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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User Manual Page 488

Analog control - intelligent function module.
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CH1 Offset/gain setting mode
Specify the channel where the offset/gain setting is adjusted.
• Offset/gain setting mode (offset specification): Channel to adjust the offset
• Offset/gain setting mode (gain specification): Channel to adjust the gain
Setting value
0
1
Set one of the offset specification or gain specification to the Setting channel (1), and the other to Disable (0). Setting a value
other than 0 and 1 causes an offset/gain setting channel range error (error code: 1E8H).
Multiple channels can be set at the same time. In that case, set the offset specification and gain specification separately. The
offset specification and gain specification cannot be set at the same time.
In the following cases, an offset/gain setting channel specification error (error code: 1E50H) occurs.
• When both the offset specification and gain specification of the same channel are set to Setting channel (1)
• When both the offset specification and gain specification of the same channel are set to Disable (0)
■Buffer memory address
The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
Buffer memory name
CH Offset/gain setting mode (offset specification)
CH Offset/gain setting mode (gain specification)
CH Offset/gain setting mode (offset specification) (in FX2N
allocation mode function)
CH Offset/gain setting mode (gain specification) (In FX2N
allocation mode function)
■Enabling the setting
Turn offonoff 'Operating condition setting request' (Un\G70, b9) to enable the setting.
■Default value
The default value is Disable (0).
CH1 Logging data
This area stores the data logged by the logging function.
Up to 10000 points of data can be stored per channel. After the number of stored data points reaches 10000, data collection
continues with the data overwritten from the head.
For details on the logging function, refer to the following.
Page 371 Logging function
■Buffer memory address
The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
Buffer memory name
CH Logging data
CH Logging data (In FX2N allocation mode function)
• Turning offon 'Operating condition setting request' (Un\G70, b9) allows the logging data in all the
channels to be cleared.
• Turning onoff Logging hold request while Logging hold flag is on allows logging to resume. In this case,
the logged data is not cleared.
APPX
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Appendix 12 Buffer Memory Areas
Setting content
Disable
Setting channel
CH1
CH2
CH3
4132
4134
4136
4133
4135
4137
1321
1322
1323
1331
1332
1333
CH1
CH2
CH3
10000 to
20000 to
30000 to
19999
29999
39999
10000 to
20000 to
30000 to
19999
29999
39999
CH4
CH5
CH6
4138
4140
4142
4139
4141
4143
1324
1325
1326
1334
1335
1336
CH4
CH5
CH6
40000 to
50000 to
60000 to
49999
59999
69999
40000 to
50000 to
60000 to
49999
59999
69999
CH7
CH8
4144
4146
4145
4147
1327
1328
1337
1338
CH7
CH8
70000 to
80000 to
79999
89999
70000 to
80000 to
79999
89999

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