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MELIPC MI5000 Series
User's Manual (Startup)
-MI5122-VW

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  • Page 1 MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) -MI5122-VW...
  • 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. In this manual, the safety precautions are classified into two levels: "...
  • Page 4 [Design Precautions] CAUTION ● Do not install the control lines or communication cables together with the main circuit lines or power cables. Keep a distance of 100mm or more between them. Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise. ●...
  • Page 5 [Wiring Precautions] WARNING ● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before installation and wiring. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction. ● After installation and wiring, close the terminal cover before turning it on for operation. Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
  • Page 6 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] WARNING ● Do not touch any terminal while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction. ● Correctly connect the battery connector. Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire. Also, do not expose it to liquid or strong shock. Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, ignite, or leak, resulting in injury and fire.
  • Page 7 [Power-on Precautions] CAUTION ● If input power is supplied again immediately after power supply shutdown of the product, an inrush current that exceeds the specification value may flow. ● To avoid this, wait for five seconds or more after power supply shutdown of the product. Then, supply input power again.
  • Page 8: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi industrial PC ("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 9: Precautions For Using The Product

    PRECAUTIONS FOR USING THE PRODUCT  For the product manufactured by Microsoft Corporation in the United States  The product is equipped with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise manufactured by Microsoft Corporation in the United States as OS. For using this product, our company does not have any responsibility for a problem and the damage caused by the product manufactured by Microsoft Corporation in the United States.
  • Page 10: Introduction

    This manual describes the system configuration, specifications, installation, wiring, maintenance and inspection, and troubleshooting of the product. Before using the Mitsubishi Electric Industrial PC, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and develop familiarity with the functions and performance to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 12 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic configuration........... 64 Wiring and Connecting Components .
  • Page 13 APPENDIX Appendix 1 Product Configuration............. . 103 Hardware configuration .
  • Page 14 Appendix 15Handling of Batteries and Devices with Built-In Batteries in EU Member States ....183 Appendix 16Considerations for repairing the product ..........184 Appendix 17Checking Production Information and Firmware Version .
  • Page 15: Relevant Manuals

    Explains the system configuration, specifications, functions, and e-Manual [SH-081940ENG] troubleshooting of CW Workbench 4. 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 16: Terms

    Terms Description CW Workbench 4 An abbreviation for the engineering tool for Mitsubishi Electric Industrial PC, CW Workbench 4. C Controller module dedicated function A dedicated function library used for controlling a MELIPC. Another term for Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal.
  • Page 17: Part 1 Procedure Before Operation

    PART 1 PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION This part shows the procedure before operations of this product. 1 PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION 2 PRODUCT INSTALLATION 3 HARDWARE DIAGNOSES 4 CFast CARD INSTALLATION 5 Windows SETUP 6 WIRING AND CONNECTION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS 7 PARAMETER SETTINGS 8 ERROR CHECK 9 CREATION AND REGISTRATION OF USER PROGRAMS...
  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Procedure Before Operation

    PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION This section shows the procedure before operation of this product. When the product is to be run for the first time, prepare this product using the following procedure. Installing this product ( Page 18 PRODUCT INSTALLATION) Perform the following operations to install this product. •...
  • Page 19 MEMO 1 PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION...
  • Page 20: Chapter 2 Product Installation

    PRODUCT INSTALLATION This section shows the procedure before installing the product. Installing the product. ( Page 19 Product Installation) Install the product on a control panel or DIN rail. Inserting a battery. ( Page 29 Inserting a Battery) Insert a battery to this product. Wiring the power supply module.
  • Page 21: Product Installation

    Product Installation This section shows the procedure to attach this product to a control panel or similar device. When installing this product in the control panel, pay full attention to the ease of operability of connected cables and switches; the ease of maintenance including replacement and installation of power supply modules and fan modules; and environments resistant to noise and heat.
  • Page 22: Installation Position

    Installation position To improve the airflow and ensure easy replacement of power supply and fan modules, provide clearance between the product and structures/parts as shown below. 30mm or more 90mm or more 100mm or more 5mm or more 5mm or more The shaded area in the illustration shows the control panel ceiling, wiring duct, and parts.
  • Page 23 Installation surface Install the product on a flat surface. If the installation surface is uneven, excessive force is applied to the printed-circuit board, which may cause malfunction. Installation of the product with other devices, distances Pay attention to the following points when installing this product with other equipment. •...
  • Page 24: Installing The Product To A Control Panel

    Installing the product to a control panel This section shows the procedure to attach this product to a control panel. Fix mounting screws (x2) for the upper side of the product to the control panel. Hitch the notch on the right side of the product to the screw attached on the right side. Place the bell-shaped hole on the left side of the product on the screw on the left side of the control panel.
  • Page 25: Mounting The Product On A Din Rail

    Mounting the product on a DIN Rail This section shows the procedure for mounting this product on a DIN rail. Applicable DIN rails When mounting this product to a DIN rail, use any one of the following rail. • TH35-7.5Fe •...
  • Page 26 Precautions • Use a DIN rail for which M5 size screws can be used for mounting. • Use only the square washers included with the DIN rail adapter. • Use only one square washer for each mounting screw. If two or more square washers are used together for one mounting screw, the screw may interfere with the product.
  • Page 27 Push the tab of the hook B-C (4) into two square holes on the left and right of the lower part of the product until it clicks. (2 spots) Tighten the mounting screws (M3×10) of the hook B-C with a screwdriver and fix the hook B-C. (4 spots) •...
  • Page 28 Hitch the upper part of the product to the DIN rail and push the lower part of the base module until it clicks. Fix stoppers of the DIN rail. 2 PRODUCT INSTALLATION 2.1 Product Installation...
  • Page 29 Fixing stoppers of the DIN rail The following shows the procedure for fixing stoppers of the DIN rail. This method for fixing DIN rail stoppers is an example. Fix the module in accordance with the manual for the DIN rail stopper used. Loosen the screw at the upper part of the stopper (1).
  • Page 30 Lateral dimensions of the base unit with the DIN rail This section shows the lateral dimensions when the product is mounted on the DIN rail. DIN rail depth (D) TH35-7.5Fe: 7.5 TH35-7.5AL: 7.5 TH35-15Fe: 15 DIN rail adapter DIN rail adapter Internal surface of a control panel...
  • Page 31: Inserting A Battery

    Inserting a Battery This section shows the procedure to insert a battery. When inserting the battery to this product, turn OFF the power supply of this product. ( Page 134 Turning OFF or Resetting This Product) Open the CFast/BATTERY cover on the front side of this product. Insert the battery into the battery holder (1).
  • Page 32: Wiring The Power Supply Module

    Wiring the Power Supply Module This section shows the information for wiring the power supply module. Precautions Be aware of the following points when wiring the power supply module. Furthermore, wait for about 5 seconds between turning the power supply OFF and ON. •...
  • Page 33 Wiring example The following shows a wiring example for the power supply module. ERR+ ERR- INPUT AC100/240 INPUT Precautions • Additionally, fully tighten terminal block screws that do not have wiring attached. If these are not fully tightened, then during operation these may loosen or fall out because of vibration.
  • Page 34 Manufacturer Isolation transformer 4H503-345 Mitsubishi Electric System & Service, Co., Ltd. ■Installation of breaker or external fuse Considering the rated current and inrush current of the power supply module, install a breaker having the appropriate sensing property or an external fuse causing proper blowout.
  • Page 35 ■Momentary power failure or reset from lightning surge noise If a momentary power failure resulting from lightning surge noise is detected, this product may be reset. As a measure against lightning surge noise, connect a surge absorber for lightning as shown below. Using the surge absorber for lightning can reduce the influence from the lightning.
  • Page 36: Chapter 3 Hardware Diagnoses

    HARDWARE DIAGNOSES Diagnose whether there is a hardware error with this product. Perform hardware diagnoses at first operation, and during troubleshooting. Precautions During a hardware diagnosis, do not turn OFF the power, or reset or restart the product. Doing so may result in the product not being able to start normally.
  • Page 37: Performing Diagnosis

    Performing Diagnosis This section shows the procedure to diagnose hardware problems. Preparation Before diagnosing hardware problems, prepare for the diagnosis using the following procedure. Checking the wiring Check that the power supply wiring and supply voltage to this product are correct. •...
  • Page 38 Performing diagnosis The following shows the procedure for performing hardware diagnosis. • Run a hardware diagnosis after selecting the operation mode when the power supply of this product has been turned ON. When the power supply of this product is ON, turn OFF the power supply of this product before performing a hardware diagnosis.
  • Page 39 Press the SELECT switch (/) (5) to select diagnoses items. The display of the dot matrix LED is changed to any of the modes from 'Mode 00' to 'Mode 05'. Press the OK switch (6). The selected diagnostic items are run. •...
  • Page 40 ■If Mode05 is run The LED display status is as follows during a hardware diagnosis. • LEDs other than the main LED STORAGE LED and RS SD/RD LED are on. • The lighting status of the INFO LED of the main LED turns green or red by the operation of the SELECT switches (/). •...
  • Page 41 Check the dot matrix LED and the status of the main LED. Item Description Dot matrix LED Make sure that all LEDs are on. MAIN LED Make sure that all LEDs other than the STORAGE LED and RS SD/RD LED are on. In addition, make sure that the INFO LED lights green and red.
  • Page 42: Chapter 4 Cfast Card Installation

    CFast CARD INSTALLATION This chapter shows the procedure to insert a CFast card. For procedure to remove the CFast card, refer to the following. Page 151 Inserting and Removing a CFast Card Precautions • Turn OFF the power supply of this product before inserting a CFast card. •...
  • Page 43: Initialization (format)

    Initialization (Format) When using a CFast card for the first time, initialization of the card is required. Do not insert any storage device other than a CFast card when performing the procedure below. Only a CFast card with MBR partition style is available. A CFast card with GPT format is not available. Insert a CFast card to the CFast card slot.
  • Page 44 Right-click "Disk 1", and select [Initialize Disk] in the shortcut menu. In the "Initialize Disk" screen, select MBR (Master Boot Record) and click the [OK] button. Do not select GPT (GUID Partition Table) for the partition style; otherwise, a CFast card cannot be used. (Page 46 Initialization of a CFast card whose partition style is GPT) Right-click the area in "Disk 1", and select [New Simple Volume] in the shortcut menu.
  • Page 45 Click the [Next] button. Specify the size for a new simple volume in "Simple volume size in", and click the [Next] button. 4 CFast CARD INSTALLATION 4.2 Initialization (Format)
  • Page 46 Select a drive letter to be assigned to the new simple volume from "Assign the following drive letter", and click the [Next] button. Select a format setting in "Format Partition", and click the [Next] button. 4 CFast CARD INSTALLATION 4.2 Initialization (Format)
  • Page 47 Click the [Finish] button. 4 CFast CARD INSTALLATION 4.2 Initialization (Format)
  • Page 48 Initialization of a CFast card whose partition style is GPT If a CFast card is initialized in GPT format by mistake, or when using a GPT-formatted CFast card which was once used in another personal computer on this product, delete the configuration information of the CFast card first, then initialize the CFast card in MBR format.
  • Page 49 Run 'select disk 1' in the command prompt. Run 'clean' in the command prompt. Run 'exit' in the command prompt. Close the command prompt. 4 CFast CARD INSTALLATION 4.2 Initialization (Format)
  • Page 50: Chapter 5 Windows Setup

    Windows SETUP This section shows the procedure before setting up Windows. Connection of peripheral devices (Page 66 Wiring and Connecting Components) Connect peripherals including keyboards and monitors. Product power ON Power ON the product. Setup ( Page 49 Setup) Set up Windows. Initial settings (Page 53 Initial Settings) Carry out the Windows initial settings as necessary.
  • Page 51: Setup

    Setup When the product is started the first time or after recovery is executed, Windows setup starts when the power supply of this product is turned ON. Perform setup in accordance with the Windows setup Wizard. Additionally, after setup is completed, configure Windows’ initial settings as necessary. ( Page 53 Initial Settings) If the Japanese language is selected during Windows setup, then the Japanese language keyboard layout changes to an English layout (101).
  • Page 52 Set the following items, and click the [Next] button. • Select your home country/region. • Select a preferred app language. • Select a keyboard layout to use. • Select a current time zone. *1 Select the same language to use in the application as that selected in language selection. *2 If Japanese was selected in Step 1, then the keyboard layout cannot be selected.
  • Page 53 Select the settings method. • If using simple settings, click the [Use Simple Settings] button. • If not using simple settings, click the [Customize] button. When [Customize] was selected, the following items can be configured. • Personal settings • Location information •...
  • Page 54 When the Windows system is displayed, the following items appear. Displayed items Item Description Windows edition Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB System Manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Model MI5122-VW Processor Intel(R) Core(TM )i7 CPU 2.59GHz Installed memory 12.0GB System type 64-bit operating system x64-based processor Pen &...
  • Page 55: Initial Settings

    Initial Settings After setup is completed, configure Windows’ initial settings as necessary. After configuring Windows’ initial settings, turn OFF the power supply of this product. ( Page 134 Turning OFF or Resetting This Product) Windows update settings To prevent an automatic restart of the Windows part by an automatic update of Windows Update while this product is in operation (a user is logged into the Windows part), change the following group policy from the Windows default settings.
  • Page 56: Ip Address Setting

    IP address setting The setting to automatically acquire the Ethernet port (CH2) IP address at initial Windows startup. The IP address settings of Ethernet port (CH2) is changed by Ethernet CH2 (Intel(R) I210 Gigabit Network Connection # Change the IP address settings of the Ethernet port (CH2) as necessary. *1 : Number Setting method Windows Start ...
  • Page 57: Keyboard Layout Settings

    To configure the time zone of the VxWorks part, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Automatic configuration of time The default setting for [Set time automatically] on this product is [Off].
  • Page 58: Restrictions

    Restrictions The following shows the restrictions for Windows. Change of partitions Do not change the partitions (change partition size, split a partition, etc.) on the device upon which Windows is installed (including the C: drive). If a partition is changed, the product may not work correctly. Sleep Windows’...
  • Page 59: Chapter 6 Wiring And Connection Of System Components

    WIRING AND CONNECTION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS This section shows the system configuration of this product, and wiring and connection of components. Development Configuration This section shows the system configuration using this product in a development configuration. Standalone development configuration Connect peripherals (keyboard, monitor, display, etc.) to this product, and then develop user programs on this product. It is not necessary to prepare a separate personal computer for user program development, and operation can be checked soon after a program is compiled.
  • Page 60: Cross Development Configuration

    Cross development configuration Prepare a development environment (personal computer) separate from this product, and then develop user programs. This is optimal for development of embedded programs. Ethernet (1) Development environment (personal computer)  (2) Development software (MI Configurator, CW Workbench 4, Visual Studio , etc.) 6 WIRING AND CONNECTION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS 6.1 Development Configuration...
  • Page 61: System Configuration

    System Configuration The following shows the system configuration using this product. Ethernet CC-Link IE Field DisplayPort Ethernet CC-Link IE Field Basic A: PCs, file/mail servers, cloud, etc. B: peripheral devices (monitors, CFast cards, and USB devices) C: Devices supporting CC-Link IE Field Network D: Ethernet device (SLMP-compatible device) E: Devices supporting CC-Link IE Field Network Basic 6 WIRING AND CONNECTION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS...
  • Page 62: Network Configurations

    Network Configurations This section shows the network configuration of this product. Ethernet configuration The following shows the Ethernet configuration using this product. Ethernet comprises the product Ethernet port and Ethernet cabling. Connection with other devices and stations Connect other devices and stations via Ethernet to enable data collection/change, operations monitoring, status control, and transfer of other data.
  • Page 63: Cc-link Ie Field Network Configuration

    CC-Link IE Field Network configuration This section shows the CC-Link IE Field Network configuration using this product. The CC-Link IE Field Network comprises the CC-Link IE Field Network connector of this product and the Ethernet cable. For details on CC-Link IE Field Network devices supported by this product, refer to the following catalog. Ethernet-based Open Network CC-Link IE Product Catalog (L-08111E) Network topology CC-Link IE Field Network devices are connected using Ethernet cables using a star connection or line connection.
  • Page 64 Precautions This product does not support the following connections. ■Ring connection Station No. and connection position CC-Link IE Field Network devices do not need to be connected in station number order. (1) Station No.1 (2) Station No.3 (3) Station No.2 (4) Station No.0 (Master station) Cascade connection Cascade connection of switching hubs can be up to 4 levels.
  • Page 65 • By updating the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnosis network configuration, it is possible to reset the number of stations that were connected in the past. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application)) • Updating the network configuration carries out reconnection processing for all stations on the network, therefore this results in a momentary data link error for all stations, with output OFF for connected slave stations.
  • Page 66: Cc-link Ie Field Network Basic Configuration

    CC-Link IE Field Network Basic configuration This section shows the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic configuration using this product. CC-Link IE Field Network Basic comprises the Ethernet port (CH1) and an Ethernet cable. Use modules and partner products supported by CC-Link IE Field Network Basic when configuring the network.
  • Page 67 number of link points Link point numbers per slave station are for RX/RY: 64 points, and for RWr/RWw: 32 points. However, when changing the number of occupied stations, these can be set up to a maximum of 256 points by 64 point units for RX/RY, and 128 points by 32 point units for RWr/RWw.
  • Page 68: Wiring And Connecting Components

    Wiring and Connecting Components This section shows wiring and connection of this product and components. For details on wiring, refer to the following page. Page 152 Wiring Precautions Before wiring and connecting this product, be sure to power off the product. Peripheral devices The following shows the peripherals to connect to this product.
  • Page 69: Devices Supporting Cc-link Ie Field Network

    Devices supporting CC-Link IE Field Network For CC-Link IE Field Network devices that can be used this product, refer to the following catalog. Ethernet-based Open Network CC-Link IE Product Catalog (L-08111E) Devices supporting CC-Link IE Field Network Basic For modules that support CC-Link IE Field Network Basic slave stations, refer to the manuals of each of these products. GOT that supports this product can be connected to the Ethernet port (CH1) of this product.
  • Page 70: Chapter 7 Parameter Settings

    Parameter Settings Configure the parameters of this product. Parameters For details on each parameter, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) ■Basic parameters [Navigation window][Parameter][MI5122-VW][Basic Parameter] ■CC-Link IE Field Network Parameters [Navigation Window][Parameter][MI5122-VW][Applicable Parameters][CC-Link IE Field Network Parameters] 7 PARAMETER SETTINGS 7.1 Project Creation...
  • Page 71: Parameter Writing

    Parameter Writing Write parameters. Window [Online][Write to MELIPC] Operating procedure Select the parameters to be written to the product, and then click the [Execute] button. After the writing of the parameters is complete, click the [Close] button. 7 PARAMETER SETTINGS 7.3 Parameter Writing...
  • Page 72: Chapter 8 Error Check

    ERROR CHECK This section shows the workflow up to the confirmation of errors that occurred with this product. Turn ON the power of the system. After this product starts, check the MAIN ERR LED. If the MAIN ERR LED is on or flashing, an error has occurred. Check the error and eliminate the cause.
  • Page 73 MEMO 8 ERROR CHECK...
  • Page 74: Chapter 9 Creation And Registration Of User Programs

    CREATION AND REGISTRATION OF USER PROGRAMS This section shows the creation and registration of the user programs for the Windows part and VxWorks part. Create and register user programs that suit the operating systems to run the user programs. After registration, the user program runs after the power supply of the product is turned OFF to ON or after a reset.
  • Page 75: Melsec Data Link Function

    MELSEC data link function MELSEC data link functions are a function library of communication functions that can be used independent of protocols types. A program to communicate with a MELSEC product can be created regardless of destination hardware or communication protocol by using the MELSEC data link functions.
  • Page 76: Usage Applicability List For Dedicated Function Libraries

    Usage applicability list for dedicated function libraries This section shows the usage applicability of dedicated function libraries. C controller module dedicated function : Available, : Not available Function Function name Description Applicability VxWorks Windows part part   Clock function CCPU_GetRTC Acquires the clock data (local time) of a MELIPC.
  • Page 77 Function Function name Description Applicability VxWorks Windows part part   Event history function CCPU_RegistEventLog Registers event logs to an event history. Interface functions CCPU_EntryShutdownFunc Registers a routine to be called before the MELIPC   (operation functions/ shutdown function is executed. display functions) ...
  • Page 78 C Controller module dedicated functions for ISR : Available, : Not available Function Function name Description Applicability VxWorks Windows part part   Programmable controller CCPU_ReadDevice_ISR Reads data from the internal user devices and internal device access functions system devices of a MELIPC. ...
  • Page 79: User Programs For The Windows Part

    For programming methods of Windows standard API functions, refer to the Microsoft website. For programming methods and usable dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) Registration of user programs Store the created user program (.exe) in the startup folder of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.
  • Page 80: User Programs For The Vxworks Part

    For programming methods of VxWorks standard API functions, refer to the manual of the following version of VxWorks. • VxWorks Version 7 For details on usable dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Creation flow This section shows the steps to create a user program.
  • Page 81 Precautions The following shows the considerations for creating a user program. ■Endian format (memory allocation) MELPIC employs little-endian format (memory allocation). Compiling user programs with little-endian format is required. ■VxWorks real-time process (RTP) MELIPC does not support applications that run in VxWorks real-time process. Create a user program as VxWorks karnel- based application.
  • Page 82 ■Memory fragmentation Reserving and releasing memory repeatedly causes memory fragmentation, and it may result incorrect system operation. ■Restrictions on MELSEC data link functions A path for MELSEC data link function cannot be shared among multiple tasks. A path for opening/closing a task must be managed for each task.
  • Page 83: Script File Creation

    Script file creation A script file (STARTUP.CMD) is a file operated by C language interpreter when this product starts. Content listed in the C language form is analyzed and executed line by line. (Conditional branches and loops cannot be used. ) By listing the load destination and task start order of the user program in the script file, the user program can be started when this product starts.
  • Page 84 Precautions ■Usage of macro (#define) A macro (#define) cannot be used in a script file. ■Startup of user programs In user programs, describe commands so that the task is started and then executed. *1 Priority: 100 to 255 ■When specifying the VX_FP_TASK option When specifying the VX_FP_TASK option for the third argument of taskSpawn, specify "0x1000000".
  • Page 85: Registration Of User Programs

    Registration of user programs This section shows the registration procedure for user programs. Storage locations The following section shows the storage locations of user programs and script files. For the storage configuration of this product, refer to the following section. Page 106 Storage configuration ■User program Store created user programs in a folder that can be accessed from the VxWorks part of this product.
  • Page 86 MEMO 9 CREATION AND REGISTRATION OF USER PROGRAMS 9.3 User Programs for the VxWorks Part...
  • Page 87: Part 2 Maintenance And Inspection

    PART 2 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION This part shows the maintenance and inspection methods of this product. 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 88: Daily Inspection

    Connect the connector securely looseness. in order to ensure no looseness. LED status POWER LED Check visually. The LED must be on. MELIPC MI5000 Series VX RDY LED User's Manual (Application) WIN RDY LED MAIN RUN LED RUN LED MAIN ERR LED The LED must be off.
  • Page 89: Periodic Inspection

    10.2 Periodic Inspection This section describes items that must be inspected 1 to 2 times every 6 to 12 months. Inspect when the equipment has been relocated or modified, or wiring layout has been changed. • In order to prevent problems such as short circuits or bad insulation as a result of issues relating to service life or deterioration, ensure that the power supply is turned OFF when the product is not being operated for a long period of time.
  • Page 90: Fan Module Inspection And Cleaning

    Fan module inspection and cleaning This section shows the fan module inspection and cleaning procedure. For methods to install and remove the fan module, refer to the following. Page 171 Fan module replacement Precautions Turn OFF the power supply of this product before inspecting or cleaning the fan module. Inspection and cleaning procedure Remove the fan module from the product.
  • Page 91: Battery Life

    10.3 Battery Life Shows the battery actual service value and guaranteed value. For battery replacement, refer to the following page. Page 172 Battery Replacement Power-on time ratio Actual service value Guaranteed value 43800 hours (5.00 years) 27200 hours (3.10 years) 30% or more 43800 hours (5.00 years) 35800 hours (4.08 years)
  • Page 92 MEMO 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 10.5 CFast Card Life...
  • Page 93: Part 3 Troubleshooting

    PART 3 TROUBLESHOOTING This part shows the troubleshooting for this product. 11 TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 94 If trouble occurs, troubleshoot using the following procedure. Check the LEDs of this product. Check the lighting status of the LEDs of this product. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application)) Connect MI Configurator, and then execute the diagnostic function. (Page 93 Checking Errors with MI Configurator) Error causes and corrective actions can be checked.
  • Page 95: Checking Errors With Mi Configurator

    11.1 Checking Errors with MI Configurator Check the errors occurring and event history using MI Configurator, and then identify the cause. Information more detailed than via a visual inspection, error causes, and measures for errors can be checked. MI Configurator has the following troubleshooting support functions. Item Description MELIPC Diagnosis...
  • Page 96: Melipc Diagnosis

    MELIPC diagnosis The following information can be confirmed using MELIPC diagnosis. Item Description Error information Displays details of currently occurring errors, and of handling methods. Module information list Displays status information for this product. Event history Can confirm the history of detected errors and executed operations on this product. Error information Displays details of currently occurring errors, and of handling methods.
  • Page 97 MELIPC information list Displays status information for this product. Window Click [Diagnosis]  [MELIPC Diagnosis]  [MELIPC Information List] tab ■Dot matrix information "DotMatrixLED1_1" through "DotMatrixLED9_2" under "LED Information" show the Dot matrix LED display statuses. Display details are displayed in hexadecimal, and for the DotMatrixLED_2 , the lower 8 bits are the valid data.
  • Page 98 When "Menu" is displayed on the dot matrix LED MELIPC information list Dot matrix LED display (binary) Item Description DotMatrixLED DotMatrixLED *1,*2 _2 _1 DotMatrixLED1_1 00000000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 DotMatrixLED1_2 0000 DotMatrixLED2_1 00000000 1000 1000 0000...
  • Page 99 For details on the functions and information collected by the event history function, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Window [Diagnostics] ...
  • Page 100: External Device Configuration Diagnostics

    Displays communication statuses between the Ethernet port (CH1) of this product and external devices, and between virtual Ethernet and the communication target. For details on the external device configuration diagnostics, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Window [Diagnosis]  [External Device Configuration Diagnostics] 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.1 Checking Errors with MI Configurator...
  • Page 101: Cc-link Ie Field Diagnoses

    CC-Link IE Field diagnoses Monitor, diagnose, and test network statuses. For details on CC-Link IE field diagnosis, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Window [Diagnostics]  [CC-Link IE Field Diagnostics] 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.1 Checking Errors with MI Configurator...
  • Page 102: Cc-link Ie Field Basic Diagnoses

    CC-Link IE Field Basic diagnoses Monitor network information. For details on CC-Link IE Field Basic diagnosis, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Window [Diagnostics]  [CC-Link IEF Basic Diagnostics] 11 TROUBLESHOOTING 11.1 Checking Errors with MI Configurator...
  • Page 103: Checking Events With The Event Viewer

    11.2 Checking Events with the Event Viewer Can check the log of events that occurred on the Windows part of this product. Window Windows Start  [Administrative tools]  [Event Viewer]  [Applications and Services Logs]  [MELIPC Service] Displayed items Item Description dialog box...
  • Page 104 Error events The following error events are registered to the system log of Event viewer. When an error occurs, the event and its solution are displayed in the dialog box . Description Corrective action source dialog box MELIPC System Watchdog Stop MELIPC System Watchdog service because an Restart Windows.
  • Page 105: Appendix

    APPENDIX Appendix 1 Product Configuration The appendix shows the hardware configuration, software configuration, storage configuration, and preinstalled applications of this product. Hardware configuration This product comprises a power supply module (1), a main module (2), and a fan module (3). *1 The base section is also included.
  • Page 106: Software Configuration

    ■VxWorks 7.0 VxWorks 7.0 is a real-time operating system provided by Wind River Systems, Inc. For OS standard functions, refer to the VxWorks components of this product. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application)) For the specifications of VxWorks 7.0, refer to the manual of VxWorks 7.0 included on the DVD-ROM of CW Workbench 4.
  • Page 107 Windows part Windows10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB is embedded on Windows part. It allows peripherals to work on Windows, and applications for analyzing production information, including camera image analysis, production results, and traceability, can be used. ■Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB is an operating system provided by Microsoft Corporation in the United States.
  • Page 108: Storage Configuration

    Storage configuration This section shows the storage configuration of this product. This product has internal storage in the main module and additional storage using a CFast card. MELIPC Internal storage CFast card VxWorks section Windows section Windows section System drive (/SYSTEMROM) System drive (C:\)
  • Page 109 ■Folder configuration folder Description /SYSTEMROM /OS_IMAGE Stores the OS image file. Stores the files necessary to connect and debug this product and the integrated development environment (CW Workbench and Wind River Workbench). /VSB_PRJ Stores VSB project files. Stores the files necessary to create DKM (Downloadable Kernel Module) projects by the integrated development environment (CW Workbench and Wind River Workbench).
  • Page 110 ■File names and folder names File names and folder names used in the VxWorks part Use the following characters for file names and folder names stored on the VxWorks part. • Uppercase alphanumeric characters and special characters (excluding \, /, *, ?, <, >, :, ¦, ", and $) *1 If lowercase alphanumeric characters are used, the number of storable files may decrease from the maximum value.
  • Page 111 Precautions ■Writing files Before writing files using FTP or a Telnet during user program operation, make sure that the files to be written will not affect the running user program. ■Access to the same file A file being written cannot be accessed. Furthermore, it is not possible to write to a file being accessed. ■If invalid characters are used Use alphanumeric characters and special characters (excluding \, /, *, ?, <, >, :, ¦, ", and $) for file names and directory names to be stored on this product.
  • Page 112 Windows part This section shows the drive configuration of the Windows part. Type Drive name Application Internal storage A system drive of the Windows part. CFast card Depends on user It can be used as a user drive of Windows part in an arbitrary configuration. (Page 40 CFast CARD operation INSTALLATION) ■File system, file size units, and file access...
  • Page 113: Appendix 2 Part Names

    Appendix 2 Part Names This section shows the part names of this product. (11) (13) (10) (12) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) APPX Appendix 2 Part Names...
  • Page 114 Name Description POWER LED Indicates the operating status of the power supply module. • On: Normal (5 VDC/12 VDC output, 20 ms momentary power interruption) • Off: Error (AC power is being supplied, but the power supply module is faulty (5 VDC/12 VDC error, overload internal circuit fault, fuse blown), AC power not being supplied, power outage (including momentary power interruptions of 20 ms or more))
  • Page 115 Name Description USB connector Connector for connection to devices supporting USB3.0. Connector for connection to devices supporting USB2.0. (10) DisplayPort Image output connector for liquid crystal displays, etc. (11) RS-232 connector Connector for connection to devices supporting RS-232. (12) Ethernet connector Ethernet port managed by the VxWorks part of this product.
  • Page 116: Appendix 3 Product Specifications

    Appendix 3 Product Specifications This section shows the specifications of this product. General specifications The following shows the general specifications of this product. Item Specifications Operating ambient temperature 0 to 55 Storage ambient temperature -25 to 75 Operating ambient humidity 5 to 95 %RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity ...
  • Page 117: Performance Specifications

    Performance specifications The following shows the operational specifications of this product. For specifications of Ethernet, the CC-Link IE Field Network, and the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic, refer to the following page. Page 118 Network specifications Item Description Windows part VxWorks part Power source (AC input) Rated input voltage...
  • Page 118 Item Description Windows part VxWorks part RS-232 Interface Compliant with RS-232 Number of channels Communications method Full duplex/half duplex communications method Synchronous tracking mode Asynchronous tracking mode Transmission rate 9600bps, 14400bps, 19200bps, 28800bps, 38400bps, 57600bps, 115200bps Transmission distance Max. 15 m Data format Start bit Data bit...
  • Page 119 *3 When a CFast card that complies with SATA3 is inserted, the interface is SATA2. *4 Can be allocated to the Windows part or VxWorks part through parameter settings. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application)) *5 This does not include current consumption used for USB and additional storage.
  • Page 120: Network Specifications

    Network specifications The following shows the network specifications of this product. Ethernet Item Description Windows part VxWorks part Interface 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Number of channels 1(CH2) 1(CH1) IP version IPv4/IPv6 IPv4 Communications method Full duplex/half duplex Communications speed • 1000Mbps(1000BASE-T) • 100Mbps(100BASE-TX) •...
  • Page 121 CC-Link IE Field Network Item Description Station type Master station and local station Maximum link point numbers per network 8K (8,192, 16 Kbyte) 8K (8,192, 16 Kbyte) 16K (16,384, 2 Kbyte) 16K (16,384, 2 Kbyte) Maximum link point numbers per Master station 8K (8,192, 16 Kbyte) station...
  • Page 122 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Item Description Station type Master station Number of slave stations on 1 network 64 units (16 units×4 groups) Number of occupied slave stations 1 to 4 Maximum link point numbers per network 2,048 2,048 4096 points 4096 points Maximum link point numbers per Master station...
  • Page 123: Operational Specifications

    • Even when the operating status of this product is either STOP or RUN, the data processing in a user program is performed. To divide the program processing according to the operating status, use the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_GetCpuStatus). (MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks))
  • Page 124: Performance Specifications Of Dedicated Functions

    Performance specifications of dedicated functions In this section, the performance of dedicated functions is explained in the following three processes: task of a VxWorks part, interrupt (ISR), and the thread (process) of a Windows part. Performance on a user task of VxWorks part or thread (process) of Windows part The following shows the time required for processing one user program in which a dedicated function library is used on a VxWorks part or Windows part.
  • Page 125 ■Access time for a user device or file register Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part Windows part (Unit: Word) (Unit: Microsecond) (Unit: Microsecond) CCPU_ReadDevice Internal relay (M) 1024 2048 852.8 4096   Link relay (B) 458.9 458.9 458.9 1024 458.9...
  • Page 126 Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part Windows part (Unit: Word) (Unit: Microsecond) (Unit: Microsecond) CCPU_WriteDevice Internal relay (M) 435.5 435.5 435.5 1024 435.5 2048 829.4   4096 Link relay (B) 491.4 491.4 491.4 1024 491.4 2048 878.8 ...
  • Page 127 ■CC-Link IE Field device access time (when this product is a mater station) A CC-Link IE Field Network configuration when this product is a master station is as follows. MELIPC RJ71GF11-T2 Master station(Station No.0) Local station(Station No.1) Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part Windows part...
  • Page 128 ■CC-Link IE Field device access time (when this product is a local station) A CC-Link IE Field Network configuration when this product is a local station is as follows. RJ71GF11-T2 MELIPC Master station(Station No.0) Local station(Station No.1) Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part Windows part...
  • Page 129 ■Shared memory access time Function name Device size VxWorks part Windows part (Unit: Word) (Unit: Microsecond) (Unit: Microsecond) CCPU_ReadSharedMemory 22.1 22.1 22.1 1024 22.1 2048 23.4 4096 23.4 CCPU_WriteSharedMemory 22.1 22.1 22.1 1024 22.1 2048 23.4 4096 23.4 APPX Appendix 3 Product Specifications...
  • Page 130 Performance on an interrupt (ISR) of VxWorks part The following shows the time required for processing one user program in which a dedicated function library is used from an interrupt processing (ISR) on a VxWorks part. MELIPC VxWorks part User programs of the VxWorks part User device Buffer memory...
  • Page 131 Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part (Unit: Word) (Unit: Microsecond) CCPU_WriteDevice_ISR Internal relay (M) 1024 Link relay (B) 1024 Data register (D) 1024 Link register (W) 1024 File register (ZR) 23.4 210.6 1024 422.5 *1 Interrupt processing time exceeded APPX Appendix 3 Product Specifications...
  • Page 132 ■CC-Link IE Field device access time (when this product is a mater station) A CC-Link IE Field Network configuration when this product is a master station is as follows. MELIPC RJ71GF11-T2 Master station(Station No.0) Local station(Station No.1) Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part (Unit: Word)
  • Page 133 ■CC-Link IE Field device access time (when this product is a local station) A CC-Link IE Field Network configuration when this product is a local station is as follows. RJ71GF11-T2 MELIPC Master station(Station No.0) Local station(Station No.1) Function name Device name Device size VxWorks part (Unit: Word)
  • Page 134: Appendix 4 Function List

    Appendix 4 Function List This section lists the functions of this product. Functions for Windows part The following table shows the functions of the Windows part of this product. Function Description Diagnostic and maintenance functions Watchdog timer (WDT) function To detect hardware errors of the Windows part of this product. Functions for VxWorks part The following table shows the functions of the VxWorks part of this product.
  • Page 135: Common Functions

    Function Description Security function User authentication function To control users that can access this product. Service setting function To enable and disable services running on the VxWorks part. Package Filtering Function To identify the source IP address of accessing devices, thus preventing unauthorized access.
  • Page 136: Appendix 5 Turning Off Or Resetting This Product

    VxWorks part processing that was registered by the user in advance can be executed before performing the MELIPC shutdown function. Advance processing is registered using the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_EntryShutdownFunc). (MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks)) APPX Appendix 5 Turning OFF or Resetting This Product...
  • Page 137 Setting the Windows and VxWorks parts to turn OFF Operating procedure Shut down Windows from Windows Start. The WIN RDY LED flashes during a shutdown. Check that the WIN RDY LED turns OFF. Execute the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_ShutdownRom) on the VxWorks part. Confirm that the MAIN RUN LED is flashing (at high-speed).
  • Page 138: Resetting The Product

    This section shows the procedure to reset this product. The Windows part of this product can be reset individually. For details on the individual reset function, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) Operating procedure Shut down Windows from Windows Start.
  • Page 139: Unified Write Filter (uwf) Settings

    Unified Write Filter (UWF) settings By default, the Unified Write Filter is installed on this product. When the Unified Write Filter is enabled, writing to specified folders and files can be prevented. This means that Windows system files can be protected even when the power supply was shut OFF by a power outage or other non-standard method. For details on the firmware update function, refer to the Microsoft website.
  • Page 140 Enabling the Unified Write Filter Run the command prompt as Administrator. In Command Prompt, run 'uwfmgr.exe volume protect <drive letter>' to enable protection of the drive. To enable protection of the C drive, enter 'uwfmgr.exe volume protect C:'. Arbitrary folders and files of the drive can be excluded from protection. To exclude arbitrary folders and files from protection, run the following command.
  • Page 141 Disabling the Unified Write Filter Run the command prompt as Administrator. In Command Prompt, run 'uwfmgr.exe filter disable' to disable the United Write Filter. The setting remains enabled without executing the command. Restart Windows. The Unified Write Filter is disabled after Windows restarts. ■Command list Command Description...
  • Page 142: Appendix 6 Menu Operation Switch

    Appendix 6 Menu Operation Switch This section shows the operation methods of the menu operation switches. This product is equipped with the following three modes, and the following operations can be performed from the menus displayed on the dot matrix LED. Mode Operation Reference...
  • Page 143 Switch operations This section shows the operations during menu selection mode. • If the HOME switch is pressed when the dot matrix LED display is not 'Menu', the dot matrix LED returns to the default display ('Menu'). • If the HOME switch or OK switch is pressed when the dot matrix LED display is 'Menu', the menu is closed. (If the menu is closed, the content of the mode selected by Display mode is displayed on the dot matrix LED.
  • Page 144 Select the function to run using the SELECT switch (/)(4). Press the OK switch (5). APPX Appendix 6 Menu Operation Switch...
  • Page 145 ■Maintenance Power ON the product. Press the HOME switch (1). 'Menu' is displayed on the dot matrix LED. Use the SELECT switches (/) (2) to select 'Maintenance'. Press the SELECT switch () (3). 'FAN alert' is displayed on the dot matrix LED. Press the SELECT switch () (4).
  • Page 146: Offline Mode

    Offline mode This section shows the operations during menu selection mode and the display specifications of the dot matrix LED. Display of dot matrix LED The following table shows the displays of the dot matrix LED. Dot matrix LED Description Offline mode Initial display when offline mode starts.
  • Page 147: Appendix 7 Product Initialization

    Appendix 7 Product Initialization This section shows the procedure for initializing the product. Initialize this product in the following situations. • This product does not start through execution of the script file registered to the VxWorks part of this product •...
  • Page 148: Types Of Initialization

    Types of initialization This product has the following 2 initialization types. Item Dot matrix LED display Description Setting initialization function Vx Initialization • Initialize the user drive and parameters of the VxWorks part of this product. • Clear the values of the file registers to '0' and initialize the event history. Script initialization function Script Initialization Rename the script file stored on the VxWorks part and create an empty file named...
  • Page 149: Performing Initialization

    Performing initialization Shows steps for performing initialization. • To initialize, select an operation mode when the power supply of the product is ON. • If the HOME switch is pressed when the display of the dot matrix LED is not 'Offline mode', the dot matrix LED returns to the default display ('Offline mode').
  • Page 150 Select the initialization to be run using the SELECT switches (/)(5). • Setting initialization function: Vx Initialization • Script initialization function: Script Initialization Press the OK switch (6). The selected initialization is run. During initialization, the states of the main LED and dot matrix LED of this product are as follows. •...
  • Page 151: Appendix 8 Recovery Of Windows

    Appendix 8 Recovery of Windows This section shows the recovery procedure for the Windows part of this product. Recover the Windows part when the Windows part does not start or Windows needs to be initialized to factory setting. Precautions Do not turn OFF or reset this product during Windows recovery. Otherwise, Windows may not start normally. Recover Windows again if Windows does not start normally.
  • Page 152 Press the OK switch (5). The MAIN RUN LED turns on and Windows recovery is run. During recovery, the state of the dot matrix LED of this product is as follows. • Recovery start: 'Ready' is displayed. • Running: 'Running' is displayed. •...
  • Page 153: Appendix 9 Inserting And Removing A Cfast Card

    Appendix 9 Inserting and Removing a CFast Card This section shows the procedure for inserting/removing a CFast card. Inserted CFast cards are recognized as additional storage of the Windows part. ( Page 106 Storage configuration) Precautions • Turn OFF the power supply of this product before inserting a CFast card. •...
  • Page 154: Appendix 10wiring

    Appendix 10 Wiring This section shows the wiring of this product. The bend radius (R) near the connector and ports should be 4× that of the cable external diameter. Precautions Turn OFF the power supply of this product before wiring. Power supply module For the wiring of the power supply module, see the following page.
  • Page 155 ■Ethernet cables and hubs (during CC-Link IE Field Network Basic configuration) Use Ethernet cables and hubs that meet the following conditions. Ethernet cables Standard Specifications Communication Connector s speed 100BASE-TX Category 5 or better, (shielded, STP) straight cable 100Mbps RJ45 Category 5 or 5e, (shielded, STP) cross cable Hubs Use cables that meet all of the following conditions.
  • Page 156 Precautions ■Considerations when connecting Ethernet devices • When replacing products or changing IP addresses, also reset Ethernet devices. If Ethernet devices retain the Ethernet addresses (MAC addresses) of devices with which they are communicating, then replacing modules will change the Ethernet address (MAC address), and ongoing communications may not be possible.
  • Page 157: Cc-link Ie Field Network Connector

    • IEEE802.3(1000BASE-T) Category 5e or better, (double-shielded, STP) straight cable RJ45 • ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B(Category 5e) The CC-Link IE Field Network Ethernet cable is sold by Mitsubishi Electric System & Service, Co., Ltd. Model name (Manufacturer) Specifications SC-E5EW Series (Double-shielded, STP) straight cable (Mitsubishi Electric System &...
  • Page 158 Wiring procedure The following shows the procedure for wiring Ethernet cables. ■Connection of Ethernet cables While paying attention to the connector orientation, insert the Ethernet cable connector into the CC-Link IE Field Network connector of this product until a click is heard. Lightly pull on the Ethernet cable to check that it is properly connected.
  • Page 159: Rs-232 Connector

    RS-232 connector This section shows the wiring for an RS-232 connector. Wiring equipment The following shows the equipment for wiring. ■Connector The specifications of RS-232 connector are as follows. Pin numbers Signal abbreviation Signal name Signal direction (This product ↔ RS-232 device) ←...
  • Page 160 Wiring procedure The following shows the procedure for wiring an RS-232 connector. ■Connection of an RS-232 connection cable While paying attention to the connector orientation, insert the RS-232 connection cable into the RS-232 connector. Tighten the connector screws. • Connector fitting screws (#4-40UNC): tightening torque range 0.15 to 0.20 Nm ■Removal of an RS-232 connection cable Loosen the connector screws.
  • Page 161: Usb Connector

    USB connector This section shows the wiring for a USB connector. Wiring equipment The following shows the equipment for wiring. ■USB cable Use the USB cable included with the connection equipment. Precautions Cables with a Type A connector can connect this product. Wiring procedure The following shows the procedure for wiring USB connectors.
  • Page 162: Displayport

    DisplayPort This section shows the wiring for DisplayPort. Wiring equipment The following shows the equipment for wiring. ■DisplayPort cable Use cables that meet both of the following conditions. • With shielding. • Meet DisplayPort 1.2a standards. Additionally, use locking connectors that prevent the cable from being disconnected. Wiring procedure The following shows the procedure for wiring the DisplayPort.
  • Page 163: I/o Connector

    I/O connector This section shows the wiring for an I/O connector. Wiring equipment The following shows the equipment for wiring. ■connector The I/O connector specifications are as follows. Pin numbers Signal code Signal name Application Type  Unused terminal SHUTDOWN IN + Shutdown request input Shutdown request signal input terminal Input...
  • Page 164 Mounting and unmounting of the terminal block When unmounting the terminal block, use a flat head screwdriver to loosen the terminal block mounting screws. When mounting the terminal block, tighten the terminal block mounting screws. • Terminal block mounting screw tightening torque: 0.2 to 0.3 N⋅m Precautions Failure to securely fix this may result in drops, short-circuit, or malfunction.
  • Page 165 Wiring procedure The following shows the procedure for wiring I/O connectors. ■Connection of power wiring Use a flat head screwdriver to press the terminal block, and release the power wiring slot. Keep pushing the terminal block button until the power wiring is inserted. Insert power wiring with solderless terminal attached into the power wiring slot, then stop pressing the terminal block button.
  • Page 166 Protection of input terminals ■Shutdown request input terminal Countermeasures for electromotive force When connecting an inductive load, connect a diode in parallel for this load. For diodes to connect, use those that meet the following conditions. • Reverse breakdown voltage is ten times or more than circuit voltage •...
  • Page 167 Countermeasures for electromotive force When connecting an inductive load, connect a diode in parallel for this load. For diodes to connect, use those that meet the following conditions. • Reverse breakdown voltage is ten times or more than circuit voltage •...
  • Page 168 Circuit configuration ■Shutdown request input SHUTDOWN IN + 3.3kΩ DC24V SHUTDOWN IN - (1) Internal circuit ■Shutdown completed output The shutdown completion output remote controller (SHUTDOWN OUT -) outputs L at shutdown completion, and maintains L output until AC power OFF. SHUTDOWN OUT + DC24V SHUTDOWN OUT -...
  • Page 169: Grounding

    Grounding • Provide independent grounding when possible. Grounding work is to be to a class D grounding (3rd class grounding). • Use the thickest cable (maximum of 2). Bring the grounding point close as close to the product as possible in order to reduce to the minimum the length of the ground cable.
  • Page 170: Appendix 11 Module Replacement

    Appendix 11 Module Replacement This section shows the procedures to replace the power supply module and the fan module. Precautions Turn OFF the power supply of this product before replacing modules. Replacement of power supply module The following shows the procedure for replacing a power supply module. Precautions •...
  • Page 171 While lifting the power supply module, remove the concave part (2) from the guide (3) of the base unit. Align the new concave parts (4) of the power supply module and the tips of the guides (5) of the main module. APPX Appendix 11 Module Replacement...
  • Page 172 Using the guide as a support, push in the direction of the arrows until the module fixing hook clicks. Check that the module fixing hooks (6) hang on the main module and the power supply module is mounted securely. When using the product in an environment of frequent vibration or impact, secure the power supply module to the product using screws (1).
  • Page 173: Fan Module Replacement

    Fan module replacement The following shows the procedure for replacing a fan module. For the life of the fan module, refer to the following page. Page 89 Fan Module Life Check that the fan module has stopped operation. After turning OFF the power supply, the fan in the fan module continues to rotate, so wait approximately 10 seconds until the fan stops.
  • Page 174: Appendix 12battery Replacement

    Appendix 12 Battery Replacement This section shows the procedure for replacing a battery. For the battery life, refer to the following page. Page 89 Battery Life Precautions • Turn OFF the power supply of this product before replacing the battery. •...
  • Page 175 Insert the battery connector (6) into the connector (5). Align this so that the black cable is above the battery connector, and ensure that it is fully inserted. Close the CFast/BATTERY cover until it clicks. Power ON the product. Make sure that the BATTERY LED is off. If the BATTERY LED is on, the battery may have been installed incorrectly.
  • Page 176: Appendix 13emc And Low Voltage Directives

    For products compliant to the EMC and Low Voltage Directives, their manufacturers are required to declare compliance and affix the CE marking. The sales representative in EU member states is: Company: 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 177 ■Immunity requirements Standard: EN61131-2:2007 Test item Test description Value specified in standard EN61000-4-2 Immunity testing in which an electrostatic • 8kV: Air discharge Electrostatic discharge immunity discharge is applied to the enclosure of the • 4kV: Contact discharge product. EN61000-4-3 Immunity testing in which an electric field is 80% AM modulation @1 kHz Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field...
  • Page 178 SEIWA ELECTRIC MFG. CO.,LTD. www.seiwa.co.jp The tests were conducted by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation using a control panel having damping characteristics of 37 dB (maximum) and 30 dB (average) (measured at 3 m distance, 30 to 300 MHz). ■Power cable and ground cable •...
  • Page 179 ■Noise filter (power supply line filter) A noise filter is effective for reducing radiated noise in the band up to 10 MHz. For the noise filter, use a HF3010C-SZA from Soshin Electric Co., Ltd. (or a noise filter with equivalent performance). •...
  • Page 180 Cables extended out of the control panel Use a shielded cable for a cable extended out of the control panel such as an I/O signal line (including a common line) and cable for communications. If a shielded cable is not used or not grounded properly, the noise immunity will not meet the requirement. ■Installing a shielded cable •...
  • Page 181 ■Ferrite core A ferrite core is effective for reducing radiated noise in the 30MHz to 100MHz frequency band. It is recommended to install a ferrite core if a shield cable extended out of the control panel does not provide sufficient shielding effects. Install a ferrite core to each power cable and signal cable as shown below.
  • Page 182: Measures To Comply With The Low Voltage Directive

    Measures to comply with the Low Voltage Directive The Low Voltage Directive requires electrical equipment that is designed or adapted for use between 50 to 1000 VAC or 75 to 1500 VDC to satisfy the safety requirements. This section describes the precautions for use of these products to comply with the Low Voltage Directive. These precautions are based on the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive and the harmonized standards.
  • Page 183 Grounding Use with the following ground terminals connected. Terminal name Application Protective grounding Guarantees product safety, and increases immunity to noise. Functional grounding Increases immunity to noise. External wiring ■External devices For external devices connected to a this product, use the one of which insulation between the interface circuit section to this product and the hazardous voltage circuit section is reinforced (if the device internally has a hazardous voltage circuit section).
  • Page 184: Appendix 14considerations On Battery Transportation

    Appendix 14 Considerations on Battery Transportation When transporting lithium batteries, follow the transportation regulations. Regulated models The batteries for this product are classified as shown below. Model name Supply status Transport guidelines FX3U-32BL Lithium battery Non-dangerous goods Transport guidelines Products are packed in compliance with the transportation regulations prior to shipment. When repacking any of the unpacked products for transportation, make sure to observe the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods) Code, and other local transportation regulations.
  • Page 185: Appendix 15handling Of Batteries And Devices With Built-in Batteries In Eu Member States

    Appendix 15 Handling of Batteries and Devices with Built-In Batteries in EU Member States This section describes the precautions for disposing of waste batteries in EU member states and exporting batteries and/or devices with built-in batteries to EU member states. Disposal precautions In EU member states, there is a separate collection system for waste batteries.
  • Page 186: Appendix 16considerations For Repairing The Product

    Appendix 16 Considerations for repairing the product This section shows the considerations for repairing this product. • When repairing, software and data installed by the customer on the product may be deleted, and the product may be returned to its default shipping condition. We shall not be held responsible for the loss or damage of content stored within storage devices regardless of faults, damage, theft during transport, or any other reason.
  • Page 187: Appendix 17checking Production Information And Firmware Version

    Appendix 17 Checking Production Information and Firmware Version This section shows how to check the production information and firmware versions of modules. Checking on the module ■Rating plate The rating plate is located on the side of the module. The production information (16 digits) of the module is shown on the SERIAL field. MODEL SERIAL 123456789ABCDEF...
  • Page 188 Confirmation using MI Configurator ■MELIPC Diagnosis The firmware version and the production information (16 digits) of the module can be checked on the "MELIPC diagnosis" window. [Diagnosis][MELIPC diagnosis] APPX Appendix 17 Checking Production Information and Firmware Version...
  • Page 189: Appendix 18external Dimensions

    Appendix 18 External Dimensions The following diagrams shows the external dimensions of this product. 347.8 ± 0.5 198.5 (Unit: mm) APPX Appendix 18 External Dimensions...
  • Page 190: Index

    INDEX ....146 Script initialization function ....146 Setting initialization function .
  • Page 191 MEMO...
  • Page 192: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-081929-E 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 193: 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 194: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Unicode is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Unicode, Inc. in the United States and other countries. The company names, system names and product names mentioned in this manual are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
  • Page 196 SH(NA)-081930ENG-D(1903)KWIX MODEL: MELIPC-MI5000-U-IN-E MODEL CODE: 13JX87 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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