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MELSEC iQ-R Simple Motion Module
User's Manual (Network)
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  • Page 1 MELSEC iQ-R Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Network) -RD77GF4 -RD77GF8 -RD77GF16 -RD77GF32...
  • 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. Refer to the MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual for a description of the PLC system safety precautions.
  • Page 4 [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 5 [Design Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not install the control lines or communication cables together with the main circuit lines or power cables. Keep a distance of 100 mm or more between them. Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise.
  • Page 6 [Installation Precautions] CAUTION ● Use the programmable controller in an environment that meets the general specifications in the Safety Guidelines included with the base unit. Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, malfunction, or damage to or deterioration of the product. ●...
  • Page 7 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Individually ground the FG and LG terminals of the programmable controller with a ground resistance of 100 ohms or less. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction. ● Use a solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve for terminal block wiring. Note that up to two solderless terminals can be connected per terminal block.
  • Page 8 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Prevent foreign matter such as dust or wire chips from entering the module. Such foreign matter can cause a fire, failure, or malfunction. ● A protective film is attached to the top of the module to prevent foreign matter, such as wire chips, from entering the module during wiring.
  • Page 9 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION ● 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 10 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION ● Before starting the operation, confirm the brake function. ● Do not perform a megger test (insulation resistance measurement) during inspection. ● After maintenance and inspections are completed, confirm that the position detection of the absolute position detection function is correct.
  • Page 11: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in conditions; i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any, shall not lead to any major or serious accident; ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT.
  • Page 12: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC iQ-R series programmable controllers. This manual describes the functions, programming, and troubleshooting of the relevant products listed below. Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and develop familiarity with the functions and performance of the MELSEC iQ-R series programmable controller to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 14 Communication Mode ..............76 Parameter Name .
  • Page 15: Relevant Manuals

    This manual does not include information on the module function blocks. For details, refer to the Function Block Reference for the module used. e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool.
  • Page 16: Terms

    TERMS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following terms. Term Description Baton pass A token to send data over a network Buffer memory A memory in an intelligent function module, where data (such as setting values and monitoring values) are stored.
  • Page 17 Term Description Network module A generic term for the following modules: • Ethernet interface module • CC-Link IE Controller Network module • Module on CC-Link IE Field Network • MELSECNET/H network module • MELSECNET/10 network module • RnENCPU (network part) The abbreviation for Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability.
  • Page 18 Term Description Submaster station A station that serves as a master station to control the entire network if the master station is disconnected. Only one master station can be used in a network. SWRITE A generic term for the JP.SWRITE and GP.SWRITE System switching A function which switches the systems between the control system and the standby system to continue operation of the redundant system when a failure or an error occurs in the control system...
  • Page 19: Chapter 1 Functions

    FUNCTIONS Fixed Cycle Communication The communication cycle of the Simple Motion module is fixed cycle. The communication is performed with slave modules in a cycle set in the inter-module synchronization cycle setting. Refer to the following for details. MELSEC iQ-R Inter-Module Synchronization Function Reference Manual CC-Link IE Field Network Synchronous Communication Function A slave module which supports the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function operates synchronously...
  • Page 20: Cyclic Transmission

    Cyclic Transmission This function allows data to be periodically exchanged among stations on the same network using link devices. Data flow and link device assignment Master station and slave stations (except for local stations) One-to-one communication is possible between the master and slave stations. The status data of the link devices (RY, RWw) of the master station is output to the external device of the slave station, and the input status information from the external device of the slave station is stored in the link devices (RX, RWr) of the master station.
  • Page 21 Master station and local stations Data can be written into the send range of the link devices (RY, RWw) of each station and can be sent to any station on the same network. The status data of the link devices (RY, RWw) of the master station are stored in the link devices (RX, RWr) of each local station.
  • Page 22 Coexistence of local stations and the other slave stations (other than local stations) The data of all slave stations are also stored in the local stations in the same way as the master station. Station No.0 Station No.1 Station No.2 Station No.3 Master CPU module...
  • Page 23: Link Refresh

    Link refresh This function automatically transfers data between the link devices of the Simple Motion module and the devices of the CPU module. CPU module Simple Motion module Device Link device Link refresh Concept of the link refresh range (number of points) The link refresh is performed to the area set in "Refresh Settings"...
  • Page 24 Precautions ■Latched devices of the CPU module If data in latched devices of the CPU module are cleared to zero on a program when the CPU module is powered off and on or reset, the data may be output without being cleared to zero, depending on the timing of the link scan and link refresh. Take the following actions not to output the data in the latched devices of the CPU module.
  • Page 25: Direct Access To Link Devices

    Direct access to link devices This function directly accesses the link devices (RX, RY, RWr, RWw, SB, or SW) of the Simple Motion module from the program. Specify a link device as the link direct device (J_\_) for direct access. Specification method Specify the network No.
  • Page 26 Readable and writable range Data can be read or written between the Simple Motion module and CPU module mounted on the same base unit. ■Read All link devices of the Simple Motion module can be specified. (Page 23 Specification method) ■Write The range that satisfies all of the following conditions can be specified.
  • Page 27 Differences from link refresh Item Access method Link refresh Direct access Number of steps 1 step 2 steps Processing speed High speed Low speed Cyclic data integrity assurance Available Not available *1 For actual values, refer to the following. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (CPU Module Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks) Shortening the link refresh time and transmission delay time ■Shortening the link refresh time Remove infrequently used link devices from the link refresh range, and directly read or write the corresponding data using link...
  • Page 28: Cyclic Data Integrity Assurance

    Cyclic data integrity assurance This function assures the cyclic data integrity in units of 32 bits or station-based units. : Assured, : Not assured Method Description Availability Link refresh Direct access to Access to buffer link devices memory 32-bit data assurance Assures data in 32-bit units.
  • Page 29 ■Data integrity assurance at the time of access to buffer memory The integrity of 32-bit data can be assured by satisfying the following conditions. • Access using the DMOV instruction • The start address of the buffer memory is multiples of 2. Simple Motion module Buffer memory 2 words...
  • Page 30 ■Access to link devices During a link refresh, data are assured for each station as shown below. CPU module Simple Motion module Device Link device Data Station Station Data assurance No.1 No.1 assurance Data Station Station Data assurance No.2 No.2 assurance Link refresh Data...
  • Page 31 • Program Program example Sending station: Master station (station No.0) Classification Description Label to be defined Define global labels as shown below: Receiving station: Local station (station No.1) Classification Description Label to be defined Define global labels as shown below: •...
  • Page 32 ■Example of interlock using devices other than X and Y An example of sending data in W0 to W3 of the master station (station No.0) to W1000 to W1003 of the local station (station No.1) is shown below. This is a method used when X and Y cannot be used as interlock devices. (B0 and B1000 are used for a handshake to the CPU module.) Sending station Receiving station...
  • Page 33 Receiving station: Local station (station No.1) Classification Description Label to be defined Define global labels as shown below: • Program flow  Sending station (0) "bStartDirection" (M0) is turned on.  Sending station (0) The contents of "uTransferFrom" (D0 to D3) are stored in W0 to W3. ...
  • Page 34: Interlink Transmission

    Interlink transmission This function transfers data in the link devices of the master station to another network module on a relay station. Relay station Simple Motion Network module module Interlink transmissions Data of network No.2 Data of network No.1 Network No.1 Network No.2 Setting method Set interlink transmission in "Interlink Transmission Settings"...
  • Page 35: Input And Output Status Settings When Failure Occurs

    Input and output status settings when failure occurs For the Simple Motion module, status of input from a data link faulty station and output status of cyclic data if a stop error occurs in the CPU module can be set. Status Range where the settings are enabled Input status of data link faulty station...
  • Page 36: Output Status Setting For Cpu Stop

    Setting method ■Input status of data link faulty station Set the input status of data link faulty stations under "Supplementary Cyclic Settings" in "Application Settings". (Page 74 Application Settings) ■Cyclic data output when a stop error occurs in the CPU module Under "Supplementary Cyclic Settings"...
  • Page 37: Cyclic Transmission Stop And Restart

    Cyclic transmission stop and restart This function stops the cyclic transmission during debugging and other operations. (Data reception from a slave station and data sending from the own station are stopped.) Also, the stopped cyclic transmission can be restarted. Transient transmission does not stop.
  • Page 38: Transient Transmission

    Transient Transmission This function allows communications with other stations when a request is made by a method such as a dedicated instruction and engineering tool. Communications with different networks is also possible. Communications within the same network This function performs the transient transmission to other stations using dedicated instructions and the engineering tool. For details on the dedicated instructions that can be used, refer to the following.
  • Page 39: Communications With Different Networks

    Communications with different networks This function performs the transient transmission seamlessly to stations on different networks using dedicated instructions and the engineering tool. CC-Link IE Controller Network Network No.1 Engineering tool (Relay station (Simple Motion module)) Ethernet CC-Link IE Field Network Network No.3 Network No.2 Communications can be made with stations up to eight networks apart (number of relay stations: 7).
  • Page 40 When the networks consist of MELSEC iQ-R series and other series Setting communication paths allows communication with the following networks configured with modules other than MELSEC iQ-R series. • Ethernet • CC-Link IE Controller Network • CC-Link IE Field Network •...
  • Page 41 Precautions • When a relay sending station is set to "Target Station", only an error code appears without an error message. Set a relay receiving station to "Target Station". Network No.2 Network No.1 Station Station Station Station No.0 No.1 No.2 No.0 Own station Receiving...
  • Page 42: Ip Packet Transfer Function

    IP Packet Transfer Function This function enables communications using the specified IP address over CC-Link IE Field Network. For example, a personal computer can communicate with the FTP server. With this function, two networks of CC-Link IE Field Network and Ethernet are not required, resulting in reduced wiring cost. Only CC-Link IE Field Network is Simple Motion required to perform communications...
  • Page 43: System Configuration

    System configuration The IP packet transfer function allows communications to be performed by connecting an Ethernet device to one of the following devices. Connecting Ethernet devices ■Connecting an Ethernet device to an Ethernet-equipped module Connect an Ethernet device to an Ethernet-equipped module. Simple Motion module (1) Ethernet device (request source device)
  • Page 44: Setting

    Setting To use the IP packet transfer function, the following items need to be set. Ethernet device Ethernet device (request source device) (request destination device) Simple Motion Ò Ò module Ó, Ô, Õ, Ö, × Ö, × Ó, Ô, Õ, Ö, × : Communication route ...
  • Page 45 Rules for the IP address setting IP addresses specified for the IP packet transfer function need to satisfy the following rules. Device to be set Setting range of the IP address First and second octets Third octet Fourth octet Ethernet device ...
  • Page 46  Use the same Nos. for the first and second octets of the IP addresses of the request source device, request destination device, and modules between them. 192 . 168 . 10 . 36 The first and second octets (network addresses) ...
  • Page 47 ■CC-Link IE Field Network gateway setting Through a module, such as an Ethernet adapter module, where the CC-Link IE Field Network gateway can be set, any IP address can be used for the Ethernet device side. (Page 49 Access range, Page 55 When an Ethernet device with a different network address is accessed) Note, however, that the network addresses on the CC-Link IE Field Network side must be the same.
  • Page 48 Routing parameter setting Set routing parameters in the following cases. • When modules other than MELSEC iQ-R series exist in the communication path • When an Ethernet device needs to be connected to a module that does not support routing parameters ■When modules other than MELSEC iQ-R series exist in the communication path To set routing parameters, refer to the following.
  • Page 49: Ip Communication Test

    Improper setting Master station Ethernet device Ethernet device Station (request source device) (request destination device) No.0 Local station Station Station No.1 No.2 Network No.1 Network No.2 Network No.3 Communication routes set using the routing parameters Communication route automatically set (from a module that does not have the routing parameters to the master station) Setting for Setting for...
  • Page 50 Open the "IP Communication Test" window. Enter the IP address of the CPU module 2 or the local station (station No.2) connected to the request destination device in "Communication Target". When the module that is connected to the request destination device is an Ethernet adapter module, enter the IP address of the request destination device in "Communication Target".
  • Page 51: Access Range

    Access range The access range differs depending on whether the IP address setting conditions are met or not. (Page 43 Rules for the IP address setting) • When one of the Ethernet devices does not have an IP address that does not meet the IP address setting rules, both of the request source device and request destination device need to be connected to a module compatible with the CC-Link IE Field Network gateway setting, such as an Ethernet adapter module.
  • Page 52: Relay Using Cc-Link Ie Controller Network

    Relay using CC-Link IE Controller Network The IP packet transfer function can be used through a relay from CC-Link IE Field Network to CC-Link IE Controller Network. Request destination 3 Request destination 2 Ethernet Ethernet CC-Link IE Controller Network Simple Motion module Relay station CC-Link IE Field Network Ethernet...
  • Page 53: Precautions

    Precautions Support for the IP packet transfer function MELSEC iQ-R series modules support the IP packet transfer function from the first release. To check whether other modules support the IP packet transfer function, refer to the following. User's manual for the module used Using different networks Communications cannot be performed via modules that do not support the IP packet transfer function such as MELSECNET/ Communications before a baton pass is established (D LINK LED off)
  • Page 54 Precautions when configuring a multiple CPU system  Set a CPU module connected to an Ethernet device as a control CPU of the Simple Motion module performing the IP packet transfer.  Any CPU module in a relay station on CC-Link IE Field Network can be served as a control CPU of the Simple Motion module transferring the IP packet. ...
  • Page 55: Example Of Communications Using The Ip Packet Transfer Function

    Example of communications using the IP packet transfer function When the request source and destination devices have the same network address The following system configuration is used to explain an example of communications. CPU module 1: 192.168.1.10 CPU module 2: 192.168.10.10 Ethernet device Ethernet device Master station: 192.168.2.125...
  • Page 56 ■Setting in the CPU module 2 and local station (station No.2) Set the IP address of the CPU module 2 as follows. Navigation window  "Parameter"  Target module  "Module Parameter"  "Basic Settings"  "Own Node Settings"  "IP Address" Change the following setting to "Use"...
  • Page 57 When an Ethernet device with a different network address is accessed The following system configuration is used to explain an example of communications. Ethernet device Ethernet device (request source device) (request destination device) Ethernet adapter Master station 1 Local station 1 (station No.2) Ethernet adapter module 1 (station No.1) (station No.0)
  • Page 58 Set the CC-Link IE Field Network gateway in the Ethernet adapter module 1 as follows. Setting item tree  NZ2GF-ETB  [Parameter]  "CC-Link IE Field Network"  [CC-Link IE Field Network Gateway Setting] Set the gateway as follows. To transmit communications to the request destination the IP packet passes through the station with the network address No.
  • Page 59 ■Setting in the CPU module 1 and master station 1 (station No.0) Set the routing parameters to the CPU module 1 as follows. Navigation window  "Parameter"  Target module  "CPU parameter"  "Routing Setting" Because the network address is different from that of the request destination device, the Ethernet adapter module 2 (Ethernet part) does not have a network No.
  • Page 60 ■Setting in the Ethernet adapter module 2 (station No.1) Use the configuration tool to set the IP address. Set the IP address in the Ethernet adapter module 2 (Ethernet part) as follows. Setting item tree  NZ2GF-ETB  [Parameter]  "Ethernet" The IP address setting is not required for the Ethernet adapter module 2 (CC-Link IE Field Network part).
  • Page 61 ■Checking the status of communications After the setting is completed in each module, execute the IP communication test using the configuration tool of the Ethernet adapter module. Then check for an error in the communication path between the Ethernet device (request source device) and Ethernet device (request destination device).
  • Page 62: Safety Communication Function

    Safety Communication Function This section describes the safety communication function. Following modules are required to use the safety communication function. • Safety CPU • Safety function module The safety communication function cannot be used in a system containing a submaster station. Communications with safety stations This function establishes a safety connection and enables one-on-one safety communications periodically between safety stations in the same network.
  • Page 63 Safety communications flow ■Master station (safety station) and local station (safety station) The safety device status of the sending station is stored in a safety device of the receiving station. Safety communications between local stations (safety stations) is also the same. Station No.0 Station No.1 Safety CPU...
  • Page 64 ■Master station (safety station) and remote device station (safety station) • The safety device status of the Safety CPU on the master station (safety station) is reflected to the safety output of the remote device station (safety station). • The safety input status of the remote device station (safety station) is stored in the Safety CPU on the master station (safety station).
  • Page 65: Safety Station Interlock Function

    Precautions • This function may detect an error and stop safety communications if the data link is reconfigured during safety communications. • If an error occurs in safety communications, safety data from the station with an error is cleared. • A safety connection between the master station (safety station) and local station (safety station) or between local stations (safety stations) can be established only while baton bass is performed after configuring "Safety Communication Setting"...
  • Page 66: Chapter 2 Parameter Settings

    PARAMETER SETTINGS This chapter describes the parameter settings required for communications between the Simple Motion module and other stations. Setting Parameters Add the Simple Motion module in the engineering tool. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "Module Information"  Right-click  [Add New Module] The required settings, basic settings, and application settings are included in the parameter settings.
  • Page 67: Station Type

    Station Type Set the station type of the Simple Motion module. Item Description Setting range Station Type Use the Simple Motion module as a master station.  One master station can be set in a network. Network No. Set the network No. of the Simple Motion module. Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 68: Basic Settings

    Basic Settings Set the network configurations, refresh settings, or other parameters for the Simple Motion module. Item Description Reference Page 67 Network Configuration Network Configuration Set parameters of slave stations (the number of points and assignment of link devices) in Settings the master station.
  • Page 69: Network Configuration Settings

    Network Configuration Settings Set parameters of slave stations (the number of points and assignment of link devices) in the master station. Setting procedure The procedure for the network configuration settings is shown below. Select the module in "Module List" and drag it to the list of stations or the network map. List of stations Network map Drag and drop the text.
  • Page 70 Item Description Setting range RX/RY Setting Assign RX/RY points. (Page 18 Data flow and link device assignment) Points Points can be assigned in increments of 16 (Start: _ _ _0H, End: _ _ _FH). • Master Station, Local Station, To equally assign points or the same points, go to [Equal Assignment] or [Identical Point Intelligent Device Station: 16 to 2048 Assignment] on the [CC IE Field Configuration] menu.
  • Page 71 ■Equal assignment and identical point assignment of link points Equal assignment and identical point assignment can be set as follows. [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Equal Assignment] or [Identical Point Assignment] Item Description Setting range Equal Assignment Specify the start station and end station, and equally assign link devices to •...
  • Page 72: Refresh Settings

    Refresh Settings Set link refresh ranges between the devices of the CPU module and the link special relay (SB), link special register (SW), and link devices of the Simple Motion module, or between the module label of the CPU module and the link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW) of the Simple Motion module.
  • Page 73 Setting items Item Description Setting range Device Assignment Right-click in the setting window and select a link device assignment method from • Start/End Method the "Device Assignment Method" menu. • Points/Start • Start/End: Enter the start and end Nos. of link devices. (Default: Start/End) •...
  • Page 74 Item Description Setting range 1 to 256 Link Side Set the link refresh ranges of RX, RY, RWr, and RWw. Up to 256 ranges can be Device Name set. (Page 21 Link refresh) • RX, RY, RWr, RWw (Default: Blank) Points •...
  • Page 75: Network Topology

    Precautions ■Device set to "CPU Side" Set a device range not to overlap the one used for the following: • "Refresh Settings" in "Basic Settings" of other network modules • "Link Refresh Settings" in "Basic Settings" of a CC-Link master/local module •...
  • Page 76: Application Settings

    Application Settings Set the supplementary cyclic settings, IP address, or other parameters for the Simple Motion module. Item Description Reference Page 75 Supplementary Cyclic Supplementary Cyclic Set the link scan mode, station-based block data assurance, and I/O maintenance setting. Settings Settings Page 75 IP Address IP Address...
  • Page 77: Supplementary Cyclic Settings

    Supplementary Cyclic Settings Set the link scan mode, station-based block data assurance, and I/O maintenance setting. Item Description Setting range Link Scan Mode The link scan mode is shown below.  ■Sequence Scan Asynchronous Link scan is performed asynchronously with the sequence scan of the CPU module.
  • Page 78: Communication Mode

    Communication Mode Set the communication mode of the own station. Select the communication mode from "Normal" or "High-Speed". Item Description Setting range Communication Mode Normal • Normal • Cyclic and transient transmission are performed without losing their • High-Speed inherent speed performance. This mode is suitable for a system that (Default: High-Speed) transmits large amount of data for management, monitoring, and diagnostics by transient transmission along with I/O control or analog...
  • Page 79: Module Operation Mode

    Module Operation Mode Set the mode of the Simple Motion module. Item Description Setting range Module Operation Mode Online • Online • Select this mode to connect the Simple Motion module to the network for • Offline performing data link with other stations. (Default: Online) Offline •...
  • Page 80 Click the [OK] button to finish the interlink transmission settings. Item Description Setting range Setting Method Right-click in the "Interlink Transmission Parameters" window and select a link device • Start/End setting method from the "Setting Method" menu. • Points/Start • Start/End: Enter the start and end Nos. of link devices. (Default: Start/End) •...
  • Page 81 Precautions ■Stations supporting interlink transmission Interlink transmission parameters can be set for the master station. ■Modules supporting interlink transmission The master station can perform interlink transmission with the following modules. • CC-Link IE Controller Network-equipped module (control station, normal station) ■Transfer destination link device setting •...
  • Page 82 ■Performing interlink transmission in a multiple CPU system When different control CPUs are set for the network modules, interlink transmission cannot be performed using interlink transmission parameters or a program. Perform interlink transmission using data communication by the CPU buffer memory. (MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application)) Setting example The following is a setting example to perform interlink transmission from the master station on CC-Link IE Field Network to...
  • Page 83: Safety Communication Setting

    If the transfer target network module is on a network other than CC-Link IE Field Network, set the transfer target link devices within the own station send range of the network module. If the link devices are set within the send range of another station, the transferred data are overwritten with the send data of another station. Master station Network module (station No.0)
  • Page 84 Setting procedure The procedure for the safety communication setting is shown below. Set "Communication Destination" to "Local Network". For the master station, select the target module of safety communications in "Select the target module for the Safety Communication Setting" window and click the [Add] button. Set the required items.
  • Page 85 Item Description Setting range  Configured Module Model Name When the own station is the master station, the module model name of the communication destination selected in "Select the target module for the Safety Communication Setting" window is displayed. (Only slave station other than the local station) Communication In the following cases, set the Safety CPU model name of the •...
  • Page 86: Chapter 3 Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter describes programming and startup examples of CC-Link IE Field Network. Precautions for Programming This section describes precautions to create CC-Link IE Field Network programs. Cyclic transmission program For a cyclic transmission program, configure an interlock with the following module labels. •...
  • Page 87 Program example Interlock example Classification Label name Description Device Module label RD77GF_1.stGF11.bSts_DataLinkError Data link error status of own station SB0049 RD77GF_1.stGF11.bnSts_DataLinkError_Station[1] Data link status of each station (station No.1) SW00B0.0 RD77GF_1.stGF11.bnSts_DataLinkError_Station[2] Data link status of each station (station No.2) SW00B0.1 (6) Communication program with station No.1 (22) Communication program with station No.2 3 PROGRAMMING...
  • Page 88 Transient transmission program For a transient transmission program, configure an interlock with the following module labels. • "Baton pass status of own station" (SB0047) • "Baton pass status of each station" (SW00A0 to SW00A7) Program example Interlock example Classification Label name Description Device Module label...
  • Page 89: Communication Example Of Safety Communication Function

    Communication Example of Safety Communication Function This section describes the communication example of the system using the Safety CPU. System configuration example The following system configuration is used to explain communications using the Safety CPU. System configuration • Power supply module: R61P •...
  • Page 90: Setting In The Master Station And Remote Device Station

    Setting in the master station and remote device station Connect the engineering tool to the Safety CPU of the master station and set parameters. Setting Master station (station No.0) Local station (station No.1) Remote device station (station No.2) Set the Safety CPU as follows. [Project] ...
  • Page 91 In the following window, enter a file name, and click the [Save] button. Click the [OK] button to add a module label of the Safety CPU. Add the safety program in the following item. Navigation window  "Program"  "Fixed Scan"  Right-click  [Add New Data] 3 PROGRAMMING 3.2 Communication Example of Safety Communication Function...
  • Page 92 Add the safety global label in the following item. Navigation window  "Label"  "Global Label"  Right-click  [Add New Data] In the I/O assignment setting, set the safety function module for slot No.0. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "System Parameter"  [I/O Assignment] tab  "I/O Assignment Setting" Set the Simple Motion module for slot No.1.
  • Page 93 Click the [OK] button to add the module labels of the safety function module. Click the [OK] button to add the module labels of the Simple Motion module. Set the items in "Required Settings" as follows. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "Module Information"  "RD77GF16"  "Module Parameter (Network)"  "Required Settings"...
  • Page 94 Set the network configuration as follows. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "Module Information"  "RD77GF16"  "Module Parameter (Network)"  "Basic Settings"  "Network Configuration Settings" • RX/RY and RWw/RWr setting of the local station is for standard communications. • RX/RY setting of the remote device station is used as a remote control and monitor input signal in standard communications.
  • Page 95 Set the parameters of the remote device station in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window as shown below and write the parameters. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "Module Information"  "RD77GF16"  "Module Parameter (Network)"  "Basic Settings"  "Network Configuration Settings"  Select the NZ2GFSS2-32D in the list of stations.  [CC IE Field Configuration] ...
  • Page 96 Write the set parameters to the Safety CPU on the master station. [Online]  [Write to PLC] Visually check if the safety communication setting is correctly written after writing parameters. For how to check the parameters, refer to the following. GX Works3 Operating Manual Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station"...
  • Page 97: Setting In The Local Station

    Setting in the local station Connect the engineering tool to the Safety CPU of the local station and set parameters. Setting Master station (station No.0) Local station (station No.1) Remote device station (station No.2) Set the Safety CPU and add the module label. Also, add the safety program and safety global label. The setting method is the same as that of the master station.
  • Page 98 Set the safety communication setting as follows. Navigation window  "Parameter"  "Module Information"  "RJ71GF11-T2"  "Application Settings"  "Safety Communication Setting"  "Safety Communication Setting" Log on to the programmable controller. [Online]  [User Authentication]  [Log on to PLC] •...
  • Page 99: Checking The Network Status

    Checking the network status After starting up the system, check whether data link can be normally performed using the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics in the engineering tool. Connect the engineering tool to the Safety CPU on the master station. Start the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics.
  • Page 100: Program Examples

    Program examples The following shows a program example of each station when the safety program and safety global device are used. Program example • Master station (station No.0) Classification Device Description Safety special register SA\SD1008.0 Safety refresh communication status of each safety connection (1st module) (safety connection No.1) SA\SD1008.1 Safety refresh communication status of each safety connection (1st module) (safety connection...
  • Page 101 • Local station (station No.1) Classification Device Description Safety special register SA\SD1008.0 Safety refresh communication status of each safety connection (1st module) (safety connection No.1) SA\SD1232.0 Interlock status of each safety connection (1st module) (safety connection No.1) SA\SD1240.0 Interlock release request for each safety connection (1st module) (safety connection No.1) Label to be defined Define safety global labels as shown below: (0) Processing to release the safety station interlock status in safety communications with station No.0 (master station)
  • Page 102: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes troubleshooting of CC-Link IE Field Network. Checking with LED This section describes troubleshooting using LED. Error status can be determined by status of the RUN LED and the ERR LED. RUN LED ERR LED Error status Description On, flashing Major error...
  • Page 103 When the D LINK LED turns off or is flashing When the D LINK LED turns off or is flashing, check the following. Check item Action Is the master station operating normally? • If an error has occurred in the CPU module on the master station, eliminate the cause of the CPU module error.
  • Page 104 When the L ER LED turns on When the L ER LED turns on, check the following. Check item Action Are the Ethernet cables used normally? • Check if the Ethernet cable which conforms the standard is used. (MELSEC iQ-R Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Startup)) •...
  • Page 105: Checking The Module Status

    Checking the Module Status The following items can be checked in the "Module Diagnostics" window for the Simple Motion module. Item Description Error Information Displays the details of the errors currently occurring. Click the [Event History] button to check the history of errors that have occurred on the network, errors detected for each module, and operations that have been executed.
  • Page 106 Module Information List Switch to the [Module Information List] tab to check various status information of the Simple Motion module. Item Description LED information Displays the LED status of the Simple Motion module. Individual information Station Type Displays the station type set for the selected module. Network No.
  • Page 107: Checking The Network Status

    Checking the Network Status Perform the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics to check the network status and error details or to perform an operation test for troubleshooting. Diagnostic items The following table lists items that can be diagnosed by the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. Some items are not supported depending on the slave station.
  • Page 108 ■When a setting other than "No Specification" is specified in "Other Station Setting" on the "Specify Connection Destination Connection" window : Diagnosed, : Not diagnosed Item The engineering tool is Restrictions Reference connected to: Master station   Page 110 Diagnostics Network map and error status window ...
  • Page 109 Starting diagnostics This section describes how to use the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. ■When "No Specification" is specified in "Other Station Setting" on the "Specify Connection Destination Connection" window Connect the engineering tool to the CPU module. If a slave station cannot be monitored due to an error such as cable disconnection, directly connect the supported engineering tool to the slave station.
  • Page 110 When the station to be diagnosed cannot be selected, the status of network No. disparity, master station duplication, or station No. duplication cannot be checked using the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. Check the error details by directly connecting the supported engineering tool to the slave station where an error occurs, and opening the "System Monitor"...
  • Page 111 Select the master/local module of the network No. to be diagnosed and click the [OK] button to start the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. • Although the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics of the network to which the relay sending station belongs can be started, that of the network to which the relay receiving station belongs cannot be started.
  • Page 112 Diagnostics window Network map Disconnected station monitor area Item Description Select Module Displays the Simple Motion module being diagnosed. Diagnostics [Change Module] button Allows to change the target module when multiple Simple Motion modules are mounted. Destination However, when multiple Simple Motion modules of the same network No. are mounted on the same base unit, the module with the smallest start I/O No.
  • Page 113 Item Description Network Status Total Slave Stations Displays the total number of slave stations set in "Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings". (Parameter) Total Slave Stations Displays the total number of slave stations actually performing baton pass on CC-Link IE Field Network. (Connected) Current Link Scan Time Displays the link scan time of the displayed network.
  • Page 114 Network map ■Icon The module type and station No. are displayed with an icon. • Click: Selection • Right-click: Test or debug execution. •  keys on the keyboard: Move the focus to the module to be diagnosed, and determine it with the ...
  • Page 115 ■Network map A network map is displayed according to the connection status. System configuration Display of the network map Star topology Master station Engineering tool Switching hub (station No.0) (Simple Motion module) Intelligent device station Intelligent device station Intelligent device station (station No.3) (station No.4) (station No.5)
  • Page 116 Selected Station Communication Status Monitor Displays status of the station selected in "Network Status". ■When a station where an error has occurred is selected Description Indicates the operating status. • Station No._: Normal operation • Station No._ Error (yellow): Error (Data link is continued.) •...
  • Page 117 ■When a station with no network No. nor station No. setting is selected Description Sets a station No. for a slave station to which a station No. has not been set. This button is displayed only when a slave station meeting all the following conditions has been selected in "Network Status". •...
  • Page 118 ■When the module that is not supported is connected When the module that is not supported such as servo amplifier is connected, the status of the station is not displayed. Cable Test Cable test checks if the Ethernet cables are properly connected. Only the Ethernet cable connected to the P2 of the target station is tested.
  • Page 119 Link Start/Stop This function stops the cyclic transmission during debugging and other operations. (Data reception from a slave station and data sending from the own station are stopped.) Also, the stopped cyclic transmission is restarted. This function does not stop or restart transient transmission. This function can stop and restart the cyclic transmission of an asynchronous communication device.
  • Page 120 ■Procedure The execution status of cyclic transmission can be checked in "Link Status". Click the [Link Start/Stop] button in the "CC-Link IE Field Diagnostics" window. Or right-click a module icon in "Network Status" and click [Link Start/Stop]. "Link Start/Stop" window is displayed. Select a station for starting or stopping cyclic transmission in "Selected Status".
  • Page 121 Reserved Station Function Enable This function temporarily cancels a reservation for a slave station. Use this function to cancel the reservation of a slave station it is connected to the network. Or use to set it as a reserved station again. This function can temporarily cancel a reserved station of an asynchronous communication device.
  • Page 122 ■Selecting the target module in the "Reserved Station Function Enable" window Reservation of multiple slave stations can be temporarily canceled through the "Reserved Station Function Enable" window all at once. To temporarily cancel a reservation, follow the steps below. Connect a slave station specified as a reserved station to the network.
  • Page 123 ■Parameter setting "Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings" does not reflect the temporary cancellation of reserved station specification. ■When the master station is reset or the system is powered off The disabled reserved station setting is ignored, and the slave station returns to the status set in "Network Configuration Settings"...
  • Page 124 ■Selecting the target module in the "Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors" window Temporary error invalid station setting can be configured to multiple slave stations through the "Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors" window all at once. To set a temporary error invalid station, follow the steps below. Click the [Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors] button in the "CC-Link IE Field Diagnostics"...
  • Page 125 ■Stations which cannot be set as a temporary error invalid station The temporary error invalid station setting is not available for the following station. • A slave station for which the reserved station setting is temporarily canceled ■Setting a temporary error invalid station in line topology In the following case, even if a data link error occurs in the station set as an error invalid station, the station is not detected as a data link faulty station.
  • Page 126 Remote Operation This function executes remote operations (such as RUN, STOP, and RESET operations) to the station selected on the "CC- Link IE Field Diagnostics" window, from the engineering tool. The displayed window varies depending on the station selected. For the operations with a module other than a Simple Motion module selected, refer to the manual for the module used.
  • Page 127: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    Troubleshooting by Symptom This section describes troubleshooting method by symptom. Perform these troubleshooting if data link cannot be performed even though no error is detected in the Simple Motion module. If an error has occurred in the Simple Motion module, identify the error cause using the engineering tool.
  • Page 128 When a station is disconnected from the network The following is the action to be taken when a station in data link is disconnected. Check item Action Is the ambient temperature for the module within the specified range? Keep the ambient temperature within the specified range by taking action such as removing heat source.
  • Page 129 When IP communications cannot be performed using the IP packet transfer function Before troubleshooting the problem as listed below, perform the IP communication test and take actions according to the error code. (Page 47 IP communication test) If the problem cannot be solved using the IP communication test, take actions listed below. Check item Action Is the IP address of the connected Ethernet device correct?
  • Page 130 Check item Action When the Ethernet device has two or more Ethernet ports, have • Set the same IP address in the default gateway of each Ethernet port. different default gateway settings been configured for each Ethernet • Set the communication route on the Ethernet device side using the route command so port? that communications using the IP packet transfer function can be transmitted to the Ethernet device through the module connected to the Ethernet device.
  • Page 131 Safety communications cannot be performed The following lists the actions to be taken if safety communications cannot be performed. Check item Action Is a slave station (safety station) specified as a reserved station in "Network Cancel the setting of the reserved station (safety station). (Page 67 Configuration Settings"...
  • Page 132: List Of Parameter Nos

    List of Parameter Nos. This section lists the parameter Nos. displayed in the module diagnostics. Item Parameter No. System Inter-module Synchronous Select Inter-module Synchronization Target Module 0101H Parameter Setting Synchronous Fixed Scan Interval Setting within the Modules 0101H Required Settings 7100H Basic Settings Network Configuration...
  • Page 133: Event List

    Event List This section lists the events which occur in CC-Link IE Field Network. System and operation are included in the event types. System Event code Overview Cause 00100 Link-up Link-up has occurred when the network cable connected to the external device was connected.
  • Page 134 Event code Overview Cause 00C11 <<Another station>> Data link stop (cyclic Data link of another station was stopped. transmission stopped) 00C20 <<Another station>> Parameter error occurrence An parameter error has occurred in another station. 00C21 <<Another station>> Error occurrence An error has occurred in another station. 00C22 Station already in use Master station/submaster station duplication, or station No.
  • Page 135: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 Module Label The I/O signals, buffer memory, link special relay (SB), and link special register (SW) of the Simple Motion module can be set using module label. Structure of the module label The module label name is defined with the following structure. "Instance name"_"Module No."."Label name"...
  • Page 136: Appendix 2 Buffer Memory

    Appendix 2 Buffer Memory The buffer memory is used to exchange data between the Simple Motion module and the CPU module. Following buffer memory values are defaulted when the CPU module is reset or the system is powered off. For the list of buffer memory addresses, refer to the following. MELSEC iQ-R Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Application) List of buffer memory addresses Name...
  • Page 137 Name Initial Address Address Read, write value (decimal) (hexadecimal) RWr offset/size information Station No.1 RWr offset 120224 1D5A0H Read Station No.1 RWr size 120225 1D5A1H    Station No.120 RWr offset 120462 1D68EH Station No.120 RWr size 120463 1D68FH Station No.0 RWr offset 120464 1D690H...
  • Page 138 • Do not write data to "System area". Doing so may cause malfunction of the programmable controller system. • If the value in an area of one word becomes equal to or higher than 65536, the count stops at 65535 (FFFFH).
  • Page 139: Details Of Buffer Memory Addresses

    Details of buffer memory addresses Link device area The RX, RY, RWw, and RWr values are stored. ■Remote input (RX) (Un\G100000 to Un\G101023) The RX value is stored. The RX start No. and number of points for each station No. can be checked by the RX offset/size information (Un\G119456 to Un\G119695).
  • Page 140 ■Link special relay (SB) (Un\G118432 to Un\G118463) The SB value is stored. Address Un\G118432  Un\G118463 SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F SB1F Each bit corresponds to 1 bit of SB. ■Link special register (SW) (Un\G118464 to Un\G118975) The SW value is stored.
  • Page 141 RX offset/size information ■RX offset/size information (Un\G119456 to Un\G119697) The start No. and the number of points of RX for each station are stored. Address Description Un\G119456 Station No.1 offset Un\G119457 Station No.1 size (in units of words) Un\G119458 Station No.2 offset Un\G119459 Station No.2 size (in units of words) ...
  • Page 142 RWw offset/size information ■RWw offset/size information (Un\G119968 to Un\G120209) The start No. and the number of points of RWw for each station are stored. Address Description Un\G119968 Station No.1 offset Un\G119969 Station No.1 size (in units of words) Un\G119970 Station No.2 offset Un\G119971 Station No.2 size (in units of words) ...
  • Page 143 Own station information The information of the own station on the network is stored. ■Own station (network card) information (Un\G120512 to Un\G120515) Address Name Description Un\G120512 Manufacturer code The Simple Motion module information of the own station is stored. Un\G120513 Model type Un\G120514 Model code...
  • Page 144 Communication path determination status ■Communication path determination status (Un\G124480 to Un\G124495) The determination information on the communication path for each network No. of the destination station is stored. • 0: Route undetermined • 1: Route determined Address Un\G124480  Un\G124494 Empty Un\G124495 Empty...
  • Page 145: Appendix 3 List Of Link Special Relay (Sb)

    Appendix 3 List of Link Special Relay (SB) The link special relay (SB) is turned on/off depending on various factors during data link. Any error status of the data link can be checked by using or monitoring it in the program. Application of link special relay (SB) By using link special relay (SB), the status of CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked from HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) as well as the engineering tool.
  • Page 146 Name Description SB0010 Temporary error invalid station Sets the station specified in "Reserved station function disable/temporary error invalid station setting" setting request (SW0010 to SW0017) as a temporary error invalid station. Off: No request On: Request issued (When this relay is turned off, the error definition stored in "Temporary error invalid station setting result" (SW0054) is cleared.) SB0011 Temporary error invalid station...
  • Page 147 Name Description SB0037 RECV execution request flag CH8 Stores the data reception status of own station channel 8. Off: No data received On: Data received (Conditions) • This relay is enabled when "Baton pass status of own station" (SB0047) is off. •...
  • Page 148 Name Description SB0053 Link stop completion status of own Stores the link stop processing status requested with "Link stop of own station" (SB0001). station Off: Not completed (SB0001, SB0052 are off.) On: Completed (SB0001, SB0052 are on.) (Conditions) • This relay is enabled when "Baton pass status of own station" (SB0047) is off. •...
  • Page 149 Name Description SB006D PORT2 current error frame Stores if a receive frame error line status caution level is currently occurring in the P2 side of the own station. reception status of own station (1) Off: A receive frame error line status caution level is not occurring. On: A receive frame error line status caution level is occurring.
  • Page 150 Name Description SB00A1 Baton pass error status of master Stores the baton pass status of the master station (master operating station). station Off: Normal On: Error (Conditions) • This relay is enabled when "Baton pass status of own station" (SB0047) is off. •...
  • Page 151 Name Description SB00E8 Station type match status of each Stores the station type match status of each station. station Off: Station type match in all stations On: Station type mismatch exists When this relay is turned on, the status of each station can be checked with "Station type match status" (SW00E8 to SW00EF).
  • Page 152 Name Description SB0111 CPU minor error status of master Stores the minor error occurrence status of the CPU module on the master station (master operating station station). Off: No minor errors, or a moderate/major error being occurred On: Minor error (Conditions) •...
  • Page 153 Name Description SB0170 Parameter error status of each Stores the parameter error status of each station. station Off: All stations normal On: Faulty station exists When this relay is turned on, the status of each station can be checked with "Parameter error status of each station"...
  • Page 154: Appendix 4 List Of Link Special Register (Sw)

    Appendix 4 List of Link Special Register (SW) The link special register (SW) stores the information during data link as a numerical value. Error locations and causes can be checked by using or monitoring the link special register (SW) in programs. Application of link special register (SW) By using link special register (SW), the status of CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked from HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) as well as the engineering tool.
  • Page 155 Name Description SW000B RIRD/RIWT instruction Specify the number of times the instruction is to be resent when it is not completed within the monitoring time specified resend count in "RIRD/RIWT instruction arrival monitoring time" (SW0009). 0: Not resent (default) 1 to 7: 1 to 7 times If a value other than the above is specified, 7 times will be applied.
  • Page 156 Name Description SW0047 Baton pass status of Stores the baton pass status (transient transmission availability) of the own station. own station 0: Data link in progress 2: Baton pass in progress 3: Baton pass being terminated 4: Test in progress 5: Offline SW0048 Cause of baton pass...
  • Page 157 Name Description SW0052 System link startup Stores the results when data link is started by "System link startup" (SB0002). result 0: Normal 1 or greater: Error definition in own station (Error code is stored.) When "System link startup" (SB0002) is turned off, the stored error definition is cleared. (Conditions) •...
  • Page 158 Name Description SW0064 Connection status of Stores the connection status of the own station. own station 00H: Normal (communication in progress on P2) 01H: Normal (cable disconnected on P2) 04H: Normal (cable disconnected on P2) 10H: Normal (cable disconnected on P1, communication in progress on P2) 11H: Disconnecting (cable disconnected on P1 and P2) 12H: Disconnecting (cable disconnected on P1, establishing line on P2) 21H: Disconnecting (cable disconnected on P2)
  • Page 159 Name Description SW00A0 Baton pass status of Stores the baton pass status of each station. each station 0: Baton pass normal station SW00A7 1: Baton pass faulty station • If multiple stations change from faulty to normal, because they are reconnected to the network one by one per link scan, the time until the status changes to "0: Baton pass normal station"...
  • Page 160 Name Description SW00C0 Reserved station setting Stores the reserved station setting status of each station. status 0: Station other than a reserved station (included reserved stations that have been temporarily canceled) SW00C7 1: Reserved station b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00C0 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 SW00C1...
  • Page 161 Name Description SW00E0 Temporary error invalid Stores the temporary error invalid station setting status of each station. station setting status 0: Station other than a temporary error invalid station SW00E7 1: Temporary error invalid station b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00E0 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 SW00E1...
  • Page 162 Name Description SW00F8 Network No. match Stores the match status between the network No. of the master station and that of the slave station. status 0: Network No. match SW00FF 1: Network No. mismatch b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00F8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 SW00F9...
  • Page 163 Name Description SW0110 CPU minor error status Stores the minor error or continuation error occurrence status of each station. of each station When the target station is the master/local module, the occurrence status on the control CPU is stored. SW0117 0: Normal operation, or a moderate or serious error (stop error) occurring 1: Minor error (continuation error) occurring b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0...
  • Page 164 Name Description SW0138 PORT2 current error Stores the station No. where a receive frame error line status warning level is currently occurring in the P2 side of each frame reception status of station. SW013F each station (2) 0: A receive frame error line status warning level is not occurring. 1: A receive frame error line status warning level is occurring.
  • Page 165 Name Description SW0158 PORT2 error frame Stores the station No. where a receive frame error line status warning level has occurred in the P2 side of each station reception detection from power-on until the present. SW015F status (2) 0: A receive frame error line status warning level has not yet occurred. 1: A receive frame error line status warning level has occurred.
  • Page 166 Name Description SW0198 Link dedicated Stores the processing results of the link dedicated instruction that used channel 3 of the own station. instructions processing 0: Completed normally result CH3 1 or greater: Completed with an error (Error code is stored.) SW0199 Link dedicated Stores the processing results of the link dedicated instruction that used channel 4 of the own station.
  • Page 167 Name Description SW01E9 Inter-module Stores the cumulative count that a link scan could not complete an Inter-module synchronization cycle. synchronization cycle The stored count is cleared by turning off and on the power supply or resetting the CPU module. over count •...
  • Page 168: Appendix 5 Dedicated Instruction

    Appendix 5 Dedicated Instruction This section describes dedicated instructions that can be used in the Simple Motion modules. For details on dedicated instructions, refer to the following. MELSEC iQ-R Programming Manual (CPU Module Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks) Link dedicated instructions The following table lists the instructions used for transient transmission to or from programmable controllers on other stations.
  • Page 169: Precautions For Dedicated Instructions

    Precautions for dedicated instructions This section describes precautions when using dedicated instructions. Precautions for dedicated instructions (common) ■When changing data specified by dedicated instructions Do not change any data (such as control data) until execution of the dedicated instruction is completed. ■When the dedicated instruction is not completed Check whether the mode of the Simple Motion module is online.
  • Page 170: Appendix 6 Processing Time

    Appendix 6 Processing Time The processing time of CC-Link IE Field Network consists of the time components below. Sequence scan time + Link scan time + Slave station processing time = Transmission delay time Master Slave station module station (Simple Motion module) Device Link device...
  • Page 171: Link Scan Time

    Link scan time The following is the formula to calculate the link scan time. (When "Link Scan Mode" under "Supplementary Cyclic Settings" in "Application Settings" is "Sequence Scan Asynchronous") LS = {Np + (Ns  Ka) + (Nt  Kb) + Kc + Kd}  1000 + p [ms] Item Communication mode Normal...
  • Page 172: Cyclic Transmission Delay Time

    Cyclic transmission delay time The following are the formulas to calculate cyclic transmission delay time. Between the master station and an intelligent device station/remote device station ■Master station (RX, RWr)  Intelligent device station/remote device station (input) The following time is shown: •...
  • Page 173 Master station and local stations ■Master station (RX)  Local station (RY) Shows the time after the local station CPU module device is turned on or off until the master station CPU module device is turned on or off. (m = 1) Calculation Station-based block data assurance No station-based block data assurance...
  • Page 174 ■Master station (RWr)  Local station (RWw) Shows the time after data is set in the local station CPU module device until the data is stored in the master station CPU module device. (m = 1) Calculation Station-based block data assurance No station-based block data assurance value (SM ...
  • Page 175: Interlink Transmission Time

    Interlink transmission time The following is the formula to calculate the time required for interlink transmission. Interlink transmission does not affect the sequence scan time. Refer to the following for the case that the transfer source module is a master/local module. MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application) Interlink transmission time to completely transmit all set points ...
  • Page 176: Transmission Delay Time Of Safety Communications

    Transmission delay time of safety communications The following are the formulas to calculate transmission delay time of safety communications. Transmission delay time ■Master station (safety station) or local station (safety station)  Local station (safety station) The following table lists the time between a safety device of the Safety CPU on the sending station turning on or off and that on the receiving station turning on or off.
  • Page 177 Transmission interval monitoring time The value of transmission interval monitoring time set in the Simple Motion module must satisfy all of the following conditions. Communication destination Condition • TM  SCown  3 Master station (safety station) or local station •...
  • Page 178 Safety refresh monitoring time Set safety refresh monitoring time at the Active side station. Set a value that satisfies all of the following conditions. Condition • RM  TMact + (TMpas  2) + (LS  2) - a • RM  (TMact  2) + TMpas + (LS  2) - c •...
  • Page 179: Appendix 7 Differences In Cyclic Transmission Modes

    Appendix 7 Differences in Cyclic Transmission Modes This section describes the differences in "Communication Mode" for the Simple Motion module. Refer to the information of each mode to select "Communication Mode". Differences in performance specifications Item Normal High-speed Maximum number of RWw send points per master 1024 points, 2048 bytes 256 points, 512 bytes operating station...
  • Page 180: Index

    INDEX ......111 0 to 9 Network Status ....26 32-bit data assurance .
  • Page 181 MEMO...
  • Page 182: Revisions

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  • Page 184: Trademarks

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