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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
GOT
Human Machine Interface
User's Manual
Graphical Operator Terminal
A960GOT, A970GOT,
A975GOT, A985GOT
Art. no.: 103490
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
01 04 2002
SH (NA)-4005-H

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  • Page 1 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Human Machine Interface User’s Manual Graphical Operator Terminal A960GOT, A970GOT, A975GOT, A985GOT Art. no.: 103490 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC 01 04 2002 SH (NA)-4005-H...
  • Page 2 • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • (Always read these instructions before using this equipment.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The instructions given in this manual are concerned with this product.
  • Page 3 [Design Precautions] DANGER • Incorrect operation of the touch switch(s) may lead to a serious accident if the GOT backlight is gone out. When the GOT backlight goes out, the display section turns black and causes the monitor screen to appear blank, while the input of the touch switch(s) still remains active. This may confuse an operator in thinking that the GOT is in “screensaver”...
  • Page 4 [Mounting Precautions] CAUTION • When loading the communication board or communication module to the GOT main unit, fit it to the connection interface of the GOT and tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction. Overtightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or module.
  • Page 5 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION • Plug the bus connection cable by inserting it into the connector of the connected module until it "clicks". After plugging, check that it has been inserted snugly. Not doing so can cause a malfunction due to a contact fault. •...
  • Page 6 [Startup/Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION • Do not disassemble or modify the module. Doing so can cause a failure, malfunction, injury or fire. • Do not touch the conductive and electronic parts of the module directly. Doing so can cause a module malfunction or failure. •...
  • Page 7 This manual does not warrant or license any industrial property rights and other rights. Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi Electric be liable or responsible for any consequential problems involving the industrial property rights which may arise as a result of the use of this equipment described in this manual.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    3.2 Performance specifications........................3- 2 3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)................3- 2 3.2.2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT ..........3- 6 3.2.3 Power supply specifications......................3- 8 3.3 Power Supply Power Consumed when Communication Board or Communication Module Is Fitted .. 3- 9 3.3.1 GOT with AC type input power supply .....................
  • Page 9 4- 1 to 4- 4 4.1 Names of The Parts And Their Settings of the A985GOT(-V) ............... 4- 1 4.2 Names of The Parts And Their Settings of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT ........4- 3 5. ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE 5- 1 to 5- 2 6.
  • Page 10 6.11 Bar Code Reader ........................... 6-31 6.11.1 Bar code reader types........................6-31 6.11.2 Connecting procedure........................6-31 6.12 External I/O Module ..........................6-32 6.12.1 External I/O module type ........................ 6-32 6.12.2 Mounting procedure ........................6-32 6.13 CRT Display, TFT Display (A985GOT only) ..................6-33 6.13.1 CRT Display, TFT Display types ....................
  • Page 11: About The Manuals

    About the manuals The following manuals are related to this product. Refer to the following list and request the required manuals. Related Manuals Manual number Manual name (Model code) GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 Operating Manual (Start up Manual) Describes how to install GT Works Version 5/GT Designer Version 5 into a personal computer and how IB-0800143 (13JU06) to browse the online manuals.
  • Page 12: Abbreviations And Generic Terms In This Manual

    Generic term of A970GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-TBD-B, A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT-TBD, A970GOT A970GOT-SBA, A970GOT-SBD, A970GOT-LBA, A970GOT-LBD, A970GOT-TBA-EU and A970GOT-SBA-EU Generic term of A975GOT and A970GOT A97 GOT A960GOT Generic term of A960GOT-EBA, A960GOT-EBD and A960GOT-EBA-EU Bus connection Generic term of A9GT-QBUSS, A9GT-QBUS2S, A9GT-BUSS and A9GT-BUS2S board Communica- Serial tion board...
  • Page 13 Abbreviations and generic terms Description Generic term of Q00JCPU, Q00CPU, Q01CPU, Q02CPU, Q02HCPU, Q06HCPU, QCPU (Q Mode) Q12HCPU and Q25HCPU CPU units QCPU (A Mode) Generic term of Q02CPU-A, Q02HCPU-A and Q06HCPU-A CPU units QCPU Generic term of QCPU (Q Mode) and QCPU (A Mode) QnACPU (Large Type) Generic term of Q2ACPU, Q2ACPU-S1, Q3ACPU, Q4ACPU and Q4ARCPU CPU units QnACPU (Small Type)
  • Page 14: Packing List

    Communication module securing fixture Caution plate (seal) A975GOT-TBA/TBD(-B), A970GOT-TBA/TBD(-B), A970GOT-SBA/SBD, A970GOT-LBA/LBD, A960GOT-EBA/EBD User's Manual (Hardware) A985GOT-TBA-EU, A975GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-SBA-EU, A960GOT-EBA-EU User's Manual (Hardware) A985GOT-TBA/TBD(-V) User's Manual (Hardware) 1 Affix a caution plate in a conspicuous position such as memory card interface part.
  • Page 15: Overview

    24VDC D-STN color liquid crystal A970GOT-SBA-EU 100 to 240VAC A970GOT-LBA 100 to 240VAC STN monochrome liquid A970GOT-LBD 24VDC (Monochrome) crystal A960GOT-EBA 100 to 240VAC A960GOT-EBD 24VDC (Yellow orange, High-luminance EL 640 × 400 23 (9inch) black) A960GOT-EBA-EU 100 to 240VAC...
  • Page 16: Features

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.1 Features (1) Compact display device in pursuit of mounting, outline dimensions and thinness With the display screen size identical to that of the conventional type, the outline dimensions and depth are substantially reduced to achieve a compact size and thin design.
  • Page 17 1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT (4) Compatible with a wide variety of connection forms The GOT is compatible with various connection forms such as the MELSEC and computer link connections, including the bus connection which permits fast communication. You can choose the connection form matching the system. (5) Heavy-duty body usable in rigorous environment and operation The display section of the GOT complies with the IP65F, IP67F and NEMA4 Waterproof, Dustproof Standard and is usable in a wide range of environment.
  • Page 18: Requirements To Match Emc Directives

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.2 Requirements to match EMC Directives EMC Directives which are among European Directives become forced. EMC Directives are those which require "any strong electromagnetic force is not output to the external.: Emission (electromagnetic interference)" and "It is influenced by the electromagnetic wave from the external.: Immunity (electromagnetic sensitivity)".
  • Page 19: Installation Inside Control Box

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.2.2 Installation inside Control Box The GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must be installed in a conductive control pauel or cabinet. It not only assure the safety but also has a large effect to shut down the noise generated from GOT, on the control panel.
  • Page 20: Noise Filter (power Supply Line Filter)

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.2.3 Noise filter (power supply line filter) The noise filter (power supply line filter) is a device effective to reduce conducted noise. Except some models, installation of a noise filter onto the power supply lines is not necessary. However conducted noise can be reduced if it is installed. (The noise filter is generally effective for reducing conducted noise in the band of 10MHz or less.) Usage of the following filters is recommended.
  • Page 21: Requirements For Compliance With The Low Voltage Directive

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.3 Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage Directive The Low Voltage Directive is mandatory within Europe, effective 1st January 1997. The Low Voltage Directive requires each device which operates with power supply ranging from 50VAC to 1000V and 75VDC to 1500V to satisfy necessary safety items. In the Sections from 1.3.1 to 1.3.5, cautions on installation and wiring of the GOT to conform to the Low Voltage Directive requires are described.
  • Page 22: Control Cabinet

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.3.3 Control cabinet Because the GOT is open type equipment (a device designed to be stored within another module), be sure to use it only when installed in a control cabinet. 1) Electrical shock prevention In order to such as the operators from electric shocks, the control box must have the following functions : a) The control cabinet must be equipped with a lock so that only skilled or qualified personnel.
  • Page 23: External Wiring

    1 OVERVIEW MELSEC-GOT 1.3.5 External wiring 1) External devices When a device with a hazardous voltage circuit is externally connected to the PC, select a model which complies with the Low Voltage Directive's requirements for isolation between the primary and secondary circuits. 2) Insulation requirements Dielectric withstand voltages are shown in the following table.
  • Page 24: System Configuration

    (Based on PCMCIA2.1) Speech output device External I/O module Commercially available (Compatible with stereo mini-jack) A9GT-70KBF Communication module Video input unit A985GOT(-V)/A97 GOT/A960GOT e.g. A7GT-J71AP23 A9GT-80V4 Communication board RGB input unit e.g. A9GT-BUSS A9GT-80R1 Pinter Personal computer Bar code reader...
  • Page 25: Component List

    Transparent protective sheet for A985GOT(-V), MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed. Protective A9GT-70PSC Transparent protective sheet for A975/970GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed. sheet A9GT-60PSC Transparent protective sheet for A960GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed. 2 - 2 2 - 2...
  • Page 26 A9GT-80STAND Debug stand for A985GOT(-V) Debug stand A9GT-70STAND Debug stand for A975/970/960GOT A77GT-96ATT Attachment used for replacement from A77GOT to A960GOT Attachment A87GT-96ATT Attachment used for replacement from A870GOT to A960GOT A87GT-97ATT Attachment used for replacement from A870GOT to A975/970GOT...
  • Page 27 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC-GOT Component Type Remarks AC06B Cable length 0.6m AC12B Cable length 1.2m AC30B Cable length 3.0m AC50B Cable length 5.0m For connection between large type base unit and A7GT-CNB AC12B-R Right angle, cable length 1.2m AC30B-R Right angle, cable length 3.0m AC50B-R Right angle, cable length 5.0m A1SC07B...
  • Page 28: Cautions On Use Of Emc Command-and Low Voltage Command-compatible Products

     A975GOT-TBA-EU  A970GOT-TBA-EU  A970GOT-SBA-EU  A960GOT-EBA-EU 2.3.2 About Modules that the EMC directive do not apply to The EMC directive is not applicable when using the modules below. Item Type Bus connection board A9GT-QBUSS, A9GT-QBUS2S Bus connection module...
  • Page 29: Connection Format

    2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MELSEC-GOT 2.3.3 Connection Format Connection conditions where the GOT applies to the EMC directive are shown below. A985GOT- A975GOT- A970GOT- A970GOT- A970GOT- A960GOT- Connection format TBA-EU TBA-EU TBA-EU SBA-EU LBA-EU EBA-EU QCPU Connection QnA/ACPU QCPU T(0105) T(0105)
  • Page 30: When The Communication Module/board Is Used

    IN 100-240VAC 50/60Hz POWER MAX115VA DATE 0105LR LISTED 80M1 IND. CONT. EQ. Hardware version MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN BD992C082H01 CE mark logo • About the connection destination device If connecting to a PLC not from this company (MELSEC-Q series, MELSEC-QnA series, MELSEC-A series), refer to the manual of the connected device (PLC, microcomputer) for information about the applicability of the EMC directive.
  • Page 31: About The Cable Used

    SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version J or later A970GOT-SBA (-EU), A970GOT-SBD SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later A960GOT-EBA (-EU), A960GOT-EBA 2.5 Unusable Conventional Products The following conventional products cannot be used with this GOT.
  • Page 32: Notes On Q4arcpu Duplex System

    Magnified illustration of rating plate MITSUBISHI PROGRAMMABLE CONTOROLLER 9806 B DATE MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP. JAPAN CAUTION Version of additional base for duplex system (2) Notes on 5V DC supply for the additional base (A68RB) for duplex system at the...
  • Page 33: Performance

    3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 3 PERFORMANCE 3.1 General Specifications The general specifications of the GOT are indicated below. Item Specifications 0 to 40°C Display section Operating ambient Other than display temperature 0 to 55°C section Storage ambient -20 to 60°C temperature Operating ambient 10 to 90 % RH, non-condensing humidity...
  • Page 34: Performance Specifications

    3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 3.2 Performance specifications 3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V) Specifications Item A985GOT-TBA-V, A985GOT-TBD-V A985GOT-TBA, A985GOT-TBD, A985GOT-TBA-EU Type High-luminance TFT color liquid crystal (Brightness: 350 cd/m (brightness of LC itself)) Resolution [dots] Display size [mm] Display 246 (9.69) (W) 184.5 (7.26) (H) (inch) section...
  • Page 35 3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 3 The following specifications are those of the printer interface. When fabricating the printer cable on the user side, conform to the following specifications. Item Specifications Compliant Standard Centronics (See below for the data and control signal timing.) Insulation system Photocoupler insulation Input...
  • Page 36 3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 4 The following specifications are those of the CRT interface. When fabricating the CRT cable on the user side, conform to the following specifications. For the CRT side connector, refer to the instruction manual of the CRT used. Item Specifications Processing method...
  • Page 37 3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT The wiring method used when the CRT is connected is shown below. Item Specifications 75 Ω coaxical GOT side CRT side RGND RGND GGND GGND BGND BGND DGND DGND Wiring diagram HSYNC HSYNC VSYNC VSYNC Twisted pair 5 When parts must be changed, consult your sales representative.
  • Page 38: Performance Specifications Of The A975got/a970got/a960got

    3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 3.2.2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT Specifications A975GOT-TBA A970GOT-TBA A975GOT-TBD A970GOT-TBD A970GOT-SBA A960GOT-EBA Item A970GOT-LBA A970GOT-SBD A960GOT-EBD A975GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-LBD A970GOT-SBAEU A960GOT-EBA-EU A975GOT-TBD-B A970GOT-TBD-B A975GOT-TBA-EU A970GOT-TBA-EU D-STN color liquid STN monochrome Type TFT color liquid crystal High-luminance EL...
  • Page 39 3 PERFORMANCE MELSEC-GOT 1 Models using a wide view TFT color LC display (80° each in right and left and upper and lower directions) 2 Models using a high intensity TFT color LC display (350 cd/m (brightness of LC itself)) 3 The built-in memory is ROM which allows old data to be overwritten by new data.
  • Page 40: Power Supply Specifications

    3.2.3 Power supply specifications Specifications A985GOT-TBA(-EU), A975GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU), A985GOT-TBD (-V), A975GOT-TBD(-B), Item A970GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU), A985GOT-TBA-V A970GOT-TBD(-B), A970GOT-SBD, A970GOT-SBA(-EU), A970GOT-LBD, A960GOT-EBD A970GOT-LBA, A960GOT-EBA(-EU) Input power supply voltage AC100 to 240V (+10, 24VDC (+25%, 20%) Input frequency 50/60Hz — 59VA or less (Using AC100V)
  • Page 41: Power Supply Power Consumed When Communication Board Or Communication Module Is Fitted

    When the communication board or communication module is fitted to the GOT whose input power supply is AC type, power consumption is as listed below. Power Consumption (Apparent Power) A985GOT- Communication Input A975GOT-TBA A970GOT-TBA A970GOT-SBA A985GOT- A960GOT-EBA Type Voltage A975GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-SBA-EU TBA-V A985GOT- A960GOT-EBA-EU A975GOT-TBA-EU...
  • Page 42: Names Of The Parts And Their Settings

    4 NAMES OF THE PARTS AND THEIR SETTINGS MELSEC-GOT 4 NAMES OF THE PARTS AND THEIR SETTINGS 4.1 Names of The Parts And Their Settings of the A985GOT(-V) After removal of 10) Number Name Description Display section Shows the screen Operator detect sensor Sensor that detects operators Reset button...
  • Page 43 4 NAMES OF THE PARTS AND THEIR SETTINGS MELSEC-GOT Number Name Description Speech output terminal For external speaker connection Slot cover Fixture to cover the slot Printer interface For printer connection CRT interface For CRT connection (for A985GOT only) RS-232C interface (for A985GOT-V only) For connection of personal computer and bar code reader RS-232C interface...
  • Page 44: Names Of The Parts And Their Settings Of The A975got/a970got/a960got

    4 NAMES OF THE PARTS AND THEIR SETTINGS MELSEC-GOT 4.2 Names of The Parts And Their Settings of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT 19) 2) 12) 11) After removal of 9) Number Name Description Display section Shows the screen Reset button Used to reset the hardware of the GOT...
  • Page 45 4 NAMES OF THE PARTS AND THEIR SETTINGS MELSEC-GOT Number Name Description Slot cover Fixture to cover the slot Printer interface For printer connection For connection of personal computer RS-232C interface For connecting the bar code reader Option module interface For option module loading (for future extension) Terminal block For power input and external output...
  • Page 46: Rough Pre-operation Procedure

    5 ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE MELSEC-GOT 5 ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE This chapter gives a rough procedure to be performed before starting the operation of the GOT. START Refer to [GT Works Version5 /GT Designer Version5 Install GT Designer into personal computer......
  • Page 47 5 ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE MELSEC-GOT MEMO 5 - 2 5 - 2...
  • Page 48: Handling

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6 HANDLING This chapter explains how to handle the GOT main unit and components. 6.1 GOT Main Unit 6.1.1 Handling instructions This section describes the instructions for handling the GOT main unit and components. • Before installing or removing the GOT main unit to or from an enclosure, always DANGER switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.
  • Page 49 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT • Exercise care to avoid foreign matter such as chips and wire offcuts entering the CAUTION module. Not doing so can cause a fire, failure or malfunction. • Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section in the specified torque range.
  • Page 50: Installation Method

    Part A size: Because the connection cable of the GOT is pulled downward, the following space is required according to its radius of curvature. Type A [mm] (inch) A97 GOT+Communication board 130 (5.12) or more A985GOT(-V)/A960GOT+Communication board 140 (5.51) or more A97 GOT+A9GT-BUSSU/BUS2SU 15 (0.59) or more A985GOT(-V)/A960GOT+A9GT-BUSSU/BUS2SU 30 (1.18) or more When using a cable prepared by user, please consider the connector cover to be used and the bending radius of the cable.
  • Page 51 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT (3) Mounting method (a) Put the GOT main unit into the panel opening, with its front face first. (b) Mount the GOT in the following four locations at its top and bottom. (Top) (Bottom) Mounting position Mounting position (c) How to mount and fix the mounting fixture is given below.
  • Page 52: Wiring Method

    A970GOT-TBA A970GOT-TBD A970GOT A970GOT-SBA A970GOT-SBD A970GOT-LBA A970GOT-LBD A960GOT-EBA A960GOT Version H (jun., 2001) or later A960GOT-EBD 2 When the conventional GOT’s protective ground terminal has the wire fixed, remove or insulate the wire. (2) How to use the external outputs (a) RUN Outputs whether the GOT operation is normal or abnormal.
  • Page 53: Wiring Precautions The Part Which Matches The Emc Directives

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.1.4 Wiring precautions the part which matches the EMC Directives Connect and wire GOT-A900 series equipment as instructed below. If the GOT-A900 series equipment is configured in a way that differs from the following instructions then the system will not comply with EMC directives. (1) Method to connect the power wire, ground wire and protective ground terminal a) Connect the power wire and connection cable as shown in the illustration, and...
  • Page 54 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT b) Be sure to ground the protective ground terminal of the GOT main unit to the control panel. At this time, keep the length of the ground wire grounding the control panel to within 120mm (4.72inch). Moreover, be sure to install the ferrite core (TDK brand ZCAT3035-1330) within 70mm from the protective ground terminal.
  • Page 55 Manufacture the cable used with the GOT with the following method. When manufacturing the cable, a ferrite core, cable clamp and cable shielding material are required. The cable clamp used by Mitsubishi Electric for the EMC specification compatibility test is shown below. • TDK brand ZCAT3035-1330 Ferrite Core •...
  • Page 56 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 3) For other cables between GOT and GOT • Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of the cable shield material with the length shown below. • Do not pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller through the core.
  • Page 57 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT For A97*/960GOT • Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of the cable shield material with the length shown below. • Pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller side through the core.
  • Page 58 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT • If D-sub 25-pin is used for the connector of the computer link unit. (AJ71QC24(-R2), AJ71UC24) GOT side Computer link module side Signal Pin No. Pin No. Signal CS(CTS) RS(RTS) RS(RTS) CS(CTS) RD(RXD) SD(TXD) SD(TXD) RD(RXD) DTR(ER) DSR(DR) DSR(DR) DTR(ER)
  • Page 59 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT Cable production method • Peel the sheath (with the length shown below) at both ends of the cable, and expose the shield braided wire for grounding. • The cable must be 15m or shorter. Ferrite Core GOT side Computer link module side side (ZCAT3035-1330) (5.12)
  • Page 60 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT d) CC-Link connection (CC-Link dedicated cable) • Peel the sheath ( with the length shown below) at both ends of the cable, and expose the shield braided wire for grounding. • When using a CC-Link dedicated cable between GOT and PLC GOT side Ferrite Core PLC side...
  • Page 61 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT g) CRT cable (CRT cable enclosed with CRT) • Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of the cable shield material with the length shown below. • The cable must be 1.5m or shorter. GOT side CRT side Ferrite Core (ZCAT3035-1330)
  • Page 62: Human Sensor (a985got(-v) Only)

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.1.5 Human sensor (A985GOT (-V) only) 1) Features of the human sensor. The human sensor mounted in the A985GOT body, can detect operators in the sensor detection area and turn the backlight ON and OFF automatically. Refer to the [GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual (GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 compatible Extended·Option Functions Manual)] for details on setting the human sensor.
  • Page 63: Video Input Function (a985got-v Only)

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.1.6 Video input function (A985GOT-V only) By mounting a video input interface module (A9GT-80V4) to the A985GOT-V, images taken by video can be displayed on the video window of the A985GOT-V. It is possible to use the A985GOT-V as a vision sensor monitor. For details of the video window, refer to the GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 Reference Manual.
  • Page 64: Rgb Input Function (a985got-v Only)

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.1.7 RGB input function (A985GOT-V only) By mountion a RGB input interface module (A9GT-80R1) to the A985GOT-V, a personal computer display can be shown onthe GOT as an RGB screen. Also, by using a RGB output type vision sensor, images taken with a video camera can be displayed on the A985GOT-V.
  • Page 65: Slot Cover

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.2 Slot Cover Use the slot cover to protect the communication board slot and memory board slot of the GOT. 6.2.1 Mounting and dismounting procedures (1) Dismounting Before mounting the communication board and memory board, the slot cover must be removed.
  • Page 66: Protective Sheet

    A9GT-80PSC removed. Transparent protective sheet for A975/970GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be A9GT-70PSC removed. Transparent protective sheet for A960GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be A9GT-60PSC removed. 6.3.2 Mounting procedure 1) From the display section of the GOT, peel off the sheet applied before shipment from the factory or the old protective sheet.
  • Page 67: Memory Board

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.4 Memory Board The memory board is used to store the optional function OS program (ladder monitoring function, recipe function, speech output function, etc.) and to increase the built-in memory capacity. 6.4.1 Memory board types The following memory board types are available. Type Description A9GT-QFNB...
  • Page 68: Pc Card

    Hardware version A or later of A985GOT-TBA, A985GOT-TBD, A975GOT-TBA-B, A975GOT-TBD-B, A970GOT-TBA-B, A970GOT-TBD-B, A970GOT-LBA, and A970GOT-LBD Hardware version E or later of A975GOT-TBA, A975GOT-TBD, A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT- TBD, A970GOT-SBA, A970GOT-SBD, A960GOT-EBA and A960GOT-EBD Condition 2: The ROM_BIOS version F or later of the GOT to be used. 6 - 21...
  • Page 69: Battery Changing Timing And Method

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.5.2 Battery changing timing and method This section provides a battery changing method when the PC card used is the SRAM type. (1) How to check for battery low The GOT checks for a battery low of the memory card loaded. (Only when the memory card access switch is ON) The battery low checking methods are given below.
  • Page 70: Loading And Unloading Procedures

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.5.3 Loading and unloading procedures Before loading/unloading a PC card while power is on, use the following procedure to enable loading/unloading of the PC card. (1) Mounting 1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF"...
  • Page 71 Version L (jun., 2001) or later A970GOT-SBA A970GOT A970GOT-SBD A970GOT-LBA A970GOT-LBD A960GOT-EBA A960GOT Version H (jun., 2001) or later A960GOT-EBD (1) Mounting 1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF" and make sure that the memory card LED goes off.
  • Page 72: Communication Board

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.6 Communication Board The communication board is used to make the GOT interface compatible with the system to be connected to. For the details of the connection form, refer to the [GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 compatible Connection System Manual)]. 6.6.1 Connection board types The following connection board types are available.
  • Page 73 6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT • When the communication board is used, the following software package is required. Type Description A9GT-QBUSS SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later/SW3D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version C or later A9GT-QBUS2S A9GT-BUSS A9GT-BUS2S SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later/SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later A9GT-RS4 A9GT-RS2 A9GT-RS2T...
  • Page 74: Communication Module

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.7 Communication Module The communication module is used to make the GOT interface compatible with the system to be connected to. For the details of the connection form, refer to the [GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (GT Works Version5/GT Designer Version5 compatible Connection System Manual)]. 6.7.1 Connection module types The following connection module types are available.
  • Page 75: Printer

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.8 Printer The printer is used to print the data and others of the alarm history and hard copy functions. For the details of the functions, refer to the [GT Designer Help Function]. 6.8.1 Printer types The printer usable is any of the printers having the following specifications (standard) whose operations have been checked by Mitsubishi.
  • Page 76: Speech Output Device

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.9 Speech Output Device The speech output device is used to output voices with the speech output function. For the details of the functions, refer to the [GT Designer Help Function]. 6.9.1 Speech output device type A commercially available speaker compatible with the stereo mini-jack can be used as the speech output device.
  • Page 77: Debug Stand

    3) Put the GOT into the front face of the debug stand and mount it on the debug stand with the Angle adjusting screw A960GOT mounting surface mounting fixtures of the GOT main unit. Refer to [Section 6.1.2] for the installation method using the mounting fixtures of the GOT main unit.
  • Page 78: Bar Code Reader

    6.11.1 Bar code reader types The following are the applicable bar code readers whose operating performance has been checked and confirmed by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: • Names of manufacturer of bar code reader: Token, Opt-electronics, Keyence, Imex, OLYMPUS-symbol, Omron and Denso 6.11.2 Connecting procedure...
  • Page 79: External I/o Module

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.12 External I/O Module The external I/O module is connected with the ten-key panel (A8GT-TK) or keyboard to receive up to 8/64 points of inputs or provide up to 16 points of outputs. 6.12.1 External I/O module type The following external I/O module is available.
  • Page 80: Crt Display, Tft Display (a985got Only)

    6.13.1 CRT Display, TFT Display types The following products of CRT and TFT displays are available. Type Description RD15M II Mitsubishi Electric make, 15inch 1280 1024 RD17MX Mitsubishi Electric make, 17inch 1280 1024 CRT display RDF19X...
  • Page 81: Attachment

    A77GOT, GOT800 Series can be eliminated. 6.14.1 Attachment types The following Attachment type are available. Type Model in use Applicable model A77GOT-L, A77GOT-L-S3, A77GOT-L-S5, A77GOT-CL, A77GT-96ATT A960GOT A77GOT-CL-S3, A77GOT-CL-S5 A77GOT-EL, A77GOT-EL-S3, A77GOT-EL-S5, A870GOT-EWS, A87GT-96ATT A960GOT A8GT-70GOT-EW, A8GT-70GOT-EB A870GOT-SWS, A8GT-70GOT-SW, A8GT-70GOT-SB, A87GT-97ATT...
  • Page 82: Video/rgb Input Interface Module (a985got-v Only)

    6 HANDLING MELSEC-GOT 6.15 Video/RGB Input Interface Module (A985GOT-V only) Video input interface module is used to display the image taken by a video camera on A985GOT-V. RGB input interface module is used to display the PC display on A985GOT-V. 6.15.1 Video/RGB input interface module types The following Video/RGB interface module are available.
  • Page 83: Maintenance And Inspection

    7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION MELSEC-GOT 7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION This chapter explains the items which should be performed daily or periodically to use the GOT to its optimum. 7.1 Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection The following instructions should be observed for maintenance and inspection. •...
  • Page 84: Daily Inspection

    7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION MELSEC-GOT 7.2 Daily Inspection Daily inspection items are as follows. Number Inspection Item Inspection Method Criterion Action Check for loose mounting Module mounting status screws and disconnected Securely mounted Retighten screws cover Loose terminal Retighten screws with Not loose Retighten terminal screws screws...
  • Page 85: Backlight For Liquid Crystal

    Confirm the hardware version of the GOT on the rating plate applied to the back of the unit. MITSUBISHI GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL MODEL A970GOT-TBD IN 24VDC POWER MAX40W DATE 9812 B A MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN BD992C032H16 Hardware Version 7 - 3 7 - 3...
  • Page 86: How To Change The Backlight For Liquid Crystal

    GOT with a screwdriver. (When the GOT used is the A985GOT, remove 5 fixing screws.) (A985GOT only) A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT 4) After removing the fixing screws, hold down the Bottom fixing catches (4 places at top, bottom, right and left) and remove the display cover from the GOT when the GOT used is the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT.
  • Page 87 7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION MELSEC-GOT STN-type 5) Set the GOT front up and unplug the cable connector of the backlight from the connector of the display device. Remove the connectors in two places at top and bottom of the device for the STN, or the connector in one place at top for the TFT.
  • Page 88: Error Codes And Error Messages

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES This chapter explains the error codes and error messages displayed by the alarm list (system alarm) display function of the monitoring functions. The error codes may also be confirmed in the error code storage area of the system information function.
  • Page 89: Error Code And Error Message List

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.2 Error Code and Error Message List (1) Error messages displayed before execution of monitoring Error Message Definition Action 1. Check for any disconnected cable or The cable, installed communication driver or Check communication line. improperly fitted communication communication board/communication module is (Cable, driver, module)
  • Page 90 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT Error Error Message Definition Action Code The station number specified as a monitor Unauthorized station number Confirm the monitor destination station number destination does not exist or is not the station to specified for monitor device in the screen data be monitored Specified device outside range...
  • Page 91 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT Error Error Message Definition Action Code 1. Check the file register name, and then When the file register name is designated and operate the recipe function again. File system error occurred in then the recipe function is operated, an error 2.
  • Page 92 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT Error Error Message Definition Action Code Add the station number set as the screen data to the Ethernet setting of GT Designer. Information is insufficient in The station number set as the screen data does (Use the station number of the PLC side network table not exist in the Ethernet setting of GT Designer.
  • Page 93: Precautions For Use Of Flash Pc Card

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.3 Precautions for use of flash PC card Take the following action if any of the following errors takes place during use of the flash PC card (A9GTMEM-10/20/40MF). Type Description 332 Format error 334 PC card fault 351 Recipe fail abnormal PLC error number...
  • Page 94: Precautions For Installation Of Rom_bios

    GOT. MITSUBISHI GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL MODEL A970GOT-TBD IN 24VDC POWER MAX40W DATE 9812 B A MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN BD992C032H16 Rating plate ROM_BIOS Version 8 - 7 8 - 7...
  • Page 95: Troubleshooting In Bus Connection

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection If a cause cannot be located by the troubleshooting procedures specified in section 8.2 when the GOT is bus-connected to the PLC CPU, troubleshoot the cause as follows. 8.5.1 Locating error positions (1) How to locate error positions: (a) Use of peripheral devices...
  • Page 96 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT (2) Error messages appearing due to faulty ACPU bus connection and measure against errors Cause and check point Error Error Check Timing Corresponding Code Messages Error detail Remedy WDT ERR. When an End (1) The scanning time exceeds (1) Use the error history to check whether ACPU...
  • Page 97 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT (3) Error messages appearing due to faulty Q/QnACPU bus connection and measure against errors Cause and check point Error Error Check Timing Corresponding Code Messages Error detail Remedy 1310 I/O INT During interrput An imprecise interrupt occurs to the (1) Check that the module and the QCPU...
  • Page 98 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT Cause and check point Error Error Check Timing Corresponding Code Messages Error detail Remedy 2100 SP. UNIT At CPU power ON/ (1) In the parameter I/O allocation (1) Reset the parameter I/O allocation QCPU LAY ERR.
  • Page 99 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT Cause and check point Error Error Check Timing Corresponding Code Messages Error detail Remedy SP. UNIT When instruction The FROM/TO instruction is executed (1) Review the sequence program. QCPU 2110 ERROR. executed to any module other than the special (2) Replace the faulty module with a QnACPU function module.
  • Page 100: Further Locating Error Positions

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.5.2 Further locating error positions If the function of the PLC cannot be recovered even when the module on which an error occurs is replaced with a new one, the error may be caused by the effect from another module.
  • Page 101: Specific Example Of Troubleshooting

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.5.3 Specific example of troubleshooting An example of troubleshooting the system which is used when an error occurs on the PLC CPU is shown below. PLC (main base module) GOT 1) GOT 2) Extension cable (extension base module) Bus-connection...
  • Page 102: Troubleshooting For Monitoring

    8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT 8.6 Troubleshooting for monitoring The following describes the corrective action when the GOT monitoring screen is blank. The GOT screen is blank. The GOT Power LED is off. Power on the GOT. If the screen will come back, this means the The screen will come back on screensaver is set.
  • Page 103 8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES MELSEC-GOT MEMO 8 - 16 8 - 16...
  • Page 104: Appendices

    APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT APPENDICES Appendix 1 Outline Dimension Drawings 1) Outline dimension drawing of the A985GOT(-V) 245 (9.65) 312 (12.28) 245 (9.65) For A985GOT-V 301 (11.85) For A985GOT 301 (11.85) Unit (mm (inch)) APP - 1 APP - 1...
  • Page 105 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT 2) Outline dimension drawing of the A975GOT and A970GOT 235 (9.26) 297 (11.70) 229 (9.02) 288 (11.35) Unit (mm) (inch)) APP - 2 APP - 2...
  • Page 106 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT 3) Outline dimension drawing of the A960GOT 204 (8.04) 268 (10.56) 198 (7.80) 257 (10.13) Unit (mm (inch)) APP - 3 APP - 3...
  • Page 107: Appendix 2 Depth At The Time Of Communication Board/communication Module Loading

    MELSEC-GOT Appendix 2 Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Module Loading (1) When A9GT-QBUSS/A9GT-BUSS is used GOT side GOT rear For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)] For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94) 100 (3.94) or more or more (3.94) (3.35)
  • Page 108 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT (4) When A9GT-RS4 is used GOT side GOT rear For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)] For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94) 100 (3.94) or more or more (4.53) (5.12) (1.02) (0.91) Other equipment Other equipment (1.69) (1.58) (1.81) 1 Dimension for use of the AC R4-25P.
  • Page 109 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT (7) When A7GT-J71AT23B is used For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)] For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94) 100 (3.94) or more or more (3.90) (3.78) Other equipment Other equipment (8) When A8GT-J61BT13/A8GT-J61BT15 is used For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)] For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94)
  • Page 110 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT (10) When A9GT-70KBF is used For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)] For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94) 100 (3.94) or more or more 85.6 82.6 (3.37) (3.25) Other equipment Other equipment (11) When A9GT-80V4/A9GT-80R1 is used For A985GOT-V [mm (inch)] 100 (3.94)
  • Page 111: Appendix 3 Outline Dimension Drawings Of Bus Connection Cables

    APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT Appendix 3 Outline Dimension Drawings of Bus Connection Cables Connector type Type Cable Diameter [mm] GOT side PLC side (1) in figure (4) in figure QC NB below below (1) in figure (4) in figure A9GT-QC BS below below (1) in figure (1) in figure...
  • Page 112 APPENDICES MELSEC-GOT MEMO APP - 9 APP - 9...
  • Page 113 Outline Dimension Drawing of the A975GOT ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES and A970GOT ........APP- 2 ................ 8- 1 Outline dimension drawing of the A960GOT Error Code and Error Message List....8- 2 ............... APP- 4 External I/O Module ........6-32 Outline Dimension Drawing of Bus Connection External wiring ..........
  • Page 114 General Specifications ....... 3- 1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V) ..............3- 2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT ....3- 6 Power supply specifications ....... 3- 7 Power Supply Power Consumed when Communication Board or Communication Module Is Fitted .......... 3- 8 Periodic Inspection .........
  • Page 115 WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before starting use. 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 dealer or Mitsubishi Service Company. Note that if repairs are required at a site overseas, on a detached island or remote place, expenses to dispatch an engineer shall be charged for.
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