UTILITY PACKAGE (SW1DNC-EIPUTL-E)
The parameters set in the "Message Tag" window are displayed. (
Tag Parameter list
"Message Tag" window in this section)
The parameters set in the "Message Tag" window are displayed.
When an item other than "INT" has been selected in "Data Type" of the "Message Tag" window, the Data Type
name that has been registered in the "User Define" window is displayed. (
The auto refresh target device set in "Refresh Device" of the "Message Tag" window is displayed.
The last device of the auto refresh target is displayed.
Buffer Memory Address
The start address of the buffer memory that the Tag occupies is displayed.
A blank line is added. (Up to 256 Producer/Consumer/Message Tags in total)
Clicking this button after selecting a Tag-registered row will delete the selected row.
The configured Message Tag is applied to a Utility Package project.
When it is applied, the rows where the Tag has already been registered are sorted in the order of "Nic No.".
7.9 "Setting" Tab (Parameter Settings)
7.9.4 "Message" window
Table 7.20 "Message" window items (Continued)
(a) How to register a Message Tag
Execute the following operations.
1) Click the
2) Double-click the blank line that is added.
3) Configure the Tag in the "Message Tag" window.
(b) How to edit a Message Tag
Double-click the row where the Tag has already been registered.
(c) How to delete a Message Tag
Double-click the row where the Tag has already been registered and click the
Multiple rows cannot be selected simultaneously.
When deleting a Tag, the start addresses of the transmitted and received data of
the subsequent Tags will change.
To keep the start addresses of the transmitted and received data unchanged,
handle the Tag to be deleted as a reserved Tag, without deleting it.
A reserved Tag just reserves Data Area and does not communicate actually.
1. Double-click the row to be set as a reserved Tag.
2. The "Producer Tag" window will appear. Select the "Reserved Tag" checkbox.
3. Click the
The row registered as a reserved Tag is displayed yellow.
(2) Display and settings of the
Section 7.9.5 "User Define"