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Melsec iq-r series channel isolated analog-digital converter module
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MELSEC iQ-R Channel Isolated
Analog-Digital Converter Module
User's Manual (Application)
-R60AD8-G
-R60AD16-G

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  • Page 1 MELSEC iQ-R Channel Isolated Analog-Digital Converter Module User's Manual (Application) -R60AD8-G -R60AD16-G...
  • 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 of the programmable controller system, refer to the 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 [Precautions for using the channel isolated analog-digital converter modules in SIL2 mode] ● When the R60AD8-G detects a fault in the external power supply or programmable controller, a digital operation value becomes an OFF value (equivalent to 0V/0mA) in all channels. Configure an external circuit to ensure that the power source of a hazard is shut off when a digital operation value of the R60AD8-G is an OFF value (equivalent to 0V/0mA).
  • Page 6 [Installation Precautions] WARNING ● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before mounting or removing the module. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction. [Installation Precautions] CAUTION ●...
  • 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 applicable solderless terminals and tighten them within the specified torque range. If any spade solderless terminal is used, it may be disconnected when the terminal screw comes loose, resulting in failure.
  • Page 8 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] WARNING ● Do not touch any terminal while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction. ● Correctly connect the battery connector. Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire. Also, do not expose it to liquid or strong shock. Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, ignite, or leak, resulting in injury and fire.
  • 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 [Operating Precautions] CAUTION ● When changing data and operating status, and modifying program of the running programmable controller from an external device such as a personal computer connected to an intelligent function module, read relevant manuals carefully and ensure the safety before operation. Incorrect change or modification may cause system malfunction, damage to the machines, or accidents.
  • 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

    To operate the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode, it is necessary to enable the safety module so that the set parameters become enabled. To stop the safety I/O of the R60AD8-G operating in SIL2 mode, or to use that module in standard mode in the other system, disabling the safety module is required.
  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 14 CHAPTER 3 TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting with the LEDs ............101 Checking the State of the Module .
  • Page 15 When the R60AD8-G does not start up........
  • Page 16 When the safety device does not fall within the range of accuracy ........312 When the module shuts down .
  • Page 17: Relevant Manuals

    Instructions) modules [SH-081976ENG] 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. • Other manuals can be accessed from the links in the manual.
  • Page 18 MEMO...
  • Page 19: Part 1 Standard Mode

    PART 1 STANDARD MODE This part consists of the following chapters. These chapters describe the details on using the A/D converter module in standard mode. 1 FUNCTIONS 2 PARAMETER SETTINGS 3 TROUBLESHOOTING APPENDICES (STANDARD MODE)
  • Page 20: Chapter 1 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the functions of the A/D converter module and the setting procedures for those functions. For details on the I/O signals and the buffer memory, refer to the following. Page 115 I/O Signals Page 125 Buffer Memory Areas •...
  • Page 21: Processing Of Each Function

    Processing of Each Function The functions are processed in the order shown below. If multiple functions are enabled, the output of the first processed function is used as the input of the next function. Digital Input signal A/D conversion Analog input error detection output value method...
  • Page 22: Range Switching Function

    Range Switching Function This function allows switching the input range of an analog input for each channel. Switching the range makes it possible to change the I/O conversion characteristic. Operation Analog input values are converted to digital values within the set input range, and the converted values are stored in the following areas.
  • Page 23: A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function

    A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function This function controls whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion for each channel. Disabling the A/D conversion for unused channels reduces the A/D conversion cycles. Setting procedure Set "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" to "A/D conversion enable" or "A/D conversion disable". [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 24: A/D Conversion Method

    A/D Conversion Method An A/D conversion method can be set for each channel. Sampling processing This function converts analog input values to digital values at every sampling period and stores the digital output values in buffer memory areas. The sampling period is "Conversion speed (10ms)  number of conversion enabled channels". Whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion can be set for each channel.
  • Page 25 When the number of processing times is less than 4 due to the set time, a time average setting range error (error code: 192H) occurs. The value 0 is stored in the following buffer memory areas. • 'CH1 Digital output value' (Un\G400) •...
  • Page 26 Primary delay filter Depending on the set time constant, transient noise of analog input is smoothed. The smoothed digital output values are stored in the buffer memory area. Time constant is the time taken for the digital output value to reach 63.2% of the steady-state value. The following shows the relational expressions of time constants and digital output values.
  • Page 27 Setting procedure ■Sampling processing Set "Averaging process specification" to "Sampling processing". [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module name  [Module Parameter]  [Basic setting]  [A/D conversion method] ■Averaging processing and primary delay filter Set "Averaging process specification" to "Time average", "Count average", "Moving average", or "Primary delay filter". [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 28: Scaling Function

    Scaling Function This function performs the scale conversion on digital output values. The values are converted within a specified range between a scaling upper limit value and scaling lower limit value. This function helps reduce the time taken for creating a scale conversion program.
  • Page 29 Setting example When 20000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 4000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the module with the input range of 0 to 5V 32000 Scaling upper limit value 20000 Analog input voltage (V) Scaling lower limit value 4000 Voltage input (V) Digital output value...
  • Page 30 When 20000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 4000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the module with the input range of 1 to 5V (extended mode) 36000 32000 Scaling upper limit value: 20000 Scaling lower limit value: 4000 Analog input voltage (V) -8000...
  • Page 31 When 32000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and -32000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the module with the input range of 4 to 20mA (extended mode) 36000 32000 Scaling upper limit value: 32000 Scaling lower limit value: -32000 Analog input current (mA) -8000...
  • Page 32: Alert Output Function

    Alert Output Function This section describes process alarms and rate alarms used for the alert output function. Process alarm This function outputs an alert when a digital operation value enters the preset alert output range. Digital operation value Alert output range Out of alert output range Included Alert...
  • Page 33 Operation ■Operation performed when an alert is output When a digital operation value is equal to or greater than 'CH1 Process alarm upper upper limit value' (Un\G514), or the value is equal to or smaller than 'CH1 Process alarm lower lower limit value' (Un\G520) and the value enters the alarm output range, an alert is output as follows.
  • Page 34 Setting procedure Set "Alert output setting (Process alarm)" to "Enable". [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting]  [Alert output function (Process alarm)] Set values for "Process alarm upper upper limit value", "Process alarm upper lower limit value", "Process alarm lower upper limit value", and "Process alarm lower lower limit value".
  • Page 35: Rate Alarm

    Set values within the range satisfying the condition "Process alarm upper upper limit value  Process alarm upper lower limit value  Process alarm lower upper limit value  Process alarm lower lower limit value". If a value out of the range is set, a process alarm upper lower limit value setting range error (error code: 1BH) occurs.
  • Page 36 Operation ■Operation performed when an alert is output Digital output values are monitored on the rate alarm alert detection cycle. When a change rate of a digital output value (from a previous value) is equal to or more than the rate alarm upper limit value, or the rate is equal to or less than the rate alarm lower limit value, an alert is output as follows.
  • Page 37 Judgment of rate alarm A change rate is judged with 'CH1 Rate alarm upper limit value' (Un\G524) and 'CH1 Rate alarm lower limit value' (Un\G526) converted to digital values per rate alarm alert detection cycle. The following shows the conversion formula of judgment values used for the rate alarm detection. or R ×...
  • Page 38 Application examples of rate alarms A rate alarm serves to monitor that the variation rate of a digital output value lies in a limited range as shown below: To monitor that a rising rate of a digital output value is within the specified range Change rate of the digital output value (%) Rate alarm upper value +30%...
  • Page 39 To monitor that a drop rate of a digital output value is within the specified range Change rate of the digital output value (%) Rate alarm upper value Time -20% -30% Rate alarm lower value To monitor that a change rate of a digital output value is within the specified range Change rate of the digital output value (%) Rate alarm upper value +10%...
  • Page 40: Input Signal Error Detection Function

    Input Signal Error Detection Function This function outputs an alarm when an analog input value exceeds the preset range. Detection range Out of detection range Analog input value Included Input signal error detection upper limit value CH2 Analog input value CH1 Analog input value Normal...
  • Page 41 Detection method One of the following detection methods can be selected. Detection method Detection condition 0: Disable Input signal errors are not detected.  1: Upper and lower limit An input signal error is detected when the Analog input value detection analog input value is equal to or greater than the input signal error detection upper...
  • Page 42 ■Simple disconnection detection This function outputs an alarm when an analog input value is 0.5V or smaller or 2mA or smaller. By combining this function with the extended mode in the input range setting, simple disconnection detection is enabled. When an analog input value satisfies either of the following conditions, a disconnection occurs and 'Input signal error detection flag' (Un\G40) turns on.
  • Page 43 Clearing input signal errors One of the following methods for clearing input signal errors can be selected by setting Input signal error detection auto-clear enable/disable setting (Un\G302). ■When Input signal error detection auto-clear enable/disable setting is set to Enable (0) After the analog input value returns within the setting range, the A/D converter module arranges the following status automatically.
  • Page 44 The following figure shows the operation when an analog input value falls below 2.4mA and returns within the normal range under the following condition. • 'Input signal error detection auto-clear enable/disable setting' (Un\G302): Enable (0) • Input range: 4 to 20mA •...
  • Page 45 Setting the input signal error detection upper or lower limit value ■Input signal error detection upper limit value Set the input signal error detection upper limit value by 1 (0.1%) based on the input signal error detection upper limit set value. This value is calculated by adding "Analog input range width (Gain value - Offset value) ...
  • Page 46 Setting procedure Select a detection method in "Input signal error detection setting". [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting]  [Input signal error detection function] Set values for "Input signal error detection lower limit setting value" and "Input signal error detection upper limit setting value".
  • Page 47 The following figure shows the operation of the input signal error detection. Error detected 21.2mA Input signal error detection upper limit value 1.2mA (7.5% of 16mA) Gain value 20mA 16mA (Gain value - Offset value) Lower limit value of input 3.6mA range (offset value) (22.5% of 16mA)
  • Page 48: When The Function Is Used In The Q Compatible Mode

    When the function is used in the Q compatible mode When the input signal error detection function is used in the Q compatible mode, the operation is different from that in the R mode. The following describes only the items that have differences in operation. Detection condition An input signal error is detected when the analog input value is equal to or greater than the input signal error detection upper limit value, or when the analog input value is equal to or smaller than the input signal error detection lower limit value.
  • Page 49 Notification When an input signal error is detected, an error is notified as follows. • Input signal error (1) is stored in the corresponding bit of 'Input signal error detection flag' (Un\G49). • 'Input signal error detection signal' (XC) turns on. •...
  • Page 50 Operation On the channel where an error is detected, the last digital output value and digital operation value just before the error was detected are stored. Also, the corresponding bit of A/D conversion completed flag (Un\G10) turns off. When the analog input does not satisfy the condition of the input signal error detection, the A/D conversion resumes regardless of the reset on Input signal error detection flag (Un\G49) and Input signal error detection signal (XC).
  • Page 51 The following figure shows the operation when an analog input value falls below 2.4mA and returns within the normal range under the following condition. • Input signal error detection auto-clear enable/disable setting (Un\G162): Enable (0) • Input range: 4 to 20mA •...
  • Page 52 Setting example ■Setting example of the input signal error detection In the channel where the following values are set, an input error is detected when an analog input value exceeds 21.6mA or falls below 0.8mA. Item Setting value Mode Q compatible mode Input range 4 to 20mA Input signal error detection auto-clear enable/disable setting (Un\G162)
  • Page 53: Shift Function

    Shift Function This function adds (shifts) a set conversion value shift amount to a digital output value and stores the result in the buffer memory area. The digital operation value reflects the change in the conversion value shift amount on a realtime basis. Therefore, fine adjustment can be easily performed when the system starts.
  • Page 54 When the I/O characteristics is adjusted in a channel where the input range of -10 to 10V is set by the shift function (1) 'CH1 Digital output value' (Un\G400) (52000) 'CH1 Conversion value shift amount' (Un\G472) "+20000"  (2) 'CH1 Digital operation value' (Un\G402) 32767 32000 -12000...
  • Page 55 When the following values are used for the A/D converter module with the input range of 0 to 5V • 'CH1 Scaling enable/disable setting' (Un\G504): Enable (0) • 'CH1 Scaling upper limit value' (Un\G506): 12000 • 'CH1 Scaling lower limit value' (Un\G508): 2000 •...
  • Page 56: Digital Clipping Function

    Digital Clipping Function This function fixes the digital operation value with the maximum digital output value and the minimum digital output value when the corresponding current or voltage exceeds the input range. List of output ranges The following table lists the output ranges of the digital operation values when the digital clipping function is enabled with each range.
  • Page 57 Setting example When the following values are used for the A/D converter module with the input range of 0 to 5V • 'CH1 Scaling enable/disable setting' (Un\G504): Enable (0) • 'CH1 Scaling upper limit value' (Un\G506): 12000 • 'CH1 Scaling lower limit value' (Un\G508): 2000 •...
  • Page 58: Difference Conversion Function

    1.10 Difference Conversion Function This function subtracts a difference conversion reference value from a digital operation value and stores the acquired value in the buffer memory area. The digital operation value at the start of this function is treated as 0 (reference value). Thereafter, values that increased or decreased from the reference value are stored in the buffer memory.
  • Page 59 ■Operations of when an input signal error occurs When an input signal error occurs, even if 'CH1 Difference conversion trigger' (Un\G470) changes from No request (0) to Trigger request (1), the difference conversion does not start. After the input signal error returns to the normal value, change 'CH1 Difference conversion trigger' (Un\G470) from No request (0) to Trigger request (1) again.
  • Page 60 ■Operations of when 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9) is turned on and off • During the difference conversion, even when 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9) is turned on and off, the difference conversion continues without updating the difference conversion reference value. To updating the difference conversion reference value, restart the difference conversion by changing CH1 Difference conversion trigger (Un\G470) from Trigger request (1) to No request (0), and Trigger request (1) again.
  • Page 61 ■Operations of CH1 Maximum value (Un\G404) and CH1 Minimum value (Un\G406) When the difference conversion starts, the maximum value and the minimum value of the values acquired by the difference conversion are stored in 'CH1 Maximum value' (Un\G404) and 'CH1 Minimum value' (Un\G406). By turning on 'Maximum value/minimum value reset request' (YD), the maximum value and the minimum value after the start of the difference conversion can be checked.
  • Page 62: Maximum Value/Minimum Value Hold Function

    1.11 Maximum Value/Minimum Value Hold Function This function stores the maximum and minimum values of digital operation values in the buffer memory area for each channel. Time average and count average are processed on the averaging process cycle. The values of the sampling processing, moving average, and primary delay filter are updated on the sampling cycle.
  • Page 63: Logging Function

    1.12 Logging Function This function logs (records) digital output values or digital operation values. Data of 1000 points can be logged for each channel. Logging data are stored in the buffer memory area. In addition, the data collection can be stopped by using the status change of the data as a trigger.
  • Page 64 CH16 Un\G25000 to Un\G25999 *1 When the R60AD8-G is used, data is stored in CH1 to CH8. If logging has been performed even once, all the logging data above are cleared to 0 at the timing when 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9) is turned off and on.
  • Page 65 Logging cycle ■Logging cycle setting Set the logging cycle with 'CH1 Logging cycle setting value' (Un\G537) and 'CH1 Logging cycle unit setting' (Un\G538). The following table lists the setting range for each cycle. Setting value of CH1 Logging cycle unit setting Setting range of CH1 Logging cycle setting value ms (1) 10 to 32767...
  • Page 66 ■Number of logging data With 'CH1 Number of logging data' (Un\G436), the number of valid data points in 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) can be checked. When the number of collected data points is less than 1000 When the number of collected data points is 1001 or greater Address 0 Address 0 Valid data...
  • Page 67 ■Checking logging data without stopping the logging operation Logging data can be checked during the logging operation with 'CH1 Head pointer' (Un\G434), 'CH1 Latest pointer' (Un\G435), and 'CH1 Number of logging data' (Un\G436). To check logging data during logging operation, follow the precautions below because logging data may be refreshed while data is being read out.
  • Page 68: Stopping The Logging Operation

    Stopping the logging operation Logging operation stops (holds) when the preset trigger condition is satisfied and the set points of the data are collected. A trigger that is generated when the condition is satisfied is called a hold trigger. To generate a hold trigger, the following two methods are available. Page 69 Logging hold request Page 70 Level trigger When a hold trigger is detected during data collection, the logging operation stops after the points of the data set in 'CH1 Post-...
  • Page 69 ■Checking the trigger generation time The trigger generation time can be checked with 'CH1 Trigger generation time' (Un\G444 to Un\G448). When 'CH1 Trigger generation time' (Un\G444 to Un\G448) is monitored b8 b7 First two digits of the year Last two digits of the year 'CH1 Trigger generation time (First/Last two digits of the year)' (Un\G444) Month 'CH1 Trigger generation time (Month/Day)' (Un\G445)
  • Page 70 ■Buffer memory area status when logging resumes The following table shows the buffer memory area status when logging resumes. Buffer memory area Value status 'CH1 Head pointer' (Un\G434) Values are initialized. 'CH1 Latest pointer' (Un\G435) 'CH1 Number of logging data' (Un\G436) 'CH1 Trigger pointer' (Un\G437) 'CH1 Trigger generation time' (Un\G444 to Un\G448) 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999)
  • Page 71: Logging Hold Request

    Logging hold request A hold trigger is generated from a program at any timing. Logging starts when ON (1) is set to 'CH1 Logging hold request' (Un\G471) and stops after a preset number of the data is collected. Controlled by the A/D converter module 'CH1 Logging hold request' OFF(0) ON(1)
  • Page 72: Level Trigger

    Level trigger When a value in the monitored buffer memory area of the A/D converter module satisfies a preset condition, a hold trigger is generated. A level trigger is monitored on the refreshing cycle of the digital output value or the digital operation value. Initial setting of a level trigger ■Setting a target to be monitored As a condition to generate a hold trigger, set the buffer memory address to be monitored to 'CH1 Trigger data' (Un\G541).
  • Page 73 ■Setting the monitoring condition Set a condition to generate a hold trigger in 'CH1 Level trigger condition setting' (Un\G540). Setting value Description Rise (1) A hold trigger is generated under the condition Stored value of a buffer memory area to be monitored (a).
  • Page 74 Operation of a level trigger To use a level trigger, set ON (1) to 'CH1 Logging hold request' (Un\G471) in advance. At the point where ON (1) has been set to 'CH1 Logging hold request' (Un\G471), the module becomes the trigger condition wait status. Data collection starts when the trigger condition has been satisfied, and stops when the set points of the data have been collected.
  • Page 75: Initial Settings Of The Logging Function

    Initial settings of the logging function The following describes the initial setting procedure to use the logging function. Setting procedure Set "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" to "A/D conversion enable". [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Basic setting] ...
  • Page 76: Logging Read Function

    Logging read function This function makes it possible to store more than 1000 points of logging data without stopping logging by transferring the device data to the file register of the CPU module during logging. This function reduces the takt time in a test demanding high- speed conversion.
  • Page 77 The values to be stored in each pointer at every detection interrupt when the logging read detection starts with 'CH1 Logging read points setting value' (Un\G545) being set to 100 Occurrence of Previous logging Current logging Latest pointer Relative address Buffer memory area read pointer read pointer...
  • Page 78 Setting procedure To use the logging read function, both the logging read function and the interrupt setting must be set. Set "Condition target setting" to "Logging read". [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Interrupt setting] Set "A/D conversion enable/disable setting"...
  • Page 79 • Program Example Enable only the interrupt pointer I50. Initialize 'CH1 Logging read points monitor value' (U0\G440) and the write position of the save destination file register. Set the maximum number of stored save destination file registers. Clear Interrupt factor mask [0]. 1 FUNCTIONS 1.12 Logging Function...
  • Page 80 (18) Store 'CH1 Current logging read pointer' (U0\G438) in the index register. Store 'CH1 Logging read points monitor value' (U0\G440) in the register. Store the write position of the save destination file register in the index register. Store 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) for the logging read points monitor value in the save destination file register. Add the points of the logging read points monitor value to the write position of the save destination file register and store the obtained value as the write position for the next logging.
  • Page 81: Saving To A Csv File

    Saving to a CSV file The logging data stored in the buffer memory areas can be saved to a CSV file by using function blocks (FBs). The save data is sorted in a time series, where the logging data can be easily checked. However, function blocks (FBs) can be executed only when the logging operation is stopped.
  • Page 82: Displaying Logging Data

    Displaying logging data The CSV file output with the logging function can be displayed graphically by reading the file through GX LogViewer. For how to display the logging data with GX LogViewer, refer to the following.  GX LogViewer Version 1 Operating Manual 1 FUNCTIONS 1.12 Logging Function...
  • Page 83: Interrupt Function

    1.13 Interrupt Function This function executes an interrupt program of the CPU module when an interrupt factor such as an input signal error or alert output is detected. For the A/D converter module, the maximum number of interrupt pointers available is 16 per module. Operation ■Detecting an interrupt factor When an interrupt factor occurs, an interrupt request is sent to the CPU module at the same time as 'Interrupt factor detection...
  • Page 84 • If 'Condition target setting [n]' (Un\G232 to Un\G247) is Disable (0), an interrupt request is not sent to the CPU module. • To reset the interrupt factor, set Reset request (1) until 'Interrupt factor detection flag [n]' (Un\G4 to Un\G19) changes to No interrupt factor (0).
  • Page 85 Setting example If the interrupt program (I51) is executed when an error occurs in any channel • Parameter setting Set "Interrupt setting" of [Module Parameter] as follows. Condition target setting Condition target channel Interrupt pointer setting Error flag All channels •...
  • Page 86: Error History Function

    1.14 Error History Function This function records errors and alarms that occurred in the A/D converter module to store them into the buffer memory area. Up to 16 errors and alarms are stored. Operation When an error occurs, the error code and the error time are stored from Error history 1 (Un\G3600 to Un\G3609) in order. When an alarm occurs, the alarm code and the alarm time are stored from Alarm history 1 (Un\G3760 to Un\G3769) in order.
  • Page 87 When the third error occurs: The third error is stored in Error history 3, and the value 3620 (start address of Error history 3) is stored to 'Latest address of error history' (Un\G1). 'Latest address of error history' (Un\G1): 3620 Un\G3600 Error history No.1 1st error...
  • Page 88 When the 17th error occurs: The 17th error is stored in Error history 1, and the value 3600 (start address of Error history 1) is stored to 'Latest address of error history' (Un\G1). 'Latest address of error history' (Un\G1): 3600 Un\G3600 Error history No.1 17th error...
  • Page 89: Event History Function

    1.15 Event History Function This function collects generated errors, alarms or executed operations in the A/D converter module as event information in the CPU module. The CPU module collects the event information caused in the A/D converter module and keeps them in the data memory inside of the CPU module or an SD memory card.
  • Page 90: Backing Up, Saving, And Restoring Offset/Gain Values

    1.16 Backing up, Saving, and Restoring Offset/Gain Values The A/D converter module makes it possible to back up, save, and restore the offset/gain values of the user range setting. • Back up: Creates a module-specific backup parameter and saves offset/gain values. •...
  • Page 91 Creating and updating a module-specific backup parameter A module-specific backup parameter is created or updated when the offset/gain values stored in the non-volatile memory of the A/D converter module are updated. Timing when backup data is created or updated Description When the offset/gain setting is completed with "Offset/gain setting"...
  • Page 92 Restrictions on the module-specific backup parameter Offset/gain values cannot be backed up or restored with a module-specific backup parameter in the following cases. • When the control CPU is not the process CPU • When the programmable controller is powered off and the A/D converter module is replaced with a new one •...
  • Page 93: When The Module-Specific Backup Parameter Is Not Used

    When the module-specific backup parameter is not used Back up or restore offset/gain values by one of the following methods. • Saving and restoring by dedicated instructions • Saving and restoring by reading from and writing to the buffer memory With the method above, offset/gain values can be restored to a new module, or the offset/gain values set in one module can be applied to the other modules in the same system.
  • Page 94 • To apply the offset/gain values set in one module to the other modules in the same system: When the offset/gain values in module No.1 are applied to modules No.2 to No.4 Save the offset/gain values in module No.1. Apply the offset/gain values to modules No.2 to No.4 Saving and restoring by dedicated instructions Use the dedicated instruction G(P).OGLOAD to temporarily save the offset/gain values of the source A/D converter module to the internal device of the CPU, then use G(P).OGSTOR to write the values to the destination A/D converter module.
  • Page 95 Saving and restoring by reading from and writing to the buffer memory Use Save data type setting, CH1 Factory default setting offset value (L) to CH16 User range setting gain value (H), and 'User range write request' (YA) to read the offset/gain values from the source A/D converter module. Use the buffer memory again to write the values to the destination A/D converter module.
  • Page 96 The following describes the buffer memory addresses of the factory default setting. R60AD8-G: CH1 Factory default setting offset value (L) (Un\G4004) to CH8 Factory default setting gain value (H) (Un\G4035) R60AD16-G: CH1 Factory default setting offset value (L) (Un\G4004) to CH16 Factory default setting gain value (H) (Un\G4067) •...
  • Page 97: Q Compatible Mode Function

    Therefore, when a MELSEC-Q series sequence program is diverted, a significant modification of the sequence program is not required. The following table shows a difference between the R60AD8-G and Q68AD-G. Device number R60AD8-G...
  • Page 98: Chapter 2 Parameter Settings

    PARAMETER SETTINGS Set the parameters of each channel. Setting parameters here eliminates the need to program them. Basic Setting Setting procedure Open "Basic setting" of the engineering tool. Start Module parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name [Module Parameter]  [Basic setting] Click the item to be changed to enter the setting value.
  • Page 99: Application Setting

    Application Setting Setting procedure Open "Application setting" of the engineering tool. Start Module parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting] Click the item to be changed to enter the setting value. •...
  • Page 100: Interrupt Setting

    Interrupt Setting Setting procedure Open "Interrupt setting" of the engineering tool. Start Module parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Interrupt setting] Click the interrupt setting number (No.1 to 16) to be changed to enter the setting value. •...
  • Page 101: Refresh Setting

    Refresh Setting Setting procedure Set the buffer memory area of the A/D converter module to be refreshed. This refresh setting eliminates the need for reading/writing data by programming. Start Module parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Module model name  [Module Parameter]  [Refresh settings] Click "Target", and set the auto refresh destination.
  • Page 102: Refresh Processing Time

    23.94s R60AD16-G Refresh read time 39.92s Refresh write time 38.10s R60AD8-G (Q compatible mode) Refresh read time 24.70s Refresh write time 12.34s When "Target" is "Device" Calculate the refresh read time and refresh write time according to the number of items and the number of their transfer data (in units of word) that are set to be refreshed.
  • Page 103: Chapter 3 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes errors that may occur in the use of the A/D converter module and those troubleshooting. Troubleshooting with the LEDs Check the state of the LEDs to narrow down the possible causes of the trouble. This step is the first diagnostics before using the engineering tool.
  • Page 104: Checking The State Of The Module

    Checking the State of the Module The following functions are available in the "Module Diagnostics" window of the A/D converter module. FUNCTIONS Application Error Information Displays the description of errors that have occurred. Clicking the [Event History] button displays the errors that have occurred on the network and the history of the errors detected and the operations executed on each module.
  • Page 105 Module Information List Switch to the "Module Information List" tab to display each status information of the A/D converter module. Item Description LED information Displays the LED status of the A/D converter module. Input signal error detection Displays the detection status for the input signal errors of the A/D converter module for each channel. 3 TROUBLESHOOTING 3.2 Checking the State of the Module...
  • Page 106: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    Troubleshooting by Symptom When the A/D converter module does not start up Check item Corrective action Check that five seconds have passed since the power supply module is After the power supply module is powered off, wait at least five seconds powered off.
  • Page 107: When The Alm Led Turns On Or Flashes

    When the ALM LED turns on or flashes When turning on Check item Corrective Action Check whether any alert has been issued. Check 'Alert output flag (process alarm upper limit)' (Un\G36), 'Alert output flag (process alarm lower limit)' (Un\G37), 'Alert output flag (rate alarm upper limit)' (Un\G38), and 'Alert output flag (rate alarm lower limit)' (Un\G39).
  • Page 108: When A Digital Output Value Cannot Be Read

    When a digital output value cannot be read Check item Corrective Action Check whether there is any problem with the wiring, such as looseness or Identify the faulty area of signal lines by a visual check and continuity check. disconnection of analog signal lines. Check whether the CPU module is in the STOP state.
  • Page 109: When The Digital Output Value Does Not Fall Within The Range Of Accuracy

    When the digital output value does not fall within the range of accuracy Check item Corrective Action Check whether any measures have been taken to reduce noise. To reduce noise, take measures such as the use of shielded cables for connection.
  • Page 110: List Of Error Codes

    A value other than 0 to 16 is set in Condition target Set Condition target channel setting [n] to 0 to 16 (for setting range error channel setting [n] (for the R60AD8-G, a value other the R60AD8-G, 0 to 8). than 0 to 8).
  • Page 111 Error code Error name Description and cause Corrective Action 1862H Model mismatch error at the The G(P).OGSTOR instruction has been executed Execute the G(P).OGLOAD and G(P).OGSTOR execution of OGSTOR on a module different from the one on which the instructions on the same module. As the other way, G(P).OGLOAD instruction was executed.
  • Page 112 Error code Error name Description and cause Corrective Action 1C0H Input signal error detection A value other than 0 to 4 is set in CH Input signal Set CH Input signal error detection setting value to setting range error error detection setting. 0 to 4.
  • Page 113 Error code Error name Description and cause Corrective Action 3001H Hardware failure (moderate) A hardware failure (moderate) has occurred in the Power off and on the module. module. If the error occurs again, the possible cause is a failure of the module. Please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 114: List Of Alarm Codes

    List of Alarm Codes If an alarm occurs during operation, the A/D converter module stores the alarm code into 'Latest alarm code' (Un\G2) of the buffer memory. Turning on 'Error clear request' (YF) clears the alarm code of 'Latest alarm code' (Un\G2). ...
  • Page 115: Appendices (Standard Mode)

    APPENDICES (STANDARD MODE) Appendix 1 Module Label The functions of the A/D converter module can be set by using module labels. Module labels of I/O signals The module label name of an I/O signal is defined with the following structure: "Module name"_"Module number".b"Label name"...
  • Page 116 However, the responsiveness is high. Precautions When using the R60AD8-G, do not use the module labels assigned to CH9 to CH16. Doing so may cause malfunction. APPX Appendix 1 Module Label...
  • Page 117: Appendix 2 I/O Signals

    Appendix 2 I/O Signals List of I/O signals The following table lists the I/O signals of the A/D converter module. For details on the I/O signals, refer to the following. Page 116 Details of input signals Page 123 Details of output signals •...
  • Page 118: Details Of Input Signals

    Details of input signals The following describes the details of the input signals for the A/D converter module which are assigned to the CPU module. The I/O numbers (X/Y) described in Appendix 2 are for the case when the start I/O number of the A/D converter module is set to 0.
  • Page 119 ■Rate alarm • 'Alert output signal' (X8) turns on when the change rate of the digital output values of the A/D conversion enabled channels exceed the ranges set for 'CH1 Rate alarm upper limit value' (Un\G524) to 'CH1 Rate alarm lower limit value' (Un\G526) after 'CH1 Alert output setting (rate alarm)' (Un\G513) is enabled.
  • Page 120 Operating condition setting completed flag ■Device number The following shows the device number of this input signal. Signal name CH1 to CH16 Operating condition setting completed flag When changing values of the buffer memory, use Operating condition setting completed flag (X9) as an interlock condition to turn on and off 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9).
  • Page 121 Offset/gain setting mode status flag ■Device number The following shows the device number of this input signal. Signal name CH1 to CH16 Offset/gain setting mode status flag ■In the offset/gain setting mode When registering the value, which has been adjusted with the offset/gain setting, use Offset/gain setting mode status flag (XA) as an interlock condition to turn on and off 'User range write request' (YA).
  • Page 122 Channel change completed flag When changing a channel to perform the offset/gain setting, use Channel change completed flag (XB) as an interlock condition to turn on and off 'Channel change request' (YB). When the offset/gain setting is configured from the offset/gain setting window of an engineering tool, the setting is performed properly on the window.
  • Page 123 Input signal error detection signal ■Device number The following shows the device number of this input signal. Signal name CH1 to CH16 Input signal error detection signal ■Turning on 'Input signal error detection signal' (XC) Input signal error detection signal (XC) turns on when an analog input value exceeds the range set with 'CH1 Input signal error detection setting value' (Un\G529) in any channel which has been A/D conversion-enabled, after the detection condition is set in 'CH1 Input signal error detection setting' (Un\G528).
  • Page 124 Maximum value/minimum value reset completed flag Maximum value/minimum value reset completed flag (XD) turns on after the maximum and minimum values stored in 'CH1 Maximum value' (Un\G404) and 'CH1 Minimum value' (Un\G406) are reset by turning on and off 'Maximum value/minimum value reset request' (YD).
  • Page 125: Details Of Output Signals

    Details of output signals The following describes the details of the output signals for the A/D converter module which are assigned to the CPU module. The I/O numbers (X/Y) described in Appendix 2 are for the case when the start I/O number of the A/D converter module is set to 0.
  • Page 126 Maximum value/minimum value reset request Turn on and off 'Maximum value/minimum value reset request' (YD) to clear the maximum and minimum values stored in 'CH1 Maximum value' (Un\G404) and 'CH1 Minimum value' (Un\G406). For the timing of turning the signal on and off, refer to the following. Page 122 Maximum value/minimum value reset completed flag ■Device number The following shows the device number of this output signal.
  • Page 127: Appendix 3 Buffer Memory Areas

    • Do not write data to the system areas and areas whose data types are monitor in the buffer memory. Writing data into these areas can cause the malfunction of the module. • When the R60AD8-G is used, the areas corresponding to CH9 to CH16 are used as system areas. In R mode ■Un\G0 to Un\G399...
  • Page 128 Address Address Name Default Data type Auto (decimal) (hexadecimal) value refresh Level data 2 Control   Level data 3 Control Level data 4 Control  Level data 5 Control  Level data 6 Control  Level data 7 Control ...
  • Page 129 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Maximum value Monitor  1004 1204 1404 1604 1804 (194H) (25CH) (324H) (3ECH) (4B4H) (57CH) (644H) (70CH) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2004 2204 2404 2604 2804 3004 3204 3404...
  • Page 130 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh System area    412 to 612 to 812 to 1012 to 1212 to 1412 to 1612 to 1812 to 1029 1229 1429 1629 1829 (19CH (264H (32CH (3F4H (4BCH (584H (64CH...
  • Page 131 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Trigger pointer Monitor  1037 1237 1437 1637 1837 (1B5H) (27DH) (345H) (40DH) (4D5H) (59DH) (665H) (72DH) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2037 2237 2437 2637 2837 3037 3237 3437...
  • Page 132 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Trigger generation time Monitor  (Hour/Minute) 1046 1246 1446 1646 1846 (1BEH) (286H) (34EH) (416H) (4DEH) (5A6H) (66EH) (736H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2046 2246 2446 2646 2846 3046...
  • Page 133 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh System area    473 to 673 to 873 to 1073 to 1273 to 1473 to 1673 to 1873 to 1099 1299 1499 1699 1899 (1D9H (2A1H (369H (431H (4F9H (5C1H (689H...
  • Page 134 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh System area    1107 1307 1507 1707 1907 (1FBH) (2C3H) (38BH) (453H) (51BH) (5E3H) (6ABH) (773H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2107 2307 2507 2707 2907 3107 3307 3507...
  • Page 135 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Process alarm upper lower Setting  limit value 1116 1316 1516 1716 1916 (204H) (2CCH) (394H) (45CH) (524H) (5ECH) (6B4H) (77CH) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2116 2316 2516 2716...
  • Page 136 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh System area    1125 1325 1525 1725 1925 (20DH) (2D5H) (39DH) (465H) (52DH) (5F5H) (6BDH) (785H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2125 2325 2525 2725 2925 3125 3325 3525...
  • Page 137 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Logging data setting Setting  1136 1336 1536 1736 1936 (218H) (2E0H) (3A8H) (470H) (538H) (600H) (6C8H) (790H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2136 2336 2536 2736 2936 3136 3336...
  • Page 138 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Logging read points setting Setting  value 1145 1345 1545 1745 1945 (221H) (2E9H) (3B1H) (479H) (541H) (609H) (6D1H) (799H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 2145 2345 2545 2745 2945...
  • Page 139 Address Address Name Default Data type Auto (decimal) (hexadecimal) value refresh 3666 to 3669 E52H to E55H System area     3670 to 3675 E56H to E5BH Error history 8 Same as error history 1 Monitor   ...
  • Page 140 ■Alarm history (Un\G3760 to Un\G3999) Address Address Name Default Data type Auto (decimal) (hexadecimal) value refresh  3760 EB0H Alarm history 1 Alarm code Monitor 3761 EB1H Alarm time First two Last two digits digits of the of the year year 3762 EB2H...
  • Page 141 ■Offset/gain setting (for the R60AD8-G) (Un\G4000 to Un\G4131) Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh    4000 to 4001 (FA0H to FA1H) System area  4002 (FA2H) Save data type setting 0000H User range setting ...
  • Page 142 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh CH Factory default setting User  gain value (L) range 4006 4010 4014 4018 4022 4026 4030 4034 setting (FA6H) (FAAH) (FAEH) (FB2H) (FB6H) (FBAH) (FBEH) (FC2H) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15...
  • Page 143 (104FH) (1050H) (1051H) (1052H) (1053H)    CH1 to CH16 System area 4180 to 4199 (1054H to 1067H) ■Un\G4200 to Un\G9999 (for the R60AD8-G) Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh 4200 (1068H) Command area for module Setting ...
  • Page 144 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh    9 (9H) System area 10 (AH) A/D conversion completed flag 0000H Monitor   CH Digital output value Monitor (BH) (CH) (DH) (EH) (FH) (10H) (11H) (12H) ...
  • Page 145 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh  CH Input signal error detection Setting (96H) (97H) (98H) (99H) (9AH) (9BH) (9CH) (9DH) upper limit set value 158, 159 (9EH, 9FH) Mode switching setting Setting    ...
  • Page 146 ■Un\G400 to Un\G4999 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh    400, 401 (190H, 191H) System area  402 (192H) 403 (193H) Range setting Setting    404 to 999 (194H to 3E7H) System area ...
  • Page 147 Address Name Default Data Auto Decimal (hexadecimal) value type refresh  1224 1225 1226 1227 1228 1229 1230 1231 CH Previous logging read Monitor (4C8H) (4C9H) (4CAH) (4CBH) (4CCH) (4CDH) (4CEH) (4CFH) pointer 1232 1233 1234 1235 1236 1237 1238 1239 CH...
  • Page 148: Details Of Buffer Memory Addresses

    Details of buffer memory addresses The following describes the details of the buffer memory addresses of the A/D converter module. This section describes buffer memory addresses for CH1. Latest error code The latest error code detected in the A/D converter module is stored. For details, refer to the following. Page 108 List of Error Codes ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 149 CH16 CH15 CH14 CH13 CH12 CH11 CH10 CH9 • 0: Normal, 1: Alarm ON • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 150 CH16 CH15 CH14 CH13 CH12 CH11 CH10 CH9 • 0: Normal, 1: Alarm ON • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 151 CH16 CH15 CH14 CH13 CH12 CH11 CH10 CH9 • 0: Normal, 1: Alarm ON • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 152 CH16 CH15 CH14 CH13 CH12 CH11 CH10 CH9 • 0: Normal, 1: Input signal error • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 153 CH16 CH15 CH14 CH13 CH12 CH11 CH10 CH9 • 0: During A/D conversion or not used, 1: A/D conversion completed • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 154 Interrupt factor mask [n] Set Interrupt factor mask to be used. Setting value Setting content Mask (Interrupt unused) Mask clear (Interrupt used) When 'Interrupt factor mask [n]' (Un\G124 to Un\G139) is changed to Mask clear (Interrupt used) (1) and an interrupt factor occurs, an interrupt request is sent to the CPU module.
  • Page 155 Interrupt factor generation setting [n] Set an interrupt request for when the same interrupt factor occurs during the interrupt factor detection. Setting value Setting content Interrupt resend request No interrupt resend request When 'Interrupt factor generation setting [n]' (Un\G200 to Un\G215) is Interrupt resend request (0) and the same interrupt factor occurs during the interrupt factor detection, an interrupt request is sent to the CPU module again.
  • Page 156 CH15 CH16 *1 When the R60AD8-G is used, only 0 to 8 can be set. When a factor for the channel specification is set to 'Condition target setting [n]' (Un\G232 to Un\G247), an interrupt factor in the channel set by this area is monitored. When a factor of the input signal (X) is set, the setting in this area is ignored.
  • Page 157 Mode switching setting Set a setting value for the mode to be switched. Switching mode Setting value Buffer memory address Normal mode 5260H 4144H Offset/gain setting mode 4144H 5260H ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Buffer memory name Mode switching setting 296, 297...
  • Page 158 CH1 Digital output value The A/D-converted digital output value is stored in 16-bit signed binary value. b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 (1) Data section (2) Sign bit 0: Positive, 1: Negative ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 159 CH1 Maximum value The maximum value of the digital operation value is stored in 16-bit signed binary value. In the following cases, 'CH1 Maximum value' (Un\G404) is updated with the current value. • When 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9) is turned on and off and the setting is changed •...
  • Page 160 CH1 Difference conversion status flag The difference conversion status can be checked. Monitor value Description Not converted Converting difference When the difference conversion starts after 'CH1 Difference conversion trigger' (Un\G470) is changed from No request (0) to Trigger request (1), 'CH1 Difference conversion status flag' (Un\G408) corresponding to the channel turns to Converting difference (1).
  • Page 161 CH1 Digital output value (32 bits) The A/D-converted digital output value is stored in 32-bit signed binary value. … … … (1) Data section (2) Sign bit 0: Positive, 1: Negative ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 162 (setting range CH5 to CH8) ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Range setting monitor The monitor value of the input range is the same as the one for the R mode.
  • Page 163 CH1 Head pointer The buffer memory address of the oldest data in 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) can be checked with this buffer memory area. The offset value counted from the start address of 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) is stored. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 164 CH1 Latest pointer The buffer memory address of the latest data in 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) can be checked with this buffer memory area. The offset value counted from the start address of 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) is stored. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 165 CH1 Trigger pointer The buffer memory address of the data of when a hold trigger is executed in 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) can be checked with this buffer memory area. The difference between the address of the buffer memory which stores the data of when a hold trigger is executed and the start address in 'CH1 Logging data' (Un\G10000 to Un\G10999) is stored.
  • Page 166 CH1 Previous logging read pointer A before-update current logging read pointer is stored just before an interrupt to the CPU module causes the update. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 167 CH1 Logging cycle monitor value This area stores the actual logging cycle which is calculated from the refreshing cycle of data to be logged. When 'Operating condition setting request' (Y9) is turned on and off, the actual logging cycle is stored in Logging cycle monitor value in the corresponding channel where the logging function is enabled.
  • Page 168 CH1 Trigger generation time The time when a trigger is generated is recorded. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function b8 b7 First two digits of the year Last two digits of the year 'CH1 Trigger generation time (First/Last two digits of the year)' (Un\G444) Month 'CH1 Trigger generation time (Month/Day)' (Un\G445)
  • Page 169 • CH Trigger generation time (Second/Day of the week) (in Q compatible mode) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16  1157 1161 1165 1169 1173 1177 1181 1185 • CH Trigger generation time (Millisecond) (in Q compatible mode) CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13...
  • Page 170 CH1 Logging hold request Use this buffer memory area as a trigger to hold (stop) logging at any timing during the logging. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function Setting value Setting content If a value other than the above is set, a logging hold request range error (error code: 1D7H) occurs.
  • Page 171 CH1 Conversion value shift amount Set 'CH1 Conversion value shift amount' (Un\G472) used for the shift function. The digital operation value to which the conversion value shift amount is applied is stored in 'CH1 Digital operation value' (Un\G402). For details on the shift function, refer to the following. Page 51 Shift Function b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 (1) Data section...
  • Page 172 (1) 0: A/D conversion enabled, 1: A/D conversion disabled (2) b8 to b15 are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name A/D conversion enable/disable setting (in Q compatible mode) ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 173 The setting value of the averaging process specification is the same as the one for the R mode. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Averaging process setting ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 174 CH1 Time average/Count average/Moving average/Primary delay filter constant setting Configure the time (for averaging), count (for averaging), moving average count, and primary delay filter constant when values other than Sampling processing (0) is set for 'CH1 Averaging process specification' (Un\G501). The following table lists the setting ranges.
  • Page 175 (1) 0: Enable, 1: Disable (2) b8 to b15 are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Scaling enable/disable setting (in Q compatible mode) ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 176 CH1 Scaling upper limit value Set an upper limit value for the range of the scale conversion. For details on the scaling function, refer to the following. Page 26 Scaling Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 177 CH1 Scaling lower limit value Set a lower limit value for the range of the scale conversion. For details on the scaling function, refer to the following. Page 26 Scaling Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 178 (1) 0: Enable, 1: Disable (2) b8 to b15 are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Digital clipping enable/disable setting (in Q compatible mode) ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 179 (2) 0: Rate alarm enabled, 1: Rate alarm disabled ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Alert output setting (Process alarm)/Alert output setting (Rate alarm) ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 180 CH1 Process alarm upper upper limit value Set an upper upper limit value of the alert output function (Process alarm). For details on the alert output function, refer to the following. Page 30 Alert Output Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 181 CH1 Process alarm lower upper limit value Set a lower upper limit value of the alert output function (Process alarm). For details on the alert output function, refer to the following. Page 30 Alert Output Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 182 CH1 Process alarm lower lower limit value Set a lower lower limit value of the alert output function (Process alarm). For details on the alert output function, refer to the following. Page 30 Alert Output Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 183 CH1 Rate alarm alert detection cycle setting Set the cycle to check the change rate of digital output values. The value of the cycle to detect a rate alarm alert is the product of the value in 'CH1 Rate alarm alert detection cycle setting' (Un\G522) and the conversion cycle.
  • Page 184 CH1 Rate alarm lower limit value Set a lower limit value of the change rate of digital output values to detect a rate alarm. For details on the alert output function, refer to the following. Page 30 Alert Output Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 185 Input signal error detection lower limit set value (Un\G142). ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Input signal error detection extension/input signal error detection setting (in Q compatible mode) ■Enabling the setting...
  • Page 186 CH1 Input signal error detection lower limit set value Set a lower limit value to detect an error for the input analog value. For details on the input signal error detection function, refer to the following. Page 38 Input Signal Error Detection Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 187 (Un\G47). ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name CH Input signal error detection setting value/CH Input signal error detection lower limit set value (in Q compatible mode) ■Setting range...
  • Page 188 CH1 Input signal error detection upper limit set value Set an upper limit value to detect an error for the input analog value. For details on the input signal error detection function, refer to the following. Page 38 Input Signal Error Detection Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 189 Set an upper limit value to detect an input signal error. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name CH Input signal error detection upper limit set value (in Q compatible mode) ■Setting range...
  • Page 190 CH1 Logging data setting Determine the target to be collected: digital output value or digital operation value. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function Setting value Setting content Digital output value Digital operation value If a value other than the above is set, a logging data setting range error (error code: 1D3H) occurs.
  • Page 191 CH1 Logging cycle setting value Set a cycle for storing the logging data. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. •...
  • Page 192 CH1 Logging cycle unit setting Set a cycle unit for storing the logging data. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function Setting value Setting content • If a value out of the range is set, a logging cycle setting value range error (error code: 1D1H) occurs. Logging cannot be performed.
  • Page 193 CH1 Level trigger condition setting Set the condition for the occurrence of a hold trigger when using the level trigger in the logging function. To use the level trigger, set Level trigger condition setting to either level of Level trigger (condition: Rise) (1), Level trigger (condition: Fall) (2), or Level trigger (condition: Rise and fall) (3).
  • Page 194 CH1 Trigger data Set a buffer memory address to be monitored using a level trigger. Set the buffer memory address where the target data for monitoring is stored. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 195 Set the buffer memory address where the target data for monitoring is stored. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name CH1 Trigger data (in Q compatible mode)
  • Page 196 CH1 Loading interrupt enable/disable setting Set whether to enable or disable the logging read function. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function Setting value Setting content Enable Disable • If a value other than the above is set, a read interrupt enable/disable setting range error (error code: 1D8H) occurs. Logging cannot be performed.
  • Page 197 CH1 Logging read points setting value An interrupt is generated to the CPU module each time data is logged for the set number of data points. For details on the logging function, refer to the following. Page 61 Logging Function ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area.
  • Page 198 (setting range: CH5 to CH8) ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Range setting (in Q compatible mode) The input range setting value is the same as the one for the R mode.
  • Page 199 CH11 CH10 CH9 CH8 CH7 CH6 CH5 CH4 CH3 CH2 CH1 • 0: Voltage 1: Current • b8 to b15 of the R60AD8-G are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Buffer memory name...
  • Page 200 This area restores the offset/gain setting value in user range setting. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. • For the R60AD8-G Buffer memory name CH Factory default setting offset value (L) (H) 4004...
  • Page 201 • For the R60AD16-G Buffer memory name Address CH Factory default setting offset value (L) 4004 4008 4012 4016 4020 4024 4028 4032 CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 4036 4040 4044 4048 4052 4056 4060 4064 CH Factory default setting offset value (H) 4005 4009 4013...
  • Page 202 CH1 Offset/gain setting mode Specify the channel where the offset/gain setting is adjusted. • Offset/gain setting mode (offset specification): Channel to adjust the offset • Offset/gain setting mode (gain specification): Channel to adjust the gain Setting Setting content Disable Setting channel Set one of the offset specification or gain specification to the Setting channel (1), and the other to Disable (0).
  • Page 203 (2) b8 to b15 are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Offset/gain setting mode (offset specification) (in Q compatible mode)
  • Page 204 (2) b8 to b15 are fixed to 0. ■Buffer memory address The following shows the buffer memory address of this area. Only the R60AD8-G can use this area. Buffer memory name Offset/gain setting mode (range specification) (in Q compatible mode) ■Default value...
  • Page 205 Indicates that the safety module function of the R60AD8-G is enabled. If the R60AD8-G is started up in standard mode while the stored value of this area is Enable (1), an error (start-up in standard mode with safety validated (error code: 3040H)) occurs.
  • Page 206 CH1 Logging data This area stores the data logged by the logging function. Up to 1000 points of data can be stored per channel. When the number of stored data points is 1001 or greater, data is continuously collected overwriting the data from the head. For details on the logging function, refer to the following.
  • Page 207: Appendix 4 Dedicated Instructions

    Appendix 4 Dedicated Instructions Instruction list The following table lists the dedicated instructions that can be used in the A/D converter module. Instruction Description G(P).OFFGAN Switches normal mode to offset/gain setting mode. Switches offset/gain setting mode to normal mode. G(P).OGLOAD Reads out the offset/gain setting value in the user range setting to write it into the CPU module.
  • Page 208: Appendix 5 Operation Examples Of When The Remote Head Module Is Mounted

    • Power supply module: R61P • Remote head module: RJ72GF15-T2 • A/D converter module: R60AD8-G (Start I/O number: 0000H to 000FH *1 In the RX/RY setting of the master station, set 1000H to 100FH as the start I/O number of the A/D converter module.
  • Page 209: Setting In The Master Station

    Setting in the master station Connect the engineering tool to the CPU module of the master station and set parameters. Create the project with the following settings. [Project]  [New] Configure the setting to use the module labels and add the module labels of the CPU module. Add the master/local module with the following settings.
  • Page 210 Configure the setting to use the module labels and add the module labels of the master/local module. Set "Required Settings" of "Module Parameter" of the master/local module as shown below. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Module Parameter]  [Required Settings] APPX Appendix 5 Operation Examples of When the Remote Head Module Is Mounted...
  • Page 211 Set "Network Configuration Settings" of "Module Parameter" of the master/local module as shown below. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Module Parameter]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Set "Refresh Setting" of "Module Parameter" of the master/local module as shown below. [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 212: Setting In The Intelligent Device Station

    Setting in the intelligent device station Connect the engineering tool to the remote head module of the intelligent device station and set parameters. Create the project with the following settings. [Project]  [New] Set "Network Required Setting" of "CPU Parameter" of the remote head module as shown below. [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 213 Configure the setting not to use the module labels. Set "Basic setting" of "Module Parameter" of the A/D converter module as shown below. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [R60AD8-G]  [Module Parameter]  [Basic setting] APPX Appendix 5 Operation Examples of When the Remote Head Module Is Mounted...
  • Page 214 Set "Application setting" of "Module Parameter" of the A/D converter module as shown below. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [R60AD8-G]  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting] APPX Appendix 5 Operation Examples of When the Remote Head Module Is Mounted...
  • Page 215 Set "Refresh settings" of "Module Parameter" of the A/D converter module as shown below. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [R60AD8-G]  [Module Parameter]  [Refresh settings] Write the set parameters to the remote head module on the intelligent device station. Then reset the remote head module or power off and on the system.
  • Page 216: Checking The Network Status

    Checking the network status After setting parameters to the master station and the intelligent device station, check whether data link is normally performed between the master station and the intelligent device station. Check the network status using the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics of the engineering tool.
  • Page 217 Common program The following figure shows an example of the program to check the data link status of the remote head module (station number 1). (0) Checks the data link status of the remote head module (station number 1). Add the MCR instruction shown below to the last of the program. Program example 1 The following figure shows an example of the program to read digital output values of CH1, CH3, and CH7 and digital operation values of CH5 and save them.
  • Page 218 Program example 3 The following figure shows an example of the program to perform operations reacting to an alert if an alert (process alarm upper/lower limit) occurs in CH3. (94) Performs a processing of when an alert (process alarm upper limit) has occurred in CH3. (113) Performs a processing of when an alert (process alarm lower limit) has occurred in CH3.
  • Page 219: Appendix 6 Disabling The Safety Module

    R60AD8-G. Check that the ALM LED is off. (The R60AD8-G is operating normally in standard mode.) If the ALM LED is on or flashing (1s cycles), it indicates that an alarm occurred, even though the R60AD8-G is operating in standard mode.
  • Page 220: Appendix 7 Added Or Modified Function

    This section describes the function added to or modified for the A/D converter module. Addition/modification Firmware version Reference Disabling the safety module (R60AD8-G only) "02" or later Page 217 Disabling the Safety Module APPX Appendix 7 Added or Modified Function...
  • Page 221: Part 2 Sil2 Mode

    PART 2 SIL2 MODE This part consists of the following chapters. These chapters describe the details on using the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. 4 OVERVIEW 5 PART NAMES 6 SPECIFICATIONS 7 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 8 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 9 INSTALLATION AND WIRING...
  • Page 222: Chapter 4 Overview

    (SIL2 mode), one R60DA8-G module (normal mode), and one RY40PT5B module (normal mode). In addition, configure the settings of R60AD8-G modules using GX Works3 so that a module near the remote head module is handled as Main and another as Sub.
  • Page 223 ■R60AD8-G set to SIL2 mode A/D conversion is performed in both the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub), and the values from the A/D conversion are mutually referenced by the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub). This dual A/D conversion ensures safe A/D conversion.
  • Page 224 Safety communications When the R60AD8-G is used in SIL2 mode, safety communications are carried out between the R60AD8-G (Main) and SIL2 Process CPU for data communication. Safety communications are possible only through the paths with an arrow described as safety connections in the following figure.
  • Page 225: Chapter 5 Part Names

    PART NAMES Part names of the R60AD8-G are as follows. Name Description RUN LED Indicates the operating status of the module. On: Normal operation Off: 5V power off or a watchdog timer error occurred. ERR LED Indicates the error status of the module.
  • Page 226 MEMO 5 PART NAMES...
  • Page 227: Chapter 6 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the performance specifications and function list of the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. Performance Specifications Performance specifications of the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode are as follows. Item Specifications Number of analog input channels 8 channels Analog input voltage -10 to 10VDC (Input resistance: 1M)
  • Page 228 Input response time The input response time of the R60AD8-G is the time needed to apply a value to the safety device after the analog value is input to the R60AD8-G, as defined by the following formula.
  • Page 229: Function List

    (overvoltage and undervoltage), safety communications status, and built-in programs operating status, for any errors. Error history function A maximum of 16 errors of the R60AD8-G error history can be checked with Page 291 Error History the engineering tool.
  • Page 230: Chapter 7 Procedures Before Operation

    Record the setting of "Current / Voltage selection" when the offset/gain setting is configured in standard mode. This setting is necessary for setting module parameters of the R60AD8-G set to SIL2 mode. ( Page 265 When the user range setting is...
  • Page 231 Procedure on the remote head module side Powering on the system Check the following items and then power on the system. • The power supply is wired correctly. • The power supply voltage satisfies the specifications. • The remote head module is in STOP state. Creating a project Start the engineering tool and create a project.
  • Page 232 Procedure on the SIL2 Process CPU side Powering on the system In both systems, check the following items and then power on the system. • The power supply is wired correctly. • The power supply voltage satisfies the specifications. • The SIL2 Process CPU is in STOP state. Power on the system and ensure that the following LEDs turn on.
  • Page 233 Initializing the CPU module Use the engineering tool to initialize the SIL2 Process CPU. ( MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Startup)) Initialize one CPU module and then connect the other SIL2 Process CPU to the personal computer. Then, initialize the SIL2 Process CPU in the same way. ( MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application)) Parameter setting on the SIL2 Process CPU side Set the system parameters, CPU parameters, and module parameters of each module.
  • Page 234 Checking LEDs on the SIL2 Process CPU side Check that the LED status of each module is as follows. The CARD READY LED turns on or off depending on whether the SD memory card is installed. • Control system • Standby system *1 For the redundant master station system, the MST LED of the standby system master/local module flashes.
  • Page 235 Operation check procedure Checking Check the status of each module used in the systems and program behaviors. • Check each module to see whether an error occurred. • Check that the LED status of each module is as follows. • Control system •...
  • Page 236 Program execution Power off the SIL2 Process CPU in both systems and the remote head module. Then, set the RUN/STOP/RESET switch for the SIL2 Process CPU in both systems and for the remote head module to RUN, and turn the power of the systems on. Check that the PROGRAM RUN LED of the control system CPU module is on.
  • Page 237: Chapter 8 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION This chapter describes the system configurations for using the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. For application in SIL2 mode, a redundant system must be configured based on a redundant master station or redundant line. In such a case, mount the R60AD8-G with a remote head module.
  • Page 238: Redundant Master Station

    Redundant Master Station The following diagram shows the system configuration with a redundant master station. • System configuration diagram (12) (10) (11) (13) (13) • List of components Name Description System A system Composed of the following modules: • RnPSFCPU •...
  • Page 239 • RY40PT5B ■Precautions • When using the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode, there is a restriction on the version. For details, refer to Page 240 Firmware Version for SIL2 Mode. • Mount the above modules on the same base. Mount the modules so that they are arranged in the following order: R60AD8-G (Main) ...
  • Page 240: Redundant Line

    Redundant Line The following diagram shows the system configuration with a redundant line. • System configuration diagram (12) (10) (11) (13) (13) • List of components Name Description System A system Composed of the following modules: • RnPSFCPU • R6PSFM •...
  • Page 241 • RY40PT5B ■Precautions • When using the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode, there is a restriction on the version. For details, refer to Page 240 Firmware Version for SIL2 Mode. • Mount the above modules on the same base. Mount the modules so that they are arranged in the following order: R60AD8-G (Main) ...
  • Page 242: Firmware Version For Sil2 Mode

    Firmware Version for SIL2 Mode For application in SIL2 mode, use the R60AD8-G with the following conditions. • Use a module with firmware version 02 or later. • Use a module with production information (first four digits) of 0207 or later.
  • Page 243: Chapter 9 Installation And Wiring

    INSTALLATION AND WIRING This chapter describes wiring for the R60AD8-G. Wiring Precautions • Check the signal layout before wiring the R60AD8-G, and connect the cables correctly. For details on the signal layout, refer to the following. Page 241 Connector for external devices •...
  • Page 244: External Wiring

    External Wiring Signal layout for the connector for external devices The signal layout for connector for external devices of the R60AD8-G is as follows. Pin layout (front module view) Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name CH1 V+ CH1 V-/I- ...
  • Page 245: Examples Of External Wiring

    Examples of external wiring Examples of external wiring are as follows. For wiring for the R60DA8-G for diagnostics, refer to the following.  MELSEC iQ-R Channel Isolated Digital-Analog Converter Module User's Manual (Startup) For wiring for the RY40PT5B, refer to the following. ...
  • Page 246 *2 Install the relay and programmable controller within the same panel. *3 When it is necessary to make the R60AD8-G compliant with EMC and Low Voltage Directives, refer to one of the following manuals.  MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual ...
  • Page 247 *2 Install the relay and programmable controller within the same panel. *3 When it is necessary to make the R60AD8-G compliant with EMC and Low Voltage Directives, refer to one of the following manuals.  MELSEC iQ-R Module Configuration Manual ...
  • Page 248 When the connector/terminal block converter module is used The connector/terminal block converter module and special cable for the R60AD8-G can be used for wiring. When the connector/terminal block converter module is used, the wiring should be as follows. Connector/terminal block...
  • Page 249: Relay Switching Wiring

    Relay switching wiring Relay switching wiring is as follows. Cable Connector number Terminal block Cable connector Terminal block YF(-) YF(+) YE(-) YE(+) YD(-) YD(+) · Y2(-) Y2(+) Y1(-) Y1(+) Connection to relays Y0(-) Y0(+) DC0V +24V(COM) DC24V 24VDC Terminal module RY40PT5B For available terminal modules and special cables, refer to the following.
  • Page 250: Precautions For Channel Number And Output Signal

    RY40PT5B R60AD8-G (Main) side R60AD8-G (Sub) side When the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) use CH1, wire the R60AD8-G (Main) to Y0 of the RY40PT5B and wire the R60AD8-G (Sub) to Y1 of the RY40PT5B. 9 INSTALLATION AND WIRING...
  • Page 251: Chapter 10 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter describes details of functions that can be used by the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode and their setting procedures. Numerical values corresponding to the channel where an error has occurred fit in the  of an error code described in this chapter.
  • Page 252: Sil2 Mode

    Page 251 Module parameters for "R60AD8-G(S2M)" Page 251 Module parameters for "R60DA8-G" • There is no need to set module parameters for "R60AD8-G(S2S)" because the module parameters for "R60AD8-G(S2M)" are used automatically. • Do not change the default module parameters for "RY40PT5B".
  • Page 253 Description Basic settings Output range setting Set the following value depending on "Input range setting" of "R60AD8-G(S2M)". • For the voltage input range: "-10 to 10V" • For the current input range: "4 to 20mA (Extension)" D/A conversion enable/disable setting Set "D/A conversion enable"...
  • Page 254 Creating a new project (SIL2 Process CPU side) Create a new project with the SIL2 Process CPU, and add necessary modules. Create a project with the SIL2 Process CPU. [Project]  [New] Add the user "Administrators" to the project and log on to the system. Initialize the SIL2 Process CPU (built-in memory and user information) of the both systems.
  • Page 255 Setting parameters on the SIL2 Process CPU side With the created project, set the parameters. Set "CPU Parameter" according to the system configuration. For details on item and setting procedure, refer to MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application). Set "Required Settings" in "Module Parameter" for the master/local module. [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 256 Safety communication setting Configure the safety communication setting using the project on the remote head module side. For details on safety communications, refer to the MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application). Open a project on the SIL2 Process CPU side. Set "To Use or Not to Use the Safety Communication Setting"...
  • Page 257 • TM  (SCmst  2) + (LS  2) TM: Sending Interval Monitoring Time S2cyc: Control cycle time of the R60AD8-G ( Page 225 Performance Specifications) SCmst: Safety cycle time of the master station ( MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application)) LS: Link scan time (...
  • Page 258 Creating programs Create a safety program and a standard program using the SIL2 diagnostic FB library. Refer to the following to create programs. Page 297 EXAMPLE OF OPERATION ■Attaching the SIL2 diagnostic FB library to programs • Attach the SIL2 safety program FB to the safety program of the fixed scan execution type program. •...
  • Page 259 Set "Label Name". Set any name in "Label Name" but it must not be duplicated with any other "Label Name". Click the [...] button to display the "Data Type Selection" window. Set the following and click the [OK] button. When more than one SIL2 diagnostic FB library (SIL2 safety program FB and SIL2 standard program FB) are used, use each SIL2 diagnostic FB library as a single set.
  • Page 260 Safety module operation With "Safety Module Operation" in the engineering tool, enable the R60AD8-G (Main) so that it can be used in SIL2 mode. Before performing safety module operation, pay attention to the following points. • Ensure that the engineering tool is directly connected to the SIL2 Process CPU in the control system (specify "No Specification"...
  • Page 261 Select the check box for the R60AD8-G (Main) to be enabled, and click the [Update] button. The current enabled/ disabled status of the SIL2 analog input system is displayed for "Module Status". Module Status Description  The information is not acquired.
  • Page 262 • Is the module set to SIL2 mode? • Has an error occurred? After checking that the S MODE LED of the R60AD8-G (Main and Sub) to be enabled is flashing (0.4s cycle), click the [S MODE LED Stop Flashing] button to stop S MODE LED flashing.
  • Page 263 The information is not acquired. Valid (Reset Wait) The safety module has just been enabled. In this state, the R60AD8-G needs to be reset, and the module status will be enabled after the reset. At this time, the ALM LED flashes every 0.4 seconds.
  • Page 264 I/O or using them in standard mode. In the "Safety Module Operation" window, select the check box for the R60AD8-G (Main) to be disabled, and click the [Disable] button. In this case, the current enabled/disabled status of the safety module is displayed for "Module Status".
  • Page 265 • Remote head module side *1 Because the remote head module is not in a redundancy configuration for the redundant master station system, the following LEDs are always turned off. CTRL LED SBY LED Check that no error occurred in CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. (...
  • Page 266: Processing Of Each Function

    These values are the digital values after the sampling processing or each averaging processing has been performed. These values are stored in the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) each. Note that digital output values cannot be read from the R60AD8-G modules set to SIL2 mode because these modules handle digital output values as internal values.
  • Page 267: Range Switching Function

    10.3 Range Switching Function This function allows the input range of analog input to be switched for each channel. Switching the range makes it possible to change the I/O conversion characteristics. Setting procedure Set the input range to be used in the "Input range setting". [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 268: A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function

    10.4 A/D Conversion Enable/Disable Setting Function This function controls whether to enable or disable the A/D conversion for each channel. Disabling the A/D conversion for unused channels reduces the conversion cycles. Setting procedure Set "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" to "A/D conversion enable" or "A/D conversion disable". [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 269 Averaging processing The A/D converter module performs the averaging processing on digital operation values for each channel. The following two types of averaging processing are provided. • Count average • Moving average ■Count average The A/D converter module executes the A/D conversion for a set number of times, and performs the averaging processing on the total value excluding the maximum and the minimum values.
  • Page 270 ■Moving average The A/D converter module averages digital operation values taken at every sampling period for a specified number of times. The following figure shows the moving average processing of when the set number of times is five. digit Sampling cycle 32000 (12) (10) (11)
  • Page 271: Scaling Function

    10.6 Scaling Function This function performs the scale conversion on digital operation values. The values are converted within a specified range between a scaling upper limit value and scaling lower limit value. This function helps reduce the time taken for creating a scale conversion program.
  • Page 272 Setting example When 20000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 4000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the R60AD8-G with the input range of 0 to 5V 32000 Scaling upper limit value 20000 Analog input voltage (V)
  • Page 273 When 20000 is set to the scaling upper limit value and 4000 is set to the scaling lower limit value for the R60AD8-G with the input range of 1 to 5V (extended mode) 32000 Scaling upper limit value: 20000 Scaling lower limit value: 4000...
  • Page 274: Digital Clipping Function

    10.7 Digital Clipping Function This function fixes the digital operation value with the maximum digital output value and the minimum digital output value when the corresponding current or voltage exceeds the input range. List of output ranges The following table lists the output ranges of the digital operation values when the digital clipping function is enabled with each input range.
  • Page 275 Setting example When the following values are used for the R60AD8-G with the input range of 0 to 5V • "Scaling enable/disable setting": "Enable" • "Scaling upper limit value": 12000 • "Scaling lower limit value": 2000 • "Digitalclip enable/disable setting": "Enable"...
  • Page 276: Sil2 A/D Conversion Function

    SIL2 A/D Conversion Function The R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) use this function based on the time set in "SIL2 A/D conversion cycle setting" to execute A/D conversion that satisfies the safety level defined by IEC61508: 2010 SIL2 and IEC61511: 2015 SIL2 while executing error detection functions, such as double input discrepancy detection, and regular diagnostics for failure, such as A/ D conversion circuit diagnostics.
  • Page 277 Digital obtained value Word [signed] Digital operation values obtained from the R60AD8-G (Main) and the R60AD8-G (Sub) are averaged and output. This label specifies a safety device area for the CH1 output destination. For CH2 and subsequent channels, 7 words of safety device areas are assigned and numbered sequentially starting from the next area of that specified for CH1.
  • Page 278 ■SIL2 standard program FB (M+SIL2ADG-IEF_WriteDAVal_R) • Symbol M+SIL2ADG-IEF_WriteDAVal_R i_bEN o_bENO ST : i_stNFB_ADConv o_bOK o_w8DADigOutVal o_uOutEnable o_uRelayData • Input labels Variable name Name Data type Scope Description i_bEN Execution command On or off On: The FB is activated. Off: The FB is not activated. ...
  • Page 279 Set the time required for conducting the following: match the digital operation values from the A/D conversion by the R60AD8- G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) by double input discrepancy detection function; store the mean value in a safety device specified by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library.
  • Page 280 Transmission interval monitoring time 30 to 3000(ms) Set "Transmission interval monitoring time" of the R60AD8-G to the value same as the one set in "Sending Interval Monitoring Time [ms]" on the "Safety Communication Setting" window. ( Page 254 Safety communication setting) ■Program by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library...
  • Page 281 (odd CH of the detection (even CH of the detection (odd CH of the detection (even CH of the (odd CH) (1) R60AD8-G (Main)) (even CH) (2) R60AD8-G (Main)) (odd CH) (3) R60AD8-G (Sub)) (even CH) (4) R60AD8-G (Sub)) Digital operation...
  • Page 282 • While the double input discrepancy detection function is being executed, the voltage or current from the sensor is input to the R60AD8-G by switching the relay. • While the A/D conversion circuit diagnostic function is being executed, the voltage or current from the sensor is cut off by switching the relay.
  • Page 283: Double Input Discrepancy Detection Function

    • If the verification result is normal, the mean value from the A/D conversion by the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) is stored as a digital operation value in the safety device specified by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library, and the number of errors counted by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library is cleared at this point.
  • Page 284 For each channel, set the detection count to determine a double input discrepancy detection error when the verification result of digital operation values of the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) is out of the allowable error range. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [R60AD8-G(S2M)]  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting] ...
  • Page 285 (error code: 1EDH) is automatically cleared. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [R60AD8-G (S2M)]  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting]  [Duplicated input mismatch automatic return count] •...
  • Page 286 ■Program by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library With a project on the SIL2 Process CPU side, create a safety program and standard program and define the I/O of the SIL2 diagnostic FB library. Refer to the following to create programs. Page 297 EXAMPLE OF OPERATION 10 FUNCTIONS 10.8 SIL2 A/D Conversion Function...
  • Page 287 (error code: 3001H) occurs. Also, a safety communication timeout (error code: 1A63H) occurs in the SIL2 Process CPU. The R60AD8-G (Main) sends the verification result and the mean value of the digital operation values A and B to the SIL2 diagnostic FB library.
  • Page 288: A/D Conversion Circuit Diagnostic Function

    A/D conversion circuit diagnostic function The R60DA8-G for diagnostics regularly inputs an analog value to the R60AD8-G set to SIL2 mode to internally diagnose the A/D conversion circuit of the R60AD8-G. Internal diagnostics is executed at the following timing. • When the entire system starts operating normally after power-on (at start-up) •...
  • Page 289 The SIL2 standard program FB receives a request from the SIL2 safety program FB, and switches a device that inputs signals to the R60AD8-G from an input device (such as a sensor) to the R60DA8-G for diagnostics. The switching is performed for each channel used, by using a relay.
  • Page 290 • Two patterns of digital values for diagnostics • Two modules of R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) • Odd and even number channels In addition, if the verification result is abnormal, A/D conversion circuit diagnostics is retried up to six times.
  • Page 291: Input Hold Function

    When the time of holding digital operation value exceeds the time set with "Safety I/O Hold Time" in "CPU Parameter", a safety I/O HOLD time exceeded error (error code: 1500H) will occur. The R60AD8-G holds the previous digital obtained value of the safety device specified by the SIL2 diagnostic FB library, but updating is restarted when it receives safety refresh data again.
  • Page 292: Self-Diagnostic Function

    R60AD8-G (Main), a safety mutual monitoring error (error code: 3020H) occurs in the R60AD8-G (Sub). If hardware failure is detected in the R60AD8-G (Sub), a safety mutual monitoring error (error code: 3020H) occurs in the R60AD8-G (Main).
  • Page 293: Error History Function

    10.10 Error History Function For the errors that occurred in the R60AD8-G, a maximum of 16 error histories can be checked using the engineering tool. [Diagnostics]  [System Monitor]  Right-click the target module.  [Module Diagnostics] When the number of error histories exceeds 16, the histories are overwritten sequentially from the first one, and error histories are continued to be recorded.
  • Page 294: Event History Function

    This function collects errors that occurred in the R60AD8-G and executed operations as event information in the remote head module. Information of an event that occurred in the R60AD8-G is collected by the remote head module and held inside the data memory in the remote head module.
  • Page 295 List of event history data The following table lists the events that would occur in the R60AD8-G. Event Event Event name Description Additional information code classification  00150 Information Safety communication start Safety communications were started. 00151 Information Safety communication stop Safety communications were stopped.
  • Page 296: Chapter 11 Parameter Settings

    PARAMETER SETTINGS Set the parameters of the R60AD8-G. 11.1 Basic Settings Setting procedure Open "Basic setting" of the engineering tool. Start Module Parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Target module  [Module Parameter]  [Basic setting] Double-click on an item to be changed and enter a setting value.
  • Page 297: Application Settings

    11.2 Application Settings Setting procedure Open "Application setting" of the engineering tool. Start Module Parameter. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  Target module  [Module Parameter]  [Application setting] Double-click on an item to be changed and enter a setting value. •...
  • Page 298: Refresh Settings

    11.3 Refresh Settings Module parameter refresh settings are not available for the R60AD8-G that is set to SIL2 mode. 11 PARAMETER SETTINGS 11.3 Refresh Settings...
  • Page 299: Chapter 12 Example Of Operation

    EXAMPLE OF OPERATION This chapter provides a program example to operate the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. System configuration The following system configuration is used to explain an example of operation. Page 236 Redundant Master Station Program conditions • A/D conversion enabled channels are CH1, CH2, CH3, and CH4.
  • Page 300 ■Module parameters for "R60AD8-G(S2M)" Configure the following settings. For parameters other than the following, use the default values. Module parameter Description Basic settings A/D conversion enable/disable setting CH1 to CH4: A/D conversion enabled Input range setting CH1: 0 to 10V...
  • Page 301 Devices used ■SIL2 safety program FB Device Description SA\SD1008.0 Execution command Sets the safety refresh communication status of connection number 1 for slot 1 of the remote head module. SA\M1001 Module error clear SA\M1002 Start-up diagnostics skip request SA\M1003 Execution status SA\M1004 Normal completion SA\M1005...
  • Page 302 • When the safety refresh communication status is normal, digital operation values are obtained from CH1 to CH4 of the R60AD8-G and output to Digital obtained value (SA\D1030 to SA\D1033). • To skip the start-up diagnostics, turn on Start-up diagnostics skip request (SA\M1002).
  • Page 303 ■SIL2 safety program FB 12 EXAMPLE OF OPERATION...
  • Page 304 ■SIL2 standard program FB 12 EXAMPLE OF OPERATION...
  • Page 305: Chapter 13 Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION This chapter describes inspection to be performed for using the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. Periodic inspection Perform the following inspection one or two times in 6 months to a year. Perform it as well after equipment is transferred or modified, or wiring is changed.
  • Page 306 MEMO 13 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 307: Chapter 14 Troubleshooting

    A state of the R60AD8-G can be checked with the RUN LED, ERR LED, ALM LED, and S MODE LED. The following table shows the correspondence of these LEDs and a state of the R60AD8-G.
  • Page 308: Checking The State Of The Module

    14.2 Checking the State of the Module The following functions are available in the "Module Diagnostics" window of the R60AD8-G. Function Application Error Information Displays the details of the currently occurring error. Clicking the [Event History] button displays the errors that have occurred on the network and the history of the errors detected and the operations executed on each module.
  • Page 309 Module Information List Switch to the "Module Information List" tab to display each status information of the R60AD8-G. Item Description LED information Displays the LED status of the R60AD8-G. 14 TROUBLESHOOTING 14.2 Checking the State of the Module...
  • Page 310: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    When flashing Check item Corrective action Check whether the R60AD8-G is in standard mode and in offset/gain setting Check the module configuration diagram of GX Works3. When the module mode. configuration diagram of GX Works3 is "R60AD8-G", the R60AD8-G is operating in standard mode and in offset/gain setting mode.
  • Page 311: When The S Mode Led Flashes Or Turns Off

    R60AD8-G automatically shifts to the safety module disabled state. To set the R60AD8-G to the safety module enabled state again, it is required to perform [Import Setting] to the changed project of the remote head module by using "Safety Communication Setting" of the CPU module project, and then to enable the safety module.
  • Page 312: When The Alm Led Flashes

    • Check whether sensors are connected to different channels for the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub). Check whether any measures have been taken to reduce noise. To reduce noise, take measures such as the use of shielded cables for connection.
  • Page 313: When An A/D Conversion Circuit Diagnostic Error Occurs

    When an A/D conversion circuit diagnostic error occurs Check item Corrective action Check whether the R60DA8-G for diagnostics operates normally. Check the error code of the R60DA8-G for diagnostics on the "Module Diagnostics" window. Refer to the following manual and take actions described in the list of error codes.
  • Page 314: When The Safety Device Value Is The Off Value (Equivalent To 0V/0Ma)

    When the safety device value is the OFF value (equivalent to 0V/ 0mA) Check item Corrective action Check whether the R60DA8-G for diagnostics operates normally. Check the error code of the R60DA8-G for diagnostics on the "Module Diagnostics" window. Refer to the following manual and take actions described in the list of error codes.
  • Page 315: Troubleshooting While Proceeding Procedures Before Operation

    14.4 Troubleshooting While Proceeding Procedures Before Operation When the module parameter write to the remote head module fails Refer to the following.  MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network Remote Head Module User's Manual (Application) Troubleshooting on the "Safety Communication Setting" window When [Import Setting] cannot be performed to the project of the remote head module Check item Corrective action...
  • Page 316 (400ms cycle). • The setting of module parameter of the R60AD8-G that was written to the project of the remote head module is not reflected unless the [Import Setting] operation targeted for the remote head module project is completed by using "Safety Communication Setting"...
  • Page 317 Check the following items in order of No. Check item Corrective action Check whether the R60AD8-G is mounted properly. Check the "System Monitor" of GX Works3 and the actual base unit to check whether the R60AD8-G is mounted properly. Check whether there are no problems on connections between the...
  • Page 318: Troubleshooting Sil2 Diagnostic Fb Library

    Turn on i_bEN (execution command) of the SIL2 safety program FB. turned on. For 8002H Check item Corrective action Check whether "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" of the R60AD8-G is Set "A/D conversion enable" to "A/D conversion enable/disable setting" of the set to "A/D conversion disable". R60AD8-G. 14 TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 319 Turn on i_bEN (execution command) of the SIL2 standard program FB. is turned on. If an A/D conversion circuit diagnostic error (error code: 1EFH) occurs in the R60AD8-G (Main), take actions described as follows. When an A/D conversion circuit diagnostic error occurs...
  • Page 320 Check that the R60AD8-G (Main) is in the safety module enabled state. If the R60AD8-G (Main) is in the safety module disabled state, enable the safety module. Check whether the module parameter "SIL2 A/D conversion cycle setting" of Check that "SIL2 A/D conversion cycle setting"...
  • Page 321: Checking By Error Code Of The Sil2 Safety Program Fb

    FB and the SIL2 standard program FB match. Check whether the module parameters of the R60AD8-G are correct. Check that the module parameters of the R60AD8-G indicated by status code are set within the setting range and the setting values are correct.
  • Page 322: List Of Error Codes

    14.6 List of Error Codes If there is any error while the R60AD8-G is running, the error code can be checked on the module diagnostics window of GX Works3. Error codes of the R60AD8-G are classified in minor errors or moderate errors.
  • Page 323 Error code Error name Error description and cause Action 1160H Auto recovery settings A value other than 0 to 1 is set in Set "Duplicated input mismatch automatic recovery setting" after double input "Duplicated input mismatch automatic within the range from 0 to 1. discrepancy range error recovery setting".
  • Page 324 Mitsubishi representative. 3060H Module configuration error An error was detected with the Review the configuration for operating the R60AD8-G in SIL2 configuration check for operating the mode. R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. If the same error occurs again even after the module configuration review, the module may be in failure.
  • Page 325: Appendices (Sil2 Mode)

    List of I/O signals The following tables are lists of I/O signals for the R60AD8-G in SIL2 mode. • The I/O signals (X/Y) described below show the case that the start I/O number of the R60AD8-G is set to "0".
  • Page 326: Appendix 9 Buffer Memory

    Page 324 Details of buffer memory area The buffer memory area of the R60AD8-G is intended only for monitor data (data used for referring to the status of the R60AD8-G). Reading data is only allowed. Writing data is not allowed.
  • Page 327: Appendix 10I/O Conversion Characteristics

    Appendix 10 I/O Conversion Characteristics I/O conversion characteristics of A/D conversion shows the slope of a line between the offset value and gain value when an analog signal (voltage or current) from outside of the programmable controller is converted to a digital value. Offset value Analog input value (voltage or current) equivalent to the digital output value of 0 Gain value...
  • Page 328 Voltage input characteristics The following are list of analog input ranges for voltage input and graphs of each voltage input characteristics. digit digit 32767 32767 32000 32000 (3) (4) -768 -8000 -8768 -32000 -32000 -32768 -32768 5.096 digit: Digital operation value V: Analog input voltage (V) (a): Practical analog input range Input range setting...
  • Page 329 Current input characteristics The following are list of analog input ranges for current input and graphs for each current input characteristics. digit digit 32767 32767 32000 32000 -768 -8000 -8768 -32000 -32000 -32768 -32768 20.384 digit: Digital operation value I: Analog input current (mA) (a): Practical analog input range Input range setting Offset value...
  • Page 330: Appendix 11 Accuracy

    Accuracy in a SIL2 analog input system When the R60AD8-G is used in SIL2 mode, the R60AD8-G (Main) and R60AD8-G (Sub) are configured, and digital operation values obtained from these two modules are compared for evaluation. An allowable error in this evaluation is the accuracy in a SIL2 analog input system.
  • Page 331: Appendix 12Calculation Method Of Safety Response Time (Maximum Value)

    The safety response time is the maximum time taken from when a value satisfying a certain condition is detected in the safety analog input of the R60AD8-G set in SIL2 mode (intelligent device station (safety station)) until the safety output of the RY40PT5B set in SIL2 mode (intelligent device station (safety station)) turns off.
  • Page 332: Appendix 13Added Or Modified Function

    Appendix 13 Added or Modified Function This section describes the function added to or modified for the R60AD8-G. Addition/modification Firmware version Reference SIL2 mode "02" or later Page 220 OVERVIEW APPX Appendix 13 Added or Modified Function...
  • Page 333: Appendix 14External Dimensions

    Appendix 14 External Dimensions The following figure shows the external dimensions of the R60AD8-G. 27.8 (Unit: mm) APPX Appendix 14 External Dimensions...
  • Page 334: Index

    INDEX .....157 CH1 Minimum value ....162 CH1 Number of logging data .
  • Page 335 ....100 Refresh processing time ..... 99,296 Refresh settings .
  • Page 336: Revisions

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  • Page 337: 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 338 1. Limited Warranty and Product Support. a. Mitsubishi Electric Company ("MELCO") warrants that for a period of eighteen (18) months after date of delivery from the point of manufacture or one year from date of Customer's purchase, whichever is less, Mitsubishi programmable logic controllers (the "Products") will be free from defects in material and workmanship.
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