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Appendix 4 Buffer Memory Areas; List Of Buffer Memory Areas - Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User Manual

Analog control - intelligent function module.
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Appendix 4

List of buffer memory areas

This section contains the list of buffer memory addresses of the analog input module. For details on the buffer memory, refer
to the following.
Page 123 Details of buffer memory addresses
The buffer memory areas of the analog input module are classified into the data types described below.
Data type
Description
Setting data
Description
Read and write
attributes
Setting procedure
Setting timing
Control data
Description
Read and write
attributes
Setting procedure
Setting timing
Monitor data
Description
Read and write
attributes
Setting procedure
Setting timing
Do not write data to the system areas and areas whose data types are monitor in the buffer memory. Writing
data into these areas can cause the malfunction of the module.
In the normal mode
: With refresh setting, : Without refresh setting
■Un\G0 to Un\G399
Address
Address
(decimal)
(hexadecimal)
0
0H
1
1H
2
2H
3
3H
4 to 19
4H to 13H
20 to 29
14H to 1DH
30
1EH
31
1FH
32 to 35
20H to 23H
36
24H
37
25H
38
26H
39
27H
40
28H
41
29H
42
2AH
43 to 59
2BH to 3BH
60
3CH
Buffer Memory Areas
The data to be customized to suit the connected devices and the purpose of the system.
Read and write is possible.
Use GX Works3 or a program to set the data.
After a change of value, turning offonoff 'Operating condition setting request' (Un\G70, b9)
allows the setting value to take effect.
The data used for controlling the analog input module.
Read and write is possible.
Use GX Works3 or a program to set the data.
As soon as the values are changed, the set values become effective.
The data used for checking the status of the analog input module.
Only read is possible and write is not possible.
Name
Latest error code
Latest address of error history
Latest alarm code
Latest address of alarm history
*1
Interrupt factor detection flag [n]
System area
Module Information
Firmware version
System area
Warning output flag (Process alarm upper limit)
Warning output flag (Process alarm lower limit)
Warning output flag (Rate alarm upper limit)
Warning output flag (Rate alarm lower limit)
Input signal error detection flag
System area
A/D conversion completed flag
System area
Operation mode monitor
Default value
Data type
0
Monitor
0
Monitor
0
Monitor
0
Monitor
0
Monitor
6140H
Monitor
*2
Monitor
0000H
Monitor
0000H
Monitor
0000H
Monitor
0000H
Monitor
0000H
Monitor
0000H
0000H
Monitor
0
Monitor

Appendix 4 Buffer Memory Areas

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