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WUME-FP7AOH-01
2013.3
panasonic.net/id/pidsx/global
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
FP7 Analog Output Unit
User's Manual

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    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER FP7 Analog Output Unit User's Manual WUME-FP7AOH-01 2013.3 panasonic.net/id/pidsx/global...

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    It could lead to an electric shock. Copyright / Trademarks -This manual and its contents are copyrighted. Panasonic -You may not copy this manual, in whole or part, without written consent of Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.

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    Types of Manual • There are different types of users manual for the FP7 series, as listed below. Please refer to a relevant manual for the unit and purpose of your use. • The manuals can be downloaded on our website: http://industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e/dl_center/manual/...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Unit Functions and Restrictions........1-1 Unit Functions and Operation..............1-2 Basic Operation of Analog Output Processing ........1-3 1.2.1 Analog Output Processing...............1-3 Restrictions on Units Combination ............1-4 1.3.1 Limitations on the Power Consumption...........1-4 2.

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    Table of Contents 4.2.2 Unit Setting and Conversion Processing Time ........4-6 Writing Analog Output Data ..............4-7 Timing Chart of Output Processing............4-8 5. Conversion Characteristics of Analog Output ....5-1 Voltage Range ..................5-2 5.1.1 Voltage Output Range: -10 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/62,500)......5-2 5.1.2 Voltage Output Range: 0 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/31,250) ......5-3 5.1.3...

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    Table of Contents 8. Specifications..............8-1 Specifications ..................8-2 List of I/O Allocations................8-4 List of Unit Memory ................8-5 8.3.1 List of Unit Memory Numbers..............8-5 8.3.2 List of Unit Memory Specifications in Detail ..........8-6 Dimensions..................... 8-8...

  • Page 7: Unit Functions And Restrictions

    Unit Functions and Restrictions...

  • Page 8: Unit Functions And Operation

    Unit Functions and Restrictions 1.1 Unit Functions and Operation Features of analog output unit The analog output unit converts its internal data into analog values to be output to inverters or other analog-driven equipment. • Equipped with six types of output ranges (i.e., voltage ranges of -10 to +10, 0 to +10, 0 to +5, and +1 to +5 and current ranges of 0 to +20 and +4 to +20 mA).

  • Page 9: Basic Operation Of Analog Output Processing

    1.2 Basic Operation of Analog Output Processing 1.2 Basic Operation of Analog Output Processing 1.2.1 Analog Output Processing Analog output is processed as explained below. Operation of analog output unit (1) Writing digital data A user program is used to write digital data to the output relay area (WY) on a channel-by- channel basis so that the digital data will be output in analog form.

  • Page 10: Restrictions On Units Combination

    1.3 Restrictions on Units Combination 1.3.1 Limitations on the Power Consumption The FP7 analog output unit has the following internal current consumption. When the system is configured, the other units being used should be taken into consideration, and a power supply unit with a sufficient capacity should be used.

  • Page 11: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts...

  • Page 12: Analog Output Unit

    Names and Functions of Parts 2.1 Analog Output Unit Names and functions of parts (1) Operation monitor LEDs LED Name Contents color Blue Lit when the CPU unit is turned on. ERROR Lit if the configuration settings are beyond the allowable range. ALARM Lit if the hardware has an error.

  • Page 13: Wiring

    Wiring...

  • Page 14: Wiring Of Terminal Block

    Wiring 3.1 Wiring of Terminal Block Suitable solderless terminals/wires M3 terminal screws are used for the terminal. The following suitable solderless terminals are recommended for the wiring to the terminals Suitable solderless terminals Manufacturer Shape Part no. Suitable wires Round type 1.25-MS3 0.25 to 1.65 mm Fork type...

  • Page 15: Analog Output Connections

    3.2 Analog Output Connections 3.2 Analog Output Connections 3.2.1 Voltage Output (-10 to +10, 0 to +10, 0 to +5, and +1 to +5 V) Internal circuit diagram and connection diagram Terminal layout...

  • Page 16: Current Output (0 To +20 And +4 To +20 Ma)

    Wiring 3.2.2 Current Output (0 to +20 and +4 to +20 mA) Internal circuit diagram and connection diagram Terminal layout NOTES • Use double-core twisted-pair shielded wires for analog output signals. • Ground the shielding of the shielded wire on the load equipment side. However, depending on the conditions of the external noise, it may be better to ground the shielding externally or not to ground the shielding.

  • Page 17: Unit Settings And Data Writing

    Unit Settings and Data Writing...

  • Page 18: Confirming The I/o Number Allocations And First Word Number

    Number 4.1.1 Occupied I/O Area and I/O Allocations In the FP7, digital data for analog output is allocated to the external output relay area and processed. Furthermore, control I/O signals are allocated to the FP7 to process errors and clip upper and lower output limits.

  • Page 19: Confirming The I/o Number Allocations

    Take the following procedure to set the first word number. PROCEDURE 1. Select “Options” → “FP7 Configuration” from the menu bar. 2. Select “I/O Map” from the field. 3. Double-click the target slot where the operating unit is to be inserted.

  • Page 20: Configuration Settings

    The following steps are described on the condition that the analog output unit has been already allocated on the I/O map. PROCEDURE Select “Options” → “FP7 Configuration” from the menu bar. Select “I/O Map” from the field. Select the slot where the analog output unit is registered and press the [Set details] button.

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    4.2 Configuration Settings Settings Group Setting item Settings Default Output processing Execute/Not execute Execute -10 to +10 V 0 to +10 V Basic setting items 0 to +5 V -10 to (per channel) Range setting +1 to +5 V +10 V 0 to +20 mA +4 to +20 mA Upper and lower output clipping...

  • Page 22: Unit Setting And Conversion Processing Time

    Unit Settings and Data Writing 4.2.2 Unit Setting and Conversion Processing Time Conversion time varies with the configuration setting conditions. Conversion processing execution/non-execution setting and conversion processing time Select the execution or non-execution of the conversion processing of analog output on a channel-by-channel basis.

  • Page 23: Writing Analog Output Data

    4.3 Writing Analog Output Data 4.3 Writing Analog Output Data Basic operation of analog output (1) Writing digital data A user program is used to write digital data to the output relay area (WY) on a channel-by- channel basis so that the digital data will be output in analog form. The converted analog value varies with the setting of the range.

  • Page 24: Timing Chart Of Output Processing

    Unit Settings and Data Writing 4.4 Timing Chart of Output Processing • Data is written as output relay area data to the analog output unit at the I/O refreshing timing of the CPU unit. • The processing of the analog output unit is not synchronized with the processing of the CPU unit. Therefore, the analog output unit converts the latest data from the CPU unit into an analog value and outputs it.

  • Page 25: Conversion Characteristics Of Analog Output

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Output...

  • Page 26: Voltage Range

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Output 5.1 Voltage Range 5.1.1 Voltage Output Range: -10 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/62,500) Output range: -10 to +10 V Digital input Analog output value value +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 -6,250 -12,500 -18,750 -25,000 -31,250 When exceeding the rated range Digital input...

  • Page 27: Voltage Output Range: 0 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/31,250)

    5.1 Voltage Range 5.1.2 Voltage Output Range: 0 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/31,250) Output range: 0 to 10 V Digital input Analog output value value +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 When exceeding the rated range Digital input Analog output value value +32,500 or more...

  • Page 28: Voltage Output Range: +1 To +5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/25,000)

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Output 5.1.4 Voltage Output Range: +1 to +5 V (0.16 mV, 1/25,000) Output range: +1 to +5 V Digital input Analog output value value +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 When exceeding the rated range Digital input Analog output value value +26,250 or more...

  • Page 29: Current Range

    5.2 Current Range 5.2 Current Range 5.2.1 Current Output Range: 0 to +20 mA (0.64μA, 1/31,250) Output range: 0 to +20 mA Digital input Analog output value value (mA) +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 When exceeding the rated range Digital input Analog output value value...

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    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Output...

  • Page 31: Option Settings For Analog Output

    Option Settings for Analog Output...

  • Page 32: Offset/gain Processing Settings

    Option Settings for Analog Output 6.1 Offset/Gain Processing Settings Overview of functions • Offset value (added correction) and gain value (magnification correction) adjustments are made to store processed data in the I/O area. Digital output Analog post- Offset processing Gain processing data processing data •...

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    6.1 Offset/Gain Processing Settings Configuration Name Default Setting range and description Function Offset/Gain Not execute Select “Execute.” setting processing Set an offset value at the time of using the offset gain processing function. Offset value setting Setting range: -3,000 to +3,000 (Specified with a signed integer) Set an offset value at the time of using the offset gain processing function.

  • Page 34: Scale Conversion Settings

    Option Settings for Analog Output 6.2 Scale Conversion Settings Overview of functions This function makes it possible to set an easy-to-use analog output range. D/A conversion is made in a scale of preset minimum and maximum values to store the data in the I/O area. This function is convenient if used for unit conversion.

  • Page 35: Settings For Upper And Lower Output Clipping

    6.3 Settings for Upper and Lower Output Clipping 6.3 Settings for Upper and Lower Output Clipping Overview of functions This function makes it possible to clip the output with specified values in excess of the upper and lower limit range if the specified values are set for digital output. This function makes it possible to prevent the wrong application of voltages or currents out of the specifications to equipment to be connected.

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    Option Settings for Analog Output Configuration Name Default Setting range and description Set the upper limit to turn ON the upper limit relay for the use of the function of clipping upper and lower output limits. Upper limit of upper and lower output clipping Setting range: -32,500 to +32,500 (Specified with a signed integer) Set the lower limit to turn ON the lower limit relay for the use...

  • Page 37: Analog Output Hold While In Prog. Mode

    6.4 Analog Output Hold while in PROG. Mode. 6.4 Analog Output Hold while in PROG. Mode. Overview of functions This function holds analog output when the PLC mode is switched from RUN to PROG.. • Make analog output hold settings on a channel-by-channel basis. •...

  • Page 38: Configuration By Programming

    6.5 Configuration by Programming Overview of functions • The FP7 analog output unit makes it possible to overwrite the configuration information by programming. • The configuration information is refreshed by writing “55AA” to unit memory UM 00028 after the value is stored in the unit memory where a desired parameter is set.

  • Page 39: What To Do If An Error Occurs

    What to Do If an Error Occurs...

  • Page 40: What To Do If An Error Occurs

    What to Do If an Error Occurs 7.1 What to Do If an Error Occurs 7.1.1 Unstable Analog Output Value • Check if the shielded wire of the input device is grounded. However, depending on the conditions of the external noise, it may be better not to ground the shielding.

  • Page 41: Specifications

    Specifications...

  • Page 42: Specifications

    Specifications 8.1 Specifications General specifications Items Description Operating ambient 0°C to +55°C temperature Storage ambient -40°C to +70°C temperature Operating ambient 10% to 95% (RH) with no condensation (at 25°C) humidity Storage ambient 10% to 95% (RH) with no condensation (at 25°C) humidity Between I/O terminals 500 V AC for 1 minute...

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    8.1 Specifications Performance specifications Items Description No. of output points 4 channels -10 to +10 V DC (Resolution: 1/62,500) 0 to +10 V DC (Resolution: 1/31,250) Voltage 0 to +5 V DC (Resolution: 1/31,250) Output range +1 to +5 V DC (Resolution: 1/25,000) (see note 3) (resolution) 0 to +20 mA (Resolution: 1/31,250) Current...

  • Page 44: List Of I/o Allocations

    Specifications 8.2 List of I/O Allocations Input contact Address Name Description Error flag Turns ON when an error is detected. Upper and lower Turns ON when the output exceeds the output clipping upper limit of output clipping, provided that Upper limit the upper and lower limit function is active.

  • Page 45: List Of Unit Memory

    8.3 List of Unit Memory 8.3 List of Unit Memory 8.3.1 List of Unit Memory Numbers There is no need to set unit memory values, because unit memory values will be written automatically if they are set in the configuration menu of the FPWIN GR7 tool software. In the case of making program settings, specify the desired unit memory numbers and write the corresponding values.

  • Page 46: List Of Unit Memory Specifications In Detail

    Specifications 8.3.2 List of Unit Memory Specifications in Detail Individual setting area per channel Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) UM 00108 Select “Execute” or “Not execute” conversion processing. UM 00118 Output processing H0: Not execute UM 00128 H1: Execute UM 00138...

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    8.3 List of Unit Memory Individual setting area per channel Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) UM 0010B Set an offset value at the time of using the offset/gain processing UM 0011B function. Offset value UM 0012B Setting range: -3,000 to +3,000 (Specified with a signed integer) UM 0013B UM 0010C...

  • Page 48: Dimensions

    Specifications 8.4 Dimensions (18)

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    Record of changes Manual No. Date Record of Changes WUME-FP7AOH-01 Mar.2013 First Edition...

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