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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User Manual Page 256

Analog control - intelligent function module.
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■Setting the wave output function parameters
Set the wave output function parameters for each channel.
Before setting the parameters, create the wave data.
Item
Wave pattern No.
Output setting during wave
output stop
Output value during wave
output stop
Wave pattern start address
setting
Wave pattern data points setting
Wave pattern output repetition
setting
Constant for wave output
conversion cycle
In the wave output data creation tool, click the [OK] button. The wave pattern and wave output function parameters are
determined as module extension parameters.
The module extension parameters need to be written to the CPU built-in memory or SD memory card.
For the procedure for writing to the SD memory card, refer to the following.
MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Application)
■Save the wave pattern
The created wave pattern can be saved in the following format.
• Save the wave pattern
By clicking [Save Wave Pattern], the created wave pattern can be saved. The file is saved in the format of extension ".wdn".
The saved file can be read using the [Open Wave Pattern].
• Saving the wave pattern to a CSV file
By clicking [Write CSV File], the created wave pattern can be saved in a CSV file. The file is saved in the format of extension
".csv".
The saved file can be read using the [Read CSV File].
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2.7 Parameter Settings
Description
Up to three registered wave patterns can be specified at
once. To specify two or more wave patterns, set them as
follows.
• When using Nos. 1 and 2: 1, 2
• When using Nos. 1, 5, and 10: 1, 5, 10
• When using Nos. 1 to 3: 1-3
Set the analog output that is in the wave output stopped
state.
Set the value to be output in wave output stopped state. This
value is enabled only when "Output setting during wave
output stop" is set in "2: Output value during wave output
stop". Set a value within the setting range of the output range
to be used.
Set the start address of the wave pattern to be output as
analog data.
Does not need to be set because the number of data points
possessed by the wave pattern to be used is automatically
stored.
When the wave pattern is to be output repeatedly, set the
number of repetitions.
Set the constant used to determine the conversion cycle
(multiple specification of conversion speed). The wave output
conversion cycle is determined by the combination of the
conversion speed, the number of D/A conversion enabled
channels, and this setting.
For how to calculate the wave output conversion cycle, refer
to the following.
Page 208 Wave output conversion cycle
Setting range
1 to 10
• 0: 0 V/0 mA
• 1: Offset value (default value)
• 2: Output value during wave
output stop
• For 4 to 20 or 0 to 20 mA; or 1 to
5, 0 to 5, or 0 to 10 V 0 to 32767
(practical range: 0 to 32000)
• For -10 to +10 V: -32768 to
+32767 (practical range: -32000
to +32000)
(Default value: 0)
10000 to 89999
(Default value: 10000)
• -1 (indefinite repetitive output)
• 1 to 32767 (default value: 1)
1 to 5000 (default value: 1)
Remarks
Use the "Create
Wave Output Data"
window for setting.
Page 318 CH1
Output setting
during wave output
stop
Page 319 CH1
Output value during
wave output stop
Page 319 CH1
Wave pattern start
address setting
Page 320 CH1
Wave pattern data
points setting
Page 320 CH1
Wave pattern output
repetition setting
Page 321 CH1
Constant for wave
output conversion
cycle

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