  [Parameter]  [Network Parameter]  [Ethernet/CC IE Field]  button On the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 73 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS Double-click the item to change the setting, and input the setting value. • Items to be selected from a pull-down list Double-click the item to be set, and from the pull-down list that appears, select the desired item. •...
  • Page 74 Setting item Reference CH1 Alert output setting CH1 Alert output upper limit value CH1 Alert output lower limit value CH2 Alert output setting CH2 Alert output upper limit value CH2 Alert output lower limit value Alert output function Page 106, Section 8.12 CH3 Alert output setting CH3 Alert output upper limit value CH3 Alert output lower limit value...
  • Page 75 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS Setting item Reference Ext. module 1_CH1 Alert output setting Ext. module 1_CH1 Alert output upper limit value Ext. module 1_CH1 Alert output lower limit value Ext. module 1_CH2 Alert output setting Ext. module 1_CH2 Alert output upper limit value Ext.
  • Page 76 ● When using the extension module, also set the parameters of the extension module. For the parameters of the extension module, refer to the following:  Manual for the extension module used ● Set all the items for the parameter. If any blank exists, the parameters cannot be written to the D/A converter module. ●...
  • Page 77: How To Change The Parameters

    CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS How to Change the Parameters This section describes the procedures to change the parameters. The precautions to take when changing the parameters are the same as the following: • Precautions ( Page 69, Section 7.1 (1)) 7.2.1 Changing the network configuration To change the network configuration reusing the already created project, set the parameters in the following steps:...
  • Page 78 On the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, from "List of stations", select the main D/A converter module. Station list Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] Set "Method selection" to "Parameter read". Click button to open the following window.
  • Page 79 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". Set "Write Value". Follow the next steps to set the value: • Click the title cell of "Read Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 80 Set up the refresh parameters. Change values as necessary. Write the set parameters to the CPU module of the master station, and reset the CPU module. RESET Put the CPU module of the master station into RUN. Setting up the network configuration is now complete.
  • Page 81: Changing The Parameters Without Changing The Network Configuration

    CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS 7.2.2 Changing the parameters without changing the network configuration To change only the module parameters of the already set-up slave station without changing the network configuration, take the following steps: Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. •...
  • Page 82 Click button to open the following window. Click button. The parameters are read from the D/A converter module. Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". Set "Write Value". Follow the next steps to set the value: • Click the title cell of "Read Value" to select all the items and copy them. •...
  • Page 83 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS Click button to open the following window. Click button. The parameters are written to the D/A converter module. Setting the module parameters of the slave station is complete.
  • Page 84: Offset/gain Setting

    Offset/Gain Setting If the user range is necessary, set up the offset/gain setting by following the instructions as illustrated below. Note that using the factory default range does not require the offset/gain setting. Turn off the module power supply. Set x10 of the station number setting switch to O/G. Turn on the module power supply and check that the LEDs are in the following state: : ON...
  • Page 85 CHAPTER 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS To set up another channel, go back to step 4. After setting all the channels, turn off the module power supply. ● Set up the offset value and the gain value under actual use conditions. Connection to the CC-Link IE Field Network is not necessary. ●...
  • Page 86: Chapter 8 Functions

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the details of the functions available in the D/A converter module, and the setting procedures for those functions. For details on remote I/O signals, remote registers, and remote buffer memory, refer to the following: •...
  • Page 87: Drive Mode Switch

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS Drive Mode Switch The D/A converter module operates in the following modes: normal mode, trigger output mode, and synchronous communication mode. The following table lists the types of drive mode and their operation. Type of drive mode Operation Normal mode D/A conversion is performed based on the internal clock of the main D/A converter module.
  • Page 88 Check that "0920H" is stored in Latest warning code (RWr1). [Online]  [Monitor]  [Device/Buffer Memory Batch] The D/A converter module starts operating in the set drive mode by turning off and on the module power supply or performing remote reset. ●...
  • Page 89: D/a Conversion Enable/disable Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS D/A Conversion Enable/Disable Function This function allows D/A conversion to be enabled or disabled for each channel. Disabling the D/A conversion for unused channels reduces the conversion cycles. (1) Setting procedure The setting procedure for the main D/A converter module is as follows: Set "Method selection"...
  • Page 90: Conversion Speed And Conversion Period

    Conversion Speed and Conversion Period Conversion speed is the rate at which the D/A converter module converts and outputs digital values. The conversion period is the period for D/A conversion in a channel. The following figure shows the relationship between conversion speed and a conversion period. Conversion speed Processing including...
  • Page 91 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (2) When an extension D/A converter module is connected to a main D/A converter module When an extension D/A converter module is connected to a main D/A converter module, processing time (100s) arises between the conversion processing of each channel. Therefore, the conversion period is given by the following: Conversion period = (Conversion speed (100s) + Processing time (100s)) ...
  • Page 92 (3) When an extension A/D converter module is connected to a main D/A converter module When an extension A/D converter module is connected to a main D/A converter module, the conversion speed is fixed to 100s for the main D/A converter module and the extension A/D converter module. In addition, processing time (100s) arises between the conversion processing of each channel.
  • Page 93: Range Switching Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS Range Switching Function The output range can be selected for each channel from the following ranges: • Factory default range (4 to 20mA, 0 to 20mA, 1 to 5V, 0 to 5V, -10 to 10V) • User range (user range setting 1 (-10 to 10V), user range setting 2 (0 to 20mA)) The main D/A converter module only permits the selection.
  • Page 94: Analog Output Hold/clear Function

    Analog Output HOLD/CLEAR Function This function allows the selection of whether to hold or clear the analog value output when the CPU module is in the following operating status: RUN, STOP, or a stop error. (1) Combination of analog output status The following table shows how the analog output status changes, depending on the combination of settings for D/A conversion enable/disable setting (address: 0102H, 0202H) and CH...
  • Page 95 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (2) Setting procedure The setting procedure for the main D/A converter module is as follows: Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select the main D/A converter module from "List of stations" [CC IE Field Configuration] ...
  • Page 96: Cyclic Data Update Watch Function

    Cyclic Data Update Watch Function The update intervals of cyclic data are monitored. The last output value is held or cleared when the cyclic transmission stop status continues longer than the set monitoring time. The cyclic transmission stop status is the status that the D LINK LED is flashing (Data link in operation (cyclic transmission stopped)) or off (Data link not performed (disconnected)).
  • Page 97: Scaling Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS Scaling Function The D/A converter module scale-converts the digital value to the set range of the scaling upper limit value and scaling lower limit value. This function reduces the time and effort to create a program of the scale conversion. (1) How to interpret the scaling setting The setting for scaling lower and upper limit values differs depending on whether the factory default range or the user range is used for the analog output range.
  • Page 98 (3) Setting procedure The setting procedure for the main D/A converter module is as follows: Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select the main D/A converter module from "List of stations" [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] In "Basic module parameter", set "CH...
  • Page 99 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (4) Example of the scaling setting 1: When values are set for a channel with output range of 0 to 5V in the main D/A converter module as follows: • "CH Scaling enable/disable setting": "0: Enable" • "CH Scaling upper limit value": 10000 •...
  • Page 100 2: When values are set for a channel with output range of -10 to 10V in the main D/A converter module as follows: • "CH Scaling enable/disable setting": "0: Enable" • "CH Scaling upper limit value": 12000 • "CH Scaling lower limit value": 4000 The digital values and scale-converted digital values are as follows: Analog output voltage (V) -10V...
  • Page 101 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 3: When values are set for a channel with user range setting 1 of 2 to 10V in the main D/A converter module as follows: • "CH Scaling enable/disable setting": "0: Enable" • "CH Scaling upper limit value": 8000 •...
  • Page 102: Shift Function

    8.10 Shift Function Using this function, the D/A converter module outputs the converted digital value with the shifting set value added, in analog. When the shifting set value is changed, it is reflected to the analog output value in real time. Therefore, fine adjustment can be easily performed when the system starts.
  • Page 103 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS ● If the digital value exceeds the range of -32768 to 32767 as a result of shift addition, the digital operation value is fixed to the lower limit value (-32768) or the upper limit value (32767). ● For the extension D/A converter module, go to "Ext. module 1_Module parameter" to set "Ext. module 1_CH D/A conversion enable/disable setting"...
  • Page 104 (4) Example of the combined use of the scaling function and the shift function When values are set for a channel with output range of 0 to 5V in the main D/A converter module as follows: • "CH Scaling enable/disable setting": "0: Enable" •...
  • Page 105 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS In "Basic module parameter", set the values for "CH Scaling lower limit value" and "CH Scaling upper limit value". Set "CH Shifting set value (RWw6 to RWw9)" to -25.
  • Page 106: Digital Value Range Check Function

    8.11 Digital Value Range Check Function An error is output when the digital value is out of the digital input range for the output range. (1) Notification of a check code When the digital value is greater than the upper limit of the setting range or smaller than the lower limit of the setting range, it is notified with the following operation.
  • Page 107 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (3) Resetting a check code The check codes can be reset by either of the following two methods. • Write a digital value within the setting range, and turn on and off Error clear request flag (RYA). •...
  • Page 108: Alert Output Function

    8.12 Alert Output Function This function outputs an alert when a digital value falls within the alert output range set in advance. The following figure schematically shows how the alert output behaves in the main D/A converter module. Digital value Digital value Analog output value Alert output upper limit value...
  • Page 109 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (1) Alert output notification (a) For the main D/A converter module When the digital value is greater than the alert output upper limit value, or smaller than the alert output lower limit value, an alert is indicated by Alert output flag (RWrA), Alert output signal (RX1E), and the lighted up ALM LED of the main module.
  • Page 110 (4) When the scaling function is enabled When Scaling enable/disable setting (address: 010EH, 020EH) is set to Enable (0), the scale-converted digital value is the target for the alert. When setting CH1 Alert output upper limit value (address: 0106H, 0206H) to CH4 Alert output lower limit value (address: 010DH, 020DH), set values considering the scaling range.
  • Page 111: Trigger Output Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8.13 Trigger Output Function Using this function, the D/A converter module performs the D/A conversion at the timing of a trigger output request. ● This function can be used only when the drive mode is set to trigger output mode. ●...
  • Page 112 The following figure shows the operation in the main D/A converter module until Trigger output completed flag (RX19) turns on after Trigger output request (RY19) is turned on. • 1) Once Trigger output request (RY19) is turned on, the D/A conversion starts. •...
  • Page 113 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS ● With the extension D/A converter module connected, processing time (100s) arises in the period from the completion of conversion processing of each channel to the start of conversion processing of the next channel. Thus, the processing time is 200s per channel of a main D/A converter module and extension D/A converter module.
  • Page 114 (5) Trigger output completed clear request The following describes the trigger output completed clear request. (a) Trigger output completed clear request The following figure shows the operation where Trigger output completed flag (RX19, RX29) turns off by turning on Trigger output completed clear request (RY1A, RY2A). Controlled by the D/A converter module Controlled by the program Trigger output request...
  • Page 115 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (6) CH Output enable/disable flag The following describes Trigger output request (RY19, RY29) and CH Output enable/disable flag (RY10 to RY13, RY20 to RY23). • When Trigger output request (RY19, RY29) is turned on while CH1 Output enable/disable flag (RY10, RY20) is set to disabled, the D/A conversion is performed, but the analog output value does not change from the offset value.
  • Page 116 (7) Analog output HOLD/CLEAR function The following describes Trigger output request (RY19, RY29) and the analog output HOLD/CLEAR function. • Even if Trigger output request (RY19, RY29) is turned on while the analog output HOLD/CLEAR function is being executed, the D/A conversion is not performed. This is the same for the trigger output request assigned to the extension digital input module as an external signal.
  • Page 117 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (8) Response time The following describes the response time until Trigger output completed flag (RX19, RX29) turns on after the trigger output is requested. (a) When Trigger output request (RY19) of the main D/A converter module is assigned to Remote input (RX) using the external signal assignment function (Response time of the main D/A converter module) + (Response time of the extension input module)
  • Page 118 (9) Input interval and the ON and OFF time of the trigger output request When turning on Trigger output request, turn on or off Trigger output request satisfying the reference values of the following items. • Input interval of the trigger output request •...
  • Page 119 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (b) When Trigger output request (RY19, RY29) is not assigned to Remote input (RX) using the external signal assignment function The following lists the input interval, ON time, and OFF time of Trigger output request (RY19, RY29). Item Reference value Input interval of the trigger output request...
  • Page 120 (10)Setting procedure Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select the main D/A converter module from "List of stations" [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] In "Station parameter", set "Mode switch" to "1: Trigger output mode". In "Basic module parameter", set "CH...
  • Page 121: Cc-link Ie Field Network Synchronous Communication Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8.14 CC-Link IE Field Network Synchronous Communication Function This function performs D/A conversion with a synchronization period of the master station that supports the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function. This enables the D/A converter module to operate at the same timing of other slave stations on the same network. (1) Applicable module and software The table below lists modules and software required to use the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function.
  • Page 122 (a) When an extension module is not connected or an extension I/O module is connected The figure below shows the operation timing under the following settings: • Synchronization cycle of the master station: 0.88ms • Number of conversion enabled channels of the main D/A converter module: 4 channels : Conversion processing (100μs) 0.88ms Synchronization cycle...
  • Page 123 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (b) When an extension D/A converter module is connected The D/A conversion processing of the main D/A converter module and the D/A conversion processing of the extension D/A converter module are performed for each synchronization cycle of the master station as follows. : Conversion processing (100μs) 0.88ms Synchronization cycle...
  • Page 124 (c) When an extension A/D converter module is connected The D/A conversion processing of the main D/A converter module and the A/D conversion processing of the extension A/D converter module are performed for each synchronization cycle of the master station as follows. : Conversion processing (100μs) 0.88ms Synchronization cycle...
  • Page 125 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (d) SB/SW signals used with the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function To check the operating status of the D/A converter module (synchronous or asynchronous), use the following link special register (SW) on the master station. •...
  • Page 126 (5) Setting procedure (D/A converter module) On the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, select the main D/A converter module from "List of stations", and set the values as follows: • When the master station is a simple motion module, set "Station No." to 17 or more. •...
  • Page 127: Error Notification Function

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8.15 Error Notification Function When an error, warning, or alarm occurs, the D/A converter module notifies the master station of it using remote input signals and remote registers. Remark The notification of the error, warning, or alarm can be checked on the LED on the front of the main module. For details, refer to the following: •...
  • Page 128 (a) How to clear a warning or an alarm The method for clearing an error depends on the error type. Error type Clearing an error Warning A warning is cleared five seconds after the error cause is removed. Turn on Error clear request flag (RYA) or Initial data setting request flag (RY9) after Check code Minor error writing a digital value within the setting range.
  • Page 129 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (3) Method for clearing an error by executing the command of the slave station The following shows how to clear an error by executing the command of the slave station. A moderate error and an out-of-range digital value can be cleared. On the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 130: Functions With An Extension Module Connected

    8.16 Functions with an Extension Module Connected The main D/A converter module permits one extension module to be connected. ● Before replacing the extension module, turn off the module power supply. Disconnecting the extension module during the power-on of the module power supply results in the error code (1F00H) being stored into Latest error code (RWr0), Error flag (RXA) turning on, and the ERR.
  • Page 131 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (2) External signal assignment function This function allows remote input or output signals of the main D/A converter module to be assigned to remote I/O signals of the extension I/O module connected. Signals can be input from the extension I/O module and error signals can be output to the external at the fixed timing without influence from the sequence scan or link scan.
  • Page 132 (b) Setting procedure Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select the main D/A converter module from "List of stations" [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] In "Basic module parameter", set "CH D/A conversion enable/disable setting" to "0: Enable". In "Basic module parameter", set "CH...
  • Page 133 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS (c) Operation when an error occurs Depending on whether the remote I/O signals of the extension I/O module are used as general-purpose I/O signals or assigned for the external signal assignment function, the operation of the D/A converter module for an error differs as shown in the following table.
  • Page 134: Functions With The Extension D/a Converter Module Connected

    8.16.2 Functions with the extension D/A converter module connected With the extension D/A converter module connected, D/A conversion processing of up to eight channels is possible. (1) Available function with the extension D/A converter module connected Here is the list of the available function with the extension D/A converter module connected: Function Description Monitors the on/off state of the external power supply of the extension D/A converter...
  • Page 135: Functions With The Extension A/d Converter Module Connected

    CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8.16.3 Functions with the extension A/D converter module connected When an extension A/D converter module is connected, the A/D conversion processing for four channels and D/A conversion processing for four channels at maximum can be performed. (1) Available function with the extension A/D converter module connected Here is the list of the available function with the extension A/D converter module connected: Function Description...
  • Page 136: Cc-link Ie Field Network Diagnostic Function

    8.17 CC-Link IE Field Network Diagnostic Function This function makes it possible to check the presence or absence of a network error, by using the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostic function from the engineering tool connected to the CPU module. (1) How to use the function The following instructions assume the use of GX Works2 as the engineering tool.
  • Page 137 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS "Selected Station Communication Status Monitor", which appears at the bottom right in the window, indicates the communication status of the main D/A converter module. The model name of the main D/A converter module is displayed as "NZ2GF2B-60DA4" there. For how to check the error and alarm of the main D/A converter module and extension D/A converter module, refer to the following: •...
  • Page 138: Chapter 9 Programming

    CHAPTER 9 PROGRAMMING This chapter describes the programming of the D/A converter module. Precautions for Programming This section describes precautions when creating the program of CC-Link IE Field Network. (1) Program for cyclic transmission For a program for cyclic transmission, provide interlock between the following link special relay (SB) and the link special register (SW).
  • Page 139: Programming Procedure

    Program Example (1) System configuration Power supply module (Q62P) CPU module (Q10UDHCPU) Master/local module (QJ71GF11-T2) Input module (QX10) Main D/A converter module (NZ2GF2BN-60DA4) Extension D/A converter module (NZ2EX2B-60DA4) 00 to 1F 20 to 2F Master station (station No.0) Analog output...
  • Page 140 (a) Assignment of link devices Master station (station No.0) Remote device station (station No.1) Main D/A Extension D/A CPU module Master/local module converter module converter module X1000 RX00 RX00 X101F RX1F RX1F X1020 RX20 RX20 RX20 X102F RX2F RX2F RX2F Y1000 RY00 RY00...
  • Page 141 CHAPTER 9 PROGRAMMING (2) Programming conditions Here is the programming conditions: • D/A conversion in CH1 and CH2 of the main D/A converter module is enabled and the written digital values are output in analog. Scaling conversion is performed in CH1 and alert output is performed in CH2. •...
  • Page 142 Main D/A converter module Alert output clear command X1007 Warning flag X1009 Initial data setting completed flag X100A Error flag NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 (X1000 to X101F) X100B Remote READY X101E Main D/A converter module Alert output signal X102E Extension D/A converter module Alert output signal...
  • Page 143 CHAPTER 9 PROGRAMMING Device Description D2002 Main D/A converter module CH1 Digital value D2003 Main D/A converter module CH2 Digital value D2032 Extension D/A converter module CH1 Digital value D2033 Extension D/A converter module CH2 Digital value D2034 Extension D/A converter module CH3 Digital value D2035 Extension D/A converter module CH4 Digital value D2100...
  • Page 144 (5) Setting procedure Connect GX Works2 to the master station to set up the settings. Create a project on GX Works2. For "PLC Series", select "QCPU (Q mode)" and for "PLC Type", select "Q10UDH". [Project]  [New...] Open the network parameter setting window and configure the settings as shown below. Project window ...
  • Page 145 CHAPTER 9 PROGRAMMING Open the CC IE Field Configuration window and set up the configuration and station number of a slave station as shown below. button Close the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Close with Reflecting the Setting] Open the refresh parameter setting window and configure the settings as shown below.
  • Page 146 Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. Project window  [Parameter]  [Network Parameter]  [Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]  button  Select the main D/A converter module in "List of stations".  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] Set "Method selection"...
  • Page 147 CHAPTER 9 PROGRAMMING (6) Program example Create the following programs with GX Works2. • Program for the main D/A converter module Main D/A converter module Set CH1 Digital value. Set CH2 Digital value. CH1 Output enable/disable flag CH2 Output enable/disable flag Check the alert output.
  • Page 148 • Program for the common parts Read Latest error code. Turn on Error clear request flag. Turn off Error clear request flag. Read Latest warning code. If the master station does not receive a response for several link scans from the D/A converter module, it is recognized as a cyclic transmission faulty station, resulting in the corresponding bit of the data link status of each station (SW00B0 to SW00B7) turning on.
  • Page 149: Chapter 10 Maintenance And Inspection

    CHAPTER 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION CHAPTER 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION There are no special inspection item as a D/A converter module; however, to maintain the best condition of the system, perform the inspection in accordance with the items described in the user's manual for the CPU module used.
  • Page 150 Memo...
  • Page 151: Chapter 11 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes errors that may occur while the D/A converter module is used, and those troubleshooting. 11.1 How to Check Error Codes and Alarm Codes Error codes can be checked by any of the following methods: •...
  • Page 152 In the window that appears (shown left), click button. In the window that appears (shown left), click button. The error history of the main D/A converter module and the extension module is displayed in "Execution Result". Item Storage contents Error and Solution Shows how to take the appropriate action for the error that has occurred.
  • Page 153 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING ● The error history registers 15 errors at a maximum. If 16 or more errors occur, errors are deleted from the oldest. ● If the same error occurs continuously, only the first error is stored to the error history. ●...
  • Page 154 (2) Checking by Latest error code (RWr0) Check the error with the remote register of the master/local module. [Online]  [Monitor]  [Device/Buffer Memory Batch] When the refresh target device for Latest error code (RWr0) is W1100 (3) Checking by Latest warning code (RWr1) Check the warning with the remote register of the master/local module.
  • Page 155: Error Code List

    CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.2 Error Code List This section describes error codes. Error codes are classified by error number as follows. Error code Classification Reference 0000H to 0FFFH, 1F00H to 1F40H, D529H, Errors relating to the main D/A converter module Page 153, Section 11.2.1 (1) D52BH Errors relating to the extension D/A converter...
  • Page 156 Error code Classification Error name Description and cause Action (hexadecimal) • To set the parameters of the non-volatile memory back to their default, change Parameter information clear request (address: 1002H) as follows: Not commanded Non-volatile (0)Commanded (1)Not commanded. The parameter data stored in the non-volatile 0130H Moderate error memory data error...
  • Page 157 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING Error code Classification Error name Description and cause Action (hexadecimal) The values set in CH1 Scaling lower limit value (address: 010FH) to CH4 Scaling upper limit Set a value within the range of -32000 to 32000 in Scaling setting out- value (address: 0116H) are out of the range of Moderate error...
  • Page 158 Error code Classification Error name Description and cause Action (hexadecimal) • Check the state of the external power supply of The external power supply monitoring function the extension output module. External power is enabled; however, the external power supply 1F20H Moderate error •...
  • Page 159 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING (2) Error code list (D000H to DFFFH (D529H and D52BH excluded)) While any of these errors occurs, the ERR. LED does not turn on. Based on the behavior of the D LINK LED at the occurrence of an error, the errors are classified into two types, each of which requires different troubleshooting.
  • Page 160: Extension D/a Converter Module

    11.2.2 Extension D/A converter module (1) Error code list (1000H to 1FFFH) The errors are classified into the following three types: Classification Description Major error This error is a sign that recovery is impossible, with the RUN LED turning off. This error is a sign that the module cannot continue to operate, with the ERR.
  • Page 161 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING Error code Classification Error name Description and cause Action (hexadecimal) • Poor contact of the extension analog module or the influence of noise is a possible cause. Extension analog The data received from the extension analog • If the error persists even after contact check and 1F50H Major error module receive...
  • Page 162: Alarm Code List

    11.3 Alarm Code List 11.3.1 Main D/A converter module Here is the list of alarm codes: Alarm code Category Alarm name Description and cause Action (hexadecimal) An alert is occurring.  indicates the number of the channel where an Adjust the digital value to fall within the range, and Alert alert has been issued.
  • Page 163: Checking The Leds

    CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.4 Checking the LEDs This section describes how to troubleshoot the system by the LEDs. For the troubleshooting using the LEDs of the extension I/O module, refer to the following:  CC-Link IE Field Network Remote I/O Module User's Manual For the troubleshooting using the LEDs of the extension A/D converter module, refer to the following: CC-Link IE Field Network Analog-Digital Converter Module User's Manual 11.4.1...
  • Page 164 (4) When the MODE LED turns off Check item Action When the main D/A converter module is in offset/gain setting, change the mode to Is the main D/A converter module in offset/gain setting mode? normal mode after the offset/gain setting is completed. If the MODE LED does not turn on even after the module power supply is turned on Does any hardware error occur? from off, the hardware failure is a possible cause.
  • Page 165 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING (7) When the L ER LED turns on Check item Action • Check if 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables are used. ( User's manual for the master/local module used) Are Ethernet cables normal? • Check if the station-to-station distance is 100m or less. •...
  • Page 166: Extension D/a Converter Module

    (10)When the ALM LED turns on or flashes (a) When the ALM LED turns on Check item Action Has an alert been output in the main D/A converter module? Check Alert output flag (RWrA). Has an alert been output in the extension D/A converter module? Check Alert output flag (RWr1A).
  • Page 167: Unit Test

    CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.5 Unit Test The purpose of a unit test is to check if there is any abnormality in the main D/A converter module. Power off the module. Connect the PORT1 and PORT2 connectors of the main D/A converter module with an Ethernet cable. Ethernet cable Set up the station number setting switch as follows: •...
  • Page 168: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    11.6 Troubleshooting by Symptom This section describes troubleshooting problem by problem. Troubleshooting by symptom is suitable for the case where modules fail to operate normally even though no error has occurred in the D/A converter module. If an error occurs in the D/A converter module, identify the cause of the error using the engineering tool.
  • Page 169 CHAPTER 11 TROUBLESHOOTING (3) When the output status of the extension output module differs from the link device status of the master station Check item Action Check that the following settings are not used in the external signal assignment function. Is the setting of the external signal assignment function •...
  • Page 170: Extension D/a Converter Module

    11.6.2 Extension D/A converter module (1) When the analog output value is not output Check item Action Is there any problem with the wiring, such as looseness or Identify the faulty area of signal lines by a visual check and a continuity check. disconnection of analog signal lines? Is the CPU module in the STOP status? Change the status of the CPU module to RUN.
  • Page 171: Appendices

    APPX APPENDICES Appendix 1 Details of Remote I/O Signals This section describes the details of the remote I/O signals for a master/local module. The described assignment of device numbers assumes that the remote I/O signals of D/A converter modules are assigned as follows: Signal name Main D/A converter module...
  • Page 172 (2) Initial data setting completed flag After writing parameter data to the remote buffer memory using the REMTO instruction, turn on Initial data setting request flag (RY9). Upon completion of the change of operating conditions, Initial data setting completed flag (RX9) turns on. For the remote buffer memory items that require Initial data setting request flag (RY9) to be turned on and off to enable written parameter data, refer to the following: (...
  • Page 173 APPX (3) Error flag In the event of a moderate error or a major error, Error flag (RXA) turns on. To clear Latest error code (RWr0), turn on and off Error clear request flag (RYA). • With a moderate error Controlled by the D/A converter module Controlled by the program Error occurred...
  • Page 174 (4) Remote READY This signal is used as an interlock condition when the master station reads/writes data to/from the remote register or remote buffer memory areas of the D/A converter module. Upon turning on the module power supply, remote READY (RXB) turns on. As Error flag (RXA) turns on, Remote READY (RXB) turns off.
  • Page 175 APPX (6) Alert output signal This signal turns on if a digital value falls into any of the following conditions even in one channel, of all the channels where D/A conversion is enabled: • Digital value > Alert output upper limit value •...
  • Page 176 (7) External power supply monitor status flag This signal turns on when the external power supply monitoring function is being activated by External power supply monitor request flag (RY1F). Controlled by the D/A converter module Changed by user Changed by user External power supply monitor request flag (RY1F) External power supply monitor...
  • Page 177 APPX (8) External power supply READY flag This signal indicates the state of the external power supply of the extension D/A converter module. (a) Behavior when the external power supply of the extension D/A converter module is in an off state External power supply READY flag (RX2F) remains off, and the RUN LED of the extension D/A converter module flashes.
  • Page 178: Appendix 1.2 Remote Output Signals

    Appendix 1.2 Remote output signals (1) Initial data setting request flag Turn on Initial data setting request flag (RY9) after writing parameter data to the remote buffer memory. Upon completion of the cahnge of operating conditions, Initial data setting completed flag (RX9) turns on. For the timing "OFFONOFF", refer to the following: •...
  • Page 179 APPX (3) CH Output enable/disable flag Set whether to output the D/A conversion value or the offset value for each channel. ON: D/A conversion value OFF: Offset value (a) D/A conversion period Regardless of turning on CH Output enable/disable flag (RY10 to RY13, RY20 to RY23) from off, the conversion period is fixed.
  • Page 180 (6) Alert output clear request flag Turn on and off this signal to clear an alert output. For the timing "OFFONOFF", refer to the following: • Alert output signal ( Page 173, Appendix 1.1 (6)) (a) Device number The device numbers of this output signal are as follows: Signal name Main D/A converter module Extension D/A converter module...
  • Page 181: Appendix 2 Details Of Remote Registers

    APPX Appendix 2 Details of Remote Registers This section describes the details of the remote registers for a master/local module. The described assignment of device numbers assumes that the remote registers of the main module are assigned to RWr0 to RWrF and RWw0 to RWwF. (1) Latest error code An error code is stored when a moderate error or major error occurs.
  • Page 182 (3) CH Set value check code When the set digital value is out of the setting range, the check code is stored. For details on the digital value range check function, refer to the following: • Digital Value Range Check Function ( Page 104, Section 8.11) The following table lists the check codes.
  • Page 183 APPX (4) Alert output flag Whether the upper limit value or the lower limit value causes the alert can be checked for each channel. For details on the alert output function, refer to the following: • Alert Output Function ( Page 106, Section 8.12) CH4 Lower CH4 Upper CH3 Lower...
  • Page 184 (5) CH Digital value On this area, the digital value for D/A conversion is written, in signed 16-bit binary, from the CPU module. When the scaling function is When the scaling function is disabled enabled Output range setting Digital value when a value out of Setting range (Actual range) Setting range the setting range is written...
  • Page 185 APPX (6) CH Shifting set value Set the shifting set value that is to be used for the shift function in signed 16-bit binary. The digital value with shift addition is D/A converted. For details on the shift function, refer to the following: •...
  • Page 186: Appendix 3 Details Of Remote Buffer Memory

    Appendix 3 Details of Remote Buffer Memory This section describes the details of remote buffer memory areas of the D/A converter module. (1) Mode switch Set the mode for all channels. Mode Setting value Normal mode Trigger output mode Automatical judgment mode Setting a value other than the above results in the error code (0730H) being stored in Latest error code (RWr0), Error flag (RXA) turning on, and the ERR.
  • Page 187 APPX (2) Trigger output signal assignment Assign Trigger output request (RY19) of the main D/A converter module to Remote input (RX) of the extension input module using the external signal assignment function. Turning on the assigned Remote input (RX) from off allows D/A conversion to be performed through the trigger output function.
  • Page 188 (3) Alert output signal assignment Assign Alert output signal (RX1E) of the main D/A converter module to Remote output (RY) of the extension output module using the external signal assignment function. As an alert occurs, the assigned Remote output (RY) turns on. (a) Setting range With the head of Remote output (RY) of the main D/A converter module as a starting point (0000H), set the number, which is counted from the head, of Remote output (RY) of the extension module.
  • Page 189 APPX (4) Error flag assignment Error flag (RXA) is assigned to Remote output (RY) of the extension output module using the external signal assignment function. When a moderate error or major error occurs, the assigned Remote output (RY) turns on. (a) Setting range With the head of Remote output (RY) of the main D/A converter module as a starting point (0000H), set the device number for Remote output (RY) of the connected extension output module.
  • Page 190 (5) Warning flag assignment Warning flag (RX7) is assigned to the remote output (RY) of the extension output module using the external signal assignment function. When a minor error occurs, the assigned Remote output (RY) turns on. (a) Setting range With the head of Remote output (RY) of the main D/A converter module as a starting point (0000H), set the device number for Remote output (RY) of the connected extension output module.
  • Page 191 APPX (6) Cyclic data update watch time setting This signal is used to set the time to monitor the data update interval of the cyclic transmission (watch time). A cyclic transmission stop state that persists over the cyclic data update watch time is regarded as being in disconnection, where the output status of the extension output module becomes HOLD or CLEAR according to Digital output HOLD/CLEAR setting (address: 0011H) and Analog output HOLD/CLEAR setting (address: 0104H).
  • Page 192 (7) Input response time setting Set the input response time of the extension input module. Input response time Setting value 1.0ms 1.5ms 10ms 20ms 70ms (a) Enabling the setting Turn on and off Initial data setting request flag (RY9) to enable the setting. (b) Default value The default value is 10ms (5H).
  • Page 193 APPX (8) Digital output HOLD/CLEAR setting Set the output HOLD/CLEAR of the extension output module. For the output HOLD/CLEAR setting function, refer to the following:  CC-Link IE Field Network Remote I/O Module User's Manual Digital output HOLD/CLEAR setting Setting value CLEAR HOLD (a) Enabling the setting...
  • Page 194 (10)Range setting Set the output range for each channel. b12 b11 b8 b7 Setting value Output range Main D/A converter module Extension D/A converter module 4 to 20mA 0 to 20mA 1 to 5V 0 to 5V -10 to 10V ...
  • Page 195 APPX (11)Analog output HOLD/CLEAR setting For each channel, set whether to hold or clear the analog output value when the CPU module was in the RUN status, in the event of the STOP status or an error. b12 b11 b8 b7 Analog output HOLD/CLEAR setting Setting value CLEAR...
  • Page 196 (13)CH Alert output upper limit value, CH Alert output lower limit value Set the upper and lower limit values of the alert output range. For details on the alert output function, refer to the following: • Alert Output Function ( Page 106, Section 8.12) (a) Setting range •...
  • Page 197 APPX (14)Scaling enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable scaling for each channel. For details on the scaling function, refer to the following: Scaling Function ( Page 95, Section 8.9) b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 CH2 CH1 0: Enabled...
  • Page 198 (15)CH Scaling lower limit value, CH Scaling upper limit value Set the range of scale conversion for each channel. For details on the scaling function, refer to the following: • Scaling Function ( Page 95, Section 8.9) (a) Setting range •...
  • Page 199 APPX (17)Error history data Up to 15 errors occurred in the module are stored. The following shows the contents stored in Error history 1 (address: 0A00H to 0A0FH). b8 b7 Error code 0A00H Number of chronological order 0A01H Last two digits of year 0A02H First two digits of year Month...
  • Page 200 (b) Remote buffer memory address The remote buffer memory addresses of this area are as follows: Remote buffer memory name Main D/A converter module Extension D/A converter module Error history data 0A00H to 0A0FH (18)Error history clear command This command is used to clear the error history stored in the nonvolatile memory b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1...
  • Page 201 APPX (19)Error history clear completed This remote buffer memory shows the error history clear completed status stored in the nonvolatile memory. b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 The values of b1 to b15 are fixed to 0. 0: Not performed 1: Completed (a) Behavior of error history clear...
  • Page 202 (20)Parameter area initialization command This command is used to set parameters in remote buffer memory areas and non-volatile memory to a default value. In the event of a non-volatile memory data error (parameter) (error code: 0130H), using this command makes it possible to recover the module.
  • Page 203 APPX (21)Parameter area initialization completed This memory shows whether the parameters stored in the non-volatile memory is cleared or not. b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 The values of b1 to b15 are fixed to 0. 0: Not performed 1: Completed (a) Behavior of parameter area initialization...
  • Page 204 (22)Module operation information initialization command This command is used to clear the module operation information stored in the non-volatile memory. Initialization of the module operation information is permitted provided that a non-volatile memory data error (module operation information) (error code: 0110H) occurs. b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1...
  • Page 205 APPX (23)Module operation information initialization completed This memory area shows whether the module operation information stored in the non-volatile memory is initialized or not. b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 The values of b1 to b15 are fixed to 0. 0: Not performed 1: Completed (a) Behavior of module operation information initialization...
  • Page 206: Appendix 4 I/o Conversion Characteristics Of D/a Conversion

    Appendix 4 I/O Conversion Characteristics of D/A Conversion The I/O conversion characteristics of D/A conversion are expressed by the slope of the straight line connecting the offset value and the gain value, both of which are used when a digital value written from the CPU module is converted to the corresponding analog output value (voltage or current output).
  • Page 207 APPX (3) Voltage output characteristics The following graph shows the voltage output characteristics. Practical Analog output analog value (V) output range -16000 -8000 8000 12000 16000 -16384 -288 12287 16383 Digital input value Output range setting Offset value Gain value Digital value Maximum resolution -10 to 10V...
  • Page 208 (4) Current output characteristics The following graph shows the current output characteristics. Practical Analog output analog value (mA) output range 6000 12000 -288 12287 Digital input value Output range setting Offset value Gain value Digital value Maximum resolution 4 to 20mA 20mA 1.66A 0 to 20mA...
  • Page 209: Appendix 5 Accuracy Of D/a Conversion

    APPX Appendix 5 Accuracy of D/A Conversion Accuracy of D/A conversion is the accuracy for the maximum value of analog output value. An output characteristic change caused by changing the offset/gain setting and the output range does not sacrifice the accuracy, which is maintained within the described range of the performance specifications.
  • Page 210: Appendix 6 Processing Time Of Cc-link Ie Field Network

    Appendix 6 Processing Time of CC-Link IE Field Network The processing time of CC-Link IE Field Network is the time taken for the D/A converter module to perform D/A conversion on a digital value written with the CPU module of the master station, and output the actual analog output value.
  • Page 211: Appendix 7 Emc And Low Voltage Directives

    "CE mark" on their products. (1) Sales representative in EU member states Authorized representative in EU member states is shown below. Name: Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV Address: Gothaer Strasse 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany Appendix 7.1 Measures to comply with the EMC Directive The EMC Directive specifies that "products placed on the market must be so constructed that they do not cause...
  • Page 212 (b) Immunity requirements Specification Test item Test details Standard value Immunity test in which EN61000-4-2 • 8kV Air discharge electrostatic is applied to the • 4kV Contact discharge Electrostatic discharge immunity cabinet of the equipment. 80% AM modulation@1kHz EN61000-4-3 Immunity test in which electric •...
  • Page 213 APPX (2) Installation in a control panel The module is open type devices and must be installed inside a control panel. This ensures safety as well as effective shielding of programmable controller-generated electromagnetic noise. (a) Control panel • Use a conductive control panel. •...
  • Page 214 (3) Cables Use shielded cables for the cables which are connected to the module and run out from the control panel. If a shielded cable is not used or not grounded correctly, the noise immunity will not meet the specified value. (a) Cables for the CC-Link IE Field Network The precautions for using CC-Link IE Field Network cables are as follows: •...
  • Page 215 APPX (4) External power supply • Use a CE-marked product for an external power supply and always ground the FG terminal. (External power supply used for the tests conducted by Mitsubishi: TDK-Lambda DLP-120-24-1, IDEC PS5R-SF24, PS5R- F24) • Use a power cable of 10m or shorter when connecting it to the module power supply terminal. (5) Others (a) Ferrite core A ferrite core has the effect of reducing radiated noise in the 30MHz to 100MHz band.
  • Page 216 (b) Noise filter (power supply line filter) A noise filter is a component which has an effect on conducted noise. Attaching the filter can suppress more noise. (The noise filter has the effect of reducing conducted noise of 10MHz or less.) Connect a noise filter to the external power supply of a main module and the external power supply of an extension module.
  • Page 217: Appendix 7.2 Requirements To Compliance With The Low Voltage Directive

    APPX Appendix 7.2 Requirements to compliance with the Low Voltage Directive The module operates at the rated voltage of 24VDC. The Low Voltage Directive is not applied to the modules that operate at the rated voltage of less than 50VAC and 75VDC.
  • Page 218: Appendix 8 How To Check Serial Number And Function Version

    Appendix 8 How to Check Serial Number and Function Version The serial number and the function version of the D/A converter module can be checked on the rating plate. Relevant regulation standards MODEL MAC address Serial number Function version 161010000000000-A SERIAL MADE IN JAPAN The extension D/A converter module does not have a MAC address.
  • Page 219: Appendix 9 Comparison With Nz2gf2b-60da4

    APPX Appendix 9 Comparison with NZ2GF2B-60DA4 Appendix 9.1 Comparison of performance specifications The following table shows the differences in the performance specifications between the NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 and the NZ2GF2B-60DA4. Item NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 NZ2GF2B-60DA4 24VDC (20.4 to 28.8VDC) 24VDC (20.4 to 28.8VDC) External power supply Inrush current: 39.0A, 1ms or lower...
  • Page 220: Appendix 9.3 About Replacement From Nz2gf2b-60da4 To Nz2gf2bn-60da4

    Hence, if the default value is left, using a master station that supports the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function results in the NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 operating in synchronous communication mode. To operate the NZ2GF2BN-60DA4 in normal mode, change the set value of its Mode switch (address: 0000H) to "0: Normal conversion mode".
  • Page 221: Appendix 10 External Dimensions

    APPX Appendix 10 External Dimensions Appendix 10.1 Main D/A converter module The following shows the external dimensions of the main D/A converter module. DIN rail center (74.5) (Unit: mm) Appendix 10.2 Extension D/A converter module The following shows the external dimensions of the extension D/A converter module. DIN rail center (74.5) (Unit: mm)
  • Page 222: Index

    INDEX Symbols ......20,22 DIN rail hook ......56 DIN rail stopper .
  • Page 223 ....... 20 ......192 L ER LED Range setting .
  • Page 224: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-081452-D 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 225: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the sales representative or Mitsubishi Service Company.
  • Page 226: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan. The company names, system names and product names mentioned in this manual are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.   In some cases, trademark symbols such as ' ' or ' ' are not specified in this manual.
  • Page 228 SH(NA)-081453ENG-D(1707)MEE MODEL: CCIEF-N-DA-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JX27 HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for service transaction permission.

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