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CC-Link IE Field Network Interface Board
User's Manual (For SW1DNC-CCIEF-B)
-Q80BD-J71GF11-T2
-Q81BD-J71GF11-T2

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  • Page 1 CC-Link IE Field Network Interface Board User's Manual (For SW1DNC-CCIEF-B) -Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 -Q81BD-J71GF11-T2...
  • 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. For the safety precautions of the programmable controller system, refer to the user's manual for the CPU module used.
  • Page 4 [Installation Precautions] WARNING ● Turn off the power for the system in all phases before installing the board to or removing it from the personal computer. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the board to fail or malfunction.
  • Page 5 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Place the communication cable connected to the board in a duct or clamp them. If not, dangling cables may swing or inadvertently be pulled, resulting in damage to the board or cables or malfunctions due to poor contact. ●...
  • Page 6 [Disposal Precautions] CAUTION ● When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste.
  • Page 7: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("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 8: Considerations For Use

    Do not install or update the driver other than the method written in the troubleshooting. Page 141 TROUBLESHOOTING INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric network interface boards. This manual describes the required system configuration, specifications, operating procedure, functions, and troubleshooting of the relevant products listed below.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 10 Loop test ................54 Cable test .
  • Page 11 Deleting Projects ............... . 96 Closing Projects .
  • Page 12 The screen or operation is abnormal............149 The screen for which corrective action is not clear, is displayed.
  • Page 13 Link refresh time ............... . 216 Link scan time .
  • Page 14: Relevant Manuals

    RELEVANT MANUALS Manual name [manual number] Description Available form CC-Link IE Field Network Interface Board User's Overview of system configuration, specifications, functions, handling, wiring, Print book Manual (For SW1DNC-CCIEF-B) and troubleshooting for CC-Link IE Field Network interface board. e-Manual [SH-080980ENG] (this manual) MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Overview of the CC-Link IE Field Network, and specifications, procedures Print book...
  • Page 15: Terms

    TERMS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following terms. Term Description Baton pass A token to send data over a network. Board WDT Watchdog timer that monitors the operating status of network board. Buffer memory A memory which is used to store data for communication between the CC-Link IE Field Network board and the master/local module.
  • Page 16 Term Description Remote I/O station A station that exchanges I/O signals (bit data) with the master station by cyclic transmission. Remote input (RX) Bit data input from a slave station to the master station. (For some areas in a local station, data are input in the opposite direction.) Remote output (RY) Bit data output from the master station to a slave station.
  • Page 17: Packing List

    PACKING LIST The following items are included in the package of this product. Before use, check that all the items are included. Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 Before Using the Product Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 CC-Link IE Field Network Interface Board SW1DNC-CCIEF-B CC-Link IE Field Network software package (CD-ROM) Software license agreement Q81BD-J71GF11-T2...
  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Overview

    OVERVIEW CC-Link IE Field Network CC-Link IE Field Network is a high-speed and large-capacity open field network that is based on Ethernet technology (1000BASE-T). Data communication High-speed and large-capacity data communication is available between a master station and slave stations on the CC-Link IE Field Network.
  • Page 19 Use of Ethernet cable A 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet is used for the connection interface. The wiring cost can be reduced because 1000BASE- T-compliant Ethernet cables are commercially available. (Page 30 Cables) 1000BASE-T Flexible wiring for the system arrangements The network can be wired into star topology, line topology, and ring topology. (Page 21 Network configuration) For star topology, a 1000BASE-T design switching hub can be used.
  • Page 20: Cc-link Ie Field Network Board

    CC-Link IE Field Network Board CC-Link IE Field Network board allows the connection of a personal computer to CC-Link IE Field Network. CC-Link IE Field Network board can be used as either a master station or local stations of CC-Link IE Field Network. A personal computer can be easily connected to CC-Link IE Field Network A system which contains a personal computer as a master station or local stations of the CC-Link IE Field Network system can be configured.
  • Page 21 User programs created using existing boards can be utilized For user programs to use CC-Link IE Field Network board, the function-level compatibility can be maintained because the common interface (MELSEC data link functions) with the existing boards can be used. Therefore, user programs created using the existing boards such as CC-Link IE Controller Network board, CC-Link Ver.2 board, MELSECNET/H board, can be utilized for CC-Link IE Field Network board.
  • Page 22: Chapter 2 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION System Configuration Using CC-Link IE Field Network Board A system configuration when using the CC-Link IE Field Network board which is installed to a personal computer is shown below. Connect Install Connect Ethernet CC-Link IE Field cable Network system CC-Link IE Field Personal computer Network board...
  • Page 23 Network configuration The network can be wired into star topology, line topology, and ring topology. A network can consist of a combination of star and line topologies but cannot consist of a combination of ring topology and star or line topology. Switching hub Star topology Line topology...
  • Page 24 Only the slave station in which an error has occurred is disconnected from the network. Data link continues with the stations that are operating normally. In a line topology, all stations connected after the faulty station are disconnected. In ring topology, data link continues with the stations that are operating normally. Line topology Stations after the faulty station Master station (Station No.0) are disconnected.
  • Page 25: Multi-network System

    Multi-Network System The multi-network system is a system in which multiple networks are connected by some relay stations. Up to 239 networks can be connected. CC-Link IE Controller Network Network No.3 (Relay station) (Relay station) Network No.1 Network No.2 CC-Link IE CC-Link IE Field Network Field Network...
  • Page 26: Precautions

    Precautions Adding slave stations (including the submaster stations) If a slave station (including a submaster station) is added to a system having 120 slave stations (including a submaster station), the system operates as follows. ■When a serial number (first five digits) of the master station is '17022' or higher Baton pass and data link are not performed in the slave stations (including the submaster stations) added after the 121st station, and other stations continues baton pass and data link.
  • Page 27 Configuration in which data link cannot be performed (incorrect ring topology) Do not wire devices as shown below. Doing so will cause an error in all stations and data link cannot be performed. • Connecting both PORT1 and PORT2 to the switching hub Switching hub Cannot connect both Ethernet ports to the switching hub.
  • Page 28 ■There is an offline mode station on a network configured in ring topology. In the following cases, the master station or the station connected to the offline mode station cannot detect loopback. • Either of the Ethernet cables connected to the offline mode station is disconnected. Master station Station in Offline mode No loopback is...
  • Page 29 Connecting/disconnecting a cable and turning OFF/ON a device This section explains the following operations. Network Configuration Operations Star topology • Turning OFF/ON a system on a slave station or the switching hub • Connecting/disconnecting an Ethernet cable connected to the switching hub •...
  • Page 30 Data link error in all stations when starting a personal computer Errors occur in all stations when a personal computer is started. This is because the line between P1 and P2 of CC-Link IE Field Network board is disconnected under the following conditions.
  • Page 31 Precautions for when connecting the MELSEC iQ-R series module Note that the following points when connecting a MELSEC iQ-R series module in the system where a CC-Link IE Field Network board is used as the master station. ■Connecting to a local station or remote head module of a MELSEC iQ-R series When connecting to a local station or remote head module of a MELSEC iQ-R series module, note the following points.
  • Page 32: Network Components

    Type Model (manufacturer) CC-Link IE Field Network cable SC-E5EW series (Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.) ■Cable types The following cable types are available depending on the operating environment. • Standard type: Cables for inside the control panel and indoor connection •...
  • Page 33: Operating Environment

    Operating Environment The following table shows the operating environment for the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Item Description   Personal computer A personal computer on which Microsoft Windows operates System requirements of the operating system must be met. Required memory PCI bus specifications For Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 •...
  • Page 34 Instructions for personal computer ■PCI standard When a personal computer which is not compliant with the PCI or PCI Express standard is used, troubles caused by failures such as a contact failure or operation error may occur. This board may not operate when a PCI Express slot for graphics is used.
  • Page 35 ■Upgrading and updating an operating system Upgrading an operating system and updating from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 are not supported. Install SW1DNC-CCIEF-B by following the procedure: Uninstall SW1DNC-CCIEF-B. Upgrade or update the operating system. Install SW1DNC-CCIEF-B with the software version supporting the changed operating system. ■The functions cannot be used When using any of the following functions, this product may not operate properly.
  • Page 36 Instructions for user program ■Supported version of SW1DNC-CCIEF-B User program Supported version 32-bit version user program All versions 64-bit version user program 1.02C or later *1 Programs can be created and executed on the 64-bit version operating system. *2 Programs can be created on the 32-bit version operating system, however, the following screen appears and cannot be executed. <When using Windows 7 (32-bit version)>...
  • Page 37: Chapter 3 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS This chapter explains general and performance specifications of CC-Link IE Field Network board. General Specifications General specifications of CC-Link IE Field Network board are shown below. Item Specification 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 38: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications Performance specifications of the CC-Link IE Field Network board are shown below. Item Specification Maximum link points per network 16384 points, 2 KB 16384 points, 2 KB 8192 points, 16 KB 8192 points, 16 KB Maximum link points per Master station 16384 points, 2 KB station...
  • Page 39: List Of Buffer Memory Addresses

    List of Buffer Memory Addresses The buffer memory is used for exchanging data between the CC-Link IE Field Network board and the master/local module. The content of the buffer memory returns to the default (initial values) when the power is turned OFF or the CC-Link IE Field Network board is reset.
  • Page 40 Address Name Initial Read, write Reference (Decimal value (Hexadecimal)) Page 185 20224 RWr offset/size information Station No.1 RWr offset Read (4F00H) RWr offset/ size 20225 Station No.1 RWr size information (4F01H) (Address 20224 to 20463 (4F00H 20462 Station No.120 RWr offset to 4FEFH)) (4FEEH) 20463...
  • Page 41 Address Name Initial Read, write Reference (Decimal value (Hexadecimal)) Page 187 20552 Other station information (station Controller information valid/invalid Read (5048H) No.1) flag Station (controller information) number 1 20553 Manufacturer code (Address (5049H) 20544 to 20554 Model type 20575 (5040H (504AH) to 505FH)) 20555...
  • Page 42: Chapter 4 Procedure Before Operation

    PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION Procedure Before Operation This section explains the procedure before operating the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Start Check Install the software package Install the software package on a personal computer. Page 80 Installation Install the board Install the board to a slot on the personal computer. Page 45 Board installation Set the channel number Set the channel number and confirm it with the utility.
  • Page 43: Part Names

    Part Names This section explains each part name of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 (standard size) 4 PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION 4.2 Part Names...
  • Page 44: Operation Led

    Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 (low profile size) Number Name Description Reference Operation LED Indicates the operating status of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Page 42 Operation LED PORT1 connector for connecting to CC-Link IE Field Network. Page 43 Connector PORT2 connector for connecting to CC-Link IE Field Network. Operation LED The operating status of the CC-Link IE Field Network board is displayed.
  • Page 45: Connector

    When the RUN LED is flashing An error which is peculiar to boards has occurred. Name Status Description Flashing One of the following error has occurred. (Check ERR.LED, and RD LED.) ERR. PCI bus/PCI Express bus error has occurred. Driver WDT error has occurred. When checking channel number The status is displayed as shown below according to the current channel number while opening the "Channel No.
  • Page 46: Installation

    Installation This section explains precautions for handling and installation environment of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Handling precautions The following explains precautions for handling. Precautions for turning on Do not touch any connectors while power is on. Doing so may cause electric shock or malfunction. Handling precautions of the board •...
  • Page 47: Procedure For Replacing Mounting Brackets

    Procedure for replacing mounting brackets The following shows the procedure for replacing a standard-size mounting bracket with a low profile-size mounting bracket. Standard-size Start mounting bracket Loosen the screws. Screw Remove a standard-size mounting bracket. Adjust a low profile-size mounting bracket to holes for fixing the mounting bracket of board.
  • Page 48: Setting Channel Numbers

    Precautions for turning on • Turn off the power for the system in all phases before installing the board to or removing it from the personal computer. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the board to fail or malfunction. Precautions for installing the board •...
  • Page 49: Tests Before Wiring (standalone Tests Of The Board)

    Tests Before Wiring (Standalone Tests of the Board) This section explains the CC-Link IE Field Network board tests before network wiring. Ethernet cable Do not connect an Ethernet cable to the CC-Link IE Field Network board in testing a board alone. Doing so may cause the test to fail.
  • Page 50: Hardware Test

    The result is displayed on "Test Result" field. • Normal completion If the test completes abnormally, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative. • Abnormal completion Hardware test Hardware test checks the hardware in the CC-Link IE Field Network board. The following shows a procedure for performing a test.
  • Page 51: Self-loopback Test

    Self-loopback test Self-loopback test checks the hardware of the CC-Link IE Field Network board alone, including the send/receive circuit of the transmission system and cables. The following shows a procedure for performing a test. Operating procedure Connect Ethernet cables to the RJ45 connector (PORT1) and RJ45 connector (PORT2) of the CC-Link IE Field Network board.
  • Page 52: Wiring

    Wiring This section explains the cable wiring and precautions. For Ethernet cables and hubs used for the wiring, and network configuration, refer to the system configuration. (Page 20 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION) Wiring Precautions The following explains wiring precautions. Precautions for turning on •...
  • Page 53 Precautions for connecting and disconnecting Ethernet cable • Misalignment of the connecting slot of the personal computer may lead to a slight installation error. When the board-side connector is covered with the personal computer, Ethernet cable cannot be connected properly. Check the board installation status not to overlap the connector and the personal computer.
  • Page 54: Ethernet Cable Connection

    Ethernet cable connection Explains the Ethernet cable connection. Connecting the cable Turn off a personal computer on which the CC-Link IE Field Network board is installed, and the connected device. Push the Ethernet cable connector into the CC-Link IE Field Network board and connected device until it clicks. Pay attention to the connector's direction.
  • Page 55 PORT1 and PORT2 connectors need not to be distinguished. • When only one connector is used in star topology, either PORT1 or PORT2 connector can be used. Either one can be used. • When using two connectors for line topology and ring topology, an Ethernet cable can be connected to the connectors in any combination.
  • Page 56: Tests After Wiring

    Tests After Wiring This section describes loop and cable tests that should be performed after network wiring. Perform these tests to the actual operating network configuration. Loop test The loop test checks the network cable connection status and line status from master station and the parameter setting status of each station.
  • Page 57: Cable Test

    Set Mode to "Loop Test" and click the [Start Test] button. • Normal completion The result is displayed on "Test Result" field. If the test completes abnormally, check the error cause on the "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen, process the error. (Page 118 Diagnosing CC-Link IE Field Network) •...
  • Page 58: Communication Test

    Communication test Communication test checks if transient transmission data can be properly routed from the own station to the communication target. Take the following system configuration as an example of communication test procedure. CC-Link IE CC-Link IE Field Network Field Network Own station (request source) Station...
  • Page 59 Click the [Execute Test] button to perform the communication test. If an error occurs, take actions according to the error message. When conducting the test on relay stations, set the receiving (relay) station in "Communication Destination Setting". Setting the sending (relay) station will cause an error. Network No.1 Network No.2 Station...
  • Page 60: Chapter 5 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter explains the functions of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Function List The following table explains the function list of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Cyclic transmission Function Description Reference Communication Communication by RX and I/O data in bit units is communicated between the own station and other •...
  • Page 61 RAS function Function Description Reference Slave station disconnection Only the stations where an error has occurred, including slave stations, are  disconnected from the network, and the data link is continued only with the stations operating normally. In a line topology system, stations after the station where the error occurred are disconnected.
  • Page 62: 5.2 Cyclic Transmission

    Cyclic Transmission This function performs periodical data communication across same network stations during cyclic transmission. For data communication, link devices (RX, RY, RWw, and RWr) are used. Data flow and link device assignment Master and slave stations (except for local stations) One-to-one communication is possible between the master and slave stations.
  • Page 63 Master and local stations Data can be written into the send range of each station's link device (RY, RWw) and can be sent to any station on the same network. The status data of the link devices (RY, RWw) of the master station are stored in the link devices (RX, RWr) of each local station.
  • Page 64 Coexistence of local stations and the other slave stations (other than local stations) The data of all slave stations are also stored in the local stations in the same way as the master station. Personal computer Station No. 0 Station No. 1 Station No.
  • Page 65: Link Scan And Link Refresh

    Link scan and link refresh Link scan is executed 'asynchronously' with the link refresh which is executed by the CC-Link IE Field Network board driver. Link refresh time (Setting time) (Setting time) (Setting time) (Setting time) Link refresh Link refresh Link refresh Link scan Setting method...
  • Page 66: Assurance Of Cyclic Data Integrity

    Assurance of cyclic data integrity The cyclic data integrity can be assured in 32-bit units or for each station. 32-bit data assurance The RWw and RWr data can be assured in 32-bit units. ■Setting method Disable "Block Data Assurance per Station" on the "Supplementary Setting" screen in "Network Configuration Setting". (Page 102 Supplementary setting) To enable 32-bit data assurance, disable "Block Data Assurance per Station".
  • Page 67 Block data assurance per station Integrity of the cyclic data is assured for each station by handshaking between the driver and the CC-Link IE Field Network board by a link refresh. ■Setting method Enable "Block Data Assurance per Station" on the "Supplementary Setting" in "Network Configuration Setting". (Page 102 Supplementary setting) Once this setting is enabled on the master station, integrity of the data for all stations is assured for each station.
  • Page 68: Input Status Of Data Link Faulty Station Setting

    Input status of data link faulty station setting Input data from the data link faulty station can be either cleared or held with the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Input data Range where the settings are enabled Input status in case of failure RX and RY •...
  • Page 69: Cyclic Transmission Stop And Restart

    Cyclic transmission stop and restart During debugging and other operations, cyclic transmission can be stopped (Data reception from the slave stations and data transmission from the own station can be stopped). The stopped cyclic transmission can be restarted. Transient transmission is not stopped.
  • Page 70: Transient Transmission

    Transient Transmission This function allows communication with other stations, using the MELSEC data link library function. Communication is also possible with different networks. Communication on the same network Using MELSEC data link library, the programmable controllers of other stations and the buffer memory of the intelligent function module installed with the head module can be accessed.
  • Page 71: Communication With Different Networks

    Communication with different networks Setting the routing parameters in utility beforehand enables transient transmission to stations on different networks. Seamless communication is also possible with the CC-Link IE Controller Network, MELSECNET/H. CC-Link IE Controller Network Network No.1 Set the communication route by routing parameters in advance. (Relay station) Network No.2 CC-Link IE Field Network...
  • Page 72: Send/recv Function

    SEND/RECV Function The SEND/RECV function sends/receives data to/from other station's programmable controller using the MELSEC data link library function. (Page 137 MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY) Availability by the SW1DNC-CCIEF-B version For CC-Link IE Field Network board with a serial number whose first five digits are '15102' or higher, install SW1DNC-CCIEF- B version 1.04E or later.
  • Page 73 SEND function The SEND function sends data from the own station to the specified channel of the specified station using the mdSend/ mdSendEx function of MELSEC data link library function. [Own station] [Target station] Target station CPU module User application Board main() { Channel 1...
  • Page 74 ■Execution type Two execution types, "with arrival confirmation" and "without arrival confirmation", are available for the SEND function. When sending data with "without arrival confirmation" execution type, "All stations" and "Group numbers" can be specified as target stations besides the station number. •...
  • Page 75 ■Reception buffer of RECV function Reception buffer of RECV function is a function in which a driver executes the RECV instruction automatically and received data are stored to reception buffers of each channel number in the driver. Set the Reception buffer of RECV function in the "driver setting" of the network parameter. (Page 106 Driver setting) •...
  • Page 76 ■Event notification The event notification can be set to receive in the user program when receiving data. The event notification is set in the event setting of the network parameter. (Page 104 Event setting) Received data can be obtained as events in a user program by specifying event numbers set in the event setting using the mdWaitBdEvent function.
  • Page 77: Reserved Station Specification And Reserved Station Function Disable Function

    Reserved Station Specification and Reserved Station Function Disable Function Reserved station specification allows setting of a station that is not actually connected at present but will be connected to the network in the future (must be included in the total number of stations for the network). Reserved stations are not detected as error stations even though they are not actually connected.
  • Page 78: Error Invalid Station And Temporary Error Invalid Station Setting Function

    Error Invalid Station and Temporary Error Invalid Station Setting Function When a slave station is set as an error invalid station, even if it is disconnected from the network during data link, the master station will not detect it as error station. Furthermore, by the temporary error invalid station setting function, a slave station can be temporarily set as an error invalid station.
  • Page 79: Event Function

    Event Function This function checks event conditions every link scan, and notifies events to the user program when the event conditions are met. By using the event function, the link devices can be monitored efficiently without reading link devices regularly by the user program.
  • Page 80: Loopback Function

    Loopback Function The loopback disconnects the station in which an error has occurred from the network and continues data link with the stations that are operating normally. Stations connected after the faulty station can also continue data link. Ring topology If an error occurs, the system will loopback data, continuing data link.
  • Page 81: Driver Wdt Function

    Driver WDT function The driver WDT function monitors the operation of the software (operating system, driver) using the timer function on CC-Link IE Field Network board. When the driver cannot reset the timer of the board within the specified driver WDT monitoring time, CC-Link IE Field Network board detects driver WDT error.
  • Page 82: Chapter 6 Installing And Uninstalling Software Packages

    INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING SOFTWARE PACKAGES This chapter explains the software package installation and uninstallation. Installation and Uninstallation Precautions The following are the precautions when installing and uninstalling the software package. • Log on as a user with administrator authority. • Make sure to close other applications running on Windows (including resident software such as antivirus software) before installation and uninstallation.
  • Page 83: When Installation Is Completed Normally

    When installation is completed normally When the installation is completed normally, the following utilities are registered. Utility  When the installation is completed normally, the utilities shown below are registered in the "Start" of Windows *1 [Start screen]  [All apps] or [Start]  [All Programs] Folder Name Description...
  • Page 84: When Installation Is Aborted Or Failed

    When installation is aborted or failed When the installation is aborted or failed, take corrective actions following the troubleshooting. Page 144 Installation failed Uninstallation This section explains a procedure for uninstalling the software package. Uninstallation procedure Uninstall the software package from the control panel of Windows. •...
  • Page 85: Chapter 7 Overview Of Cc Ie Field Utility

    OVERVIEW OF CC IE FIELD UTILITY CC IE Field Utility is software to display settings and status of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. For installing and uninstalling the CC IE Field utility, refer to the following section. Page 80 INSTALLING AND UNINSTALLING SOFTWARE PACKAGES Overview Use CC IE Field Utility to perform the following functions.
  • Page 86: Menu List

    Menu List This section explains functions of CC IE Field Utility. [Project] Reference  [New] Creates a new project. Page 91 Creating Projects  [Open] Opens an existing project. Page 92 Opening Existing Projects  [Close] Closes an open project. Page 96 Closing Projects ...
  • Page 87: Chapter 8 Screen Configuration And Basic Operations

    SCREEN CONFIGURATION AND BASIC OPERATIONS This chapter explains the screen configuration and basic operations of CC IE Field Utility. Starting and Exiting This section explains the operation methods for starting and exiting CC IE Field Utility. Starting up Start up CC IE Field Utility. Operating procedure Select [MELSEC] ...
  • Page 88: Screen Configuration And Basic Operations

    Screen Configuration and Basic Operations This section explains the main frame (basic screen) of CC IE Field Utility that is displayed when it is started up. Main frame configuration The following shows a main frame configuration. Window Title bar Menu bar Toolbar Work window Displayed items...
  • Page 89: Toolbars

    Toolbars A toolbar is a block of on-screen buttons for executing frequently-used functions included in a menu. The toolbars to be displayed and their display positions on the screen can be set by the user. Displaying/hiding toolbars Select a toolbar to be displayed. Operating procedure Select [View] ...
  • Page 90: Work Windows

    Customizing toolbars This function sets the types of tool buttons to be displayed in each toolbar. Operating procedure Select ( button)  [Add or Remove Buttons] of Toolbar. A list of tool buttons is displayed. Check the check box in front of the tool button to be displayed on the screen. The checked tool buttons are displayed on the screen.
  • Page 91 Displayed items Item Description The tab becomes active when selected. The tab order can be changed by dragging and dropping tabs. The window(s) can be closed from the menu displayed by right-clicking the tab. In addition, the active window can be closed by clicking [] button on the tab. Right click Tool hint Displays a brief explanation when the cursor is moved onto the selected tab.
  • Page 92: Help Function

    Help Function Displaying manuals Displays the manual of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Operating procedure Select [Help]  [Manual] Checking version of CC IE Field Utility Displays information such as the software version of CC IE Field Utility. Operating procedure Select [Help] ...
  • Page 93: Chapter 9 Project Management

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT This chapter explains basic operations of CC IE Field Utility such as creating, opening, and saving projects. Creating Projects Create a new project. Window [Project]  [New] • Creating a new project with data read from the board A new project is created with the data read from the CC-Link IE Field Network board when data are read from the board before creating a new project.
  • Page 94: Opening Existing Projects

    Opening Existing Projects Read a project saved in a hard disk or other memory media of a personal computer. Window [Project]  [Open] Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Save Folder Path Enter the folder (drive/path) where the workspace is saved. The folder can be selected in the "Browse For Folder"...
  • Page 95: Saving Projects

    Saving Projects Save a project in a hard disk or other memory media of a personal computer. Saving projects under the specified name Save the open project under the specified name. Window [Project]  [Save As] Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Save Folder Path...
  • Page 96: Saving Projects With Compression And Unpacking Projects

    Saving projects Overwrite and save the project being edited. Operating procedure Select [Project]  [Save] The existing project data are overwritten. Saving Projects with Compression and Unpacking Projects This section explains the methods for saving projects with compression, and unpacking projects saved with compression. This function gives easier project data passes.
  • Page 97 Unpacking projects saved with compression Unpack a project saved with compression. Window [Project]  [Compress/Unpack]  [Unpack] Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Unpack Source Setting Compressed File Name Enter the folder (drive/path) in which the compressed file to be unpacked is saved, and the compressed file name.
  • Page 98: Deleting Projects

    Deleting Projects This section explains a method for deleting a project saved in a hard disk or other memory media of a personal computer. Operating procedure Select [Project]  [Delete] The "Delete Project" screen is displayed. Select the project to be deleted. Click the [Delete] button.
  • Page 99: Verifying Project Data

    Verifying Project Data This section explains a method for verifying data of an open project and data of another project. Use this function to check if the data of the projects are the same, or to check the changed parameter locations. To verify data in the board, perform board verification.
  • Page 100: Chapter 10 Setting Parameters

    SETTING PARAMETERS This chapter explains the parameter setting items and operations on the setting screens in CC IE Field Utility. For writing set parameters to a board, refer to the following section. Page 113 Writing/Reading Parameters to/from Board 10.1 Parameter List The following table shows the list of CC-Link IE Field Network parameters.
  • Page 101: Setting Network Parameter

    10.2 Setting Network Parameter Set the network number, station number, and other parameters for the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Window [View]  [Network Parameter] Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Network setting Network Type Select the network type. (Page 100 Network type and mode) Channel No.
  • Page 102: Network Type And Mode

    Network type and mode The following explains network types and modes of parameter. Network type The following types can be selected. Item Description CC IE Field (Master Station) Use as a master station in the CC-Link IE Field Network. CC IE Field (Local Station) Use as a local station in the CC-Link IE Field Network.
  • Page 103: Network Configuration Setting

    Network configuration setting Set parameters of slave stations (slave station points, link device assignment) to the master station, and set link scan mode and block data assurance per station. This setting is available when "CC IE Field (Master Station)" is selected in the network setting. Window [View] ...
  • Page 104 Item Description [Clear] button Clears all settings. [Check] button Checks whether the settings are correct. Click the [End] button. Supplementary setting Set the link scan mode, loopback function, and block data assurance per station. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  "Network Configuration Setting"  "Network Configuration Setting"...
  • Page 105 Equal assignment Equally assign link devices to local stations with preset conditions. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  "Network Configuration Setting"  "Network Configuration Setting" screen  [Equal Assignment] button Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 106: Network Operation Setting

    Network operation setting Set the parameter name and network operation at data link error. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  "Network Operation Setting" Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Parameter Name...
  • Page 107 Item Description Event Condition Set the event condition. (Page 105 Combination of detection method and event condition) Word Device Setting Value Set the word device setting value. DEC setting range: 0 to 65535 HEX setting range: 0000 to FFFF Channel No. Set the channel number (use for dedicated instructions) .
  • Page 108: Driver Setting

    Driver setting Set the driver WDT monitoring time, transient timeout monitoring time, link refresh cycle, and RECV function reception buffer. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  "Driver Setting" Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Driver WDT Monitoring Time...
  • Page 109: Target Setting

    Target setting Set logical station numbers to access to multiple CPU system or redundant CPU system using the MELSEC data link library function. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  "Target Setting" Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 110: Routing Parameters

    Routing parameters Set communication paths for transient transmission between a station in the own network and stations in other networks. Window [View]  [Network Parameter]  "CC IE Field Number of Boards Setting" screen  [Routing Parameters] button Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 111 Target relay network For a relay station set in the routing parameter, set a relay station of the own network which is routed by the transient transmission. A setting to perform transient transmission to network number ● To go to network No. station No.
  • Page 112 Stations that need routing parameter settings Routing parameter settings are required for relay stations and a request source which performs transient transmission to other networks. A setting to perform transient transmission from the station number 2 on the network number 1 to the station number 4 on the network number 3 CC-Link IE Field Network Network No.1...
  • Page 113 • Setting for stations that do not perform transient transmission to other networks Routing parameters are not required for stations that do not perform transient transmission to other networks; however, setting the same routing parameters to all stations is recommended. Note that routing parameters need not to be set for stations for which routing parameters are not available (such as a station including a head module).
  • Page 114: Chapter 11 Operating Board Online

    OPERATING BOARD ONLINE This chapter explains a method for operating a board online using CC IE Field Utility. 11.1 Setting Board Channel Numbers This section explains a method for checking/setting board channel numbers. Window [Online]  [Channel No. Setting] Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 115: Writing/reading Parameters To/from Board

    11.2 Writing/Reading Parameters to/from Board This section explains methods for writing project parameter settings to the board and reading current board parameter settings to the project. Operating procedure Select [Online]  [Read from Board]/[Write to Board] • Channel numbers Parameter settings to be written to the board are reflected to the board of the corresponding channel number.
  • Page 116: Verifying Parameters Of Board And Project

    11.3 Verifying Parameters of Board and Project This section explains a method for verifying parameters set to the board and parameters of open project. Use this function to check if the parameters of the projects are the same, or to check the changed parameter locations. To verify two projects, perform the project verification.
  • Page 117: Chapter 12 Monitoring

    MONITORING This function is performed using Device Monitor Utility. For Device Monitor Utility, refer to the following manual. MELSEC Data Link Library Reference Manual 12 MONITORING...
  • Page 118 MEMO 12 MONITORING...
  • Page 119: Chapter 13 Diagnosing Board Status

    DIAGNOSING BOARD STATUS This chapter explains the methods for diagnosing the board or CC-Link IE Field Network status using CC IE Field Utility. 13.1 Diagnosing Board This section explains a method for checking the board status. Window [Diagnostics]  [Board Diagnostics] Displayed items Item Description...
  • Page 120: Diagnosing Cc-link Ie Field Network

    Operating procedure Click the [Start Monitor] button and start monitoring. Click the [Stop Monitor] button to stop monitoring. Set a board channel number of a test target or information display target. Select a test mode for "Mode". Click the [Start Test]button. Start the board test.
  • Page 121: Selecting The Diagnostics Target

    Selecting the diagnostics target The following explains the target selection for CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. The entire network status can be checked by connecting CC IE Field Utility to a master station. However, when a local station status cannot be checked because of a failure such as a cable disconnection, connect the utility to a local station directly. Selecting diagnostics target board When two or more CC-Link IE Field Network boards are installed to a personal computer, the "Select Diagnostics Destination"...
  • Page 122 Displayed items : Diagnosed, : Diagnosed with restrictions, : Not diagnosed Item Diagnostics target Restrictions Reference Master Local station station    Select Diagnostics Destination Page 122 Select diagnostics target Monitor Status    Page 122 Monitor status ...
  • Page 123 Operating procedure Select a station to be diagnosed from "Select Station" or "Network Status". (Page 122 Select diagnostics target, Page 124 Network configuration) Item Description Station where errors occurred , or is displayed on the module icon of the station where an error occurs. Disconnected station The 'disconnected station' icon ( ) is displayed on the network configuration.
  • Page 124 Select diagnostics target Window Displayed items Item Description Board Display the selected diagnostics target board and the network number. Select Station Display the station number of the station selected in the network configuration. Set the station number to be selected. [Change Board] button Displays the "Change Board"...
  • Page 125 Legends Displays the explanation for icons displayed on the diagnostics screen. Window Click the [Legends] button. • Station type display of the icon When modules other than the target of the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics (Page 118 Diagnosing CC-Link IE Field Network) are used in a local station, it is displayed as "Other Modules" ( 13 DIAGNOSING BOARD STATUS 13.2 Diagnosing CC-Link IE Field Network...
  • Page 126 Network configuration CC-Link IE Field Network configuration and status of each station are displayed. When the status of each station is not displayed, check if master stations or station numbers are not duplicated. Window Displayed items Item Description Connected Station Indicates a station connected to the utility (own station).
  • Page 127 ■When is displayed in "Network Status" <The system does not contain a switching hub.> Although the loopback function is disabled, the network is configured in ring topology. Perform the following measures. • When not using the loopback function Disconnect an Ethernet cable connected to any stations on the network (either PORT1 or PORT2). The network topology will become a line topology and data link will start.
  • Page 128 ■Display of network configuration Network configuration is displayed according to the connection status. Network configuration Actual system configuration Network configuration Star topology Master station Switching hub (Station No. 0) Intelligent device station Intelligent device station Intelligent device station (Station No. 3) (Station No.
  • Page 129 Click the [Update] button to update the network configuration diagram as follows: • When a serial number (first five digits) of the master station is "17022" or higher, and if the network configuration diagram on the diagnostic screen does not match with the actual network configuration, match it by updating the network configuration diagram.
  • Page 130 Displayed items Item Description Operating status Display the station number and operating status. : Normal : Error (Data link is continued.) (yellow) : Error (Data link is stopped.) (red) : Station number is not specified. (red) Mode Display the mode. It is not displayed if a station number is not specified. MAC address Display the MAC address.
  • Page 131: Communication Test

    Communication test Perform a communication test on CC-Link IE Field Network. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Communication Test] button Presence or absence of errors on the communication test Operating procedure Set the items on the screen. Item Description Communication Test...
  • Page 132: Cable Test

    Cable test Test the status of the cable connections between the testing station and the devices connected to the ports of the testing station. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Cable Test] button Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 133: Link Start/stop

    Link start/stop Start/stop the data link of a specified station. Use this function for debugging purposes to stop the station from receiving data from other stations and sending its own data. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Link Start/Stop] button Operating procedure Set the items on the screen.
  • Page 134: Network Event History

    Network event history Display a list of event history occurred on the own station and on the network. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Network Event History] button Displayed items Item Description Network Event History Network Event History List Display the list of network event history.
  • Page 135 • The number of displayed events Up to 1000 events can be displayed. When the maximum is reached, the events will be erased in sequence from the oldest one and the latest events will be displayed. • Incorrect display of error occurrence time and date If an error occurs during initial processing, '0000/00/00 00:00:00' will be displayed.
  • Page 136: Reserved Station Function Enable

    Reserved station function enable Cancel slave stations temporarily and reserve the slave station again. This function cannot be performed when the connected station is a local station. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Reserved Station Function Enable] button Operating procedure Select reserved stations to be canceled temporarily or reserved again from "Reserved Station List".
  • Page 137: Enable/disable Ignore Station Errors

    Enable/Disable ignore station errors Set/restore temporary error invalid stations. This function can be performed when the connected station is a master station. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics]  "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen  [Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors] button Operating procedure Select stations to be set/restored as temporary error invalid stations from "Error Invalid Station List".
  • Page 138 • Station for which temporary error invalid station setting cannot be configured When reservation for a slave station is temporarily canceled, temporary error invalid station setting cannot be configured for the station. • An error invalid station is used in line topology. In the following cases, the station is not detected as a data link faulty station.
  • Page 139: Chapter 14 Melsec Data Link Library

    MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY This chapter explains the features of the functions provided by the library. These functions are used when creating a user program to communicate with a programmable controller CPU. With these functions, a user can communicate without being aware of hardware types or communication protocols on the target.
  • Page 140 MEMO 14 MELSEC DATA LINK LIBRARY...
  • Page 141: Chapter 15 Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter explains CC-Link IE Field Network programming. 15.1 Precautions on Programming This section explains precautions for creating CC-Link IE Field Network programs. Cyclic transmission programs For cyclic transmission programs, interlock with the following link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW). (Page 188 Link Special Relay (SB) List, Page 199 Link Special Register (SW) List) •...
  • Page 142 MEMO 15 PROGRAMMING 15.1 Precautions on Programming...
  • Page 143: Chapter 16 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter explains the identification of the causes and corrective actions when an error occurs. Perform the troubleshooting in the following order in case of trouble. Basic checking procedure Check if there is a corresponding error symptom written in "Error Examples". (Page 142 Error Examples) If the corresponding error could not be found, check the cause by following the procedure shown below.
  • Page 144: Error Examples

    16.1 Error Examples The following tables show examples of the major errors under the specific conditions. When a corresponding error occurs, refer to the troubleshooting of each error. Installation of the software package Error Description Reference Installation of the software package Installation aborted.
  • Page 145 Network access Error Description Reference An error occurred in the The communication error occurred.(ERR.LED is ON/Flashing.) Page 152 Communication error (ERR. LED is ON/ network data link. Flashing) The user program cannot access CPU modules other than QCPU Page 152 User program cannot access CPU modules (Q mode) and MELSEC iQ-R series CPU modules.
  • Page 146: Troubleshooting For Installation/uninstallation

    16.2 Troubleshooting for Installation/Uninstallation The following explains the troubleshooting for error at installation or uninstallation. Installation failed When the installation is aborted or failed, reinstall the utility by the following procedure. Operating procedure Check the installation/uninstallation precautions. Page 80 Installation and Uninstallation Precautions Restart the personal computer.
  • Page 147: Action Displayed On The Screen Is Not Effective While Installation

    Operation for the creation of 8.3 filename is disabled Operating procedure Enable the creation of 8.3 filename. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. Display the "Run" screen from the Start Menu or Quick Access Menu of Windows. Append "-G" and execute "Setup.exe" on the CD-ROM. Perform the uninstallation.
  • Page 148 Screens Procedure Click "Install this driver software anyway". Confirm that the publisher is "MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION", and click the [Install] button. This screen may be displayed a couple of times. The message is displayed when the .NET Framework 3.5 (including .NET 2.0 and 3.0) is set to disabled.
  • Page 149: When The Driver Is Not Installed

    When the driver is not installed The driver is installed automatically when installing the board on the personal computer after installing the software package. If the "Found New Hardware Wizard" screen is not displayed automatically after the board installation, update the driver on the Device Manager screen.
  • Page 150: Troubleshooting For Personal Computer And Utility

    16.3 Troubleshooting for Personal Computer and Utility The following shows the troubleshooting for error for operation of a personal computer or utility. Page 148 Personal computer does not start or shuts down Page 148 Utility does not startup Page 149 The screen or operation is abnormal Page 149 The screen for which corrective action is not clear, is displayed.
  • Page 151: The Screen Or Operation Is Abnormal

    The screen or operation is abnormal When the screen is not displayed normally or the software cannot be operated normally, check the following items. Item Corrective action Is an error message displayed? Take corrective action following the message. (Page 149 The screen for which corrective action is not clear, is displayed.) Is the display setting correct? •...
  • Page 152: Personal Computer Operates Slowly

    Personal computer operates slowly The following explains the troubleshooting when the following symptoms have occurred and operating speed of the personal computer becomes slow. • The operation of mouse or keyboard is slow. • The operation of another application is slow. •...
  • Page 153: Driver Wdt Error

    Driver WDT error When the driver WDT error occurred, check the following items. Item Corrective action Has the error occurred due to a temporary system overload ? • Reset the board. (Page 114 Resetting Board) • Restart the personal computer. Has the same error occurred repeatedly? (Is the system •...
  • Page 154: Communication Error (err. Led Is On/flashing)

    Communication error (ERR. LED is ON/Flashing) When the ERR.LED is ON/flashing due to the communication error, check the following items. ERR.LED is ON One of the following error occurred. • An error is detected in all stations. • Stations with same station number exist on the network. •...
  • Page 155: Communication Cannot Be Performed Occasionally When Executing User Program

    Communication cannot be performed occasionally when executing user program When the communication cannot be performed occasionally when executing a user program, check the following items. Item Corrective action Is the error code returned to the user program? Check the returned value of the communication function. (Page 167 Error Code List) Can the network error be monitored with utility? Check the network status with the utility.
  • Page 156: Troubleshooting For Device Access

    16.6 Troubleshooting for Device Access The following shows the troubleshooting when an error has occurred in the network data link. Page 154 Cyclic transmission cannot be performed Page 155 Transient transmission cannot be performed Cyclic transmission cannot be performed The following explains the troubleshooting when the following symptoms have occurred and the cyclic transmission cannot be performed.
  • Page 157: Transient Transmission Cannot Be Performed

    Transient transmission cannot be performed The following explains the troubleshooting when the following symptoms have occurred and the transient transmission cannot be performed. • The data cannot be written to the accessed station. • The data cannot be read from the accessed station. •...
  • Page 158: Checking Method

    16.7 Checking method The following shows the checking methods of the board. Checking with eyesight Check the appearance of the device and connection status. ■Checking the installation and wiring Check if the installation and wiring are performed within the range of the specification. •...
  • Page 159: Checking Installation Environment

    Checking installation environment Check if the installation environment is within the general specification or clear from noise. Page 35 General Specifications Item Corrective action Is the ambient temperature within the specified range? Keep the ambient temperature within the specified range by taking action such as removing heat source.
  • Page 160: Checking Personal Computer And Operating System

    Checking personal computer and operating system Check if the personal computer or operating system has any problem. Item Corrective action Is the power supply ensured? Check the power outlet and power cable of the personal computer. Does the board operate normally if the other optional boards are •...
  • Page 161: Checking Operations With Event Viewer

    Checking operations with event viewer Check the operations of the board with the Windows event viewer. For error events Errors occurred in the driver are displayed in the system log of the event viewer. Errors related to the CC-Link IE Field Network board are displayed as "Mccief" in the source field of the event viewer. The following explains error messages and their corrective actions.
  • Page 162: Checking Channel Numbers

    Event ID Error message Corrective action Board error was detected by the hardware • Restart the personal computer. (021BH) self-diagnosis. • Refer to the troubleshooting when the Hardware error occurred. (Page 150 Hardware error or board WDT error) (021CH) (021DH) (021EH) (021FH) For information events...
  • Page 163: Checking Operations With Tests

    Checking operations with tests Board test Check for hardware errors by performing board tests on the "Board Diagnostics" screen. Page 117 Diagnosing Board Item Description Reference Bus I/F test Check the hardware related to the bus I/F function of the CC-Link IE Field Network Page 47 Bus I/F test board.
  • Page 164 Check the LED status and take the corresponding corrective actions. Status Description Reference ERR. Operating normally. Corrective action unnecessary (Data send/receive is not performed.)  Operating normally. (Sending data)  Operating normally. (Receiving data)   ON/Flash Communication error has occurred. Page 152 Communication error (ERR.
  • Page 165 Item Corrective action Check for any of the following wiring conditions. Correct the wiring. (Page 20 Single Network System) • Connecting both PORT1 and PORT2 to the switching hub <The system does not contain a switching hub.> • Although the loopback function is disabled, the network is configured •...
  • Page 166: Checking Network Status With Cc-link Ie Field Network Diagnostics

    Checking network status with CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics Check the network condition on the "CC IE Field Diagnostics" screen. Page 119 Displaying diagnostics screen Item Corrective action Are all installed boards displayed on the "Select Diagnostics Destination" Check the channel numbers. (Page 160 Checking channel numbers) screen? (Page 119 Selecting diagnostics target board) Is an error displayed on the network configuration diagram? Check the details of the communication error on the "Selected Station...
  • Page 167: Checking Communication Status With Monitoring Access Target Device

    Checking communication status with monitoring access target device Monitor the link device and access target device with Device Monitor Utility. Check whether the system is performing as set on the parameters and programs by checking the performance of link device communication, or transient transmission/reception.
  • Page 168: Information Required For Inquiries

    16.8 Information Required for Inquiries When the troubleshooting cannot solve the problem, or a board failure occurs, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative. Inform the following conditions and situations when inquiring the problems. Product information Item Condition/Situation Reference Product version Board Model: Q80BD-J71GF11-T2/Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 Page 222 Checking Serial...
  • Page 169: Error Code List

    16.9 Error Code List The list of error codes is shown. For error codes which are not listed in this section, refer to the following manual. MELSEC Data Link Library Reference Manual  MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual If the error still occurs after the corrective action, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 170 Error Error code Corrective action code D0E1H Own station specified as reserved In "Network Configuration Setting" of the master station, cancel the reserved station setting. Change the station number of the own station to a station number that is not reserved. D0E2H Station No.
  • Page 171 Error Error code Corrective action code D214H Transient data request error Correct the data length at the request source, and retry the operation. D215H Transient data request error Change the mode to Online, and retry the operation. D216H to Transient data request error Correct the request command at the request source, and retry the operation.
  • Page 172 Error Error code Corrective action code D247H Dedicated instruction received twice Check the network condition by CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics, and take action. Check if the cables and switching hub of the request source are connected properly. If the request source resides in another network, check if the routing parameters are correctly set, and take corrective action.
  • Page 173 Error Error code Corrective action code D257H Request type error (REQ) Check the request type in the request data, and retry the operation. If this error persists, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative. D258H Specified/current control station not Check the target station number, and retry the operation. exist (dedicated instruction) If this error persists, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 174 Error Error code Corrective action code D2A0H Receive buffer full Check the network condition by CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics, and take action. When the target station is overloaded and cannot receive transient data, send the data to the target station after the load on the station is reduced.
  • Page 175 Error Error code Corrective action code D62DH Failed to start data link The system failed to start data link due to any of the following causes. Remove the cause of the problem, and retry the operation. • No station number setting •...
  • Page 176 Error Error code Corrective action code D786H Flash ROM failure The flash ROM may be faulty. Perform hardware and self-loopback tests. (Page 48 Hardware test, Page 49 Self-loopback test) D800H to Hardware error Refer to corrective action for hardware error. (Page 175 Hardware error) D805H D806H Receive queue full...
  • Page 177 Error Error code Corrective action code DAF2H Failed to write to flash ROM The flash ROM may be faulty. Refer to corrective action for hardware error. (Page 175 Hardware error) DAF3H MAC address read error DAF5H to Hardware error Refer to corrective action for hardware error. (Page 175 Hardware error) DAF7H DAF8H to Flash ROM failure...
  • Page 178: Appendix

    APPENDIX Appendix 1 Precautions for Accessing Redundant CPU System This section explains precautions for accessing a redundant CPU system via CC-Link IE Controller Network or MELSECNET/ H network using the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Redundant CPU specification When the system (control system, standby system, system A, system B) of the Redundant CPU is specified to access the Redundant CPU, the Logical station No.
  • Page 179: Retry Processing For The Error That Occurs During System Switching Processing

    <After system switching> Station No.4 CC-Link IE Field Network module MELSECNET/H module Station No.5 CC-Link IE Field Network MELSECNET/H (Network No.1) (Network No.2) Control system Standby system Station No.3 Standby system Control system Tracking cable Station No.1 Station No.2 Checking the system to access target To check which system in the Redundant CPU system is being accessed by the CC-Link IE Field Network board, create a program to monitor the following special relays.
  • Page 180: Automatic Switching Of Communication Path

    Error occurrence The following example gives a flowchart for error occurrence at batch write. Start Write processing (mdSend instruction), etc. Did an error occur? Check the error code. Retry processing Does the error require retry processing? Execute normal processing. Process the error. Execute wait processing.
  • Page 181 Checking method of path switching occurrence When the system is communicating with the redundant CPU specification, whether communication is continued by path switching due to communication error occurrence can be estimated. Create a program that monitors the following special relay and special registers to check the occurrence of path switching. <Special relay and special registers to be monitored and estimated possibility of path switching>...
  • Page 182 <Figure 2 When system switching occurs due to standby system error> CC-Link IE Field Network module MELSECNET/H module MELSECNET/H CC-Link IE Field Network Control system Standby system Connection to the control system Standby system error Personal computer Tracking cable (CC-Link IE Field Network board) CC-Link IE Field Network module MELSECNET/H module...
  • Page 183 ■Details of the special relay and special registers to be monitored when estimating the occurrence of path switching Name Description Description details SM1600 Other system error flag OFF: No error • Turns ON when an error occurs by redundant system error check. (Turns ON when ON: Error any of bits for SD1600 turns ON.) •...
  • Page 184: Appendix 2 Details Of Buffer Memory Addresses

    Appendix 2 Details of Buffer Memory Addresses Describes the buffer memory of the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Address (Decimal Name Reference (Hexadecimal)) 0 to 18975 (0000H to 4A1FH) Link device area Page 182 Link device area 19456 to 20463 (4C00H to 4FEFH) Offset/size information Page 184 Offset/size information 20512 to 20536 (5020H to 5038H)
  • Page 185 Remote register (RWw) (Address 2048 to 10239 (0800H to 27FFH)) The areas to store the value of RWw. The RWw start number and number of points for each station number can be checked by the RWw offset/size information. Page 185 RWw offset/size information (Address 19968 to 20207 (4E00H to 4EEFH)) Buffer memory addresses 2048(0800H)
  • Page 186: Offset/size Information

    Offset/size information The areas to store the device start number and number of points for each station number. Address (Decimal Name Reference (Hexadecimal)) 19456 to 19695 (4C00H to 4CEFH) RX offset/size information Page 184 RX offset/size information (Address 19456 to 19695 (4C00H to 4CEFH)) 19712 to 19951 (4D00H to 4DEFH) RY offset/size information...
  • Page 187 RWw offset/size information (Address 19968 to 20207 (4E00H to 4EEFH)) The areas to store the RWw start number and number of points for each station number. Buffer memory addresses Station No.1 Offset 19968(4E00H) Station No.1 Size (in units of words) 19969(4E01H) Station No.2 Offset...
  • Page 188: Own Station Information

    Own station information The areas to store the own station's information on the network. Network card information (Address 20512 to 20515 (5020H to 5023H)) Address (Decimal (Hexadecimal)) Name Description 20512 (5020H) Manufacturer code The own station's board information is stored. 20513 (5021H) Model type 20514 (5022H)
  • Page 189: Other Station Information

    Other station information The areas to store the other stations information on the network. Station number 1 (Address 20544 to 20575 (5040H to 505FH)) ■Network card information (Address 20544 to 20551 (5040H to 5047H)) Address (Decimal (Hexadecimal)) Name Description 20544 (5040H) Manufacturer code The information of other station (station No.1) is stored.
  • Page 190: Appendix 3 Link Special Relay (sb) List

    Appendix 3 Link Special Relay (SB) List A link special relay (SB) is turned ON/OFF depending on various factors at data link. Any error status of the data link can be confirmed by using and monitoring it in the program. Application of the link special relay (SB) By using link special relays (SB), the status of the CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked.
  • Page 191 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0011 Temporary error Stations specified in Reserved station function disable/temporary error invalid station invalid setting cancel setting (SW0010 to SW0017) are canceled from temporary error invalid stations. request • OFF: No request •...
  • Page 192 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0050 Link start request Turns ON when a cyclic transmission start request by Link start (own station) accept status (own (SB0000) is accepted. station) • OFF: Not accepted (SB0000 is OFF) •...
  • Page 193 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB005C Reserved station Turns ON when the Reserved station function disable request (SB0012) is accepted. function disable • OFF: Not accepted request accept • ON: Cancel accepted status   SB005D Reserved station Turns ON when the Reserved station function disable request accept status (SB005C)
  • Page 194 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0072 Scan mode setting Stores the scan mode setting status. information • OFF: Asynchronous mode • ON: Synchronous mode   SB0074 Reserved station Stores the reserved station specification status due to parameters. The station specification status number set for a reserved station can be checked by Reserved station specification (SW00C0 to SW00C7).
  • Page 195 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0093 Self-loopback test Stores the self-loopback test normal completion or abnormal completion status. normal/abnormal • OFF: Normal completion • ON: Abnormal completion (Conditions) This is enabled when Self-loopback test completion status (SB0092) is ON. ...
  • Page 196 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB00B1 Data link status Stores the cyclic transmission status for the master station. (master station) • OFF: Normal • ON: Error (Conditions) This is enabled when the Baton pass status (own station) (SB0047) is OFF. ...
  • Page 197 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB00F8 Network number Stores the network number match status of each station. match status • OFF: Network number match in all stations • ON: Network number mismatch station found If a network number mismatch station is found, the status of each station can be checked using Network number match status (SW00F8 to SW00FF).
  • Page 198 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0128 PORT1 current error Stores if a receive frame error line status warning level has occurred in each station's frame reception PORT1. status (2) • OFF: A receive frame error line status warning level has not yet been occurred in any stations.
  • Page 199 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0148 PORT1 error frame Stores if a receive frame error line status warning level has occurred in each station's reception detection PORT1 from power-on until the present. status (2) • OFF: A receive frame error line status warning level has not yet been occurred in any stations.
  • Page 200 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SB0180 Reserved station This stores if a reserved station function is disabled. function disable • OFF: No disabled reserved station function status • ON: Disabled reserved station function found If a reserved station function is disabled, the status of each station can be checked by the Reserved station function disable status (SW0180 to SW0187).
  • Page 201: Appendix 4 Link Special Register (sw) List

    Appendix 4 Link Special Register (SW) List Link special registers (SW) store information during data link as numerical values. Error locations and causes can be checked by using and monitoring link special registers (SW) in programs. Application of link special registers (SW) By using link special registers (SW), the status of the CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked.
  • Page 202 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW000B Number of resends If the instruction is not completed within the monitoring time specified by the Arrival (RIRD/RIWT) monitoring time (RIRD/RIWT) (SW0009), this specifies the number of times that the instruction is resent.
  • Page 203 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0047 Baton pass status Stores the baton pass status for the own station (transient transmission possible). (own station) • 0: Data link in progress • 2: Baton pass in progress •...
  • Page 204 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0051 Data link stop status Stores the results when cyclic transmission is stopped by Link stop (own station) (own station) (SB0001). • 0: Normal • 1 or higher: Abnormal (Page 167 Error Code List) When Link stop (own station) (SB0001) is turned OFF, the stored error definition is cleared.
  • Page 205 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0062 Current link scan Stores the current value of the link scan time during cyclic transmission. time The stored value contains a maximum error of 1 ms. (Unit: ms) (Conditions) This is enabled when the Baton pass status (own station) (SB0047) is OFF.
  • Page 206 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0071 Loopback station Stores the number of the station where loopback is being performed. The other number 2 loopback station number can be checked by Loopback station number 1 (SW0070). •...
  • Page 207 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW00A0 Baton pass status Stores the baton pass status for each station. (each station) • 0: Baton pass normal station SW00A7 • 1: Baton pass faulty station If multiple stations change from faulty to normal, because they are reconnected to the network one by one per link scan, the time until the status changes to "0: Baton pass normal station"...
  • Page 208 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW00B8 Network connection Stores the connection status to the network. status • 0: Station not connected to the network SW00BF • 1: Station connected to the network b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00B8 SW00B9 SW00BA...
  • Page 209 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW00D0 Error invalid station Stores the setting status of error invalid stations. setting • 0: Other than error invalid station SW00D7 • 1: Error invalid station b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00D0 SW00D1 SW00D2...
  • Page 210 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW00F0 CPU RUN status Stores the RUN status of each station. (each station) • 0: RUN, STEP-RUN SW00F7 • 1: STOP, PAUSE, stop error b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW00F0 SW00F1 SW00F2...
  • Page 211 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW108 to Station number Stores the occurrence status of station number duplication. SW10F duplication • 0: No duplication of station number occurrence status • 1: Station number duplicated b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW0108 SW0109 SW010A...
  • Page 212 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0120 to PORT1 current error Stores the station number occurring a receive frame error line status caution level in SW0127 frame reception each station's PORT1. status (each station) • 0: A receive frame error line status caution level has not yet been occurred in each station's PORT1.
  • Page 213 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0130 to PORT2 current error Stores the station number where a receive frame error line status caution level has SW0137 frame reception occurred in each station's PORT2. status (each station) •...
  • Page 214 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0140 to PORT1 error frame Stores the station number where a receive frame error line status caution level has SW0147 reception detection occurred in each station's PORT1 from power-on until the present. status (1) •...
  • Page 215 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0150 to PORT2 error frame Stores the station number where a receive frame error line status caution level has SW0157 reception detection occurred in each station's PORT2 from power-on until the present. status (1) •...
  • Page 216 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW0170 to Parameter error Stores the parameter status for each station. SW0177 status (each station) • 0: No parameter error • 1: Parameter error found b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW0170 SW0171 SW0172...
  • Page 217 Number Name Description Availability Master Local station station   SW01A0 Loop test error Stores the execution result of a loop test. station • 0: Normal SW01A7 • 1: Error b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 SW01A0 SW01A1 SW01A2...
  • Page 218: Appendix 5 Processing Time

    Appendix 5 Processing Time The processing time of the CC-Link IE Field Network consists of the time components below. Sequence scan + Link refresh time + Link scan time + Slave station processing time = Transmission delay time Personal computer Master Slave User...
  • Page 219: Link Scan Time

    Link scan time The following is a calculation formula for the link refresh time. (when the link scan mode is asynchronous) RX points RY points (RWr points + RWw points) 0.08 LS = (Number of connected slave stations 1000 (Number of event conditions in Event Setting) 0.02 [ms] Item Cyclic transmission mode...
  • Page 220: Appendix 6 Differences In Cyclic Transmission Modes

    Appendix 6 Differences in Cyclic Transmission Modes This section explains the differences between "Online (Normal Mode)" and "Online (High Speed Mode)" for the CC-Link IE Field Network board. Refer to the information in this section to select "Online (Normal Mode)" and "Online (High Speed Mode)".
  • Page 221: Appendix 7 Comparison Of Cc-link And Cc-link Ie Field Network

    Appendix 7 Comparison of CC-Link and CC-Link IE Field Network This section explains the differences in the specifications between CC-Link Ver.2 board and CC-Link IE Field Network board. Performance specifications comparison ■Transmission and interface specifications Item Specifications CC-Link Ver.2 board CC-Link IE Field Network board Maximum link points per network 2048 points...
  • Page 222 Functional comparison ■Added functions The following are the functions added in the CC-Link IE Field Network. Function Description Reference Cyclic transmission Mode selection for cyclic This mode can be selected for optimizing the performance of Page 100 Network type and mode transmission cyclic transmission based on the frequencies of cyclic Page 218 Differences in Cyclic...
  • Page 223: Appendix 8 Combinations With Existing Software

    Appendix 8 Combinations with Existing Software There is no restriction when using CC-Link IE Field Network board with other MELSEC interface boards or MELSOFT products on the same personal computer. For the restrictions of the applicable operating environment or applicable access target, refer to the manual of each product. APPX Appendix 8 Combinations with Existing Software...
  • Page 224: Appendix 9 Checking Serial Number And Function Version

    Appendix 9 Checking Serial Number and Function Version Explains a method for checking a serial number and a function version of CC-Link IE Field Network board. Checking on the rating plate The serial number and function version of CC-Link IE Field Network board can be checked in the SERIAL column of rating plate.
  • Page 225: Appendix 10new And Improved Functions

    Appendix 10 New and Improved Functions Change of hardware function The following table shows the new or improved function for CC-Link IE Field Network board. New and improved function First five digits of the Version of SW1DNC-CCIEF-B serial number Parameter setting function for CC-Link IE Field Network remote device station 15102 or higher 1.06G or later (mdRemBufWriteEx function, mdRemBufReadEx function)
  • Page 226: Appendix 11 Restrictions For Operating System

    Appendix 11 Restrictions for Operating System For the following operating systems, use SW1DNC-CCIEF-B with the supported version. The following version of software and manual are provided continuously. Operating system Supported version SW1DNC-CCIEF-B Manual number Windows Server 2008 1.09K SH-080980ENG-I Windows Vista Windows Server 2003 R2 Windows XP Do not use a function added by a version newer than the supported version.
  • Page 227: Appendix 12windows Warning Message

    Appendix 12 Windows Warning Message Overview of warning message When using an operating system with the user account control function, a warning message appears when the utility is activated. (Page 85 Starting and Exiting) Methods for preventing warning message The user account control (UAC) function prevents a crash (e.g. prevention of start-up of a program which executes unintended operation).
  • Page 228 Select [System and Security]. Select [Change User Account Control settings]. Set the slide bar to "Never notify" and click the [OK] button. Setting completed APPX Appendix 12 Windows Warning Message...
  • Page 229 Allowing operation without displaying warning message The following shows a procedure for allowing an operation without displaying a warning message. Operating procedure Open [Control Panel]. Select [System and Security]. Select [Administrative Tools]. APPX Appendix 12 Windows Warning Message...
  • Page 230 Select [Local Security Policy]. When user account control is enabled, the following screen appears. Click the [Continue] or [Yes] button. Select [Local Policies]. Select [Security Options]. Select [User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode Prompt for consent].
  • Page 231 Select [Elevate without prompting] on the [Local Security Setting] tab, and click the [OK] button. Setting completed APPX Appendix 12 Windows Warning Message...
  • Page 232: Appendix 13behavior When Personal Computer Enters Power Save Mode Or Fast Startup

    Appendix 13 Behavior When Personal Computer Enters Power Save Mode or Fast Startup CC-Link IE Field Network board does not support the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) and fast startup. The following explains the behavior of the personal computer when the personal computer enters each mode. Behavior when the personal computer enters the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) Target operating system...
  • Page 233: Appendix 14melsecpowermanager

    Appendix 14 MELSECPowerManager MELSECPowerManager is a service application which monitors the Windows Power Options settings every 30 seconds to prevent the personal computer from entering the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) or the fast startup function. MELSECPowerManager is applicable for the following operating systems. •...
  • Page 234 Select [Administrative Tools]. Double-click [Services]. Check if MELSECPowerManager is registered. APPX Appendix 14 MELSECPowerManager...
  • Page 235 • When MELSECPowerManager is disabled, the personal computer may enter the power save mode (hibernate, sleep) automatically depending on the settings on the personal computer. Do not disable MELSECPowerManager because the CC-Link IE Field Network board does not function normally if the personal computer enters the power save mode (hibernate, sleep).
  • Page 236: Appendix 15emc And Low Voltage Directives

    EC Declaration of Conformity and the products must bear a CE marking. Sales representative in EU member states The authorized representative in EU member states will be: Company name: Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany Measures to comply with the EMC Directive The EMC Directive sets two requirements for compliance: emission (conducted and radiated electromagnetic energy emitted by a product) and immunity (the ability of a product to not be influenced by externally generated electromagnetic energy).
  • Page 237 ■Immunity requirements Standard Test item Test description Value specified in standard EN61131-2: 2007 EN61000-4-2 An electrostatic discharge is applied to the • 8kV Air discharge Electrostatic discharge enclosure of the equipment. • 4kV Contact discharge immunity EN61000-4-3 An electric field is radiated to the product. 80% AM modulation @1kHz Radiated, radio-frequency, •...
  • Page 238 The precautions for using CC-Link IE Field Network cables are described below. • Use CC-Link IE Field Network cables (SC-E5EW-SM, manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.). • A CC-Link IE Field Network cable is a shielded cable. Remove a part of the shield as shown below and ground the largest possible exposed section to the ground.
  • Page 239: Measures To Comply With The Low Voltage Directive

    Noise filter (power supply line filter) Noise filter is effective for reducing conducted noise in the 10MHz or less frequency. (Use of a noise filter can suppress noise.) The installation precautions are described below. • Do not bundle the cables on the input side and output side of the noise filter. If bundled, the output side noise will be induced into the filtered cable on the input side.
  • Page 240: Appendix 16external Dimensions

    Appendix 16 External Dimensions The following figures show the external dimensions of each board. Q80BD-J71GF11-T2 φ3.2 18.5 (Unit: mm) APPX Appendix 16 External Dimensions...
  • Page 241: Q81bd-j71gf11-t2

    Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 (standard size) φ3.2 (Unit: mm) Q81BD-J71GF11-T2 (low profile size) φ3.2 (Unit: mm) APPX Appendix 16 External Dimensions...
  • Page 242: Index

    INDEX ....183 0 to 9 Link special register (SW) ....183 Link special relay (SB) .
  • Page 243 ....... . 83 Utility...
  • Page 244: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-080925-P 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 245: 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 246: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS Adobe and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/ or other countries. Celeron, Intel, and Pentium are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 248 SH(NA)-080980ENG-O(1907)KWIX MODEL: SW1-CCIEF-B-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JZ58 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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