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Type Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11
CC-Link System Master/Local Interface Board
User's Manual (For SW1DNC-CCBD2-B)
-Q80BD-J61BT11N
-Q81BD-J61BT11

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  • Page 1 Type Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 CC-Link System Master/Local Interface Board User's Manual (For SW1DNC-CCBD2-B) -Q80BD-J61BT11N -Q81BD-J61BT11...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

     SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  (Be sure to read these instructions before using the product.) Before using this product, read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and handle the product correctly with full attention to safety. Note that these precautions apply only to this product.
  • Page 4: Installation Precautions

    [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION  Do not bunch the control wires or communication cables with the main circuit or power wires, or install them close to each other. They should be installed 100mm (3.94 in.) or more from each other. Not doing so could result in noise that may cause malfunction. [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ...
  • Page 5: Wiring Precautions

    [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION  Do not drop the board and the terminal block or subject it to any excessive shock. It may damage the board and the terminal block or result in malfunction. [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION  Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before installing or removing the board and wiring.
  • Page 6 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION  Always make sure to power off the system in advance when removing the terminating resistor to charge the system. If the terminating resistor is removed and mounted while the system is energized, normal data transmission will not be guaranteed. ...
  • 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; and 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: Revisions

    REVISIONS The manual number is written at the bottom left of the back cover. Print date Manual number Revision Jun., 2005 SH (NA)-080527ENG-A First Printing Nov., 2005 SH (NA)-080527ENG-B Correction Section 2.2.1, Section 8.4.1, Section 8.4.3, Chapter 9, Section 17.1.1 Jun., 2006 SH (NA)-080527ENG-C Correction...
  • Page 9 Manual number Revision May, 2008 SH (NA)-080527ENG-G Model addition Q81BD-J61BT11 Correction Precautions for use, Generic Terms and Abbreviations, Product List, Section 1.1, Section 1.3, Section 2.1, Section 2.2.1, Section 2.2.2, Section 2.2.3, Section 2.2.4, Section 3.1, Section 3.2, Section 4.4.7, Section 5.2, Section 8.3, Section 8.4.1, Section 8.4.3, Section 8.4.4, Section 8.6,...
  • Page 10 The manual number is written at the bottom left of the back cover. Print date Manual number Revision Dec., 2010 SH (NA)-080527ENG-M Correction Section 2.2.1 May, 2011 SH (NA)-080527ENG-N Correction Precautions for use, Manuals, Product List, Appendix 2.3, Appendix 7.2 Mar., 2012 SH (NA)-080527ENG-O Correction...
  • Page 11 The manual number is written at the bottom left of the back cover. Print date Manual number Revision Sep., 2013 SH (NA)-080527ENG-R Correction SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, MANUALS, HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL, GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS, Section 1.1, Section 2.1, Section 2.3, Section 3.2.1, Section 3.4, Section , Section 4.3.4, Section 4.4.5, Chapter 5, Section 5.1 to 5.6, Section 6.1, Section 6.2.1, Section 6.2.2, Section 6.3.1, Section 6.3.2, Section 6.4.1, Section 6.4.2, Section Chapter 7, Section 7.1 to 7.3,...
  • Page 12 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 13 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE (1) Restrictions for functions depending on the personal computer or the operating system There are some restrictions for the functions or supported versions depending on the operating system or personal computer to be used. For the operating environment, refer to Section 2.5.
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Interface Board. Please read this manual and related manuals thoroughly to fully understand the functions and performances of the Type Q80BD-J61BT11N, Q81BD-J61BT11 CC-Link System Master/Local Interface Board in order to use the product properly. Please be sure to deliver this manual to the end users.
  • Page 15 4.3 Functions for Improving System Reliability .................... 4-22 4.3.1 Disconnecting a data link faulty station and continuing the data link with only normal stations (slave station disconnect function) ....................4-22 4.3.2 Automatically reconnecting a disconnected data link faulty station when it returns to normal (auto return function) ........................
  • Page 16 6.4 Parameter Setting Examples (Remote Net Additional Mode) ............... 6- 9 6.4.1 Master station network parameter settings ..................6- 9 6.4.2 Local station network parameter settings ..................6-10 6.5 Status Difference Between a Master Station and a Slave Station at an Error ........6-11 7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE 7- 1 to 7- 4 7.1 Installation and Uninstallation Precautions ....................
  • Page 17 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION 11- 1 to 11-16 11.1 When Using the Remote Net Ver.1 Mode ..................11- 1 11.1.1 Configuring a System ........................11- 1 11.1.2 Setting the master station ......................11- 2 (1) Switch setting (channel No.
  • Page 18 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) 13- 1 to 13-12 13.1 Configuring a System ......................... 13- 1 13.2 Setting the Master Station ........................13- 2 13.2.1 Switch setting (channel No. setting) .................... 13- 2 13.2.2 Parameter settings ........................13- 3 13.3 Setting up the intelligent device station ....................
  • Page 19 16.4 Troubleshooting for Board and Driver ....................16-14 16.4.1 Board WDT error .......................... 16-14 16.4.2 Driver WDT error .......................... 16-14 16.4.3 When the RUN LED on the CC-Link Ver.2 board is flashing ............. 16-15 16.5 CC-Link System Troubleshooting ...................... 16-16 16.5.1 Verification of problem occurrence ....................
  • Page 20 Appendix 18.1 Requirements for Conformance to EMC Directive ............App-85 Appendix 18.2 Requirements for Conformance to Low Voltage Directive .......... App-90 Appendix 19 External Dimensions ......................App-91 Appendix 19.1 Q80BD-J61BT11N ......................App-91 Appendix 19.2 Q81BD-J61BT11 ......................App-92 INDEX Index- 1 to Index- 3 A - 18...
  • Page 21: Manuals

    MANUALS The following are the manuals related to this product. Refer to the following tables when ordering required manuals. Relevant Manuals Manual Number Manual Name (Model Code) MELSEC-Q CC-Link System Master/ Local Module User's Manual SH-080394 This Manual explains system configuration, Performance specifications, functions, handling, wiring and (13JR64) troubleshooting for Q series master/local module.
  • Page 22: How To Use This Manual

    HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL The following lists the key items that represent the main usage of the CC-Link Ver.2 board by the purpose. Please use the following key items to refer to the appropriate section of this manual. (1) To learn about the features of the CC-Link Ver.2 board (Chapter 1) The features are described in Chapter 1.
  • Page 23: Generic Terms And Abbreviations

    GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS This manual uses the following generic terms and abbreviations to describe the Model Q80BD- J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 CC-Link System Master/Local Interface Board, unless otherwise specified. Generic term/abbreviation Description of generic term/abbreviation Generic term for the Type A80BDE-J61BT11 CC-Link System Master/Local Interface Board and the Type CC-Link Ver.1 board...
  • Page 24: Packing List

    PACKING LIST The following shows the product list of the CC-Link Ver.2 board. Item name Quantity CC-Link system master/local interface board Terminal resistor 110Ω, 1/2 W (brown-brown-brown) Terminal resistor 130Ω, 1/2 W (brown-orange-brown ) Software package (CD-ROM) Before Using the Product Software License Agreement 1: The manual is stored on the CD-ROM in a PDF file format.
  • Page 25: Overview

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC 1 OVERVIEW The CC-Link system connects distributed modules such as an I/O module and a special functional module using CC-Link dedicated cables so that these modules can be controlled by the programmable controller CPU. (1) By distributing each module to facility equipment such as a conveyor line and a machine device, the entire system can be connected in the most efficient manner.
  • Page 26: Features Of The Cc-link Ver.2 Board

    (Refer to Appendix 7) (4) PCI/PCI Express is applicable. For Q80BD-J61BT11N, PCI is applicable. For Q81BD-J61BT11, PCI Express is applicable. (5) Parameters can easily be set. The parameters necessary for the operation of the CC-Link system can easily be set with a CC-Link Ver.2 utility program;...
  • Page 27: Features Of The Cc-link System

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC 1.2 Features of the CC-Link System This section explains the features of the CC-Link System. (1) Remote I/O station communication The on/off status of a switch or indicator lamp is communicated using the remote input RX and remote output RY. Personal computer Master station Remote I/O station...
  • Page 28 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (3) Local station communication The communication between the master station and the local station uses two types of transmission methods: cyclic transmission and transient transmission. (a) Cyclic transmission Data communication between stations can be performed in N : N mode using bit data (remote input RX and remote output RY) and word data (remote registers RWw and RWr).
  • Page 29 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (4) Intelligent device station communication The communication between the master station and the intelligent device station uses two types of transmission methods: cyclic transmission and transient transmission. (a) Cyclic transmission Handshaking signals with the intelligent device station (positioning start, positioning end, etc.) are communicated using the remote input RX and remote output RY.
  • Page 30 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (5) System down prevention (Slave station disconnect function) Even if a module system fails because of power failure or power off, it will not affect the communication with other normal modules since the system employs the bus connection method. Also, for a module using a 2-piece terminal block, the module can be replaced during data link.
  • Page 31 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (8) Standby master function This function enables the data link to continue working by switching to a standby master station (backup station for the master station) if a malfunction occurs in the master station. POINT The personal computer can be set as a standby master station only when the master station is also a personal computer.
  • Page 32 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (10) Reserve station function Stations that are not actually connected (stations to be connected in the future) will not be treated as faulty stations if they are specified as reserve stations. Stations that will be connected in the future (Reserve station) Station number 4 Master...
  • Page 33 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC (12) Data link stop/restart function The data link can be stopped and restarted while it is being used. (13) Duplicate station number check function This is a transmission method by which data communications are available between 1:1stations at any given timing by specifying a target station. (14) Transient transmission In this method of transmission, a counterpart is specified and 1:1 communication is performed at an arbitrary timing.
  • Page 34 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC MEMO 1 - 10 1 - 10...
  • Page 35: System Configuration

    MELSEC 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION This chapter explains the system configuration of the CC-Link. 2.1 System Configuration Using CC-Link Ver.2 Board Installed Connection Connection CC-Link CC-Link dedicated cable system Q80BD-J61BT11N Personal computer Q81BD-J61BT11 Installed SW0DNC-CCBD2-B 2 - 1 2 - 1...
  • Page 36: Notes On The System Configuration

    The following table shows the combination availability for the master station and standby master station in the system configuration. RJ61BT11 QJ61BT11 Standby master station LJ61BT11 AJ61BT11 Q80BD-J61BT11N A80BD-J61BT11 L26CPU-BT A1SJ61BT11 Q81BD-J61BT11 A80BD-J61BT13 AJ61QBT11 L26CPU-PBT A1SJ61QBT11 QJ61BT11N Ver.2 Additional Ver.1 Ver.2 Additional Ver.1...
  • Page 37 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC (b) During momentary power failure of the remote I/O modules When a momentary power failure occurs in the power being supplied to the remote I/O modules (24 V DC), an erroneous input may occur. [Cause for erroneous inputs due to a momentary power failure] The remote I/O module hardware uses the power by internally converting the module power (24 V DC) to 5 V DC.
  • Page 38: Operating Environment

    For Q80BD-J61BT11N PCI bus computer specifications  Compliant with PCI standard Rev.2.2 (5V DC, 32-bit bus, Reference clock : 33MHz) For Q81BD-J61BT11 PCI Express  Compliant with PCI Express standard Rev.1.0a (3.3 V DC, Link width : 1lane, Reference specifications...
  • Page 39 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC (1) Instructions for personal computer (a) PCI standard When a personal computer which is not compliant with the PCI or PCI Express standard is used, troubles caused by failures such as a contact failure or operation error may occur. For details on the number of boards that can be installed, installation slot and occupied slots, refer to Section 3.2.
  • Page 40 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC (2) Instructions for operating system (a) Supported version of SW1DNC-CCBD2-B Supported version Operating system Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Windows 10 1.19V or later Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 1.15R or later Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 1.13P or later Windows 7 (64-bit version), 1.11M or later...
  • Page 41 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC (e) The functions cannot be used If an attempt is made to use any of the following functions, this product may not operate normally. • Activating the application with Windows compatible mode. • Simplified user switch-over •...
  • Page 42 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC (3) Instructions for user program (a) Supported version of SW1DNC-CCBD2-B User program Supported version 32-bit version user program All versions Version 1.11M or later 64-bit version user program 1: Programs can be created and executed on the 64-bit version operating system. 2: Programs can be created on the 32-bit version operating system, however, the following dialog box appears and cannot be executed.
  • Page 43: Specifications

    3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC 3 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter explains the specifications of CC-Link Ver.2 board. 3.1 General Specifications The following table shows the general specifications of CC-Link Ver.2 board. Item Specification Operating ambient temperature 0 to 55 Storage ambient temperature -25 to 75 Operating ambient humidity 5 to 95 % RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity...
  • Page 44: Performance Specifications

    Table 3.1 Performance specifications Specification Item Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Transmission rate Can select from 156 kbps / 625 kbps / 2.5 Mbps / 5 Mbps / 10 Mbps Overall cable distance Varies according to the transmission rate (Refer to Section 3.2.2, 3.2.3)
  • Page 45 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC 1: The link points shown above apply to the use in the remote net ver.1 mode. Refer to Table 3.2 for those in the remote net ver.2 mode, remote additional mode. 2: Ver.1.10-compatible CC-Link dedicated cables, CC-Link dedicated cables (Ver.1.00) and CC-Link dedicated high- performance cables cannot be used together.
  • Page 46: Maximum Number Of Connected Modules

    Maximum 26 Local station Local station Personal Local station Local station computer Personal computer RJ61BT11 Q80BD-J61BT11N LJ61BT11 A1SJ61QBT11 A1SJ61BT11 Q81BD-J61BT11 L26CPU-BT Q80BD-J61BT11N A80BDE-J61BT11 AJ61QBT11 AJ61BT11 L26CPU-PBT Q81BD-J61BT11 A80BDE-J61BT13 QJ61BT11(N) Terminal resistor (required) CC-Link dedicated cable Maximum 26 Maximum 42 Maximum 64...
  • Page 47 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC (2) Remote net ver.2 mode, remote net additional mode a: The total number of ver.1 compatible slave {(a + a2 + a4 + a8) stations that occupy 1 station, and ver.2 + (b + b2 + b4 + b8) compatible slave stations that occupy 1 station Condition 1 + (c + c2 + c4 + c8)
  • Page 48: Maximum Overall Cable Distance (for Ver.1.00)

    3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC 3.2.2 Maximum overall cable distance (for Ver.1.00) The relationship between the transmission speed and the maximum overall cable distance is described below: (1) For a system consisting of only remote I/O stations and remote device stations Remote I/O station Remote I/O station Remote I/O station Remote I/O station...
  • Page 49 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC (Example) When the transmission rate is 10 Mbps, and 43 remote I/O stations and remote device stations are connected using the CC-Link dedicated high performance cable, because the cable connecting the second and third stations is "35 cm (13.78 in.)", the maximum overall cable distance will be "80 cm (31.5 in.)".
  • Page 50: Maximum Overall Cable Distance (for Ver.1.10)

    3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC 3.2.3 Maximum overall cable distance (for Ver.1.10) The relation of the transmission speed and maximum overall cable distance when configuring the entire system with Version 1.10 modules and cable is shown below. Local station or Local station or Remote I/O station Remote I/O station Master station...
  • Page 51: Buffer Memory List

    3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC 3.4 Buffer Memory List "Buffer memory" is a memory area used for data transfer between the user program and the CC-Link Ver.2 board. The data of the buffer memory return to their defaults when the CC-Link Ver.2 board is reset by powering OFF the PC or resetting the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility.
  • Page 52 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC Address Availability Read/write Item Description Reference Master Local possibility Hexadecimal Decimal station station For the master station: Stores the send data to the remote device/all local/ Write only — intelligent device/standby master stations. Remote register For the local station: Stores the send data to (RWw) 01E0...
  • Page 53 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC Address Availability Read/write Item Description Reference Master Local possibility Hexadecimal Decimal station station For the master station: Stores the input status from the remote/local/ 4000 16384 — Ver.2 compatible intelligent device/standby Read only remote input (RX) master stations. 41FF 16895 For the local station:...
  • Page 54 3 SPECIFICATIONS MELSEC MEMO 3 - 12 3 - 12...
  • Page 55: Functions

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4 FUNCTIONS This chapter explains the functions of the CC-Link Ver.2 board, dividing them into four sections: "Basic Functions," "Functions for Improving System Reliability," "Useful Functions" and "Transient Transmission Function." 4.1 Function List (1) Table 4.1 lists the basic functions. Table 4.1 List of the basic functions Item Description...
  • Page 56 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (3) Table 4.3 lists the useful functions. Table 4.3 List of the useful functions Item Description Reference section By assigning modules that will be connected in the future as reserved stations, these will not be treated as data link faulty stations.
  • Page 57: Basic Functions

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.2 Basic Functions This section explains the basic functions of the CC-Link Ver.2 board. 4.2.1 Communication with remote I/O stations The following explains an overview of the communication between the master station and a remote I/O station. In the communication with the remote I/O station, the on/off information of the switches and indicator lamps are communicated via the remote input RX and remote output RY.
  • Page 58 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Remote input] 2) The input status of each of the remote I/O stations is automatically stored (for each link scan) in the master station's "remote input RX" buffer memory. 3) The program uses the mdReceive function to read the input status stored in the "remote input RX"...
  • Page 59: Communication With The Remote Device Stations

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.2.2 Communication with the remote device stations This section explains an overview of the communication between the master station and the remote device station. In the communication with the remote device station, the handshaking signals with the remote device station (initial data processing request flag, error reset request flag, etc.) are communicated using the remote input RX and remote output RY.
  • Page 60 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Data link startup] 1) When the personal computer is powered on, the CC-Link system starts up in accordance with the network parameters set by the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. [Remote input] 2) The remote input RX of each of the remote device stations is automatically stored (for each link scan) in the master station's "remote input RX"...
  • Page 61 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Remote output] 4) The program uses the mdSend function to write the on/off information to the "remote output RX" buffer memory. 5) The remote output RY is automatically set to on/off (for each link scan) according to the output status stored in the "remote output RY" buffer memory. Remote device station Remote device station Personal computer...
  • Page 62 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Writing to the remote register RWw] 6) The program uses the mdSend function to write the transmission data to the "remote register RWw" buffer memory. 7) The data stored in the "remote register RWw" buffer memory is automatically sent to the remote register RWw of each remote device station.
  • Page 63 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Reading from the remote register (RWr)] 8) The remote register RWr data of each of the remote device stations is automatically stored in the "remote register Rwr" buffer memory of the master station. 9) The program uses the mdReceive function to read the remote register RWr data of the remote device stations stored in the "remote register RWr"...
  • Page 64: Communication With The Local Stations

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.2.3 Communication with the local stations The following explains an overview of the communication between the master station and the local stations. (1) Communication between the master station and the local stations by cyclic transmission The data communication between programmable controller CPUs and personal computers can be performed in n:n mode using the remote input RX and remote output RY (bit information used in local station systems) as well as the remote register RWw and remote register RWr (word information for writing and reading...
  • Page 65 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Data link startup] 1) When the personal computer is powered on, the CC-Link system automatically starts up in accordance with the network parameters set by the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. [On/off information from a local station to the master station or another local station] 2) The on/off information of the CPU device set with automatic refresh parameters is stored in the "remote output RY"...
  • Page 66 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [On/off information from the master station to the local stations] 6) The program uses the mdSend function to write the on/off information to the "remote output RY" buffer memory of the master station. 7) The information in the "remote output RY" buffer memory is automatically stored (for each link scan) in the "remote input RX"...
  • Page 67 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Word information from the master station to all local stations] 9) The program uses the mdSend function to write the word information to the "remote register RWw" buffer memory of the master station. The remote register RWw is used as the word information for writing to be used by local station systems.
  • Page 68 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Word information from a local station to the master station and another local station] 12) The word information set with automatic refresh parameters is stored in the "remote register RWw" buffer memory of a local station. However, it can only be stored in the area corresponding to the station number of the own station.
  • Page 69 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (2) Communication between the master station and the local station by transient transmission The transient transmission is a transmission method that sends and receives data in 1 : 1 mode by designating the opposite station at an arbitrary timing. [When writing data to the buffer memory of the local station and the CPU device using the mdSend function] 1) The program uses the mdSend function to write data from the master station to...
  • Page 70: Communication With The Intelligent Device Station

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.2.4 Communication with the intelligent device station The following explains an overview of the communication between the master station and the intelligent device station. (1) Communication between the master station and the intelligent device station by cyclic transmission Handshaking signals with the intelligent device station (positioning complete, positioning start.
  • Page 71 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Data link startup] 1) When the personal computer is powered on, the CC-Link system automatically starts up in accordance with the network parameters set by the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. [Remote input] 2) The remote input RX of the intelligent device station is automatically stored (for each link scan) in the "remote input RX"...
  • Page 72 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Remote output] 4) The program uses the mdSend function to write the on/off information to the "remote output RY" buffer memory. 5) The remote output RY of the intelligent device station is automatically set to on/off (for each link scan) according to the output status stored in the "remote output RY"...
  • Page 73 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Writing to the remote register RWw] 6) The program uses the mdSend function to write the sending data to the "remote register RWw" buffer memory. 7) The data stored in the "remote register RWw" buffer memory is automatically sent to the remote register RWw of the intelligent device station.
  • Page 74 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC [Reading from the remote register RWr] 8) The remote register RWr data of the intelligent device station is automatically stored in the "remote register Rwr" buffer memory of the master station. 9) The program uses the mdReceive function to read the remote register RWr data of the intelligent device station stored in the "remote register RWr"...
  • Page 75 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (2) Communication between the master station and the intelligent device station by transient transmission The transient transmission is a transmission method that sends and receives data in 1 : 1 mode by designating an opposite station at an arbitrary timing. [When writing data to the buffer memory of the intelligent device station using the mdSend function] 1) The program uses the mdSend function to write data from the master station...
  • Page 76: Functions For Improving System Reliability

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3 Functions for Improving System Reliability This section explains how to use the functions for improving the reliability of the CC- Link system. 4.3.1 Disconnecting a data link faulty station and continuing the data link with only normal stations (slave station disconnect function) This function disconnects any of the remote stations, local stations, intelligent device stations, and standby master station if it has become data link faulty due to power off...
  • Page 77: Automatically Reconnecting A Disconnected Data Link Faulty Station When It Returns To Normal (auto Return Function)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3.2 Automatically reconnecting a disconnected data link faulty station when it returns to normal (auto return function) This function allows any of the remote stations, local stations, intelligent device stations, and standby master station that has been disconnected from the data link due to power off or other cause to automatically reconnect to the data link when it returns to the normal status.
  • Page 78: Retaining The Device Status Of A Data Link Faulty Station (setting The Input Data Status From A Data Link Faulty Station)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3.3 Retaining the device status of a data link faulty station (setting the input data status from a data link faulty station) This function sets the input (reception) data status from a data link faulty station. (1) Target input (reception) data The following shows the target buffer memory areas.
  • Page 79: Continuing The Data Link Even When The Master Station Is Faulty (standby Master Function)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3.4 Continuing the data link even when the master station is faulty (standby master function) This function enables the data link to continue by switching a faulty master station to a standby master station (i.e. a backup station for the master station). Note that, even if the master station has been restored, automatic switching from the standby master station to the master station is not performed.
  • Page 80 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (1) Overview of link data transmission when the standby master function is used The following provides an overview of link data transmission when the standby master function is used. (a) "Master station output" while the master station is controlling the data link Standby master station Station number 1 Master station...
  • Page 81 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (c) "Standby master station output" when the master station is down and the standby master station is controlling the data link Standby master station Master station Station number: 1 Remote Remote Remote Remote Remote I/O station input RX output RY input RX output RY...
  • Page 82 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (2) Setting method The setting is performed at <<Parameter settings>> in the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. Refer to Section 8.2.5 for details. (a) Setting the master station 1) Set the "Sta.No." and "Type" in <<Parameter settings>>. Sta.No.: 0 Type: Master station 2) Set the "Standby master station"...
  • Page 83 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (b) Setting the standby master station Set the same "Standby master station number" as the one set in the master station to "Sta. No." in <<Parameter settings>> and set "Standby master station" for "Type". For "Mode setting", select the same mode as the one set in "Mode setting" of the master station.
  • Page 84 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (3) Notes on using the standby master function (a) Only one standby master station is allowed in a single data link system. (b) The total number of stations can be no more than 64, including the standby master station.
  • Page 85 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC If the terminal block of the master station is removed and then replaced in its original position without turning the power off while the master station is controlling the data link, both the master and standby master stations will attempt to operate as master stations and an error will occur.
  • Page 86 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (4) Special link relays/registers (SB and SW) related to the standby master function The following explains the special link relays and registers related to the standby master function. They are stored in the buffer memory. (a) Special link relays (SB) The special link relays (SB) relating to the standby master function are as follows: The numeric values in parentheses in the number column indicate buffer...
  • Page 87 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (5) Program example when the standby master function is used The following shows a program example when the standby master function is used. void Change_StanbyMaster() short Counter; // General counter short StNo; // Station number unsigned short DevType;...
  • Page 88 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC printf("Press any key\n"); getch(); mdClose(path); exit(0); //Turn on SB1 (switching request) StNo = 0xFF; //Set the station number DevType = 5; //Set the device type (SB: equivalent to special M) DevNo = 0x1; //Set the device number ret=mdDevRst(path,StNo,DevType,DevNo);...
  • Page 89: Monitoring The Operation Of The Software (operating System, Driver) Inside The Hardware (driver Wdt Function)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3.5 Monitoring the operation of the software (operating system, driver) inside the hardware (Driver WDT function) Driver WDT function monitors the operation of the software (operating system, driver) inside the hardware by the timer function on CC-Link Ver.2 board. When the driver cannot reset the timer of the board within the specified driver WDT monitoring time, CC-Link Ver.2 board detects driver WDT error.
  • Page 90: Station-based Block Data Assurance Function

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.3.6 Station-based block data assurance function The block data assurance per station setting refers to a prevention of separating cyclic data to new data and old data. Cyclic data may be separated between new and old data depending on the timing of the link refresh.
  • Page 91 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (2) Access method for link devices The access method varies from the user program to the link device depending on the setting of block data assurance per station. (a) In the case of block data assurance per station is disabled Accessing (reading/writing) the data from the user program is directly carried out with respect to the link device of CC-Link Ver.2 board.
  • Page 92 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (b) In the case of block data assurance per station is enabled The data is accessed (read/write) from the user program with respect to the CC-Link Ver.2 board driver buffer, and the data of CC-Link Ver.2 board driver buffer and CC-Link Ver.2 board link device will be updated by a link refresh.
  • Page 93 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (3) Link refresh The link refresh is executed between the link device and the CC-Link Ver.2 board driver buffer. In order to execute the link refresh, set the block data assurance per station setting and the link refresh cycle at <<Parameter settings>> ("Other settings" screen) in the CC-Link Ver.2 utility.
  • Page 94: Useful Functions

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4 Useful Functions This section explains some useful functions for the CC-Link Ver.2 board. 4.4.1 Creating a program that contains modules to be added in the future (reserved station function) This function prevents any of the remote stations, local stations, intelligent device stations and standby master station that is not actually connected (but that will be connected in the future) from being treated as a "data link faulty station"...
  • Page 95: Powering Off A Station In Operation Without Detecting An Error (error Invalid Station Setting Function)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4.2 Powering off a station in operation without detecting an error (error invalid station setting function) By setting network parameter, this function prevents any of the remote stations, local stations, intelligent device stations and standby master station that is powered off in the system configuration from being treated as a "data link faulty station"...
  • Page 96: Checking Operations For Each Station (data Link Stop/restart)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4.3 Checking operations for each station (data link stop/restart) The circuit test (Hardware), circuit test (Software) and a Network test can be performed in the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. For more details, refer to Section 8.2.8. 4.4.4 Station number duplicate check This function checks whether or not multiple modules with the same station number exist in the system when the master station is started up.
  • Page 97: Multiple Cpu System Support

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4.5 Multiple CPU system support By setting the logical station number using the CC-Link Ver.2 utility, any CPU of a multiple CPU system in which a RJ61BT11/LJ61BT11/L26CPU-BT/L26CPU-PBT/ QJ61BT11(N) is installed can be accessed by a personal computer in which a CC-Link Ver.2 board is installed.
  • Page 98: Reducing The Reserved Points Of The Remote I/o Stations (remote I/o Station Points Setting)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4.6 Reducing the reserved points of the remote I/O stations (Remote I/O station points setting) The points of each remote I/O station can be set to 8, 16 or 32 points. Therefore, only the points used for I/O need to be allocated for the remote devices in the CC-Link system and unused points can be reduced.
  • Page 99: Increasing The Number Of Cyclic Points (remote Net Ver.2 Mode, Remote Net Additional Mode)

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.4.7 Increasing the number of cyclic points (Remote net ver.2 mode, Remote net additional mode) This function increases the number of cyclic points in the CC-Link system. When increasing the number of cyclic points, select one from the following two modes. Remote net ver.2 mode ....
  • Page 100 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC (1) Remote net ver.2 mode This mode is designed to configure a new system. The number of cyclic points can be increased as indicated below. Per station, Max. RX/RY: 128 points, RWw/RWr: 32 points (In the case of 1 station occupied with octuple setting) Per CC-Link system, Max.
  • Page 101 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC Remote net additional mode This mode is designed to be used when a CC-Link Ver.2 compatible slave station is added to the existing CC-Link Ver.1 system. The program of the existing system can be used as is. Local station Remote device station Remote device station...
  • Page 102 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC POINT (1) Set Ver.1 compatible slave stations to the smaller station numbers, and Ver.2 compatible slave stations to greater station numbers. In the previous page example, the Ver.2 compatible slave stations are added to after station No. 4 since the existing CC-Link Ver.1 system uses up to No. 3. (2) The remote net additional mode assumes that the Ver.2 compatible slave stations are added to the existing CC-Link Ver.1 system.
  • Page 103 RJ61BT11 A80BDE-J61BT11, Slave station LJ61BT11 A80BDE-J61BT13, L26CPU-BT QJ61BT11 L26CPU-PBT AJ61BT11, Remote station Q80BD-J61BT11N A1SJ61BT11, Intelligent device station Q81BD-J61BT11 AJ61QBT11, QJ61BT11N A1SJ61QBT11 Remote Standby Standby master Remote device Local Local station master station station station station station Ver.2...
  • Page 104 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 2: When the master station is the remote net additional mode and the local station is the remote net ver.2 mode, data in other stations can be checked as shown below. Local station Standby master station Local station Local station additional mode additional mode...
  • Page 105 (b) Whether send/receive is enabled or not The following table indicates whether send/receive of cyclic data is enabled or not. RJ61BT11 LJ61BT11 L26CPU-BT Receive station L26CPU-PBT Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 QJ61BT11N Master station Ver.2 mode Additional mode Ver.1 mode Ver.2 mode Send station Ver.2 Ver.1...
  • Page 106 RJ61BT11 LJ61BT11 L26CPU-BT A80BDE-J61BT11 A80BDE-J61BT11 A80BDE-J61BT13 L26CPU-PBT Intelligent device Remote device Remote QJ61BT11 QJ61BT11 Q80BD-J61BT11N station station I/O station Q81BD-J61BT11 QJ61BT11N Local station Master station Local station Additional mode Ver1 mode Ver.1 Ver.1 Ver.2 Ver.1 Ver.2 Ver.1 Ver.1 Ver.2 Ver.1 Ver.2...
  • Page 107 4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC The following table indicates whether send/receive of transient data is enabled or not. Intelligent device Receive station Master station Local station station Ver.2 Additional Ver.1 Ver.2 Additional Ver.1 Ver.2 Ver.1 Send station mode mode mode mode mode mode mode mode...
  • Page 108: Transient Transmission Functions

    4 FUNCTIONS MELSEC 4.5 Transient Transmission Functions The following explains the transient transmission functions. 4.5.1 Performing transient transmission (functions) The following functions can be used for transient transmission. Target station Instruction Description Reads data from the buffer memory of the designated mdReceive station or the programmable controller CPU device of the Master station,...
  • Page 109: Procedure Before Starting The Data Link

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK This chapter explains the operating procedures required before starting the CC-Link Ver.2 board operation as well as the names and settings of the CC-Link Ver.2 board components, the wiring method, and how to perform hardware tests.
  • Page 110: Component Names And Settings

    Shows the CC-Link Ver.2 board status or communication status. Refer to (1) in this section Connects CC-Link dedicated cables for data link. Terminal block (2-piece terminal block) for data link Master board Q80BD-J61BT11N Local module Remote module Q81BD-J61BT11 Board top Terminal Terminal resistor resistor CC-Link CC-Link dedicated cable dedicated cable Channel No.
  • Page 111 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC (1) Indicator LED Display the operating status of the CC-Link Ver.2 board status. ERR. (a) When the RUN LED is ON or OFF The same LED display as a network module. Name Status Description Operating normally...
  • Page 112: Installation

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.3 Installation This section explains the handling precautions and installation environment of the CC- Link Ver.2 board. 5.3.1 Precautions on handling the CC-Link Ver.2 board The following explains the handling precautions of the CC-Link Ver.2 board: ...
  • Page 113: Board Installation

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.3.3 Board installation The following flowchart shows the board installation procedure. Start ↓ Power OFF Power OFF the personal computer. ↓ Remove the terminal block • • • Section 5.4.2 (1) Mounting and removing Remove the terminal block from the board.
  • Page 114: Setting Channel Numbers

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC  Fix the board by tighten the board-fixing screws within the specified torque range. CAUTION Under tightening may cause malfunction. Over tightening may damage the screw and/or module, resulting in drop, short circuit, or malfunction. For the tightening torque of the board fixing screws, refer to the manual supplied with the personal computer.
  • Page 115: Wiring

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.4 Wiring This section explains the cable wiring and precautions. The following shows the wiring procedure. Start ↓ Power OFF Power OFF the personal computer. ↓ Wire the cables Wire the network cables to the terminal block. ↓...
  • Page 116: Terminal Block

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.4.2 Terminal block A 2-piece terminal block is required for CC-Link Ver.2 board. The terminal block can be removed when there is difficulty in wiring work with installing the board on the personal computer. The CC-Link Ver.2 board can be replaced without disconnecting the signal line to the terminal block.
  • Page 117 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC (2) Solderless terminal Use an applicable solderless terminal (1.25-3) for wiring and tighten a solderless terminal within the specified torque range. Use a UL-listed solderless terminal and a tool recommended by the manufacturer of the solderless terminal for processing.
  • Page 118: Wiring Procedure

    5.4.3 Wiring procedure Connect a CC-Link dedicated cable to the terminal block of the CC-Link Ver.2 board. QJ61BT11 Terminal resistor Remote module Master board Q80BD-J61BT11N +24V Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor CC-Link dedicated cable [Simplified diagram] Master board Q80BD-J61BT11N Local module Remote module...
  • Page 119 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC  Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system CAUTION before installing or removing the board and wiring. Not doing so may cause damage to the product. ...
  • Page 120: T-branch Connection

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.4.4 T-branch connection This section explains how to perform a T-branch connection using the CC-Link dedicated cable. (1) T-Branch system configuration The following shows a system configuration using T-branch connection. T-branch terminal block/ connector (Main line) Local station/...
  • Page 121 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC (2) T-Branch communication specifications list The following explains the communication specifications for T-branch connection. For communication specifications not listed below, refer to Section 3.2 "Performance Specifications." Item Specification Remarks Transmission rate 625 kbps 156 kbps 10 M/5 M/2.5 Mbps are not allowed to use.
  • Page 122: Station Number Setting

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.5 Station Number Setting The following explains how to set the station numbers for the master station, local station, standby master station, remote station and intelligent device station. For details on the station number settings, refer to Section 8.2.3. Specify the station numbers according to the following conditions: (1) Assign sequential station numbers.
  • Page 123: Transmission Rate And Mode Settings

    5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC 5.6 Transmission Rate and Mode Settings The transmission rate and mode settings are specified with the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. For details on the transmission rate/mode settings, refer to Section 8.2.5. The transmission rates that can be set vary depending on the overall distance. For more details, refer to Section 3.2.
  • Page 124 5 PROCEDURE BEFORE STARTING THE DATA LINK MELSEC MEMO 5 - 16 5 - 16...
  • Page 125: Parameter Settings

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6 PARAMETER SETTINGS This chapter explains the parameter settings that are required to perform data link in the CC-Link system. 6.1 Parameter Setting Items The parameter setting items and their descriptions are shown in Table 6.1. Each parameter is set using the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility.
  • Page 126 6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC Table 6.1 Parameter setting items list : Setting not required : Setting required Local station Master Reference Description Standby Setting item station section master station Sets a station No. and a type of the own station. Setting range Sta.
  • Page 127 6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC : Setting not required : Setting required Local station Master Reference Setting item Description Standby station section master station Station information Settings Set the number of slave stations connected to the master station. (Including reserved stations) 14) All connect count ---- Setting range: 1 to 64 (Default: 64)
  • Page 128 6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC Table 6.2 Availability of station information setting (only when selecting the master station) : Setting not required : Setting required Reserve/ Intelligent Setting item Number of Expanded Occupied Remote station invalid buffer connected Station type cyclic Sta.
  • Page 129: Parameter Setting Examples (remote Net Ver.1 Mode)

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.2 Parameter Setting Examples (Remote Net Ver.1 Mode) This section explains the parameter settings using the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. 6.2.1 Master station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example.
  • Page 130: Local Station Network Parameter Settings

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.2.2 Local station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example. For details of the CC-Link Ver.2 utility, refer to Section 8.2. Station number 4 Station Station Station number 1 number 3 number 8...
  • Page 131: Parameter Setting Examples (remote Net Ver.2 Mode)

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.3 Parameter Setting Examples (Remote Net Ver.2 Mode) This section explains the parameter settings using the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. 6.3.1 Master station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example.
  • Page 132: Local Station Network Parameter Settings

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.3.2 Local station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example. For details of the CC-Link Ver.2 utility, refer to Section 8.2. Station number 3 Station Station Station number 1 number 2 number 7...
  • Page 133: Parameter Setting Examples (remote Net Additional Mode)

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.4 Parameter Setting Examples (Remote Net Additional Mode) This section explains the parameter settings using the CC-Link Ver.2 utility. 6.4.1 Master station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example.
  • Page 134: Local Station Network Parameter Settings

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.4.2 Local station network parameter settings The descriptions in this section are based on the following system configuration example. For details of the CC-Link Ver.2 utility, refer to Section 8.2. Station Ver.2 compatible slave station number 3 added to the existing system Station Station...
  • Page 135: Status Difference Between A Master Station And A Slave Station At An Error

    6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC 6.5 Status Difference Between a Master Station and a Slave Station at an Error The status at an error occurrence differs depending on the settings of "Input for Err. Sta" in "Operational settings" of Parameter. When configuring the settings, consider the station status at errors listed below. (1) Status of a master station and remote I/O station The following table shows the status of the master station and remote I/O stations when an error occurred.
  • Page 136 6 PARAMETER SETTINGS MELSEC (2) Status of the remote device station, local station, standby master station and intelligent device station The following table shows the status of the remote device stations, local stations, standby master stations, and intelligent device stations when an error occurred. Remote device station, Local station, standby master station Intelligent device station...
  • Page 137: Installing And Uninstalling The Software Package

    7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE MELSEC 7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE This chapter explains how to install and uninstall the software package. 7.1 Installation and Uninstallation Precautions The following are the precautions when installing and uninstalling the software package.
  • Page 138: Installation

    7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE MELSEC 7.2 Installation This section explains a procedure for installing software package. (1) Installation 1) Insert the CD-ROM to the CD-ROM drive. 2) Double click the "Setup.exe" file on the CD-ROM. 3) By following the on-screen instructions, select or enter the necessary information.
  • Page 139 7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE MELSEC (b) MELSEC Data Link Library MELSEC data link library is used for the following software packages in common. When the utilities are installed on the same personal computer, the newer MELSEC data link library of the software package is enabled. ...
  • Page 140: Uninstallation

    7 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE MELSEC 7.3 Uninstallation This section explains a procedure for uninstalling the software package. (1) Uninstallation procedure Uninstall the software package from the control panel of Windows. POINT • If the dialog box confirming the deletion of common files appears at uninstallation, make the setting to keep all common files.
  • Page 141: Operating The Utility Software

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE 8.1 Starting and Ending Utility This section explains the operating method to start/end the utility. 8.1.1 Starting a utility Start the CC-Link Ver.2 utility by clicking [MELSEC] — [CC-Link Ver.2 Utility(Board)] registered in the "Start"...
  • Page 142: Ending A Utility

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.1.2 Ending a utility The following explains how to end the utility. To exit the CC-Link Ver.2 utility, click the Exit button at the bottom of the utility screen. Click ! 8 - 2 8 - 2...
  • Page 143: Cc-link Ver.2 Utility

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2 CC-Link Ver.2 Utility This section explains how to operate the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. 8.2.1 Screen configuration and basic operations The following explains the screen configuration displayed at starting the CC- Link Ver.2 utility. Item Description Reference...
  • Page 144: Operating The Board Information Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.2 Operating the Board information screen This screen displays the various information of the CC-Link Ver.2 board currently mounted on the PC. (1) Board information screen Item Description 1) Slot1 board Displays the information of the Slot1 CC-Link Ver.2 board. Displays the station No., station type and operation mode of the CC-Link Ver.2 board.
  • Page 145 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC (2) Board detail information screen Item Description 1) Channel No. Displays the channel number. 2) Sta. No. Displays the station No., station type and operation mode. 3) Transmission rate Displays the transmission rate. Displays the data link status in the CC-Link system. Status Description In data link...
  • Page 146 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC Item Description Displays the status of the error currently detected. Display Description Normal Normal status Transport error An error was detected in the transmission path. Parameter error A parameter error was detected. 5) Error status CRC error An error in the received data was detected.
  • Page 147: Operating The Other Station Monitor Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.3 Operating the Other station monitor screen This screen shows the line status of other stations (all stations) that are currently connected to the CC-Link system. Other station monitor screen Item Description 1) Channel No. Select the target CC-Link Ver.2 board to be monitored.
  • Page 148 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC Item Description 4) No. Displays the number of modules currently connected to the CC-Link system. 5) Sta. No. Displays the station No. set to each station. Displays whether or not the station is set as a reserved station. Display Description 6) Reserved station...
  • Page 149: Operating The Online Operation Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.4 Operating the Online operation screen The parameters are read from, written to and verified with the CC-Link Ver.2 board. Item Description 1) Read button Reads parameters from the CC-Link Ver.2 board. Writes parameters to the CC-Link Ver.2 board. 2) Write button After writing the parameters, automatically resets the CC-Link Ver.2 board selected in "Reset operation after writing parameter".
  • Page 150: Operating The Parameter Settings Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.5 Operating the Parameter Settings screen Various CC-Link Ver.2 board parameters are set on this screen. (1) Parameter Settings screen Item Description 1) Use board setting Select all channel No. of the CC-Link Ver.2 boards mounted on the PC. 2) Channel No.
  • Page 151 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC (2) Other settings screen Item Description Set the retry count for the case of a communication error (when a transient 1) Retry count transmission error occurs). 2) Automatic reconnection station Set the number of modules that can be automatically returned in one link scan. count 3) Standby master station No.
  • Page 152: Operating The Target Settings Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.6 Operating the Target settings screen Set the logical station number to access a multiple CPU system. Item Description 1) Channel No. Select the channel for setting the Target. Enter the logical station number to be set or modified. 2) Logical Sta.
  • Page 153: Operating The Memory I/o Test Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.7 Operating the Memory I/O test screen The Memory I/O test screen diagnoses the dual-port memory and I/O port used by the CC-Link Ver.2 board. POINT (1) Before starting a diagnostic operation, be sure to disconnect the external cable. (2) To switch windows during a diagnostic operation, click the Stop button to stop the diagnosis and then switch screens.
  • Page 154: Operating The Test Screen

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC 8.2.8 Operating the Test screen The Test screen is used to test the installed CC-Link Ver.2 board. POINT (1) Depending on the station type and operation mode parameters written to the CC-Link Ver.2 board, test availability varies. The following table shows each test can be selected or not.
  • Page 155 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC (1) About tests The following describes each of the tests. (a) Hardware test This test is used to check the hardware operation before configuring the system or to check whether or not the CC-Link Ver.2 board is operating properly when the data link is not performed correctly.
  • Page 156 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC POINT (6) The setting of "Standby Master Station No." in the network parameter is required to execute a line test (hardware) for the standby master station. (7) When data link has started by the standby master station, a line test (hardware) cannot be executed.
  • Page 157 8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC (c) Line test (Software) This test is used to check the connection with all modules of station No. 1 to 64 (All stations) or a specific module (Selected station) with parameters set and the data link being performed. POINT (1) The Line test (Software) is executable only when the data link status of the CC- Link Ver.2 board is "In data link"...
  • Page 158: Device Monitor Utility

    8 OPERATING THE UTILITY SOFTWARE MELSEC (d) Network test This is used to test the start or stop of the data link after connecting CC- Link cables or after establishing the data link. POINT (1) When the data link of the master station is stopped, the data link of the entire CC-Link system is stopped.
  • Page 159: Melsec Data Link Library

    9 MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY MELSEC 9 MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY This chapter explains an overview of the functions included in the MELSEC Data Link Library. The functions provided by the MELSEC Data Link Library are used when creating a user program that communicates with a programmable controller CPU.
  • Page 160 9 MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY MELSEC MEMO 9 - 2 9 - 2...
  • Page 161: Communication Between The Master Station And Remote I/o Stations

    In this example, a system consisting of a master station and two remote I/O stations as shown below is used. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Remote I/O station (station No. 1) Remote I/O station (station No. 2) AJ65SBTC1-32D1 AJ65SBTC1-32T...
  • Page 162: Setting Up The Master Station

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC 10.2 Setting up the master station This section explains the master station setting. 10.2.1 Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section. 10 - 2 10 - 2...
  • Page 163: Parameter Settings

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC 10.2.2 Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (1) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 164: Setting Up The Remote I/o Stations

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC 10.3 Setting up the remote I/O stations The settings of the remote I/O station switches are shown below: Station No. setting switch Transmission speed setting switch 0 (156 kbps) No.
  • Page 165: Creating A Program

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC 10.4 Creating a Program This section explains how the created program reads data from the remote input (RX) and writes them to the remote output (RY) in communications with remote I/O stations. The following illustrates the relation between the remote I/O stations’...
  • Page 166: Executing The Data Link

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC 10.5 Executing the Data Link To start the data link, first power on the remote I/O stations, and then the master station. 10.5.1 Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and remote I/O stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 167: Checking Remote I/o Stations

    10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE I/O STATIONS MELSEC (b) Checking by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility Check that the Board detail information of the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility is displayed as shown below. In data link: Normal data link is being performed. Normal: The CC-Link Ver.2 board is operating normally.
  • Page 168: Confirming The Operation With A User Program

    When the input X0 (RX0) in 1) is turned off, the output Y0 (RY20) in 2) turns off. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Remote I/O station (station No. 1) Remote I/O station (station No. 2) AJ65SBTC1-32D1 AJ65SBTC1-32T...
  • Page 169 In this example, a system consisting of a master station and only one remote I/O station as shown below is used. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Terminal resistor AJ65VBTCU-68DAV Remote device station (station No. 1) Occupies 3 stations...
  • Page 170: Setting The Master Station

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.1.2 Setting the master station The following shows the master station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 171: Parameter Settings

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC (2) Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (a) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 172 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.1.3 Setting up the remote device station The following shows the remote device station’s switch settings. AJ65VBTCU-68DAV PO W E R L RUN DOWN Station number setting switch, L ERR Transmission speed setting switch TEST Station...
  • Page 173: Creating A Program

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.1.4 Creating a Program Create the digital value setting program for performing the initial setting and outputting analog values for remote device stations. The following illustrates the relation between the remote device station’s I/O operations and the user program when controlling the remote device station, and how the digital value settings for the initial setting and analog outputs controls the system.
  • Page 174 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 2) Reads out the initial data processing request flag 1) Turns ON the initial data processing request flag (RX18). (RX18) on the AJ65VBTCU-68DAV after turning on the AJ65VBTCU-68DAV.
  • Page 175: Executing The Data Link

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.1.5 Executing the data link Turn ON the remote device stations and the master station in this order, and then start the data link. (1) Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and remote device stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 176 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC (b) Checking remote device stations Check that the LED status are as shown below. AJ65VBTCU-68DAV : On : Off 24V DC is being supplied POWER Module is normal L RUN The data link is being performed normally L ERR...
  • Page 177: Confirming The Operation With A User Program

    Analogue output of the AJ65VBTCU-68DAV CH1 Digital output value Digital value: 300 Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Terminal resistor The analog value corresponding to AJ65VBTCU-68DAV the digital value of 300 is output. Remote device station (station No.
  • Page 178 11.2.1 Configuring the system In this system, 2 remote device stations shall be connected. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Terminal resistor AJ65VBTCU-68DAV AJ65VBTCU-68DAVN Ver.1 compatible remote device station Ver.2 compatible remote device station (station No. 1) (station No.
  • Page 179: Setting The Master Station

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.2.2 Setting the master station The following shows the master station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 180: Parameter Settings

    11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC (2) Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (a) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 181 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.2.3 Setting the remote device station The following shows the remote device station switch settings. AJ65VBTCU-68DAV AJ65VBTCU-68DAV P O W E R L RUN DOWN Station number setting switch, L ERR Transmission speed setting switch TEST...
  • Page 182 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.2.4 Creating a program Create the digital value setting program for performing the initial setting and outputting analog values for remote device stations of station No.4 The programming procedure for station No.4 is the same as the one used in the remote net Ver.1 mode.
  • Page 183 11 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND REMOTE DEVICE STATION MELSEC 11.2.5 Executing the data link Turn ON the remote device stations and the master station in this order, and then start the data link. (1) Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and remote device stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 184 Analogue output of the AJ65VBTCU-68DAVN CH1 Digital output value Digital value: 300 Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Terminal resistor AJ65VBTCU-68DAV AJ65VBTCU-68DAVN Ver.1 compatible Ver.2 compatible The analog voltage corresponding to...
  • Page 185 The following describes communications in the remote net Ver.1 mode. 12.1.1 Configuring the system In this system, one local station shall be connected. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Occupies 4 stations Local station (station No. 1) Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N...
  • Page 186 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.1.2 Setting the master station The following shows the master station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 187 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC (2) Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (a) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 188 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.1.3 Setting the local station The following shows the local station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 189 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.1.4 Creating a program Create the program for reading the remote input (RX), writing the remote output (RY), reading the remote registers (RWr) and writing remote registers (RWw) from/to the local station.
  • Page 190 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC (Master station) (Local station) CC-Link Ver.2 CC-Link Ver.2 User Program User Program Board Board 2) Reads out the remote input (RX0) of the 1) Turn ON the remote output (RY0) of the CC-Link Ver.2 board on the master CC-Link Ver.2 board on the local station.
  • Page 191 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.1.5 Executing the data link Turn ON the local stations and the master station in this order, and then start the data link. (1) Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and local stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 192 (RWr0) 8). Master station Personal computer 1) Master station Receive (RX) 2) Local station Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 3) Master station Send (RY) Terminal resistor 4) Local station Occupies 4 stations 5) Master station 5555 Local station (station No. 1)
  • Page 193 12.2.1 Configuring the system In this system, 2 local stations shall be connected. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Occupies 4 stations Occupies 2 stations Local station (station No. 1) Local station (station No. 5) Personal...
  • Page 194 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.2.2 Setting the master station The following shows the master station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 195 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC (2) Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (a) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 196 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.2.3 Setting the local station The following shows the local station setting. (1) Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section.
  • Page 197 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.2.4 Creating a program Create a program for reading the remote input (RX), writing the remote output (RY), reading the remote registers (RWr), and writing the remote registers (RWw) for local stations of station No.5 The programming procedure for station No.5 is the same as in the remote net Ver.1 mode.
  • Page 198 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC 12.2.5 Executing the data link Turn ON the local stations and the master station in this order, and then start the data link. (1) Checking the data link status Refer to Section 12.1.5 (1) (a) "Checking the master station and local stations" for how to check the operation status of the master station and local stations (Ver.1 intelligent device stations, Ver.2 intelligent device stations) under normal data link condition.
  • Page 199 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC Master station Personal computer Master station RX80 Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Receive Local station (No. 1) (RX) RY80 Terminal resistor Local station (No. 5) RY80 Occupies 4 stations Local station (station No. 1)
  • Page 200 12 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND LOCAL STATIONS MELSEC MEMO 12 - 16 12 - 16...
  • Page 201 In this example, a system consisting of a master station and one intelligent device station (AJ65BT-R2) as shown below is used. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Occupies 1 station Intelligent device station (station No. 1) AJ65BT-R2 RS-232C module...
  • Page 202 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.2 Setting the Master Station The following shows the master station setting. 13.2.1 Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section. 13 - 2 13 - 2...
  • Page 203 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.2.2 Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (1) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 204: Setting Up The Intelligent Device Station (aj65bt-d75p2-s3)

    13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.3 Setting up the intelligent device station The settings of the intelligent device station switches are shown below: Station No. setting switch Transmission rate setting switch 0 (156 kbps) Module AJ65BT-R2 Mode setting switch...
  • Page 205: Creating A Program

    13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.4 Creating a Program Create a program for making the following setting and data transfer to the AJ65BT-R2. • Initialization of the AJ65BT-R2 ... Refer to Section 13.4.1. •...
  • Page 206 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 1) Writes the initial setting values for transmission/ reception to the buffer memory on the AJ65BT-R2. Arguments to be set: Word/byte unit designation=0 Transmission area head address designation=200H Transmission area size designation=200H Reception area head address designation=400H...
  • Page 207 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.4.2 Data transmission The following illustrates the relation between the intelligent device station’s I/O operations and the user program on the PC and their data transmission. (The shaded areas indicate the devices that are actually used.) Master station (station No.
  • Page 208 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.4.3 Data reception The following illustrates the relation between the intelligent device station’s I/O operations and the user program on the PC in data reception. (The shaded areas indicate the devices that are actually used.) Master station (station No.
  • Page 209 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC 13.5 Executing the Data Link To start the data link , first power on the intelligent device station, and then the master station. 13.5.1 Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and intelligent device stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 210 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC (2) LED displays of the intelligent device station Be sure that the LED displays show the following status: 24 V DC is being supplied. AJ65BT-R2 The module is normally. The data link is being L RUN executed normally.
  • Page 211 With the sample program, initialization, transmission and reception are available. Sending Sending data ABCD Master station Personal computer Receiving Receiving data Q80BD-J61BT11N ABCD Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Occupies 1 station Remote device station (station No. 1) AJ65BT-R2 Receiving Receiving data RS-232C module ABCD Terminal resistor...
  • Page 212 13 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-R2) MELSEC MEMO 13 - 12 13 - 12...
  • Page 213: Communication Between The Master Station And Intelligent Device Station (aj65bt-d75p2-s3)

    In this example, a system consisting of a master station and one intelligent device station (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) as shown below is used. Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Occupies 4 station Intelligent device station (station No. 1) AJ65BT-D75P2-S3 Positioning module...
  • Page 214 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.2 Setting the Master Station The following shows the master station setting. 14.2.1 Switch setting (channel No. setting) The channel No. for the CC-Link Ver.2 board is set to 81 as an example in this section. 14 - 2 14 - 2...
  • Page 215 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.2.2 Parameter settings The following shows the master station’s parameter settings by the CC-Link Ver.2 Utility. <Parameter settings screen> <Other settings screen> (1) Parameter settings The following shows the parameter setting values. The parameter setting check list and the station information setting check list in Appendix can be used for the setting.
  • Page 216 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.3 Setting up the intelligent device station (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) The settings of the intelligent device station (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) switches are shown below: Station No. setting switch Transmission speed setting switch 0 (156 kbps) Module AJ65BT-D75P2-S3...
  • Page 217: Initial Setting

    14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.4 Creating a Program Create the program for the following setting and controls of the AJ65BT-D75P2-S3. • Initial setting ......Refer to Section 14.4.1. • Zero point return control ..Refer to Section 14.4.2. •...
  • Page 218 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 2) Reads out the initial data processing request flag 1) When the AJ65BT-D75P2-S3 is turned ON or (RX78). reset by the reset switch, the initial data processing request flag (RX78) is turned ON.
  • Page 219: Zero Point Return Control

    14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.4.2 Zero point return control The following shows the relation between the user program on the PC and intelligent device station’s I/O operations, and the zero point return control. (The shaded areas indicate the devices that are actually used.) Master station (station No.
  • Page 220 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 1) Turns ON the initial data setting request flag 2) Turns ON the initial data setting request flag (RY79). (RY79) on the AJ65BT-D75P2-S3. 4) Reads out the initial data setting complete flag 3) The AJ65BT-D75P2-S3 turns ON the initial data (RX79).
  • Page 221: Positioning Control

    14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.4.3 Positioning control The following shows the relation between the user program on the PC and intelligent device station’s I/O operations, and positioning control. (The shaded areas indicate the devices that are actually used.) Master station (station No.
  • Page 222 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 1) Turns ON the Axis 1 servo ON flag (RY20) 2) Turns ON the Axis 1 servo ON flag (RY20) and the and the Axis 2 servo ON flag (RY40). Axis 2 servo ON flag (RY40) on the AJ65BT-D75P2 -S3.
  • Page 223: Jog Operation Control

    14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.4.4 JOG operation control The following shows the relation between the user program on the PC and intelligent device station’s I/O operations, and jog operation control. (The shaded areas indicate the devices that are actually used.) Master station (station No.
  • Page 224 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC User Program CC-Link Ver.2 Board 1) Turns ON the Axis 1 servo ON flag (RY20). 2) Turns ON the Axis 1 servo ON flag (RY20) on the AJ65BT-D75P2-S3. 3) Turns ON the Axis 2 servo ON flag (RY40).
  • Page 225: Executing The Data Link

    14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC 14.5 Executing the Data Link To start the data link, first power on the intelligent device station, and then the master station. 14.5.1 Checking the data link status The following describes how to check the operation status of the master station and intelligent device stations under normal data link condition.
  • Page 226 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC (2) LED displays of the Intelligent device station Be sure that the LED displays show the following status: 24 V DC is being supplied. AJ65BT-D75P2-S3 The module is normally. The data link is being L RUN executed normally.
  • Page 227: Confirming The Operation With A User Program

    Program execution Initialization Zero point return Positioning JOG operation Master station Personal computer Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Terminal resistor Initialization operation Occupies 4 station Intelligent device station (station No. 1) AJ65BT-D75P2-S3 Zero point return operation Positioning operation JOG operation...
  • Page 228 14 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE MASTER STATION AND INTELLIGENT DEVICE STATION (AJ65BT-D75P2-S3) MELSEC MEMO 14 - 16 14 - 16...
  • Page 229: Error Code

    15 ERROR CODE MELSEC 15 ERROR CODE The following table shows the error codes. For error codes which are not listed in this section, refer to the following manuals. • MELSEC Data Link Library Reference Manual • CC-Link System Master/Local Module User's Manual Detectability Error code Error description...
  • Page 230 15 ERROR CODE MELSEC Detectability Error code Error description Cause of error (details) Corrective action Master Local (hexadecimal) station station The station types of the module are different from the parameter settings. Example) Connected Parameter Installation/parameter module setting B30A Set the correct parameters. mismatching error Remote Remote I/O...
  • Page 231 15 ERROR CODE MELSEC Detectability Error code Error description Cause of error (details) Corrective action Master Local (hexadecimal) station station The total size of the communication Set the total size of the Communication buffer buffer set with a station information B38E communication buffer to 4 k assignment error...
  • Page 232 15 ERROR CODE MELSEC Detectability Error code Error description Cause of error (details) Corrective action Master Local (hexadecimal) station station Transient The numbers for request data and B407 communication number Check the line. response data do not match. mismatch error The same channel cannot be used at the same time.
  • Page 233 15 ERROR CODE MELSEC Detectability Error code Error description Cause of error (details) Corrective action Master Local (hexadecimal) station station The target station was not an intelligent device station (when the requesting Check if the target station is an B774 Transient request error station is the A8GT-J61BT13 or CC- intelligent device station.
  • Page 234 15 ERROR CODE MELSEC Detectability Error code Error description Cause of error (details) Corrective action Master Local (hexadecimal) station station All stations stopped communications BA1B All stations error Check the cables. during line test. The mode setting of a local station is BBC1 Mode setting error Set "0."...
  • Page 235: Troubleshooting

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16 TROUBLESHOOTING This section explains the identification of the causes and troubleshooting when an error occurred. (1) Basic checking procedure Check if there is a corresponding error symptom written in "Verification of problem occurrence" (Section 16.1). If the corresponding error could not be found, check the cause by following the procedure shown below.
  • Page 236: Verification Of Problem Occurrence

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.1 Verification of Problem Occurrence When a problem occurs on the CC-Link Ver.2 board, check the following error details to find the appropriate section to go to. (1) Problem for software package installation Error detail Cause determination method/Corrective action The software is not normally installed.
  • Page 237 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Error detail Cause determination method/Corrective action 1) Check if the display settings on the [Device Manager] or other relevant functions are correct, and install an appropriate display driver. The utility screen is not displayed properly. Or update the Windows operating system.
  • Page 238: Troubleshooting For Installation And Uninstallation

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.2 Troubleshooting for Installation and Uninstallation The following explains the troubleshooting for error at installation and uninstallation. 16.2.1 Installation failed When the installation is aborted or failed, reinstall the utility by the following procedure. 1. Check the installation and uninstallation precautions. (Refer to Section 7.1) 2.
  • Page 239 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC (1) Operation for the creation of 8.3 filename is disabled 1. Enable the creation of 8.3 filename. 2. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. 3. Display the "Run" screen from the Start menu or Quick Access Menu of Windows 4.
  • Page 240: When The Instruction Displayed On The Screen Is Not Effective At Installation

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.2.3 When the instruction displayed on the screen is not effective at installation The following table shows the instruction when the screen is displayed. Screen Instruction This screen appears when user account control is enabled. Click "Allow" or the Yes button. Click the Yes button.
  • Page 241: When The Driver Is Not Installed

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Screen Instruction Confirm the publisher is "MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION", and click the Install button. This screen may be displayed a couple of times. The message is displayed when .NET Framework 3.5 (including .NET 2.0 and 3.0) is set to disabled.
  • Page 242 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC When the "Found New Hardware Wizard" screen is not displayed automatically after the board installation, update the driver on the "Device Manager" screen. 1) Open the Windows Device Manager screen. Right-click on "Network Controller" and select "Update Driver Software". 2) Click "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)".
  • Page 243: Troubleshooting When Personal Computer Cannot Be Startup Or System Down Occurred

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.3 Troubleshooting When Personal Computer cannot be Startup or System Down Occurred When the personal computer on which the board is installed is not started, or the system shut down or system reset is occurred, check the items following the procedure shown below.
  • Page 244 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC (1) Precautions for installing other optional board Executing user program (including the device monitor utility) for each board simultaneously under the following condition may cause an error. When an error occurs in the user program, take the action shown below. <Condition>...
  • Page 245: Checking On Event Viewer Screen

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Checking on Event Viewer screen 16.3.2 Event logs related to the CC-Link Ver.2 board are displayed as "Mccbd2" in the Source field on the Event Viewer screen. The following table shows the error messages that are displayed in event viewer. Event ID Error message Corrective action...
  • Page 246 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Event ID Error message Corrective action (HEX) The Board WDT error had occurred. (127 It might be failed CC-Link Ver.2 board. The CLOCK STOP error had occurred. (128 Consult your local Mitsubishi representative. The Target Abort error had occurred on the PCI bus. (129 •...
  • Page 247: Checking On Device Manager Screen

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Checking on Device Manager screen 16.3.3 Check if the board is displayed on the Windows Device Manager screen. Item Corrective action The board or driver is not installed. Is the driver name of the board not displayed on the Device Manager screen? •...
  • Page 248: Board Wdt Error

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.4 Troubleshooting for Board and Driver 16.4.1 Board WDT error When the board WDT error occurred, check the following items. Item Corrective action Is the board installed properly? • Check the board installation status. Does the board operate on other personal computer? •...
  • Page 249: When The Run Led On The Cc-link Ver.2 Board Is Flashing

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.4.3 When the RUN LED on the CC-Link Ver.2 board is flashing The following table shows how to identify the error according to the ERR, SD or RD LED status when the RUN LED on the CC-Link Ver.2 board is flashing. Status Error Cause...
  • Page 250: Cc-link System Troubleshooting

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.5 CC-Link System Troubleshooting This chapter describes the details of the problems that may occur in the CC-Link System. It presents a list of check items and procedures for possible problems. 16.5.1 Verification of problem occurrence The following shows the details of check items and procedures for possible problems. Description of problem Check item Check procedure...
  • Page 251 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure • Check the LED displays on the corresponding Is the corresponding remote I/O station performing remote I/O station. data link? • Check the communication status of the master station with other stations (SW0080 to SW0083). Is data written to the correct address of the remote Check the user program.
  • Page 252 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure • Check the LED displays on the corresponding Is the corresponding remote device station remote device station. performing data link? • Check the communication status of the master station with other stations (SW0080 to SW0083). Is data read from the correct address of remote Check the user program.
  • Page 253 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure • Check the LED displays on the corresponding Is the corresponding remote device station remote device station. performing data link? • Check the communication status of the master station with other stations (SW0080 to SW0083). Is data read from the correct address of the Check the user program.
  • Page 254 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure • Check the LED displays on the corresponding Is the corresponding local station performing data local station. link? • Check the communication status of the master station with other stations (SW0080 to SW0083). Is data written to the correct address of the remote Check the user program.
  • Page 255 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure • Check the LED displays on the corresponding Is the corresponding local station performing data local station. link? • Check the communication status of the master station with other stations (SW0080 to SW0083) Is data written to the correct address of the remote Check the user program.
  • Page 256 16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC Description of problem Check item Check procedure The remote device station is not Are there any errors in the initial settings of the • Check the parameters. operating normally. remote device station? • Check the user program. When multiple remote stations are powered off at the same •...
  • Page 257: Troubleshooting Flow When The "err." Led On The Master Station Is Flashing

    16.5.2 Troubleshooting flow when the "ERR." LED on the master station is flashing (1) When the CC-Link Ver.2 board is used as the master board The "ERR." LED of the Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 is flashing Do the parameter settings and installed system...
  • Page 258 Is the "SD" LED lit (flashing)? Is the transmission rate Is the "SD" LED lit? set correctly? Corresponding module failure Set the correct transmission rate Reset the Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 Is the Are the station No. switches set correctly? communication cable wired (Isnt the station No. correctly?
  • Page 259 Check the master station side Check the module for which Check the module for which SW0098 to SW009B are on SW0098 to SW009B are on Check the Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 side Are the station numbers Is the power on? set correctly? Set the station...
  • Page 260 MELSEC Is the "L RUN" LED lit? Is the "SD" LED lit (flashing)? Is the transmission rate Is the "SD" LED lit? set correctly? Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 failure Set the correct transmission rate Reset the Q80BD-J61BT11N/Q81BD-J61BT11 Is the Are the station No.
  • Page 261: Measures For Slow Personal Computer Operation

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.6 Measures for Slow Personal Computer Operation This section explains the probable causes and corrective measures when the operation of a personal computer becomes slow. (1) Probable causes The load due to the link refresh function may be the cause. When the block data assurance per station setting is enabled, the CC-Link Ver.2 board driver executes the link refresh between CC-Link Ver.2 board driver buffer and CC-Link Ver.2 board link device based on the cycle set in the parameter...
  • Page 262: Information Required For Inquiries

    16 TROUBLESHOOTING MELSEC 16.7 Information Required for Inquiries When the troubleshooting cannot solve the problem, or a board failure occurs, please consult your local Mitsubishi service center or representative. Inform the following conditions and situations when inquiring the problems. (1) Product information (a) Product version Inform the model name and version of the board and utility.
  • Page 263: Appendix

    APPENDIX MELSEC APPENDIX Appendix 1 Buffer memory details The following describes the details of the items shown in the buffer memory list in Section 3.4. (1) Remote input (RX) and remote output (RY) When the remote net ver.1 mode or remote net additional mode is selected, the number of points indicated below is used.
  • Page 264 APPENDIX MELSEC The following tables show the station numbers and corresponding buffer-memory addresses. [Master station] Table of station numbers and corresponding buffer memory addresses Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory number address number address...
  • Page 265 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station remote I/O station/remote device station/local station 1) Master station The output status to the remote I/O station, remote device station (RY) and all local stations (RX) is stored. Two words (32points) are used per station. 2) Local station The data received from the remote I/O station, remote device station (RY) and master station (RY) is stored.
  • Page 266 APPENDIX MELSEC The following tables show the station numbers and corresponding buffer memory addresses. [Master station] Table of station numbers and corresponding buffer memory addresses Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory number address number...
  • Page 267 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Remote registers (RWw) and (RWr) When the remote net ver.1 mode or remote net additional mode is selected, the number of words indicated below is used. (a) Master station (RWw) remote device station (RWw)/local station (RWr) 1) Master station The data to be sent to the remote register (RWw) of the remote device station and the remote registers (RWr) of all local stations are stored.
  • Page 268 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (RWr) remote device station (RWr)/local station (RWw) 1) Master station The send data from the remote register (RWr) of the remote device station and the remote register (RWw) of the local station is stored. Four words are used per station. 2) Local station Data is sent to the master station and other local stations by storing it in the address corresponding to the host station number.
  • Page 269 APPENDIX MELSEC The following tables show the station numbers and corresponding buffer memory addresses. [Master station] Table of station numbers and corresponding buffer memory addresses Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory Station Buffer memory number address number...
  • Page 270 APPENDIX MELSEC (3) Link special relays (SB) The link special relays store the data link status using bit ON/OFF data. Buffer memory addresses 5E0 to 5FF correspond to link special relays SB0000 to SB01FF. For details on the link special relays (SB0000 to SB01FF), refer to Appendix 2.1. The following table shows the relationship between buffer memory addresses to 5FF and link special relays SB0000 to SB01FF.
  • Page 271 APPENDIX MELSEC (4) Link special registers (SW) The link special registers store the data link status using word data. Buffer memory addresses 600 to 7FF correspond to link special registers SW0000 to SW01FF. For more details on the link special registers (SW0000 to SW01FF), refer to Appendix 2.2.
  • Page 272 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Size Sizes of RX/RY/RWw/RWr assigned to each station are stored in word data. When a size is less than 1 word, it is rounded up and 1 is stored. (When 8- point setting is set for I/O station points setting, 1 is stored.) For the I/O station points setting, refer to Section 4.4.6.
  • Page 273 APPENDIX MELSEC (Example) When a local station with the expanded cyclic setting and a remote I/O station with the points setting are connected. Local station (Station No. 1, occupies 2 stations, expanded cyclic Master station setting: octuple setting) Remote I/O station Remote I/O station (Station No.
  • Page 274 APPENDIX MELSEC (6) Random access buffer The random access buffer stores any data to be sent to other stations. The reading and writing of data are performed using transient transmission. (7) Automatic update buffer The automatic update buffer stores automatic update data when performing transient transmission (communication using the automatic update buffer) with the AJ65BT-R2.
  • Page 275 APPENDIX MELSEC (8) Ver.2 compatible remote input (RX) and Ver.2 compatible remote output (RY) When the remote net ver.2 mode or remote net additional mode is selected, the number of points indicated below is used. (a) Master station remote I/O station/remote device station/local station 1) Master station The input status from the remote I/O station, remote device station...
  • Page 276 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station remote I/O station/remote device station/local station 1) Master station The output status to the remote I/O station, remote device station (RY) and all local stations (RX) is stored. When 1 station is occupied, 2, 4 or 8 words (32, 64 or 128 points) are used.
  • Page 277 APPENDIX MELSEC (9) Ver.2 compatible remote registers (RWw) and (RWr) When the remote net ver.2 mode or remote net additional mode is selected, the number of words indicated below is used. (a) Master station (RWw) remote device station (RWw)/local station (RWr) 1) Master station The data to be sent to the remote register (RWw) of the remote device station and the remote registers (RWr) of all local stations are...
  • Page 278 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (RWr)  remote device station (RWr)/local station (RWw) 1) Master station The send data from the remote register (RWr) of the remote device station and the remote register (RWw) of the local station is stored. When 1 station is occupied, any of 4 to 32 words are used.
  • Page 279: Appendix 2 Link Special Relays (sb) And Link Special Registers (sw)

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 2 Link special relays (SB) and link special registers (SW) The status of the data link can be confirmed by bit information (link special relays (SB)) and word information (link special registers (SW)). • Link special relay (SB) • • • Buffer memory address: 5E0 to 5FF •...
  • Page 280 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Reads the parameter setting information for the actual system Parameter configuration. SB0009 information read The execution result of the request is stored to SW004F. (5E0 , b9) request...
  • Page 281 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Indicates the acknowledgement completion status temporary Temporary error SB004B error invalid cancel instruction. invalid canceling (5E4 , b11) OFF: Not executed complete status ON : Temporary error invalid station cancellation complete Indicates the line test request acknowledgment status.
  • Page 282 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Indicates the input status setting from a data link faulty station of Input data status of SB0065 the host. host data link faulty (5E6 , b5) OFF: Clear...
  • Page 283 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Slave station refresh/forced clear Indicates the parameter-set slave station refresh/ forced clear setting status in SB007C setting status in case of programmable controller CPU STOP. case of (5E7 , b12)
  • Page 284: Appendix 2.2 List Of Link Special Registers (sws)

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 2.2 List of link special registers (SWs) The data link status can be checked by the word information (link special registers: SWs). When the standby master station is controlling the data link, availability is basically identical to that of the master station. When the standby master station is operating as a local station, availability is identical to that of a local station.
  • Page 285 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Stores the execution result of the data-link stop instruction with SW0045 Data link stop SB0002. result : Normal (645 Other than 0: Stores the error code (refer to Chapter 15). Indicates the execution result of temporary error invalid station Temporary error SW0049...
  • Page 286 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Remote device station Stores the execution result of the initialization procedure registration SW005F initialization instruction with SB000B. (65F procedure : Normal registration Other than 0: Stores the error code (refer to Chapter 15).
  • Page 287 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Stores the duplicate station number status and parameter matching of each station. SW0069 : Normal Loading status (669 Other than 0: Stores the error code (refer to Chapter 15). Details are stored in SW0098 to 9B and SW009C to 9F.
  • Page 288 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Indicates the temporary error invalid status. SW007C 0: Normal status (67C 1: Temporary error invalid status SW007D (67D Temporary error SW007C invalid status SW007E SW007D (67E...
  • Page 289 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Stores the line status. SW0090 Line status 0: Normal (690 1: Data link cannot be performed (disconnected) Indicates the occurrence status of a transient transmission error. SW0094 0: No transient transmission error (694...
  • Page 290 APPENDIX MELSEC Availability ( : Available, : Not available) Number Name Description Online Offline Master Local station station Stores the line test 1 result. SW00B4 0: Normal (6B4 1: Abnormal SW00B5 (6B5 Line test 1 SW00B4 result SW00B6 SW00B5 (6B6 SW00B6 SW00B7 SW00B7...
  • Page 291 APPENDIX MELSEC The update timing of the data in a link special register (SW) differs depending on the link register number. The following table shows the update timings of the link special registers. Link special register Data update timing Link special register Data update timing Updated individually regardless of the SB.
  • Page 292: Appendix 3 Data Link Processing Time

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 3 Data link processing time This chapter explains the data link processing times such as the link scan time and transmission delay time. Appendix 3.1 Link scan time This section shows the CC-Link scan time calculation method. [Link scan time (LS)] LS = BT {29.4 + (NI 4.8) + (NW...
  • Page 293 APPENDIX MELSEC (Example) Using the following system configuration example when the transmission rate is 10 Mbps (assuming that there is no faulty station or transient transmission.) Station number 8 Station Station Station Station number 1 number 2 number 4 number 12 Master Local Remote...
  • Page 294: Appendix 3.2 Cyclic Transmission Processing Time

    The following table shows the example of the processing time of the personal computer. Use it as a guide. 1024 bytes own station access processing time Reading data from own station Writing data to own station Personal computer CPU (mdReceive) (mdSend) specification Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Q80BD-J61BT11N Q81BD-J61BT11 Pentium II (233MHz) 1.2ms — 0.5ms — Pentium III (533MHz) 0.6ms...
  • Page 295 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RY) Remote I/O station (output) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment RY of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off) until the remote I/O station output turns on (off). [Formula] [Normal value] 1 + Remote I/O station response time [ms]...
  • Page 296 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) remote device station (Ver.2 compatible slave station) (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RX) Remote device station (RX) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment a signal is input to the remote device station until RX of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off).
  • Page 297 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RY) Remote device station (RY) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment RY of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off) until the remote device station output turns on (off). ( 3) [Formula] [Normal value]...
  • Page 298 APPENDIX MELSEC (3) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) local station (programmable controller) (Ver.2 compatible slave station) (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RX) Local station (programmable controller) (RY) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment a local station's CPU device turns on (off) until RX of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off).
  • Page 299 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RY) Local station (programmable controller) (RX) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment RY of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off) until the local station's CPU device turns on (off). ( 3) [Formula] [Normal value]...
  • Page 300 APPENDIX MELSEC (4) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) intelligent device station The transmission delay time between the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) and the intelligent device station varies depending on the type of intelligent device station used. Refer to the User's Manual for the intelligent device module to be used. Notes When reading RX and RWr from the CC-Link Ver.2 board with the md function, it is necessary to add the own station access processing time of the md function.
  • Page 301 APPENDIX MELSEC [2] In the case of block data assurance per station is enabled (1) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) remote I/O station (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RX) Remote I/O station (input) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment a signal is input to the remote I/O station until RX of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off).
  • Page 302 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) remote device station (Ver.2 compatible slave station) (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RX) Remote device station (RX) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment a signal is input to the remote device station until RX of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off).
  • Page 303 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RY) Remote device station (RY) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment RY of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off) until the remote device station output turns on (off). ( 3) [Formula] [Normal value]...
  • Page 304 APPENDIX MELSEC (3) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) local station (programmable controller) (Ver.2 compatible slave station) (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RX) Local station (programmable controller) (RY) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment a local station's CPU device turns on (off) until RX of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off).
  • Page 305 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) (RY) Local station (programmable controller) (RX) The following formula indicates the time taken from the moment RY of the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) turns on (off) until the local station's CPU device turns on (off). ( 3) [Formula] [Normal value]...
  • Page 306: Appendix 3.3 Transient Transmission Processing Time

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 3.3 Transient transmission processing time This indicates the transient transmission processing time (the time required to execute an instruction and receive the processing result). POINT The own station access processing time by the md function varies depending on the performance of the personal computer, load status and other factors.
  • Page 307 APPENDIX MELSEC 2) Write OT + LS [BC + {(Write points + 16)/72} 1.067] + SL [ms] OT: Data transmission time between the personal computer and the CC-Link Ver.2 board. The processing time varies depending on the performance of the personal computer, load status, and other factors.
  • Page 308 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) intelligent device station (a) Master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) Intelligent device station The following formula indicates the time taken from instruction execution at the master station (CC-Link Ver.2 board) to receive processing result from the intelligent device station.
  • Page 309: Appendix 4 Communication With The Redundant Cpu

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 4 Communication with the Redundant CPU This section explains communication with the Redundant CPU when the CC-Link Ver.2 board is used. (1) Incorporation into redundant system In a Redundant CPU system, be sure to set the CC-Link Ver.2 board to a local station.
  • Page 310 APPENDIX MELSEC POINT Create a program to monitor which system in the redundant CPU system is accessed from the CC-Link Ver.2 board. Control  Indicates the CPU module operation status system  Remains ON/OFF even if the tracking cable is disconnected while the judgment 1515 redundant system is running.
  • Page 311 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) The following example gives a flowchart for error occurrence at batch write. START Write processing (mdSend instruction), etc. Has error occurred? Error code is checked. Does the Retry processing error require retry processing? Wait processing Normal processing is executed. Error handling is executed.
  • Page 312: Appendix 5 Comparisons With Cc-link Ver.1 Board And Cc-link Module

    Appendix 5.1 Differences from the CC-Link Ver.1 board The following describes the main differences between the CC-Link Ver.2 board (Q80BD-J61BT11N, Q81BD-J61BT11) and the CC-Link Ver.1 board (A80BDE- J61BT11, A80BDE-J61BT13). For details other than those shown below, refer to Chapter 3.
  • Page 313 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) CC-Link Board Functions CC-Link Ver.2 board CC-Link Ver.1 board Reference (Q80BD-J61BT11N, (A80BDE-J61BT11, A80BDE-J61BT13) section Q81BD-J61BT11) Cyclic points increase function Available Unavailable 1.2, 4.4.7 Remote I/O station points setting Available Unavailable 1.2, 4.4.6 0-points Setting for the reserved station...
  • Page 314: Appendix 5.2 Functional Comparisons With Cc-link Module

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 5.2 Functional comparisons with CC-Link module The main functional comparisons between the CC-Link Ver.2 board (Q80BD- J61BT11N) and CC-Link Module (QJ61BT11N, Q81BD-J61BT11) are shown here. For details of the functions, refer to Chapter 4. Q80BD- J61BT11N, Function...
  • Page 315: Appendix 6 Replacing The Cc-link Board

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 6 Replacing the CC-Link Board This appendix describes the CC-Link board replacement procedure and precautions. Appendix 6.1 Replacing a CC-Link Ver.1 board with a CC-Link Ver.2 board This section describes how to replace the CC-Link Ver.1 board currently mounted to the PC with a CC-Link Ver.2 board and precautions to be observed.
  • Page 316: Appendix 6.2 Replacing A Cc-link Ver.2 Board With A Cc-link Ver.1 Board, Or A Cc-link Board With Another Of The Same Version

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 6.2 Replacing a CC-Link Ver.2 board with a CC-Link Ver.1 board, or a CC-Link board with another of the same version The following describes how to replace a CC-Link Ver.2 board with a CC-Link Ver.1 board, or a CC-Link board with another of the same version. (1) When replacing a CC-Link Ver.2 board with a CC-Link Ver.1 board, change the terms shown in Appendix 6 as follows: •...
  • Page 317: Appendix 6.3 Precautions

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 6.3 Precautions This section provides the precautions for CC-Link board replacement. (1) When multiple CC-Link boards are mounted on the same PC, all the boards must be of the same version. (Example) When replacing a CC-Link Ver.1 board with a CC-Link Ver.2 board Replace all CC-Link Ver.1 boards currently mounted on the PC with CC-Link Ver.2 boards.
  • Page 318: Appendix 7 About "parameter Backup/restore Tool

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 7 About "Parameter backup/restore tool" This section describes the "Parameter backup/restore tool" that is used for re-using existing parameters. The "Parameter backup/restore tool" is a dedicated tool for backing up and restoring CC-Link board parameters, and is stored in the SW1DNC-CCBD2-B CD-ROM. (Backup) Stores parameters of the CC-Link board that is currently mounted to the PC into files.
  • Page 319: Appendix 7.1.2 Backing Up Parameters

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 7.1.2 Backing up parameters The following describes the procedure for backing up parameters. (1) Activate the "Parameter backup/restore tool." (Refer to Appendix 7.) (2) Select the <<Parameter backup>> in the "Parameter backup/restore tool" dialog box. Enter the destination where the parameters are to be backed up in the "Parameter file setting"...
  • Page 320: Appendix 7.1.3 Restoring Parameters

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 7.1.3 Restoring parameters The following describes the procedure for restoring parameters. (1) Activate the "Parameter backup/restore tool." (Refer to Appendix 7.) (2) Select the <<Parameter restore>> in the "Parameter backup/restore tool" dialog box. (Refer to Appendix 3.3.2.) Click the Browse button in the "Parameter file setting"...
  • Page 321 APPENDIX MELSEC (From the previous page) (5) When the restoration ends successfully, the dialog box on the left is displayed. Click the OK button to end the restoration. (6) The CC-Link board reset request is displayed. To make restored parameters effective, click the Yes button.
  • Page 322: Appendix 7.1.4 How To Check The Version

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 7.1.4 How to check the version The following shows how to check the version of the "Parameter backup/restore tool." (1) Click the icon ( ) on the title bar of the "Parameter backup/restore tool" screen. (2) Click "Version information" in the system menu. Click! (3) The version of the "Parameter backup/restore tool"...
  • Page 323: Appendix 7.2 Precautions When Using "parameter Backup/restoration Tool

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 7.2 Precautions when using "Parameter backup/restoration tool" The following are the precautions for using the "Parameter backup/restoration tool." (1) Precautions when activating "Parameter backup/restoration tool" Back up or restore parameters with the CC-Link Utility already installed. (2) Restrictions on restoration The following table shows whether backed-up parameters can be restored or not for each case.
  • Page 324: Appendix 8 Setting Checklists

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 8 Setting Checklists Some kinds of sheets are provided in this section for setting the parameters required for the CC-Link system configuration. Make photocopies and use them as needed. Appendix 8.1 Parameter setting checklist Parameter Setting Check List Setting item Setting range/Item Channel No.
  • Page 325: Appendix 8.2 Station Information Setting Checklist

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 8.2 Station information setting checklist Station information setting checklist Intelligent buffer select (word) Expanded Remote station Reserve/invalid Sta. No. Station type Occupied Sta. cyclic points station select Send Receive Automatic App - 63 App - 63...
  • Page 326 APPENDIX MELSEC Intelligent buffer select (word) Expanded Remote station Reserve/invalid Sta. No. Station type Occupied Sta. cyclic points station select Send Receive Automatic App - 64 App - 64...
  • Page 327: Appendix 8.3 Device Assignment Checklist

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 8.3 Device assignment checklist Device assignment checklist RX00 to RX1F RY00 to RY1F RWw0 to RWw3 RWr0 to RWr3 RX20 to RX3F RY20 to RY3F RWw4 to RWw7 RWr4 to RWr7 RX40 to RX5F RY40 to RY5F RWw8 to RWwB RWr8 to RWrB RX60 to RX7F...
  • Page 328 APPENDIX MELSEC RX580 to RX59F RY580 to RY59F RWwB0 to RWwB3 RWrB0 to RWrB3 RX5A0 to RX5BF RY5A0 to RY5BF RWwB4 to RWwB7 RWrB4 to RWrB7 RX5C0 to RX5DF RY5C0 to RY5DF RWwB8 to RWwBB RWrB8 to RWrBB RX5E0 to RX5FF RY5E0 to RY5FF RWwBC to RWwBF RWrBC to RWrBF...
  • Page 329: Appendix 9 Combinations With Existing Software

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 9 Combinations with Existing Software This section describes the combinations of boards with existing software. There is no restriction when using CC-Link Ver.2 board with other MELSEC interface boards or MELSOFT products on the same personal computer. For the restrictions of the applicable operating environment and applicable access target, refer to the manual of each product.
  • Page 330: Appendix 10 Checking Serial Number And Function Version

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 10 Checking Serial Number and Function Version This section explains how to check serial number, the function version and ROM version of the CC-Link Ver.2 board and the SW1DNC-CCBD2-B version. (1) Checking serial number, function version, and ROM version of the CC-Link Ver.2 board (a) Checking serial number and function version The function version of the CC-Link Ver.2 board can be checked at "Serial"...
  • Page 331 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Checking the SW1DNC-CCBD2-B version Select "Version information" from the system menu displayed by clicking on the icon ( ) on the title bar of CC-Link Ver.2 utility. Click ! App - 69 App - 69...
  • Page 332: Appendix 11 Cc-link Version

    For the maximum total cable length and the cable length between stations for the Ver.1.00 products, refer to Section 3.2.2. (2) Definition of Ver.2 The CC-Link Ver.2 board is defined as the Q80BD-J61BT11N /Q81BD-J61BT11 type CC-Link system master/local interface board supporting the extended cyclic points.
  • Page 333: Appendix 12 Mode Selection Method

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 12 Mode Selection Method Three different modes are available for CC-Link system to be applicable to various systems. The following flowchart explains the points of mode selection. Do you use CC-Link for the first time? Does the Are modules system completely utilize to be connected only...
  • Page 334: Appendix 13 New And Improved Functions

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 13 New and Improved Functions Appendix 13.1 Change of hardware function There is no new and improved functions related to the hardware version. Appendix 13.2 Update of software package For details of the update version software and the functions which are added or changed, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 335: Appendix 14 Restrictions For Operating System

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 14 Restrictions for Operating System For the following applicable operating systems, use SW1DNC-CCBD2-B with the supported version. The following version of software and manuals are provided continuously. Supported version Operating system SW1DNC-CCBD2-B Manual number Windows Server 2008 Windows Vista 1.16S SH-080527ENG-U...
  • Page 336: Appendix 15 Warning Message Appears On Windows

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 15 Warning Message Appears on Windows Appendix 15.1 Overview of warning message When using an operating system with the user account control function, a warning message appears when you run the CC-Link Ver.2 utility or the Device monitor utility. (Refer to Section 8.1) App - 74 App - 74...
  • Page 337: Appendix 15.2 Methods For Preventing The Warning Message

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 15.2 Methods for preventing the warning message POINT The user account control (UAC) function prevents a crash (e.g. prevention of start- up of a program which executes unintended operation). Before setting this function, grasp that the security function offered by UAC will be disabled and fully understand the risk.
  • Page 338 APPENDIX MELSEC (From preceding page) 4) Set the slide bar [Never notify me when] and click the OK button. (Setting completion) App - 76 App - 76...
  • Page 339 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Allowing the warning message without showing it The following shows a procedure for allowing a warning message without showing it. 1) Open the Control Panel. 2) Select [System and Security]. 3) Select [Administrative Tools]. (To next page) App - 77 App - 77...
  • Page 340 APPENDIX MELSEC (From preceding page) 4) Select [Local Security Policy]. * When user account control is enabled, the following screen appears. Click the Continue or Yes button. 5) Select [Local Policies]. 6) Select [Security Options]. (To next page) App - 78 App - 78...
  • Page 341 APPENDIX MELSEC (From preceding page) 7) Select [User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode Prompt for consent]. 8) Select [Elevate without prompting] on the <<Local Security Setting>>, and click the OK button. (Setting completion) App - 79 App - 79...
  • Page 342: Appendix 16 Behavior When Personal Computer Enters Power Save Mode Or Fast Startup

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 16 Behavior When Personal Computer Enters Power Save Mode or Fast Startup CC-Link Ver.2 board does not support the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) and the fast startup function. The following explains the behavior of the personal computer when the personal computer enters each mode.
  • Page 343: Appendix 16.2 Behavior When The Fast Startup Function Is Enabled

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 16.2 Behavior when the fast startup function is enabled (1) Target operating system The following operating systems have the fast startup function.  Windows 10  Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2  Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 (2) Behavior when entering the fast startup function is enabled The following explains the behavior of the board when the fast startup function is enabled.
  • Page 344: Appendix 17 Melsecpowermanager

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 17 MELSECPowerManager MELSECPowerManager is a service application which monitors the Windows Power Options settings every 30 seconds to prevent the personal computer from entering the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) or fast startup. MELSECPowerManager is applicable for the following operating systems. ...
  • Page 345: Appendix 17.3 Checking Melsecpowermanager

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 17.3 Checking MELSECPowerManager The following explains how to check the installation and operating status of MELSECPowerManager. The following is a setting example when using Windows 1) Open [Control Panel] [System and Security]. 2) Select [Administrative Tools]. 3) Double-click [Services]. (To next page) App - 83 App - 83...
  • Page 346 APPENDIX MELSEC (From preceding page) 4) Check if MELSECPowerManager is registered. (Setting completion) POINT  When MELSECPowerManager is disabled, the personal computer may enter the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) automatically depending on the settings on the personal computer. Do not disable MELSECPowerManager because the CC- Link Ver.2 board does not function normally if the personal computer enters the power save mode (hibernate, sleep).
  • Page 347: Appendix 18 Emc And Low Voltage Directive

    CE marking. (1) Sales representative in EU member states The authorized representative in EU member states will be: Company name : Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany Appendix 18.1 Requirements for Conformance to EMC Directive The final decision on the method for the EMC Directive conformance and the application must be made by the manufacturer of the machinery.
  • Page 348 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) Immunity requirements Standard Test item Test description Value specified in standard An electrostatic discharge is EN61000-4-2 • 8kV Air discharge applied to the enclosure of the Electrostatic discharge immunity • 4kV Contact discharge equipment. 80% AM modulation @1kHz EN61000-4-3 •...
  • Page 349 APPENDIX MELSEC (2) Installing devices in the control panel Installing devices in the control panel has a considerable effect, not only securing safety but also shielding the noise generated from the personal computer in the control panel. : Also, each network remote station needs to be installed inside the control panel. However, the waterproof type remote station can be installed outside the control panel.
  • Page 350 APPENDIX MELSEC (3) Cables Use a shielded cable for the cable extended out of the control panel. If a shielded cable is not used or not grounded correctly, the noise immunity will not meet the required value. (a) Grounding of shielded of shield cable ...
  • Page 351 APPENDIX MELSEC (b) CC-Link dedicated cable  Always ground the CC-Link dedicated cable connected to the CC-Link system master station, local station and remote station. Since the CC-Link dedicated cable is a shielded cable, remove a part of the outer sheath. Then ground the exposed part of the shield indicated in the figure below using as wide a surface area as possible.
  • Page 352: Appendix 18.2 Requirements For Conformance To Low Voltage Directive

    APPENDIX MELSEC (4) Noise filter (power supply line filter) Noise filter is effective for reducing conducted noise in the 10MHz or less frequency. (Use of a noise filter can suppress noise.) The installation precautions are described below.  Do not bundle the cables on the input side and output side of the noise filter. If bundled, the output side noise will be induced into the filtered cable on the input side.
  • Page 353: Appendix 19 External Dimensions

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 19 External Dimensions Appendix 19.1 Q80BD-J61BT11N Unit mm App - 91 App - 91...
  • Page 354: Appendix 19.2 Q81bd-j61bt11

    APPENDIX MELSEC Appendix 19.2 Q81BD-J61BT11 Unit mm App - 92 App - 92...
  • Page 355 APPENDIX MELSEC MEMO App - 93 App - 93...
  • Page 356 INDEX Data link stop (SB0002) ......App-17 Data link stop acceptance (SB0044) ..App-17 Auto return function ........ 1- 6,4-23 Data link stop complete (SB0045) .... App-17 Data link stop/restart ........4-42 Detailed LED display status (SW0058) ..App-23 Backing up parameters ......App-57 Device assignment checklist ....
  • Page 357 Intelligent device station communication ..1- 5 Internal current consumption ......3- 2 Online operation screen ......... 8- 9 Operating the Utility Software Starting a utility ..........8- 1 Line status (SW0090)........ App-27 Ending a utility ..........8- 2 Link refresh ............ 4-39 Other settings screen ........
  • Page 358 Reserve station function ........ 1- 8 Ver.2 compatible remote registers (RWw) and Reserved station specified status (SB0074) (RWr) ............App-15 ..............App-20 Ver.2 compatible slave station ..... A-20 Reserved station specified status (SW0074) ..............App-25 Weight ............. 3- 2 Restoring parameters........ App-58 Whether send/receive of cyclic data is enabled or not ..............
  • Page 359 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 360 Microsoft, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual Studio, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Windows XP are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Pentium is either registered trademark or trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 362 SH(NA)-080527ENG-X(1709)KWIX MODEL: Q80BD-BT11N-SW1-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JR77 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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