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MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network
Remote Head Module User's Manual
(Application)
-RJ72GF15-T2

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  • Page 1 MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module User's Manual (Application) -RJ72GF15-T2...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before using this product.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product only. For the safety precautions of the programmable controller system, refer to the MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual.
  • Page 4 [Design Precautions] WARNING ● Configure safety circuits external to the programmable controller to ensure that the entire system operates safely even when a fault occurs in the external power supply or the programmable controller. Failure to do so may result in an accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction. (1) Emergency stop circuits, protection circuits, and protective interlock circuits for conflicting operations (such as forward/reverse rotations or upper/lower limit positioning) must be configured external to the programmable controller.
  • Page 5 [Design Precautions] WARNING ● If a communication cable is disconnected, the network may be unstable, resulting in a communication failure of multiple stations. Configure an interlock circuit in the program to ensure that the entire system will always operate safely even if communications fail. Failure to do so may result in an accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction.
  • Page 6 [Design Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not install the control lines or communication cables together with the main circuit lines or power cables. Keep a distance of 100mm or more between them. Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise. ●...
  • Page 7 [Installation Precautions] CAUTION ● Use the programmable controller in an environment that meets the general specifications in the Safety Guidelines included with the base unit. Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, malfunction, or damage to or deterioration of the product. ●...
  • Page 8 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Individually ground the FG and LG terminals of the programmable controller with a ground resistance of 100 ohms or less. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction. ● Use applicable solderless terminals and tighten them within the specified torque range. If any spade solderless terminal is used, it may be disconnected when the terminal screw comes loose, resulting in failure.
  • Page 9 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] WARNING ● Do not touch any terminal while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction. ● Correctly connect the battery connector. Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire. Also, do not expose it to liquid or strong shock. Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, ignite, or leak, resulting in injury and fire.
  • Page 10 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION ● Startup and maintenance of a control panel must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel with knowledge of protection against electric shock. Lock the control panel so that only qualified maintenance personnel can operate it. ●...
  • Page 11 [Transportation Precautions] CAUTION ● When transporting lithium batteries, follow the transportation regulations. For details on the regulated models, refer to the MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual. ● The halogens (such as fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine), which are contained in a fumigant used for disinfection and pest control of wood packaging materials, may cause failure of the product.
  • Page 12: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and develop familiarity with the functions and performance of the MELSEC iQ-R series programmable controller to handle the product correctly. Please make sure that the end users read this manual.
  • Page 13 CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 14 Network Application Setting..............81 Module Parameter .
  • Page 15: Relevant Manuals

    [SH-081614ENG] CC-Link IE Field Network remote head module e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool. e-Manual has the following features: • Required information can be cross-searched in multiple manuals.
  • Page 16: Terms

    A generic term for the devices supporting IP communication (such as personal computers) Ethernet-equipped module A generic term for the RJ71EN71 (when the Ethernet function is used) and MELSEC iQ-R series CPU module (when the Ethernet function is used) Global label A label that is valid for all the program data when multiple program data are created in the project.
  • Page 17 Word data output from the master station to a slave station (For some areas in a local station, data are output in the opposite direction.) RQ extension base unit The abbreviation for the MELSEC iQ-R series RQ extension base unit SIL2 function module Another name for the R6PSFM This module is used with the SIL2 Process CPU as a pair and performs safety control.
  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Functions

    FUNCTIONS Data Communication Data communication with the master station Data is communicated by the following methods between the remote head module and the master station. • Cyclic transmission ( Page 17 Cyclic Transmission) • Transient transmission ( User's manual for the master/local module used) Data communication with the connected module The following methods are used for data communication with a module connected to the remote head module.
  • Page 19: Cyclic Transmission

    Cyclic Transmission This section describes how to perform cyclic transmission of bit and word device data of the remote head module. Cyclic transmission of bit device data The CPU module (1) can use the input (X) and output (Y) data from a module connected to the remote head module (3) as if they were the input and output data of the master/local module (2).
  • Page 20 Data flow This section describes the cyclic transmission data flow of bit device data and the setting for transmission. • When data is input from an intelligent device station to the master station: The input (X) data from each module connected to the remote head module is input to the remote input (RX) of the master station.
  • Page 21 ■When the default I/O assignment settings are used This section describes the data flow when 0000H is set to the start I/O number of the RX/RY setting of the master station, and when the I/O assignment setting of the remote head module is not changed from the default. RJ72GF15-T2 RX10 RY10R2...
  • Page 22 ■When the settings of I/O assignment are changed This section describes the data flow when 0000H is set to the start I/O number of the RX/RY setting of the master station, and when the I/O assignment setting of the remote head module is changed from the default. The following shows the assignment when the I/O assignment is set as shown in the following window.
  • Page 23 Setting method In the network configuration setting of the master station, set the total number of I/O points of the modules connected to the remote head module, in 16-point units. • To set an empty slot on the intelligent device station or to change a start I/O number, change the I/O assignment setting in the remote head module.
  • Page 24 Output status for each status Depending on the status of the data link and remote head module, data may not be able to be output. The following table summarizes how the status of the data link and remote head module affects the output status. : Not dependent on the status Switch Remote head...
  • Page 25: Cyclic Transmission Of Word Device Data

    Cyclic transmission of word device data The CPU module (1) can use the word data (such as data stored in the buffer memory) of the module connected to the remote head module (3) as if it were the word device of the master/local module (2). 1 FUNCTIONS 1.2 Cyclic Transmission...
  • Page 26 Data flow This section describes the cyclic transmission data flow of word device data and the setting for transmission. • When data is transferred from the master station to the intelligent device station: The remote register (RWw) data of the master station is transferred to the buffer memory of the intelligent function module connected to the remote head module.
  • Page 27 Setting method Perform the refresh settings of the intelligent function module connected to the remote head module. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Target Module  [Refresh settings] Specify the following devices as the devices to be refreshed. Item Setting range of refresh target device "Transfer to the intelligent function module"...
  • Page 28: Precautions

    Precautions When the firmware version of the master station of MELSEC iQ-R series is "04" or earlier, network reconnection processing is performed in all stations in the following cases. • Connecting and disconnecting cables • Powering off and off For that reason, a data link error may momentarily occur in all the stations, and the outputs of the connected slave stations may turn off.
  • Page 29: Remote Operation

    Remote Operation The operating status of the remote head module can be changed using an engineering tool or dedicated instructions from the module. The following types of remote operation are available: • Remote RUN/STOP • Remote RESET Remote RUN/STOP This function remotely changes the operating status of the remote head module to RUN or to STOP, keeping the switch of the remote head module at the RUN position.
  • Page 30: Remote Reset

    Remote RESET This function remotely resets the remote head module without switch operation when the remote head module is in STOP state (including when either a moderate or major error occurs in the remote head module). Even when the switch of the remote head module is at the RUN position, this function can reset the module if it is in the STOP state.
  • Page 31: Label Access Setting From External Device

    Label Access Setting from External Device This setting enables external devices to communicate with the remote head module through GOT, SLMP, or other method by specifying global label names. Communication by specifying global label names includes the following: • Communication from external devices (such as a monitoring device and personal computer) using label names •...
  • Page 32: Ras Function

    RAS Function Self-diagnostic function This function diagnoses the remote head module to see whether an error exists or not. Timing of self-diagnostics If an error occurs when the remote head module is powered on or while it is in the RUN/STOP state, the remote head module detects and displays the error.
  • Page 33 ■Remote head module operation setting at error detection Set the operation of the remote head module when an error is detected, in "Remote head Module Operation Setting at Error Detection" of "RAS Setting" in "CPU Parameter". ( Page 79 RAS Setting) ■Remote head module operation setting Set the operation of the remote head module when an error occurs in each intelligent function module.
  • Page 34: Error Clear Function

    Error clear function This function clears all the existing errors at once. Error clear of only specific remote head module Operate the specific remote head module and clear the errors of the specific remote head module. ■How to clear errors Errors can be cleared in the following way.
  • Page 35 Error clear of all remote head modules Operate the master station and clear the errors in all the connected remote head modules. This operation clears all the currently occurring errors at once so that none of them can be detected. ■How to clear errors Errors are cleared in the following way using the master station program or the engineering tool.
  • Page 36: Event History Function

    Event history function This function collects the event information from each module, such as errors detected by the module and operation performed to the module, and stores them in the remote head module. Once errors and operations are stored, they can be checked chronologically.
  • Page 37 Storing the event history This section describes storing of the event history. ■Modules from which event history information is collected Event history information is collected from the remote head module and other modules installed on the same base unit (the main base unit and extension base units).
  • Page 38 Viewing the event history The event history can be viewed using the menu of the engineering tool. For operating procedures and how to interpret the displayed information, refer to the following:  GX Works3 Operating Manual Clearing the event history The event history can be cleared in the event history window.
  • Page 39: Redundant Power Supply System Diagnostic Function

    Redundant power supply system diagnostic function This function diagnoses the redundant power supply system where the power supply module is redundant using the redundant power supply base unit. For the redundant power supply system, refer to the following.  MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual Redundant power supply system diagnostics ■Description When a redundant power supply is configured, this function checks the following.
  • Page 40 Method for checking information related to the function The status of the redundant power supply module can be checked with special relay (SM) and special register (SD). ■Special relay SM number Name SM150 Power-off/power supply voltage drop detection SM151 Power supply module failure detection SM152 Momentary power failure detection (power supply module 1) SM153...
  • Page 41 Replacement of the redundant power supply module This section describes the procedure for replacing the redundant power supply module in the redundant power supply system configuration. ■Preventing detection of error in redundant power supply module Set "Not Detected" in the following. [CPU Parameter] ...
  • Page 42: Security Function

    Security Function This function protects the user property (1) stored inside remote head modules in the MELSEC iQ-R series system from unauthorized access (including access via the Internet or an intranet), theft, alteration, and faulty operation. Data to be protected Purpose...
  • Page 43: Monitor Function (current Value Change)

    Monitor Function (Current Value Change) This function changes the value of the remote head module device or the buffer memory of the intelligent function module mounted on the remote head module. When the CPU module on the master station is in the STOP state, the value of device (Y) on the remote head module side can be set as on.
  • Page 44: Redundant Function

    Redundant Function This function improves system reliability by making the remote head module redundant so that the remote head module can continue control even if an error occurs in either of the remote head modules. In the redundant system described in this manual, continuous operation of the system is not always guaranteed as this would depend on the failure status.
  • Page 45: System Configuration

    System configuration This section describes the redundant system configuration of the remote head module. The remote head modules are mounted in the CPU slot and slot No.0 of the main base unit. The remote head module mounted in the CPU slot is remote head No.1 (1) and the remote head module mounted in the slot No.0 is remote head No.2 (2).
  • Page 46 Single line In single line, all the stations are connected to a single network line. Two types of single line are available: redundant master station and redundant slave station. For the redundant master station, refer to the following.  MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application) ■Redundant slave station For the redundant slave station, the two remote head modules are connected as redundant remote head module.
  • Page 47: Procedures Before Operation

    Procedures before operation This section describes the points that must be kept in mind about the operation procedure when a redundant system is configured. Mounting modules and connecting cables • Mount the remote head module into the CPU slot and slot No.0 of the main base unit. •...
  • Page 48: System Switching Operation

    System switching operation The send range of cyclic transmission of both systems is as follows: • The own station send range of the link devices (RY, RWw) of both systems is the same due to pairing. • The remote head module of the control system sends and receives cyclic data. •...
  • Page 49 After system switching operation The new control system performs I/O refresh with a module on the base unit. Send data is passed to the new control system when systems are switched to continue cyclic transmission. Each number in the figure, from No.0 to No.2, represents a station number. No.0 No.1 No.2...
  • Page 50: Determining Control System And Standby System

    Determining control system and standby system The control system and standby system of the remote head modules are determined either in order of system power supply startup or remote head module reset clear. Single line This section describes the system determination for when the remote head module is redundant with single line and redundant slave station.
  • Page 51 Redundant line In redundant line configuration, the control system and standby system of the remote head module are determined by tracking the master station. ■When the system starts by turning the power on The control system and standby system are determined by tracking the master station. •...
  • Page 52 ■When the system starts by simultaneously resetting the remote head modules of both systems or by performing remote reset operation The entire system is reset. After reset clear, the control system and standby system are determined by tracking the master station. Remote reset operation can be performed only on the remote head module of the control system.
  • Page 53: System Consistency Check And Operations When An Error Occurs

    System consistency check and operations when an error occurs When the redundant function is used, for control of the system to continue when systems are switched, the files and operating statuses of the remote head modules of the control system and standby system must be the same. The system consistency check checks whether the files and operating status of the remote head module of the standby system are the same as those of the control system.
  • Page 54 System consistency check of files The files for operating the redundant system are checked. ■Target file The following is a list of files to be checked for system consistency. Target file CPU parameter System parameter Module parameter Module extension parameter Device comment Global label setting file Initial global label value file...
  • Page 55: System Switching Function

    System switching function This section describes how to switch systems when a redundant system is operating, whether or not the system switching can be executed, operations after the cause of failure to switch systems is eliminated, and how to check information on system switching.
  • Page 56 ■System switching due to moderate error or major error When either a moderate or major error occurs in the remote head module of the control system, the remote head module of the standby system switches to the control system. The remote head module of the control system where the moderate or major error has occurred switches to the standby system.
  • Page 57 In redundant line ■Tracking of system switching of the master station By tracking the system switching of the master station, systems of the remote head module are switched. For system switching of the master station, refer to the following.  MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application) Conditions of system switching The following table lists the conditions of system switching.
  • Page 58 Operations after the cause of failure to switch systems is eliminated In a single line configuration, after systems have failed to be switched, if the cause of failure in the system switching of the remote head module of the standby system is eliminated, systems may be switched. ■Standby system is reset or hardware failure The following table lists cases in which systems fail to be switched because the standby system is reset or a hardware failure occurs.
  • Page 59 ■Data link error of the standby system The following table lists cases in which systems fail to be switched due to a data link error in the standby system. System System switching cause of System status before Status after powering off and on remote head No.2 after switching control system and after the system...
  • Page 60 Check method of information on system switching This section describes how to check information on system switching when systems are switched. When automatic system switching or manual system switching is performed, information on the system switching event can be checked in the following ways. Check method Information Special register (SD)
  • Page 61: Memory Copy Function From Control System To Standby System

    Memory copy function from control system to standby system This function transfers data such as parameters of the remote head module of control system to the remote head module of standby system to match the remote head module of the control system. Memory copy is not executed from the standby system to the control system.
  • Page 62 Operations when memory copy is executed The operations when memory copy is executed is explained using an example when power is turned off and on. Powering off and on the system. When a file mismatch is detected by system consistency check, the ERR LED of the standby system flashes. Also, the CTRL LED of the control system flashes to indicate the system switching disable state.
  • Page 63: Functions Restricted In A Redundant System

    Functions restricted in a redundant system The following table lists the functions restricted when using the remote head module in a redundant system. Function Restrictions Remote operation Remote RESET Only when this operation is performed on the remote head module of the control system, the entire system is reset.
  • Page 64: Setting Example

    Setting example This section describes the settings for when the remote head module is redundant with single line and redundant slave station. For the setting examples of redundant master station and redundant local station with single line, and the setting example of redundant line, refer to the following.
  • Page 65 Set the master/local module for slot No.0 in the I/O assignment setting. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [System Parameter]  [I/O Assignment] tab  [I/O Assignment Setting] Click the [OK] button to add the module labels of the master/local module. Set the network topology as follows.
  • Page 66 Set the network configuration as follows. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Set the refresh settings as follows. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Refresh Settings] Write the set parameters to the CPU module on the master station.
  • Page 67 Settings in the slave station Connect the engineering tool to the remote head module of remote head No.1 and set parameters. In a redundant system, also write the same parameters to remote head No.2. Set the remote head module as follows. [Project] ...
  • Page 68: Safety Communication Relay Function

    Safety Communication Relay Function This function relays safety communications between the SIL2 Process CPU included in the master station and the module set to the SIL2 mode included in the remote head module. System configuration This section describes the system configuration of the safety communication relay function. The system of the safety communication relay function is configured as described below.
  • Page 69 Redundant line The system of the redundant line is configured as shown below. (3) (4) (2) (3) (1)SIL2 Process CPU (2)SIL2 function module (3)Redundant function module (4)RJ71GF11-T2 (5)Remote head module (6)Module set to SIL2 mode For the redundant line, refer to the following. ...
  • Page 70: Procedures Before Operation

    Procedures before operation This section describes the procedures to configure the system of the safety communication relay function before operation. Mounting procedures Installation of batteries Install batteries to the SIL2 Process CPU of both systems. ( MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Startup)) Installation of an extended SRAM cassette or an SD memory card Install an extended SRAM cassette or SD memory card to the SIL2 Process CPU of both systems as necessary.
  • Page 71 Writing to the remote head module Write the parameters set by the engineering tool to the remote head module. ( MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module User's Manual (Startup)) Reset of the remote head module Restart the system of the remote head module using either of the following methods. •...
  • Page 72 User information setting Set the user information for the SIL2 Process CPU and the project of both systems. ( GX Works3 Operating Manual) Creation of a program Create a safety program and a standard program. Writing of data to the programmable controller Write the parameters set by the engineering tool and the programs created above to both systems.
  • Page 73 Validation of the module Safety module operation Check that systems of the SIL2 Process CPU and the remote head module are powered on, and validate the module set to the SIL2 mode by "Safety Module Operation" of the engineering tool. ( MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application)) Power-off of the system After validation, power off the systems for the SIL2 Process CPU and the remote head module.
  • Page 74 Procedures for operation check Various check Check the status of the modules and the operation of the programs used in the system. • Check that no errors have occurred in each module. • Check that the status of the LED on each module is as follows. •...
  • Page 75 Execution of the program Power off the SIL2 Process CPU and remote head module of both systems. Then, set the RUN/STOP/RESET switch on the SIL2 Process CPU and remote head module of both systems to the RUN position, and turn on the power. Check that the PROGRAM RUN LED on the CPU module in the control system turns on.
  • Page 76: Restricted Functions

    Restricted functions The following table lists the functions restricted when the remote head module is used in a system of the safety communication relay function. Function Restrictions Remote operation Remote RESET Only when this operation is performed on the remote head module of the control system, the entire system is reset.
  • Page 77: Precautions

    Precautions When the momentary power failure occurs The safety communications may stop since the safety communication relay function is discontinued and an error is detected. The function restarts when the momentary power failure is cleared. Take any of the following actions. Action Take measures for momentary power failure.
  • Page 78: Chapter 2 Parameter Settings

    PARAMETER SETTINGS This chapter describes CPU parameters of the remote head module and module parameters of the module mounted on the remote head module. CPU Parameters This section describes details on CPU parameters together with their setting windows. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [RJ72GF15-T2]  [CPU Parameter] Item Description Reference...
  • Page 79: Name Setting

    Name Setting Set titles and comments for the remote head module. Item Description Setting Range Title Setting Title Set titles (name or application) for the remote head module. Up to 32 one-byte characters (Default: Blank) Comment Setting Comment Set a comment for title for the remote head module. Up to 256 one-byte characters (Default: Blank) 2 PARAMETER SETTINGS...
  • Page 80: Operation Related Setting

    Operation Related Setting Set remote reset for the remote head module. Item Description Setting Range Remote Reset Setting Remote Reset Set whether to permit reset with an external remote operation for • Disable the remote head module. • Enable (Default: Enable *1 The default differs from that of the CPU module.
  • Page 81: Ras Setting

    RAS Setting Set parameters for the RAS function. Item Description Setting Range Error Detection Setting Module Verification Set whether or not to detect the module verification error. • Detect Error • Not detect (Default: Detect) Fuse Blown Set whether or not to detect a fuse blown of the module mounted on the remote head module.
  • Page 82: Network Required Setting

    Network Required Setting Set network numbers and station numbers for the remote head module. *1*2 Item Description Setting Range Network No. Network No. Set the network number of the remote head module. • Blank • 1 to 239 (Default: Blank) Station No.
  • Page 83: Network Application Setting

    Network Application Setting Set module operation mode, transfer between devices, and redundancy for the remote head module. Item Description Setting Range Module Module Online mode • Online Operation Operation • Select this mode to connect the remote head module to the network for •...
  • Page 84 Transfer Setting between Devices Set the settings for transfer between devices (3) to transfer the following devices of the remote head module (2) to the master station (1) as cyclic data. • Link special relay (SB) • Link special register (SW) •...
  • Page 85 Item Description Setting Range Setting Right-click in the "Transfer Setting between Devices" window and • Start/End Method select a device setting method from the "Setting Method" menu. • Points/Start • Start/End: Enter the start and end numbers of devices. (Default: Start/End) •...
  • Page 86: Module Parameter

    Module Parameter This section describes differences in module parameters between the module mounted on the remote head module and CPU module. Refresh settings • Refresh target: Only specified device is selectable. Module label and refresh data register (RD) cannot be selected. •...
  • Page 87: Chapter 3 Available File Operation

    AVAILABLE FILE OPERATION The following table lists file operations which are available for each file type. : Available, : N/A File type Operation using engineering tool Operation with SLMP and FTP server function Write Read Delete Write Read Delete  ...
  • Page 88 MEMO 3 AVAILABLE FILE OPERATION...
  • Page 89: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes errors that may occur during system operation, error causes, and actions to be taken. For the troubleshooting specific to each module, refer to the manual for the module used. Reading devices and saving the program at the time of an error helps to analyze the error cause. For read operations from the programmable controller, refer to the following.
  • Page 90 Select the error module, and execute the module diagnostics function. The error cause and the action to be taken can be displayed. ( Page 92 Checking the Module Status) [Diagnostics]  [System Monitor]  Double-click the error module. When data link cannot be performed even though the remote head module is normal in the module diagnostics, execute the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics, and take action.
  • Page 91: Checking With Led

    Checking with LED This section describes troubleshooting using LED. Error status can be determined by status of the RUN LED and the ERR LED. RUN LED ERR LED Error status Description On, flashing Major error An error such as hardware failure or memory failure. The module stops operating. Flashing Moderate error An error, such as parameter error, which affect module operation.
  • Page 92 When the D LINK LED turns off When the D LINK LED turns off, check the following. Check item Action Is the master station connected to the network and operating normally? • If an error has occurred in the CPU module on the master station, eliminate the cause of the CPU module error.
  • Page 93 When the L ERR LED turns on When the L ERR LED turns on, check the following. Check item Action Are the Ethernet cables used normally? • Check if the Ethernet cable which conforms the standard is used. ( User's manual for the master/local module used) •...
  • Page 94: Checking The Module Status

    Checking the Module Status The following items can be checked in the "Module Diagnostics" window for the remote head module. Item Description Error Information Displays the details of the errors currently occurring. Click the [Event History] button to check the history of errors that have occurred on the network, errors detected for each module, and operations that have been executed.
  • Page 95 Module Information List Switch to the [Module Information List] tab to check various status information of the remote head module. Item Description LED information Displays the LED status of the remote head module. SW information Displays the switch status of the remote head module. Individual information Station Type Displays "Intelligent device station".
  • Page 96 Module communication test The module communication test checks the hardware of the remote head module. When the communication using the remote head module is unstable, whether an hardware failure occurs or not can be checked. The following lists the tests performed. Test item Description Internal self-loopback test...
  • Page 97: Checking The Network Status

    Checking the Network Status Perform the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics to check the network status and error details or to perform an operation test for troubleshooting. This section describes a method for diagnosing the system by directly connecting the engineering tool to the remote head module.
  • Page 98 Remote operation For remote operations from the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics, follow the steps below. Select the module where the remote operations are performed in the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. Click the [Remote Operation] button in the "CC-Link IE Field Diagnostics"...
  • Page 99 ■When a redundant system of single line is configured When the remote head module is used in a redundant system of single line the station number setting of the remote head module from the master station is as follows: The remote head modules of both systems are displayed in the network map.
  • Page 100 ■When a redundant system of redundant line is configured When the remote head module is used in a redundant system of redundant line, the station number setting of the remote head module from the master station is as follows: Only the remote head module of either system is ■Control system displayed in the network map.
  • Page 101: Replacing The Remote Head Module

    Replacing the Remote Head Module This section describes the procedure for replacing the remote head module. For a system configuration other than a redundant system The remote head module can be replaced without stopping the data link in the entire network. Even if the remote head module connected does not have a station number, it can be set from the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics of the master station.
  • Page 102: For The Standby System In A Redundant System Configuration

    For the standby system in a redundant system configuration This section describes the procedure of replacing the remote head module of the standby system in a redundant system configuration The remote head module of the standby system can be replaced while the remote head module of the control system controls the system at power-on (online).
  • Page 103: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    Troubleshooting by Symptom If any function of the remote head module does not operate normally, perform troubleshooting by checking the following items. If the ERR LED is on or flashing, eliminate the error cause using the engineering tool. When cyclic transmission cannot be performed The following lists the actions to be taken if cyclic transmission cannot be performed.
  • Page 104: When The Specific Extension Base Unit Cannot Be Recognized

    When the specific extension base unit cannot be recognized When the specific extension base unit cannot be recognized, check the following items. Check item Action Is the extension base unit that cannot be recognized the Q series extension Refer to the troubleshooting for the case where the specific Q series base unit? extension base unit cannot be recognized.
  • Page 105: When A Redundant System Is Configured

    When a redundant system is configured The redundant system has not started. When the redundant system of the remote head module has not started, check the following items. Check item Action Does a moderate error or major error occur in the remote head No.1 and Perform troubleshooting using LED.
  • Page 106: Safety Communication Relay Cannot Be Performed

    Safety communication relay cannot be performed The following lists the actions to be taken if safety communication relay cannot be performed. Check item Action Is the D LINK LED of the remote head module turned on? If the D LINK LED is turned off or flashing, perform troubleshooting using LED. (...
  • Page 107: Error Codes

    Error Codes The remote head module stores the corresponding error code in the special register (SD) upon detection of an error using the self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs when the data communications are requested from the engineering tool, intelligent function module, or network system connected, the remote head module returns the corresponding error code to the request source.
  • Page 108: How To Clear Errors

    How to clear errors Error clear is available only for the error which can be cleared. ( Page 32 RAS Function) List of error codes Self-diagnostic error code of the remote head module (1000H to 3FFFH) The following table lists error codes detected by the self-diagnostic function of the remote head module. Error Error name Error details and cause...
  • Page 109 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 1B61H Standby A moderate error or major error has Eliminate the error cause, and restart the system.  Always system remote been detected in the remote head If the same error code is displayed again, the head module module of the standby system.
  • Page 110 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 2007H Module A module is mounted on the slot whose Remove the module mounted on the slot whose System At power-on, configuration number is later than that specified in the number is later than that specified in the system configuration at RESET...
  • Page 111 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 2044H Remote head The own remote head No. set in the Re-set the own remote head No. in the system System System module system parameters ("I/O Assignment parameters in accordance with the mounting configuration configuration...
  • Page 112 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 2221H Parameter The set value is out of range. Check the detailed information (parameter Parameter At power-on, error information) of the error by executing module information at RESET, at STOP ...
  • Page 113 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 2242H Parameter The intelligent function module has Check the detailed information (system System At power-on, error (module) detected a module parameter error. configuration information) of the error by executing configuration at RESET, at STOP ...
  • Page 114 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 2400H Module • The module information at power-on • Check the detailed information (system System Always verification differs from the information of configuration information) of the error by configuration error modules actually mounted.
  • Page 115 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 24C0H System bus An error was detected on the system • Take measures to reduce noise. System At module error bus. • Reset the remote head module, and run it again. configuration access If the same error code is displayed again, the...
  • Page 116 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 24D0H System bus • The extension level setting of the Q • Check and correct the level setting of the Q System Always error series extension base unit is series extension base unit.
  • Page 117 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 3006H Pairing setting Pairing is not set to the stations in a Check the pairing setting in the network Parameter At power-on, error redundant system. configuration setting of the master station. information at RESET 3007H...
  • Page 118 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 3714H System A file mismatch was detected in the • Check the detailed information (drive/file Drive/file At write, at consistency system consistency check. (The error is information) of the error by executing module information power-on, at check error...
  • Page 119 Error Error name Error details and cause Action Detailed Diagnostic code information timing 3C31H Memory error An error has been detected in the • Take measures to reduce noise. Failure Always memory. • Format the memory. Write all files to the remote information head module.
  • Page 120 Error codes detected by other causes than self-diagnostic function (4000H to 4FFFH) If an error occurs when the data communications are requested from the engineering tool, intelligent function module, or network system connected, the remote head module returns the corresponding error code (4000H to 4FFFH) to the request source.
  • Page 121 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4027H File related error The specified range is larger than the file size. Check the specified range and access within that range. 4028H File related error The same file already exists. Forcibly execute the request.
  • Page 122 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 406BH Online registration error Online operation was interrupted due to a remote Check the status of the remote head module by head module error. executing the module diagnostics. Identify the error, and take a corrective action referring to the troubleshooting section.
  • Page 123 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4123H File related error The specified drive (memory) is abnormal. Initialize the memory, and restore the drive (memory) to its normal state. 4124H File related error The specified drive (memory) is abnormal. Initialize the memory, and restore the drive (memory) to its normal state.
  • Page 124 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 41C1H File related error The format information data of the specified drive • The file information data may be corrupted. (memory) is abnormal. • Back up data in the remote head module, and then initialize the memory.
  • Page 125 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 41E9H File related error The specified file is being accessed. Execute again after a while. 41EBH File related error The file name is specified in a wrong method. Execute again after checking the file name. 41ECH File related error The file system of the specified drive (memory) is...
  • Page 126 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4249H Redundant system related The request cannot be executed because the Determine the control system or standby system error system setting (control system or standby system) (start up the system as the redundant system has not been determined (the system has not been normally), and execute the request again.
  • Page 127 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4A00H Network error • Access to the specified station cannot be made • Set to the related stations the routing parameters since the routing parameters are not set to the for access to the specified station. start source CPU module and/or relay CPU •...
  • Page 128 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4A24H IP communication test error • The network module on the path that IP packets • Replace the CC-Link IE module with the one travel does not support the IP packet transfer supporting the IP packet transfer function.
  • Page 129 Error code Error name Error details and cause Action 4B04H Target module error The specified connection destination (request An invalid value is set as the start I/O number of the destination module I/O number) is not supported. connection target module. Set the start I/O number of the target module correctly, and retry data communications.
  • Page 130: List Of Parameter Numbers

    List of Parameter Numbers This section lists parameter numbers. System Parameter The following is the list of parameter numbers of system parameters. Item Parameter No. I/O Assignment Base/Power/Extension Cable Setting Slots 0201H Base, Power Supply Module, Extension Cable 0203H I/O Assignment Setting Points, Start XY, Module Status Setting 0200H Control PLC Settings...
  • Page 131: Event List

    Event List The remote head module collects information from each module such as errors detected by the module, operations performed for the module, and stores it in the data memory. ( Page 34 RAS Function) When an event occurs, its event code and description can be read using an engineering tool.
  • Page 132 Detailed Item Description information Detailed information Start instruction issuing source Information on the start instruction issuing source • Network No. • Station No. Error-detected station information Information on the error-detected station • Error occurrence port • All receive frame count •...
  • Page 133: Event List

    Event list The following table lists events related to the remote head module. Event Event Event Detected event Description Detailed information code type category Detailed Detailed Detailed information 1 information 2 information 3   00100 System Info Link-up Link-up has occurred when the Operation network cable connected to the source...
  • Page 134 Event Event Event Detected event Description Detailed information code type category Detailed Detailed Detailed information 1 information 2 information 3   00800 System Warning Link-down Link-down has occurred when Operation network cable connected to the source external device was disconnected. information 00C00 <<Own station>>...
  • Page 135 Event Event Event Detected event Description Detailed information code type category Detailed Detailed Detailed information 1 information 2 information 3  20100 Operation Info Error clear Error clear was performed. Operation Operation target source information information 20200 Event history clear The event history was cleared.
  • Page 136: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 List of Link Special Relay (SB) Areas The link special relay (SB) is turned on/off depending on various factors during data link. An error status of the data link can be checked by monitoring it. Application of the link special relay (SB) By using the link special relay (SB), the status of CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked from HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) as well as the engineering tool.
  • Page 137 List of link special relay (SB) areas The following lists the link special relay (SB) areas. Do not turn on or off areas whose numbers are not on the list or ranges turned on/off by the system. Doing so may cause malfunction of the programmable controller system. Name Description SB0006...
  • Page 138 Name Description SB006C PORT1 current error frame Stores if a receive frame error line status caution level is currently occurring in the P1 side of the own station. reception status of own station (1) Off: A receive frame error line status caution level is not occurring. On: A receive frame error line status caution level is occurring.
  • Page 139: Appendix 2 List Of Link Special Register (sw) Areas

    Appendix 2 List of Link Special Register (SW) Areas The link special register (SW) stores the information during data link as a numerical value. Error locations and causes can be checked by monitoring the link special register (SW). Application of the link special register (SW) By using the link special register (SW), the status of CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked from HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) as well as the engineering tool.
  • Page 140 Name Description SW004B Module status of own Stores the status of the own station. station No value is stored for offline mode. 01H: STOP (normal) 02H: STOP (moderate/major error) 03H: STOP (minor error) 04H: RUN (normal) 05H: RUN (minor error) 0FH: Initial processing SW004E Network No.
  • Page 141: Appendix 3 List Of Special Relay (sm) Areas

    Appendix 3 List of Special Relay (SM) Areas The following table shows how to read the special relay (SM) list. Item Description Special relay number Name Special relay name Data stored Data stored in the special relay and its meaning Details Detailed description of the data stored Set by (setting timing)
  • Page 142 Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM61 I/O module verification error Off: Normal • This relay is turned on when the state of the I/ S (Error) On: Error O module is different from one registered during power-on, and the ON state is maintained even after later recovering to the normal state.
  • Page 143 Redundant power supply system The following table lists the special relay areas relating to the redundant power supply system. The information of the redundant power supply system is stored. All relays are turned off when the redundant power supply base unit is not used. Name Data stored Details...
  • Page 144 Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM154 Invalid power supply module Off: Valid/power-off/no • This relay is turned on when one or more of S (Status change) power supply module invalid power supply modules are existed. On: Invalid •...
  • Page 145 System information The following table lists the special relay areas relating to the system information. Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM203 STOP contact Off: Other than STOP state This relay is turned on in STOP state. S (Status change) On: STOP state SM230 Remote head No.1 error flag...
  • Page 146 Drive information The following table lists the special relay areas relating to the drive information. Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM632 Data memory write error Off: No write operation/ This relay is turned on when a write error is S (Writing) normal detected during write operation to the data...
  • Page 147 Online module change function The following table lists the special relay areas relating to the online module change function. Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM1600 Module selection request flag OffOn: Requested This relay is turned on to select an online S (Status change)/U change target module.
  • Page 148 Name Data stored Details Set by (setting timing) SM1615 Module selection cancellation OffOn: Module selection This relay is turned on to cancel a module S (Status change)/U request flag cancellation requested selection request. This relay can be turned on (Request) only when the value set in 'Online module change progress status' (SD1617) is 2 (Module selected).
  • Page 149 Redundant function (other system remote head module information) The following table lists the special relay areas relating to the redundant function. The remote head module information of the other system is stored. All relays are turned off when a redundant system is not used. : Can be set, : Cannot be set Name Data stored...
  • Page 150: Appendix 4 List Of Special Register (sd) Areas

    Appendix 4 List of Special Register (SD) Areas The following table shows how to read the special register (SD) list. Item Description Special register number Name Special register name Data stored Data stored in the special register Details Detailed description of the data stored Set by (setting timing) Set side of data (system or user) and timing when data is set by the system <Set by>...
  • Page 151 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD10 Self-diagnostic Self-diagnostic The maximum of 16 types of error codes are stored into 'Self-diagnostic error S (Error) error number error number 1 number' (SD10) onwards when the diagnostics detects an error. (The same error code as one already stored in 'Self-diagnostic error number' (SD10) onwards is not SD11 Self-diagnostic...
  • Page 152 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD81 to Detailed Detailed • The detailed information 1 corresponding to 'Latest self-diagnostic error code' S (Error) SD111 information 1 information 1 (SD0) is stored. • There are seven types of information to be stored as described below. •...
  • Page 153 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD81 to Detailed Detailed (5) System configuration information S (Error) ■SD81: With or without specification SD111 information 1 information 1 • b0: I/O No. • b1: Slot No. • b2: Base No. • b3: Power supply No. •...
  • Page 154 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD113 Detailed Detailed • The detailed information 2 corresponding to 'Latest self-diagnostic error code' S (Error) information 2 information 2 (SD0) is stored. SD143 • There are four types of information to be stored as described below. •...
  • Page 155 Redundant power supply system The following table lists the special register areas relating to the system information. The information of the redundant power supply system is stored. All registers are turned off when the redundant power supply base unit is not used. Name Description Details...
  • Page 156 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD154 Details of the invalid Details of the invalid • When an invalid power supply module exists, the status is stored using S (Status change) power supply power supply the following bit pattern. module module •...
  • Page 157 System information The following table lists the special register areas relating to the system information. Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD200 Status of switch Remote head The switch status of the remote head module is stored as follows: S (Switch change) module switch 0: RUN...
  • Page 158 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD243 No. of base slots No. of base slots The number of slots of the base unit, which is specified in "Base/Power/ S (Initial) Extension Cable Setting" in the [I/O Assignment] tab of "System SD244 Parameter", is stored.
  • Page 159 Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD300 Number of points The number of points assigned to the Z device is stored. S (Initial) assigned to the Fixed to 0. index register SD302 Number of points The number of points assigned to the LZ device is stored. S (Initial) assigned to the long Fixed to 0.
  • Page 160 Drive information The following table lists the special register areas relating to the drive information. Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD620 Data memory (drive 4) usage Data memory (drive 4) usage Usage status of the data memory is stored using the S (Status change) status status...
  • Page 161 Online module change function The following table lists the special register areas relating to the online module change function. Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1600 Module selection (base Base unit No. where the The base unit number where the online change target module S (Status change)/U unit No.) online change target...
  • Page 162 Redundant function The following table lists the special register areas relating to the redundant function. : Can be set, : Cannot be set Name Description Details Set by (setting Effective system timing) Control Standby system system   SD1643 System switching System switching System switching cause occurred in own S (System switching)
  • Page 163 Name Description Details Set by (setting Effective system timing) Control Standby system system   SD1649 System switching System switching System switching cause is stored. S (System switching) cause (when the cause (when the • When the systems are switched, the cause systems are systems are for system switching is stored in 'System...
  • Page 164 Name Description Details Set by (setting Effective system timing) Control Standby system system   SD1721 Detailed information Information • A detailed information 2 category code for S (Every END) 2 information category code 2 the error occurred in the other system is category (the other (the other system) stored.
  • Page 165: Appendix 5 Access Code And Attribute Code

    Appendix 5 Access Code and Attribute Code The following table lists the access codes and attribute code that are set when accessing the remote head module by using the RIRD or RIWT instruction of the master/local module. Device description Name Device type Unit Access code...
  • Page 166: Appendix 6 Processing Time

    Appendix 6 Processing Time Processing time used to calculate the transmission delay time This section describes the processing time of the remote head module. To calculate the processing time of CC-Link IE Field Network, add the processing time of the remote head module to the processing time of the slave stations.
  • Page 167 Transmission delay time of the dedicated instructions *1*2 The following is the formula to calculate the transmission delay time of the dedicated instructions. Condition Calculation formula Rio = 12  X Normal value Rio = 24  X Maximum value *1 When the master station is in "Normal"...
  • Page 168: System Switching Time

    System switching time The calculation formula for the system switching time of the remote head module is as follows: Line Type System System switching cause Calculation formula switching method = 15.5 + (2  LS) Single Line Automatic system Reset or hardware failure switching = 13 + (3 ...
  • Page 169: Appendix 7 New Or Revised Functions

    Appendix 7 New or Revised Functions The following table lists the new or revised functions of the remote head module. New or revised function Firmware version Safety communication relay function "05" or later *2 When 8-digit number is displayed on "Firmware Version" of "Product Information List" window in engineering tool, the first 2-digit shows the firmware version.
  • Page 170: Index

    INDEX .....15 Remote device station ..... 15 Remote head module .
  • Page 171 MEMO...
  • Page 172: Revisions

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  • Page 173: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the sales representative or Mitsubishi Service Company.
  • Page 174: Trademarks

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  • Page 176 SH(NA)-081616ENG-D(1712)MEE MODEL: RJ72GF15-T2-U-OU-E MODEL CODE: 13JX53 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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