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B con-
Signal name
tact
USER MACRO INPUT #1033
(PLC → Controller)
[Function]
This provides interface function used to coordinate user PLC to user macro.
(Note) The other signals from R0 to R99 are PLC inputs, but this signal is output to the controller
from PLC.
[Operation]
The data set in file registers Rn and Rn+1 with the user PLCs, can be referred to on the user macro
side with the user macro system variables #1033.
(Example)
Sequence program
ACT
ACT
[Related signals]
(1) User macro input #1032, #1034, #1035, #1000~#1031 (R24/25, R28/29, R30/31)
(2) User macro output #1132, #1133, #1134, #1135, #1100~#1131 (R124/125, R126/127,
R128/129, R130/131)
B con-
Signal name
tact
USER MACRO INPUT #1034
(PLC → Controller)
[Function] [Operation]
The function, operation, etc. are the same as those of "USER MACRO INPUT #1033".
B con-
Signal name
tact
USER MACRO INPUT #1035
(PLC → Controller)
[Function] [Operation]
The function, operation, etc. are the same as those of "USER MACRO INPUT #1033".
6. EXPLANATION OF INTERFACE SIGNALS
6.2 PLC Input Signals (Data Type: R***)
Signal
abbreviation
DMOV K1000
WOR
R24
K1
Set 1 in #1000.
Signal
abbreviation
Signal
abbreviation
1st system
R26, 27
User macro program
IF [#1000 EQ 0] GOTO 100
R26
#100 = #1033
N100
R24
The #1033 (R26, R27) data is read into #100
other than when #1000 is set to 0.
1st system
R28, 29
1st system
R30, 31
6-2-8
2nd system
3rd system
2nd system
3rd system
2nd system
3rd system

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