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GOT-F900

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    OPERATION MANUAL GOT-F900...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Foreword • This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation and operation of GOT -F900. • Before attempting to install or use GOT-F900 this manual should be read and understood. •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL GOT-F900 OPERATION MANUAL Manual number : JY992D94701 Manual revision : A Date : April 2001...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900...

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    We look forward to hearing from you. Fax numbers: Your name ............ Mitsubishi Electric................. America (01) 847-478-2253 Your company ..........

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Guidelines for the Safety of the User and Protection of the Graphic operation terminal GOT-F900 This manual provides information for the use of the Graphic operation terminal GOT-F900. The manual has been written to be used by trained and competent personnel. The definition of such a person or persons is as follows;...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 • Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi Electric be liable or responsible for any consequential damage that may arise as a result of the installation or use of this equipment. • All examples and diagrams shown in this manual are intended only as an aid to understanding the text, not to guarantee operation.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents Manual configuration and various data ............1 1. Introduction ..................1-1 Outline......................1-1 Format of manual..................... 1-3 1.2.1 Contents described in manual................1-3 1.2.2 Abbreviations used in text ................... 1-3 Expressions and basic functions of operation keys ......... 1-4 1.3.1 Expressions of operation keys ................

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents Control devices and system information ............8-26 8.7.1 Control device (setting in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) ..........8-26 8.7.2 System information (setting in GT Designer) ............ 8-29 9. Screen mode..................9-1 Display format ....................9-1 Display size...................... 9-2 Outline of screen mode..................9-4 Number of registered screen construction elements ........

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents 13. Test Mode ..................13-1 13.1 Outline of test mode..................13-1 13.2 USER SCREEN ..................... 13-2 13.3 DATA BANK....................13-3 13.4 DEBUG ......................13-4 13.5 Communication monitor (F940GOT, F940WGOT) ........13-7 14. Other Mode ..................14-1 14.1 Outline of other mode ..................14-1 14.2 SET TIME SWITCH ..................

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents 18.5.5 Proportional Bar Graph ................... 18-24 18.5.6 Proportional Pie Graph..................18-25 18.5.7 Panel Meter ..................... 18-26 18.5.8 Indicator......................18-27 18.5.9 Label Indicator....................18-28 18.5.10 Text Indicator....................18-29 18.5.11 Image Indicator....................18-30 18.5.12 Overlay Screen....................18-31 18.5.13 Library Image ....................

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents 20.5.8 Lamp display function..................20-23 20.5.9 Panel meter display function ................20-24 20.6 Graph display function ................. 20-25 20.6.1 Trend graph..................... 20-26 20.6.2 Line graph ....................... 20-27 20.6.3 Bar graph......................20-28 20.6.4 Statistics graph display function ..............20-30 20.7 Touch keys....................

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Contents...

  • Page 15: Manual Configuration And Various Data

    GOT-F900 series graphic (separate volume) operation terminals. This manual contains explanations for installation and F9GT-40UMB MANUAL JY992D74101 operating procedure of F9GT-40UMB data transfer adapter. Applicable type F930GOT F940GOT F943GOT F940W Handy GOT F940GOT-SBD-H F940GOT-SWD F943GOT-LWD F940GOT-LBD-H F930GOT-BWD F940WGOT-TWD F940GOT-LWD F943GOT-SWD F943GOT-SBD-H F943GOT-LBD-H...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Manual configuration and various data MEMO...

  • Page 17: Introduction

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Introduction This section describes the product and system configuration of the graphic operation terminal. Outline The graphic operation terminal (hereafter abbreviated to GOT) is to be mounted on the face of a control panel or P L C operations panel, and connected to a programmable controller (hereafter abbreviated to PLC (except the A0J2))

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 System screens • Monitor function List program (only in the FX Series) - Programs can be read, written and monitored in the form of an instruction list program. Buffer memory (only in the FX and FX Series) - The contents of buffer memories (BFMs) of special blocks can be read, written and...

  • Page 19: Format Of Manual

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Format of manual 1.2.1 Contents described in manual This manual is described in the following format. Use each element of the format for index. Example: a) Section title Graphic Operation Terminal F940GOT Startup 2 Sections 1 to 17 describe operations.

  • Page 20: Expressions And Basic Functions Of Operation Keys

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Expressions and basic functions of operation keys The operation keys are expressed as follows in the text. The example of the screen display and key operation are described as an example of F940GOT when there is no description. 1.3.1 Expressions of operation keys 1) Touch keys on the screen which are actuated when being touched by fingers are enclosed...

  • Page 21: System Configuration

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 System configuration The method of connecting the GOT to PLC and peripheral devices is described below. 1.4.1 Connection of peripheral units of GOT The figure below shows the system configuration required to use the GOT with peripheral devices.

  • Page 22: Connectable Plc

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Connectable PLC Setting of the PLC to be connected is made according to "PLC TYPE" in "Operation environment setting (see Section 7)". Direct connection Computer link to CPU Upper link Connectable PLC Remarks RS-232C RS-422 RS-232C RS-422...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Direct connection Computer link to CPU Upper link Connectable PLC Remarks RS-232C RS-422 RS-232C RS-422 F930GOT, V4.10 or later should be Inverter FREQROL- used. A500, E500 and F940GOT, V6.10 or later should be ¡ S500 Series used.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 • In the case of F943GOT, connection to a PLC is limited to RS-232C communication. The types connectable through RS-422 communication shown in the table above are not applicable. • For the method of wiring to a PLC, refer to "GOT-F900 SERIES HARDWARE MANUAL.

  • Page 25: Got Version Upgrade History

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 GOT version upgrade history F930GOT Version Description V1.00 • First version • Addition of function, connecting to QnA Series PLC • Addition of function, bar code connection • Addition of function, observe status V2.00 •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 F940GOT and F943GOT (including handy GOT) Version Description V1.00 • First version V1.10 • Compatible with QnA Series (A Series mode) • Compatible with SLC500 Series manufactured by Allen-Bradley Co., Inc. V2.00 • Addition of function of bar code connection •...

  • Page 27: Screen Creation Software Version Upgrade History

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Screen creation software version upgrade history The following software is used to create display screens. FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E Version Description V1.00 • First version (not compatible with F900 Series GOT) • Addition of function, programming F940GOT •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 GT Designer (Main items relating to F900 Series GOT) SW¨ : Abbreviation of SW¨D5C-GOTR-PACKE (A), (B)... : Abbreviation of screen creation software package version name Version Description SW0D5C(A) • First version (not compatible with F900 Series GOT) •...

  • Page 29: Preservation Of Screen Data And Backup

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 Preservation of screen data and backup The undermentioned data is stored in RAM of GOT or the flash memory. RAM area: Data is backed up with the built in battery. 1) Content set by system setting requirements of GOT main unit. 2) Alarm history 3) Sampling collection data 4) Operating time...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Introduction 1 MEMO 1-14...

  • Page 31: Specifications

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Specifications 2 Specifications For the power supply specifications, refer to "GOT-F900 SERIES HARDWARE MANUAL". General specifications Item Specifications Use: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) (0 to 40°C when using an extension interface or for handy GOT) Temperature Storage: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)

  • Page 32: Display Section Specifications

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Specifications 2 Display section specifications Specifications Item F940GOT-LWD F940GOT-SWD F930GOT-BWD F940WGOT-TWD F943GOT-LWD F943GOT-SWD TFT-type full dot LCD type STN-type full dot matrix LCD matrix LCD Dot pitch Display Horizontal × × × × 0.47 × 0.47 0.36 ×...

  • Page 33: Outside Dimensions

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Outside dimensions 3 Outside dimensions F940GOT,F943GOT F930GOT 5 ( 0 . 2 0 " ) 1 3 6 ( 5 . 3 5 " ) P O W E R 1 4 6 ( 5 . 7 5 " ) 4 9 ( 1 .

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Outside dimensions 3 MEMO...

  • Page 35: Part Names

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Part names 4 Part names Front panel 1) Display <Example> - F930GOT Front panel of F940GOT "240 × 80 dots" graphic display Character string: 30 characters × 5 lines - F940GOT, F943GOT "320 × 240 dots" graphic display Character string: 40 characters ×...

  • Page 36: Functions Of Connectors

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Part names 4 Functions of connectors A PLC and peripheral devices are connected to the following connectors of the GOT. F930GOT F940GOT F943GOT F940WGOT 1) Port for PLC (RS-422 connector) D-sub, 9-pin, female - Used for RS-422 connection to a PLC. - Also used to connect two or more GOT units (RS-422 connection).

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Part names 4 • When connecting to a PLC through a computer link unit, the connector 1), 2) or 3) should be used. • When two or more GOT units are connected, 2-system connection cannot be made. It is not possible to connect two or more PLCs to one GOT.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Part names 4 MEMO...

  • Page 39: Installation

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Installation 5 Installation Panel cut dimension On the panel face, drill an installation hole of the dimension shown below. S p a c e f o r m e t a l f i x t u r e Unit: mm (inches) F930GOT F940GOT, F943GOT...

  • Page 40: Installation

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Installation 5 Installation GOT-F900 units are designed as to be embedded in a panel. Install the GOT using the procedure shown below. For the panel cut dimension, refer to the previous page. 1) Inserting the GOT into the panel face Attach a packing seal to the GOT.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Installation 5 3) Inner dimension of the panel required for installation When installing the GOT, take into consideration the inner dimension shown below. a) PLC connection cable b) Packing F930GOT 2 4 V D C 9 ( 0 . 3 5 " ) 9 ( 0 .

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Installation 5 MEMO...

  • Page 43: Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Function 6 Function Function list The functions of the GOT are divided into 6 modes. The operator can use each function by selecting the corresponding mode. Reference Mode Function Outline of function sections Character • Alphanumerics are displayed. display Drawing •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Function 6 Reference Mode Function Outline of function sections Forced ON/OFF • The bit devices in the PLC can be forced ON or OFF. • State (S) Nos. in the ON status are automatically displayed mode State monitor for monitoring (valid only when MELSEC FX Series is connected).

  • Page 45: Start Up

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 Start up This section describes the start up procedure from turning ON the power of the GOT to selection of the mode. This section also describes the important environment setting to be used in the GOT. Make sure to read this section carefully.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 • The SELECT MODE screen is displayed. Each menu The SELECT MODE screen is item on the screen functions as a touch key. When a displayed. desired one is pressed, the corresponding mode is selected.

  • Page 47: Operation Environment Setting

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 Operation environment setting The operation environment setting function performs initial setting important to operating the GOT. The SET-UP MODE screen can be displayed by turning on the power while pressing and holding the upper left corner of the screen in accordance with "2.1 Start up procedure" or by selecting SET-UP MODE on the OTHER MODE screen.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 i) LCD CONTRAST (F940WGOT: BRIGHTNESS) Allows setting of the LCD brightness. j) CLEAR USER DATA Deletes all user screen data. k) END Exits the SET-UP MODE screen. l) Cursors Change over the menu item on the SET-UP MODE screen. n n n n Important point •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 Each setting screen is displayed as shown below. On each screen, when the END key at the upper right corner is pressed after setting is completed, the SET-UP MODE screen is displayed. • Set the language used on the system screens and the [ LANGUAGE ] user screens.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 • Set the serial communication parameters for the [ SERIAL PORT ] printer used to print out alarm messages and sampling [ SERIAL PORT ] data. (Initial: Left screen) SPEED: 9600 bps DATA BIT: 7 bit •...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 • Set the menu call key which changes over the screen [ MAIN MENU CALL KEY ] mode (in which a user screen is displayed) to the [ MAIN MENU CALL KEY ] SELECT MODE screen.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 • Set whether or not the buzzer is to sound when a key [ BUZZER ] is pressed or an error occurs. [ BUZZER ] • Select "BUZZER ON" or "BUZZER OFF". BUZZER ON BUZZER OFF •...

  • Page 53: Each Mode Selection Procedure

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 Each mode selection procedure MODE SELECT MENU SCREEN [ SELECT MODE ] USER SCREEN MODE • If "MAIN MENU CALL KEY" has been set in "SET-UP MODE", when a specified touch key is HPP MODE pressed, the SELECT MODE screen shown on SAMPLING MODE...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 • TEST MODE (Refer to Section 13.) [ TEST MODE ] TEST MODE The contents of the user screens USER SCREEN can be confirmed. In addition, data DATA BANK files can be edited, and debugging can be performed.

  • Page 55: Security Function (screen Protection Function)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 Security function (screen protection function) In the user screen mode, screens can be set so that they only open to certain operators who know an entry code. This is so that general operators cannot perform unnecessary operations. This function is called security function (screen protection function).

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 3) Reset of entry code To reset an entry code and return to the initial setting (in which security is valid), a touch key should be provided on the screen. Screen example Reset of entry code Touch key •...

  • Page 57: Upgrading Of Security Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 7.4.1 Upgrading of security function The following functions have been added to the security function, making the system easier to use. Applicable version Product model name Version F930GOT V4.00 F940, F943GOT V6.00 F940WGOT V1.00 Screen creation software Software name...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Start up 7 2) Level device setting function By making setting as shown below, the current security level (0 to 15) set on the GOT can be checked through the PLC. • Setting for GT-Designer (SW5D5C-GOTR-PACK) 1) The window shown in the previous page can be displayed by using "Common"...

  • Page 59: Creation Of Display Screens

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Creation of Display Screens Display screens for the GOT can be created using FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E or GT-Designer shown below. • FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E (compatible with Windows95, V2.20 or later compatible Windows98, Windows NT 4.0) F940GOT, F943GOT ...

  • Page 60: Outline Of Compatibility Of Screen Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Outline of compatibility of screen data Display screens for the GOT can be created using either FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E or GT Designer. • Functions dedicated to the FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E (Refer to Paragraph 8.1.1.) Functions of the GOT supported only by FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E. These functions cannot be read or written using GT Designer.

  • Page 61: Functions Dedicated To Screen Creation Software Fx-pcs-du/win-e

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.1.1 Functions dedicated to screen creation software FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E The functions shown below are effective only when FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E is used. These functions are not available when GT-Designer is used. 1) Screen display Lamp : A specified area on the screen can be inverted (or colors are replaced).

  • Page 62: Common Functions

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.1.2 Common functions The functions shown below are available in both FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E and GT Designer. The table below shows the difference in names in accordance with the setting contents of the items (attributes).

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Key functions Difference in set item Name in GT Designer Name in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E (attribute) Bit operation (bit momentary) Switch (momentary) (bit ALT) Switch (alternate) Names are different. (bit SET) Switch (set) (bit RST) Switch (reset) ßBit condition, etc.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • The table below shows settings specific to GT Designer among the common items. These settings are not available in F900GOT. (These settings are not supported by FX-PCS-DU/ WIN-E, either.) The display frame can be selected among only images built in the system Display frame software.

  • Page 65: Functions Dedicated To Gt Designer

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.1.3 Functions dedicated to GT Designer The functions shown below are dedicated to GOT-A900. They are not supported by the F900GOT. (For details of these functions, refer to the operation manual of GT Designer.) 1) Screen display Line Freeform : Displays a line indicating a zigzag or polygon in one stroke.

  • Page 66: Transfer Of Screen Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Transfer of screen data Pay rigid attention to the cautions below when screen data created in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E is read/written using GT-Designer or when screen data created in GT-Designer is read/written using FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E. If unavailable settings are contained in the screen data, an alarm message is displayed when the screen data is read.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 2) Setting of display screen changeover • Screen No. (Refer to Paragraph 8.4.2.) a) FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E: Screen Nos. are automatically converted into Nos. 0 to 499, then transferred (in both read and write). b) GT-Designer: Screen Nos.

  • Page 68: Misappropriation Of Screen Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Misappropriation of screen data Screen data made for one type of GOT can be converted in the screen creation software, for use in a different type of GOT. Care must be taken with the screen layout and unit functionality, as these may be different between various GOT models.

  • Page 69: Concept On Screen Display

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Concept on screen display • To display a screen - Each screen should be created using characters and graphics. When FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E is used: Refer to Section 18. When GT Designer is used: Refer to Section 20. •...

  • Page 70: Attribute Of Display Element

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.5.4 Attribute of display element The display elements are equipped with detailed set items as attributes. Representative attributes are explained below. Display position: The X and Y coordinates of the display position are specified. As a mouse is used for the screen creation software, the coordinates specified by the mouse are registered.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • High-definition font High-definition font display is available only when the following objects and sizes are selected and setting for high-definition font is made using the screen creation software. - Applicable condition Applicable object Numeric value display, Numeric input High-definition font can not be specified for objects other than the above.

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    F940GOT-SWD, F943GOT-SWD : 8 colors (white, black, red, blue, yellow, green, purple and light blue) F930GOT-BWD, F940GOT-LWD, F943GOT-LWD: 2 colors (black and white) - In the case of FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E, display color, background color, needle color and frame color are available.

  • Page 73: Screen Call Function And Overlay Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Screen call function and overlay function In the GOT, user screens can be overlaid. The screen call function which specifies screens to be overlaid using the screen creation software and the overlay function which specifies screens to be overlaid from the PLC are available.

  • Page 74: The Writing Function Of The Initial Display Screen Number (gt Designer Is Used)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.6.1 The writing function of the initial display screen number (GT Designer is used). When the GOT is turned ON, user screen 1 will be displayed. To display this screen, the GOT writes ’1’ in the data register assigned in GT Designer for ’programmable controller screen change on power ON’...

  • Page 75: Screen Call Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.6.2 Screen call function When screen call is used, screens are overlaid as shown below in accordance with the screen creation software used. 1) FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E When this software is used, 500 user screens Nos. 0 to 499 and the common setting screen can be overlaid.

  • Page 76: Overlay Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.6.3 Overlay function The base screen and up to two other screens (3 screens in total) can be overlaid. Perform the following setting in accordance with the screen creation software used. 1) Setting in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E Use control devices to realize screen overlay (Refer to Paragraph 8.6.).

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 In screen overlay, the screen specified by a word device is treated as the base screen, and the screens specified by "DO +1" and "DO +2" overlay the base screen. When overlaying screens, make sure to set "Destination Screen"...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • Example of screen overlay Screen overlay: Each process is monitored. When a material has run short, the material name is displayed on the screen, and a message is displayed to notify necessity of supplement of the material.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Screen currently being created Screen No. 0 After the switch line is selected, the next screen is displayed when DRIVE PREPARATION the START key is pressed (= becomes ON). The registered setting of 1.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 2) Setting in GT Designer In overlay, use word devices for "Change Screen". Set the base screen No. and the overlaying screen (= overlap window) Nos. in accordance with the contents of the word devices set in "Change Screen". Setting of word devices for screen changeover Base screen:Word device (The initial value is set to D0.) Overlap window 1:Word device (The initial value is not set.)

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 a) No overlay • Only the base screen is displayed. Screen No. specifying base screen (Base screen) b) Overlay of two screens • Two screens specified by D0 and D1, the base screen and the overlap window 1, are overlaid.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • Example of screen overlay Screen overlay: Each process is monitored. When a material has run short, the material name is displayed on the screen, and a message is displayed to notify necessity of supplement of the material.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Screen currently being displayed Screen No. 1 Set the screen preliminarily so that screen No. 2 is displayed when DRIVE PREPARATION the START touch key is pressed. 1. PLEASE SELECT LINE 1 OR LINE 2 START Touch key...

  • Page 84: Control Devices And System Information

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Control devices and system information Devices are required to be assigned to change over the display screen of the GOT from the PLC, read the status information including the battery status in the GOT and the alarm occurrence data from the PLC.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Details of word devices • Occupied word devices (which may be called data devices) are used to specify screen Nos. to be displayed and confirm the screens currently displayed. [ When data register D0 is assigned ] Data register Contents of control These word devices specify screen Nos.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • Control devices execute the following operations. When bit devices M0 to M7, word devices D0 to D7 are assigned Sequence program Bit devices When M0 becomes ON from OFF, the alarm history is cleared.

  • Page 87: System Information (setting In Gt Designer)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 8.7.2 System information (setting in GT Designer) The following word devices can be specified as system information devices for read and write. • Read devices: One or two 16-bit word devices are occupied. (The number of occupied devices can be changed using the screen creation software.) No devices are set when the GOT is shipped from the factory.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 Details of write devices • Head to "Head +4" of specified word devices: Store the screen Nos. currently displayed. "Head +5" of specified word devices: Turns ON/OFF its bits 0 to 3 (b0 to b3) to control the GOT.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 • Device assigned for system information execute the following operations. When the following devices are assigned Read devices D10 (b0 to b2 are developed to M10 to M12.) are assigned. Write devices D20 to D24 (b0 to b3 are developed to M20 to M23.) Sequence program Read devices...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens 8 MEMO 8-32...

  • Page 91: Screen Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Screen mode This section describes the mode in which user screens are displayed. Confirm the outline of what can be displayed and the operating procedures in screen mode. For contents related to the screen design, refer to Sections 18 to 21. Display format F930GOT, F940GOT, F943GOT •...

  • Page 92: Display Size

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Display size F930GOT 240dots 117mm(4.61") F940GOT, F943GOT 320dots 115mm(4.53")

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 F940WGOT (Horizontal display) 480dots 155.5mm(6.12") F940WGOT (Vertical display) 234dots 87.8mm(3.46")

  • Page 94: Outline Of Screen Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Outline of screen mode In the screen mode, screens created by the user are displayed. In addition, alarm messages are displayed. On one display screen, characters, straight lines, rectangles, circles, etc. which are classified in accordance with their functions are combined and displayed.

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 The functions used in the display example on the previous page can be mainly classified into four types, shown below. (For details of each function, refer to Sections 10 and 12.) Display function This function displays the registered contents in the specified size in the specified position.

  • Page 96: Number Of Registered Screen Construction Elements

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Number of registered screen construction elements Number of registered screen construction elements (Common to F930GOT, F940GOT, F943GOT and F940WGOT) Number of registered objects Screen construction element name [B’] Number of FX-PCS-DU/ Common set GT Designer Per screen Screen call...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Number of registered objects Screen construction element name [B’] Number of FX-PCS-DU/ Common set GT Designer Per screen Screen call displayable WIN-E screen objects Switch Send Databank Touch key Increment Decrement Data Setting Chenge Screen Touch switch Write constant...

  • Page 98: Change Of Displayed Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Change of displayed data Among the data displayed on the user screen, numeric data indicating set values and current values of word devices in the PLC can be changed by key operation. In FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E, "Number" and "Ascii" can be changed. In GT Designer, "Numerical Input"...

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    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Data change condition:Numeric and ASCII codes cannot be changed in the following cases. 1) GOT status - While change is forbidden (During communication with FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) When the data change target object is set to "FORBID". Countermeasures: Set the object to "PERMIT".

  • Page 100: Decimal Point Input Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 9.5.2 Decimal point input function Decimal points can be entered if a touch switch to which the key code for decimal point (002E) is assigned is included when data change is performed. Applicable version Product model name Version F930GOT...

  • Page 101: Key Window Display Position Specification

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 9.5.3 Key window display position specification The initial position of the 10-key window displayed when changing data for numeric input or ASCII input is in the lower right. In the case of the following versions or later of GOT and screen creation software, this display position can be specified.

  • Page 102

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Basic operation • A key window will always open in the same position as it was last closed, even if the screen is changed over and back again. If the window is displayed for the first time, it will appear in its set position.

  • Page 103: Creation Of Key Window

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 9.5.4 Creation of key window In the following versions or later of the GOT and screen creation software, windows other than the standard-equipped decimal key, hexadecimal key and ASCII key windows can be created and displayed.

  • Page 104

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Creating procedure for GT Designer 1) In "New Screen" in "Screen", display the screen creation window. 2) Change "Screen Type" to "Window". 3) Input the "Screen No." to be created. (You can create up to 500 screens from No.1 to No. 500.) The screen No.

  • Page 105

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Rules and cautions on display Operation is performed as follows depending on absence/presence of the screen No. of the key window to be displayed. 1) When the screen No. is not set in "Key Window Sheet No." or when the screen No. is set to "0"...

  • Page 106: Numeric Setting Completion Flag

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 Numeric setting completion flag When data is changed for "Number" ("Numerical Input") or "Ascii" ("Ascii Input"), the following devices turn ON signifying the setting of the completion flags. At this time, the ID code is written to the PLC so that a device whose data is changed can be identified.

  • Page 107: When Gt Designer Is Used

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 9.6.2 When GT Designer is used 1) Completion flag When a screen is created using the GT Designer, the system information (described in Paragraph 9.6.2) write device D¡+4 b2 turns ON as the completion flag. System information •...

  • Page 108

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen mode 9 3) Data changing It is possible to notify the PLC that a numeric or ASCII is being changed. This makes it possible to forbid using numeric value or ASCII data as operation data for the PLC while data changing is being performed.

  • Page 109: Hpp Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 HPP Mode In HPP mode, sequence programs (list format) can be edited, devices can be monitored, and set values and current values can be changed from the GOT to the connected PLC. 10.1 Outline of HPP mode This paragraph describes the operation procedure to change over to HPP mode and each function available.

  • Page 110: Program List

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.2 PROGRAM LIST When a MELSEC FX Series PLC manufactured by MITSUBISHI is connected, sequence programs stored in the PLC can be read/written/inserted/deleted in instruction list format. • Program list - Program all clear: All programs stored in the PLC are cleared. - Read: Devices can be read by specifying step Nos.

  • Page 111

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 • Outline of keyboard operations The outline of keyboard operations are described below. [ PROGRM LIST ] <WRITE> MODE MORE 0 NOP 1 NOP 2 NOP 3 NOP STEP 4 NOP 5 NOP 6 NOP 7 NOP 8 NOP...

  • Page 112

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 i) Instruction/device keys • Input of instruction When the MORE key is pressed, instruction words are changed. <Instruction word input keyboard> MODE MORE MODE MORE STEP ANDP STEP "MORE" ANDF When an instruction word is entered, the device input keyboard is automatically displayed. The keyboard type is selected as shown below in accordance with the entered instruction word.

  • Page 113

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 u u u u Basic operation PROGRAM LIST MODE HPP MODE screen is displayed. Write Select Select operation "PROGRAM LIST" "READ". Move the cursor to MODE Paragraph 7.3 on the screen. the line in which Insertion Select one of the program is to...

  • Page 114

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Insertion operation Device Device MORE Instruction symbol Change Insert one line For an instruction without the key above the device symbol and device indication. cursor No., enter the instruction only. position. Deletion operation Delete one instruction in the cursor position.

  • Page 115

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example 1 (read by a step No.) Read operation of step No. 10 SCREEN [ PROGRAM LIST ] <READ> The PROGRAM MODE STEP 0 LD X000 LIST screen is Display Enter Execute displayed.

  • Page 116

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example 3 (program all clear) Program all clear operation SCREEN [ PROGRAM LIST ] <WRITE> Key operation PROGRAM LIST MODE MORE 0 LD X000 screen is Display Change the key displayed. <READ> indication to display in 1).

  • Page 117

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example 4 (write of a program) Write operation for a program example shown below Circuit program Program list X000 X000 Y000 Y000 K123 D10 K123 SCREEN [ PROGRAM LIST ] <WRITE> Key operation PROGRAM Display step MODE...

  • Page 118

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example 5 (insertion of a program) Insertion of "LD X001" SCREEN [ PROGRAM LIST ] <INSERT> Key operation PROGRAM LIST Display step MODE MORE 0 LD X000 screen is No. 0 of the Display Change the displayed.

  • Page 119: Parameter

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.3 PARAMETER u u u u Basic operation Setting of memory capacity HPP MODE PARAMETER screen is Select Select the memory Execute displayed. "PARAMETER" capacity. write of on the screen. parameters. Paragraph 7.3 Setting of file register Numeric...

  • Page 120: Device Monitor

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.4 DEVICE MONITOR The ON/OFF status and set value/current value of arbitrary devices in the PLC can be monitored. In addition, the ON/OFF status can be forced ON/OFF and the set values/current values can be changed. When "DEVICE MONITOR"...

  • Page 121

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example Monitor the ON/OFF status of inputs X000 and X001, and the current value and set value of timer T3 Display screen 1 HPP MODE DEVICE MONITOR DEVICE X 000 X 001 screen is displayed.

  • Page 122: Changing Set Values And Current Values Of T, C And D

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.4.2 Changing set values and current values of T, C and D Set values and current values of word devices (T, C, D, V or Z) in the PLC can be changed. u u u u Basic operation T/C/D monitor 0 to 9 display...

  • Page 123

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 Operation example Change the current value of data register D0 from 300 to 200, the current value of T1 from 263 to 300 and the set value of T1 from 1000 to 1500 HPP MODE DEVICE MONITOR screen...

  • Page 124: Forced On/off

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.4.3 Forced ON/OFF Bit devices (Y, M and S) and word devices (T and C) can be forced ON/OFF. When T, C, D, V or Z is forced OFF, its current value is reset to "0". u u u u Basic operation Y/M/S/T/C/D/V/Z monitor display...

  • Page 125: List Monitor

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.5 LIST MONITOR u u u u Basic operation HPP MODE LIST MONITOR screen is Select "LIST Every time the GO key is pressed, screens are displayed. MONITOR". scrolled by one screen at a time. Paragraph 7.3 Read by cursor control keys...

  • Page 126: Active State Monitor

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.6 ACTIVE STATE MONITOR Up to eight state Nos. in ON status can be monitored. This function is valid in FX Series only. u u u u Basic operation ACTIVE STATE HPP MODE screen MONITOR is displayed.

  • Page 127: Bfm Monitor

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.7 BFM MONITOR The contents of buffer memories relating to special blocks connected to the FX PLC, can be read / written to. The model of the connected special blocks are automatically recognized and the contents of the buffer memories are displayed together with the name and the unit.

  • Page 128: Pc Diagnosis

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 HPP Mode 10 10.8 PC DIAGNOSIS Errors occurring in the PLC are diagnosed, and the error codes and contents are displayed. This function is valid for the FX Series only. When a different PLC is connected, this menu item is not displayed on the screen.

  • Page 129: Sampling Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 Sampling Mode This section describes the sampling mode in which the contents of continually changing data registers are acquired at a constant time interval (in a constant cycle) or, in the ON/OFF condition (trigger) of bit devices. The acquired data can be displayed in graph or list format.

  • Page 130

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 • Data acquired by sampling can also be used in the following ways. - In screen mode (in which user screens are displayed), the system screens for the condition setting and result display of the sampling mode can be displayed. - In "PRINT OUT"...

  • Page 131: Outline Of Sampling Condition Setting

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.2 Outline of sampling condition setting The sampling condition should be set before starting. This paragraph describes the outline of the sequence and contents of setting. For the operating procedures, refer to the next page and later. u u u u Basic operation SAMPLING MODE The SET CONDITION...

  • Page 132

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 c) END COND. (Paragraph 11.2.3) • Set the timing at which sampling is finishes. NUMBER : Sampling is finished when data collection has been performed the specified number of times. Trigger (DEVICE): 2,000 times maximum Constant cycle (CYCLIC): 2,000 times maximum DEVICE : Sampling is finished when a specified bit device becomes ON or OFF.

  • Page 133: Sample Cond

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.2.1 SAMPLE COND. Set the timing at which sampling is performed. When the sampling condition set here is satisfied, a specified data register is accessed and its data is stored. The sampling condition, trigger (DEVICE) or constant cycle (CYCLIC) can be selected. •...

  • Page 134: Start Cond

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.2.2 START COND. Set the timing at which sampling is started. (Even if the sampling condition (trigger or constant cycle) is satisfied, sampling is not performed if the start condition is not satisfied.) •...

  • Page 135: End Cond

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.2.3 END COND. Set the timing at which sampling finishes. When the end condition is satisfied, sampling finishes. • Sampling end by occurrence Sampling is finished after the specified number of times (2,000 times maximum). •...

  • Page 136

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 Screen 1 Screen 2 [ SET CONDITION ] [ SET CONDITION ] END COND. END COND. NUMBER TIME 0 TIMES 0d 0h 0m 0s Screen 3 [ SET CONDITION ] END COND. DEVICE OFF ->...

  • Page 137: Sampling Dev

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.2.4 SAMPLING DEV. Set a data register to be treated as the sampling taget address. Only one data register can be specified. Data will be acquired from four consecutive data registers beginning with the one set here.

  • Page 138: Display Of Sampling Result

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.3 Display of sampling result The sampling result can be displayed in the form of a list or trend graph. 11.3.1 DISPLAY LIST The sampling result is displayed in the form of list. Four sets of data are displayed on each screen.

  • Page 139: Clear Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.4 CLEAR DATA All of the data acquired by sampling can be cleared. u u u u Basic operation CLEAR DATA : Clears all of the data. SET CONDITION screen is displayed. Select "CLEAR : Returns to the DATA.".

  • Page 140: Control Signals In Plc

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Sampling Mode 11 11.5 Control signals in PLC The sampling data can be cleared and the sampling status can be monitored from the PLC without manipulating the GOT. 11.5.1 When FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E is used • In the sampling mode, M3 and M4 are used. Example: When the head control device No.

  • Page 141: Alarm Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 Alarm Mode This section describes the alarm function in the GOT which monitors up to 256 consecutive bit devices and displays alarm messages created by the user on screen or, displays a specified screen when a monitored bit devices turns ON.

  • Page 142: Alarm Function In Screen Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.2 Alarm function in screen mode When an alarm has occurred, the alarm can be indicated by an operation shown in the table below. The indication method varies depending on the screen creation software used. •...

  • Page 143: Set Item

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.2.1 Set item 1) Window display (comment window display) • In FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E If "window display" is selected as the alarm notification method, when an alarm device turns ON, an alarm message corresponding to that device is displayed on the user screen.

  • Page 144

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 2) Screen changeover (changeover of base screen) If "screen changeover" is selected, when a specified alarm device turns ON from OFF, a user screen displayed at that time in the screen mode is changed over to a specified screen (When the GT Designer is used, a specified screen is displayed when the DETAIL key is pressed.) The display can be returned from the specified screen to the previous screen using the...

  • Page 145: Alarm History Clear Using Key Code

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 4) Flow display (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E: V2.41 or later, GT Designer: SW1D5C-GOTR-PACK or later) When an alarm device turns ON, a corresponding alarm message is displayed at the bottom of the user screen. • A message scrolls from the right to the left. •...

  • Page 146

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 Display example OCCURRED MESSAGE • Key code: FFB2 99/11/16 15:57:10 M100 ‚ Key code: FFB3 99/11/17 8:55:35 M101 DISPLAY CANCEL DELETE Key code: FFB0 Key code: FFB1 When key code FFB6 is assigned to A) : •...

  • Page 147: Alarm Function In Alarm Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3 Alarm function in alarm mode In alarm mode, the alarm function described below is offered. u u u u Basic operation SELECT MODE SELECT MODE ALARM MODE screen is displayed. screen is displayed. Select "ALARM Paragraph 7.3 The screen shown...

  • Page 148: Operation When Alarms Have Occurred

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3.1 Operation when alarms have occurred The figure below shows the outline of operation performed when alarms have occurred. When a bit device assigned as an alarm device turns ON (OFF à ON), the GOT recognizes that an alarm has occurred.

  • Page 149: Alarm List

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3.2 Alarm list This paragraph describes the operating procedure to display the alarm list. In alarm status, devices with ON status are displayed together with corresponding alarm messages. Alarms can be confirmed (using the ACK key) and alarm devices reset. The alarm list is displayed in ascending order of alarm device No.

  • Page 150

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 2) Reset operation An occurred alarm (auxiliary relay in the ON status) can be reset to OFF. Place the cursor on an alarm to be reset using the scroll keys, and press the RESET key 4). When the alarm device (auxiliary relay) is reset, the corresponding alarm message is deleted from the list.

  • Page 151: Alarm History Display

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3.3 Alarm history display This paragraph describes the operating procedure to display the alarm history. In the alarm history, alarm devices which have turned ON so far are displayed together with the date of occurrence and corresponding alarm messages in the order of occurrence. Up to 1,000 cases can be stored in the alarm history.

  • Page 152: Alarm Frequency Display

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3.4 Alarm frequency display This paragraph describes the operating procedure to display the alarm frequency. The frequency (number of occurrences) of each alarm is displayed in the ascending order of alarm device No. Up to 32,767 cases can be stored.

  • Page 153: Alarm History Clear

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 12.3.5 Alarm history clear This paragraph describes the operating procedure to clear the alarm history. The clear history function deletes both the alarm history and the alarm frequency result. u u u u Basic operation ALARM MODE CLEAR HISTORY : Executes the clear history function.

  • Page 154

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Alarm Mode 12 MEMO 12-14...

  • Page 155: Test Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 Test Mode This section describes the test mode in which the user screen list can be displayed, data files can be edited, and debugging can be performed to confirm key operations. 13.1 Outline of test mode u u u u Basic operation SELECT MODE TEST MODE...

  • Page 156: User Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 13.2 USER SCREEN When "USER SCREEN" is selected on the TEST MODE screen, the list of user screens displayed in screen mode can be displayed. Transferred screen data, and display images can be checked. u u u u Basic operation TEST MODE screen The screen list is...

  • Page 157: Data Bank

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 13.3 DATA BANK Data files created using the screen creation software can be edited. By selecting the test mode and "DATA BANK" on the screen, data saved in data files can be changed. The amount of data and the number of files can be set using the screen creation software.

  • Page 158: Debug

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 13.4 DEBUG The debug function confirms whether the switch functions and screen changeover operations have been performed on the user screens as the user had intended. The DEBUG screen is overlaid on the user screen. (Excludes F930GOT) •...

  • Page 159

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 • WATCH When the WATCH key is pressed, effective settings for screen changeover on the currently displayed user screen are displayed. Touch key Nos., bit device conditions and changeover destinations are displayed in this order.

  • Page 160

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 u u u u Basic operation TEST MODE screen DEBUG screen is DEBUG is displayed. displayed. Select "DEBUG". The screen shown Paragraph 7.3 below is displayed. a) HIST. [ DEBUG screen ] Displays the history list of switch operations and screen changeover operations.

  • Page 161: Communication Monitor (f940got, F940wgot)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 13.5 Communication monitor (F940GOT, F940WGOT) The status of each communication port is displayed. Communication monitor screen [ Screen list ] GOT ⇔ PLC COM0 Communication type Communication status MELSEC-FX(CPU) Communication with Standby: Blue Run: Red No error Error display...

  • Page 162

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 • Communication display The model name with which communication is performed, is displayed. Display item Display Connected to MELSEC-FX(CPU) When the GOT is connected to FX Series (CPU connection) MELSEC-A(CPU) When the GOT is connected to A Series (CPU connection) MELSEC-A,QnA(CPU) When the GOT is connected to A or QnA Series (CPU connection) MELSEC-Q,QnA(CPU) When the GOT is connected to QnA or Q Series (CPU connection) MELSEC-A(LNK)

  • Page 163

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 • Error display If an error occurs, its description is displayed. Display item Display Connected to The receive data is continuously transmitted with rapid timing. OVERRUNERR Match the baud rate (communication speed) of the GOT to that of the equipment with which the GOT communicates.

  • Page 164

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Test Mode 13 MEMO 13-10...

  • Page 165: Other Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 Other Mode This section describes the other mode in which convenient functions such as time switch, printer output and operation environment are offered. 14.1 Outline of other mode u u u u Basic operation SELECT MODE OTHER MODE OTHER MODE...

  • Page 166: Set Time Switch

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 14.2 SET TIME SWITCH Set the time switch using the clock function built in to the GOT. This function turns ON up to 8 consecutive bit devices during a set time when a specified day of the week and time have come.

  • Page 167: Data Transfer

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 14.3 DATA TRANSFER The screen data, sampling data and alarm history can be transferred (read/written) between the GOT and a peripheral unit for screen creation (personal computer). u u u u Basic operation •...

  • Page 168: Print Out

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 14.4 PRINT OUT The sampling data and the alarm history an be printed. As the communication setting can be performed in accordance with each printer, diversified printers equipped with RS-232C interface can be used. The communication setting for the printer can be performed in "SET-UP MODE"...

  • Page 169

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 Examples of print out • Sampling data Sampling device 1 Sampling device 2 Sampling device 3 Sampling device 4 • Alarm history 14-5...

  • Page 170: Entry Code

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 14.5 ENTRY CODE When an entry code is registered in the PLC, changes to the set values of timers and counters in the screen mode and monitor mode are forbidden. However, the current values can be changed.

  • Page 171: Set Up Mode

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 14.6 SET UP MODE Set the operation environment required to operate the GOT such as the system language and connected PLC. For detailed setting contents, refer to "7. Start up". u u u u Basic operation OTHER MODE SET UP MODE SET UP MODE...

  • Page 172

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Other Mode 14 Areas enclosed with broken lines indicate touch keys. (Broken lines are not actually displayed on the screen.) [ SET-UP MODE ] Screen1 [ SET-UP MODE ] a) LANGUAGE LANGUAGE Allows to set the language such as Japanese or PLC TYPE English used in the system screens.

  • Page 173: Connection To Bar Code Reader

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Connection to Bar Code Reader 15 Connection to Bar Code Reader 15.1 Outline of function ASCII code data sent from a bar code reader can be stored in the word devices in the PLC via the GOT. 15.2 Applicable version Product model name...

  • Page 174

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Connection to Bar Code Reader 15 MEMO 15-2...

  • Page 175: Screen Hard Copy Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 Screen Hard Copy Function 16.1 Outline of hardware copy operation The screen image being displayed can be output to a printer by issuing a command from a touch switch or a bit device in the PLC. (It does not apply to F930GOT.) •...

  • Page 176: Applicable Version

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 16.2 Applicable version Product model name Version F930GOT Not possible to use F940, F943GOT V2.00 or later F940WGOT V1.00 or later To use this additional function, the following versions of the screen creation software are required.

  • Page 177: Hard Copy Output Signal (gt Designer)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 16.3.3 Hard copy output signal (GT Designer) The hard copy output signal for the display screen is assigned through system information (when GT Designer is used). The hard copy output signal cannot be used when FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E is used. GT Designer When printing is started by a trigger or touch switch, the bit of the following system information turns ON.

  • Page 178

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 • Sequence program example In the program below, a start trigger and an abort trigger are used. Start trigger: Assigned to M100 Abort trigger: Assigned to M101 M8000 • D24 b0 to b7 (write device) are transferred to K2M50 M50 to M57.

  • Page 179: Printing Image

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 16.3.4 Printing image All display screens are printed in black and white. In the color type GOT, the display colors are converted and printed as follows. • Screen display colors:Black, red, blue and green à Printed in black White, purple, yellow and white à...

  • Page 180

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Screen Hard Copy Function 16 MEMO 16-6...

  • Page 181: Observe Status Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 Observe status function The observe status function monitors the ON/OFF status of specified bit devices, then turns a bit device in the PLC ON/OFF or, writes a numeric value to word devices in the PLC from the GOT in accordance with changes in the monitored ON/OFF status.

  • Page 182: Applicable Version

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 17.2 Applicable version Product model name Version F930GOT V2.00 or later F940, F943GOT V3.10 or later F940WGOT V1.00 or later Screen creation software Software name Applicable version GT Designer SW1D5C-GOTR-PACK(C) or later FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E V2.50 or later 17.3...

  • Page 183: Setting The Operation

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 17.4.1 Setting the operation This paragraph describes the operation performed when the triggers set in the previous paragraph are realized. During operation, a bit device can be turned ON/OFF or data can be written to word devices. One type of operation can be selected for the triggers set in the previous paragraph.

  • Page 184

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 2) Operation of word devices When specified triggers are realized, a fixed value or a "fixed value + current value of an indirectly specified word device" is written to specified word devices. - Fixed When specified triggers are realized, a 16-bit or 32-bit value is written to a determined word devices.

  • Page 185

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 Operation example 1: When specified triggers are realized, a fixed value (300) added to the current value of D200 is written to D210. Fixed value Indirect device Write 16-bit storing word device: D210 →...

  • Page 186: Trigger And Number Of Devices

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 17.5 Trigger and number of devices The table below shows the number of registration points available in the observe status function. • Triggers can be registered for each project or screen (No. 1 to 500). Maximum number of registered triggers For projects 40 points...

  • Page 187: Cautions

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 17.6 Cautions When many points are registered or when many observe status operations are performed as described below, it takes considerable time until the operations are completed. As a result, the response time of the GOT may be affected. •...

  • Page 188: Use Example (utilization Of Clock Data)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Observe status function 17 17.7 Use example (utilization of clock data) Clock data built in to the GOT can be transferred to a data register in the PLC for utilization while a specified bit device is ON. The clock data is stored in the following registers. However, only GT Designer can handle these registers.

  • Page 189: Creation Of Display Screens (fx-pcs-du/win-e)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) This section describes elements in constructing user screens using FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E. Created user screens are displayed in the screen mode (described in Section 9). For specification of screens to be displayed, refer to Section 19. 18.1 Element list Elements for constructing screens are referred to as "Objects"...

  • Page 190

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 Data display objects: Display the contents of devices in the PLC. Object name Description Use example Displays text stored in the text library. Library Text The text to be displayed can be specified using a word device (T, C, D, V or Z).

  • Page 191

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 Data transfer objects: Transfer data when a key is pressed. Object name Description Use example Controls the ON/OFF status of a bit device in the PLC from a Switch touch key. Allows a specified area on the screen to function as a key when pressed.

  • Page 192: Application And Setting Item

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.2 Application and setting item In some applications, two or more items (objects) are set. Main applications and set items Application Set item (object name) Text Character display Library Text Text Library Numeric value display/Numerical input Number...

  • Page 193

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 Application Set item (object name) Display of touch key Touch key Bit device ON/OFF by the touch key Switch Writing/Reading of current values of two or more data Send Databank Data Banks (Trigger setting using a bit device is possible.)

  • Page 194: Registration Of Object

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.3 Registration of object In FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E, objects can be registered to all screens or only one screen at a time. • Setting for all screens (common setting) An object registered in the setting for all screens is shared by all screens. Available objects: All objects •...

  • Page 195: Display Objects

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4 Display objects This paragraph describes in details the objects related to display of characters and images on the screen. 18.4.1 Text An object used to display characters is called "Text". "Text" object are used to give messages indicating operation error status and the error operator.

  • Page 196: Line

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.2 Line The "Line" object displays a line on the screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Start Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of the start point of the line in the unit of dot. End Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of the end point of the line in the unit of dot.

  • Page 197: Box

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.3 The "Box" object displays a rectangle having specified two diagonal points. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of one diagonal start point in the unit of dot. Size Enter the W and H by the unit of dot.

  • Page 198: Filled Box

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.4 Filled Box The "Filled Box" object displays a filled rectangle having specified two diagonal points. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of one diagonal start point in the unit of dot. Size Enter the W and H by the unit of dot.

  • Page 199: Circle

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.5 Circle The "Circle" object displays a circle on the screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of the center position in the unit of dot. Radius Enter the radius in the unit of dot.

  • Page 200: Filled Circle

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.6 Filled Circle The "Filled Circle" object displays a filled circle on the screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of the center in the unit of dot. Radius Enter the radius in the unit of dot.

  • Page 201: Image

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.7 Image The "Image" object displays an image set in the image library on the screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates of the start point in the unit of dot. Bg and Fg Enter the background color and the image color.

  • Page 202: Date And Time

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.4.8 Date and time The "Date/Time" object displays the year, month, day, day of the week and time on the screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates in the unit of dot.

  • Page 203: Data Display Objects

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5 Data display objects This paragraph describes in details the data display objects which show the contents of devices in the PLC. 18.5.1 Library Text The "Library Text" objects displays text stored in the text library in accordance with the current value or the set value of a word device (T, C, D, V or Z).

  • Page 204

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Display example • The displayed text is changed in accordance with the ON/OFF status of the limit switches L1 to L3 provided in the carrying line shown below. Zero point Intermediate point Final point...

  • Page 205: Number

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.2 Number The "Number" object displays the data stored in a PLC word device. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates in the unit of dot. Enter the background color and numeric color.

  • Page 206

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 Number of digits after decimal point (Decimal Point At) • Enter the number of digits after a decimal point for a case where a decimal point is displayed. Example: When the displayed numeric is "2000" 2000: Decimal Point At = 0 20.00: Decimal Point At = 2 200.0: Decimal Point At = 1...

  • Page 207

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 5) Gain 1, Gain 2 and Offset The value obtained by the calculation "(Monitor value Gain 1 / Gain 2) + Offset" is displayed. Example: When the monitor value is 1000 (current value of D100), "Gain 1" is set to 10, Gain 2 is set to 2 and "Offset"...

  • Page 208: Bar Graph

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.3 Bar Graph The "Bar Graph" object displays the value of a specified word device (current value/set value of T or C or D, V or Z) in the PLC. A numeric which is rather difficult to understand in the form of number can be displayed in the form of bar graph making it easily understood at a glance.

  • Page 209

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 à Example: Graph Type: Right (left right) Word Device: D1 1500 Minimum Value: 1000 Maximum Value: 3000 Ticks Minimum Value Current value of Maximum Value (When the value of the word device is (1000) word device (3000)

  • Page 210

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 2) Ticks and Scale Position à Graph Type: Right (left right) Scale Position: Up (upper edge) Left Right Scale Position: Down (lower edge) Ticks: Equally spaced à Graph Type: Up (bottom top) Ticks: Equally spaced...

  • Page 211: Circle Graph

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.4 Circle Graph The "Circle Graph" object displays the current value or the set value of a specified word device in the PLC. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position...

  • Page 212

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.5 Proportional Bar Graph The "Proportional Bar Graph" object displays the current value of specified word devices in the as a ratio against 100%. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position...

  • Page 213

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.6 Proportional Pie Graph The "Proportional Pie Graph" object displays the current value of specified word devices as a ratio against 100% (= 360°). u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position...

  • Page 214: Panel Meter

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.7 Panel Meter The "Panel Meter" object displays the value of a specified word device. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates in the unit of dot. Enter the width (W) and the height (H) in the unit of dot.

  • Page 215: Indicator

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.8 Indicator The "Indicator" object exchanges the display color and the background color within in the specified area on the screen in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a specified bit device. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting...

  • Page 216: Label Indicator

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.9 Label Indicator The "Label Indicator" object changes over the displayed image ("Library Image" object) in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a specified bit device. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position...

  • Page 217: 18.5.10 Text Indicator

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.10 Text Indicator The "Text Indicator" object changes the displayed text in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a specified bit device (X, Y, M, S, T or C) in the PLC. Texts to be displayed can be entered directly or selected using the text No.

  • Page 218: 18.5.11 Image Indicator

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.11 Image Indicator The "Image Indicator" object changes the displayed image in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a bit device (X, Y, M, S, T or C) in the PLC. Images to be displayed can be entered directly or selected using the image No.

  • Page 219: 18.5.12 Overlay Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.12 Overlay Screen The "Overlay Screen" object allows a specified screen to overlay the screen currently displayed while a certain bit device is ON. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Bit Device...

  • Page 220: 18.5.13 Library Image

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.13 Library Image The "Library Image" objects displays stored image in accordance with the current value or the set value of a specified word device (T, C, D, V or Z). As two or more images can be displayed on one screen, the number of screens can be saved.

  • Page 221: Trend Graph (sampling)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.14 Trend Graph (Sampling) The "Trend Graph (Sampling)" object acquires the current value of up to four 16-bit data registers in the PLC at a specified time interval, and displays the acquired values in the form of trend graph.

  • Page 222

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 2) Minimum Value and Maximum Value • Set the sampling data range to be displayed in the vertical axis. Maximum Value If the sampling data is larger than the maximum value or smaller than the minimum value, the graph is discontinued.

  • Page 223

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Display example The acquired data is smaller than "Trend Graph (Sample)" object No. 3 (D102) the minimum value Word Device D100 (or larger than the maximum value) Sampl.

  • Page 224: Trend Graph (total)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.15 Trend Graph (Total) The "Trend Graph (Total)" object displays the current value of consecutive word devices in up to four lines. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position Enter the X and Y coordinates in the unit of dot.

  • Page 225

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 4) Direction Right Start Point 3) Maximum Value Left 2) Ticks Scale Color (background color) 3) Minimum Value Frame Color 5) No Display Value Enlarged view 18-37...

  • Page 226: 18.5.16 Ascii

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.5.16 Ascii The "Ascii" object displays characters corresponding to specified word devices (T, C, D, V or Z). Arbitrary characters can be displayed on one base screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Position...

  • Page 227

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Storage of word device • Character codes are stored in PLC word devices. The stored data is displayed from the lower 8 bits as shown below. Example : When two characters (ASCII codes) are displayed Word Device : D0...

  • Page 228

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Display example • "NORMAL" or "HIGH!!" are displayed as the "Ascii" objects using three data registers D100 to D102. When X0 becomes ON, "NORMAL" is displayed. When X1 becomes ON, "HIGH!!"...

  • Page 229: Data Transfer Objects

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6 Data transfer objects This paragraph describes in detail the objects which turn on/off bit devices and change word devices in the PLC. The objects described in this paragraph are combined with touch keys on the screen.

  • Page 230

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.1 Touch Key A specified area on the screen can be set as a touch key which functions as an operation key when pressed. The "Touch Key" object specifies an area which functions as a touch key. To each touch key, functions offered by the objects "Switch", "Send Data Bank", "Write Constant", "Increment", "Decrement", "Data Setting"...

  • Page 231

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 • A touch key can be set in the unit of dot. When more than a half of a mesh is set as a touch key, the mesh is recognized as the touch key. This mesh does not function as the touch key because less than a half of this mesh is specified as the touch key.

  • Page 232

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 5) Label Enter text to be displayed inside the touch key. Up to 40 characters can be displayed. <Display example:> -In the case of 1 line -In the case of 2 lines -In the case of 3 lines ƒA•[ƒ•...

  • Page 233: Touch Key

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Use example 1 1) Relationship between the common setting for all screens and the setting for individual screens A touch key registered in the common setting is displayed as the same size and same position in any screen.

  • Page 234: Switch

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.2 Switch The "Switch" object allows a touch key in the GOT to control the ON/OFF status of a bit device in the PLC. The "Switch" object offers the switch function as a pushbutton switch, etc. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting...

  • Page 235

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 n n n n Important point 1) Controlled bit device: If "Operation" is set to "Momentary", the controlled bit device becomes OFF when the display screen is changed over. If the "Switch" object is registered in the common setting for all screens, it is effective on all screens.

  • Page 236: Send Data Bank (recipe Function)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.3 Send Data Bank (recipe function) The GOT can store up to 4,000 16-bit data corresponding to data registers in the PLC. By giving a command through a touch key, data can be read from/written to the PLC. For data files, refer to "18.8 Data file".

  • Page 237: Write Constant

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.4 Write Constant The "Write Constant" object writes a fixed constant to the PLC when a touch key is pressed. The "Write Constant" object is convenient: When it is used, sequence programs such as transfer instructions are not required.

  • Page 238: Increment

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.5 Increment The "Increment" object adds "1" to the data of a specified word device when a touch key is pressed. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Control Input Enter a key which actuates increment.

  • Page 239: Decrement

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.6 Decrement The "Decrement" object subtracts "1" from the data of a specified word device when a touch key is pressed. The contents of setting are equivalent to those for the "Increment" object. u u u u Contents of setting Equivalent to those for the "Increment"...

  • Page 240: Data Setting

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.7 Data Setting The "Data Setting" object automatically displays the ten- or sixteen-key pad (keyboard) and allows change in the set or current value of a specified word device when a specified touch key is pressed.

  • Page 241

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Display example • The keyboard manipulation procedure is described below using an example. Display example: • The data in the "Number" object set as follows is changed. "Data Setting"...

  • Page 242

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 n n n n Important point 1) Rule on data change • When changing data, make sure to display the "Number" object whose "Word Device" is equivalent to "Word Device" of the "Data Setting" object on the same screen. The following restriction is imposed on data change.

  • Page 243: Keyboard

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.8 Keyboard The "Keyboard" object displays a keyboard for numerical input used to change data of a "Number" object. The "Keyboard" object always displays a keyboard on the screen. Except when the "Data Setting"...

  • Page 244

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 F940GOT, F943GOT, F940WGOT [ Keyboards dedicated to input of decimal values] DEC 8 × 4 DEC 8 × 8 DEC 16 × 2 DEC 16 × 4 [ Keyboards dedicated to input of hexadecimal values ] HEX 10 ×...

  • Page 245

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 u u u u Example The keyboard manipulation procedure is described below. • When the displayed "Number" object is pressed, its lowest digit is highlighted to indicate that it can be changed. "Number"...

  • Page 246

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 n n n n Important point 1) Rule on data change • When changing the data, make sure to display the "Number" object whose "Word Device" is equivalent to "Word Device" of the "Data Setting" object on the same screen. The following restriction is imposed on data change.

  • Page 247: Change Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.9 Change Screen The "Change Screen" object changes over the currently displayed screen to a specified screen. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Control Input Enter a key which actuates screen changeover.

  • Page 248: 18.6.10 Alarm History Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.10 Alarm history display function When the alarm device set in the screen creation software becomes ON, a message corresponding to the alarm device as well as the date and time when the alarm device became ON are displayed on a user screen.

  • Page 249

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 • Combination of touch keys If a touch key is placed on an alarm history screen and assigned a key code from the table below, it will perform its respective operation, shown in the table. Key codes used for the alarm history function Key code Operation...

  • Page 250: 18.6.11 Alarm List Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.11 Alarm list display function When a specified device becomes ON, the corresponding message is displayed. By using the alarm list display function, the setting different from that in the alarm mode described in Section 12 or in the alarm history display function can be performed.

  • Page 251

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 • Combination of touch keys If a touch key on the alarm list is assigned with a key code from the table below, it will perform its respective operation, also shown in the table. Key codes used for the alarm list function Key code Operation...

  • Page 252: 18.6.12 Buzzer

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.6.12 Buzzer The "Buzzer" object issues buzzer sounds in the GOT when a specified bit device in the PLC becomes ON. u u u u Contents of setting Attribute Contents of setting Bit Device Enter a bit device to be referred to.

  • Page 253: Text Library

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.7 Text library The text library stores texts to be displayed by the "Library Text" and "Text Indicator" objects. The text library data is stored in the flash memory. • Texts stored in the library can be created using the screen creation software. The figure below shows the Text Library screen.

  • Page 254: Image Library

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.8 Image library The image library stores images to be displayed by the "Library Image", "Image Indicator" and "Image" objects. The image library data is stored in the flash memory. •...

  • Page 255: Data File

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 18.9 Data file Data files store the data to be transferred by the "Send Data Banks" object. • Data files can be created using the screen creation software. The figure below shows the Data Banks screen to create data files.

  • Page 256

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screens (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 18 a) Head Address Enter the head No. of data registers in the PLC used to transfer the data between the GOT and the PLC. To clear all of the registered contents, enter "0". In FX Series PLC, file registers (D1000 to D2999, D6000 to D7999) can also be specified.

  • Page 257: Changeover Of Display Screen (fx-pcs-du/win-e)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) Section 18 describes creation of one screen. Section 19 describes how to change over two or more screens. Screen changeover can be arbitrarily specified using operation keys in the GOT or from the PLC.

  • Page 258: Change Screen" Object

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.2 "Change Screen" object Use the "Change Screen" object to change over screens. The "Change Screen" object is important. It allows to specify a screen to be displayed next after the currently displayed screen when the trigger condition (operation key in the GOT and bit device in the PLC) is satisfied.

  • Page 259

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Destination Screen Set the specification method of the destination screen to be displayed after the currently displayed screen. When 1] Condition is satisfied, the screen is displayed in accordance with the specification method set here.

  • Page 260: Operation Of Screen Changeover

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.2.2 Operation of screen changeover The "Change Screen" object can be registered for each individual screen or for all screens (common setting). • Registration of the "Change Screen" object - Setting for individual screens The setting is effective only while the registered screen is displayed.

  • Page 261: Timing Of Screen Changeover

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.2.3 Timing of screen changeover Inside the GOT, whether or not the screen changeover condition specified by the "Change Screen" object is satisfied, it is checked in the order of the common setting for all screens and the setting for individual screens.

  • Page 262: Screen Changeover By Touch Key

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.3 Screen changeover by touch key This paragraph describes screen changeover using a touch key. When a touch key is used for screen changeover, the screen display is changed over to the specified destination when the touch key becomes ON.

  • Page 263

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Example of screen changeover using touch keys • Examples of screen changeover using touch keys are shown below. Set the "Change Screen" object for all screens (common setting) and for individual screen. - Common setting for all screens In this example, screen No.

  • Page 264

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 n n n n Important point 1) Change of displayed data If "100" on screen No. 1 is a "Number" object, the value "100" can be changed. (Refer to Paragraph 9.5.) 2) Specification of touch key When selecting "Control Input"...

  • Page 265: Screen Changeover From Plc

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.4 Screen changeover from PLC From the PLC, a display screen can be changed using bit devices and word devices (data registers). 19.4.1 Screen changeover using bit devices This paragraph describes the method to display a specified screen when a bit device (X, Y, M, S, T or C) becomes ON or OFF.

  • Page 266

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Display of screen by bit device • An example of screen changeover by ON/OFF of a bit device in the PLC is shown below. In this example, the "Change Screen" object is set for an individual screen. - Setting for individual screen •...

  • Page 267: Screen Changeover By Data

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.4.2 Screen changeover by data The display screen can be changed by specifying the screen No. using a word device (Only data registers are available.) in the PLC. Set item Description Control Input Do not enter any touch key or bit device.

  • Page 268

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Example of screen changeover by data register • An example of screen changeover by a data register (word device) is shown below. The "Change Screen" object is set for all screens (common setting). - Common setting for all screens Condition Screen...

  • Page 269: Screen Changeover By Screen No. Stored In Memory

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.5 Screen changeover by screen No. stored in memory This paragraph describes the method to display a screen stored in the memory using the screen No. storage function. The screen No. storage function can be set in the "Change Screen" object. Only when "Save Current Screen"...

  • Page 270

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 Example of screen changeover by screen No. stored in memory: An example of screen changeover by screen No. stored in memory is shown below. In the example below, an abnormality occurs in the machine in the operation mode, an error message is displayed, then the previous screen is displayed.

  • Page 271: Changeover To System Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.6 Changeover to system screen Function screens built in the GOT such as the HPP MODE screen, the SAMPLING MODE screen, the ALARM MODE screen and the OTHER MODE screen can be displayed as user screens.

  • Page 272: Application Of Screen Changeover

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 19.7 Application of screen changeover This paragraph describes an application example of screen changeover. Example of screen changeover by touch key in the GOT and word device in the PLC •...

  • Page 273

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 • Sequence program examples Example 1: When the specified condition is given, the screen is changed (A touch key may be entered as a trigger instead of a bit device.) M100 Screen changeover condition (bit device) FNC12...

  • Page 274

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E) 19 MEMO 19-18...

  • Page 275: Creation Of Display Screen (gt Designer)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20.1 Project auxiliary settings In the case of GT Designer, when the software is started up, a "Project Auxiliary Settings" screen is displayed after select project “New” → "GOT/PLC Type" Setting. On the "Project Auxiliary Settings"...

  • Page 276

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Serial communication setting screen • This screen is used to make communication setting for connecting a printer or microcomputer to the GOT. The items set on this screen are common setting for printer outputting (printing of sampling data in the sampling mode), printer output in the alarm mode and display screen hard copy.

  • Page 277

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Setup screen • This screen is used to set the opening screen time, backlight off time, connection system and buzzer ON/OFF. 20-3...

  • Page 278

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Language setting screen • This screen is used to select a language. If a language other than "Japanese" is selected in "Character Set", "English" is fixed in "System Language". If "West Europe"...

  • Page 279

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Handy GOT settings screen • In the case of GT Designer, settings specific to the handy GOT can be made. "Grip Switch Enable/Disable", "Momentary Switch Operation" and "Grip Switch LED Operation"...

  • Page 280: Element List

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.2 Element list This section describes the elements constructing user screens created using GT Designer. Created user screens are displayed in the screen mode described in Section 9. For specification of screens to be displayed, refer to Section 21.

  • Page 281

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Objects: Display and allow to change the contents of devices in the PLC. Function Description Use example Numerical Displays data stored in a word device in the form of numeric. Display Regards the data stored in consecutive word devices as character Ascii Display...

  • Page 282: Application And Setting Item

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.3 Application and setting item In some applications, two or more items (objects) are set. Main applications and set items Application Set item (object name) Text Character display Comment display Comment List (word specification) ASCII character display...

  • Page 283

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Application Set item (object name) Display of touch key Touch switch Bit device ON/OFF Key Action (Bit) Batch writing/reading of Key Action (Bit) Recipe two or more data (read/write trigger) Data increment Key Action (Word) (fixed + indirect +...

  • Page 284: Figure Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.4 Figure display function The table below shows the type and the attribute of displayable figures. 1) Available types The table below shows the type of displayable figures and characters. Available Figure Display example...

  • Page 285: Data Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5 Data display function The ON/OFF status of bit devices in the PLC and the current value of word devices in the PLC can be displayed. 20.5.1 Display of numerics The "Numerical Display"...

  • Page 286

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 3) Shift • When the number of digits to be displayed is smaller than the specified total number of digits, the numeric is automatically shifted to the right, the center or the left in accordance with the setting.

  • Page 287: Ascii Code Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.2 ASCII code display function The "Ascii Display" object displays characters corresponding to specified word devices (T. C, D, V or Z) in the PLC. Arbitrary characters can be displayed on one base screen. u u u u Contents of setting Alphabets, numerics, etc.

  • Page 288

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 u u u u Storage of word device • Character codes are stored in PLC word devices. The stored data is displayed from the lower 8 bits as shown below. Example 1 : When two characters (ASCII codes) are displayed Word Device : D0...

  • Page 289

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 u u u u Display example "NORMAL" or "HIGH!!" are displayed as the "Ascii Display" objects using three data registers D100 to D102. When X0 becomes ON, "NORMAL" is displayed. When X1 becomes ON, "HIGH!!"...

  • Page 290: Clock Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.3 Clock display function The "Clock" object displays the date and time of the clock built in to the GOT u u u u Contents of setting Date: YY/MM/DD DD/MM/YY MM/DD/YY(One of them can be selected.) Time:HH:MM (fixed)

  • Page 291: Comment Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.4 Comment display function The "Comment" object displays specified texts in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a bit device (X, Y, M, S, T or C) in the PLC or the current value of a word device (D, T or C). Texts entered directly (available only for bit devices) or created in "Create Comment"...

  • Page 292: Alarm History Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.5 Alarm history display function When an alarm device set in the screen creation software becomes ON, a message corresponding to the alarm device as well as the date and time at which the alarm device became ON are displayed on a user screen.

  • Page 293

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 • Combination of touch keys If touch key is placed on an alarm history screen and assigned a key code from the table below, it will perform its respective operation, also shown in the table. Key codes used for the alarm history display function Key code Operation...

  • Page 294: Alarm List Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.6 Alarm list display function When a specified device turns ON, a corresponding message is displayed. By using the alarm list display function, setting different from that in the alarm mode described in Section 12 or in the alarm history display function can be performed.

  • Page 295

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 • Combination of touch keys If a touch key on the alarm list is assigned with a key code from the table below, it will perform its respective operation, also shown in the table. Key codes used for the alarm list display function Key code Operation...

  • Page 296: Part Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.7 Part display function The "Part Display" object displays figures in accordance with the ON/OFF status of bit devices in the PLC and the current value of word devices in the PLC. By using the part display function, figures created by the user can be displayed.

  • Page 297: Lamp Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.8 Lamp display function The "Lamp" object changes over the displayed figure in accordance with the ON/OFF status of a specified bit device in the PLC. By using the lamp display function, figures built in the screen creation software can be displayed.

  • Page 298: Panel Meter Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.5.9 Panel meter display function The "Panelmeter" object displays the current value of a word device in the form of panel meter. u u u u Contents of setting 1) Specification method 16-bit or 32-bit word device 2) Contents of display...

  • Page 299: Graph Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.6 Graph display function Specified word devices can be displayed in the form of graph. - Trend graph: Paragraph 20.5.1 - Line graph: Paragraph 20.5.2 - Bar graph: Paragraph 20.5.3 - Statistics graph: Paragraph 20.5.4 Bar graph Pie graph...

  • Page 300: Trend Graph

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.6.1 Trend graph The "Trend" object displays the current value of consecutive word devices in up to four lines. u u u u Contents of setting Display direction : Right or left Number of lines : 1 to 4 Number of points : 1 to 50...

  • Page 301: Line Graph

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.6.2 Line graph The "Line" object acquires the current values of up to four 16-bit data registers in the PLC at a specified time interval, and displays the acquired data in the form of line graph. u u u u Contents of setting Display direction : Right or left...

  • Page 302: Bar Graph

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.6.3 Bar graph The "Bar" object displays a word device in the PLC in the form of bar graph. A numeric which is rather difficult to understand in the form of number can be displayed in the form of bar graph so that it can be easily understood at a glance.

  • Page 303

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 The area from 0% to 100% is filled with the background color (Bg). The area indicating the current value is filled with the display color (Fg). Number of ticks and scale position à...

  • Page 304: Statistics Graph Display Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.6.4 Statistics graph display function The "Statistics" object displays the current value of specified word devices in the form of a statistical bar graph or pie graph as a ratio against 100%. u u u u Contents of setting Graph type : Bar graph or pie graph...

  • Page 305: Touch Keys

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.7 Touch keys • Touch keys offer the following functions Reference Function Description section/ paragraph Bit function Turns on/off a bit device when touched. 20.6.2 Word function Allows to change the value of a word device when touched. 20.6.3 Base screen changeover...

  • Page 306: Common Items For All Touch Keys

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.7.1 Common items for all touch keys This paragraph describes the common contents shared by each function assigned to touch keys. 1) Size (Example of F940GOT) Touch key • The entire screen is divided into "meshes"...

  • Page 307

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 3) Figure • Select whether or not the area specified as the touch key is enclosed with a frame. • Select "No frame" or one among the 18 types of frames (5 types for GT Designer former than SW3D5C-GOTR-PACK(C)).

  • Page 308: Bit Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.7.2 Bit function Bit function allows a touch key in the GOT to control the ON/OFF status of a bit device in the PLC. The bit function allows a touch key to act as a switch such as a push button switch. u u u u Contents of setting 1) Operation mode •...

  • Page 309

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 Operation examples of "Bit SET" and "Bit RST" When the SET key is pressed, Y1 is set. When the RST key is pressed, Y1 is reset. - SwitchControl input: SET key, RST key Controlled bit device: Y1 (set), Y1 (reset) SET key (set) RST key (reset)

  • Page 310: Word Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.7.3 Word function The word function writes a fixed constant to the PLC when a touch key is pressed. The word function is convenient: When it is used, sequence programs such as transfer instructions are not required.

  • Page 311: Creation Of Keys To Enter Numerics And Ascii Codes

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.7.4 Creation of keys to enter numerics and ASCII codes This function sets a touch key to enter numeric/ASCII code. u u u u Contents of setting Key code: Refer to the key code list shown in the appendix. •...

  • Page 312: Data Input Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.8 Data input function The ON/OFF status of bit devices and the current value of word devices in the PLC can be displayed. 20.8.1 Numerical input function The data of word devices in the PLC can be displayed in the form of numerics. u u u u Contents of setting 1) Number of digits •...

  • Page 313

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 3) Shift • When the number of digits to be displayed is smaller than the specified total number of digits, the numeric is automatically shifted to the right, the center or the left in accordance with its setting.

  • Page 314: Ascii Code Input Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.8.2 ASCII code input function The ASCII code input function allows to specify and change characters using word devices in the PLC. Arbitrary characters can be displayed and changed on one base screen. u u u u Contents of setting Alphabets, numerics, etc.

  • Page 315

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 u u u u Storage of word device • Character codes are stored in PLC word devices. The stored data is displayed from the lower 8 bits as shown below. Example 1 : When two characters (ASCII codes) are displayed Word Device : D0...

  • Page 316

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 u u u u Display example "NORMAL" or "HIGH!!" are displayed as the "Ascii Display" objects using three data registers D100 to D102. When X0 becomes ON, "NORMAL" is displayed. When X1 becomes ON, "HIGH!!"...

  • Page 317: Creation Of Comment

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.9 Creation of comment Comments (texts) displayed by the comment display function, the alarm list display function and the alarm history display function can be created. The comment list data is stored in the flush memory built in the GOT. •...

  • Page 318: 20.10 Recipe Function

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 20.10 Recipe function GOT’s have built-in registers which correspond to 4,000 16-bit word devices in the PLC. By setting a bitdevice ON/OFF in the PLC, data in the GOT can be read from/written to a specified word device in the PLC.

  • Page 319

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 d) Number Enter the number of devices to which data in the GOT is to be transferred. The number of devices (1 to 4,000) set for recipe No. 1 is used for all other recipes starting from recipe No.

  • Page 320

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Creation of Display Screen (GT Designer) 20 MEMO 20-46...

  • Page 321: Changeover Of Display Screen (gt Designer)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) The previous Section describes creation of one screen. Section 13 describes how to change over two or more screens. Screen changeover can be arbitrarily specified using operation keys in the GOT or from the PLC.

  • Page 322: Changeover Of Display Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.2 Changeover of display screen To changeover the display screen, perform the following setting using the screen creation software. 21.2.1 Contents of setting 1) Changeover of the base screen (set in "Change Screen" in "Common Setting" in the screen creation software) Specify No.

  • Page 323: Changeover Of Base Screen (changeover From Plc)

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.3 Changeover of base screen (changeover from PLC) The No. of a screen to be displayed can be specified using the current value of a word device (D, T or C) in the PLC. The word device can be set in "Change Screen"...

  • Page 324: Example Of Basescreen Changeover

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.3.2 Example of basescreen changeover • An example of base screen changeover is shown below. Setting for changeover of the base screen (in "Change Screen" in Common Setting" in the screen creation software) Base screen : D0 (initial value)

  • Page 325: Screen Changeover By Touch Key

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.4 Screen changeover by touch key To change over the display screen using a touch key provided on the screen, two methods are available. In fixed value method, the No. of a screen to be displayed next can be directly entered.

  • Page 326: Changeover To Upper Hierarchy

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.4.2 Changeover to upper hierarchy By pressing a touch key, the previously displayed screens is shown. This function is useful to return to the previous screen in such a case that an abnormality had occurred in the machine and an error message was displayed.

  • Page 327: Changeover To System Screen

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.5 Changeover to system screen Function screens built in the GOT such as HPP MODE screen, SAMPLING MODE screen, ALARM MODE screen and the OTHER MODE screen can be displayed as user screens. 21.5.1 Display example of system screen This paragraph describes the method to display a system screen as a user screen (that is,...

  • Page 328: Application Of Screen Changeover

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.6 Application of screen changeover This paragraph describes application examples of screen changeover. 21.6.1 Application example 1 In the example below, an abnormality occurs with the machine in operation mode, an error message is displayed, then a previous screen is displayed.

  • Page 329

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 • Program example for application example 1 Initialization pulse Set the program so that the initial screen, No. 1 is displayed immediately after the GOT is put into screen mode. FX Series: M8002 A Series : M9038 When an abnormality has occurred,...

  • Page 330: Application Example 2

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Changeover of Display Screen (GT Designer) 21 21.6.2 Application example 2 In the example below, changeover of the base screen and screen changeover using touch keys is combined. Changeover of the base screen Word device specifying the changeover destination: D0 (initial value) Registered as the common setting for all screens.

  • Page 331: Appendix

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 Appendix 22.1 Number of registered screen construction elements Number of registered screen construction elements (Common to F930GOT, F940GOT, F943GOT and F940WGOT) Number of registered objects Screen construction element name [B’] Number of FX-PCS-DU/ Common set GT Designer Per screen Screen call...

  • Page 332

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 Number of registered objects Screen construction element name [B’] Number of FX-PCS-DU/ Common set GT Designer Per screen Screen call displayable WIN-E screen objects Switch Send Databank Touch key Increment Decrement Data Setting Chenge Screen Touch switch Write constant Touch key...

  • Page 333: Comparison With Screen Creation Software

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 22.2 Comparison with screen creation software Display function Difference in set item Name in GT Designer Name in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E (attribute) ßWhen setting is forbidden Numerical Display Number ßWhen setting is permitted Numerical Input ßWhen setting is forbidden Ascii Display Ascii ßWhen setting is permitted...

  • Page 334

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 Difference in set item Name in GT Designer Name in FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E (attribute) ßBit condition, etc. Base changeover Change Screen cannot be converted. Word operation (Indirect + Fixed value) Increment Names are different. (Indirect + Fixed value) Decrement (Fixed value) Write Constant...

  • Page 335: Differences In Functions Among Display Units And Connected Plc

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 22.2.1 Differences in functions among display units and connected PLC : Available function : There is condition × : Unavailable function Display unit type Connected PLC Mode Function F940GOT manufactured F930GOT F940WGOT F943GOT by other companies Character display Drawing...

  • Page 336

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 Display unit type Connected PLC Mode Function F940GOT manufactured F930GOT F940WGOT F943GOT by other companies × Condition setting Sampling Result display × mode (list, graph) × Data clear List display Alarm history display (The alarm history is saved together with the...

  • Page 337

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 *1 In the case of F940WGOT, brightness adjustment replaces LCD contrast in environment setting. In the case of F930GOT and F940WGOT, handy GOT settings and auxiliary settings are not available. *2 The 2-port interface function (including connection of two or more units) is available only when the following connections are made.

  • Page 338: System Screen No

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 22.3 System Screen No. A system screen can be displayed when a corresponding screen No. shown below is specified. Reference Screen No. Mode name Function name (screen name) paragraph 1001 DEVICE MONITOR screen 1002 HPP mode ACTIVE STATE MONITOR screen 1003...

  • Page 339: Key Code List

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 22.4 Key Code List 1) Key code list for numerics and ASCII codes Key code Key code Key code Key code 0020 0040 ‘ 0060 (Clear) 0088 0021 0041 0061 “ 0022 0042 0062 0023 0043 0063...

  • Page 340: Key Code List Used In Each Object

    Graphic Operation Terminal GOT-F900 Appendix 22 22.5 Key code list used in each object 1) Key codes used in the numerical input function Key code (H) Application 0008 Delete one digit of the input numerical value. (BS key) 000D Executes write to a write destination device/Moves the cursor. 002D, 002E “...

  • Page 342

    OPERATION MANUAL GOT-F900 HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG MARUNOUCHI TOKYO 100-8310 TELEX: J24532 CABLE MELCO TOKYO HIMEJI WORKS: 840, CHIYODA CHO, HIMEJI, JAPAN Effective Apr. 2001 Specification are subject JY992D94701A to change without notice. (MEE)

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