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  • Page 1 MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Application) -MI5122-VW...
  • Page 3 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 100 mm or more between them. Failure to do so may result in malfunction due to noise.
  • Page 5 Wiring and replacement of a power supply module must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel with knowledge of protection against electric shock. For wiring methods, refer to the MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup).
  • 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 ● When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. ● When disposing of batteries, separate them from other waste according to the local regulations. For details on battery regulations in EU member states, refer to the MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup).
  • Page 8 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  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 Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric Industrial PC. This manual describes the functions and parameter settings of the product. Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and develop familiarity with the functions and performance to handle the product correctly.
  • Page 11 CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 12 Transient Transmission ..............51 Communication within the same network .
  • Page 13 LED operation function ..............115 LED status acquisition function .
  • Page 14 APPENDIX Appendix 1 Troubleshooting by Symptom ............198 POWER LED of the power supply module turns off .
  • Page 15 A drive for CFast card does not appear............219 An application error appears while running a user program .
  • Page 16 [SH-081938ENG] methods of online functions in MI Configurator. 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 17 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 18 MEMO...
  • Page 19 PART 1 FUNCTIONS FOR Windows PART This part explains the functions for the Windows part. 1 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS...
  • Page 20 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS This section explains the diagnostic and maintenance functions of the Windows part. Watchdog Timer (WDT) Function This function detects hardware errors of the Windows part of this product. Watchdog timer types The watchdog timers that run on the Windows part are as follows. The watchdog timers of the Windows part and VxWorks part run independently.
  • Page 21 Monitoring start and reset This section shows the timing to start and reset monitoring a watchdog timer. Function name Description Windows part System watchdog timer The system automatically starts monitoring, and resets using periodic processing. The system can acquire the actual measured value of the time interval to reset the system watchdog timer. ( Page 19 Reset interval of system watchdog timer) If system processing has been suspended for a long time because of a hardware failure of this product or execution of an interrupt program, a watchdog timer timeout occurs.
  • Page 22 MEMO 1 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 1.1 Watchdog Timer (WDT) Function...
  • Page 23 PART 2 FUNCTIONS FOR VxWorks PART This part explains the functions for the VxWorks part. 2 CLOCK FUNCTION 3 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER DEVICE MEMORY FUNCTION 4 SLMP FUNCTION 5 iQSS FUNCTION 6 CC-Link IE Field Network FUNCTION 7 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 9 Telnet FUNCTION 10 NETWORK FILE ACCESS FUNCTIONS...
  • Page 24 Sets the clock data (local time) of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) ■SNTP Server Acquires and applies time information from an SNTP server constructed externally. ( Page 30 Time Setting Function (SNTP Client)) When the clock data is changed, the following operation is performed.
  • Page 25 CCPU_GetRTC Acquires the clock data (local time) of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions ■Clock data during initial operation Since the clock data is not set at the factory, be sure to set the certain data.
  • Page 26 Time Zone Setting Function This function configures the time zone of the clock managed by the VxWorks part. The clock managed by the VxWorks part can be set to the time zone of the region in which it will be used. Use Windows standard functions to set time zone settings for the clock in Windows.
  • Page 27 When changing the time zone, the product time is changed to that of the new time zone. If the time zone is changed to 'UTC+0' when the time zone of this product is 'UTC +9' and the time is '9:00', the time of this product will be '0:00'.
  • Page 28 Daylight Saving Time Setting This function configures daylight saving time (summer time) of the clock managed by the VxWorks part. The time of the clock managed by VxWorks part moves forward and backward one hour on the start and end dates of daylight saving time, respectively.
  • Page 29 Displayed items Item Description Setting range Adjust clock for daylight saving time Set to enable or disable daylight saving time. • Disable • Enable (Default: Disable) Start/end time specification method Set the timing of the switch to daylight saving time. •...
  • Page 30 Daylight saving adjustment timing The following shows the daylight saving adjustment timing. Product daylight saving time is adjusted at the following times. • On the start date and end date of daylight saving time • When turning the power supply of this product OFF to ON or at a reset of this product Operation during daylight saving time The following shows the product operation during daylight saving time.
  • Page 31 Clock Data Synchronization Setting Function This function synchronizes the clock managed by the Windows part and the clock managed by the VxWorks part. Precautions If the clock data synchronization setting is used, data is overwritten by the clock data of the synchronization origin even if the clock data of the synchronization destination is changed.
  • Page 32 Time Setting Function (SNTP Client) This function collects time information at the specified time from the time information server (SNTP server) connected to the network and automatically configures the time of the VxWorks part of this product. Ò Ó (1) SNTP server (2) MELIPC A time inquiry message is sent to the SNTP server.
  • Page 33 Time Setting Time is configured by "Time Setting" of "Operation Related Setting". Window [Basic Parameter]  [Operation Related Setting]  [Clock Setting] Displayed items Item Description Setting range Time Setting (SNTP Client) Configure whether to use time setting (SNTP client). •...
  • Page 34 Execution timing of time setting When "Use" was configured for "Time configuration (SNTP client)", time is configured at the following times. • When the power supply of this product is turned ON or this product is reset • Specified fixed cycle interval •...
  • Page 35 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER DEVICE MEMORY FUNCTION This function enables access from external devices to devices of programmable controller CPUs held in memory by this product. Use this function to issue control commands from GOT and MELSOFT products or display the operating status or other information.
  • Page 36 Reads data from link devices of CC-Link IE Field Network. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions and MELSEC data link functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) ■GOT and MELSOFT products...
  • Page 37 Clearing of device values The values of devices of this product can be cleared. The following table shows devices that can be cleared. Item Description Clearing of device The all values of the devices (M, B, D, and W) of the product are set to 0. Clearing of file register The all values of the file register (ZR) of the product are set to 0.
  • Page 38 SLMP FUNCTION This function reads and writes data using SLMP between the VxWorks part and SLMP compatible products or the Windows part of this product. Function The following table shows the SLMP communication functions compatible with this product. : Supported : Unsupported Function Supported ...
  • Page 39 Supported commands This section shows the SLMP commands supported by this product. For details on SLMP commands, refer to the following manual. SLMP Reference Manual Item Comman Subcommands Description Type Operation Device Read 0401 • 001 Reads values from bit devices (consecutive device number) in 1-point units. •...
  • Page 40 Precautions ■Processing points for tests (random write) For the processing points for tests (random write), refer to the following manual. SLMP Reference Manual ■drive number The drive number of a drive that performs file control is handled in the same way as a module of the MELSEC iQ-R series. The following table shows the correspondence of the specified drive number and the drive number of this product.
  • Page 41 iQSS FUNCTION This function makes this product compatible with the iQ Sensor Solution (iQSS). Device detection and communication configuration can be performed by using MI Configurator for iQSS compatible devices connected to this product. Supported functions This product supports the following iQSS functions. ■CC-Link IE Field Network Function Description...
  • Page 42 MEMO 5 iQSS FUNCTION...
  • Page 43 CC-Link IE Field Network FUNCTION This function communicates with data and devices on the network through the CC-Link IE Field Network. Cyclic Transmission This uses a link device (RX, RY, RWr, RWw), to periodically exchange data between stations on the same network. Cyclic transmission applies to the data communication for which high-speed, high-frequency read-write is required.
  • Page 44 • At input from slave station  The slave station link device (RX, RWr) status is output to external devices.  The slave station link device (RX, RWr) status is stored in the master station link device (RX, RWr) using link scan. ...
  • Page 45 If master station and local station Network stations write data to link device (RY, RWw) transmission ranges, and send data to all stations on the network. The master station link device (RY, RWw) status is stored in the local station link device (RX, RWr). The local station link device (RY, RWw) status is stored in the master station link device (RX, RWr) and other local station link devices (RY RWw).
  • Page 46 If slave station (with exception of local stations) and local stations are mixed As with master stations, data for all slave stations is stored in the local station as well. RX, RWr RX, RWr RX, RWr RX, RWr RY, RWw RY, RWw RY, RWw RY, RWw...
  • Page 47 Reads data from link devices of CC-Link IE Field Network. (During interrupt) For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions and MELSEC data link functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions ■Assurance of cyclic data...
  • Page 48 Block data assurance per station This guarantees that former data and new data within cyclic data is not mixed. Devices covered by block data assurance per station are link devices (RX, RY, RWr, RWw). RWr RWw (1) Master station (2) Slave station (3) Cyclic transmission (4) Data guarantee Setting method...
  • Page 49 Writes data to link devices of CC-Link IE Field Network. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions After starting data assurance of link devices, always end it. Otherwise, the updating of the input status for own station link devices and the output status of link devices from own station to other stations does not restart.
  • Page 50 Operations of input status and output status during an error The following table shows the operations of the input status from data-link error stations and the output status of cyclic data when a stop-error occurred on this product. Status Operation Input status from data-link error stations RX and RWr are maintained.
  • Page 51 Output status when this product is STOP Set whether to retain or clear the output of cyclic data when this product enters a STOP condition. Setting method Configure the output status when the MELIPC is STOP by using "Cyclic Support Function" of "Applicable settings". ( Page 187 CC-Link IE Field Network Parameters List) Link device output status The following table shows the relationship between link devices and output statuses of a MELIPC (retain or clear).
  • Page 52 Registers a routine to be called when the link scan of CC-Link IE Field Network is completed. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 6 CC-Link IE Field Network FUNCTION...
  • Page 53 Writes data to the buffer memory of a remote device station on CC-Link IE Field Network. For details on MELSEC data link functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) ■When accessing another CPU module in a multiple CPU system When accessing another CPU in a multiple CPU system on another station by transient transmission, setting a logical number is required.
  • Page 54 CC-Link IE Field Network Synchronous Communications This carries out synchronous communications with the slave station using the synchronization cycle specified in the master station. This product operates as a master station using the CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous communication function, and carries out link scanning for each cycle in the synchronization cycle, and synchronized control of slave stations.
  • Page 55 CC-Link IE Field Network diagnosis The CC-Link IE Field Network diagnosis checks network status, error content, and communication via operation tests to check and troubleshoot the network status. Precautions A connector for CC-Link IE Field Network on this product is displayed as PORT2. Therefore, the status of PORT1 will always be disconnected when diagnosing CC-Link IE Field Network on this product.
  • Page 56 Item Connection destination Restricted items Reference of MI Configurator master local station station   Page 67 Reserved Reserved station temporary clear/remove If connected to a local station, then only display of reserved stations is station temporary clear/ possible. remove ...
  • Page 57 The production information of network modules can be checked by the following operation. • Select a ModuleRight-clickShortcut menu[Production information] However, this function cannot be used when the module does not comply with production information or there is an error with a connection station. Usage The following shows the method for using the CC-Link IE Field diagnoses function.
  • Page 58 The station selected for "Network status" in "Selected station communication status monitor" is displayed. ( Page 57 Diagnostic screen) The status of the selected station will be displayed above the "Selected station communication status monitor". During an error, a button such as [PORT2 cable disconnection] is displayed on the "Selected station communication status monitor".
  • Page 59 Diagnostic screen [Diagnostics]  [CC-Link IE Field Diagnosis] Item Description Select Diagnostics Select Station Selects the station No. of the station to diagnose. Destination It is also possible to select the station to diagnose by clicking the icon of the module displayed on the network configuration diagram.
  • Page 60 Item Description Network Status Total Slave Stations (Parameter) Displays the total number of slave stations (No. of slave stations) set in "Network Configuration Settings" under "Basic Settings". Total Slave Stations (Connected) Displays the total number of slave stations (No. of slave stations) actually carrying out baton pass in the CC-Link IE Field Network.
  • Page 61 If the "Error(Illegal ring connection detected/Execute loopback)" icon is displayed If the "Error(Illegal ring connection detected/Execute loopback)" icon is displayed in the network station, handle as below. ■For system topologies without switching hubs Ring connections when the "Basic Settings" "Network Topology" are set to "Line/Star", but this is a ring connection. Handle as below.
  • Page 62 Network configuration diagram ■Icon Description Displays a station (own station) connected to MI Configurator. The network type and station number are displayed. If the station number is not configured, a "?" is displayed. If the text has a colored background, the corresponding station is set to, for example, a reserved station. Use the [Legend] button to confirm details of the background color.
  • Page 63 system configuration Displays network configuration diagram Star connection/line connection mixed (1) Master station (Station No.0) (2) Switching hub (3) Local station (Station No.1) (4) Remote device station (Station No.2) (5) Intelligent device station (Station No.3) (6) Intelligent device station (Station No.4) (7) Remote device station (Station No.5) •...
  • Page 64 Selected station communication status monitor Displays status of the station selected in "Network status". ■If the station with error occurring is selected Description Indicates the operating status. • Station No.: Normal operation • Station No. Error occurrence (yellow): Error occurrence (data link running) •...
  • Page 65 Communications test The communications test checks that the transient transmission communication route from the own station to the communications destination is correct. Window ■Execution procedure In the "CC-Link IE Field diagnoses" window, click the [Communications test] button. Input "Communications destination settings" and "Communications data settings". Click the [Execute test] button.
  • Page 66 Cable test The cable test checks for disconnected or broken Ethernet cables. Only Ethernet cables connected to P1 or P2 of the station implementing the test are subject to testing. Check the status of the entire network by the network configuration diagram of the CC-Link IE Field diagnosis or the selected station communication status monitor.
  • Page 67 Link start/stop Stop cyclic transmission (stopping of data receiving from slave stations and data sending from own station) during debugging and other situations. Furthermore, restart stopped cyclic transmission. In link start/stop, transient transmission does not stop. Cyclic transmission start and stop is possible even in Link special relay (SB) and Link special register (SW). RX, RWr RX, RWr RX, RWr...
  • Page 68 Window Confirm cyclic transmission status in "Link status". ■Execution procedure In the "CC-Link IE Field diagnoses" window, click the [Link start/stop] button. In "Selection status", select the station for which to start or stop cyclic transmission. If the station connected to MI Configurator is a local station, only the own station can be selected. The connected station can be checked in "Connected Station Information".
  • Page 69 Reserved station temporary clear/remove Temporarily clear reservations of slave stations specified to reserved stations. Use this feature when connecting a slave station specified to a reserved station to the network. Furthermore, slave stations that had reserved status canceled again become reserved stations. A reserved station can be cleared/removed temporarily by a master station by using Link special relay (SB) and Link special register (SW).
  • Page 70 ■Method to select module in "Reserved Station Function Enable" window In the "Reserved Station Function Enable" window, reserved station temporary clear of multiple slave stations with a single operation is possible. • Reserved station temporary clear Connect slave stations specified as reserved stations to the network.
  • Page 71 Temporary error disabled station settings/remove Temporarily set slave stations that have not been set as error disabled stations to error disabled stations. Use this feature so that slave station errors are not detected temporarily. Additionally, remove temporary error disabled station settings for slave stations that are temporarily error disabled stations. A reserved station can be configured or cleared as an error invalid station temporarily by a master station by using Link special relay (SB) and Link special register (SW).
  • Page 72 ■Method to select module in "Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors" window In the "Enable/Disable Ignore Station Errors" window, reserved station temporary error disabled stations settings of multiple slave stations with a single operation is possible. • Temporary error disabled station settings In the "CC-Link IE Field Diagnostics"...
  • Page 73 ■Relationship with parameters Reserved station temporary clear is not reflected to "Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings". ■If the master station has been reset or the power turned OFF Temporary error disabled station setting is not reflected to "Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings". ■If a station set as a temporary error disabled station is removed from the network Resetting the master station product or turning the power OFF results in the following differences between the master station and local station.
  • Page 74 Processing Time The CC-Link IE Field Network processing time comprises the following items. • Link scan time + slave station response processing time = transmission delay time (1) Master station (2) Slave station (3) Link device (4) Link scan time (5) Slave station response processing time 6 CC-Link IE Field Network FUNCTION 6.5 Processing Time...
  • Page 75 Transmission delay time of cyclic transmission This section shows the transmission delay time of cyclic transmission. When the local station is a C Controller module, change SL to the following processing time. • SL=P=R+α P: Processing time on a C Controller system R: Refresh cycle α: Link refresh time When the local station is this product, use direct access to the link device or buffer memory access.
  • Page 76 If master station and local station ■Master station (RX) ← Local station (RY) The following table shows the time from the device of the CPU module of the local station turning ON or OFF until the link device of the master station is turned ON or OFF. •...
  • Page 77 ■Master station (RWr) ← Local station (RWw) The following table shows the time from when data was configured to the device of the CPU module of the local station until data was stored to the link device of the master station. •...
  • Page 78 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION Function that uses the FA network over general-purpose Ethernet, using this product's Ethernet port (CH1). Cyclic Transmission A link device (RX, RY, RWr, and RWw) is used to periodically exchange data between master station and slave stations. Data flow and link device assignment This shows the data flow between master station and slave station through a link device.
  • Page 79 Setting method Assign link devices in "Network Configuration Settings". (Page 177 Network Configuration Settings) Assign link refreshes in "Refresh Settings". ( Page 182 Refresh Setting) Cyclic transmission is performed for a group which consists of up to 16 stations. For assignments of link devices and the one for link refreshes, however, the group number is not required to be taken into consideration.
  • Page 80 ■If no response from the slave station If the master station is unable to receive a response from the slave station because of the slave station power being interrupted or a cable disconnected, etc. then the master station will wait for a response from the slave station for the timeout period specified in link scan settings, and will disconnect slave stations from which there was no response within the set disconnect detection count.
  • Page 81 Link scan time after timeout If a timeout occurs due to the failure of a slave device, the link scan time will be changed depending on the setting value of the timeout time. • When the timeout time is shorter than the link scan time, operation follows the configured "Link Scan Time". ( Page 83 Link scan time settings) •...
  • Page 82 Link refresh This function automatically transfers data between devices and link devices of the master station. Link refresh is performed in sync with link scan. ( Page 83 Link scan operation) Setting method A refresh target device is assigned by "Refresh Settings" under "CC-Link IEF Basic Setting". ( Page 162 BASIC PARAMETERS) Precautions ■When a file register is specified for a refresh target device...
  • Page 83 Group number setting This function divides slave stations into groups by setting a group number to each slave station and each of groups performs cyclic transmission. By separating slave stations with a shorter response processing time and slave stations with a longer response processing time into groups, the differences of the standard response times of each slave station does not affect the cyclic transmission.
  • Page 84 Cyclic transmission data flow The following figure shows the data transitions of cyclic transmission when a group number is set. ■Basic operation The master station sends requests, that vary from a group to group, to all salve stations. The slave stations receive multiple request messages from the master station;...
  • Page 85 Link scan operation This section shows the operation of link scan. After sending requests to all slave stations, the master station starts another link scan after the configured link scan time has elapsed. A link scan is carried out for each configured link scan time. Ò...
  • Page 86 MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions and MELSEC data link functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 7 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION...
  • Page 87 Ends data assurance for access to a link device of CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions After starting data assurance of link devices, always end it. Otherwise, the updating of the input status for own station link devices and the output status of link devices from own station to other stations does not restart.
  • Page 88 To register a routine to be called when the link scan of CC-Link IE Field Network Basic is completed. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 7 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION...
  • Page 89 Operations of input status and output status during an error The following table shows the operations of the input status from data-link error stations and the output status of cyclic data when a stop-error occurred on this product. Status Operation Data link abnormal station input •...
  • Page 90 Output status when this product is STOP Set whether to retain or clear the output of cyclic data when this product enters a STOP condition. Setting method The output status when this product is STOP can be set in "Output status settings when MELIPC is stopped" of "CC-Link IEF Basic Setting".
  • Page 91 Reserved Station Specification Reserved station specification can reserve stations to connect in the future (not actually connected, but those counted as being on the network). Reserved stations do not become faulty stations even if they are not actually connected. (1) Master station (2) Slave station 1 (3) Slave station 2 (4) Slave station 3 (not actually connected reserved station)
  • Page 92 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics Perform troubleshooting by performing the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics and checking the network status and error details. Window [Diagnostics]  [CC-Link IEF Basic Diagnostics] 7 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION 7.3 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics...
  • Page 93 Displayed items Item Description Total Slave Stations (Parameter) Displays the number of slave stations set in parameters. IP Address Displays the IP address of the master station. Switch between decimal and hexadecimal display with "Switch IP address display". Error Code Displays master station error codes.
  • Page 94 Acquires the diagnostic information of CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 7 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic FUNCTION 7.3 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics...
  • Page 95 Processing Time The CC-Link IE Field Network Basic processing time comprises the following. • Link scan time + slave station response processing time = transmission delay time (1) Master station (2) Slave station (3) Link device (4) Link scan time (5) Slave station response processing time Link scan time This product operates according to a link scan time that is set in "Link Scan Time Settings"...
  • Page 96 Transmission delay time The transmission delay time includes the input transmission delay time and the output transmission delay time. Input transmission delay time The input transmission delay time shows the following. • The time from signal (RX) input into the slave station until the master station device turns ON or OFF. •...
  • Page 97 Data processing of a user program continues even when the operating status of this product is remote STOP due to the self-diagnosis function. To separate the processing of a user program by operating status, use the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_GetCpuStatus). (MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks))
  • Page 98 For details on the internal configuration of this product (Windows part and VxWorks part), refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) Precautions ■Automatic restart at a Windows system error If Windows automatic restart is enabled, and 'Restart' is selected for when the Windows part stops, this product may restart repeatedly.
  • Page 99 LED display setting Configure the applicability of MAIN ERR LED display during continuation errors using "LED Display Settings" of "RAS Setting". Window [Basic Parameter]  [RAS Setting]  [LED Display Setting] Displayed items Item Description Setting range MAIN ERR LED Minor error Set MAIN ERR LED to "Display"...
  • Page 100 Sets the user WDT of the VxWorks part and starts the user WDT. CCPU_ResetWDT Resets a user WDT of the VxWorks part. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.2 Watchdog Timer (WDT) Function...
  • Page 101 Monitoring start and reset This section shows the timing to start and reset monitoring a watchdog timer. Function name Description VxWorks part System watchdog timer The system automatically starts monitoring, and resets using periodic processing. The system can acquire the actual measured value of the time interval to reset the system watchdog timer. ( Page 99 Reset interval of system watchdog timer) If system processing has been suspended for a long time because of a hardware failure of this product or execution of an interrupt program, a watchdog timer timeout occurs.
  • Page 102 Registers a routine to be called when a user WDT error interrupt of the VxWorks part occurs. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) When the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_EntryWDTInt) is executed multiple times, the registered routine of the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_EntryWDTInt) executed most recently is enabled.
  • Page 103 Description CCPU_GetCpuStatus To acquire the operating status of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.3 Operating Status Management Function...
  • Page 104 • Even when the operating status of the VxWorks part is either STOP or RUN, the data processing of a user program is performed. To divide program processing depending on the operating status of the VxWorks part, use the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_GetCpuStatus). (MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks)) Change of the operating status Use one of the following methods to change the operating status.
  • Page 105 Clears the continuation errors of the MELIPC. CCPU_GetErrInfo Acquires error information of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.3 Operating Status Management Function...
  • Page 106 Shuts down the user drive of the VxWorks part. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions When writing of the user drive is inhibited, it is not possible to write to the user drive until the power supply of this product is turned from OFF to ON or the product is reset.
  • Page 107 Description CCPU_GetCpuStatus To acquire the operating status of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.3 Operating Status Management Function...
  • Page 108 If this product is stopped due to an error when a remote RESET is performed, this product starts in the operating status configured by the switch. ■System reset A system reset can also be performed by the MELIPC RESET/WIN RESET switch. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS...
  • Page 109 Windows part forced restart For details on Windows part forced restarts, refer to the following page. Page 122 Windows part forced restart 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.3 Operating Status Management Function...
  • Page 110 This product enters the same state as when the following operations are performed. • Turning the power OFF and ON or resetting the product (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) • Resetting the product by the MELIPC RESET/WIN RESET switch (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) •...
  • Page 111 • The FAN LED turns ON. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) *1 When this function turns on the FAN LED, the FAN LED does not turn off even when the power supply of this product is turned OFF to ON or the product is reset.
  • Page 112 CCPU_SysClkRateSet Stores the specified system clock rate in the non-volatile memory. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions ■System clock rate changes Use the C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_SysClkRateSet) to change the system clock rate. If this command (sysClkRateSet) is used to change the system clock rate of VxWorks, the operation of the VxWorks part will be unstable.
  • Page 113 CCPU_RegistEventLog Registers event logs in the event history of a MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.4 Event History Function...
  • Page 114 Event history file The event history file is saved to the system memory of this product. File size When the configured file size for the event history file is exceeded, the latest history is saved after deleting the oldest history. The file size is calculated using the following formula.
  • Page 115 Checking event history Event history can be checked using the MELIPC diagnosis function of MI Configurator. Window [Diagnostics]  [MELIPC Diagnostics]  [Error Information]  [Event History] Clearing the event history Use the "Event History" window [Clear All] button to delete all event history stored on the product. If event history is cleared, then an event indicating that the event history was cleared will be saved.
  • Page 116 This function executes functions corresponding to the switch operations of this product. For the operation methods and corresponding functions of each switch, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) Switch status acquisition function This function acquires the switch status of this product.
  • Page 117 Sets values to be displayed on the dot matrix LED of a MELIPC. CCPU_SetDotMatrixLED_ISR For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.5 Switch/LED Operation Function...
  • Page 118 Acquires the values displayed on the dot matrix LED of a MELIPC. CCPU_GetDotMatrixLED_ISR For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.5 Switch/LED Operation Function...
  • Page 119 External Device Configuration Diagnostics Function This function displays communication statuses between the Ethernet port (CH1) of this product and an external device, and between virtual Ethernet and the communication target. By executing this function to check the communication status between this product and other devices, connection status and other information can be checked for troubleshooting.
  • Page 120 Only the connection statuses of devices configured by the External device communications network configuration are displayed. Connection statuses are not displayed for other connected devices. (The connection status cannot be checked even when an SNTP server is connected to the Ethernet port (CH1). ) To check the status of a connection with a device not covered by the external device configuration diagnostics, use a command (netstat, ping, etc.) to check the network status of VxWorks.
  • Page 121 To enable this function and protect files, enable the Unified Write Filter installed on this product to protect the Windows system files. For the configuration method of the Unified Write Filter, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) 8 DIAGNOSTIC AND MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS 8.7 Function to Forcibly Restart Windows During an Error...
  • Page 122 OFF. For the procedure to turn OFF the power supply of this product, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) Shutdown execution Use one of the following methods to shut down this product.
  • Page 123 Precautions ■When the MELIPC shutdown function is not completed When the MELIPC shutdown function is run, the WIN RDY LED may continue to flash, and the MELIPC shutdown function may not be run. Connect a display to this product to discover if there is a reason that the MELIPC shutdown function is not finished (program is running, file saving, etc.).
  • Page 124 Individual Reset Function This function resets the Windows part independently during operation of this product. For example, use to restart the Windows part without stopping control of the VxWorks part. Precautions ■Operations when this product is resetting Requests of the individual reset function are ignored when this product is resetting due to a remote operation, C Controller module dedicated function, switch operation, or other cause.
  • Page 125 Use one of the following methods to force a restart of the Windows part. ■Switch operations Use the MELIPC RESET/WIN RESET switch. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) Operating procedure Close all applications running on Windows. Press the MELIPC RESET/WIN RESET switch to the WIN RESET side until the WIN RDY LED flashes.
  • Page 126 Registers a routine to be called before the Windows forced-restart function of the individual reset function is executed. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) Precautions ■Windows part forced restart permission Excluding forced restarts from a switch operation, it is necessary to allow forced restarts of the Windows part using MI Configurator.
  • Page 127 8.10 User Drive Initialization Function This function deletes all folders and files stored on the user drive of this product. • The event history file is not deleted because it is saved in system memory. To delete event history, clear the event history.
  • Page 128 Telnet FUNCTION This function executes shell commands by a personal computer or Telnet tool of the Windows part using the TCP/IP network. Basic remote debugging (display of task information, memory dumps, etc.) of the VxWorks part can be performed using the Ethernet port (CH1) of this product or virtual Ethernet.
  • Page 129 Precautions ■Number of connections Multiple Telnet tools cannot connect to a single product. When using a Telnet tool, make a one-to-one connection with this product. When connecting via another Telnet tool, make sure to close (disconnect) any Telnet tool that is connected. ■Timeout When the line is disconnected during a Telnet connection, it takes 30 seconds until the Telnet connection (TCP) times out on this product.
  • Page 130 For messages of VxWorks, refer to the VxWorks Manual and the Help section of CW Workbench 4. ■If the password has been forgotten If the password has been forgotten, initialize this product. For the initialization method of this product, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) 9 Telnet FUNCTION...
  • Page 131 NETWORK FILE ACCESS FUNCTIONS This chapter explains network file access functions that uses Ethernet and virtual Ethernet. Access files stored on the VxWorks part of this product via the network from the Windows part or external devices. 10.1 FTP Function This function runs the VxWorks part of this product as an FTP server.
  • Page 132 If the password has been forgotten, initialize this product. For the initialization method of this product, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) ■File (folder) name Do not copy files (folders) that include characters that cannot be used by the VxWorks part to a shared folder of the VxWorks part.
  • Page 133 10.2 File Sharing Function This function runs the VxWorks part of this product as a file sharing server. This function complies with the file sharing function specifications of Windows. File sharing server function Make the internal folders of the VxWorks part available publicly as shared folders to enable access from external devices and the Windows part.
  • Page 134 Access to the file sharing server Use the standard shared folder function of Windows to access the file sharing server from external devices or the Windows part. This section shows the procedure when external devices and the Windows part of this product use Windows Explorer to access the file sharing server.
  • Page 135 If the password has been forgotten, initialize this product. For the initialization method of this product, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) ■File (folder) name Do not copy files (folders) that include characters that cannot be used by the VxWorks part to a shared folder of the VxWorks part.
  • Page 136 SECURITY FUNCTION This function prevents the leakage or falsification of information as a result of third-party unauthorized access to information resources of the VxWorks part of this product. For the security of Windows part, use the standard functions of Windows and security software. The security function is one step in stopping unauthorized access (damage to programs or data, etc.) from external devices, and does not fully prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 137 ■If the user password has been forgotten A new password can be applied if a user with an Administrator access level changes and writes the parameters. If a user with an Administrator access level forgets their password, initialize this product. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup))
  • Page 138 ■Execution applicability by access level This section provides a list of execution applicability for each access level. • When the user authentication function is enabled, a user that is not registered to the user management information cannot perform all operations. •...
  • Page 139 • Diagnosis menu of MI Configurator : Possible, : Impossible menu screen Operation Access level Administrators Users MELIPC Diagnosis MELIPC Diagnosis Error clear   File creation Event history All clear   File creation Dot matrix LED diagnosis Monitoring start Monitoring end ...
  • Page 140 User management information settings Configure the user management information by "User authentication setting" of "Security settings". The configured user management information will be applied after the power supply of this product is turned OFF to ON or this product is reset. Window [Basic Parameter] ...
  • Page 141 ■User authentication settings Window Displayed items Item Description User list The configured user management information is displayed. (Maximum 16 items) The screen to add user management information appears. delete Deletes the selected user management information. Change Changes the selected user management information. 11 SECURITY FUNCTION 11.1 User Authentication Function...
  • Page 142 *1 If this service is disabled, the Telnet service cannot be used either. Precautions If MI Configurator operations are disabled, parameters cannot be configured. To enable service, initialize this product. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) 11 SECURITY FUNCTION 11.2 Service Setting Function...
  • Page 143 11.3 IP Filter Function This function identifies the source IP address of accessing devices, thus preventing unauthorized access. Specifying the IP address of the other device restricts access by the other device using Ethernet port (CH1). Restricting access to communications routes using Ethernet can provide optimal security for the network environment. For security for Ethernet port (CH2), use the Windows standard functions or security software.
  • Page 144 ■IP filter setting details Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Access from the following IP Select whether to block or allow an access from specified IP addresses. • Allow addresses • Block (Default: Allow)  Specify range Select this to specify the range of IP addresses that are to be blocked or allowed.
  • Page 145 ■Set IP address to clear Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range  Target IP address Displays the range-specified IP address. IP address to clear Specify the IP address to clear. 0.0.0.1 to 223.255.255.254 Precautions The following range of IP addresses cannot be configured for IP addresses to be excluded. •...
  • Page 146 MEMO 11 SECURITY FUNCTION 11.3 IP Filter Function...
  • Page 147 MELSOFT PRODUCT AND GOT CONNECTION FUNCTION This function monitors and tests the VxWorks part from a MELSOFT product or GOT using the Ethernet port (CH1) of this product or virtual Ethernet. Use this function with a hub connection (specify an IP address for connection) for remote operations using Ethernet for long- distance connections and high-speed communications or to connect MI Configurator on multiple devices or other MELSOFT products.
  • Page 148 MEMO 12 MELSOFT PRODUCT AND GOT CONNECTION FUNCTION 12.1 Connection Method...
  • Page 149 Acquires a 1 ms counter value of a MELIPC. CCPU_GetCounterMillis_ISR Acquires a 1 μs counter value of a MELIPC. CCPU_GetCounterMicros CCPU_GetCounterMicros_ISR For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 13 SYSTEM COUNT FUNCTION...
  • Page 150 MEMO 13 SYSTEM COUNT FUNCTION...
  • Page 151 Function name Description CCPU_EntryTimerEvent Registers a timer event. CCPU_WaitTimerEvent Waits for a timer event to occur. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 14 TIMER EVENT FUNCTION...
  • Page 152 MEMO 14 TIMER EVENT FUNCTION...
  • Page 153 PART 3 COMMON FUNCTIONS This part explains the common functions between the Windows part and VxWorks part. 15 OS LINKING FUNCTIONS 16 SERIAL INTERFACE SWITCHING FUNCTION...
  • Page 154 OS LINKING FUNCTIONS This chapter explains the OS linking function of this product. 15.1 Virtual Ethernet Function This function connects the Windows part and VxWorks part of this product using a virtual network. By using this function, the VxWorks part can be monitored and tested from MI Configurator installed on the Windows part. Furthermore, this function is used as a communication route of the Windows part and VxWorks part, such as a connection with MELSOFT products and GT SoftGOT.
  • Page 155 CCPU_WriteSharedMemory Writes data to the shared memory of the MELIPC. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) ■Shared memory size A size of 256 MB can be used as shared memory.
  • Page 156 CCPU_SendInterOSEvent Notifies inter OS events. For details on the C Controller module dedicated functions, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (Windows) MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks) 15 OS LINKING FUNCTIONS 15.3 Inter OS Event Notification Function...
  • Page 157 Inter OS event notification operation This section shows the operations of inter OS event notification. ■When a user application of the VxWorks part is waiting for an inter OS event notification from the Windows part Ó OS(A) Ò OS(B) Ô (1) User application The C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_ReceiveInterOSEvent) is executed by a user program of OS (B).
  • Page 158 Inter OS communication that uses inter OS event notification The fact that shared memory was updated can be reported without polling processing by using the inter OS event notification function after an update of shared memory. The following diagram shows an example of the operations of a user program receiving and sending data between operating systems using the inter OS event notification function.
  • Page 159 ■When a user program of the Windows part reads data of the VxWorks part. The C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_ReceiveInterOSEvent) is executed by a user program of the Windows part. The user program of the Windows part waits for an inter OS event notification. The C Controller module dedicated function (CCPU_SendInterOSEvent) is executed by a user program of the VxWorks part, which then waits until the inter OS event notification is issued.
  • Page 160 MEMO 15 OS LINKING FUNCTIONS 15.3 Inter OS Event Notification Function...
  • Page 161 SERIAL INTERFACE SWITCHING FUNCTION This function switches the connection destination of serial communication between the Windows part and VxWorks part. Basic remote debugging (display of task information, memory dumps, etc.) of the VxWorks part can be performed by configuring the standard I/O destination of the VxWorks part to the serial communication side. Connection destination settings Configure serial interface switching by using "Serial I/F setting"...
  • Page 162 MEMO 16 SERIAL INTERFACE SWITCHING FUNCTION...
  • Page 163 PART 4 PARAMETERs This part explains the parameters of this product. 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 18 APPRICATION PARAMETERS...
  • Page 164 BASIC PARAMETERS This chapter shows the basic parameters of this product. 17.1 Basic Parameter List The following shows the basic parameters. Name setting Window Displayed items ■Title setting Item Description Setting range parameter Title Set when setting the title. 32 characters or less 3100H (Unicode) (Default: Blank)
  • Page 165 Operation related setting Window 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.1 Basic Parameter List...
  • Page 166 Displayed items ■Remote operation settings Item Description Setting range parameter MELIPC RESET Configure "Enable" or "Disable" for MELIPC RESET by a remote • Disable 3202H operation. • Enable If "Enable" is configured, MELIPC RESET is possible. (Default: Disable) When an MELIPC reset is performed, the MELIPC operation status must be STOP.
  • Page 167 Item Description Setting range parameter Clock Cloc Adjust   Set when correcting the time of the VxWorks part to 3209H simpl clock for daylight saving time. setti daylight Adjust clock for daylight Set to "Enable" or "Disable" daylight saving time •...
  • Page 168 • Clock Simple Settings Acquire the time zone configured by the Windows part and apply the time zone and daylight saving time to the VxWorks settings. Window 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.1 Basic Parameter List...
  • Page 169 ■Time Setting Item Description Setting range parameter Time Setting (SNTP Client) Select whether to use the time setting function • Do not use A039H (SNTP client) to configure the time of the VxWorks • Use part automatically. (Default: Do not use) SNTP Server IP Address Set the IP address of the SNTP server.
  • Page 170 RAS setting Window 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.1 Basic Parameter List...
  • Page 171 Displayed items ■WDT (Watchdog Timer) settings (VxWorks part) Item Description Setting range parameter   System WDT Set the system WDT setting (VxWorks part). 3500H settings Monitoring time Set the system WDT monitoring time. 20 to 2000 [ms](10 ms units) (Default: 1,000 ms) ■WDT (Watchdog Timer) setting (Windows part) Item...
  • Page 172 Service Settings Window Displayed items ■Service Settings Item Description Setting range parameter Configure to enable or disable the WDB service. • Enable 6E00H • Disabled Shell Configure to enable or disable the Shell service. (Default: Enabled) If "Enable" is configured, "Use" can be configured for the Telnet server settings.
  • Page 173 MELSEC data link function settings Window Displayed items ■Timeout Value Setting Item Description Setting range parameter Communication addressed to own Configure the timeout value for communication addressed to own Setting range: 1 to 360 (s) 6E03H station station. (1 second units) (Default: 15 sec) CC-Link IE Field Network Configure the timeout value of the CC-Link IE Field Network.
  • Page 174 External device connection settings Window 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.1 Basic Parameter List...
  • Page 175 Displayed items ■IP address setting Item Description Setting range parameter   IP address Configure the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway of own settings (CH1) node CH1. IP address Set the own node CH1 IP address. 0.0.0.1 to A012H Configure the own node and the external device with which to 223.255.255.254...
  • Page 176 ■CC-Link IEF Basic setting Item Description Setting range parameter CC-Link IEF Basic usage enabling Set to "Use" or "Do not use" CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. • Do not use 7920H • Use (Default: Do not use) Network configuration settings Configure settings in order to carry out cyclic transmission.
  • Page 177 External device connection applicable settings Window 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.1 Basic Parameter List...
  • Page 178 Displayed items ■Security settings Item Description Setting range parameter   User authentication Configure user authentication. 6E20H Change of user Specify whether to change accounts to be used for user • Do not change authentication authentication from default to user registered accounts. •...
  • Page 179 17.2 Network Configuration Settings Set a network configuration. Window (1) Station list (2) Network configuration diagram (3) Drag and drop 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.2 Network Configuration Settings...
  • Page 180 (Default: Blank) *1 For details on link point numbers, refer to the following. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) *2 For details of the access range, refer to the following. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) *3 1st to 3rd octet: 1st to 3rd octet of master station IP address...
  • Page 181 Automatic detection of connected devices Search for connected slave stations and add them to the network configuration settings. IP addresses, subnet masks, and other communication settings in the network configuration settings can be configured for added slave stations. Furthermore, parameters unique to slave stations can be read from or written to the network configuration settings. (There are unsupported slave stations as well.
  • Page 182 If an error occurs during automatic detection of connected devices, the following screen appears. The error codes of the following list indicate the last four digits of "0x2c09****". Error code Error details and cause Corrective action 480CH The specified command cannot be run because an After the automatic search of connected devices is automatic search of connected devices is running.
  • Page 183 Error code Error details and cause Corrective action CF30H A parameter not supported by the target device was Check the version of the target device. specified. CF31H System error • Check the considerations of the function that was run. • Check the operation status and connection of target CF50H System error devices.
  • Page 184 17.3 Refresh Setting Set refresh parameters. Window Displayed items Item Description Setting range Link Side The number of points for the link devices (RX/RY, RWr/RWw) for the  number of occupied stations and start/end device number set in the network configuration settings are displayed.
  • Page 185 17.4 External Device Configuration Set the communications method and protocols used with external devices. UDP connection devices, OPS connection devices, active connection devices, unpassive connection devices, fullpassive connection devices, and MODBUS/TCP connection devices cannot be used. Window [Basic Parameter]  [External Device Cooperate Settings]  [External Device Configuration]  [<Detail Setting>] 17 BASIC PARAMETERS 17.4 External Device Configuration...
  • Page 186 Displayed items Item Description Setting range  [Detect Now] button Carry out connection device automatic detection. (iQ Sensor Solution Reference Manual) The connection No. used to classify the user connection Connect in order from 1, in the settings. following range. •...
  • Page 187 Check presence This communications are not possible for a fixed period of time for other devices for which the connection is open, then the product sends a presence confirmation message to the other device, and checks its presence determined by whether a response message is received.
  • Page 188 Setting method From "Module List", select the external device to be connected, and then drag and drop (3) it to "Device List" (1) or "Device Configuration" (2). Set each item. Click the [Reflect and Close the Setting] button. Setting a target device from connection No.1 in the external device configuration is required. If using a specific connection number, set the "MELSOFT connected device"...
  • Page 189 APPRICATION PARAMETERS This chapter shows the application parameters of this product. 18.1 CC-Link IE Field Network Parameters List This section shows CC-Link IE Field Network parameters. Required settings The following shows the required settings for CC-Link IE Field Network parameters. If a master station is selected by station type, the following parameters are displayed in applicable settings.
  • Page 190 Displayed items ■Station type settings Item Description Setting range Parameter Station type Select the CC-Link IE Field Network function station type (network • Master station 7100H type). • Local station 7700H ■Network number settings Item Description Setting range Parameter Network No. Set the network No.
  • Page 191 Basic settings This shows basic settings for CC-Link IE Field Network parameters. If master station is selected in essential settings station type, then basic settings will be displayed in CC-Link IE Field Network parameters. Window Displayed items ■Network configuration settings Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 192 Applicable settings Displays CC-Link IE Field Network applied settings. If master station is selected in essential settings station type, then the following parameters will be displayed in applicable settings. • Station unit block guarantee • Communications mode For details on each parameter, refer to the following section. Page 194 Applicable settings (If master station is selected in essential settings station type) Window 18 APPRICATION PARAMETERS...
  • Page 193 Displayed items ■Cyclic supplementary settings Item Description Setting range Parameter   Input/output Configure the input and output retention and clear settings. retention clear Output retention/ Set whether to retain or clear the output of cyclic data when the • Retention A050H settings clear settings at...
  • Page 194 • Access Target Settings Set a logical station number when another station for transient transmission is another CPU module in a multiple system configuration. Window Item Description Setting range Logical station number Configure the logical station number. 65 to 239 (Default: Blank) Network No.
  • Page 195 Required settings (if master station is selected by station type) This shows parameters displayed inapplicable settings when master station is selected in essential settings station type. Window Displayed items Parameters other than those below are the same as when local station is selected. ( Page 189 Basic settings) ■Synchronization communication settings Item Description...
  • Page 196 Applicable settings (If master station is selected in essential settings station type) This shows parameters displayed inapplicable settings when master station is selected in essential settings station type. Window Displayed items Parameters other than those below are the same as when local station is selected. ( Page 190 Applicable settings) ■Cyclic supplementary settings Item Description...
  • Page 197 18.2 Network Configuration Settings The following shows the procedure for setting a network configuration. From "Module List", select the external device to be connected, and then drag and drop (3) it to "Device List" (1) or "Device Configuration" (2). This product does not support sub master stations. Accordingly, from "Unit List" "Master/local module", modules that are master module only cannot be used as the station type.
  • Page 198 Item Description Setting range Parameter Station Type Set the station type for other than the master station. • Local Station A044H Ensure that the station type matches the module station type actually • Intelligent Device connected to the network. Station •...
  • Page 199 ■Slave station parameter processing From the station list, select the module  [CC IE Field configuration]  [Online]  [Slave station parameter processing] Set or read the slave station parameters. This can only be executed if the slave station supports parameter processing. Settings ranges differ depending on the covered module.
  • Page 200 APPENDIX Appendix 1 Troubleshooting by Symptom If a function of this product does not perform properly, check the applicable items in the following and troubleshoot the error. Classification Description external appearance Page 200 POWER LED of the power supply module turns off Page 200 The MAIN LED is on, flashing, or off Page 202 The LEDs of CC-Link IE Field Network are on, flashing, or off Page 203 The LEDs of CC-Link IE Field Network Connector are on or off.
  • Page 201 Classification Description Windows Page 217 The display is not showing windows Page 217 The mouse or keyboard do not operate Page 217 Unable to access the CFast card Page 218 Access to recordable media such as external hard disks is not possible Page 218 A USB device does not operate Page 218 The Windows part takes time to start Page 218 In a Japanese language OS, the keyboard has an English layout.
  • Page 202 POWER LED of the power supply module turns off Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Is power supply module wiring correct? Wire the power supply module correctly. Is the input voltage within specifications? Change the input voltage to within specifications. If there are no errors in power supply module wiring and input voltage, the power supply unit may have reached the end of its operating life or there is a hardware fault.
  • Page 203 After performing the function, check the contents of the renamed script file (STARTUP.BAK), and remove the factor that prevents completion of the script file. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) If the FAN LED is not OFF...
  • Page 204 The LEDs of CC-Link IE Field Network are on, flashing, or off Check the following items. If the RUN LED is off Check item Corrective action Is the RUN LED turned off? • Check the error code in MI Configurator and handle in accordance with the error code.
  • Page 205 The LEDs of CC-Link IE Field Network Connector are on or off. If the L ER LED is on Check item Corrective action Does the used Ethernet cable meet specifications? Use Ethernet cables that meet the following standards. Is the distance between stations within specifications? Ensure the distance between stations is within specifications.
  • Page 206 Ethernet communications to the VxWorks part are not possible Issue a ping from the PC to the product, and confirm the response. If abnormal ping response Check item Corrective action Is the Ethernet cable wired correctly? Correctly wire the Ethernet cable. Is the Ethernet cable broken? Replace the Ethernet cable.
  • Page 207 ■Telnet connection fails Check item Corrective action Is an Ethernet cable connected to the Ethernet port (CH1)? Change the connection destination of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port (CH1), and set so that Ping provides a normal response. Are user name and password correct? Enter the correct username and password.
  • Page 208 The serial communication cannot be established Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Is the assignment of the serial interface different? Assign the serial interface in the direction of serial communication. Have the configured options been changed? Acquire the currently configured options, and then add options to be added. Ethernet communications to the Windows part are not possible Issue a ping from the PC to the product, and confirm the response.
  • Page 209 Communication with a device connected to the Ethernet port (CH1) is not possible Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Does the IP addresses of devices connected to the Ethernet port (CH1) Change the IP addresses of devices connected to Ethernet port (CH1) so that overlap with a segment of the IP addresses of the virtual Ethernet of this these do not overlap with virtual Ethernet IP address segments.
  • Page 210 File/folder access not possible Check the following items. Check item Corrective action There is no free space in the write target drive. • Delete files on the write drive to create free space. • Change the write target to another drive. Are there any applications (including user programs) using the corresponding •...
  • Page 211 Initialization does not complete Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Are all LEDs off? Initialize again. If the same issue remains after initialization, this may indicate a hardware Does the MAIN RUN LED turn on, and is the dot matrix LED display updated? fault.
  • Page 212 Disconnect stations Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Is the product or other station D LINK LED off or flashing? • If the product D LINK LED is off or flashing, perform troubleshooting. • If the other station D LINK LED is off or flashing, perform troubleshooting for the corresponding module.
  • Page 213 The transmission status is disconnected or unconfirmed If the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnosis transmission status is disconnected or unconfirmed, then check the following items. Check Ethernet Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Are master station/slave station IP addresses and subnet masks correctly set? Correct the master station/slave station IP addresses and subnet masks.
  • Page 214 Cyclic data cannot be read correctly Regardless of if the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnosis transmission status is in transmission, if cyclic data cannot be correctly read, then check the following items. Confirm CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Check the following items. Check item Corrective action In the following settings, is a slave station set as a reserved station?
  • Page 215 Transmission status repeats disconnection and reconnection In the event that transmission state repeats disconnection and reconnection, then check the following items. Check Ethernet Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Is the Ethernet cable fully inserted into the connector? •...
  • Page 216 Timeout occurs Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Is the link scan time setting of the master station too short, or is the link scan • Lengthen the link scan time of the master station. time setting disabled (0 ms)? •...
  • Page 217 The Time setting (SNTP client) function is not running normally Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Are the settings configured to use the time setting (SNTP server)? Change the settings to use the time setting (SNTP server)? Is the specified SNTP server IP address correct? Check the IP address of the SNTP server settings, and then review the settings if necessary.
  • Page 218 Windows part of this product? writing files to the user drive (\ROM) in the VxWorks part. For the method to disable synchronous control, refer to the following manual. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) APPX Appendix 1 Troubleshooting by Symptom...
  • Page 219 Inter OS event was not reported Check the following items. Check item Corrective action Are multiple user programs waiting for an inter-OS event? Stop unnecessary user programs. Perform inter OS event notifications for the number of user programs waiting for an inter OS event. Was a shutdown performed using MELIPC shutdown or the Start menu using •...
  • Page 220 Corrective action After starting this product or after Windows recovery, when restarting, was Change the keyboard layout to Japanese. MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup) Japanese selected at setup? Is the keyboard set to an English layout? Even when changed, the date and time values are changed to...
  • Page 221 • Restart Windows. • If the problem is not resolved even after restarting the Windows part, then Windows font information may be corrupted. In that case, perform Windows recovery. (MELIPC MI5000 Series User's Manual (Startup)) Visual Studio cannot be installed Check item...
  • Page 222 Checking by a user program Error codes can be acquired by C Controller module dedicated functions. In addition, the acquired error codes can be checked by the user program outputting them to the dot matrix LED or monitor. (MELIPC MI5000 Series Programming Manual (VxWorks)) Error code system Error codes are represented in four-digit hexadecimal number (unsigned 16-bit integer).
  • Page 223 Error code types An error status can be determined by the lighting status of the main LED and CC-Link IE Field Network LEDs. BASIC FUNCTIONS Errors that occur with basic functions are either continuation errors or stop errors, as shown below. •...
  • Page 224 List of error codes This section shows the codes for errors that occur in this product. Codes of errors detected by the self-diagnosis function (1000H to 3FFFH) The following table shows the codes of errors detected by the self-diagnosis function of this product. Error code Error name Description...
  • Page 225 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 1848H Power supply temperature error Internal temperature abnormality has been Reset the system. If the same error is detected in the power supply module. displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 226 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 2180H Invalid file An invalid file has been detected. Check detailed information (drive and file information) using the MELIPC diagnosis of an engineering tool, check the file name, and then write the specified file. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault.
  • Page 227 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 3042H User WDT error The user WDT managed by the system • Lower the CPU utilization of tasks with detected an error because high CPU utilization on the VxWorks part. CCPU_ResetWDT was not executed within Alternatively, do not run them.
  • Page 228 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 3E41H System WDT error • The system watchdog timer managed by • Reset the system. Lower the CPU the system detected an error. utilization of tasks with high CPU Alternatively, an error occurred in system utilization.
  • Page 229 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 3E52H Memory error An error was detected in the memory. • Take measures to reduce noise. • Reset the system. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 230 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 3EA2H Hardware failure A hardware failure was detected. • Take measures to reduce noise. • Reset the system. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 231 Codes of errors detected other than by the self-diagnosis function (4000H to 4FFFH) The following table shows the codes of errors not detected by a means other than the self-diagnosis function of this product. Error code Error name Description Corrective action 4001H Common error An unsupported request was executed.
  • Page 232 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 4033H Device specification error The specified device is full system use, and Do not write data to the specified device. Or, therefore cannot be written. do not turn it ON/OFF. 4041H CC-Link IE Field function The access range exceeds the buffer Check the header address and access point specification error...
  • Page 233 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 412BH File related error The specified drive (memory) is write Change the write prohibited conditions or protected. drive (memory), and execute again. 412CH File related error The specified drive (memory) is write Change the write prohibited conditions or protected.
  • Page 234 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 4176H Ethernet port error A communication error occurred with direct • If it is not a direct connection, do not connection. specify a direct connection. • In the case of a direct connection, do not switch OFF or reset the MELIPC or remove a cable during communication.
  • Page 235 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 41B4H Ethernet port error There is an error in the specification of the • Specify a connection number from 1 connection number. through 16. • Check whether the open method of the parameter is "socket communication". 41B6H Ethernet port error The specified connection has already...
  • Page 236 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 41E0H File related error There is an error with the specified drive Back up the data of the /ROM folder, and (memory), or this does not exist. then initialize the memory. 41E7H File related error The format information data of the specified Back up the data of the /ROM folder, and drive (memory) is abnormal.
  • Page 237 Errors detected by the CC-Link IE Field Network (Basic) (8000H to DFFFH) This section shows the codes for errors that occurs on CC-Link IE Field Network and CC-Link IE Field Network Basic of this product. ■Common error codes (8000H to AFFFH) The following table shows common error codes that occur with the CC-Link IE Field Network function and CC-Link IE Field Network Basic.
  • Page 238 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 8931H Parameter write error Unable to write to flash ROM. Turn the power supply OFF and ON. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 239 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 89E4H Buffer memory access error Illegal write to buffer memory reserved area. Turn the power supply OFF and ON. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 240 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 8B13H to 8B14H Buffer memory access error Illegal write to buffer memory reserved area. Turn the power supply OFF and ON. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 241 Error code Error name Description Corrective action 8CB2H to 8CB3H Buffer memory access error Illegal write to buffer memory reserved area. Turn the power supply OFF and ON. If the same error is displayed again, this may indicate a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 242 Error code Error name Description Corrective action A061H Synchronization cycle mismatch The network synchronization Please confirm the network configuration communication setting of the network setting and confirm whether synchronization configuration setting of the master station is is set. set to "synchronize wipe". A062H Synchronization signal failure via Synchronization cycle failure occurred...
  • Page 243 ■CC-Link IE Field Network Basic error codes (C000H to CFFFH) The following shows the codes for errors that occur on CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. Error code Error name Description Corrective action CFC0H Cyclic transmission error (master Unable to execute cyclic transmission Check the existence status of master station) because multiple master stations exist in...
  • Page 244 ■CC-Link IE Field Network error codes (D000H to DFFFH) The following shows the codes for errors that occur on CC-Link IE Field Network. Error code Error name Description Corrective action D000H CC-Link IE Field Network function MELIPC error detected. Consult your local Mitsubishi related errors representative.
  • Page 245 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D0C5H CC-Link IE Field Network function During temporary error disabled station Wait some time before again carrying out related errors settings clear specification processing, temporary error disabled station settings temporary error disabled station settings clear specification.
  • Page 246 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D216H to D217H CC-Link IE Field Network function Error in the transient transmission Correct the request command at the related errors command. transient request source, and run again. D218H CC-Link IE Field Network function Error in the transient transmission read/ Correct the device read and write data related errors...
  • Page 247 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D232H CC-Link IE Field Network function No target station for which to change station • No station for which to carry out station related errors number. number change. • Check if the station number is not set in the station for which to carry out station number change.
  • Page 248 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D281H CC-Link IE Field Network function Transient reception failed. • In engineering tools CC-Link IE Field related errors diagnoses, check the network status, and take measures. • If target station or relay station transient data reception is overloaded, then have the transmission source transmit after a certain time has elapsed.
  • Page 249 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D2AEH CC-Link IE Field Network function Error in the transient transmission frame Transient data for routing has been received related errors target station number. at own stations, therefore confirm network numbers and target station numbers, and run again.
  • Page 250 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D615H CC-Link IE Field Network function Parameter error (each station device range In "Applicable parameters" "CC-Link IE related errors allocation error (RY)) Field Network Parameters", rewrite to MELIPC. Correct the slave station link device size for set data, and run again.
  • Page 251 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D61EH CC-Link IE Field Network function Parameter error (device duplication error • In "Applicable parameters" "CC-Link IE related errors (RX)) Field Network Parameters", rewrite to MELIPC. • Correct the slave station link device offset or size for set data, and run again.
  • Page 252 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D62AH CC-Link IE Field Network function Parameter error • In "Applicable parameters" "CC-Link IE related errors Field Network Parameters", rewrite to MELIPC. • If the error code is displayed again even after taking an action, consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 253 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D727H CC-Link IE Field Network function Link start requested from other than the • At data link start, the data link start was related errors station that requested a link stop. specified by a different station to that which specified data link stop.
  • Page 254 Error code Error name Description Corrective action D90BH CC-Link IE Field Network function The number of stations communicating on • In CC-Link IE Field diagnosis of an related errors the network is outside the specified range. engineering tool, check the network status, and then take measures.
  • Page 255 Appendix 3 Event List This section shows the codes for events that occurs in this product. VxWorks part The following table shows the codes for events that occur in the VxWorks part of this product. Event code Event type Event category Event Description 140H...
  • Page 256 CC-Link IE Field Network The following table shows the codes for events that occurs in the CC-Link IE field network function of this product. Event code Event type Event category Event Description 100H System Information Link-up The CPU module has entered into the link-up state as a result of an operation such as connecting a network cable between the CPU module and an external device.
  • Page 257 Event code Event type Event category Event Description 534H System Information <<Other station>> Reserved Other station reserved station temporary clear station temporary clear settings settings carried out. execute 535H System Information <<Own station>> Reserved Other station reserved station enabled settings station enabled settings carried out.
  • Page 258 Appendix 4 Device List A device of this product indicates a memory range stored in the VxWorks part. Classification Type Device name (device) Number of Available ranges points User device Internal relay (M) 61440 points M0 to 61439 Link relay (B) 655360 points B0 to 9FFFF Word...
  • Page 259 Appendix 5 List of Special Relays The list of special relays contains the following information. Item Description Indicates the number of the special relay. Name Indicates the name of the special relay. Content Indicates the content of the special relay. Details Indicates the details of the special relay.
  • Page 260 Appendix 6 List of Special Registers The list of special registers contains the following information. Item Description Indicates the number of the special register. Name Indicates the name of the special register. Content Indicates the content of the special register. Details Indicates the details of the special register.
  • Page 261 Name Content Details Set by (when to set) SD81 to Detailed information 1 Detailed information 1 Stores detailed information 1 for error code (SD0). S (at error SD111 There are six types of information to be stored as shown in the following occurrence) figures: •...
  • Page 262 Name Content Details Set by (when to set) SD112 Detailed information 2 Detailed information 2 Stores detailed information 2 information category code. S (at error information category information category The following codes are stored into the information category code. occurrence) code •...
  • Page 263 Name Content Details Set by (when to set) SD201 LED status MAIN LED status Stores which of the following product main LED status using the S (status change) following bit patterns. • 0: OFF • 1: ON • 2: Flickering (fast/slow) (1)VX RDY LED (2)WIN RDY LED (3)MAIN ERR LED...
  • Page 264 Name Content Details Set by (when to set) SD306 Number of points Number of points • The number of points of the ZR device currently set is stored as 32-bit S (initial) assigned for file assigned for ZR (L) data. registers •...
  • Page 265 Name Content Details Set by (when to set) SD1552 to Dot matrix LED Dot matrix LED The dot matrix LED lighting status on this product is stored. S (status change) SD1591 SD1552 1st column SD1553 2nd column SD1554 3th column SD1555 4th column SD1588...
  • Page 266 Appendix 7 List of Link Special Relays This section shows the link special relays of this product. Range for user ON/OFF and system ON/OFF. • Range for user ON/OFF: SB0000 to SB001F • Range for system ON/OFF: SB0020 to SB01FF Precautions Do not write data to special relays not listed in the link special relay list.
  • Page 267 Name Description SB0013 Reserved station specified enabled Requests enabling of the reserved station specification for the station specified by 'reserved station request temporary clear / temporary error disabled station settings' (SW0010 to SW0017). (Request possible only for stations currently under reserved station temporary clearing) •...
  • Page 268 Name Description SB0053 Own station link stop end status The link stop processing status from own station link stop (SB0001) is stored. • OFF: Not ended (SB0001, SB0052 OFF) • ON: Ended (SB0001, SB0052 ON) <Conditions> Enabled when 'baton pass status' of own station (SB0047) is OFF. When 'baton pass status of own station' (SB0047) is ON (error), the data immediately before is retained.
  • Page 269 Name Description SB006D Own station port 2 error frame Shows if a reception frame error of the circuit status caution level is currently occurring at own station reception current status (1) port 2. • 0: A reception frame error. The circuit status caution level is not occurring. •...
  • Page 270 Name Description SB00B0 Each station data link error status Stores each station data link error status. • OFF: All stations normal • ON: Error station found In the event of faulty stations, the status of each station can be confirmed using 'each station data link status' (SW00B0 to SW00B7).
  • Page 271 Name Description SB00F8 Network No. matching status Shows each station network No. matching status. • 0: All station network No. match • 1: One or more station with network No. mismatch. When a station with a mismatched network number is present, the status of each station can be confirmed using 'Network No.
  • Page 272 Name Description SB0138 Port 2 error frame reception current Shows if a reception frame error of the circuit status warning level is currently occurring at port 2 of each status (2) station. • 0: A reception frame error of the circuit status warning level is not occurring at port 2 of any station. •...
  • Page 273 Appendix 8 List of Link Special Registers This section shows the link special registers of this product. Range for user ON/OFF and system ON/OFF. • Range for user ON/OFF: SW0000 to SW001F • Range for system ON/OFF: SW0020 to SW01FF Precautions Do not write data to special registers not listed in the link special register list.
  • Page 274 Name Description SW0046 Module identification Stores own station hardware status. (1): Model type (00: module, 01: board, 10: display device) (This product is a registered as Model type "board". ) SW0047 Baton pass status of own station Stores baton pass status of own station (transit transmission enabled). •...
  • Page 275 Name Description SW0051 Own station link stop results Stores results from data link stop at 'own station link stop' (SB0001). • 0: Normal • From 1: Error details (error code) (Turning OFF 'own station link stop' (SB0001) clears stored error details. ) <Conditions>...
  • Page 276 Name Description SW0062 Current link scan time The current link scan time value during cyclic transmission is stored. (Unit: ms) A maximum margin of error of 1 ms is included in the stored value. <Conditions> Enabled when 'baton pass status' of own station (SB0047) is OFF. When 'baton pass status of own station' (SB0047) is ON (error), the data immediately before is retained.
  • Page 277 Name Description SW00B0 Data link status of each station Stores each station data link error status. • 0: Data link normal station SW00B7 • 1: Data link abnormal station The numbers within the following illustration indicate the station numbers. (: fixed at 0) SW00B0 16 15 14 13 12 SW00B1...
  • Page 278 Name Description SW00C8 Parameter settings status Stores parameter settings status. • 0: Stations without parameters set SW00CF • 1: Stations with parameters set The numbers within the following illustration indicate the station numbers. (: fixed at 0) 16 15 14 13 12 SW00C8 SW00C9 32 31 30 29 28...
  • Page 279 Name Description SW00E8 Station type matching status Stores the status of matching between the station type set in the master station and that of the slave station. SW00EF • 0: Station types match • 1: Station type mismatch The numbers within the following illustration indicate the station numbers. (: fixed at 0) SW00E8 16 15 14 13 12 SW00E9...
  • Page 280 Name Description SW0100 to Each station CPU moderate/major error The local station stores each station CPU module moderate and major error occurrence status. SW0107 occurrence status Remote I/O station, remote device station, and intelligent device station stores the moderate/major error occurrence status of each station. •...
  • Page 281 Name Description SW0130 to Each station port 2 error frame reception Shows if a reception frame error of the circuit status caution level is currently occurring at Port 2 of SW0137 current status (1) each station. • 0: A reception frame error. The circuit status caution level is not occurring. •...
  • Page 282 Name Description SW0158 to Port 2 error frame reception detection Shows if a reception frame error of the circuit status warning level has occurred in the past at Port 2 of SW015F status (2) each station from when the power supply was turned ON up to now. •...
  • Page 283 Name Description SW01C0 Each station CC-Link IE Field Network Stores supported/not supported for each station CC-Link IE Field Network synchronous synchronous communication function communication function settings status. SW01C7 information • 0: Not supported • 1: Supported The numbers within the following illustration indicate the station numbers. (: fixed at 0) SW01C0 16 15 14 13 12 SW01C1...
  • Page 284 Appendix 9 List of Buffer Memory This section shows the buffer memory of this product. Precautions Do not write any data in the "system area" of the buffer memory. Writing "system area" data may result in product malfunction. Address assignment The following lists the buffer memory overall layout.
  • Page 285 Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 4604 Control data area Group No.4 configured link scan time Read (11FCH) 4605 Group No.4 configured slave station Read (11FDH) timeout time 4606 Group No.4 configured slave station Read (11FEH) disconnection detection timeout count 4607 System area...
  • Page 286 Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 4634 Control data area Diagnostic information display Read, Write (121AH) request 4635 Diagnostic request information Read, Write (121BH) 4636 Diagnostic information status flag Read (121CH) 4637 Diagnosis information 1 - Number of Read (121DH) occupied stations...
  • Page 287 Operating information area The following lists the buffer memory of the operating information area (U3E0\G20000 to U3E0\G29999). Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 20000 to 20001 WDT function area VxWorks part system WDT reset Read (4E20H to 4E21H) maximum time 20002 to 20003 Windows part system WDT reset...
  • Page 288 CC-Link IE Field Network function area The following lists the buffer memory of the CC-Link IE Field Network function area (U3E0\G100000 to U3E0\G199999). Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 100000 to 101023 Device area RX area Read (186A0H to 18A9FH) 101024 to 102047 RY area...
  • Page 289 Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 119968 RWw offset size Station No.1 RWw offset Read (1D4A0H) information 119969 Station No.1 RWw size Read (1D4A1H)  119970 to 120205 (1D4A2H to 1D58DH) 120206 Station No.120 RWw offset Read (1D58EH) 120207 Station No.120 RWw size...
  • Page 290 Address decimal Area Name Initial value Read, Write (hexadecimal) 120576 to 124383 Other station Same as Station 1 Read (1D700H to 1E5DFH) information (Station No.2 to 120) (Controller information) 124384 to 124415 Other station Same as Station 1 Read (1E5E0H to 1E5FFH) information (Station No.0) (Controller...
  • Page 291 Buffer memory details CC-Link IE Field Network Basic function area The following shows the buffer memory details of the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic function area (U3E0\G0 to U3E0\G19999). ■Control data area Address Name Description U3E0\G4592 Group No.1 configured The link scan time during cyclic transmission configured by a C Controller module dedicated function link scan time (CCPU_ChangeCCIEFBCycPrm function) or MI Configurator is stored.
  • Page 292 Address Name Description U3E0\G4610 Reserved station The reserved station specification status of the slave station configured in parameters is stored. specification status of (0: Not reserved station, 1: Reserved station) each station (station No.1 to 16) G4610 15 14 13 U3E0\G4611 Reserved station G4611...
  • Page 293 Address Name Description U3E0\G4636 Diagnostic information If the 'b0' of 'diagnosis information display request' (U3E0\G4634) changes from OFF to ON at link scan status flag completion, the enabling/disabling of slave station diagnosis information (diagnosis information 1, diagnosis information 2) specified in 'diagnosis request information' (U3E0\G4635) is stored. (0: Enabled, 1: Disabled) ■b0 to b7: Diagnostic information 1 ■b8 to b15: Diagnostic information 2...
  • Page 294 Operating information area The following shows the buffer memory details of the operating information area (U3E0\G20000 to U3E0\G29999). ■Control data area Address Name Description U3E0\G20000 to VxWorks part system The maximum time to reset the system WDT is stored. (Unit: ms) U3E0\G20001 WDT reset maximum time...
  • Page 295 CC-Link IE Field Network function area The following shows the buffer memory details of the CC-Link IE Field Network function area (U3E0\G100000 to U3E0\G199999). ■Link device area (U3E0\G100000 to U3E0\G118975) RX, RY, RWw, RWr, SB, and SW values are stored. ●Link input (RX) (U3E0\G100000 to U3E0\G101023) RX start numbers and point numbers for each station can be confirmed using the RX offset size information (U3E0\G119456 to U3E0\G119697).
  • Page 296 ● Remote register (RWr) (U3E0\G110240 to U3E0\G118431) RWr start numbers and point numbers for each station can be confirmed using the RWr offset size information (U3E0\G120224 to U3E0\G120465). ( Page 296 RWr offset size information (U3E0\G120224 to U3E0\G120465)) Addre U3E0\G RWr0 110240 U3E0\G...
  • Page 297 ■RX offset size information (U3E0\G119456 to U3E0\G119697) RX start numbers and point numbers for each station are stored. Address Description U3E0\G119456 Station No.1 RX offset U3E0\G119457 Station No.1 RX size (word units) U3E0\G119458 Station No.2 RX offset U3E0\G119459 Station No.2 RX (word units) ...
  • Page 298 ■RWw offset size information (U3E0\G119968 to U3E0\G120209) RWw start numbers and point numbers for each station are stored. Address Description U3E0\G119968 Station No.1 RWw offset U3E0\G119969 Station No.1 RWw size (word units) U3E0\G119970 Station No.2 RWw offset U3E0\G119971 Station No.2 RWw size (word units) ...
  • Page 299 ■Own station information (network card information) (U3E0\G120512 to U3E0\G120515) Network-related own station information (network card information) is stored. Address Description U3E0\G120512 Manufacturer code Own station master/local module information is stored. U3E0\G120513 Device type U3E0\G120514 Model code U3E0\G120515 Version ■Other station information (Station No.1) (controller information) (U3E0\G120552 to U3E0\G120568) Network-related other station information (controller information) is stored.
  • Page 300 ■PORT2 side line error occurrence rate (maximum) (U3E0\G130224 to U3E0\G130344) Stores the maximum value for PORT2 error frame reception occurrence rate. However, the value is not stored in the own station No. area. ●PORT2 side line error occurrence rate (maximum) (station No.1 to 120) (U3E0\G130224 to U3E0\G130343) Stores the maximum value for station No.1 to 120 error frame reception occurrence rate.
  • Page 301 Appendix 10 List of VxWorks Components This section shows the VxWorks components of this product. For details on each components, refer to VxWorks manual or help. NAME (component list) #define DNSC_CFGFILE_EXAMPLE #define DRV_BUS_ACPI_ROOT #define DRV_BUS_FDT_ROOT #define DRV_IA_PCI_BUS #define DRV_IA_PCI_BUS_INSTANCE_0 #define DRV_INTCTLR_IA_DYNAMIC #define DRV_INTCTLR_IA_FDT #define DRV_INTCTLR_IOAPIC #define DRV_INTCTLR_LOAPIC...
  • Page 302 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MATH #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MEMCHR #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MEMCMP #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MEMCPY #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MEMMOVE #define INCLUDE_ANSI_MEMSET #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STDIO #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STDIO_EXTRA #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STDLIB #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STDLIB_NUMBERS #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRCASECMP #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRCAT #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRCMP #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRCPY #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRDUP #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRERROR #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRING #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRLCAT #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRLCPY #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRLEN #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRNCASECMP #define INCLUDE_ANSI_STRNCAT...
  • Page 303 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_COPROCESSOR #define INCLUDE_COPROCESSOR_SHOW #define INCLUDE_CORE_NFS_CLIENT #define INCLUDE_CORE_NFS_SERVER #define INCLUDE_CPC #define INCLUDE_CPLUS #define INCLUDE_CPLUS_DEMANGLER #define INCLUDE_CPLUS_IOSTREAMS #define INCLUDE_CPLUS_LANG #define INCLUDE_CPU_INIT #define INCLUDE_CPU_LIGHT_PWR_MGR #define INCLUDE_CTORS_DTORS #define INCLUDE_DATACOLLECTOR #define INCLUDE_DEBUG #define INCLUDE_DEBUG_AGENT #define INCLUDE_DEBUG_AGENT_BANNER #define INCLUDE_DEBUG_AGENT_HOSTFS #define INCLUDE_DEBUG_AGENT_START #define INCLUDE_DEBUG_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_DEFERRED_INTERRUPT_ENABLE #define INCLUDE_DEVICE_MANAGER #define INCLUDE_DEVMEM...
  • Page 304 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_EVENTPOINT_STUB #define INCLUDE_EXC_HANDLING #define INCLUDE_EXC_SHOW #define INCLUDE_EXC_SIGNALS #define INCLUDE_EXC_TASK #define INCLUDE_FAST_REBOOT #define INCLUDE_FDT_LIB #define INCLUDE_FLOATING_POINT #define INCLUDE_FORMATTED_IO #define INCLUDE_FORMATTED_OUT_BASIC #define INCLUDE_FP_TYPE #define INCLUDE_FS_EVENT_UTIL #define INCLUDE_FS_MONITOR #define INCLUDE_FTP #define INCLUDE_GEI825XX_VXB_END #define INCLUDE_GENERICPHY #define INCLUDE_GETNAMEINFO #define INCLUDE_GETOPT #define INCLUDE_GETSERVBYNAME #define INCLUDE_GETSERVBYPORT #define INCLUDE_GNU_INTRINSICS #define INCLUDE_HANDLE_SHOW...
  • Page 305 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_IO_SYSTEM #define INCLUDE_IPAIP #define INCLUDE_IPAIP_GLOBAL_CONFIGS #define INCLUDE_IPARP_CMD #define INCLUDE_IPATTACH #define INCLUDE_IPCOM #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_FS_NATIVE #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_SYSVAR_CMD #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_USE_ETHERNET #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_USE_INET #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_USE_INET6 #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_USE_RAM_DISK #define INCLUDE_IPCOM_USR #define INCLUDE_IPCRYPTO #define INCLUDE_IPDHCPC #define INCLUDE_IPDNSC #define INCLUDE_IPD_CMD #define INCLUDE_IPFIREWALL #define INCLUDE_IPFIREWALL_CMD #define INCLUDE_IPFTPC #define INCLUDE_IPFTPS...
  • Page 306 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_IPV6 #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_ARP #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETADDRINFO #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETHOSTBYADDR #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETIFADDRS #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETNAMEINFO #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETSERVBYNAME #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_GETSERVBYPORT #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_IFCONFIG #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_IFLIB #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_IFSHOW #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_INETLIB #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_IPPROTO #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_NETSTAT #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_OLDROUTELIB #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_PING #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_ROUTECMD #define INCLUDE_IPWRAP_SNTPCTIMEGET #define INCLUDE_ISR_DEFER #define INCLUDE_ISR_HANDLER_INIT #define INCLUDE_JOB_DEFER #define INCLUDE_JOB_QUEUE...
  • Page 307 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_MMU_GLOBAL_MAP #define INCLUDE_MMU_P6_32BIT #define INCLUDE_MODULE_MANAGER #define INCLUDE_MODULE_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q_CREATE_DELETE #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q_EVENTS #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q_INFO #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q_OPEN #define INCLUDE_MSG_Q_SHOW #define INCLUDE_MTD #define INCLUDE_MTD_CFIAMD #define INCLUDE_MTD_VXBFLASH #define INCLUDE_MULTIBOOT_MEM_AUTOSIZE #define INCLUDE_MULTI_STAGE_BOOT #define INCLUDE_MUX #define INCLUDE_MUX2 #define INCLUDE_MUX2_OVER_END #define INCLUDE_MUXTK #define INCLUDE_MUXTK_OVER_END #define INCLUDE_MUX_COMMON #define INCLUDE_NETBUFLIB...
  • Page 308 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_PCI_MSI #define INCLUDE_PG_MGR_BASIC #define INCLUDE_PG_POOL_LIB #define INCLUDE_PG_POOL_PHYS_LIB #define INCLUDE_PG_POOL_SHOW #define INCLUDE_PG_POOL_VIRT_LIB #define INCLUDE_PING #define INCLUDE_PIPES #define INCLUDE_PMAP_LIB #define INCLUDE_POOL #define INCLUDE_POSIX_ADVISORY_FILE_LOCKING #define INCLUDE_POSIX_AIO #define INCLUDE_POSIX_AIO_SHOW #define INCLUDE_POSIX_AIO_SYSDRV #define INCLUDE_POSIX_CLOCKS #define INCLUDE_POSIX_DIRLIB #define INCLUDE_POSIX_FS #define INCLUDE_POSIX_FTRUNC #define INCLUDE_POSIX_MAPPED_FILES #define INCLUDE_POSIX_MEM #define INCLUDE_POSIX_MQ #define INCLUDE_POSIX_MQ_SHOW...
  • Page 309 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_SEC_CIPHER_AES_128_CBC_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_CIPHER_AES_192_CBC #define INCLUDE_SEC_CIPHER_AES_192_CBC_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_CIPHER_AES_256_CBC #define INCLUDE_SEC_CIPHER_AES_256_CBC_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_MD5 #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_MD5_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_SHA1 #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_SHA1_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_SHA256 #define INCLUDE_SEC_HASH_SHA256_OPENSSL #define INCLUDE_SEC_KEY_STORE #define INCLUDE_SEC_SECRET #define INCLUDE_SEC_VAULT #define INCLUDE_SEC_VAULT_KEP_OBFUSCATOR #define INCLUDE_SELECT #define INCLUDE_SELECT_SUPPORT #define INCLUDE_SEM_BINARY #define INCLUDE_SEM_BINARY_CREATE #define INCLUDE_SEM_COUNTING #define INCLUDE_SEM_COUNTING_CREATE #define INCLUDE_SEM_DELETE...
  • Page 310 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_SPY_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_STACKTRACE #define INCLUDE_STACKTRACE_MODULE #define INCLUDE_STANDALONE_DTB #define INCLUDE_STANDALONE_SYM_TBL #define INCLUDE_STARTUP_SCRIPT #define INCLUDE_STAT_SYM_TBL #define INCLUDE_STDIO #define INCLUDE_STDIO_SHOW #define INCLUDE_SV_DATACOLLECTOR #define INCLUDE_SW_RANDOM_NUM_GEN #define INCLUDE_SYMMETRIC_IO_MODE #define INCLUDE_SYM_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_SYM_TBL #define INCLUDE_SYM_TBL_INIT #define INCLUDE_SYM_TBL_SHOW #define INCLUDE_SYSCLK_INIT #define INCLUDE_SYSCTL #define INCLUDE_SYSCTL_CLI #define INCLUDE_SYSDBG_FLAG #define INCLUDE_SYSHW_INIT_1 #define INCLUDE_SYSLOG...
  • Page 311 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_TLS #define INCLUDE_TLS_LOADER_SUPPORT #define INCLUDE_TL_FTL #define INCLUDE_TSC_TIMESTAMP #define INCLUDE_TTY_DEV #define INCLUDE_TYLIB #define INCLUDE_UNLOADER #define INCLUDE_UNLOADER_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_USER_APPL #define INCLUDE_USER_DATABASE #define INCLUDE_USER_IDENTIFICATION #define INCLUDE_USER_MGT_SHELL_CMD #define INCLUDE_USER_POST_KERNEL_APPL_INIT #define INCLUDE_USER_PRE_KERNEL_APPL_INIT #define INCLUDE_USER_PRE_NETWORK_APPL_INIT #define INCLUDE_USE_NATIVE_SHELL #define INCLUDE_USR_MPAPIC #define INCLUDE_VDFS #define INCLUDE_VIRTIO_MAP #define INCLUDE_VIRTIO_VXB_BLK #define INCLUDE_VM_SHOW #define INCLUDE_VM_SHOW_SHELL_CMD...
  • Page 312 NAME (component list) #define INCLUDE_XBD_PART_LIB #define INCLUDE_XBD_RAMDRV #define INCLUDE_XDR APPX Appendix 10 List of VxWorks Components...
  • Page 313 MEMO APPX Appendix 10 List of VxWorks Components...
  • Page 314 INDEX Symbols ......112 ......101 *HST LOSS* Operating status .
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  • Page 316 Japanese manual number: SH-081931-F 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 317 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.
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