Note that using the GT10-RS2TUSB-5S will require a virtual USB COM port
driver to be installed on the PC. The COM port number can be automatically
or manually assigned so that it does not overlap with the existing COM port
numbers assigned on that PC. When using a Q-Series programming cable,
the COM port number already assigned to the RS-232C interface of the PC
will have to be checked.
Example Connection Diagram:
The following is an example of an FX-to-GOT-to-PC connection, where
the blue lines indicate data communication and the red line indicates power
from the FX3U 24V DC service power supply.
To make sure the GT1020/GT1030
GOT is able to use the latest functions and
features, it is the responsibility of the user to
check and update the firmware (Standard
monitor OS) of the GOT.
Launch the latest copy of GT Designer2 and
start a new project for the corresponding GOT model (GT1020 or GT1030)
with the "MELSEC-FX" Controller Type. Select "Yes" to set the
Communication Setting and make sure the Standard I/F-1 CH No. is set to 1
before selecting "OK". The "Screen Property" window that pops up for making
Note: This document is for reference only. For detailed settings and safety information refer to the respective product manual.
GT10-RS2TUSB-5S + USB
a new screen can be either canceled or
accepted for the following steps.
Go to the "Communication" menu and
select "To/From GOT" to bring up the
"Communicate with GOT" window. Go to
the "Communication configuration" tab
and select "RS232" and the corresponding
"Port No." that connects the PC to the
GOT. With the GOT power ON, use the
"Test" button to verify that the PC and
GOT can communicate properly then turn
the GOT power OFF.