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CC-Link IE Field Network Remote IO-Link Module
User's Manual
-NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8
-SW1DNN-IOLCDTM-BD

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  • Page 1 CC-Link IE Field Network Remote IO-Link Module User's Manual -NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 -SW1DNN-IOLCDTM-BD...
  • 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 user's manual for the CPU module used.
  • Page 4 [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 5 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Individually ground the FG terminal of the programmable controller with a ground resistance of 100 ohms or less. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction. ● Check the rated voltage and terminal layout before wiring to the module, and connect the cables correctly.
  • Page 6 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not disassemble or modify the modules. Doing so may cause failure, malfunction, injury, or a fire. ● Do not drop or apply strong shock to the module. Doing so may damage the module. ●...
  • Page 7: 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 8: Introduction

    Please make sure that the end users read this manual. Relevant product NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 Unless otherwise specified, this manual provides program examples in which the remote I/O signals and the remote register of an IO-Link module are assigned as follows.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 10 IO-Link cyclic transmission function ............64 IO-Link transient communication function .
  • Page 11 List of remote I/O signals..............145 Details of remote input signals .
  • Page 12: Relevant Manuals

    [SH-081917ENG] (this manual) and troubleshooting of the IO-Link module e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool. e-Manual has the following features: • Required information can be cross-searched in multiple manuals.
  • Page 13: Terms

    An abbreviation for the CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module MELSOFT FieldDeviceConfigurator Configuration Tool, which is developed by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. MELSOFT FieldDeviceConfigurator complies with the FDT/DTM open standard and is used for parameter settings, maintenance, and adjustment of field devices as an FDT frame application.
  • Page 14 Term Description REMFR A generic term for JP.REMFR and ZP.REMFR Remote input (RX) Bit data input from a slave station to the master station (For some areas in a local station, data are input in the opposite direction.)  User's manual for the master/local module used Remote output (RY) Bit data output from the master station to a slave station (For some areas in a local station, data are output in the opposite direction.)
  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Part Names

    PART NAMES This section describes part names of the IO-Link module. (2) (6) (10) Name Application PORT1 connector for CC-Link IE Field Network (RJ45 connector) An Ethernet cable is connected. ( Page 37 Wiring of Ethernet cable) L ER LED •...
  • Page 16 Name Application Station number setting switch A rotary switch for setting station numbers and used for unit tests. • Page 29 Setting station number setting switches • Page 124 Unit Test Terminal block for module power A terminal block to connect the module power supply (24VDC) and FG supply and FG DIN rail hook A hook to mount an IO-Link module on a DIN rail...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the specifications of the IO-Link module. General Specifications Item Specifications Operating ambient 0 to 55 temperature Storage ambient -25 to 75 temperature Operating ambient 5 to 95%RH, non-condensing humidity Storage ambient humidity  Vibration resistance Compliant with JIS Frequency Constant Half amplitude...
  • Page 18: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 IO-Link module Item NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 Module type CC-Link IE Field Network Intelligent device station IO-Link IO-Link master Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (allowable voltage range 20.4 to 28.8VDC (24VDC -15 to +20%)) Insulation method...
  • Page 19 Item NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 IO-Link (sink input) Number of channels 8 channels max. mode Rated input current 2.5mA TYP. (for 24VDC) Input response time • 0ms • 1ms • 1.5ms • 5ms • 10ms (default value) • 20ms • 70ms ON voltage/ON current...
  • Page 20 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG Signal UNIT POWER Non-insulated name CABLE +24V Module power supply IO-Link Signal terminal block name +24V +24V External power supply Insulated IO-Link device (IO-Link sensor) IO-Link device (IO-Link sensor (DI supported)) Digital Internal SIO input...
  • Page 21 ■IO-Link terminal block 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 Pin number Signal name Pin number...
  • Page 22: Function List

    Function list This section lists the functions of IO-Link modules. IO-Link master functions Item Description Reference IO-Link cyclic transmission function Communicates process data periodically with the IO-Link device Page 64 IO-Link cyclic connected to each channel. transmission function IO-Link transient communication function Reads/writes parameters at any timing from/to the IO-Link device Page 66 IO-Link transient connected to each channel.
  • Page 23 CC-Link IE Field Network communication function Item Description Reference Cyclic transmission Periodically exchanges data among stations on the network using link Page 89 Cyclic transmission devices. An IO-Link module operates as an intelligent device station on the CC-Link IE Field Network. Transient transmission Reads or writes data on the IO-Link module in line with a dedicated Page 90 Transient transmission...
  • Page 24: Chapter 3 Procedures Before Operation

    PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION This chapter describes the procedures before operation. Station number setting Set the IO-Link module station number. Page 29 Setting station number setting switches Function setting switch setting Set the function setting switch. Page 30 Function setting switch setting Connection Mount the IO-Link module on the DIN rail.
  • Page 25 MEMO 3 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION...
  • Page 26: Chapter 4 System Configuration

     User's manual for the master/local module used Applicable Systems M_CommDTM-IOLink IODD IODD DTM Configurator DeviceDTM NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 (1) Personal computer (engineering tool/FDC) Applicable master station When using an IO-Link module, use the following products as a master station. Model First five digits of serial number...
  • Page 27 Ethernet cable For the specifications of the Ethernet cable, refer to the following.  User's manual for the master/local module used IO-Link cable For details on IO-Link cables, refer to the following. Page 35 Wiring with terminal block for module power supply and FG Available software The following software is available for settings and diagnostics of the IO-Link module.
  • Page 28: Chapter 5 Installation And Wiring

    INSTALLATION AND WIRING This section describes the installation and wiring of the IO-Link module. Before Using the I/O Link Module Precautions when using SIO (sink input) mode ■Measures against back EMF When connecting an inductive load, connect a diode in parallel with the load. Use the diode that satisfies the following conditions: •...
  • Page 29 ■Measures against reverse current In the following connections, a reverse current flows to the output element, which can cause failure. When wiring, set up diodes as the following figures show: • When connecting IO-Link modules in parallel Source type IO-Link module Load Load +24V...
  • Page 30 ■Measures against back EMF When connecting an inductive load, connect a diode in parallel with the load. Use the diode that satisfies the following conditions: • A reverse breakdown voltage is ten times as high as the circuit voltage or more. •...
  • Page 31: Setting Switch

    Setting Switch Setting station number setting switches Setting procedure Set the station number using the rotary switches on the front of the IO-Link module. The set value of the station number becomes valid when the module is powered on. Thus, set the station number while the module power is off. •...
  • Page 32: Function Setting Switch Setting

    Function setting switch setting Enable or disable the fast link-up function using the function setting switches on the front of the IO-Link module. The setting made by the function setting switches becomes valid when the module is powered on. Thus, set these switches while the module power is off.
  • Page 33: Installation Environment And Installation Position

    Installation Environment and Installation Position Installation environment Installation location Do not install the IO-Link module to the place under the following condition. • Ambient temperature is outside the range from 0 to 55; • Ambient humidity is outside the range from 5 to 95%RH; •...
  • Page 34: Installation Direction

    Installation direction The IO-Link module can be installed in six directions. Use a DIN rail to install the IO-Link module. Downward installation DIN rail Horizontal installation Vertical installation Horizontal installation (upside down) Upward installation 5 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 5.3 Installation Environment and Installation Position...
  • Page 35: Installation

    Installation Mounting the modules on a DIN rail An example of the use of the DIN rail stopper is described in the following procedure. Fix the module according to the manual of the DIN rail stopper used. Mounting procedure Pull down all DIN rail hooks on the back of the modules. The levers should be pulled down until they click.
  • Page 36 Slide the DIN rail stopper up to the left side of the modules. Hold the DIN rail stopper in the direction opposite to the arrow on the stopper and tighten the screw with a driver. Install the DIN rail stopper on the right side of the module in the same procedure.
  • Page 37: Wiring

    Wiring Wiring with terminal block for module power supply and FG Tightening torque Tighten the terminal block mounting screws within the following specified torque range. Tightening the screw too much may damage the IO-Link module case. Screw type Tightening torque range Terminal block mounting screw (M2.5 screw) 0.2 to 0.3Nm Wire to be used...
  • Page 38 Connecting and disconnecting the cable To connect the cable, fully insert a wire having a bar solderless terminal into a wire insertion opening. After inserting the wire, pull it lightly to check that it is securely clamped. A continuity check can be conducted using a test terminal (1). To disconnect the cable, push in the open/close button with a flathead screwdriver.
  • Page 39: Wiring Of Ethernet Cable

    Wiring of Ethernet cable Wiring method ■Installation method Turn off the power supplies of the IO-Link module and the external device. Push the Ethernet cable connector into the IO-Link module until it clicks. Pay attention to the direction of the connector. Power on the IO-Link module.
  • Page 40 Precautions ■Laying Ethernet cables • Place the Ethernet cable in a duct or clamp them. If not, dangling cable may swing or inadvertently be pulled, resulting in damage to the module or cables or malfunction due to poor contact. • Do not touch the core of the connector of the cable or the module, and protect it from dirt and dust. If any oil from your hand, or any dirt or dust sticks to the core, it can increase transmission loss, causing data link to fail.
  • Page 41: Wiring Of Io-link Terminal Block And External Devices

    Wiring of IO-Link terminal block and external devices Wire to be used The following describes the wire to be connected to the IO-Link terminal block. Diameter Type Material Temperature rating ■For +24V/24G/FG Core Copper wire 75 or more 20 to 16 AWG ■For CQ/L+/L-/DI 24 to 16 AWG *1 Use cables suitable for the current value used.
  • Page 42 ■Removal procedure Turn the lever to the release lever position and remove the terminal block from the module. ■Installation procedure Move the lever to the locking lever position and push the terminal block. If the terminal block is fully pushed in, the hook of the lever hangs on the module and fits the terminal block.
  • Page 43 For details on the finish shape of a bar solderless terminal including an error in processing, contact the manufacturers of the bar solderless terminal and the crimping tool. Signal names of the terminal block The following table shows signal names of the terminal block. +24V +24V Wiring to the terminal block...
  • Page 44 ■SIO (source output) mode wiring Pin4 Load Pin3  1 to 8 ■Using IO-Link devices that require power supplies for their multiple terminals Some models of IO-Link device require power supplies for their multiple terminals. Using IO-Link devices that require power supplies for two terminals Pin1 Pin4 Pin3...
  • Page 45: Chapter 6 Parameter Setting

    PARAMETER SETTING This chapter describes the procedure for setting parameters of the IO-Link module. CC-Link IE Field Network Parameter Setting Set the parameter of the IO-Link module with the network parameter written to the CPU module of the CC-Link IE Field Network master station.
  • Page 46 Precautions ■Precautions before parameter settings For the precautions before parameter settings, refer to the following.  GX Works3 Operating Manual  GX Works2 Version 1 Operating Manual (Common) ■Precautions for parameter settings • When using the IO-Link module, always enable the station-based block data assurance. When it is disabled, correct operation of the IO-Link module cannot be guaranteed.
  • Page 47: Io-link Module Parameter Setting

    IO-Link Module Parameter Setting This section describes the procedure for setting parameters of IO-Link module via the engineering tool. Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station"...
  • Page 48 Click the [Execute Parameter Processing] button, and the following window is displayed. Click the [Yes] button. The parameters are written to the IO-Link module. Select [Close with Reflecting the Setting] to exit the network configuration setting. • To read the parameter from the IO-Link module, set "Method selection" to "Read Parameters" and click the [Execute Parameter Processing] button.
  • Page 49 Precautions When the following message is displayed, take corrective action for the error code in < >. For details on the error code, refer to the following. Page 134 List of error codes and the warning codes  User's manual for the master/local module used 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.2 IO-Link Module Parameter Setting...
  • Page 50: Changing The Io-link Module Parameters

    Changing the IO-Link Module Parameters This section describes the procedure for changing the parameter. The precautions for changing the parameter are the same as those in the following section. Page 43 CC-Link IE Field Network Parameter Setting Changing the network configuration When changing the network configuration diverting the created project, set the parameter in the following procedure.
  • Page 51 Set "Method selection" to "Read Parameters". Click the [Execute Parameter Processing] button, and the following window is displayed. Click the [Yes] button. The parameters are read from the IO-Link module. Set "Method selection" to "Write Parameters". 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.3 Changing the IO-Link Module Parameters...
  • Page 52 Set "Write Value". The following are the procedure. • Click the title cell of "Read Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 53 Set the refresh parameter. Change the value as necessary. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Refresh Settings] Click the [Apply] button. Write the set parameters to the CPU module of the master station and reset the CPU module. Change the status of the CPU module of the master station to RUN.
  • Page 54 Changing the parameter without changing the network configuration To change only the created module parameter of the slave station without changing the network configuration, set the parameter in the following procedure. Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window] ...
  • Page 55 Set "Method selection" to "Write Parameters". Set "Write Value". The following are the procedure. • Click the title cell of "Read Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 56: Io-link Device Parameter Setting

    IO-Link Device Parameter Setting Using CommDTM for IO-Link in FDC, IO-Link device parameters can be read or written and data can be monitored via the IO- Link module. In addition, multiple IO-Link devices can be managed from one place. IODD can be converted to Device DTM using IODD DTM Configurator.
  • Page 57 Click the [Update] button to start the update of the DTM catalog. Create an FDC project. Page 59 Creation procedure Add M_CommDTM-IOLink to the created FDC project. Import the communication setting of M_CommDTM-IOLink from GX Works3. Page 60 Procedure for adding M_CommDTM-IOLink Page 61 Procedure for configuring communication setting with M_CommDTM-IOLink The connected IO-Link device is automatically detected.
  • Page 58 IO-Link device is detected. Write the parameter of the connected IO-Link device. Page 63 Procedure for setting the IO-Link device parameter 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 59: Conversion Procedure Of Iodd

    Conversion procedure of IODD The following describes how to convert IODD. Conversion procedure Start IODD DTM Configurator. Device DTM already converted to IODD is listed on the window. Click the [Add IODD ...] button. Select the XML file of IODD to be read, and click the [Open] button. 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 60 Check that IODD is added properly and click the [Close] button to exit. 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 61: Creation Procedure Of Fdc Project

    Creation procedure of FDC project The following describes how to create an FDC project. Creation procedure Open the "New Project" window from the menu. [Project]  [New] Enter the FDC project name, and click the [OK] button. 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 62: Procedure For Adding M_commdtm-iolink

    Procedure for adding M_CommDTM-IOLink The following describes how to add M_CommDTM-IOLink. Addition procedure Select M_CommDTM-IOLink from the DTM catalog, and click the [OK] button. FDC project tree  [MyNetwork]  Right-click  [Add DTM] M_CommDTM-IOLink is added to the FDC project. 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 63: Procedure For Configuring Communication Setting With M_commdtm-iolink

    Procedure for configuring communication setting with M_CommDTM-IOLink The following describes how to import the communication setting of M_CommDTM-IOLink from GX Works3. Communication setting procedure Import the communication setting of M_CommDTM-IOLink from the connection destination specification and the network configuration setting information of GX Works3. Double-click M_CommDTM-IOLink to display the M_CommDTM-IOLink window.
  • Page 64 Precautions The import function can be used only when FDC is started from GX Works3. When FDC is started directly, the import function is disabled, and therefore the communication setting needs to be configured from FDC separately. 6 PARAMETER SETTING 6.4 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 65: Procedure For Setting The Io-link Device Parameter

    Procedure for setting the IO-Link device parameter The following describes how to set the IO-Link device parameter. Setting procedure Make the online connection between the personal computer and the IO-link device. FDC project tree  Right-click on the Device DTM node of the control target  [Go Online] Configure the parameter setting of the IO-Link device.
  • Page 66: Chapter 7 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the details of the functions available in the IO-Link module, and the setting procedures for those functions. For details on remote I/O signals and remote register, refer to the following. Page 145 Remote I/O Signals Page 151 Remote Register IO-Link Master Functions IO-Link cyclic transmission function This function communicates process data periodically with the IO-Link device connected to each channel.
  • Page 67 Function combinations The following shows a list of operations of the function combinations that deal with input process data. Parameter setting Swap operation Bit segment operation Input data masking operation When "Number of Slicings" is 0 Input process data that has been No operation.
  • Page 68: Io-link Transient Communication Function

    IO-Link transient communication function This function reads/writes IO-Link device parameters from/to the IO-Link device connected to each channel. Also, this function reads/writes any IO-Link device parameters using the module FB or FDC. Page 67 IO-Link device setting automatic upload/download function Page 186 IO-Link device parameter manual upload command Page 186 IO-Link device parameter manual upload completed Page 54 IO-Link Device Parameter Setting...
  • Page 69: Io-link Device Setting Automatic Upload/download Function

    IO-Link device setting automatic upload/download function This function saves the parameters of IO-Link device connected to each channel in the IO-Link module. When the IO-Link devices are replaced, this function allows new IO-Link devices to inherit the IO Link device parameters that have been stored in the old IO-Link devices.
  • Page 70 Execution conditions The following shows the conditions for automatic uploading and downloading of IO-Link device parameters. Conditions Processing operation IO-Link device Device validation Device validation result During processing of During processing of parameters on non- setting IO-Link device IO-Link device volatile memory connections parameter changes...
  • Page 71 Manual uploading Parameters can be uploaded manually using "Manual upload" of "Command Execution of Slave Station" of the engineering tool. Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station"...
  • Page 72: Io-link Device Validation Function

    IO-Link device validation function This function validates compatibility and identity of the IO-Link device connected to each channel. This function can be used to recognize connection with unintended IO-Link devices when replacing IO-Link devices. Check that the connected IO-Link device is an intended one. If not, review the connection or set "0: Do not validate" to "Device Validation Setting"...
  • Page 73 Setting method Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station].
  • Page 74 Reading of device validation data Device validation data of the IO-Link device held by the IO-Link module and device validation data of the IO-Link device currently connected to the IO-Link module can be checked using "Read Device Validation Data" of "Command Execution of Slave Station"...
  • Page 75: Disconnection Detection Function

    Disconnection detection function This function detects disconnection if communication with an IO-Link device is lost in IO-Link mode. • Disconnections are detected even if an IO-Link device is not connected to a channel operating in IO-Link mode. • To disable disconnection detection when replacing an IO-Link device with another IO-Link or an SIO device while the IO-Link module power is on, select the target channel in "Start Device Changeout"...
  • Page 76: Input Data Masking Function

    Input data masking function This function calculates ON/OFF values in IO-Link (standard) mode according to the input process data. With this function, changes in a specified bit of input process data can be detected easily. Operation mode This function is enabled only in IO-Link (standard) mode. Description Any bit from the first two bytes of input process data will be masked.
  • Page 77 Setting method Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station].
  • Page 78: Swap Function

    Swap function This function swaps the upper and lower bytes of data sent and received between the IO-Link module and the IO-Link device connected to each channel. With this function, there is no need to program an operation to swap the upper and lower bytes when using an IO-Link device that handles the upper and lower bytes in reverse.
  • Page 79 When the swap function is disabled (1) Structure of IO-Link device input process data byte0 byte1 byte2 (2) CPU module device b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 (3) Input process data (1st word) (4) Input process data (2nd word) Parameter...
  • Page 80: Bit Segment Function

    Bit segment function This function segments input process data using the bit count set for each channel. The bit segment function can be used to segment continuous input process data into data units. This function eliminates the necessity to perform tasks such as using a program to extract specified bits. Description This function segments input process data into bits.
  • Page 81 Segmented values are stored as follows. • Alarm values are stored in CH1 Input process data (1st word) (RWr4). 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 • Parameter values are stored in CH1 Input process data (2nd word) (RWr5). 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 •...
  • Page 82 Setting method Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station].
  • Page 83: Io-link Communication Retry Count Integration Function

    IO-Link communication retry count integration function This function counts the number of IO-Link communication retries for each channel. With this function, the number of IO-Link communication retries can be checked when the IO-Link frame cannot be received properly from IO-Link devices. This function can diagnose the quality of IO-Link communication.
  • Page 84 Method for clearing the IO-Link communication retry count Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module ...
  • Page 85: Input Function

    Input Function Input OFF delay function This function turns off an X signal after a predetermined time passed from when an actual input becomes off from on. With the input OFF delay function, even an input whose ON time is shorter than that of the link scan can be surely recognized on a program.
  • Page 86 When the input OFF delay function is disabled External input device connected to an CQ1 terminal Sends OFF. [IO-Link module] Send Send Send Link scan time Link scan time Link scan time Link scan time Link scan time Link scan time [Master station] Cannot recognize ON.
  • Page 87: Input Response Time Setting Function

    Input response time setting function This function prevents an incorrect input due to noise by setting the response time until the module recognizes an actual input as the X signal. Although tolerance to chattering and noise will increase with longer input response times, response to input signals will be slowed.
  • Page 88 Precautions The IO-Link module may capture noise as an input depending on the input response time setting. The pulse width which is taken in as an input varies depending on the input response time set in parameters. To set the input response time, consider fully the operating environment.
  • Page 89: Output Function

    Output Function Number of output ON times integration function The number of ON times of each output point is counted within the range of 0 to 2147483647. The integration value remains even though the IO-Link module is powered off. Operation modes and data This function is enabled only in the following operation modes and with the following data.
  • Page 90: Output On/off Information Hold Function

    Output ON/OFF information hold function This function checks if the output has been turned once on or off. Operation mode This function is enabled only in the following operation modes and with the following data. • SIO (source output) mode Output ON information Output ON information is stored in CH...
  • Page 91: Cc-link Ie Field Network Communication Function

    CC-Link IE Field Network Communication Function Cyclic transmission This function periodically exchanges data among stations on the network using link devices. An IO-Link module operates as an intelligent device station on the CC-Link IE Field Network. The status of the master station link devices (RY, RWw) is output to the IO-Link module external devices, and the status of input from the IO-Link module external devices are stored in the master station link devices (RX, RWr).
  • Page 92: Transient Transmission

    Transient transmission This function reads or writes data on the IO-Link module in line with a dedicated instruction from the master station. The IO-Link module uses the REMFR instruction or REMTO instruction to perform transient transmission. Data that can be read and written in transient transmission The following table lists the IO-Link module data that can be read and written in transient transmission on the CC-Link IE Field Network.
  • Page 93: Fast Link-up Function

    Fast link-up function This function shortens the time taken for data link establishment with the master station at power-on. With this function, the time to change tools can be shortened in the system with a tool change mechanism (such as a tool changer) for tools that can be installed at the end of an industrial robot arm.
  • Page 94 Setting method Set the fast link-up function using the function setting switch. ( Page 30 Function setting switch setting) Whether this function is enabled or disabled depends on the status of the function setting switch at the startup of the IO-Link module.
  • Page 95 Description • Simultaneously power on all IO-Link modules in the tool-side system. ( Page 93 Operation) • Connect to a different tool one second after the master station detects that the previously used tool has been disconnected. ( Page 93 Operation) ■Setting Enable the fast link-up function for the ports to be connected each other.
  • Page 96: Output Hold/clear Setting Function

    Output HOLD/CLEAR setting function Whether to hold or clear the last SIO output and output process data can be set when the IO-Link module is disconnected from data link or when the CPU module operating status is STOP. • HOLD: Outputs the last output process data or SIO output •...
  • Page 97 Setting method Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Parameter Processing of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station].
  • Page 98: Event Acquisition Function

    Event Acquisition Function This function notifies of IO-Link device events upon sending of event data from the IO-Link device to the IO-Link module. As with the IO-Link module event history, the event history can be checked using "Command Execution of Slave Station". (...
  • Page 99: Protection Function

    Protection Function The overload protection function and overheat protection function protect the internal circuit from overcurrent and its heat. The overload protection function and the overheat protection function do not protect external devices but protect the internal circuit of the module. A problem on a load may raise the internal temperature of the module, causing deterioration in output elements and discoloration on the case and the printed-circuit board.
  • Page 100: External Power Supply Monitoring Function

    External Power Supply Monitoring Function This function monitors the ON/OFF status of the external power supplies of IO-Link modules. When an external power supply turns off, an external power supply OFF error (error code: 3006H) occurs. An external power supply OFF error (error code: 3006H) occurs also when the power-on of the external power supply is not detected within five seconds after the IO-Link module is powered on.
  • Page 101: Device Replacement Function

    Device Replacement Function This function enables device replacement while the power of the IO-Link module is on. With this function, IO-Link devices can be replaced without disconnections being detected. For the IO-Link device replacement procedure, refer to the following. Page 188 IO-Link Device Replacement Procedure Device replacement When the connected device is an IO-Link device Provided below is the explanation of the following two cases.
  • Page 102 When the connected device is an SIO device Provided below is the explanation of the following two cases. • When replacing a connected SIO device with another SIO device • When replacing a connected SIO device with an IO-Link device ■Before replacement Specify the target channel using "Start Device Changeout"...
  • Page 103 Device replacement start procedure Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Command Execution of Slave Station].
  • Page 104 Device replacement completion procedure Operating procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Basic Settings]  [Network Configuration Settings] Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station" window. From the list of stations, select an IO-Link module  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Command Execution of Slave Station].
  • Page 105: Chapter 8 Function Block (fb)

    FUNCTION BLOCK (FB) This chapter describes function blocks (FB). Using function blocks (FB) reduces a load of the user programming and improves the readability of the program. Module function block Module function block is POU that can be used with GX Works3. For details, refer to the following.
  • Page 106 MEMO 8 FUNCTION BLOCK (FB)
  • Page 107: Chapter 9 Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter describes the programming of the IO-Link module. Precautions for Programming This section describes precautions to create CC-Link IE Field Network programs. Cyclic transmission program For a cyclic transmission program, interlock with the following link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW). •...
  • Page 108: Example Of Program To Communicate With An Io-link Device

    • Input module: RX40C7 (start I/O number: 0020H to 002FH) • Output module: RY40NT5P (start I/O number: 0030H to 003FH) (2) Slave station (network No.1, station No.1) • IO-Link module: NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 (3) IO-Link device (CH1) 9 PROGRAMMING 9.2 Example of Program to Communicate with an IO-Link Device...
  • Page 109 ■Assignment of link devices X1000 · · · X102F RX2F RX2F Y1000 · · · Y102F RY2F RY2F W100 RWr0 RWr0 · · · W183 RWr83 RWr83 W300 RWw0 RWw0 · · · W383 RWw83 RWw83 (1) CC-Link IE Field Network master station (2) CC-Link IE Field Network slave station (3) CPU module (4) Master/local module...
  • Page 110 Initial setting description The following table lists the initial settings of the IO-Link module. Item Setting value Individual Station Input Response Time Setting 5: 10ms Parameters Output HOLD/CLEAR Setting 0: CLEAR Individual Module Operation Mode 1: IO-Link(Standard)Mode Parameters CH1 Device Validation Setting 0: Do not validate Input Data Mask 0x0000...
  • Page 111 Setting parameters Connect an engineering tool to the CPU module and set parameters. Configure the CPU module in the following way. [Project]  [New] Click [OK] button on the following window to add a module label of the CPU module. Configure the CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module in the following way.
  • Page 112 Click [OK] button on the following window to add a module label of the CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module. Configure "Required Settings" of "Module Parameter" in the following way. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [Module Information]  [RJ71GF11-T2]  [Required Settings] Configure the network in the following way.
  • Page 113 Set "Method selection" to "Write Parameters". Set "Write Value". The following are the procedure. • Click the title cell of "Initial Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 114 Write the set parameter to the CPU module of the master station, and reset the CPU module or turn off and on the power supply. [Online]  [Write to PLC] In this example, default settings are used for parameters other than the above. For details on parameters, refer to the following.
  • Page 115 9 PROGRAMMING 9.2 Example of Program to Communicate with an IO-Link Device...
  • Page 116 (6) Processing of measured values from the IO-Link device connected to CH1. (22), (27), (29), (31), and (33)Processing performed in the event of an error. 9 PROGRAMMING 9.2 Example of Program to Communicate with an IO-Link Device...
  • Page 117: Example Of Program To Communicate With Sio Device

    • Input module: RX40C7 (start I/O number: 0020H to 002FH) • Output module: RY40NT5P (start I/O number: 0030H to 003FH) (2) Slave station (network No.1, station No.1) • IO-Link module: NZ2GF2S-60IOLD8 (3) SIO device (CH1: switch, CH8: lamp) ■Assignment of link devices The assignment of link devices is the same as the example of the program to communicate with an IO-Link device.
  • Page 118 Initial setting description The following table lists the initial settings of the IO-Link module. Item Setting value Individual Station Input Response Time Setting 5: 10ms Parameters Output HOLD/CLEAR Setting 0: CLEAR Individual Module Operation Mode 4: SIO(Sync Input)Mode Parameters CH1 Device Validation Setting 0: Do not validate Input Data Mask...
  • Page 119 Program example Classification Label name Description Device Module label RCPU.stSM.Always_ON Always ON SM400 GF11_1.bSts_DataLinkError Own station data link error status SB0049 GF11_1.bnSts_DataLinkError_Station[1] Data link status (each station) (station No.1) SW00B0.0 Defined labels Define global labels as follows. 9 PROGRAMMING 9.3 Example of Program to Communicate with SIO Device...
  • Page 120 (6) Processing of measured values from SIO devices connected to CH1 and CH8. (10), (15), (17), (19), and (21)Processing performed in the event of an error. 9 PROGRAMMING 9.3 Example of Program to Communicate with SIO Device...
  • Page 121: Chapter 10 Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION The IO-Link module has no special item to be inspected. However, to maintain the best condition of the system, perform the inspection in accordance with the items described in the user's manual of the CPU module used. 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 122 MEMO 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 123: Chapter 11 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes error contents that may occur while the IO-Link module is used and how to troubleshoot. 11.1 Checking the LEDs This section describes how to troubleshoot the system by the LEDs. When the PW LED does not turn on Check item Action Is any LED other than the PW LED turned on?
  • Page 124 When the D LINK LED turns off Check item Action Is the IO-Link module connected to the network and operating properly? Refer to the troubleshooting for when the LINK LED is off. ( Page 123 When the LINK LED is off) Are 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables used? Replace the cable with a 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cable.
  • Page 125 When the L ER LED turns on Check item Action Are Ethernet cables normal? • Check that 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables are used. ( User's manual for the master/local module used) • Check that the station-to-station distance is 100m or less. •...
  • Page 126: Unit Test

    11.2 Unit Test Check for an IO-Link module hardware failure. Operating procedure Power off the IO-Link module and external power supply. Connect the PORT1 and PORT2 connectors of the IO-Link module with an Ethernet cable. Set the station number setting switch as follows. •...
  • Page 127: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    11.3 Troubleshooting by Symptom This section describes troubleshooting by symptom. Perform troubleshooting by symptom when the IO-Link module does not operate properly even though no errors exist on the IO-Link module. If an error occurs on the IO-Link module, identify the cause of the error using the engineering tool. When process data cannot be written in IO-Link mode Check item Action...
  • Page 128 When the ON/OFF status of an external input cannot be read in SIO mode Check item Action Does the CH LED of the relevant channel of the IO-Link module turn on If the LED does not turn on, there is a problem on the input wiring. when the external input device turns on? Check the wiring confirming that the input wiring is not disconnected or short- circuited, or the voltage of the input signal is correct.
  • Page 129: Examples Of Troubles With Io-link Modules

    11.4 Examples of Troubles with IO-Link Modules Troubleshooting for input circuit This section describes the troubleshooting for input circuit. A signal incorrectly inputs data ■Cause Noise is taken as input data. ■Action • To prevent excessive noise, avoid installing power cables together with I/O cables. •...
  • Page 130 When output is turned on, load connected to other outputs is turned on simultaneously ■Cause When a non-wiring state occurs due to, for example, a shutoff or disconnection between 0V of the external power supply and the common of a load, a current flows across the load that is off through an unexpected circuit of the output element that is off. Continuous use in the following state may cause failure.
  • Page 131: Checking For The Error Codes And The Warning Codes

    11.5 Checking for the Error Codes and the Warning Codes Error codes can be checked by any of the following methods: Page 129 Checking by executing a command of the slave station Page 131 Checking by Error code (RWr1) Warning codes can be checked by any of the following methods: Page 129 Checking by executing a command of the slave station Page 131 Checking by Warning code (RWr2) Reading of error history from CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics is not supported.
  • Page 132 Set "Method selection" to "Read Current Errors" and click the [Execute] button. Follow the instructions displayed in the window, and the current error of the IO-Link module will be displayed in "Execution Result". Displayed items Item Contents Error Information and Troubleshooting Procedure The action for the error is displayed.
  • Page 133 Checking by Error code (RWr1) Check the latest error code with the remote register of the master/local module. When the refresh target device for Error code (RWr1) is W101 Operating procedure [Online]  [Monitor]  [Device/Buffer Memory Batch Monitor] Window Checking by Warning code (RWr2) Check the latest warning code with the remote register of the master/local module.
  • Page 134: Method For Checking The Event History

    11.6 Method for Checking the Event History The event history can be checked using "Command Execution of Slave Station". Operating procedure Select the IO-Link module in List of stations in the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. Open the "Command Execution of Slave Station" window. [CC IE Field Configuration] ...
  • Page 135 Follow the instructions displayed in the window, and the event history of the IO-Link module will be displayed in "Execution Result". Displayed items Item Contents Event Information Details of the event and corrective actions are displayed. Sequence No. Events are displayed in order of occurrence. (A value between 0 and 65535 is stored.) Counting starts from 1 and goes up to 65535 before resetting to 0.
  • Page 136: Error Codes And Warning Codes

    11.7 Error Codes and Warning Codes This section describes error codes and warning codes. If an error not described in this manual occurs on an IO-Link device, refer to the manual of the IO-Link device used. List of error codes and the warning codes The error codes and warning codes are classified into the following three types.
  • Page 137 Error code Classificati Error name Description and Action Errors detectable in each (hexadecimal) cause operation mode     1809H Minor error Revision ID not A non-supported device Change the device to an IO- supported was connected. Link device with a Revision ID of 1.1 or less.
  • Page 138 Error code Classificati Error name Description and Action Errors detectable in each (hexadecimal) cause operation mode     180EH Minor error Temperature rise error The temperature of the Check the wiring of the power (160 or higher) channel has exceeded supply and relevant channels, an error level.
  • Page 139 Error code Classificati Error name Description and Action Errors detectable in each (hexadecimal) cause operation mode     3009H Moderate Non-volatile memory An error was detected in Check IO-Link device error error (IO-Link device the IO-Link device parameters for channels in parameters) parameters stored on which parameters were...
  • Page 140 Error code Classificati Error name Description and Action Errors detectable in each (hexadecimal) cause operation mode     3E0BH Major error Hardware failure A hardware failure has Implement measures to occurred. reduce noise and reset. If the same error is shown again, a module hardware failure may exist.
  • Page 141 Error code Classificati Error name Description and Action Errors detectable in each (hexadecimal) cause operation mode     3E17H Major error Hardware failure A hardware failure has Implement measures to occurred. reduce noise and reset. If the same error is shown again, a module hardware failure may exist.
  • Page 142 Error code details Regarding the following error codes and warning codes, additional error information is stored in the error code details. Error code Classification Error code details 1 Error code details 2 Error code details 3 (hexadecimal) 1806H Minor error Channel where error 0 (fixed) 0 (fixed)
  • Page 143 ■Parameter where error detected Value of the ID with which an error was detected is stored. Stored value Parameter 00E0H Revision ID 00E1H Vendor ID or device ID 00E2H Serial number ■Error type Type of the detected error is stored. Stored value Type 00F0H...
  • Page 144: Event History List

    11.8 Event History List This section lists the events saved by the IO-Link module. System Event code (hexadecimal) Overview Cause 00400H Power-on/reset clear The module was powered on or reset. 00510H Data link restart (cyclic transmission start) Own station data link resumed. 00600H Successful downloading of IO-Link device IO-Link device parameters were downloaded...
  • Page 145 Detailed information Regarding the following event history, additional event information is stored in the error code details. Event code Type Detailed information 1 Detailed information 2 Detailed information 3 (hexadecimal)   00600H System Relevant channel 00601H System Relevant channel ...
  • Page 146 ■Data link stop cause Value of the data link stop cause is stored. Stored value Cause 0001H Stop instruction issued 0002H Monitoring time timeout 0010H Parameters not received 0011H Own station No. out of range 0012H Own station reserved specification 0013H Own station number duplication 0016H...
  • Page 147: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 Remote I/O Signals This section lists I/O signals for a master/local module. Remote input (RX) indicates the input signal from the IO-Link module to the master/local module. Remote output (RY) indicates the output signal from the master/local module to the IO-Link module. The remote I/O signals of the IO-Link module are assigned as shown below.
  • Page 148 Signal direction: IO-Link module  Master/local module Device No. Signal name IO-Link (standard) mode IO-Link (sink input) mode SIO (sink input) mode SIO (source output) mode RX20 CH1 IO-Link device connection status flag Use prohibited RX21 CH2 IO-Link device connection status flag RX22 CH3 IO-Link device connection status flag RX23...
  • Page 149: Details Of Remote Input Signals

    Details of remote input signals Data masking result ■Device number, remote input signal name Device No. Name CH1 Data masking result CH2 Data masking result CH3 Data masking result CH4 Data masking result CH5 Data masking result CH6 Data masking result CH7 Data masking result CH8 Data masking result ■Description...
  • Page 150 Input data invalid flag ■Device number, remote input signal name Device No. Name CH1 Input data invalid flag CH2 Input data invalid flag CH3 Input data invalid flag CH4 Input data invalid flag CH5 Input data invalid flag CH6 Input data invalid flag CH7 Input data invalid flag CH8 Input data invalid flag ■Description...
  • Page 151 IO-Link device status flag ■Device number, remote input signal name Device No. Name RX20 CH1 IO-Link device connection status flag RX21 CH2 IO-Link device connection status flag RX22 CH3 IO-Link device connection status flag RX23 CH4 IO-Link device connection status flag RX24 CH5 IO-Link device connection status flag RX25...
  • Page 152: Details Of Remote Output Signals

    Details of remote output signals CQ output signal ■Device number, remote output signal name Device No. Name CH1 CQ output signal CH2 CQ output signal CH3 CQ output signal CH4 CQ output signal CH5 CQ output signal CH6 CQ output signal CH7 CQ output signal CH8 CQ output signal ■Description...
  • Page 153: Appendix 2 Remote Register

    Appendix 2 Remote Register This section lists the remote register for a master/local module. The following shows an assignment example of remote register with the remote register of the IO-Link module assigned to RWr0 to RWr83 and RWw0 to RWw83. The remote register is assigned in station-based units.
  • Page 154 Signal direction: IO-Link module  Master/local module Device No. Name IO-Link (standard) mode IO-Link (sink input) mode SIO (sink input) mode SIO (source output) mode RWr74 CH8 Input process data (1st word) Use prohibited CH8 Output information RWr75 CH8 Input process data (2nd word) Use prohibited ...
  • Page 155 Remote register (RWw) Signal direction: Master/local module  IO-Link module Device Name number IO-Link (standard) mode IO-Link (sink input) mode SIO (sink input) mode SIO (source output) mode RWw0 Module operation area RWw1 to Use prohibited RWw3 RWw4 CH1 Output process data (1st word) Use prohibited CH1 Output information operation flag...
  • Page 156: Details Of Remote Register

    Details of remote register Module status area ■Device number, remote register name Device No. Name RWr0 Module status area ■Details of module status area Module status area Name RWr0.b0 to RWr0.b9 Use prohibited RWr0.b10 Error status flag RWr0.b11 Remote READY RWr0.b12 Warning status flag RWr0.b13 to RWr0.b15...
  • Page 157 • When a major error occurs Controlled by the IO-Link module Controlled by the program Current error data 1 to 16 0000H (Error code) (address: 2B00H to 2BFFH) Error status flag (RWr0.b10) Error clear request flag (RWw0.b10) Remote READY (RWr0.b11) (1) Occurrence of an error (2) When a major error has occurred, current error data is not cleared even if an error clear request is issued.
  • Page 158 Error code ■Device number, remote register name Device No. Name RWr1 Error code ■Description An error code is stored when a moderate error or major error occurs (excluding a watchdog timer error). Turning on Error clear request flag (RWw0.b10) after eliminating the cause of the error clears the error code. While a moderate error is occurring, the latest error code will not be overwritten by any new moderate errors that may occur.
  • Page 159 Output information ■Device number, remote register name Device No. Name RWr4 CH1 Output information RWr14 CH2 Output information RWr24 CH3 Output information RWr34 CH4 Output information RWr44 CH5 Output information RWr54 CH6 Output information RWr64 CH7 Output information RWr74 CH8 Output information ■Details of output information Output information Name...
  • Page 160 ■Output OFF information Whether the external output has been turned off or not can be checked with Output OFF information (RWr4.b1). Output OFF information (RWr4.b1) can be cleared using Output OFF information clear request (RWw4.b1). ( Page 160 Output OFF information clear request) Controlled by the program Controlled by the IO-Link module CH1 Digital output (RY1)
  • Page 161 Module operation area ■Device number, remote register name Device No. Name RWw0 Module operation area ■Details of module operation area Module operation area Name RWw0.b0 to RWw0.b9 Use prohibited RWw0.b10 Error clear request flag RWw0.b11 to RWw0.b15 Use prohibited ■Error clear request flag (RWw0.b10) Use to clear Error status flag (RWr0.b10), Error code (RWr1), and corresponding moderate errors for Current error data 1 to 16 (address: 2B00H to 2BFFH).
  • Page 162 Output information operation flag ■Device number, remote register name Device No. Name RWw4 CH1 Output information operation flag RWw14 CH2 Output information operation flag RWw24 CH3 Output information operation flag RWw34 CH4 Output information operation flag RWw44 CH5 Output information operation flag RWw54 CH6 Output information operation flag RWw64...
  • Page 163: Appendix 3 Remote Buffer Memory

    Appendix 3 Remote Buffer Memory This section describes remote buffer memory. Remote buffer memory is partitioned into parameter areas, monitor areas, event information areas, and module control data areas by addresses. • Do not read/write data from/to any "Use prohibited" remote buffer memory areas. Doing so may cause an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction.
  • Page 164 Parameter area ■Station-based parameter data : Available, : Not available Address Name Default Read Write value Decimal Hexadecimal IO-Link IO-Link (sink SIO (sink SIO (source (standard) input) mode input) mode output) mode mode   5376 1500H Input response time setting 0005H 5377 1501H...
  • Page 165 Monitoring area ■Station-based monitor data : Available, : Not available Address Name Default Read Write value Decimal Hexadecimal IO-Link IO-Link (sink SIO (sink SIO (source (standard) input) mode input) mode output) mode mode 10240 2800H Use prohibited    ...
  • Page 166 Address Name Default Read Write value Decimal Hexadecimal IO-Link IO-Link (sink SIO (sink SIO (source (standard) input) mode input) mode output) mode mode     10656, 10657 29A0H, 29A1H CH2 Number of output ON times integration value  ...
  • Page 167 Event information area ■Station-based current error data : Available, : Not available Address Name Default Read Write value Decimal Hexadecimal IO-Link IO-Link (sink SIO (sink SIO (source (standard) input) mode input) mode output) mode mode 11008 to 11023 2B00H to Current error data 1 ...
  • Page 168 Module control data area ■Station-based control data : Available, : Not available Address Name Default Read Write value Decimal Hexadecimal IO-Link IO-Link (sink SIO (sink SIO (source (standard) input) mode input) mode output) mode mode   11520 2D00H Event history clear command 11521 2D01H Event history clear completed...
  • Page 169: Details Of Remote Buffer Memory Addresses

    Details of remote buffer memory addresses This section describes the details of remote buffer memory addresses of the IO-Link module. Input response time setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1500H Input response time setting ■Description The input response time of the IO-Link module is set. Setting value Input response time 1.0ms...
  • Page 170 Operation mode setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1700H CH1 Operation mode setting 1800H CH2 Operation mode setting 1900H CH3 Operation mode setting 1A00H CH4 Operation mode setting 1B00H CH5 Operation mode setting 1C00H CH6 Operation mode setting 1D00H CH7 Operation mode setting 1E00H CH8 Operation mode setting...
  • Page 171 Device validation setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1703H CH1 Device validation setting 1803H CH2 Device validation setting 1903H CH3 Device validation setting 1A03H CH4 Device validation setting 1B03H CH5 Device validation setting 1C03H CH6 Device validation setting 1D03H CH7 Device validation setting 1E03H CH8 Device validation setting...
  • Page 172 Input data masking setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1706H CH1 Input data masking setting 1806H CH2 Input data masking setting 1906H CH3 Input data masking setting 1A06H CH4 Input data masking setting 1B06H CH5 Input data masking setting 1C06H CH6 Input data masking setting 1D06H...
  • Page 173 Event acquisition setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1708H CH1 Event acquisition setting 1808H CH2 Event acquisition setting 1908H CH3 Event acquisition setting 1A08H CH4 Event acquisition setting 1B08H CH5 Event acquisition setting 1C08H CH6 Event acquisition setting 1D08H CH7 Event acquisition setting 1E08H CH8 Event acquisition setting...
  • Page 174 Bit segment setting ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 1709H to 1719H CH1 Bit segment setting 1809H to 1819H CH2 Bit segment setting 1909H to 1919H CH3 Bit segment setting 1A09H to 1A19H CH4 Bit segment setting 1B09H to 1B19H CH5 Bit segment setting 1C09H to 1C19H CH6 Bit segment setting...
  • Page 175 Fast link-up setting status flag ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2801H Fast link-up setting status flag ■Description The setting status of the fast link-up function is stored. The setting status of the fast link-up function depends on the status of the function setting switch at power-on.
  • Page 176 Device validation data ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2902H to 290DH CH1 Device validation data 290EH to 2919H CH2 Device validation data 291AH to 2925H CH3 Device validation data 2926H to 2931H CH4 Device validation data 2932H to 293DH CH5 Device validation data 293EH to 2949H CH6 Device validation data...
  • Page 177 Operation mode status ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2982H CH1 Operation mode status 2983H CH2 Operation mode status 2984H CH3 Operation mode status 2985H CH4 Operation mode status 2986H CH5 Operation mode status 2987H CH6 Operation mode status 2988H CH7 Operation mode status 2989H CH8 Operation mode status...
  • Page 178 Cycle time status ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2992H CH1 Cycle time status 2993H CH2 Cycle time status 2994H CH3 Cycle time status 2995H CH4 Cycle time status 2996H CH5 Cycle time status 2997H CH6 Cycle time status 2998H CH7 Cycle time status 2999H CH8 Cycle time status...
  • Page 179 Device replacement status ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 299DH Device replacement status ■Description The device replacement status of each channel is stored. The following occurs when Device replacement status (address: 299DH) is on. • Disconnections will not be detected in the corresponding channel. •...
  • Page 180 IO-Link communication retry count ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 29AEH CH1 IO-Link communication retry count 29AFH CH2 IO-Link communication retry count 29B0H CH3 IO-Link communication retry count 29B1H CH4 IO-Link communication retry count 29B2H CH5 IO-Link communication retry count 29B3H CH6 IO-Link communication retry count 29B4H...
  • Page 181 ■Description Up to 16 errors (15 minor/moderate errors, 1 major error) of the module are recorded. The following shows the content stored in Current error data 1 (address: 2B00H to 2B0FH). Address 2B00H Error code 2B01H 2B02H System area 2B03H First two digits of the year Last two digits of the year 2B04H...
  • Page 182 Event data ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2C00H to 2C04H Event data ■Description The following shows the content stored in Event data (address: 2C00H to 2C04H). Address 2C00H Event 2C01H 2C02H Event code details 1 2C03H Event code details 2 2C04H Event code details 3 ■Reading of event data...
  • Page 183 Event history clear completed ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2D01H Event history clear completed ■Description The clear completion status of the event history stored in the IO-Link module is shown. Stored value Event history clear completed Not completed Completed ■Operation of Event history clear When the event history clear is completed, Event history clear completed (address: 2D01H) is turned to Completed (1).
  • Page 184 ■Operation of Operating condition setting request After writing parameter data to the remote buffer memory, request (ON) Operating condition setting request flag (address: 2D07H). If Operating condition setting request flag (address: 2D07H) is not requested (ON), parameters written to the buffer memory will not be reflected.
  • Page 185 Operating condition setting completion flag ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2D08H Operating condition setting completion flag ■Description After the operation condition is changed, Operating condition setting completion flag (address: 2D08H) turns on. Turn off Operating condition setting request flag (address: 2D07H) after Operating condition setting completion flag (address: 2D08H) is turned on.
  • Page 186 Number of output ON times integration value clear command ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2E80H Number of output ON times integration value clear command ■Description Values stored in CH Number of output ON times integration value (address: 299EH to 29ADH) are cleared. 0 (fixed) CH...
  • Page 187 Number of output ON times integration value clear completed ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 2E81H Number of output ON times integration value clear completed ■Description The clear completion status of CH Number of output ON times integration value (address: 299EH to 29ADH) is shown. 0 (fixed) CH...
  • Page 188 IO-Link device parameter manual upload command ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 36CDH IO-Link device parameter manual upload command ■Description Turn on this flag to manually upload IO-Link device parameters. Once upload of IO-Link device parameters is completed, IO-Link device parameter manual upload completed (address: 36CEH) turns on.
  • Page 189 IO-Link communication retry count clear command ■Remote buffer memory address Address Name 3717H IO-Link communication retry count clear command ■Description CH IO-Link communication retry count (address: 29AEH to 29B5H) is cleared. 0 (fixed) CH ON: Commanded, OFF: Not commanded ■Operation of IO-Link communication retry count clear When the bit of the corresponding channel of IO-Link communication retry count clear command (address: 3717H) is set to Commanded (1), CH...
  • Page 190: Appendix 4 Io-link Device Replacement Procedure

    Appendix 4 IO-Link Device Replacement Procedure When the IO-Link module is replaced while the module is powered off The following shows the procedure for replacing an IO-Link device with another IO-Link device in a state that the IO-Link module power supply is off. The replacement procedure may differ depending on conditions.
  • Page 191 Device validation New IO-Link IO-Link device parameter used after Replacement procedure setting device replacement Identity validation Compatible When IO-Link device parameters are downloaded from the Set "Device Validation Setting" to "1. non-volatile memory of the IO-Link module Compatibility Validation (vendor information and model name)".
  • Page 192: When The Io-link Module Is Replaced While The Module Is Powered On

    When the IO-Link module is replaced while the module is powered on The following shows the procedure for replacing an IO-Link device with another IO-Link device in a state that the IO-Link module power supply is on. The replacement procedure may differ depending on conditions. ( Page 190 Condition) Replacement procedure ...
  • Page 193 Device validation New IO-Link IO-Link device parameter used after Replacement procedure setting device replacement Identity validation Compatible When IO-Link device parameters are downloaded from the Set "Device Validation Setting" to "1. non-volatile memory of the IO-Link module Compatibility Validation (vendor information and model name)".
  • Page 194: Appendix 5 Processing Time

    Appendix 5 Processing Time Input response time Input response time is the amount of time it takes from when input process data, CQ input signals, and DI signals are entered into the IO-Link module until they are passed to cyclic transmission of CC-Link IE Field Network. Input response time of input process data The following is the calculation formula for the input response time of input process data.
  • Page 195: Appendix 6 Emc And Low Voltage Directives

    EMC and Low Voltage Directives, their manufacturers are required to declare compliance and affix the CE marking. Sales representative in EU member states Authorized representative in EU member states is shown below. Name: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany Measures to comply with the EMC Directive The EMC Directive sets requirements for emission (conducted and radiated electromagnetic interference emitted by a product) and immunity (the ability of a product not to be influenced by externally generated electromagnetic interference).
  • Page 196 EMC Directive related standards ■Emission requirements Standard Test item Test details Standard value EN61131-2: 2007 CISPR16-2-3 Radio waves from the product are • 30M to 230MHz QP: 40dBV/m (10m in measurement Radiated emission measured. range) • 230M to 1000MHz QP: 47dBV/m (10m in measurement range) CISPR16-2-1, Noise from the product to the power...
  • Page 197 Installation in a control panel The module is an open-type device and must be installed inside a control panel. This ensures safety as well as effective shielding of programmable controller-generated electromagnetic noise. ■Control panel • Use a conductive control panel. •...
  • Page 198 Use shielded cables for external wiring and ground the shields of the external wiring cables to the control panel with the AD75CK cable clamp (manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation). (Ground the shield section 20 to 30cm away from the module.)
  • Page 199 Attach a ferrite core 4cm away from the IO-Link module power supply terminal connected to the IO-Link module external power supply. (Ferrite core used for the tests conducted by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: NEC TOKIN ESD-SR-250) ■Noise filter (power supply line filter) A noise filter is a component which has an effect on conducted noise.
  • Page 200: Requirements To Compliance With The Low Voltage Directive

    Requirements to compliance with the Low Voltage Directive The IO-Link module operates at the rated voltage of 24VDC. The Low Voltage Directive is not applied to the modules that operate at the rated voltage of less than 50VAC and 75VDC. APPX Appendix 6 EMC and Low Voltage Directives...
  • Page 201: Appendix 7 How To Check Serial Number And Function Version

    Appendix 7 How to Check Serial Number and Function Version The serial number and function version of the IO-Link module can be checked on the rating plate. The serial number can be also checked from production information in CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. Checking on the rating plate PASSED MODEL...
  • Page 202: Appendix 8 External Dimensions

    Appendix 8 External Dimensions The following figures show the external dimensions of the IO-Link module. (1) Center of DIN rail (Unit: mm) APPX Appendix 8 External Dimensions...
  • Page 203 MEMO APPX Appendix 8 External Dimensions...
  • Page 204: Index

    INDEX ..... 172 ......13 Bit segment setting L ER LED .
  • Page 205 MEMO...
  • Page 206: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-081916-A This manual confers no industrial property rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
  • Page 207: 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 208: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS IO-Link is either a registered trademark or a trademark of PROFIBUS Nutzerorganisation e.V. The company names, system names and product names mentioned in this manual are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.   In some cases, trademark symbols such as ' ' or ' ' are not specified in this manual.
  • Page 210 SH(NA)-081917ENG-A(1810)MEE MODEL: CCIEF-IOLINK-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JX85 HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for service transaction permission.

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