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Mitsubishi Electric IQSS-R-E Reference Manual

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  • Page 1 iQ Sensor Solution Reference Manual...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before using this product.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully, and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product only. For the safety precautions for the programmable controller system, refer to the user's manual for the module used and MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual.
  • Page 4 [Design Precautions] WARNING ● Configure safety circuits external to the programmable controller to ensure that the entire system operates safely even when a fault occurs in the external power supply or the programmable controller. Failure to do so may result in an accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction. (1) Emergency stop circuits, protection circuits, and protective interlock circuits for conflicting operations (such as forward/reverse rotations or upper/lower limit positioning) must be configured external to the programmable controller.
  • Page 5 [Design Precautions] WARNING ● When connecting an external device with a CPU module or intelligent function module to modify data of a running programmable controller, configure an interlock circuit in the program to ensure that the entire system will always operate safely. For other forms of control (such as program modification, parameter change, forced output, or operating status change) of a running programmable controller, read the relevant manuals carefully and ensure that the operation is safe before proceeding.
  • Page 6 [Design Precautions] Precautions when connected to CC-Link IE Field Network WARNING ● To set a refresh device in the network parameters, specify the device Y for the remote output (RY) refresh device. If a device other than 'Y', such as 'M' and 'L', is specified, CPU module holds the device status as is even after the module status is changed to STOP.
  • Page 7: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    Mitsubishi representative in your region. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric programmable controllers/Mitsubishi FA software, MELSOFT series. This manual describes the functions provided by iQ Sensor Solution. Before using the product, please read this manual and relevant manuals carefully and develop familiarity with the functions and performance of programmable controller/MELSOFT series to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 9 CHAPTER 5 CC-Link IE Field Network Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically ..........99 Detecting devices connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL).
  • Page 10 10.3 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS....... . . 284 10.4 Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS .
  • Page 11 Appendix 8 Backup File Capacity............. . . 368 Backup data file (.QBR).
  • Page 12: Relevant Manuals

    Explains the specifications, installation, wiring, functions, programming, and Print book [JY997D52101] troubleshooting of FX3U-128ASL-M. e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool. e-Manual has the following features: • Required information can be cross-searched in multiple manuals.
  • Page 13: Terms

    TERMS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following terms. Term Description Actual system configuration An abbreviation for an actual system configuration connected to a master module and a built-in Ethernet port LCPU. Address A parameter assigned to a slave module to identify each node on a network. AnyWireASLINK A wire-saving network which provides an appropriate connection between sensors placed at the terminal end of a control system and a programmable controller.
  • Page 14 Term Description QCPU A generic term for MELSEC-Q series CPU modules. RCPU A generic term for MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules. Remote I/O module A generic term for basic digital input modules and basic digital output modules of CC-Link IE Field Network. RnENCPU A generic term for R04ENCPU, R08ENCPU, R16ENCPU, R32ENCPU, and R120ENCPU.
  • Page 15: Part 1 Iq Sensor Solution

    PART 1 iQ Sensor Solution This part explains the overview of iQ Sensor Solution and its functions. 1 iQ Sensor Solution 2 iQ Sensor Solution FUNCTIONS...
  • Page 16 iQ Sensor Solution iQ Sensor Solution is a solution to manage both partner products and programmable controllers with an engineering tool. By sharing design information including system design and programming in the whole control system, the system design efficiency and the programming efficiency can be improved, and the total cost of design, startup, operation, and maintenance can be reduced.
  • Page 17: Features Of Iq Sensor Solution

    Features of iQ Sensor Solution By performing the functions of an engineering tool supporting iQ Sensor Solution, the information of devices supporting iQSS connected to various networks can easily be saved/restored. Easy startup A system configuration diagram can easily be displayed on the screen of an engineering tool by detecting devices supporting iQSS in the actual system configuration.
  • Page 18: Easy Tuning

    Reflection of the communication setting The communication setting, such as an IP address, for the different type of sensors can be set on the same setting screen. The setting man-hours can be reduced since the setting can be set to a device supporting iQSS without starting dedicated tools.
  • Page 19: Sensor/device Monitor

    Sensor/device monitor Device supporting iQSS in the actual system configuration can be displayed on a single screen. Sensor/device monitor The status of devices supporting iQSS in the actual system configuration can be monitored. The status and details on devices supporting iQSS can also be checked in the "Monitoring Information" window. The status of device supporting iQSS can be checked.
  • Page 20: How To Use Iq Sensor Solution Functions

    How to Use iQ Sensor Solution Functions iQ Sensor Solution provides iQ Sensor Solution functions using an engineering tool. The information of devices supporting iQSS can easily be backed up/restored with the iQ Sensor Solution functions. For the engineering tools for which these functions can be used, refer to the following section. Page 337 Engineering Tool and Version List Procedures from detecting devices to backing up/restoring data The following shows the procedure to backup/restore the information of devices supporting iQSS in iQ Sensor Solution.
  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Iq Sensor Solution Functions

    iQ Sensor Solution FUNCTIONS iQ Sensor Solution functions provide easy operations such as the communication setting, programming, data management, monitoring, and data backup/restoration for devices supporting iQSS with an engineering tool. Function List of iQ Sensor Solution The following functions are available for iQ Sensor Solution. Purpose iQ Sensor Solution function Description...
  • Page 22: Function List Of Iq Sensor Solution For Each Connection Method

    Function List of iQ Sensor Solution for Each Connection Method The following tables list the iQ Sensor Solution functions available for each connection method and their references. GX Works2 In a system configured with MELSEC-L series, Q series, or FX series, the iQ Sensor Solution functions can be performed using an engineering tool, GX Works2 or MELSOFT Navigator.
  • Page 23: Gx Works3

    CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Purpose iQ Sensor Solution function Reference Easy startup Automatic detection of connected devices CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Reflection of the communication setting Easy tuning Sensor parameter read/write Page 323 Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties) Useful function Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties)
  • Page 24 Purpose iQ Sensor Solution function Reference Useful function Linkage with dedicated tools (association with Page 323 Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties) properties) Page 324 Command execution to slave station Command execution to slave stations 2 iQ Sensor Solution FUNCTIONS 2.2 Function List of iQ Sensor Solution for Each Connection Method...
  • Page 25 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Purpose iQ Sensor Solution function Reference Easy startup Automatic detection of connected devices CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Reflection of the communication setting Easy tuning Sensor parameter read/write Page 323 Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties) Useful function Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties)
  • Page 26: Mi Configurator

    MI Configurator In a system configured with a MELIPC, the iQ Sensor Solution functions can be performed using an engineering tool, MI Configurator. CC-Link IE Field Network Purpose iQ Sensor Solution function Reference Page 311 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically Easy startup Automatic detection of connected devices Page 313 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting...
  • Page 27: Part 2 Gx Works2

    PART 2 GX Works2 This part explains the operation methods when using the iQ Sensor Solution functions in GX Works2/ MELSOFT Navigator. 3 AnyWireASLINK 4 CC-Link 5 CC-Link IE Field Network 6 Ethernet...
  • Page 28: Chapter 3 Anywireaslink

    AnyWireASLINK master module ASLINKAMP (Input) ASLINKER (Input) Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works2 SWnDND-GXW2 and SWnDNC-GXW2 ('n' indicates its Mitsubishi Electric Corporation version.) CPU module LCPU L26CPU-BT AnyWireASLINK master module LJ51AW12AL ASLINKAMP (Input) Photoelectric sensor B289SB-01AP-CAM20 (ASLINKAMP master)
  • Page 29: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave module connected to an AnyWireASLINK master module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 30 When an automatic address detection is required, select the "Execute Detect Now after Address Auto-recognition" checkbox, then click the [Yes] button. For a case in which an automatic address detection is required, refer to the following manual. 1. Check MELSEC-Q/L AnyWireASLINK Master Module User's Manual 2.
  • Page 31: Verifying Devices Supporting Iqss Against System Configuration

    Verifying Devices Supporting iQSS Against System Configuration The system configuration displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window can be verified against the slave modules connected to an AnyWireASLINK master module. The result is displayed in the "Verification Result of the Configuration with the Connected Module" window. Verify a system configuration when it is manually created or edited.
  • Page 32: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave module. For the operation methods of the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.  GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Intelligent Function Module) Window Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of modules' or 'Device map area' in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration"...
  • Page 33 Operating procedure ■Reading parameters Select "Parameter read". Select a parameter to be read. Click the [Execute] button. 1. Select The selected parameter is read and the value is displayed in the column of "Read Value". 2. Check 3. Click ■Writing parameters Select "Parameter write".
  • Page 34: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. 1. Select Select an AnyWireASLINK master module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 35: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Backing up the information of a device supporting iQSS to an SD memory card and restoring it to a module simplifies the setting change for changeover. FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SD1288.A M1100 M1100 SD1436...
  • Page 36 Backup folder/file Backup data is created in the 'iQSS' folder in the root directory when backing up the data. If no 'iQSS' folder exists when backing up the data, an 'iQSS' folder will be newly created. Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'ASLINK' folder. Do not change a backup folder name, configuration or saved file.
  • Page 37 Points to be checked before data backup/restoration ■Check the availability of data backup/restoration The data can be backed up and restored when an AnyWireASLINK master module satisfies the following conditions. Perform the automatic address detection function and the parameter batch read function before data backup/restoration. Condition to be checked Master module X/Y signal Signal status...
  • Page 38 ■Unavailable operations and functions at the same time as data backup If any of the following operations and functions are performed during data backup, the backup will be completed abnormally and the error cause is stored in SD1452 (iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration error cause in a module). The error is returned to the request source which performs the operation or function.
  • Page 39: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each ID by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of modules' or 'Device map area' in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" 2.
  • Page 40 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 39 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data backup.
  • Page 41 Execution method of data backup The target device for data backup can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 42 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Setting the execution unit', set the start I/O number of a target device for data backup to SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number...
  • Page 43 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. AnyWireASLINK master module start I/O number 30 Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to ID517 (205H) ID516 (204H) Backup target •...
  • Page 44 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger   M1300 Backup setting/start trigger  M2000 Backup execution cancellation trigger  M3000 Backup execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 45 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1010 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H101 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1444 SM1436 51 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000 57 = H0FF SD1446...
  • Page 46 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup] Set the backup right-to-use request trigger. [Requesting backup right to use] (18) Store the right-to-use number. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger. Set the backup right-to-use confirmation trigger.
  • Page 47: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each ID by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of modules' or 2. Select 'Device map area' in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration"...
  • Page 48 Program execution for data restoration The information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 47 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data restoration.
  • Page 49 Execution method of data restoration The target device for data restoration can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 50 Setting the operation setting when a data restoration error occurs Set the operation on error to the lower 8 bits of SD1444 in order to in order to restore data for multiple devices supporting iQSS. Operation on error Description 0H: Continue Set this to continue a data restoration even if it fails on some devices while being performed to multiple devices supporting iQSS.
  • Page 51 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. AnyWireASLINK master module start I/O number 30 Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to ID517 (205H) ID516 (204H) Restoration target •...
  • Page 52 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Restoration execution trigger   M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger   M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger  M2000 Restoration execution cancellation trigger  M3000 Restoration execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 53 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1020 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H201 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 K517 SD1440 SD1444 SM1439 53 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000 59 =...
  • Page 54 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration] Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger. [Requesting restoration right to use] (18) Store the right-to-use number. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger. Set the restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger.
  • Page 55: Chapter 4 Cc-link

    Analog input module (Voltage/current input) CC-Link Sensor supporting iQSS Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works2 SWnDND-GXW2 and SWnDNC-GXW2 ('n' indicates Mitsubishi Electric Corporation its version.) CPU module LCPU L26CPU-BT CC-Link master/local module LJ61BT11 Analog input module (Voltage/current input)
  • Page 56 Before using iQ Sensor Solution functions ■Setting refresh devices (network parameter) Some iQ Sensor Solution functions cannot be performed if devices to refresh the data of remote input (RX), remote output (RY), remote register (RWr), and remote register (RWw) are not set. Set devices used to data refresh in advance.
  • Page 57 Considerations when detecting devices supporting iQSS ■Station numbers of slave stations are not sequential When an automatic detection of connected devices is performed in a system configuration in which the station numbers of slave stations are not sequential, a general-purpose remote I/O station is automatically set for a station without a station number as a reserved station.
  • Page 58: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave station connected to a CC-Link master/local module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "CC- Link Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "CC-Link Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 59 Select [CC-Link Configuration]  [Online]  [Detect Now] in the "CC-Link Configuration" window. Select Read the message and select the "Set the Module Connected to the Communication Module also as the Read Object" checkbox, then click the [Yes] button. In any of the following cases, select the "Set the Module Connected to the Communication Module also as the Read 1.
  • Page 60 • Once an automatic detection of connected devices is performed, the mode setting and the transmission rate which have been set in a CC-Link master/local module are also detected. • The system configuration cannot be detected if an error occurs on the master station. Take the corrective actions and perform an automatic detection of connected devices again.
  • Page 61: Detecting Devices Connected To A Bridge Module (nz2aw1c2al)

    CC-Link master/local module CC-Link-AnyWireASLINK bridge module ASLINKAMP (Input) ASLINKER (Input) Type Model name Manufacturer CPU module LCPU L26CPU-BT Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CC-Link master/local module LJ61BT11 CC-Link-AnyWireASLINK bridge module NZ2AW1C2AL ASLINKAMP (Input) Photoelectric sensor B289SB-01AP-CAM20 (ASLINKAMP master) AnyWire Corporation B289SB-01AP-CAS (ASLINKAMP slave)
  • Page 62 Operating procedure Detect and display a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) in the "CC-Link Configuration" window. 2. Check 1. Select For the method for detecting and displaying a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) automatically in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, refer to the following section. Page 61 Detection method of a system configuration 3.
  • Page 63 The device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL), is displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Select Configuration" window. Select [AnyWireASLINK Configuration]  [Close with Enabling the Setting] in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window. The setting of the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window is enabled and the window is closed.
  • Page 64: Verifying Devices Supporting Iqss Against System Configuration

    Verifying Devices Supporting iQSS Against System Configuration The system configuration displayed in the "CC-Link Configuration" window can be verified against the slave stations connected to a CC-Link master/local module. The result is displayed in the "Verification Result of the Configuration with the Connected Module" window. Verify a system configuration when it is manually created or edited.
  • Page 65 ■Verification method of a device supporting iQSS which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) The system configuration of a device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL), can also be verified by the following operation. Operating procedure Select a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) in 'List of stations' or 'Device map area' in the "CC-Link Configuration"...
  • Page 66: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave station. For the operation methods of the "CC-Link Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.  GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Common) Window Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of stations' or 'Device map area' in the "CC-Link Configuration"...
  • Page 67 Operating procedure ■Reading parameters Select "Parameter read". Select a parameter to be read. 1. Select Click the [Execute] button. The selected parameter is read and the value is displayed in the column of "Read Value". 2. Check 3. Click ■Writing parameters Select "Parameter write".
  • Page 68: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. 1. Select Select a CC-Link master/local module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 69 ■Display method of a device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) on the "Sensor/Device Monitor for CC-Link" screen A device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL), can be displayed on the "Sensor/Device Monitor for CC-Link"...
  • Page 70: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Backing up the information of a device supporting iQSS to an SD memory card and restoring it to a module simplifies the setting change for changeover. FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW80.0 SW80.1 SW160.0 SW160.1 M1100 Data backup/restoration...
  • Page 71 Backup folder/file Backup data is created in the 'iQSS' folder in the root directory when backing up the data. If no 'iQSS' folder exists when backing up the data, an 'iQSS' folder will be newly created. Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'CC-Link' folder. Do not change a backup folder name, configuration or saved file.
  • Page 72 ■Backup folder name 1) Date_Number 2014 12 11 Arbitrary number (2-digit (00 to 99) decimal) Backup date (2-digit decimal) Backup month (2-digit decimal) Backup year (4-digit decimal) 2) Start I/O number_Station number 0001 0001 Station number (4-digit decimal) CC-Link master/local module start I/O number (4-digit hexadecimal) (A value of start I/O number divided by 16) ■Backup file name 3) Station number STATON0001.QBR...
  • Page 73 Points to be checked before data backup/restoration ■Check the availability of data backup/restoration The data can be backed up and restored when a CC-Link master/local module and a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) satisfy the following conditions. Perform the automatic address detection function and the parameter batch read function before data backup/restoration. The 'n' indicates the address assigned to the master station by the station number setting.
  • Page 74 If any of the following operations are performed with a display unit during data backup, the operation will be completed abnormally and the error is displayed on the display unit. Operation name Project data batch save/load function File deletion on the "Memory card operation menu" screen of a display unit 4 CC-Link 4.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 75 ■Unavailable operations and functions at the same time as data backup If any of the following operations and functions are performed during data backup, the backup will be completed abnormally and the error cause is stored in SD1452 (iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration error cause in a module). The error is returned to the request source which performs the operation or function.
  • Page 76: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of stations' or 'Device map area' in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, and select [CC-Link Configuration] ...
  • Page 77 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 76 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data backup.
  • Page 78 Execution method of data backup The target device for data backup can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 79 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Setting the execution unit', set the start I/O number of a target device for data backup to SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number...
  • Page 80 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. CC-Link master/local module start I/O number 10 Station No. 1 Station No. 2 Backup target • Target module type: CC-Link •...
  • Page 81 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Backup setting/start trigger  M2000 Backup execution cancellation trigger M3000 Backup execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 82 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW80.0 SW80.1 SW160.0 SW160.1 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1030 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H102 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1444 SM1436 50 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448...
  • Page 83 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 84 Example of a data backup (bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. CC-Link master/local module start I/O number 10 Station No. 1 CC-Link-AnyWireASLINK bridge module Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to ID517(205H)
  • Page 85 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Backup setting/start trigger  M2000 Backup execution cancellation trigger M3000 Backup execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 86 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW80.0 SW160.0 D2013.B D2000.1 D2000.3 D2000.4 D2001.0 D2001.1 D2001.2 D2001.4 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1090 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H202 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1440...
  • Page 87 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 88: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of stations' or 'Device map area' in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, and select [CC-Link Configuration] ...
  • Page 89 Program execution for data restoration The information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 88 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data restoration.
  • Page 90 Execution method of data restoration The target device for data restoration can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 91 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Setting the execution unit', set the start I/O number of a target device for data restoration to SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number...
  • Page 92 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. CC-Link master/local module start I/O number 10 Station No. 1 Station No. 2 Restoration target • Target module type: CC-Link •...
  • Page 93 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Restoration execution trigger   M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger  M2000 Restoration execution cancellation trigger M3000 Restoration execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 94 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW80.0 SW160.0 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1040 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H202 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1440 SD1444 SM1439 50 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000...
  • Page 95 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 96 Example of a data restoration (bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. CC-Link master/local module start I/O number 10 Station No. 1 CC-Link-AnyWireASLINK bridge module Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to ID517(205H)
  • Page 97 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Restoration execution trigger   M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger  M2000 Restoration execution cancellation trigger M3000 Restoration execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 98 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW80.0 SW160.0D2013.B D2000.1 D2000.3 D2000.4 D2001.0 D2001.1 D2001.2 D2001.4 M1100 M1000 SD1436 H10A0 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H302 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1440 K517...
  • Page 99 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 100: Chapter 5 Cc-link Ie Field Network

    ASLINKAMP (Input) ASLINKER (Input) Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works2 SWnDND-GXW2 and SWnDNC-GXW2 ('n' Mitsubishi Electric Corporation indicates its version.) CPU module LCPU L26CPU-BT CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module LJ71GF11-T2 CC-Link IE Field Network-AnyWireASLINK bridge module NZ2AW1GFAL...
  • Page 101: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave station connected to a CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 102 Enter the start device and end device to the "RX/RY Setting" and "RWw/RWr Setting" and select [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Close with Reflecting the Setting] in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. 1. Enter 2. Select Write data to the CPU module and open the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 103 ■Detection methods of a system configuration The system configuration of CC-Link IE Field Network can also be detected by either of the following operations. • Click the [Detect Now] button in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. • Select [Online]  [Detect Now] in MELSOFT Navigator. For the operation methods of MELSOFT Navigator, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 104: Detecting Devices Connected To A Bridge Module (nz2aw1gfal)

    Detecting devices connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL) To display devices supporting iQSS, which are connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL), on a system configuration diagram, first a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL) needs to be detected in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Then, perform an automatic detection of connected devices in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration"...
  • Page 105 When an automatic address detection is required, select the "Execute Detect Now after Address Auto-recognition" checkbox, then click the [Yes] button. For a case in which an automatic address detection is required, refer to the following manual. 1. Check MELSEC-Q/L AnyWireASLINK Master Module User's Manual 2.
  • Page 106: Verifying Devices Supporting Iqss Against System Configuration

    Verifying Devices Supporting iQSS Against System Configuration The system configuration displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window can be verified against the slave stations connected to a CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module. The result is displayed in the "Verification Result of the Configuration with the Connected Module" window. Verify a system configuration when it is manually created or edited.
  • Page 107: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave station. For the operation methods of the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.  GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Common) Window Select a target module in the 'List of stations' or 'Device map area' in the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 108 Operating procedure ■Reading parameters Select "Parameter read". Select a parameter to be read. Click the [Execute] button. 1. Select The selected parameter is read and the value is displayed in the column of "Read Value". 2. Check 3. Click ■Writing parameters Select "Parameter write".
  • Page 109: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. 1. Select Select a CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 110: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Backing up the information of a device supporting iQSS to an SD memory card and restoring it to a module simplifies the setting change for changeover. FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW0B0.0 D2001.1 D2001.4 Data backup/restoration M1100...
  • Page 111 Backup folder/file Backup data is created in the 'iQSS' folder in the root directory when backing up the data. If no 'iQSS' folder exists when backing up the data, an 'iQSS' folder will be newly created. Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'CC IE Field' folder. Do not change a backup folder name, configuration or saved file.
  • Page 112 When backing up the data of a device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL): • Backup data is stored in the 'CC IE Field' backup folder. • The station sub-ID number is the same ID number as the AnyWireASLINK address ID. •...
  • Page 113 Points to be checked before data backup/restoration ■Check the availability of data backup/restoration The data can be backed up and restored when a CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module and a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL) satisfy the following conditions. Perform the automatic address detection function and the parameter batch read function before data backup/restoration. The 'n' indicates the address assigned to the master station by the station number setting.
  • Page 114 ■Communication timeout time To back up or restore the data in a slave station connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL), set the communication timeout time as follows: • 128 or less slave stations: 60 seconds (recommended) • 129 or more slave stations: more than 80 seconds The communication timeout time can be set by using SD1445.
  • Page 115 ■Unavailable operations and functions at the same time as data backup If any of the following operations and functions are performed during data backup, the backup will be completed abnormally and the error cause is stored in SD1452 (iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration error cause in a module). The error is returned to the request source which performs the operation or function.
  • Page 116: Data Backup

    Data backup Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 115 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data backup.
  • Page 117 Execution method of data backup The target device for data backup can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 118 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Setting the execution unit', set the start I/O number of a target device for data backup to SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number...
  • Page 119 Example of a data backup (bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module start I/O number 30 Station No. 1 CC-Link IE Field Network-AnyWireASLINK bridge module Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to...
  • Page 120 ■Devices used in the program Set the devices used in the program by refresh parameters in advance. Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger ...
  • Page 121 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW0B0.0 D2000.0 D2000.1 D2000.3 D2000.4 D2001.0 D2001.1 D2001.2 D2001.4 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1070 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H104 SD1437 H0FFFF SD1438 SD1439 SD1444 SM1436...
  • Page 122 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW00B0 to SW00B7) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 123 Example of a data backup (remote I/O module) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module start I/O number 30 Backup target Station No. 1 Station No.
  • Page 124 ■Devices used in the program Set the devices used in the program by refresh parameters in advance. Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger ...
  • Page 125 ■Sample program FMOV D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW0B0.0 SW0B7.7 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H10B0 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H104 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1444 SM1436 49 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000 55 = H0FF...
  • Page 126 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW00B0 to SW00B7) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 127: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Program execution for data restoration The information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 126 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data restoration.
  • Page 128 Execution method of data restoration The target device for data restoration can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 129 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Setting the execution unit', set the start I/O number of a target device for data restoration to SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number...
  • Page 130 Example of a data restoration (bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module start I/O number 30 Station No. 1 CC-Link IE Field Network-AnyWireASLINK bridge module Address 1 to 4 Address 5 ID513 (201H) to...
  • Page 131 ■Devices used in the program Set the devices used in the program by refresh parameters in advance. Device Description Value  Initialization trigger  M1000 Restoration execution trigger  M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger ...
  • Page 132 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW0B0.0D2000.0 D2000.1 D2000.3 D2000.4 D2001.0 D2001.1 D2001.2 D2001.4 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1080 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H304 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 SD1440 K517 SD1441...
  • Page 133 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW00B0 to SW00B7) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 134 Example of a data restoration (remote I/O module) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module start I/O number 30 Restoration target Station No. 1 Station No.
  • Page 135 ■Devices used in the program Set the devices used in the program by refresh parameters in advance. Device Description Value  Initialization trigger  M1000 Restoration execution trigger  M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger ...
  • Page 136 ■Sample program FMOV D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SW0B7.7 M1100 M1100 SD1436 H10C0 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H204 SD1437 SD1438 SD1439 K120 SD1440 SD1444 SM1439 61 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000 67 =...
  • Page 137 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the other station data link status (SW00B0 to SW00B7) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 138: Chapter 6 Ethernet

    CPU module Laser displacement sensor COGNEX Vision System Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works2 SWnDND-GXW2 and SWnDNC-GXW2 ('n' indicates Mitsubishi Electric Corporation its version.) CPU module LCPU L26CPU-BT Laser displacement sensor HL-C2 Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.
  • Page 139: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A device supporting iQSS connected to a built-in Ethernet port CPU can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "Ethernet Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 140 The actual system configuration is displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. List of devices Device map area Output window Select [Ethernet Configuration]  [Close with Reflecting the Setting] in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. The setting in the "Ethernet Configuration" window is applied to the Select PLC parameter and completed.
  • Page 141: Applying The Communication Setting To A Device Supporting Iqss

    Applying the Communication Setting to a Device Supporting iQSS The communication setting set in the "Ethernet Configuration" window can be applied to a device supporting iQSS. Perform this function after adding, deleting or changing the setting of a device supporting iQSS. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of devices' or 3.
  • Page 142 When the communication setting is changed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, perform a reflection of communication setting to Ethernet devices in order to match the communication setting between a CPU module and a device supporting iQSS. ■Selecting devices supporting iQSS in the "Module List" window The reflection function of communication setting cannot be performed to devices supporting iQSS, which are selected in the "Module List"...
  • Page 143: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Sensor parameters can be read from and written to a device supporting iQSS. For the operation methods of the "Ethernet Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.  GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Common) Window Select a device supporting iQSS in 'List of devices' or 'Device 2.
  • Page 144 Operating procedure ■Reading parameters Select "Parameter read". Select a parameter to be read. 1. Select Click the [Execute] button. The selected parameter is read and the value is displayed in the column of "Read Value". 2. Check 3. Click ■Writing parameters Select "Parameter write".
  • Page 145: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. Select a built-in Ethernet port LCPU in the "Module Selection 1. Select (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button. 2.
  • Page 146: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Backing up the information of a device supporting iQSS to an SD memory card and restoring it to a module simplifies the setting change for changeover. FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SD1288.A Data backup/restoration M1100 M1100...
  • Page 147 Backup folder/file Backup data is created in the 'iQSS' folder in the root directory when backing up the data. If no 'iQSS' folder exists when backing up the data, an 'iQSS' folder will be newly created. Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'Ethernet' folder. Do not change a backup folder name, configuration or saved file.
  • Page 148 Considerations for data backup/restoration ■Use of an SD memory card • During a data backup or restoration, do not perform the following actions: turning OFF the power, resetting a module, and inserting or removing an SD memory card. Otherwise, the data backup or restoration will be interrupted and the data will not be backed up or restored properly. •...
  • Page 149 ■Unavailable operations and functions at the same time as data backup If any of the following operations and functions are performed during data backup, the backup will be completed abnormally and the error cause is stored in SD1452 (iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration error cause in a module). The error is returned to the request source which performs the operation or function.
  • Page 150: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each IP address by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of modules' or 'Device map area' in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, 2.
  • Page 151 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 150 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data backup.
  • Page 152 Execution method of data backup The target device for data backup can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 153 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit in the step of 'Set the execution unit', set the built-in Ethernet port CPU as the target device of data backup for SD1439. Target device (Module) Description 03FFH: Built-in Ethernet...
  • Page 154 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. Built-in Ethernet port LCPU Built-in Ethernet port LCPU IP address: 10.97.95.1 IP address:10.97.95.6 Backup target "IP address IP address IP address 10.97.95.40 10.97.95.50...
  • Page 155 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Backup execution trigger   M1100 Backup right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Backup right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Backup setting/start trigger  M2000 Backup execution cancellation trigger M3000 Backup execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 156 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SD1288.A M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1050 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H103 SD1437 H0FFFF SD1438 H3FF SD1439 SD1444 SM1436 44 = SD1446 M3000 SD1448 D5000...
  • Page 157 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup] Set the backup right-to-use request trigger. [Requesting backup right to use] (11) Store the right-to-use number. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger. Set the backup right-to-use confirmation trigger.
  • Page 158: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each IP address by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'List of devices' or 2. Select 'Device map area' in the "Ethernet Configuration"...
  • Page 159 Program execution for data restoration The information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS with a program. Operating procedure Start Acquire the right to use special relays/registers. Page 158 Acquiring a right to use Completion of right-to-use acquisition Set the settings for data restoration.
  • Page 160 Execution method of data restoration The target device for data restoration can be set with a program. ■Acquiring a right to use Set a value within the range from 1000H to 1FFFH to SD1435. Right to use for data backup •...
  • Page 161 Setting the operation setting when a data restoration error occurs Set the operation on error to the lower 8 bits of SD1444 in order to in order to restore data for multiple devices supporting iQSS. Operation on error Description 0H: Continue Set this to continue a data restoration even if it fails on some devices while being performed to multiple devices supporting iQSS.
  • Page 162 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. Built-in Ethernet port LCPU IP address: 10.97.95.1 Restoration target IP address IP address 10.97.95.40 10.97.95.50 • Target module type: Ethernet •...
  • Page 163 ■Devices used in the program Device Description Value  Initialization trigger M1000 Restoration execution trigger   M1100 Restoration right-to-use request trigger  M1200 Restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger  M1300 Restoration setting/start trigger  M2000 Restoration execution cancellation trigger M3000 Restoration execution normal completion display ...
  • Page 164 ■Sample program FMOV K0 D5000 M3000 M3500 M1000 M1000 SD1288.A M1100 M1100 SD1436 H1060 D1000 D1000 SD1435 M1200 M1200 D1000 SD1436 M1300 <> D1000 SD1436 <> SD1436 M3550 M1300 H203 SD1437 SD1438 H3FF SD1439 D2000 D2001 D2002 D2003 BTOW D2000 SD1440 K4 SD1444 SM1439 56 =...
  • Page 165 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration] Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger. [Requesting restoration right to use] (11) Store the right-to-use number. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger. Set the restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger.
  • Page 166 MEMO 6 Ethernet 6.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 167: Part 3 Gx Works3

    PART 3 GX Works3 This part explains the operation methods when using the iQ Sensor Solution functions in GX Works3/ MELSOFT Navigator. 7 AnyWireASLINK 8 CC-Link 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 10 Ethernet...
  • Page 168: Chapter 7 Anywireaslink

    This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for AnyWireASLINK using the following system configuration. Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works3 SWnDND-GXW3 ('n' indicates its version.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CPU module RCPU R08CPU AnyWireASLINK master module RJ51AW12AL ASLINKAMP (Input)
  • Page 169: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave module connected to an AnyWireASLINK master module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 170 The actual system configuration is displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window. Select [Close with Saving the Setting] in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window. The information, such as parameters, displayed in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window is applied to the network parameter. 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.1 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically...
  • Page 171: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave module. Window Select a device supporting iQSS in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Module] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 172: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. Select an AnyWireASLINK master module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 173: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up to/restored from an SD memory card by using special relays and special registers. This will make a data restoration or utilization simplified and the time taken to change the information of multiple devices supporting iQSS, restore data when a failure occurred in a device supporting iQSS, and to perform a changeover will also be shortened.
  • Page 174 Backup folder/file New backup folders are created in the 'ASLINK' folder which exists in the 'Backup' folder under the main folder of '$MELPRJ$' in an SD memory card when data is backed up. If no '$MELPRJ$' folder, 'Backup' folder, or 'ASLINK' folder exists, each of the folders are created as well when data is backed Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'ASLINK' folder.
  • Page 175 Considerations for data backup/restoration ■Use of an SD memory card • During a data backup or restoration, do not perform the following actions: turning OFF the power, resetting a module, and inserting or removing an SD memory card. Otherwise, for the data backup, data that was backed up until the data backup processing was interrupted retains in the SD memory card.
  • Page 176 ■Communication load When data is backed up or restored, the load of the service processing in the CPU module is temporarily increased. Consequently, a communication response will be slow and a timeout error may occur in other communications. To avoid a timeout error, review the value set for "Device/Label Access Service Processing Setting". [CPU Parameter] ...
  • Page 177: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each ID by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, and select [AnyWireASLINK Configuration]  [Online]  [Backup Slave Module].
  • Page 178 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card. New folders are created every time when data is backed up, and data of each device supporting iQSS is saved as a file in the folders.
  • Page 179 ■Setting the backup setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 1H: AnyWireASLINK Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the AnyWireASLINK master module. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be backed up at once.
  • Page 180 Setting the operation setting when a data backup error occurs Set the operation to be performed when the data backup fails on some devices while being processed to multiple devices supporting iQSS to the lower 8 bits of SD1367 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration operation setting). Operation on error Description 0H: Continue...
  • Page 181 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. (1) Backup target • Target module type: AnyWireASLINK • Execution unit: Module • Folder number setting: Automatic specification •...
  • Page 182 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 183 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 184 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 185 ■Sample program 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 186 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Requesting backup right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the backup right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking backup right to use] (22) Set the backup setting/start trigger.
  • Page 187: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each ID by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window, and select [AnyWireASLINK Configuration] ...
  • Page 188 Program execution for data restoration Information in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS. Select a backup folder to be restored. In the data restoration, information such as a model name or device version in the system file ($BKUP_UNIT_INF.BSI) created with backup is compared with that of a device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 189 ■Setting the restoration setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 1H: AnyWireASLINK Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the AnyWireASLINK master module. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be restored at once.
  • Page 190 ■Performing a data restoration Turn ON SM1364 (iQ Sensor Solution restoration request) to request a data restoration. Data is restored after a data restoration request. SM1364 is turned OFF when a data restoration is completed. Checking the execution status of a data restoration The execution status of a data restoration can be checked with the following special register areas.
  • Page 191 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. (1) Restoration target • Target module type: AnyWireASLINK • Execution unit: Module • Folder number setting: 0 • Target device (target module): Start I/O No.0 •...
  • Page 192 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 193 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 194 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 195 ■Sample program 7 AnyWireASLINK 7.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 196 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Requesting restoration right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking restoration right to use] (22) Set the restoration setting/start trigger.
  • Page 197: Chapter 8 Cc-link

    This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for CC-Link using the following system configuration. (2) (3) Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works3 SWnDND-GXW3 ('n' indicates its version.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CPU module RCPU R08CPU CC-Link master/local module RJ61BT11 Analog input module (voltage/current input) AJ65SBT2B-64AD...
  • Page 198 Before using iQ Sensor Solution functions ■Link refresh setting (module parameter) Some iQ Sensor Solution functions cannot be performed if devices to refresh the data of remote input (RX), remote output (RY), remote register (RWr), and remote register (RWw) are not set. Set devices used to data refresh in advance.
  • Page 199 Considerations when detecting devices supporting iQSS ■Station numbers of slave stations are not sequential When an automatic detection of connected devices is performed in a system configuration in which the station numbers of slave stations are not sequential, a general-purpose remote I/O station is automatically set for a station without a station number as a reserved station.
  • Page 200: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave station connected to a CC-Link master/local module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "CC- Link Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "CC-Link Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 201 The "CC-Link Configuration" window appears. Click the [Detect Now] button. Read the message and select the "Set the Module Connected to the Communication Module also as the Read Object" checkbox, then click the [Yes] button. The actual system configuration is displayed in the "CC-Link Configuration"...
  • Page 202: Detecting Devices Connected To A Bridge Module (nz2aw1c2al)

    Page 202 Considerations when detecting devices connected to a bridge module System configuration Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works3 SWnDND-GXW3 ('n' indicates its version.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CPU module RCPU R08CPU CC-Link master/local module RJ61BT11 CC-Link-AnyWireASLINK bridge module NZ2AW1C2AL...
  • Page 203 ■Setting the operation mode for CC-Link Ver.2-compatible slave station A bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) is a CC-Link Ver.2-compatible slave station. To detect and display a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) on a system configuration diagram, set the operation mode in which CC-Link Ver.2-compatible slave station works. The following table shows the combinations of the parameter setting for a CC-Link master/local module and the CC-Link operation mode for a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL).
  • Page 204 The "AnyWireASLINK Configuration" window appears. Click the [Detect Now] button. When an automatic address detection is required, select the "Execute Detect Now after Address Auto-recognition" checkbox, then click the [Yes] button. For a case in which an automatic address detection is required, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 205: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave station. Window Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 206 Operating procedure ■"Parameter Processing of Slave Station" screen • Reading parameters Select a target to be read. Select a parameter. Click the [Execute] button. The selected parameter is read and the value is displayed in the column of "Read Value". •...
  • Page 207: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. Select a CC-Link master/local module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 208: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up to/restored from an SD memory card by using special relays and special registers. This will make a data restoration or utilization simplified and the time taken to change the information of multiple devices supporting iQSS, restore data when a failure occurred in a device supporting iQSS, and to perform a changeover will also be shortened.
  • Page 209 Backup folder/file Backup data is created in the 'CC-Link' folder which exists in the 'Backup' folder under the main folder of '$MELPRJ$' in the root directory when data is backed up. If no '$MELPRJ$' folder, 'Backup' folder, or 'CC-Link' folder exists, each of the folders are created as well when data is backed Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'CC-Link' folder.
  • Page 210 ■Backup folder name • Date_Number YYYYMMDD_** YYYY: Year when the data was backed up (four digits in decimal) MM: Month when the data was backed up (two digits in decimal) DD: Day when the data was backed up (two digits in decimal) **: Number (two digits in decimal (00 to 99)) *1 If multiple folders with the same number exist while a target folder (0 to 99) is set to SD1363 (iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration folder number setting), the date of the backup folder name may not be updated.
  • Page 211 Points to be checked before data backup/restoration ■Check the availability of data backup/restoration The data can be backed up and restored when a CC-Link master/local module and a bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL) satisfy the following conditions. Perform the automatic address detection function and the parameter batch read function before data backup/restoration. The 'n' indicates the address assigned to the master station by the station number setting.
  • Page 212 ■Concurrent use of other functions While any of the following operations or functions are being performed, backup/restoration cannot be performed. Additionally, the following operations and functions cannot be performed during data backup/restoration. Operation/function name Operation with an engineering tool Initializing the CPU built-in memory/SD memory card Clearing values (file register) Writing data to a programmable controller (including online change of files) Deleting data in the programmable controller...
  • Page 213 ■Communication load When data is backed up or restored, the load of the service processing in the CPU module is temporarily increased. Consequently, a communication response will be slow and a timeout error may occur in other communications. To avoid a timeout error, review the value set for "Device/Label Access Service Processing Setting". [CPU Parameter] ...
  • Page 214: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, and select [CC-Link Configuration]  [Online] ...
  • Page 215 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card. New folders are created every time when data is backed up, and data of each device supporting iQSS is saved in a file format in the folders.
  • Page 216 ■Setting the backup setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 2H: CC-Link Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the CC-Link master station. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be backed up at once.
  • Page 217 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit, set a start I/O number to SD1364 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/ restoration target setting (target module)). Target device (Module) Description 0 to FFH: Start I/O number Set the start I/O number (the value obtained by dividing the start I/O number by 16) of the CC-Link master station which is connected to a target device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 218 ■Performing a data backup Turn ON SM1361 (iQ Sensor Solution backup request) to request a data backup. Data is backed up after a data backup request. SM1361 is turned OFF when a data backup is completed. Checking the execution status of a data backup The execution status of a data backup can be checked with the following special registers.
  • Page 219 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. (1) Backup target • Target module type: CC-Link • Execution unit: Station • Folder number setting: 18 • Target device (target module): Start I/O No.0 •...
  • Page 220 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 221 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 222 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List ■Sample program 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 223 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the data link status of other stations (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 224 Example of a data backup (bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. (1) Backup target • Target module type: CC-Link • Execution unit: Station • Folder number setting: 18 •...
  • Page 225 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 226 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 227 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 228 ■Sample program 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 229 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Executing data backup/Checking data link status] Check that the data link status of other stations (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data backup request. Set the backup right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 230: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "CC-Link Configuration" window, and select [CC-Link Configuration]  [Online] ...
  • Page 231 Program execution for data restoration Information in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS. Select a backup folder to be restored. In the data restoration, information such as a model name or device version in the system file ($BKUP_UNIT_INF.BSI) created with backup is compared with that of the CC-Link master station or a device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 232 ■Setting the restoration setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 2H: CC-Link Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the CC-Link master station. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be restored at once.
  • Page 233 Setting the operation setting when a data restoration error occurs Set the operation to be performed when the data restoration fails on some devices while being processed to multiple devices supporting iQSS to the lower 8 bits of SD1367 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration operation setting). Operation on error Description 0H: Continue...
  • Page 234 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. (1) Restoration target • Target module type: CC-Link • Execution unit: Station • Folder number setting: 18 • Target device (target module): Start I/O No.0 •...
  • Page 235 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 236 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 237 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 238 ■Sample program 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 239 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the data link status of other stations (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 240 Example of a data restoration (bridge module (NZ2AW1C2AL)) ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. • Target module type: CC-Link • Execution unit: Station • Folder number setting: 18 • Target device (target module): Start I/O No.0 •...
  • Page 241 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 242 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 243 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 244 ■Sample program 8 CC-Link 8.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 245 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Executing data restoration/Checking data link status] Check that the data link status of other stations (SW0080 to SW0083) indicates that a data link is in process before making a data restoration request. Set the restoration right-to-use request trigger.
  • Page 246: Chapter 9 Cc-link Ie Field Network

    This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for CC-Link IE Field Network using the following system configuration. (2) (3) Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works3 SWnDND-GXW3 ('n' indicates its version.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CPU module RCPU R08CPU CC-Link IE Field Network-equipped master/local module RJ71GF11-T2 Basic Digital Output Module...
  • Page 247: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave station connected to a CC-Link IE Field Network-equipped master/local module can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "CC-Link IE Field Network Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 248 The "CC IE Field Configuration" window appears. Click the [Detect Now] button. The actual system configuration is displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Select [Close with Reflecting the Setting] in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Information such as parameters displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 249: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave station. Window Select a device supporting iQSS in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station]/[The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 250 ■"The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station" screen Click the [Editing Parameter] button. "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" screen appears. Set the parameter information, and click the [Close with setting] button. 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.2 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 251 Select a target device. Note that the devices with the same model name and the same device version can be the target. Click the [Execute] button. The execution result is output by clicking the [Export Execution Result] button. 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.2 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 252 Option setting The "Option Setting" screen will appear by selecting [Tool]  [Options] in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. In the option setting, parameter information can be saved in a project. Parameter information is saved in a project by selecting the checkbox. Conditions under which saved parameter information is cleared Saved parameter information will be deleted under the following condition.
  • Page 253 ■Operations that delete the parameters of a slave station in GX Works3 Parameter information will be deleted from the storage file when performing any of the following operations in GX Works3. Read the parameters of a slave station by selecting [Parameter Processing of Slave Station]/[The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 254: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Window Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. Select a CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 255: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up to/restored from an SD memory card by using special relays and special registers. This will make a data restoration or utilization simplified and the time taken to change the information of multiple devices supporting iQSS, restore data when a failure occurred in a device supporting iQSS, and to perform a changeover will also be shortened.
  • Page 256 Backup folder/file New backup folders are created in the 'CC_IE_Field' folder which exists in the 'Backup' folder under the main folder of '$MELPRJ$' in an SD memory card when data is backed up. If no '$MELPRJ$' folder, 'Backup' folder, or 'CC_IE_Field' folder exists, each of the folders are created as well when data is backed up.
  • Page 257 When backing up the data of a device supporting iQSS, which is connected to a bridge module (NZ2AW1GFAL): • Backup data is stored in the 'CC_IE_Field' backup folder. • The station sub-ID number is the same ID number as the AnyWireASLINK address ID. •...
  • Page 258 Considerations for data backup/restoration ■Stations to which data cannot be backed up and restored • Local station • Sub-master station that is monitoring the master station (performing the sub-master operation) • Station whose data link has stopped due to a station number duplication error •...
  • Page 259 ■Communication load When data is backed up or restored, the load of the service processing in the CPU module is temporarily increased. Consequently, a communication response will be slow and a timeout error may occur in other communications. To avoid a timeout error, review the value set for "Device/Label Access Service Processing Setting". [CPU Parameter] ...
  • Page 260: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, and select [CC IE Field Configuration] ...
  • Page 261 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card. New folders are created every time when data is backed up, and data of each device supporting iQSS is saved in a file format in the folders.
  • Page 262 ■Setting the backup setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 4H: CC-Link IE Field Network Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the CC-Link IE Field Network master station. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be backed up at once.
  • Page 263 Setting a target device • Setting a module When '1H' (module unit) is set for the execution unit, set a start I/O number to SD1364 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/ restoration target setting (target module)). In a multiple CPU system, only the CC-Link IE Field Network master station controlled by a host CPU can be backed up. Data backup cannot be performed for non-controlled modules.
  • Page 264 ■Performing a data backup Turn ON SM1361 (iQ Sensor Solution backup request) to request a data backup. Data is backed up after a data backup request. SM1361 is turned OFF when a data backup is completed. Checking the execution status of a data backup The execution status of a data backup can be checked with the following special registers.
  • Page 265 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. (1) Backup target • Target module type: CC-Link IE Field Network • Execution unit: Module • Folder number setting: Automatic specification •...
  • Page 266 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 267 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 268 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List ■Sample program 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 269 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Requesting backup right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the backup right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking backup right to use] (22) Set the backup setting/start trigger.
  • Page 270: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each station by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, and select [CC IE Field Configuration] ...
  • Page 271 Program execution for data restoration Information in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS. Select a backup folder to be restored. In the data restoration, information such as a model name or device version in the system file ($BKUP_UNIT_INF.BSI) created with backup is compared with that of the CC-Link IE Field Network master station or a device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 272 ■Setting the restoration setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 4H: CC-Link IE Field Network Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to the CC-Link IE Field Network master station. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be restored at once.
  • Page 273 Setting the operation setting when a data restoration error occurs Set the operation to be performed when the data restoration fails on some devices while being processed to multiple devices supporting iQSS to the lower 8 bits of SD1367 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration operation setting). Operation on error Description 0H: Continue...
  • Page 274 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. (1) Restoration target • Target module type: CC-Link IE Field Network • Execution unit: Module • Folder number setting: 0 •...
  • Page 275 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 276 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 277 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 278 ■Sample program 9 CC-Link IE Field Network 9.4 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 279 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Requesting restoration right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking restoration right to use] (22) Set the restoration setting/start trigger.
  • Page 280: Chapter 10 Ethernet

    This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for Ethernet using the following system configuration. Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool GX Works3 SWnDND-GXW3 ('n' indicates its version.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation CPU module RCPU R08CPU Graphic operation terminal GOT2000 series...
  • Page 281: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    10.1 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A device supporting iQSS connected to a built-in Ethernet port CPU can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "Ethernet Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 282 The actual system configuration is displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. Select [Close with Reflecting the Setting] in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. The setting in the "Ethernet Configuration" window is applied to the network parameter and completed. 10 Ethernet 10.1 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically...
  • Page 283 • Up to 16 devices supporting iQSS can be displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window (in ascending order of MAC address) by performing an automatic detection of connected devices. • The system configuration cannot be detected if an error occurs on a CPU module or device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 284: Applying The Communication Setting To A Device Supporting Iqss

    10.2 Applying the Communication Setting to a Device Supporting iQSS The communication setting set in the "Ethernet Configuration" window can be applied to a device supporting iQSS. Perform this function after adding, deleting or changing the setting of a device supporting iQSS. Operating procedure Enter the communication setting.
  • Page 285 ■Selecting devices supporting iQSS in the "Module List" window A reflection of communication setting to Ethernet devices cannot be performed to a device supporting iQSS, which is selected in the "Module List" window and dragged and dropped onto the 'List of devices' or 'Device map area'. Perform an automatic detection of connected devices in order to detect the communication setting, then perform a reflection of communication setting to Ethernet devices.
  • Page 286: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    10.3 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Sensor parameters can be read from and written to a device supporting iQSS. Window Select a device supporting iQSS in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Ethernet Device] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 287: Monitoring Devices Supporting Iqss

    10.4 Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS The connection statuses of devices supporting iQSS can be monitored. Operating procedure Select [Diagnostics]  [Sensor/Device Monitor] with an engineering tool. Select a built-in Ethernet port CPU in the "Module Selection (Sensor/Device Monitor)" screen, and click the [OK] button. The "Sensor/Device Monitor for Ethernet Configuration"...
  • Page 288: Backing Up/restoring Data Of Devices Supporting Iqss

    10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up to/restored from an SD memory card by using special relays and special registers. This will make a data restoration or utilization simplified and the time taken to change the information of multiple devices supporting iQSS, restore data when a failure occurred in a device supporting iQSS, and to perform a changeover will also be shortened.
  • Page 289 Backup folder/file New backup folders are created in the 'Ethernet' folder which exists in the 'Backup' folder under the main folder of '$MELPRJ$' in an SD memory card when data is backed up. If no '$MELPRJ$' folder, 'Backup' folder, or 'Ethernet' folder exists, each of the folders are created as well when data is backed Up to 100 backup folders (date_number) can be created in the 'Ethernet' folder.
  • Page 290 Considerations for data backup/restoration ■Use of an SD memory card • During a data backup or restoration, do not perform the following actions: turning OFF the power, resetting a module, and inserting or removing an SD memory card. Otherwise, for the data backup, data that was backed up until the data backup processing was interrupted retains in the SD memory card.
  • Page 291 ■Communication load When data is backed up or restored, the load of the service processing in the CPU module is temporarily increased. Consequently, a communication response will be slow and a timeout error may occur in other communications. To avoid a timeout error, review the value set for "Device/Label Access Service Processing Setting". [CPU Parameter] ...
  • Page 292: Data Backup

    Data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be saved in an SD memory card for each IP address by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, and select [Ethernet Configuration]  [Online] ...
  • Page 293 Program execution for data backup Information of a device supporting iQSS can be backed up in an SD memory card. New folders are created every time when data is backed up, and data of each device supporting iQSS is saved in a file format in the folders.
  • Page 294 ■Setting the backup setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 3H: Ethernet Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to Ethernet. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be backed up at once.
  • Page 295 Setting the operation setting when a data backup error occurs Set the operation to be performed when the data backup fails on some devices while being processed to multiple devices supporting iQSS to the lower 8 bits of SD1367 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration operation setting). Operation on error Description 0H: Continue...
  • Page 296 Example of a data backup ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data backup. 10.97.95.1 10.97.95.6 10.97.95.50 I0.97.95.40 10.97.95.60 (1) Backup target (2) Devices supporting iQSS which communicate with the built-in Ethernet port LCPU (IP address: 10.97.95.1) (3) Devices supporting iQSS which communicate with the built-in Ethernet port LCPU (IP address: 10.97.95.6) •...
  • Page 297 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 298 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 10 Ethernet 10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 299 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List ■Sample program 10 Ethernet 10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 300 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the backup execution trigger. [Requesting backup right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the backup right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking backup right to use] (22) Set the backup setting/start trigger.
  • Page 301: Data Restoration

    Data restoration Information saved in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS for each IP address by using an engineering tool. Operating procedure Select a target device supporting iQSS in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, and select [Ethernet Configuration]  [Online] ...
  • Page 302 Program execution for data restoration Information in an SD memory card can be restored to a device supporting iQSS. Select a backup folder to be restored. In the data restoration, information such as a model name or device version in the system file ($BKUP_UNIT_INF.BSI) created with backup is compared with that of a device supporting iQSS.
  • Page 303 ■Setting the restoration setting Setting a target module type Set a target module with the lower 8 bits of SD1362 (iQ Sensor Solution data backup/restoration target module, execution unit setting). Target module type Description 3H: Ethernet Set this to specify a device supporting iQSS which is connected to Ethernet. Setting an execution unit Set a unit to specify the range of data to be restored at once.
  • Page 304 ■Performing a data restoration Turn ON SM1364 (iQ Sensor Solution restoration request) to request a data restoration. Data is restored after a data restoration request. SM1364 is turned OFF when a data restoration is completed. Checking the execution status of a data restoration The execution status of a data restoration can be checked with the following special register areas.
  • Page 305 Example of a data restoration ■Example of a system configuration The following shows the example of a system configuration for data restoration. 10.97.95.1 10.97.95.50 10.97.95.40 (1) Restoration target • Target module type: Ethernet • Execution unit: IP address • Folder number setting: 7 •...
  • Page 306 ■Label setting GX Works3 provides functions that support the creation of a program. The following table shows the module labels and the global labels used in the sample program. There is no need to change the settings of the module labels. For details on the global labels, refer to the following manual. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (Program Design) Categor Device...
  • Page 307 Categor Device Label name Description Label to be Define global labels as follows: defined 10 Ethernet 10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 308 For details on special relays (SM) and special registers (SD) to be used and their setting ranges, refer to the following section. Page 355 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List 10 Ethernet 10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 309 ■Sample program 10 Ethernet 10.5 Backing up/Restoring Data of Devices Supporting iQSS...
  • Page 310 [Initialization] Initialize the execution result. Initialize the normal completion display. Initialize the abnormal completion display. Set the restoration execution trigger. [Requesting restoration right to use] Store the right-to-use number. Set a right-to-use request. Set the restoration right-to-use confirmation trigger. [Checking restoration right to use] (22) Set the restoration setting/start trigger.
  • Page 311: Part 4 Mi Configurator

    PART 4 MI Configurator This part explains the operation methods when using the iQ Sensor Solution functions in MI Configurator. 11 CC-Link IE Field Network 12 Ethernet...
  • Page 312: Chapter 11 Cc-link Ie Field Network

    This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for CC-Link IE Field Network using the following system configuration. Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool MI Configurator SW1DNN-MICONF-M Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Module MELIPC MI5122-VW Basic Digital Output Module Screw terminal block type...
  • Page 313: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    11.1 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A slave station connected to a MELIPC can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "CC-Link IE Field Network Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 314 The actual system configuration is displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Select [Close with Reflecting the Setting] in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Information such as parameters displayed in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window is applied to the network parameter. Information may not be read correctly when performing an automatic detection of connected devices right after a slave station is connected.
  • Page 315: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    11.2 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Parameters can be read from and written to a slave station. Window Select a device supporting iQSS in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station]/[The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 316 ■"The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station" screen Click the [Editing Parameter] button. "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" screen appears. Set the parameter information, and click the [Close with setting] button. Select a target device. Note that the devices with the same model name and the same device version can be the target.
  • Page 317 Option setting The "Option Setting" screen will appear by selecting [Tool]  [Options] in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. In the option setting, parameter information can be saved in a project. Parameter information is saved in a project by selecting the checkbox. Conditions under which saved parameter information is cleared Saved parameter information will be deleted under the following condition.
  • Page 318 ■Operations that delete the parameters of a slave station in MI Configurator Parameter information will be deleted from the storage file when performing any of the following operations in MI Configurator. Read the parameters of a slave station by selecting [Parameter Processing of Slave Station]/[The Parameter Processing of Same Slave Station] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 319: Chapter 12 Ethernet

    System configuration This section explains the iQ Sensor Solution functions for Ethernet using the following system configuration. Type Model name Manufacturer Engineering tool MI Configurator SW1DNN-MICONF-M Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Module MELIPC MI5122-VW Device supporting iQSS Laser displacement sensor HL-C2 Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.
  • Page 320: Detecting Devices Supporting Iqss Automatically

    12.1 Detecting Devices Supporting iQSS Automatically A device supporting iQSS connected to a MELIPC can be detected and the information can be displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window. For the creation method of a new project and the operation methods of the "Ethernet Configuration" window, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 321 • Up to 16 devices supporting iQSS can be displayed in the "Ethernet Configuration" window (in ascending order of MAC address) by performing an automatic detection of connected devices. • The system configuration cannot be detected if an error occurs on a MELIPC and a device supporting iQSS. Take the corrective actions and perform the automatic detection function of connected devices again.
  • Page 322: Applying The Communication Setting To A Device Supporting Iqss

    12.2 Applying the Communication Setting to a Device Supporting iQSS The communication setting set in the "Ethernet Configuration" window can be applied to a device supporting iQSS. Perform this function after adding, deleting or changing the setting of a device supporting iQSS. Operating procedure Enter the communication setting.
  • Page 323 Perform an automatic detection of connected devices in order to detect the communication setting, then perform a reflection of communication setting to Ethernet devices. ■Changing the IP address of an Ethernet port When the IP address of the Ethernet port CH1 is changed, open the "Ethernet Configuration" window in order to match the IP address on a MELIPC side in the "Ethernet Configuration"...
  • Page 324: Reading/writing Parameters From/to Devices Supporting Iqss

    12.3 Reading/Writing Parameters from/to Devices Supporting iQSS Sensor parameters can be read from and written to a device supporting iQSS. Window Select a device supporting iQSS in the "Ethernet Configuration" window, then right-click and select [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Ethernet Device] from the shortcut menu.
  • Page 325: Appendix

    APPENDIX Appendix 1 Useful Functions Linkage with dedicated tools (association with properties) A dedicated tool and manual can be activated from a device supporting iQSS on 'Device map area' by linking the properties. Operating procedure For Ethernet Select a target device supporting iQSS in 'Device map area' in the "Ethernet Configuration"...
  • Page 326: Command Execution To Slave Station

    Command execution to slave station Commands can be executed to slave stations connected to CC-Link master/local module or CC-Link IE Field Network master/ local module. Before executing commands to a slave station, complete the settings so that the communication with a device supporting iQSS can be established successfully.
  • Page 327: Appendix 2 Devices That Support Iq Sensor Solution

    Appendix 2 Devices that Support iQ Sensor Solution This section shows the list of the available devices for iQ Sensor Solution. CPU module The following shows the CPU modules available for each connection method for iQ Sensor Solution. : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name Connection method...
  • Page 328: Melipc

    *21 Modules with a serial number whose first five digits are '15072' or higher support the data backup/restoration function. *22 Modules with a serial number whose first five digits are '17012' or higher support the data backup/restoration function. *23 Modules with a serial number whose first five digits are '17052' or higher support the data backup/restoration function. *24 Modules with a serial number whose first five digits are '18072' or higher support it.
  • Page 329: Devices Supporting Iqss (cpu Module)

    Devices supporting iQSS (CPU module) The devices supporting iQSS available for each connection method for iQ Sensor Solution are listed in the following sections. • Page 328 AnyWireASLINK • Page 329 CC-Link • Page 330 CC-Link IE Field Network • Page 331 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic •...
  • Page 330 AnyWireASLINK The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for AnyWireASLINK. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function       AnyWireASLINK master module RJ51AW12AL ...
  • Page 331 CC-Link The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for CC-Link. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function       *1,*2 ...
  • Page 332 CC-Link IE Field Network The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for CC-Link IE Field Network. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function ...
  • Page 333 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function ...
  • Page 334 Ethernet The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for Ethernet. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function       ...
  • Page 335 ■Cognex Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function       *1,*2 COGNEX Vision System In-Sight 5000, In-Sight 7000, In-Sight Micro, In-Sight       EZ-100, In-Sight EZ-700 *1 LCPUs with a serial number whose first five digits are '15043' or higher supports it.
  • Page 336: Device Supporting Iqss (melipc)

    Device supporting iQSS (MELIPC) The devices supporting iQSS available for each connection method for iQ Sensor Solution are listed in the following sections. • Page 335 CC-Link IE Field Network • Page 336 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic • Page 336 Ethernet Each iQ Sensor Solution function name is shown as the following symbols in the table.
  • Page 337 CC-Link IE Field Network The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for CC-Link IE Field Network. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function ...
  • Page 338 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic The following shows the devices supporting iQSS, iQ Sensor Solution functions, and supported version available for CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. ■Mitsubishi Electric Corporation : Supported, : Not supported Type Model name iQ Sensor Solution function ...
  • Page 339: Appendix 3 Engineering Tool And Version List

    Appendix 3 Engineering Tool and Version List The following tables show the usable engineering tools and their versions for each connection method. GX Works2/MELSOFT Navigator AnyWireASLINK ■LCPU iQ Sensor Solution function Engineering tool GX Works2 MELSOFT Navigator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.98C or later 1.62Q or later Sensor parameter read/write...
  • Page 340 CC-Link ■LCPU iQ Sensor Solution function Engineering tool GX Works2 MELSOFT Navigator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.98C or later 1.62Q or later Sensor parameter read/write 1.68W or later 1.25B or later Sensor/device monitor 1.98C or later Not supported Verification of connected devices and configurations 1.492N or later 1.62Q or later Data backup/restoration...
  • Page 341 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic ■LCPU iQ Sensor Solution function Engineering tool GX Works2 MELSOFT Navigator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.565P or later 2.42U or later Reflection of the communication setting Sensor parameter read/write Sensor/device monitor Not supported Not supported Data backup/restoration ■QCPU iQ Sensor Solution function...
  • Page 342: Gx Works3/melsoft Navigator

    GX Works3/MELSOFT Navigator AnyWireASLINK ■RCPU iQ Sensor Solution function Engineering tool GX Works3 MELSOFT Navigator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.030G or later Not supported Sensor parameter read/write Sensor/device monitor 1.040S or later Verification of connected devices and configurations Not supported Data backup/restoration 1.040S or later ■FX5CPU...
  • Page 343 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic ■RCPU iQ Sensor Solution function Engineering tool GX Works3 MELSOFT Navigator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.035M or later 2.42U or later Reflection of the communication setting Sensor parameter read/write Sensor/device monitor Not supported Not supported Data backup/restoration ■FX5CPU iQ Sensor Solution function...
  • Page 344: Mi Configurator

    MI Configurator CC-Link IE Field Network ■MELIPC iQ Sensor Solution function MI Configurator Automatic detection of connected devices 1.001B Sensor parameter read/write Sensor/device monitor Not supported Verification of connected devices and configurations Data backup/restoration CC-Link IE Field Network Basic ■MELIPC iQ Sensor Solution function MI Configurator Automatic detection of connected devices...
  • Page 345: Appendix 4 Considerations For Using Device Supporting Iqss

    Sensor/device monitor For details on the status display of AnyWireASLINK devices, refer to the • Page 328 AnyWire contact the manufacturer of the devices used. Corporation CC-Link Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Type/model name Function Consideration ■Analog input module (Voltage/ Data backup/restoration Data to be backed up/restored is offset/gain values.
  • Page 346 Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd. Type/model name Function Consideration ■Communication unit for CC-Link • Sensor parameter read/write Communication unit for CC-Link is required to be interconnected with • SC-GU3-01 • Sensor/device monitor respective sensor amplifiers supporting optical communication, and to which an end unit (SC-GU3-EU) is attached at the end.
  • Page 347: Cc-link Ie Field Network

    CC-Link IE Field Network Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Type/model name Function Consideration ■Basic Digital Input Module Data backup/restoration When data backup/restoration failed, an error code is stored to SD1453. • NZ2GF2B1-16D, NZ2GF2B1N- Check the error code and take corrective actions. (Page 347 Error Code List, or ...
  • Page 348: Ethernet

    Ethernet Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd. Type/model name Function Consideration ■Laser displacement sensor Automatic detection of connected Make sure whether the iQ Sensor Solution function is enabled on a target • HL-C2 devices device of the automatic detection function using the setting tool of HL-C2. ■Device supporting iQSS Reflection of the communication setting Setting a subnet mask and default gateway is required.
  • Page 349: Appendix 5 Error Code List

    Appendix 5 Error Code List The following shows the list of error codes. iQ Sensor Solution-related errors Error code Error and cause Corrective action 0050H A code other than the predefined one is set to the command/ • Check the command data of the MC protocol, etc. response type of the subheader.
  • Page 350: Anywireaslink

    For details on the error codes, error information, error causes, and corrective actions, refer to the manual of the AnyWireASLINK device used. When using GX Works2, these information can be checked in the "Monitoring Information" window. (Page 32 Monitoring Devices Supporting iQSS) CC-Link Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Error code Error and cause Corrective action Type/model name ■Analog input module (Voltage/...
  • Page 351 Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd. Error code Error and cause Corrective action Type/model name 4805H The data backup/restoration The data backup/restoration function is not supported by SC- ■Analog input unit function was performed for the T1JA, SC-A01, and SC-A02. •...
  • Page 352: Cc-link Ie Field Network

    CC-Link IE Field Network Error code Error and cause Corrective action Type/model name ■Basic Digital Input Module BAD1H Data restoration was performed Use the data that was backed up by using a module with the using backup data of module same model name as one used for data restoration.
  • Page 353: Ethernet (error Codes That Occur On Communication)

    Error code is displayed when the communication error or iQ Sensor Solution related error occurred. (Page 347 iQ Sensor Solution-related errors) The error codes in the following table indicate the lower 4 digits of 2C09****. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Error code Error and cause Corrective action C055H to System error •...
  • Page 354 Error code Error and cause Corrective action CEE1H to System error • Check the considerations for the performed function. CEE2H • Check the operating status and connection status of the devices supporting iQSS. CF10H System error • Check the connection of Ethernet cable and a hub. •...
  • Page 355 Error code Error and cause Corrective action CF70H An error occurred on the Ethernet communication route. • Check the operation of the devices supporting iQSS. • Check if the connection cable is disconnected. CF71H Timeout error • Check the considerations for the performed function. •...
  • Page 356: Ethernet (error Codes Of Devices Supporting Iqss)

    Ethernet (Error codes of devices supporting iQSS) An error code of a device supporting iQSS is displayed in the "Monitor Information" window of an engineering tool. For details on the error, refer to the manuals of each device supporting iQSS. Check on the Monitor Information window of the Sensor/Device Monitor screen.
  • Page 357: Appendix 6 Special Relay (sm)/special Register (sd) List

    Appendix 6 Special Relay (SM)/Special Register (SD) List This section shows the list of special relays (SM)/special registers (SD) used for the data backup/restoration function. How to read the special relay (SM)/special register (SD) list The following shows how to read the special relay (SM)/special register (SD) list. Item Description Number...
  • Page 358: Special Relays (sm)

    Special relays (SM) MELSEC-L series/Q series The special relays (SM) which can be used for MELSEC-L series/Q series are as follows. Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SM606 SD memory card forced OFF: Cancel instruction When this relay is turned ON, the instruction that forcibly disables an disable instruction ON: Forced disable SD memory card is issued.
  • Page 359 MELSEC iQ-R series The following table lists the special relays (SM) used for MELSEC iQ-R series. Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SM606 SD memory card forced OFF: Cancel instruction When this relay is turned ON, the instruction that forcibly disables an disable instruction ON: Forced disable SD memory card is issued.
  • Page 360: Special Registers (sd)

    Special registers (SD) MELSEC-L series/Q series The following table lists the special registers (SD) used for MELSEC-L series/Q series. Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD604 Memory card use SD memory card usage This register stores the usage status of an SD memory card in the S (status conditions status...
  • Page 361 Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1439 iQ Sensor Solution Setting a target device This register is used to set a target module for data backup/restoration. backup/restoration (target module) for data • Start I/O No. : Module target setting (target backup/restoration •...
  • Page 362 Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1452 iQ Sensor Solution Storing the cause of the This register stores the cause of the data backup/restoration error S (status backup/restoration error data backup/restoration detected in a module. change/error) cause in a module error detected in a When errors are detected in multiple devices, the error detected first is module...
  • Page 363 Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1458 iQ Sensor Solution Storing the information of This register stores the information of the device (target device 2) where S (status backup/restoration error the target device where a a data backup/restoration error occurred. change/error) device information data backup/restoration...
  • Page 364 *1 The bit turns ON at boot start, and turns OFF at the completion. *2 The bit turns ON when the writing of device initial values is started, and turns OFF at completion. *3 The bit turns ON while performing communication protocol, and turns OFF at completion. *4 The bit turns ON when data logging setting is registered, and turns OFF at the completion or stop of data logging.
  • Page 365 MELSEC iQ-R series The following table lists the special registers (SD) used for MELSEC iQ-R series. Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD604 SD memory card (drive SD memory card (drive This register stores the usage status of an SD memory card in the S (status 2) usage status 2) usage status...
  • Page 366 Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1366 iQ Sensor Solution Backup/restoration target This register is used to set a target device for iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration setting (target device 2) backup/restoration. target setting (target <AnyWireASLINK> device 2) • 0 (Not used) <CC-Link, CC-Link IE Field Network>...
  • Page 367 Number Name Description Details Set by (setting timing) SD1378 iQ Sensor Solution Module/execution unit This register stores the target module type and execution unit S (status backup/restoration error information information when an iQ Sensor Solution backup/restoration error change/error) target module/execution occurred.
  • Page 368: Appendix 7 Event List

    Appendix 7 Event List A CPU module collects information, such as errors detected by the module; operations performed for the module; and errors occurred on the network, from modules, and stores the collected data into the data memory or an SD memory card. For details and settings on the event function, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 369: Event List

    Event list The following shows the lists of events related to a CPU module. Event Event Event Detected event Description Detailed information code type category Detailed Detailed information 1 information 2 20600 Operation Info iQ Sensor Solution data iQ Sensor Solution data backup succeeded. Information on the Target device backup succeeded...
  • Page 370: Appendix 8 Backup File Capacity

    Appendix 8 Backup File Capacity The approximate file size for one file created by the data backup function can be calculated using the formula shown in the following table. The capacity of a file created at data backup differs depending on the devices supporting iQSS connected. Backup data file (.QBR) The file capacity of a backup data file (.QBR) differs depending on the devices supporting iQSS connected.
  • Page 371 MEMO APPX Appendix 8 Backup File Capacity...
  • Page 372: Index

    INDEX Setting the operation mode for CC-Link ....201 Ver.2-compatible slave station ....26,103,166 Address setting .
  • Page 373 MEMO...
  • Page 374: Revisions

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  • Page 375: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the sales representative or Mitsubishi Service Company.
  • Page 376: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS Anywire and AnyWireASLINK are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Anywire Corporation. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan. The SD and SDHC logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. The company names, system names and product names mentioned in this manual are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
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