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Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User's Manual

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  • Page 1 6F8C1135 odel 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User's Manual...
  • Page 2 Important Information No patent liability is assumed by TOSHIBA Corporation with respect to use of information, illustrations, circuits, equipment or examples of application in this publication. TOSHIBA Corporation reserves the right to make changes and improvements to this publication and/or related products at any time without notice.
  • Page 3 Safety Precautions This manual contains important information for the operator to operate this product safely and correctly and avoid bodily injury and property damage. Grasp the meanings of the following marks and their descriptions before reading this manual. Hazard Classifications Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could WARNING result in serious injury or death.
  • Page 4 1. Checking the Warning Labels on the Main Unit Make sure warning markings are attached on the main unit. If any of them are missing or the wording is illegible, contact Toshiba's Service Department. 2. Precautions on Installation Be sure to ground the equipment.
  • Page 5 3. Safety Precautions on Maintenance and inspection Turn off power when you remove or insert modules Make sure that the external power is turned off when or boards, or connect any device. you remove or insert modules after wiring is completed.
  • Page 6 For repair of the unit, contact your Toshiba system to hold the valve. representative. Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 7 Do not touch components such as the parts, If parameters or an application program is changed, terminals, connectors and soldered surfaces inside write data to flash ROM in the LC511,512 from the the module or on the boards. Tool. Touching any of these components can damage IC, RAM memory backup will be memorized for 6 LSI or other parts by static electricity resulting in months.
  • Page 8 Observe the rules and regulations of the local Following information is only for EU-member states: government for disposal of lithium batteries and The use of the symbol Ni-Cd batteries. indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative...
  • Page 9 Toshiba is not liable for any incidental loss caused by the use or non-use of this product, such as loss of business profits, suspension of business, or loss or change of data on memory.
  • Page 10 Precautions for System Application Caution • System Redundancy The product is manufactured to the best possible quality, but is yet subject to failure due to accidental failure of electronic parts, for example. If your system requires a specially high degree of reliability, it is recommended that you provide such a system with product redundancy, or with other means of backup.
  • Page 11 Be sure to strictly observe the precautions given herein to maintain the performance and functions of the model 10000 loop controller L1 of the Toshiba Integrated Controller V Series, and use it safely over a long period of time to come.
  • Page 12 • Repacking When you are shipping parts for repairs, be sure to place internal parts in a case and package it in the same way as they were originally packaged in the factory. This is important to protect them from breakdown.
  • Page 13 Preface The Toshiba Integrated Controller V Series consists of a comprehensive range of hardware and software covering a great diversity of control fields, control functions and applicable models, all designed to meet the market needs for not only open network...
  • Page 14 Notes on symbols Apart from the precautions for safety, the following symbols are used to draw reader attention. Supplementary explanation This frame indicates the absolute necessity for reading the description within. The instructions for handling and operating the Single-loop controller L1 that demand particular attention on the part of the reader are written within the frame.
  • Page 15 3. If the ambient temperature and the internal temperature of the equipment rise unusually or a failure occurs in the equipment, stop using the equipment and turn off the power and contact your nearest Toshiba representative. 4. Do not open the case of the equipment except when switch setting is made while the equipment is in operation.
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  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    _____________________________________________________________________ 1. Overview ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.1 System Configuration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.1.1 System Configuration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.1.2 Components ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.2 Network Configuration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.3 Connection with Intelligent I/O Units ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.4 Connection with Loop Display Units (LD512H) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 1.5 Connection to Engineering Tool 2 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・...
  • Page 18 ____________________________________________________________________ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6 Grounding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6.1 Caution for grounding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6.2 Grounding electrode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6.3 Ground bus ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6.4 Withstand voltage test ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2.6.5 Wiring for panel lighting 3. Software Functions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 3.1 Program Management ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 3.1.1 Kinds of programs ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・...
  • Page 19 _____________________________________________________________________ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 4.4.2 Controller variables registration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 4.4.3 I/O variables registration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 4.5 Program Creation 5. Startup and Stopping ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5.1 Checking Switches ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5.2 Start ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5.2.1 Application not downloaded ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5.2.2 Application already downloaded ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5.2.3 Setting by Engineering Tool 2 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・...
  • Page 20 ____________________________________________________________________ 8. Maintenance and Inspection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.1 Daily Check ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.2 Periodic Check ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.3 Expendable Parts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.3.1 Replacing the battery ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.3.2 Replacing the tag number plate ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8.3.3 Replacing the scale plate A. LC51* and Expansion Module Specifications ・・...
  • Page 21 _____________________________________________________________________ D. Trace Information ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E Details of Variables ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E.1 System Variable (ZW) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E.2.1 Indicator Variables (PV_PARA, PV_DATA) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E.2.2 Controller Variables (LP_PARA, LP_DATA) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ E.2.3 Pushbutton Variables (PV_PARA, PB_DATA) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・...
  • Page 22 Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 23: Overview

    The LC511/LC512 Single-Loop Controller (hereafter described as the LC51*) is a model 1000 loop controller of the Toshiba Integrated Controller V series. By adding process I/O modules to the LC51*, the LC51* can handle easily when the number of signals increases.
  • Page 24: System Configuration

    TOSLINE-S20LP LC511,512 Engineering Tool 2 model2000 LD512H L1PU12H AI01 LP03 AO01 LP04 LP01 LP02 Engineering Tool 2 LD512H LD512H Figure 1-1 model 1000 L1 Configuration of the Integrated Controller V Series Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 25: Network Configuration

    1.1 System Configuration Table 1-1 Components General Specification Model Name Number L1PU11H,L1PU12H CPU module PS591 Power supply for AC input (For Japan) EN531,EN531T Ethernet module LD512H Loop display unit LP01,LP02 Loop I/O module LP03, LP04 AI01, AI02, AI03 I/O module TC01, RT01 AO01, AO02, DI01, DO01...
  • Page 26: Connection With Intelligent I/O Units

    Chapter 1 Overview Connection with Intelligent I/O Units Intelligent I/O units can be connected by way of IOBUS. Table 1-2 shows a list of I/O units and Table 1-3 shows accessory units. To connect an intelligent I/O, an IOBUS terminal (UT5U11) is used. For how to register system components using the Engineering Tool 2, see Chapter 3, “Software Function.”...
  • Page 27 1.3 Connection with Intelligent I/O Units Table 1-3 Accessory units Name Type Specification Remarks IO bus terminal UT5U11 IO Bus extension terminal block unit (ITU) Relay unit 3Y8A1406 Output: Relay contact output, 16-point contact G001 relay (made by Omron), G7TC-OC16 Dedicated cable 1 m: 3Y8A1406 G002, 3m: 3Y8A1406 G003 6F8C1135...
  • Page 28: Connection With Loop Display Units (Ld512H)

    Chapter 1 Overview Connection with Loop Display Units (LD512H) The LD512H Loop Display Unit (hereafter described the LDU) can be connected to the LC51* to display data and set necessary settings for each loop. The front panel of the LC51*E and that of the LDU are the same in structure and operation.
  • Page 29 1.5 Connection to Engineering Tool 2 Connection to Engineering Tool 2 The Engineering Tool 2 can be connected to the LC5** using an RS-232C cable of 8-pin modular jack connector. In normal operation, the Engineering Tool can operate without this connection. (Engineering Tool 2) RS-232C Dedicated Cable Figure 1-4 Connection to Engineering Tool 2 (Ethernet)
  • Page 30: Storing User Data

    Chapter 1 Overview Storing User Data To store a user application, use the Maintenance Panel of the Engineering Tool 2. 1.6.1 Storing on FROM (Flash ROM) (Storing User Program Data) From the Maintenance Panel of the Engineering Tool 2, execute "Write on FROM". This saves the user application downloaded and extracted on SRAM and the parameters on FROM.
  • Page 31: Upload Reverse Generation

    1.6 Storing User Data 1.6.4 Upload reverse generation Necessary information can be uploaded from the controller to update the contents of the Engineering Tool. In this case, it is necessary to download necessary source information for tool indication (hereafter described the tool source) to the LC51* beforehand. When the tool source is downloaded to the LC51* by the Engineering Tool, the downloaded data will be stored to the code memory section of the LC51*.
  • Page 32: Names And Roles Of Products

    IOBUS used to connect external PI/O modules conforms to the low-speed type (19.2Kbps) . The Engineering Tool 2 uses control terms based on the IEC1131-3 and realizes the engineering environment of the international standard, the same as the Integrated Controller (V series). Caution • High-speed PI/O modules (375kbps) cannot be used.
  • Page 33 1.7 Names and Roles of Products Control section Display panel Figure 1-5 Appearance of LC51* 6F8C1135...
  • Page 34: Display Panel (Front Panel)

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.7.1 Display panel (front panel) Figure 1-6 shows the front panel configuration of the unit. Since this display panel is almost the same as that of LDU, both are explained together here and the different part is explained additionally. Numeric display Halt indicator (red) Tag No.
  • Page 35 1.7 Names and Roles of Products • Pulse output type (LC512) Pulse output can be manipulated by this switch in the M mode. An inching operation with a short duration pulse can be made. When (OPEN) or (CLOSE) switch is pressed, OPEN or CLOSE pulse signal will be output, respectively.
  • Page 36 Chapter 1 Overview Table 1-5 HALT Indicator Display Contents status • Microprocessor error • Memory error (RAM/ROM) • PV process error (PV_DATA.PRE) • Device error (PV_DATA.PDE) • MV error (LP_DATA.MVE) (For how to reset this error, see Appendix H.2 “Side Key Operation Method.”) •...
  • Page 37 1.7 Names and Roles of Products Supplementary explanation For details of tag alarm (PV_DATA.***, LP_DATA.***), see E.3 “Tag Variable (PV, LP, PB).” Numeric display, Numeric item indicator This display shows either PV value, SV value or MV value. PV value/SV value is shown in engineering unit.
  • Page 38: Switches, Side Display And Keyboard Section (Side Panel)

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.7.2 Switches, side display and keyboard section (side panel) (Right Side View) Hardware status indicator Software status indicator Control section operation TOSLINE-S20LP indicator scan status indicator TOSLINE-S20LP station status indicator I/O section alarm indicator Station address rotary TOSLINE-S20LP setting switch online status indicator...
  • Page 39 1.7 Names and Roles of Products Control section operation indicator (green) The operating status of the control section is shown. Indicator Status • Wait for download Unlit • Error down • HALT (inactive) Normal operation Hardware status indicator (green) The hardware status of the control section is shown. Indicator Status Unlit...
  • Page 40 Chapter 1 Overview I/O section alarm indicator (red) Indicator Status Unlit Normal operation • ADC error Blinks • MV read-back error Initialization in progress Station address rotary switch Name Setting contents TOSLINE-S20LP address setting (1 − 64) Engineering selection switch Table 1-9 Engineering Selection Switch Switch name and function Switch status...
  • Page 41: Terminal Section (Rear Panel)

    1.7 Names and Roles of Products 1.7.3 Terminal section (rear panel) This section consists of M3.5 screw terminals to connect power supply and input/output signals, TOSLINE-S20LP connector (1 set) and Terminating resistor select switch. ④Terminating resistor select switch(TERM) ②TOSLINE-S20LP connector(OP1) ①Power Supply and I/O Signal Terminal Block(TB1) ②TOSLINE-S20LP connector(OP2)
  • Page 42 Chapter 1 Overview Power supply and I/O signal terminal block (TB1) This is the terminal block to connect power supply and process I/O signals of the LC51*. Table 1-10 Power Supply and I/O Signal Terminal Block (TB1) Terminal no. External connection Note Ground Case ground...
  • Page 43 1.7 Names and Roles of Products TOSLINE-S20LP connector(OP1,OP2) It is a connector for interfaces with a TOSLINE-S2OLP station. Fiber optic connector module: ENQD55301 (Matsushita Electronic) Conformity Fiber Optic Code: H-PCF 200/230 S1 fiber RS-485 transmission terminal block (TB2) This terminal block is used to connect the I/O bus transmission signal for expansion intelligent I/O module and the transmission signal for Loop Display Unit (LD512H).
  • Page 44 Chapter 1 Overview Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 45: Mounting, Dismounting And Connection

    • Be careful not to lose any screws removed. Do not drop any screw in the main unit. • Consult your nearest TOSHIBA service shop if any error or failure has occurred. • Be careful not to let your hands injured by the sharp projections of he printed circuit boards.
  • Page 46 Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Warning • Never disassemble any part other than specified in this manual. • Make sure to turn off the power supply of the controller before starting work. Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 47: Mounting And Removing The Unit

    2.2 Mounting and Removing Terminal Block Unit Mounting and Removing the Unit The controller consists of the main unit and a case/cable assembly to store the main unit. The LC51* shall be mounted by the attached fixture. 2.2.1 Mounting and removing Mounting (1) Insert the case from the front side.
  • Page 48 Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Mounting panel Figure 2-3 Side View Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 49: Removing The Main Unit

    2.2 Mounting and Removing Terminal Block Unit 2.2.2 Removing the main unit (1) Pull out the main unit. Push the bottom lock upward to release the lock. While the unit is in the condition described above in , pull out the unit toward you by holding the sides of the panel.
  • Page 50: Connection Of Transmission Signals (Lc51*/Ld512H)

    Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Connection of Transmission Signals (LC51*/LD512H) 2.3.1 Terminal block connection for LC51* Connect the cable wires to the LC51* terminal block as shown below. (1) Remove the terminal block cover from the rear panel of the unit and connect the wires of I/O bus cable and LD512H transmission cable.
  • Page 51 2.3 Connection of Transmission Signals (LC51*/LD512H) (2) When wires are connected, reinstall the terminal block cover. Caution • Check to make sure that wire connection to the power supply terminal block and RS485 terminal block is correct. • If power is applied with incorrect wire connection, burnout or electric shock may result. 6F8C1135...
  • Page 52: Cable Connection To Engineering Tool 2 (Lc51*)

    Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Cable Connection to Engineering Tool 2 (LC51*) Connect the LC51* and the Engineering Tool 2 using a dedicated RS-232C cable. Caution • Do not bend the hook of the modular connector to opposite direction. •...
  • Page 53: Tosline-S20Lp Fiber Optic Code Connection

    2.5 TOSLINE-S20LP Fiber Optic Code Connection TOSLINE-S20LP Fiber Optic Code Connection LC51* and a TOSLINE-S20LP station are connected with an Fiber Optic Code. Fiber Optic Connectors are the parts processed precisely. Since the Fiber Optic Code is made of glass, please damage the tips of a connector or do not soil it.
  • Page 54: Grounding

    Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Grounding 2.6.1 Caution for grounding • Single grounding This unit should be grounded singly. Mixed grounding with other devices may cause malfunction. • Insulation from building Insulate the cabinet from the building to prevent the noise current flowing in the building from adversely affecting it.
  • Page 55: Withstand Voltage Test

    2.6 Grounding Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet to Cabinet to Cabinet to Cabinet to LC51* LC51* LC51* to L1 LC52* to L1 to L1 1.25 mm 1.25 mm Lead-in terminal 22 mm 22 mm Bottle connector Grounding electrode Grounding electrode with 100 with 100 resistance resistance...
  • Page 56 Chapter 2 Mounting, Dismounting and Connection Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 57: Software Functions

    Chapter 3 Software Functions Program Management 3.1.1 Kinds of programs The LC51* has main scan programs. Scan programs are repeated on a specific cycle, which can be set as desired. Table 3-1 Kinds of Programs Type of Purpose ID symbol Entry No.
  • Page 58: Program Management

    Chapter 3 Software Functions Program proper Function/function block User function Standard function Program User function block Standard function block User function Program User function block Standard function Task User function block Standard function block User function block Standard function User function Standard function block User function...
  • Page 59 3.1 Program Management Program No. of steps No. of blocks − Main scan task: 8 MS_0 to MS_7 Program 1 Program 2 Program 3 Program 4 Program 5 Program 6 Program 7 Program 8 User FB (Used in program 1) Total 3700 The number of memory blocks: The number of steps divided by 16.
  • Page 60: Variables

    Chapter 3 Software Functions Variables 3.2.1 Types of variables Variables are stored in the memory (or memory region) referenced freely from programs. Variable are classified into several types depending on their usage. The detailed specifications of variables are described here. (1) Classification of variables by the effective area The variables are classified into 4 types depending on the effective area from which variables are referenced.
  • Page 61 3.2 Variables (2) Classification of variables by the definition method Two types of variables are provided. One type of variables is that the user can define their names and types freely (user variables) and the other type is the variables whose names and data types are already defined (standard variables).
  • Page 62: Variables Classification List

    Chapter 3 Software Functions 3.2.2 Variables classification list Variables classified by the effective range, definition method and usage are listed in Table 3-4 below. “EA” in the table below shows serial numbers to identify the classified variables. In normal programming, variables are specified by their names and “EA” is not required to consider but variables can also be referenced by “EA”...
  • Page 63: Initialization Of Variables

    3.2 Variables 3.2.3 Initialization of variables Variables will be initialized when a controller starts (started from an instantaneous power failure or after a long-period power stoppage, HALT RUN). Table 3-5 Initialization of Variables Name Initialization contents Instance variable Cleared to zero Temporary variable Indeterminate System variable...
  • Page 64: Input/Output Operation

    Chapter 3 Software Functions Input/Output 3.3.1 Hardware configuration and software configuration The hardware of the LC51* input/output seems to be integrated as one unit because MV etc. are output from the terminal block on the LC51* rear panel. However, by looking at the tool registration (in software), I/O module (SLP03 in the case of current output, SLP04 in the case of pulse output) must be registered inside the LC51*.
  • Page 65: Standard Input/Output

    3.4 Standard Input/Output Standard Input/Output 3.4.1 Tag and standard input/output The relation between tags, standard input/output and programs is described below. The standard I/O function consists of PV processing, LP processing and PB processing. Assuming a general process control circuit here, first of all, a signal from an external sensor is taken to the input for PV processing.
  • Page 66: Standard Input/Output Processing

    Chapter 3 Software Functions 3.4.3 Standard input/output processing I/O data of I/O module can be corrected, converted or alarm processing can be executing by setting necessary parameters to tag variables. For details of tags, see E.3 “Tag Variables (PV, LP, PB).” (1) PV processing The following operations will be executed according to the indicator variable (parameter) setting.
  • Page 67 3.4 Standard Input/Output If the value exceeds the maximum integrated value (MAX), overflow processing [(Integrated value−MAX)] will be executed. Caution • The conversion precision for standard input/output is a single precision real number (valid digits are 5 to 6 digits in decimal number). (For integrated value, its precision is a double precision real number.) •...
  • Page 68: Process Alarm

    Chapter 3 Software Functions 3.4.4 Process alarm When tags are registered, process alarm generation/recovery processing will be executed. The processing items are shown below. Table 3-7 Process Alarm Table Tag instrument variables Process alarm contents Indicator variable (PV) DPL (PV rate-of-change) alarm PL (PV low limit) alarm PH (PV high limit) alarm PRE (PV process error) alarm...
  • Page 69: Tosline-S20Lp Massage Transmission

    3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission [S20 message transmission (Computer link binary)] The LC51* function of S20 message transmission is described below. The T3H/S2T can access the LC51* for its data through the TOSLINE-S20LP. The T3H, for example, sends a write/read request to the LC51* using a SEND/RECV instruction.
  • Page 70: Lc51* Computer-Link Register

    Chapter 3 Software Functions 3.5.1 LC51* computer-link register The computer-link registers used for the LC51* are as follows. (The areas accessible fromthe T3H/S2T by SEND/RECV instruction are shown in the table below.) Register/device assignments Table 3-8 LC51* register assignments Symbol Function Word address Description relative to LC51*...
  • Page 71 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission (1) Input registers (XW)/input devices (X) Input register (XW) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Descripton Register representation 0000 %MW9. 0 Address 0: I/O module receive buffer Transmission header :...
  • Page 72 Chapter 3 Software Functions (2) Output registers (YW) Output register (YW)/output device (Y) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Descripton Register representation 0000 %MW9. 512 Address 0: I/O module send buffer Transmission header :...
  • Page 73 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission Note: In using SEND/RECV instructions by S2T, T3H, WX/YW will be the same registertype as in the partner station. To access a YW of the odule, therefore, spec-ifythe register head number of the partner station as follows: (register number +512).
  • Page 74 Chapter 3 Software Functions (3) Special registers (SW) Special register (SW) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Register Description representation 0000 %MW2. Calendar date Year 0001 %MW2.
  • Page 75 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission Auxiliary register (RW)/special relay (R) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Register Descri pt i on representation 0000 %MW7. 0 PV_DATA[0] PV value 0001 %MW7.
  • Page 76 Chapter 3 Software Functions (5) Link registers (W) Link register (W) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Register Descri pt i on representation 0000 %MW10.
  • Page 77 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission (6) Data registers (D) Data register (D) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Register Description representation 0000 %MW6. PV_PARA Header :...
  • Page 78 Chapter 3 Software Functions Direct Register Description representation 0064 %MW6. SIMM Simulation setting 0065 %MW6. PVI sensor alarm suppress 0066 %MW6. Spare Blank 0067 %MW6. 0068 %MW6. 0069 %MW6. 0070 %MW6. 0071 %MW6. 0072 %MW6. PV_PARA[1] : : 0127 %MW6. :...
  • Page 79 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission Direct Register Description representation 7237 %MW6. 7237 7238 %MW6. 7238 Deviation alarm 7239 %MW6. 7239 7240 %MW6. 7240 Daviation alarm dead band 7241 %MW6. 7241 7242 %MW6. 7242 MV alarm high 7243 %MW6. 7243 7244 %MW6. 7244 MV alarm low 7245...
  • Page 80 Chapter 3 Software Functions Direct Register Description representation 7746 %MW6. 7746 Output poin No. 7747 %MW6. 7747 7748 %MW6. 7748 Output action definition 7749 %MW6. 7749 7750 %MW6. 7750 PBP1 PB parameter 1 7751 %MW6. 7751 Flag used 7752 %MW6. 7752 PBP2 PB parameter 2...
  • Page 81 3.5 TOSLINE-S20LP message transmission Direct Register Description representation 8675 %MW6. 8675 8676 %MW6. 8676 VAL[9].X 8677 %MW6. 8677 8678 %MW6. 8678 VAL[9].Y 8679 %MW6. 8679 8680 %MW6. 8680 VAL[10].X 8681 %MW6. 8681 8682 %MW6. 8682 VAL[10].Y 8683 %MW6. 8683 8684 %MW6.
  • Page 82 Chapter 3 Software Functions (7) Fiter registers (FW) Firter register (FW) assignments are shown below. In the R/W column, the letter R means readable only and the term R/W, readable and writable. Direct Register Discription representation 0000 %MW8. R_PARA Headr :...
  • Page 83 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 How to register necessary data by Engineering Tool 2 to use the LC51* is described here showing an example to design a system. For how to operate the Engineering Tool 2, refer to “Engineering Tool User’s Manual (Basic Part) ”...
  • Page 84: System Example

    Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 System Example The system to be explained in this chapter consists of one unit of LC511 and one unit each of external serial I/O (SAO01) and external LDU. Though the LC511 has multiple analog inputs and outputs, only MV output and two AI inputs are used.
  • Page 85: Hardware Configuration Registration

    4.2 Hardware Configuration Registration Hardware Configuration Registration Hardware configuration shall be registered using the product tree of the Engineering Tool 2. Registration items such as System name and Station type are shown below. Table 4-1 System Name and Station Type Level Name (No) Device name...
  • Page 86 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 (3) Double-click the created system (LC511_Sample) at the upper right of the screen to open the system and select the “Station” folder shown at the lower left of the screen with the mouse and select <New> in the <File> menu. Enter a station name (LC511+AO01 in this example) in the text box of the input dialog.
  • Page 87 4.2 Hardware Configuration Registration (4) In the same way as above, register the Unit, Module, Bus, Unit (I/O) and Module (I/O) sequentially. The built-in I/O of the LC511 shall be registered as module 0 and the external I/O shall be registered as module 1 or any of the subsequent numbers.
  • Page 88: Module Parameter Registration

    Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 4.2.2 Module parameter registration (1) Select the “Module” (LC511 in this example) with the mouse and select <Module Parameter> in the <File> menu. Here, enter necessary parameters on the Module Parameter screen. Make sure to enter “MS task scan cycle (ms)”...
  • Page 89: Tag Registration

    4.3 Tag Registration Tag Registration I/O to be used shall be registered to tags. The types of tags to be registered here are shown below. Table 4-2 Tag Types Record number Parameter type I/O hardware address to register (array notation) PV (Indicator) 1 (PV[000]) Built- in IO (SLP03 of slot 0) AI point 1...
  • Page 90 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 (2) Select “PV: Indicator” for “Parameter type”. Figure 4-6 Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 522 User′s Manual...
  • Page 91 4.3 Tag Registration (3) Select <Parameter Copy> from the <Edit> menu and copy the initial value set in the Tool. When a dialog box appears, select “Initial value” for Copy contents and click Figure 4-7 (4) Register necessary parameters. Minimum required items for tag registration are shown below. Other items can be left as initial values.
  • Page 92 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 (5) In the same way as above, select “LP: Controller” for “Parameter type” and register parameters for the controller side. Table 4-4 LP: Controller Record No. (Array Supplementary explanation notation) Record 1 (PV [0]) Record 2 (PV [1]) (Caution) Item PVP (Control target PV...
  • Page 93 4.3 Tag Registration With registration set so far, the result is shown below. Figure 4-8 6F8C1135...
  • Page 94 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 Supplementary explanation About LDU (LD512H) LDU registration shall be made with LDC, LDP and LDB of the LP (Controller). LDU: Whether its controller tag should be displayed or not to LDU (Yes/No) (Underlined value is the initial value) LDP: Decimal point digits of PV and SV to be indicated on the numeric display (0/1 to 4) LDB: Display type of PV and SV for bar graph display (Bar graph / Point display)
  • Page 95: Variables Registration

    4.4 Variables registration Variables registration 4.4.1 Standard variables registration Variables to be used in programs shall be registered. Two types of variables are provided. One type of variables is standard variables prepared as standard and other type of variables is variables that the user defines. Tags and system variables (ZW) are standard variables. The standard variables can be created in “Add a standard variable”...
  • Page 96 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 (2) When the Controller Variable screen appears, uncheck “Lock up” checkbox and select “Yes” to enable the edit function and then press “Default Variable” button. Figure 4-10 (3) In the same way as above, register all variables shown in Table 4-6. 4.4.2 Controller variables registration Two types of tag variables are provided.
  • Page 97 4.4 Variables registration (3) In the same way as above, register necessary data for LP_DATA side. Figure 4-12 4.4.3 I/O variables registration I/O configuration differs depending on the system used, variables to be used for I/O are not provided as standard. Variables actually required shall be registered. In this example, all points of the LC511 (built-in SLP03) shall be registered.
  • Page 98 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 (1) Double-click the “Variable” (SIO1) at the lower right of the screen to open the Controller Variable screen and uncheck “Lock Edit” checkbox. (2) Enter a Variable name, Data type, Word No. and Bit No. Figure 4-13 Caution •...
  • Page 99 4.5 Program Creation Program Creation In this example, PV1 and LP1 are used to create a program where PID is executed using an external variable V01 as SV in the C mode and DO1 (PB1.FO1) is output in reverse when DI1 (PB1.FI1) is ON (PB1 is output in the A mode and stops in the M mode).
  • Page 100 Chapter 4 Registration Using Engineering Tool 2 Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 522 User′s Manual...
  • Page 101 Chapter 5 Startup and Stopping Checking Switches This chapter describes the switches on each module. LC51* Single-Loop Controller • Station address setting switch (STN) This switch is used to set the station address. The higher digits are set with H on the left and the lower digits are set with L on the right.
  • Page 102 Chapter 5 Startup and Stopping Start Supply required power to each component of the LC51* Single-Loop Controller to start the system. 5.2.1 Application not downloaded (1) Combine single-loop controller, I/O modules, and loop display units in accordance with the system requirements. (2) Connect transmission cables and sensor connecting cables to the cable connectors of individual modules and the terminal blocks.
  • Page 103 5.2 Start • Application programs • Parameters (3) Change the operation mode from "DL-WAIT" to "HALT". • CPU module DL-WAIT (RUN-LED: OFF, HARD-LED: ON, SOFT-LED: Blinking) changes to HALT (RUN-LED: OFF, HARD-LED: ON, SOFT-LED: ON). (4) After confirming that the operation mode has changed to "HALT", save the user data (FROM WRITE).
  • Page 104 Chapter 5 Startup and Stopping Stopping Turn off the power switch of the power supply that supply power to the LC51* Single-Loop Controller to stop the operation. Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 105 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display Using the side key, most of the functions such as display/setting of various data and changing the controller operation mode can be performed without using the Engineering Tool 2. This chapter describes how to use the side key and the display. In explanation to indicate key operation in this Chapter, for example, the operation “Press key and then press...
  • Page 106 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display Side Key and Display Overview 6.1.1 Basic screen configuration The side display is a 16-charagter × 2-line LCD display. The basic screen configuration is shown below. Title Item value Refresh icon Operable Alarm icon keys Title: This is the screen title for menu screen or item name for tag item display, etc.
  • Page 107 6.1 Side Key and Display Overview 6.1.3 Key operation overview (Rule) • 1 key/1 action When 1 key is pressed, 1 action (screen execution) will be executed. • Hierarchical menu Menu changes from main menu to submenu hierarchically and if is pressed, the menu goes back to the previous menu.
  • Page 108 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display • Explanation of each key Table 6-1 Side Key Functions Notation Name Function Escape key Returns one step back. Pressing the key longer (2 seconds or more) sets or releases the key operation lock. Help key Shows Help information for each screen.
  • Page 109 6.1 Side Key and Display Overview 6.1.4 Screen execution overview The status transition (overview) of the display screen execution is shown below. (1) When power is turned on, the initial screen appears and when initialization is completed, main menu screen appears. (2) When you select the desired item (select the desired item with key and press or press a numeric key), the screen changes to submenu screen.
  • Page 110 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display Screen Configuration List All screens that appear on the side display are described below. Table 6-2 Screen Configuration List Screen Screen configuration Description classification Menu display : Changes menu item and menu number. Title Menu number screen : Changes to submenu...
  • Page 111 6.3 Menu Tree List Menu Tree List Menu tree list is shown below. Table 6-3 Menu Tree List Menu name Screen Description classification Main menu Menu Highest level display 0 Alarm data Menu Alarm type selection 0 System alarm List System alarm display (such as a battery error) 1 I/O alarm List...
  • Page 112 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display About Alarm Display Alarms to be indicated on the side display are categorized into 3 types: System alarms, I/O alarms and Process alarms. In addition, when any one of these 3 types of alarms is generated, an alarm icon is automatically displayed on the display.
  • Page 113 6.3 Menu Tree List Supplementary explanation The module name of I/O alarm (or I/O display of PIO) shown on the side display is based on the contents registered by the Engineering Tool 2. Therefore, by comparing the indication on the side display and actual installation, you can check the tool registration and actual installation.
  • Page 114 Chapter 6 Side Key and Display 6.4.4 Alarm icon This is an icon display to notify that a system alarm, I/O alarm or process alarm is generated. This icon appears automatically when an alarm occurs and disappears when the alarm condition returns to normal.
  • Page 115 The indications of LEDs on each component and their lighting conditions are shown below. To check the details of error when an error occurs, display the alarm information on the side display or connect the V Series Engineering Tool 2 and check the error condition with System View and System Log.
  • Page 116 Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Table 7-1 LED indicators on LC51* (2) Indication ON Conditions Remedy − SOFT Software error Normal Blink Waiting for download Download applications from Tool. To start control, select RUN mode from the Tool, or turn power back on. Main scan task congestion Set a longer main scan cycle, or reduce the program volume of the main scan task.
  • Page 117 7.2 Trace Function 7.3 Alarm Display Functions of Side Display Trace Function The LC51* executes self-diagnosis by hardware or software. If any error occurs, its details can be logged in the LC51*, and can be read using the Engineering Tool 2 whenever necessary.
  • Page 118 Chapter 7 Troubleshooting WDT Signal Output The operating condition of the LC51* can be diagnosed by an external device using WDT signal output. The explanation here is described by assuming a normal condition when WDT signal output is ON and an erroneous condition (stop) when WDT signal output is OFF. For hardware specifications, see A.1 “LC51* Hardware Specifications.”...
  • Page 119 Chapter 8 Maintenance and Inspection Daily Check Check the following items while the system is operating. • Single-loop controller (LC51*) Check that the operation status LED indicates normal operation. If any error is found, check the system and bring it back to normal condition, referring to Chapter 7 "Troubleshooting".
  • Page 120 Chapter 8 Maintenance and Inspection Periodic Check Check the following items periodically (every 6 months). • Saving Memory Program Data Save the user memory data and user program data. Use then Engineering Tool to save them. • Shutdown of plant operation After saving the memory program data, carefully check the shutdown procedures for each system, then shut down the plant.
  • Page 121 8.3 Expendable Parts Expendable Parts Check the following items periodically (about every 6 months), Also, check the same if ambient conditions have changed. 8.3.1 Replacing the battery Since the lithium battery in the battery module on the CPU module terminal block is a consumable, it is necessary to replace it when needed.
  • Page 122 Chapter 8 Maintenance and Inspection Dispose of the consumed battery appropriately by observing the ordinance or regulation of the local government. Product name: Lithium battery Type: CR2025 (Sony or a product of compatible manufacturer) Warning • Do not throw a lithium battery into fire. •...
  • Page 123 8.3 Expendable Parts 8.3.3 Replacing the scale plate Remove the tag number plate as described above and then pull out the scale plate. Figure 8-3 Replacing the Scale Plate 6F8C1135...
  • Page 124 Chapter 8 Maintenance and Inspection Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 125 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Specifications LC51* Hardware Specifications Table A-1 Environmental Specifications (1) Item External specification Remarks Operating ambient 0 to 55oC temperature − 25 to 70 ° C Storage temperature Relative humidity 5% to 95% (with no condensation) Dust concentration 0.3mg/m or less...
  • Page 126 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Table A-1 Environmental Specifications (2) Item External specification Remarks Weight Approx. 2kg 72(W) × 144 (H) × 250(D) mm External dimensions 68W × 138H(mm) rectangular hole, plate thickness 8 Panel cutout dimensions mm or less Material Panel: ABS resin (UL94-V0) black Case: Iron plate, black coating...
  • Page 127 A.1 LC51* Hardware Specifications Table A-4 TOSLINE-S20LP Specifications Item External specification Remarks Topology Optical double loop Bus connection if one station fails Transmission code Differential Manchester Code Modulation Baseband Transmission rate 2 Mbps Connector F07 connector (JIS) Number of connectable Max.
  • Page 128 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Table A-6 I/O Hardware Specifications Item Specifications Analog input (AI) No. of points: 4 points (Signal common shall be connected to the common analog SC terminal) Signal: 1 − 5V DC Signal: ± 0.2%FS Input resistance: 1M Ω...
  • Page 129 A.1 LC51* Hardware Specifications 4 20 mA output FG (Case) **MV (Insulation ) P24V Timer Insulated Power 24V DC Supply Circuit Internal Logic Circuit *Open DIO+ 24V DC *Close *R/M (CH1) 1-5V Input (CH2) (CH3) (CH4) (CH1) 1-5V Output (CH2) TB1 Terminal number *Open, Close, R/M: LC512 only...
  • Page 130 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module LC51* Software Specifications Table A-7 LC51* Software Specifications Item Specifications Control mode RUN/HALT/ERROR Programming language ICE61131-3 compliant Program capacity 64 POU Program type Task type 1 Program processing Control loop/ 8 loops/6k steps capacity Program capacity Performance...
  • Page 131 A.3 LD512H Specifications LD512H Specifications The Loop Display Unit LD512H is a device to monitor and display the loop control data and operate manually. This device can be used to operate and monitor the LC51* Single-Loop controller. This device conforms to DIN size (72 × 144 mm) structure in appearance and LED bar graph is used to display data.
  • Page 132 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Alarm indicator TAG No. plate HLT: HALT alarm ALM: Process alarm CMP: Computer/Local Digital indicator R/M: Remote/Manual Displays a PV, MV or SV value Setting buttons in 5 digits Used to set the following: : SV C, A, M: Control modes : MV...
  • Page 133 A.3 LD512H Specifications Caution • Check to make sure that wire connection to the power supply terminal block and RS485 terminal block is correct. • If power is applied with incorrect wire connection, burnout or electric shock may result. • When you connect this device, provide 50 mm or more space above and below the device.
  • Page 134 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Table A-8 LD512H Hardware Specifications (2) Item Specifications Remarks 24 V DC +10%, − 15% Rated voltage (Reference values) Retentive power interruption Power consumption 8 W or less Rush current maximum Fuse Resistance fuse provided Insulation resistance As measured with a 500 VDC megger 50 M Ω...
  • Page 135 A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications Intelligent I/O Specifications The type of the LC51* Single-Loop Controller that can connect intelligent PI/O units is LC51*E*S. The specifications, connection and related terminal blocks of intelligent PI/O units are described here. Read this manual carefully before handling each device and use it correctly. An independent User’s Manual is provided for each module However, for details, read this manual carefully.
  • Page 136: Analog Input Module (Ai01)

    Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module A.4.1 Analog Input Module (AI01) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: 1−5VDC, 8 points Isolation between channels: Not provided (not isolated) Broken input wiring detection: Down-scale Input resistance: 1MΩ or more Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15%...
  • Page 137: Analog Input Module (Ai02)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.2 Analog Input Module (AI02) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: 1−5VDC, 4 points Isolation between channels: Provided (Insulated) Broken input wiring detection: Down-scale Input resistance: 1MΩ or more Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15% Supply power:...
  • Page 138: Analog Input Module (Ai03)

    Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module A.4.3 Analog Input Module (AI03) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: 1−5VDC, 4 points (with distributor) Isolation between channels: Provided (Insulated) Broken input wiring detection: Down-scale Input resistance: 1MΩ or more Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15%...
  • Page 139: Tc Input Module (Tc01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.4 TC Input Module (TC01) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: Thermocouple (J, K, T, E, R, S and B), 8 points Isolation between channels: Provided (Insulated) Broken input wiring detection: Down-scale/ Upscale (selectable) Input resistance: 1MΩ...
  • Page 140: Rtd Input Module (Rt01)

    Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module A.4.5 RTD Input Module (RT01) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: Resistance temperature detector Pt100Ω, 4 points Isolation between channels: Provided (Insulated) Broken input wiring detection: Upscale Conductor resistance: 10Ω or less Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps...
  • Page 141: Analog Output Module (Ao01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.6 Analog Output Module (AO01) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: Current output 4−20mA, 8 points Isolation between channels: Not provided (not isolated) Load resistance: 0−750MΩ Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15% Supply power: Consumption current:...
  • Page 142: Analog Output Module (Ao02)

    Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module A.4.7 Analog Output Module (AO02) • Specifications Output signal and number of points: Current output 4−20mA, 4 points Isolation between channels: Provided (Insulated) Load resistance: 0−750Ω Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15% Supply power: Consumption current:...
  • Page 143: Digital Input Module (Di01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.8 Digital Input Module (DI01) • Specifications Output signal: Dry contact (External power supply 24DC is required for input circuit) Number of points: 32 points Isolation between channels: Not provided (not isolated) Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15% Supply power:...
  • Page 144 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection Connector CN1 Terminal No. Signal name External wiring Digital Input 1 (DI1) Digital Input 2 (DI2) Digital Input 3 (DI3) Digital Input 4 (DI4) Digital Input 5 (DI5) Digital Input 6 (DI6) Digital Input 7 (DI7) Digital Input 8 (DI8) Digital Input 9 (DI9)
  • Page 145: Digital Output Module (Do01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.9 Digital Output Module (DO01) • Specifications Output signal: FET open drain output (External power supply 24DC is required for output circuit) Load current: 100mA maximum Number of points: 32 points Isolation between channels: Not provided (not isolated) Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps...
  • Page 146 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection Connector CN1 Terminal No. Signal name External wiring Digital Input 1 (DO1) (Load) Digital Input 2 (DO2) (Load) Digital Input 3 (DO3) (Load) Digital Input 4 (DO4) (Load) Digital Input 5 (DO5) (Load) Digital Input 6 (DO6) (Load)
  • Page 147: Pulse Input Module (Pi01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.10 Pulse Input Module (PI01) • Specifications Input signal and number of points: Dry contact signal/voltage pulse signal, 4 points (Dry contact/voltage pulse can be used together) Input frequency: Dry contact: DC to 50Hz Voltage pulse: DC to 10kHz Minimum pulse width: Dry contact: 10ms Voltage pulse: 50µs...
  • Page 148 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection The terminal block module to be used is UT5P11. Terminal block TB1 PI01 modul Terminal block TB2 External power supply 24V DC Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 149: Pulse Output Module (Po01)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.11 Pulse Output Module (PO01) • Specifications Output signal, number of points: Transistor open collector signal, 4 points Output type: Pulse width: 72 or 9 ms can be selected (same selection for 4 points) Pulse train: 28 or 111 Hz can be selected (same selection for 4 points) Resolution: 8 bits...
  • Page 150 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection The terminal block module to be used is UT5P11. Terminal block TB1 PO01 modul PO1(OP) PO1(CL) PO2(OP) PO2(CL) PO3(OP) PO3(CL) PO4(OP) PO4(CL) Terminal block TB2 Pulse output common External power Opened contact output supply 24V DC Closed contact output Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 151: Loop I/O Module (Lp03)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.12 Loop I/O Module (LP03) • Specifications Analog input signal (AI): 1−5VDC, 4 points Analog output signal (AO): 1−5 DC, 2 points Manipulated variable signal (MV): 4−20mA, 1 point Digital input signal (DI): Dry contact, 3 points Digital output signal (DO): Dry contact, 3 points Communication method (IOBUS):...
  • Page 152 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection The terminal block module to be used is UT5L12. Terminal block TB1 LP03 modul AI1 AI4 AO1, AO2 (AI/AO common) N.C. Terminal block TB2 DI1 DI3 DO1 DO3 DIO 0V DIO 0V DIO 0V DIO 24V DIO 0V...
  • Page 153: Loop I/O Module (Lp04)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.13 Loop I/O Module (LP04) • Specifications Analog input signal (AI): 1−5VDC, 4 points Analog output signal (AO): 1−5 DC, 2 points Manipulated variable signal (MV): Pulse width output, 1 pai Digital input signal (DI): Dry contact, 3 points Digital output signal (DO): Dry contact, 3 points Communication method (IOBUS):...
  • Page 154 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module • Connection The terminal block module to be used is UT5L12. Terminal block TB1 LP04 modul AI1 to AI4 AO1, AO2 (AI/AO common) N.C. N.C. N.C. Terminal block TB2 DI1 to DI3 DO1 to MV OPEN MV CLOSE DIO 0V...
  • Page 155: Iobus Extension Terminal Block (Ut5U11)

    A.4 Intelligent I/O Specifications A.4.14 IOBUS Extension Terminal Block (UT5U11) • Specifications Input signal: IOBIS 1 points Communication method (IOBUS): RS-485, semi-duplex, asynchronous, multi-drop 19.2Kbps 24VDC, +10%, −15% Supply power: Consumption current: Approx. 10mA Operating environment: Temperature: 0 to 55°C Humidity: 10 to 90%RH (no condensation) Installation: 35 mm width DIN rail installation...
  • Page 156 Appendix A LC51* and Expansion Module Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 157 Appendix B Details of Display Panel FAST/SEL Switch Operation If this switch is used together with MV OPEN, CLOSE switch ( ) or SV setting switch ), the rate-of-change (speed) becomes FAST. If used independently, the mode can be changed between the SELECT mode and the NORMAL mode.
  • Page 158 Appendix B Details of Display Panel Display mode switching F/S key ON Operational Fast operation mode mode MV/SV key F/S key OFF MV/SV key MV/SV key OFF MV/SV key MV/SV key F/S key OFF Normal mode FAST ON mode F/S key F/S key Alarm mode Selection...
  • Page 159 B.2 Manual Operation Switch and SV Setting Switch Overview Manual Operation Switch and SV Setting Switch Overview All of the operation on the display panel will be transmitted to the LC51*. Here, the internal mechanism to display the switch operation smoothly is described. While the operation data is being sent to the LC51* but not received yet, the display panel checks whether any button is operated and if operated, the bar graph indication by the button takes precedence and if no button is operated, the bar graph indication by display data takes...
  • Page 160 Appendix B Details of Display Panel Special Indication of Numeric Display Though the display panel normally indicates MV, PV and SV, a special indication appears if something occurs. During initialization (immediately after power is turned on) The display panel indicates the revision number of the display panel board and software version.
  • Page 161 Appendix C External Views Mounting fixture Unit: mm Panel cutout dimensions 0.7, 0 1.0, 0 (72.3 N 4) Installation for a single unit Installation for multiple units (N units) Note 1: Provide 50mm or more space above and below the instrument. Note 2: Fasten the instrument to the panel using the mounting fixture.
  • Page 162 Appendix C External Views Mounting fixture Unit: mm Panel cutout dimensions 0.7, 0 1.0, 0 (72.3 N 4) Installation for a single unit Installation for multiple units (N units) Note 1: Provide 50mm or more space above and below the instrument. Note 2: Fasten the instrument to the panel using the mounting fixture.
  • Page 163 Appendix D Trace Information 6F8C1135...
  • Page 164 Write FROM again from failure flash ROM save Tool. In case of no instruction. recovery by rewrite, replace the CPU module and restart. Or contact Toshiba service station. 6120 Packing process Caution Continued A conflict is detected in Block No. Number of...
  • Page 165 Table D-1 Error Trace (2 / 5) Event Trace Contents Level Timing Exec Remarks Task Address Aux1 Aux2 Aux3 Cause Maintenance 7109 User task boundary Caution In executing user Continued Access is made over the LD, ST, contact, coil and Download after correcting error task...
  • Page 166 02H). successfully started up, replace the CPU module and turn it on again. After restart, execute Memory Clear and Batch DL. Or, contact TOSHIBA service station. C107 Flash ROM BCC check Major Initial diagnosis Error Error was detected in Block No.
  • Page 167 Replace the CPU module error failure rundown flash ROM BCC error and restart the system. calculation. occurrences Or, contact TOSHIBA service station. C110 Memory R/W check Major Initial diagnosis Error Error was detected in RAM memory defective Replace the CPU module...
  • Page 168 D300 Total control stop Major Periodic diagnosis Error Total control is in System program error Reset the error and restart failure rundown congestion. the system. Collect the system log and contact TOSHIBA.
  • Page 169 Table D-2 Event Trace (1 / 2) Even Trace Contents Level Timing Exec Remarks Task Address Aux1 Aux2 Aux3 Cause Maintenance t No. 0000 Power On Power ON/reset 0001 Reset Power ON/reset 0002 Power OFF Power ON/reset 0101 Error rundown Only upon startup after long shutdown...
  • Page 170 Table D-2 Event Trace (2 / 2) Even Trace Contents Level Timing Exec Remarks Task Address Aux1 Aux2 Aux3 Cause Maintenance t No. 110D Memory clear 110E Save on Flash ROM command 110F Task execution disable 1110 Task execution enable 1111 Sub-schedule change 1112 Grouping change 1113 Intervention trace clear...
  • Page 171 Table D-3 Intervention Trace Event No. Trace Contents Level Timing Exec Remarks Task Address Aux1 Aux2 Aux3 Cause Maintenance 0000 Control mode change 0001 SV change 0002 MV change 0003 DO output 0004 Scan ON/OFF 0005 PV change 0006 DI change 0007 Simulation ON/OFF 0008...
  • Page 172 Table D-4 Transmission Trace Event No. Trace Contents Level Timing Exec Remarks Task Address Aux1 Aux2 Aux3 Cause Maintenance 0001 BIP initialized 0083 icv msg () error 0084 snd_ msg () error 0085 BIP initialize error 0086 BIP IRPREG status error 0087 BIP IRPREG status error 0088...
  • Page 173 Appendix E Details of Variables System Variable (ZW) The system variable is a variable with predetermined purpose. This variable can be used to monitor and set the condition of the system by application program. Though the system variable contains 1024 words of ZW [0] to ZW [1023], the usable area is limited.
  • Page 174 Appendix E Details of Variables (2) Operation data (read-only data) Operation mode Battery error Battery status (0: Normal, 1: Error) Execution cycle Execution cycle (floating-point number) of main scan task being executed Scan cycle × Sub-schedule value (ms) Stall data Stall data of main scan (0: Normal, 1: Stalled, 2: Restored) Stall count Task initialization data...
  • Page 175 E.1 System Variable (ZW) (4) Error data map 400 Latest error code Major classification Medium classification Minor classification Major fault error map Minor classification 410 Major Medium classification 0 classification 0 03H 3F Medium classification 1 03H 3F Medium classification F 03H 3F 474 Major Medium...
  • Page 176 Appendix E Details of Variables (5) System signal output (write) WDT signal output 0: Normal (External signal: ON) 1: WDT output (External signal: OFF) (External signal is OFF while continuous output ZW800 is “1”) LDU ALM_LED lights <0> Condition when LDU1 ALM_LED lights (0: Unlit (Auto system / 1: Lights) <7>...
  • Page 177 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Details of tag variables are described below. About explanation items in the table Item name ☆ indicates data used for Tool only (parameters not downloaded to the controller). This data does not affect the controller’s execution but since there are items useful when document is printed, set items when needed.
  • Page 178 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Signal type [Input signal type] [Description] UINT code Unused Standard processing for this instrument will not be performed. No actual input Since the conversion processing for input counter is not performed, a calculated value is substituted to PV value by program and this is used as an internal instrument.
  • Page 179 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Input The input point for process signal is registered in the form of DWORD hardware 00_01_01_MM_PP. address • MM indicates module number (00 to 15). 2 digits are required. •...
  • Page 180 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Correction This is used to select the type of linearization processing performed by WORD calibration standard input processing. type [Correction [Description] calculation code] No correction When the relation between the process value and input signal is linear by nature or linearization is not performed DP/F...
  • Page 181 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] − Control scan Not used for LC511/LC,512. Leave the initial value (main scan) as is. specification Low cutoff At the time of instantaneous value processing, an instantaneous value value equal to or less than this value is treated as 0%.
  • Page 182 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Pulse weigh At the time of pulse input, the process amount corresponding to one REAL factor pulse is registered. [EU/pulse] • 0 ≤ PU Caution: Select this parameter considering the real number calculation precision of standard processing is 5 or 6 digits in decimal number.
  • Page 183 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Simulation SIMM Indicator value PV of indicator registered by [Controller variable] is UINT method used, loop-back simulation method of controllers is registered. [Simulation] [Description] Simple loop-back When the simulation flag (SIM) is ON, the output of the controller is looped back to PV automatically.
  • Page 184 Appendix E Details of Variables (2) Data (PV_DATA) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] PV value This value can be set when scan is Off (SCN = 1). When application REAL program is used to correct PV (PV<>PVC), PV is open to application [EU] program.
  • Page 185 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) E.2.2 Controller Variables (LP_PARA, LP_DATA) [Controller variable] is used to register interface signals for actuators or other standard processing and instrument indication data. The data registered here determines the controller’s standard output processing, controller processing and instrument indication by OIS.
  • Page 186 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Control operation The instrument type can be selected from the following: WORD type [Control operation type] [Description] None Instrument calculation processing will not be made. PID calculation PID controller is selected. Sample PI calculation Sample PI controller is selected.
  • Page 187 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Deviation gap gain At the time of PID or SPI operation, gain can be modified within REAL the gap near the deviation (SV − PV). Here, its gain is set. (gain) [twice] •...
  • Page 188 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Pulse dead band When Pulse is selected for [Output signal type], dead band is set REAL to stop unnecessary actuator operation for very small pulse count. [sec] • 0 ≤ HT ≤ 10 Alarm level is set for deviation (absolute value of SV −...
  • Page 189 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] SV measurement This setting is used for new instrumentation library. This cannot BOOL tracking specification (for be used in standard output processing. For details, refer to “New new instrumentation FB Instrumentation FB Library User’s Manual”.
  • Page 190 Appendix E Details of Variables (2) Data (LP_DATA) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] SV value Set-point value REAL [EU] MV value Manipulated variable REAL [%] However, when “Ratio setter” is selected for Control operation type (CTL), MV becomes an engineering unit value and I/O will not be output.
  • Page 191 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) E.2.3 Pushbutton Variables (PV_PARA, PB_DATA) [Pushbutton variable] is used to register interface signals for digital devices such as a process motor and a valve and its standard processing and instrument indication data. The data registered here determines the controller’s standard input processing.
  • Page 192 Appendix E Details of Variables Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Output hardware The output point of process signal is registered in the form of DWORD address 1 00_01_01_MM_PP. Digital output points are registered. The relation between this output and 3-point pushbutton is determined Output hardware by the registered content in the output table.
  • Page 193 E.2 Tag Variables (PL, LP, PB) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Button 2 pressed DA21 The operation for output of each point when Button 2 is pressed DWORD output 1 can be selected from the following: • None (No processing) / S (Output is set) / R (Output is set) T Button 2 pressed DA22 output 2...
  • Page 194 Appendix E Details of Variables (2) Data (PB_DATA) Data type Item name Abbr. Description [unit] Scan Update of FI1 to FI3 is stopped when Scan is OFF (= 1). BOOL For future use [FO1 − FO3 output is stopped when Simulation is Simulation BOOL set (= 1).
  • Page 195 E.3 I/O Variable (SIO1) I/O Variable (SIO1) When I/O is registered as tag to use it, it is not necessary to register I/O variable. To use I/O directly without using tag, it is necessary to register I/O variable. The I/O variable is classified as user defined variable. Though you can assign a desired variable name, its use (address) will be determined by I/O module registration and thus the address (Word No.
  • Page 196 Appendix E Details of Variables Table E-1 Data Configuration for Each I/O Module Module name Offset Reception (input) side Transmission (output) side − SAO01 4, 5 Alarm data AO1 read-back data AO1 data ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅ ⋅...
  • Page 197 E.3 I/O Variable (SIO1) Caution • Since the areas not described in the table (the first 4 words and the last 2 words) and the areas marked by “−” are System region areas, do not rewrite the data in these areas.
  • Page 198 Appendix E Details of Variables Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511,512 User′s Manual...
  • Page 199 Appendix F Details of Module Parameters The module parameters of LC51* are described below. Table F-1 Parameters Setting range Precautions Items name Description (initial value) MS task scan cycle (ms) The cycle time of main scan (program 0: Stop / 50 to execution) is set.
  • Page 200 Appendix F Details of Module Parameters Table F-2 Data Item name Description Display range (read-only data) MS scan time current value (ms) Main scan current execution time 0 to 5000ms MS scan time maximum value Main scan execution time 0 to 5000ms (ms) maximum value MS scan time minimum value...
  • Page 201 Appendix G Execution Performance of LC51* The execution performance of LC51* calculated based on the measurement value is listed here. Caution • The performance value changes depending on the use conditions (tag setting or instruction words used). Use the values in this section as reference values and design your system using values with extra margin.
  • Page 202 Appendix G Execution Performance of LC51* Individual Execution Time The individual execution times of tags and programs are shown below. Use these values to determine the capacity of each unit of LC51* as guideline values at the time of system build-up.
  • Page 203 G.2 Execution Time at Maximum Configuration Execution Time at Maximum Configuration The execution time when tags and memory are fully registered is shown below. Instructions installed to make the code memory usage to maximum are mostly LD-ST. When high function instructions are used, the execution time increases further. (1) Condition 8/loop (new instrumentation FB) LP1 to LP8...
  • Page 204 Appendix G Execution Performance of LC51* TOSDIC 215D Program Transfer When an application program of TOSDIC 215D is transferred to the LC511, its execution time and code memory capacity are shown below. (1) Condition (original system) Name TOSDIC 215D combustion control for iron and steel manufacturer Control cycle (CT) 10 [100ms] (1s) No.
  • Page 205 Appendix H Side Key Details The details on alarm contents and operation method for Side display and Side keys are described. Alarm Details Table H-1 Types of System Alarms Abbr. Item name Cause Corrective action CPU related error OS program locked up or a Turn off and then on the power hardware fault may have supply to restart the system.
  • Page 206 Appendix H Side Key Details Table H-2 Types of I/O Alarms Abbr. Item name Cause Corrective action External (I/O) power External DC power to the Check the terminal allocation of I/O fault corresponding I/O module is module and enter external power erroneous.
  • Page 207 H.1 Alarm Details Table H-3 Types of Process Alarms Abbr. Item name Cause Corrective action Device error Input module is erroneous. Check the I/O alarm of the corresponding I/O module. Sensor error Input count < CL or CH < Check the wiring of external input. Check Input count.
  • Page 208 Appendix H Side Key Details Table H-4 Other Alarm Messages Item Display contents Display contents Description Cause Reset method Initial screen ** SELF CHECK ** **ジコシンダンチュウ** Initial diagnosis Wait for a while after − シバラク オマチクダサイ.. Wait a moment... in progress turning on power.
  • Page 209 H.2 How to Operate Side Keys How to Operate Side Keys How to operate keys is explained in detail. All of key operations are made from main menu. If the main menu is not displayed currently, press key as many times as necessary until main menu appears.
  • Page 210 Appendix H Side Key Details (1) Change the Side display indication (to English). • Change the displayed language to English. Setting[Enter] [ ↓ ] [Enter] Operation Display[5] [5] [1] SYSTEM.LANG SYSTEM.LANG Screen ニホンゴ English • Release the auto lock (do not allow the screen to be locked even after 3 minutes passes) Setting[Enter] [ ↓...
  • Page 211 H.2 How to Operate Side Keys (3) Change the operation mode of LC51* (HALT, RUN). • Change the mode of LC51* from HALT to RUN. Setting[Enter] [ ↓ ] Operation Display[5] [0] [0] [Enter] SYS[0].MODE SYS[0].MODE Screen HALT (4) Change the tag (SV). •...
  • Page 212 Appendix H Side Key Details • Change the internal flag S6 to ON. Setting[Enter] [ ] × 2 Operation Display[4] [1] times S [0000]Bool S [0000]Bool Screen 00000000 00100000 Supplementary explanation • BOOL type indication When the variable type is BOOL, the value is indicated in binary number (max 16 points). In the case of an internal flag, the value is indicated in 8 points.
  • Page 213 H.2 How to Operate Side Keys Supplementary explanation Six types of versions are provided for the LC51*: HrdA (hardware), HrdB (currently not used), SYS (system program), OS (internal OS), CSIM (boot) and MC (MC bus transmission section). The display of these versions can be changed by .
  • Page 214 Appendix H Side Key Details (9) Change the controller control cycle (MS task scan cycle). • Change the control cycle from 1 second to 1.5 second. Display[5] [4] [ ↓ ↓ ] Setting[Enter] [1500] Operation [Enter] [Enter] SYSTEM.CT SYSTEM.CT Screen 1000 1500 Supplementary explanation...
  • Page 215 Appendix I Functional Comparison with TOSDIC In this appendix, the difference between the LC51* and the TOSDIC 210D Series is described. Functional Specifications Table I-1 Comparison of Function Specifications Item TOSDIC-215D/212D LC51* Auto tuning function Provided (Auto tuning of control Not provided (Equivalent function is not provided parameters) in the Integrated Controller)
  • Page 216 Appendix I Functional Comparison with TOSDIC 210D Series Display/Switches Table I-2 Display/Switches Item TOSDIC-215D/212D LC51* Front panel HLT LED OFF: Normal OFF: Normal ON: CPU/RAM/ROM error, ADC error, MV ON: LDU CPU/RAM/ROM error, read-back error, Mode switching Transmission error (between CPU error disabled, Control inactive, Address and LDU), MV error (MVE), Control select switch error, Valve DIR/REV...
  • Page 217 I.3 Side Key Operation / Display Side Key Operation / Display Table I-3 Comparison of Side Key Operation / Display Item TOSDIC-215D/212D LC51* Key arrangement Display panel 16 digits × 2 lines 16 digits × 2 lines By entering 3 − 6 digits of data, the desired Key operation Tree structured menu ( ) can be...
  • Page 218 Appendix I Functional Comparison with TOSDIC 210D Series Operation when error occurs Table I-4 Comparison of Operation When Error Occurs Item TOSDIC-215D/212D LC51* Memory clear (SPROM replacement detection (Waiting for download) § INZ − SWON) Mode: M, SV: 0%, Mode: M, SV: 0, MV output when MV is MV output when MV value is 0%: 0mA restored: 0mA...
  • Page 219 I.6 Function Modules (Instruction Words) Function Modules (Instruction Words) A comparison between the TOSDIC 210D Series function modules and the LC51* LD/FBD functions is made here. Names of argument and display method differ but there are equivalent areas when considered that they are made of functions. A comparison for all function modules is shown below.
  • Page 220 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Arithmetic operation Addition Y=H1*U1 + H2*U2 + H3 When H1=H2=1.0 and H3=0.0, ADD_REAL is an (Subtraction) equivalent instruction. When H1=1.0, H2= − 1.0 and H3=0.0, SUB_REAL is an equivalent instruction.
  • Page 221 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Comparison If U1 ≤ H1*U2 + H2 then Y=1, else Y = 0 LE_REAL_L Comparison If U1=H1*U2 + H2 then Y=1, else Y=0 When H1=1.0 and H2=0.0, EQ_REAL is an equivalent instruction and (EQ) is a substitute application.
  • Page 222 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Linearization Natural logarithm Y=H1*ln (U1) + H2 When H1=1.0 and H2=0.0, LN is an equivalent instruction (however, Y=0 when U1=0) and (LOG) is a substitute application.
  • Page 223 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Dynamic characteristic Rate-of-change limit U2 ≠ 0 |U1 − Y | ≤ H1 Y=U1 DLM_REAL − 1 U1 − Y > H1 Y = Y − 1+H1 compensation −...
  • Page 224 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Control operation Deviation squared Deviation squared 2-degree-of-freedom PID 2-degree-of operation is executed for deviation squared value in -freedom PID the loop specified by H3. Control operation Panel display If U1=0 then Loop 1 is displayed else Loo2 is Substitute application (LNO) is a substitute application,...
  • Page 225 Conventional single-loop controllers (TOSDIC 212D/215D) LC512/,511 Comparison Classification Abbrev Name Specification Equivalent instructions and precautions Alarm check Deviation check If U1=0 then deviation check for i loop is not Masking of MVH, MVL and DVE: Possible with alarm specification executed suppression (LP_DATA/LSP) Masking DVE only: No possible else...
  • Page 226 Appendix I Functional Comparison with TOSDIC 210D Series Model 1000 Loop Controller L1 LC511, 512 User′s Manual...
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