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  • Page 3 Third Edition, May 2006, SVE-1-110(D) (out of print) Fourth Edition, November 2012, SVE-1-110(E) All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2003, 2012, Hitachi, Ltd. The contents of this publication may be revised without prior notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher.
  • Page 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Before installation, operation, maintenance, and/or inspection of this product, be sure to read through carefully this manual and other related manuals. Do not use this product until you are familiar with all the information concerning this product, safety information, and precautions provided in those manuals.
  • Page 5 Do not install, wire, handle, modify, or use maintenance parts in any manner not described in this manual. Such a practice may result in breakdown of this equipment or peripherals, injury or even death. Hitachi will not be responsible for any accident or failure resulting from such mishandling.
  • Page 6 During work For each procedure, follow the given sequence of steps. Use the special tools and instruments, specified for the work in the manual or commercially available tools and instruments which fit the purpose. Use measurement instruments and powered tools which are properly calibrated or periodically inspected.
  • Page 7 Prevention of electric shocks Before starting work, make sure that, unless otherwise specifically instructed, there is no potential electric hazard in the maintenance area such as insufficient grounding or a wet floor. Before starting work, note where the emergency power-off switches are located and make sure you know how to operate them.
  • Page 8 Procedures in an emergency For electric shock Do not panic. Do not become another victim through contact with the injured person. First, shut off the electric current passing through the victim. Use the emergency power-off switch, if there is one, or, otherwise, a normal power- off switch.
  • Page 9 Do not perform any installation, wiring, handling, or internal modification procedures other than stated in this manual. In no event will Hitachi be responsible for personal injury or death or any damage to Hitachi’s product or peripheral equipment arising out of the use of such an unauthorized procedure.
  • Page 10 (chapter 3, page 3-7) CAUTION The battery cable must always be wired in a power-on state, so be sure to provide protection against electric shock before you turn on the power to the CMU module. (chapter 6, page 6-2) CAUTION Before replacing the module, switch it off to avoid electrical shock hazards and also to prevent it from being damaged or malfunctioning.
  • Page 11 Hitachi will not be responsible for any accident or failure resulting from modification of software provided by Hitachi. Hitachi will not be responsible for reliability of software not provided by Hitachi. Make it a rule to back up every file. Any trouble on the file unit, power failure during file access or incorrect operation may destroy some of the files you have stored.
  • Page 12 (chapter 2, page 2-2) NOTICE When setting the station number switch, turn off the power switch. (chapter 2, page 2-3) NOTICE When setting the station number switch, turn off the power switch. (chapter 2, page 2-4) NOTICE When setting the station number switch, turn off the power switch. (chapter 2, page 2-5) NOTICE Be sure to mount this battery module next to the model-LQP525 or LQP527...
  • Page 13 (chapter 3, page 3-4) NOTICE Dust or other foreign matter might accumulate on the connector, resulting in poor contact. Immediately after the module is unpacked, perform the mounting and wiring procedures. To prevent the module from being damaged, observe the following precautions when you mount or demount the module: •...
  • Page 14 (chapter 3, page 3-6) NOTICE This hardware unit may malfunction if it is connected poorly or has a broken line. After connecting the connector, check whether it is locked. Do not touch the connector during power-on. Otherwise, the system may malfunction due to static electricity, etc.
  • Page 15 (chapter 4, page 4-9) NOTICE After setting in the [Communication type] window, a session of communication with the CMU starts to collect [[S10V] S10BASE] window display information. If the CMU is inactive or there is an invalid setting of communications information, the [[S10V] S10BASE] window is displayed in online state after a communication timeout is detected.
  • Page 16 (chapter 6, page 6-26) NOTICE If the TCP protocol is used over more than 150 ports, no socket information is displayed for the excess ports and the UDP protocol. If the TCP protocol is used over more than 80 ports, some of the socket information for the UDP protocol may not be displayed.
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  • Page 18 Hitachi Engineering & Services Co., Ltd. The malfunctioning part will be replaced or repaired free of charge. If the malfunctioning is shipped, however, the shipment charge and packaging expenses must be paid for by the customer.
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  • Page 20 This manual provides information on the following hardware and program products: (SVE-1-110(E)) <Hardware product> CMU (LQP520/LQP525/LQP527) Battery module (LQZ500) <Program products> S-7895-03, HI-FLOW SYSTEM, 02-10 S-7895-29, ET.NET SYSTEM, 02-04 S-7895-38, BASE SYSTEM, 01-15...
  • Page 21 Revision record (1/2) Revision record Revision No. Month, Year Remarks (revision details and reason for revision) • Specification information on the model-LQP525 May 2006 CMU module is added to the description under “1.2 Specifications.” • A description of the differences between the models LQP520 and LQP525 is added as Section 1.3.
  • Page 22 (2/2) Revision record Revision No. Month, Year Remarks (revision details and reason for revision) • The section entitled “6.4 Replacing the CMU November 2012 Module” is added. • A new module model numbered LQP527 is additionally made available. • All the safety precautions and instructions in this manual have been reviewed and necessary changes are added to them.
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  • Page 24 PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the CMU module, which is an option for use with the S10V. This manual, named “USER’S MANUAL OPTION CMU,” describes how to use the CMU module. For proper use of the CMU module, it is requested that you thoroughly read this manual. The S10V product is available in two types: standard model and environmentally resistant model.
  • Page 25 <Trademarks> • Ethernet® is a registered trademark of Xerox Corp. • Microsoft® Windows® operating system, Microsoft® Windows® 2000 operating system, Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system, Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32-bit) operating system are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 26: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1 SPECIFICATIONS ........................1-1 1.1 Use ............................1-2 1.2 Specifications ........................1-2 1.2.1 General specifications ....................1-2 1.2.2 Functional specifications .................... 1-3 1.2.3 Communications specifications .................. 1.3 Differences between the Models LQP520, LQP525 and LQP527 ........1-4 1.3.1 Time duration of writing to the program storage memory ......... 1-4 1.3.2 The time when writing to the program storage memory ends ........
  • Page 27 4.2.6 CMU IP address setting .................... 4-11 4.2.7 Battery information....................4-13 4.2.8 Performance displaying .................... 4-17 4.2.9 Error log information ....................4-19 4.2.10 Display Status of Network (Menu) ................4-22 4.2.11 Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Ladder and HI-FLOW) ....4-23 4.2.12 Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Socket handler) ......
  • Page 28 6.4 Replacing the CMU Module ....................6-49 6.4.1 Replacing the module ....................6-49 6.5 Trouble Report ........................6-51...
  • Page 29 FIGURE Figure 3-1 Mounting Option Module ..................3-2 Figure 3-2 Wiring 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Communication Cables ........3-6 Figure 3-3 Battery Cable Wiring....................Figure 4-1 [[S10V] S10BASE] Window ................4-10 Figure 4-2 CMU Memory Map ....................4-32 Figure 5-1 Typical System Configuration................5-3 Figure 5-2 Typical Hub-based Configuration ................
  • Page 30: Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS...
  • Page 31: Use

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.1 Use The CMU module (model LQP520, LQP525 or LQP527) is used in conjunction with an S10V LPU module to speed C mode (C language/HI-FLOW) P-coil processing. As a communications interface, it also supports communication under TCP/IP or the UDP/IP protocols by way of a local area network complying with the IEEE802.3u specifications (100BASE-TX) and IEEE802.3 specifications (10BASE-T).
  • Page 32: Functional Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.2 Functional specifications Item Specifications Model LQP520 LQP525 LQP527 Programming language HI-FLOW (control flowchart language), C language Processor SH4 processor (SH7751, 160 MHz, 300 MIPS) Kind SDRAM Main Size 32 MB 32 MB (battery-backable) memory ECC (Single-bit memory errors corrected automatically) Kind Flash memory (nonvolatile memory) Program...
  • Page 33: Differences Between The Models Lqp520, Lqp525 And Lqp527

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.3 Differences between the Models LQP520, LQP525 and LQP527 In addition to the differences mentioned under “1.2 Specifications,” there are additional differences between the models LQP520, LQP525 and LQP527. This section describes these additional differences. 1.3.1 Time duration of writing to the program storage memory With the model LQP525 or LQP527, the time duration of writing to the program storage memory varies with changes in the load factor.
  • Page 34 1 SPECIFICATIONS A List of the Software Tools Available and Option Selections Required for Writing to the Program Storage Memory in a Model-LQP525 or LQP527 CMU Module Whether a write to the program memory may be in progress or Tool type Required option selection not when all necessary interaction with the selected...
  • Page 35: Batt.set Switch And Led

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.3.3 BATT.SET switch and LED Any model-LQP525 or LQP527 CMU module is equipped with a BATT.SET switch (battery replacement switch) and a BATT.SET LED indicator. The BATT.SET switch is used to initialize a count of the number of hours of use (battery life) that is maintained in the CMU module’s main memory.
  • Page 36 Hitachi will not be responsible for any accident or failure resulting from modification of software provided by Hitachi. Hitachi will not be responsible for reliability of software not provided by Hitachi. Make it a rule to back up every file. Any trouble on the file unit, power failure during file access or incorrect operation may destroy some of the files you have stored.
  • Page 37: System Software Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.4 System Software Specifications 1.4.1 System Overview Successful use of the CMU module requires prior storage of module information in that module. To accomplish this, the system software listed below is available, which is often called the tool (or setup tool) in this manual.
  • Page 38: Names And Functions Of Each Part

    2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART...
  • Page 39 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART 2.1 Names and Functions of Each Part (1) LQP520 LQP520 Name Function ① Indicate the operating status of the CMU module. PROT ALARM indicators RUN (green): The C-mode program is running. USER PROT (green): Writing from a task to SEQ RAM is disabled.
  • Page 40 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART (2) LQP525 Name Function LQP525-Z ① Indicate the operating status of the CMU module. USER PROT ALARM indicators RUN (green): The C-mode program is running. BATT.SET TX/RX PROT (green): Writing from a task to SEQ RAM is 100MLINK 10MLINK ②...
  • Page 41 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART (3) LQP527 Name Function LQP527 ① Indicate the operating status of the CMU module. USER PROT ALARM indicators RUN (green): The C-mode program is running. BATT.SET TX/RX PROT (green): Writing from a task to SEQ RAM is 100MLINK 10MLINK ②...
  • Page 42 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART (4) LQZ500 Name Function LQZ500 Battery Battery Used when connecting this battery module and a model- ① connector LQP525 or LQP527 CMU module together. BATTERY ① NOTICE Be sure to mount this battery module next to the model-LQP525 or LQP527 CMU module on the mount base.
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  • Page 44: Mounting And Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING...
  • Page 45: Mount Base

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.1 Mount Base The CMU module is mounted on the mount base for use. The table below lists the kinds of mount base on which the CMU module can be mounted. Series Name Model 4-slot LPU mount base HSC-1540 S10V 8-slot LPU mount base...
  • Page 46: Mounting The Battery Module

    Do not perform any installation, wiring, handling, or internal modification procedures other than stated in this manual. In no event will Hitachi be responsible for personal injury or death or any damage to Hitachi’s product or peripheral equipment arising out of the use of such an unauthorized procedure.
  • Page 47 3 MOUNTING AND WIRING NOTICE Dust or other foreign matter might accumulate on the connector, resulting in poor contact. Immediately after the module is unpacked, perform the mounting and wiring procedures. To prevent the module from being damaged, observe the following precautions when you mount or demount the module: •...
  • Page 48 3 MOUNTING AND WIRING NOTICE Do not disassemble or modify the module. Failure to observe this precaution may result in a fire or cause the module to become defective or malfunction.
  • Page 49: Communications Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.3 Communications Wiring (1) 10BASE-T and 10BASE-TX communications cabling LQP520 PROT ALARM USER S10V ST.No. Insert the cable into the connector. ACTIVE LINE 10/100 BASE-T 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX communication cables • Use a cross cable to connect two CMUs together or connect a CMU to a PC.
  • Page 50: Battery Cable Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.4 Battery Cable Wiring (1) Battery cable wiring The battery cable supplied must always be connected to the battery and CMU modules in their power-on state. The following is an example of cable wiring between the battery and a model LQP525 CMU module.
  • Page 51 3 MOUNTING AND WIRING NOTICE This hardware unit may malfunction if it is connected poorly or has a broken line. After connecting the connector, check whether it is locked. Never use a battery module and a battery cable other than supplied as standard.
  • Page 52: Operation

    4 OPERATION...
  • Page 53: Cmu Operations

    4 OPERATION 4.1 CMU Operations Connect the CMU and a tool system on Ethernet to manipulate ladders, HI-FLOW, RPDP, NX, the Base System, and individual tools. (With the exception of HI-FLOW, RPDP and NX, CPMS debugger, ladders, the Base System, and tools can be manipulated from the basic module.) This section describes how to connect the CMU and a tool system.
  • Page 54: Cmu Mounting Rotary Switches (For Lqp520)

    4 OPERATION 4.1.2 CMU mounting rotary switches (for LQP520) The LQP520 has three rotary switches - the T/M switch, and the ST.No. U and L switches. These three rotary switches are described below. ST.No. 0: Use the CMU normally with this switch setting. A: Disable CMU program (HI-FLOW, task and NX) operations.
  • Page 55: Cmu Mounting Rotary Switches (For Lqp525 And Lqp527)

    4 OPERATION 4.1.3 CMU mounting rotary switches (for LQP525 and LQP527) The LQP525 and LQP527 has three rotary switches - the BATT.SEL switch, and the ST.No. U and L switches. These three rotary switches are described below. BATT.SEL ST.No. BATT.SEL 0: Selects the “battery connected”...
  • Page 56: Using The Base System

    Click the Start button and choose [(All) Programs] – [Hitachi S10V] – [S10V BASE SYSTEM] – [S10V BASE SYSTEM] from the [Start] menu on the Windows® screen. Click and hold the right mouse button on the [S10V BASE SYSTEM] and move the pointer to the desktop.
  • Page 57 4 OPERATION <Notes on installing in Windows® 7 (32-bit)> Installing the Base System in Windows® 7 (32-bit) operating system requires prior logging onto the operating system with an appropriate Administrator account, which is the Administrator account first created in the initial condition of your personal computer. When you have so logged on, you can then double-click “setup.exe”...
  • Page 58 4 OPERATION Uninstalling The existing Base System needs to be uninstalled when, for instance, you want to upgrade it. The procedure required for uninstalling it is as follows: (1) Uninstalling from Windows® 2000 Click on Start button on your Windows desktop and choose [Settings] – [Control Panel].
  • Page 59 To start the Base System, follow these steps: (1) Double-click the “S10V BASE SYSTEM” icon in the Windows® screen. Or select Start button – [(All) Programs] – [Hitachi S10V] – [S10V BASE SYSTEM] – [S10V BASE SYSTEM]. (2) The [[S10V] S10BASE] window is displayed.
  • Page 60: Base System Functions

    4 OPERATION (3) To change the “Connection status” to ONLINE, click the Change Connection button to open the [Communication type] window, specify the connection destination, and then click the button. To make a connection using the CMU, click the [Ethernet] and enter an IP address. When a both ST.No.U/L rotary switches have been set to F, the default IP address “192.192.192.1”...
  • Page 61 4 OPERATION ⑥ ⑦ ① ② ③ ⑧ ④ ⑤ Figure 4-1 [[S10V] S10BASE] Window Table 4-1 Base System Function List Button Description PROTECT MODE Sets CMU protect mode on or off. CLEAR ALARM LED Clears the CMU ALARM LED. CLEAR USER ERR LED Clears the CMU USER LED.
  • Page 62: Cmu Protect Mode Setting

    4 OPERATION 4.2.3 CMU PROTECT MODE setting Set whether to run the task in protection mode or not. Writing from the task to SEQ-RAM is disabled while the task is running in protection mode. Click the button to let the task run in protection mode. Click the button to let the task run in non-protection mode.
  • Page 63 4 OPERATION Specifies the broadcast address. • OK button Accepts the newly entered IP address, subnet mask, broadcast address, and route, and closes the [Set CMU IP Address] window. • Cancel button Discards the newly entered IP address, subnet mask, broadcast address, and route, and closes the [Set CMU IP Address] window.
  • Page 64: Battery Information

    4 OPERATION 4.2.7 Battery information Battery information is presented in the [CMU battery information] window displayed. This information provides a rough estimate of when to replace the battery module. The instructions given below show how to display battery information on screen and add changes to it. (1) Start the S10V Base System and click the Battery Information button in the following...
  • Page 65 4 OPERATION (2) One of the following [CMU buttery information] windows is displayed depending on whether the battery module is connected to the CMU module or not. <Display when the battery is not connected> 4-14...
  • Page 66 4 OPERATION <Display when the battery is connected> As shown below, the [CMU battery information] window displayed in this case presents the battery module’s remaining life time and the date and time of the last battery replacement that was made. It also allows you to add changes to the displayed battery information. ④...
  • Page 67 4 OPERATION ④ Change Use this Change button when you want to set the battery remainder time and the last battery exchange date and time to the desired values without using the CMU module’s BATT.SET switch. The battery remainder time (*) and last battery exchange date and time are recorded in the CMU module.
  • Page 68: Performance Displaying

    4 OPERATION 4.2.8 Performance displaying (1) [Performance] window The performance displaying function first displays the [Performance] window as shown below that presents information on the sequence cycle and CMU Load percentage. The items of information presented by this window have the following meanings: Table 4-2 Items Presented by the [Performance] Window Group Item...
  • Page 69 4 OPERATION • Change time button Opens the [Change Measurement Time] window, which allows you to change the measurement time. The measurement time setting entered from the [Change Measurement Time] window appears in the “Measurement time” box in the [Performance] window.
  • Page 70 4 OPERATION 4.2.9 Error log information (1) The error log displaying function displays the [Error log information] window as shown below that presents an error log for any errors that have occurred in the modules supported by the S10V product. Up to eight errors that may have occurred in each module in the past are reported in the [Error log information] window.
  • Page 71 4 OPERATION • Close button Closes the [Error log information] window. • Refresh button Displays the latest error log information. • Sorting button Sorts the displayed error events in chronological order. Whenever you click the Sorting button, the order alternates between ascending and descending. To sorts the events again in the order of modules, click the Refresh button.
  • Page 72 4 OPERATION • Next Error Log button Displays detailed information for the next error log after the one specified in the [Error Log Information] window. • Previous Error Log button Displays detailed information for the error log prior to the error log specified in the [Error Log Information] window.
  • Page 73: Display Status Of Network (Menu)

    4 OPERATION NOTICE The functions described in Subsections 4.2.10 through Subsections 4.2.14 are available for CMU and model-LQE720 ET.NET modules, but they are not available for model-LQE520 ET.NET modules. 4.2.10 Display Status of Network (Menu) (1) The [Display Status of Network] window that presents the RAS information of CMU/ET.NET opens.
  • Page 74: Display Ethernet Communication Of Error Log (Ladder And Hi-Flow)

    4 OPERATION 4.2.11 Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Ladder and HI-FLOW) (1) [Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Ladder and HI-FLOW)] window The [Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Ladder and HI-FLOW)] window that presents the trace logs of errors that occurred in the Ethernet communication of the Ladder and HI-FLOW opens.
  • Page 75 4 OPERATION • Refresh button Displays the latest error log information in the Ethernet communication of the Ladder and HI-FLOW. • Error Log Delete button Deletes the error log information in the Ethernet communication of the Ladder and HI- FLOW on an individual module basis. From the list box, select the ID of the module to be deleted, then click the Error Log Delete button.
  • Page 76: Display Ethernet Communication Of Error Log (Socket Handler)

    4 OPERATION 4.2.12 Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Socket handler) (1) Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Socket handler) window The [Display Ethernet communication of Error Log (Socket handler)] window that presents the trace logs of errors that occurred in the Ethernet communication of the Socket handler opens.
  • Page 77 4 OPERATION • Refresh button Displays the latest error log information in the Ethernet communication of the Socket handler. • Sorting button Sorts the displayed error log information in chronological order. When you click the Sorting button, the order of the information alternates between ascending and descending.
  • Page 78: Display Status Of Dhp

    4 OPERATION 4.2.13 Display Status of DHP (1) [Display Status of DHP] window The [Display Status of DHP] window to specify the logging mode of DHP opens. • [Module] box Displays the name of the modules of CMU/ET.NET (LQE720) mounted in PCs. Select the module to display or specify the status of DHP.
  • Page 79 4 OPERATION (2) [DHP trace] window The [Display DHP trace] window that presents DHP trace opens. See “6.2.6 Meanings of DHP trace information items” for the details that are displayed in the window. The items displayed in the [Display DHP trace] window are described below. Item Content DHP trace number displayed...
  • Page 80 4 OPERATION (3) [Save As] window • Save button Saves the DHP trace as a specified file and closes the [Save As] window. • Cancel button Closes the [Save As] window without saving the DHP trace. 4-29...
  • Page 81: Display Status Of Network

    4 OPERATION 4.2.14 Display Status of Network (1) [Display Status of Network] window The [Display Status of Network] window that presents the status of the network of CMU and ET.NET (LQE720) opens. See “6.2.8 Details of the Status of Network” for details displayed in the window.
  • Page 82 4 OPERATION Information for Connection module • [Module name] box Displays the name of the modules connected to PCs. • [IP address] Displays the IP address of the modules connected to PCs. Selection of Display module • [Module name] box Displays the name of the modules of CMU/ET.NET (LQE720) installed in PCs.
  • Page 83: Memory Map

    4 OPERATION 4.3 Memory Map A CMU memory map is shown below. 0x00000000 S10mini compatible area 0x00100000 SEQ-RAM (Sequence RAM) 0x00120000 Unallocated 0x00200000 PI/O RAM (Bit area) 0x00400000 PI/O RAM (Word area) LPU area 0x00409000 Register 0x00480000 PI/O RAM (Backup word area) 0x00500000 Reserved 0x00700000...
  • Page 84: Disabling Cmu Program Operations

    4 OPERATION 4.4 Disabling CMU Program Operations The CMU may malfunction due to a faulty HI-FLOW program or task (e.g., NX) stored in the flash memory. In this case, by setting the T/M switch (for the model LQP520) or BATT.SEL switch (for the model LQP525 and LQP527) in “A”...
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  • Page 86: User Guide

    5 USER GUIDE...
  • Page 87: Recommended Network Components

    Table 5-1 Network Component List Description Manufacturer Model Remarks Hitachi Information With IT-GS1 Switching hub Technology Co., Ltd. Twisted pair cable Hitachi Cable, Ltd. HUTP-CAT5-4P-xxx xxx denotes the length. Up to 100 m Transceiver Hitachi Cable, Ltd. HLT-200TB Tap-type HBN200TZ HBN200TD...
  • Page 88: System Configuration

    5 USER GUIDE 5.2 System Configuration Connecting the hub (multi-port repeater) to a transceiver through a transceiver cable (AUI cables) connecting multiple stations to the hub, as shown in Figure 5-1. For connecting station to the hub, use twisted-pair cables. : Twisted-pair cable (up to 100 m) : Terminator : Transceiver cable...
  • Page 89 5 USER GUIDE Constraints on multi-hub connection When a multistage connection of hubs is used, the following limitations are placed on the number of intervening hubs and the number of segments in any path from one station to another: Item 10BASE-T Specification Number of hubs...
  • Page 90: Installing, Wiring, And Setting Up Network Components

    5 USER GUIDE 5.3 Installing, Wiring, and Setting Up Network Components 5.3.1 Wiring hubs, and hubs to repeaters (1) Tips on laying coaxial cables Allow a bending radius of at least 250 mm when both laying and finally clamping coaxials Enclosure Enclosure Perpendicular...
  • Page 91 5 USER GUIDE After a transceiver or terminator has been installed, do not twist the coaxial cable or pull the clamp. ⇒ As the cable is twisted or pulled, the pin could grind the coaxial cable conductor, causing defective contact upon vibration. Transceiver Coaxial cable Pull...
  • Page 92 5 USER GUIDE (3) Tips on attaching coaxial cable connectors Take notice of these instructions when attaching connectors to coaxial cables. Figure 5-8 shows the process of attaching coaxial cable connectors. Make sure that the shield chips do not enter the connector when attaching it. (Figure 5-8, Nos.
  • Page 93 5 USER GUIDE Task Sketch Insert the PVC cap, stuffing Gasket nut and gasket into the cable. Plug shell Remove the covering from Stuffing nut the coaxial cable. PVC cap Disentangle the first braided wire. Cut off the alpet tape at the Contact base.
  • Page 94 5 USER GUIDE (4) Tips on installing transceivers Be careful when driving transceiver pins not to let in coaxial cable shield chips. ⇒ Coaxial cable shield chips could the shield and conductor to be short-circuited to each other. Drive tap type transceiver pins straight. ⇒...
  • Page 95 5 USER GUIDE Connector Clamp the cable to protect the transceiver cable from tension. The connector could develop defective contact under constant force. Bending radius of at least 80 mm Figure 5-10 Laying Transceiver Cables Check the connector retainer lock. After the connector retainer is locked, pull the connector lightly to make sure that it is firmly locked.
  • Page 96: Setting Single-Port Transceiver

    5 USER GUIDE 5.3.2 Setting Single-port Transceiver Single-port transceivers have an SQE switch. Set the SQE switch according to the destination unit to which the transceiver connects. Table 5-3 SQE Switch Settings Connected device CMU controller Multi-port transceiver Repeater SQE switch setting For the single transceivers HLT-200 and HLT-200TB, the SQE switch is contained in the case.
  • Page 97: System Definition Information

    5 USER GUIDE 5.4 System Definition Information Set the following ② and ③ information for CMU (LQP520). Do not set ② in duplicate with another station. Item ③ needs to have a consistent value throughout one single subnetwork. ① Physical address: An original number is set for each CMU. ②...
  • Page 98 5 USER GUIDE An IP address is represented in decimal; the eight-bit values are delimited from each other by a period (“.”). For example, an IP address of class C is represented as shown below. 11000000 00000001 00000000 00000001 Network address Host number A network is determined by a network number.
  • Page 99: Subnetwork Mask

    5 USER GUIDE 5.4.3 Subnetwork mask When splitting an IP address into subnetworks, define the boundary between subnetwork number and local host number by a subnetwork mask. If a subnetwork mask is used with other than the default value, the address is the broadcast address as shown in the example below. Example: For class B: IP address Subnetwork mask...
  • Page 100: S-Register: Sw510 (For The Lqp525 Or Lqp527)

    5 USER GUIDE 5.5 S-Register: SW510 (for the LQP525 or LQP527) The S-register SW510 is a register in which to store LQP525/LQP527-specific information. This register can be referenced in ladder programs and is not provided in model-LQP520 CMU modules. SW510 Set to 1 when a reset or power-on reset is made during a write to the flash memory.
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  • Page 102: Maintenance

    6 MAINTENANCE...
  • Page 103: Maintenance And Inspection

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.1 Maintenance and Inspection To keep the module running in optimal condition, it requires checks. Make checks daily or periodically (twice a year or more often). Table 6-1 Maintenance and Inspection Items Item Point to check Module appearance Check the module case for cracks, flaws and other defects.
  • Page 104: Troubleshooting

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2 Troubleshooting 6.2.1 Procedure Trouble occurred. Check the trouble according to “6.2.2 Trouble detection and solution.” Is each item executed correctly? Set the switch in “A” position Correct if the item is not (CMU program operation executed correctly. disabled) and start up the CMU module.
  • Page 105: Trouble Detection And Solution

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.2 Trouble detection and solution (1) Is the cabling correctly? Check cables for disconnection or incorrect connection. (2) Are the modules mounted correctly? Check that no set screws loosen. (3) Is grounding done properly? • Do not ground the CMU module in the same place where high-voltage equipment is grounded.
  • Page 106: Viewing The Log With A Tool

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.3 Viewing the log with a tool For the tool connection and tool startup procedures, see “4 OPERATION.” Start the Base System and then click the Error Log button. The [Error log information] window opens. “Module”, “Mount”, “Error code”, “Contents”, “Date”, and “Time”...
  • Page 107 6 MAINTENANCE The [Error Log Detail] window opens. The details of the error log selected in the [Error log information] window will be displayed. Analyze the cause of the error using the information displayed in the [Error Log Detail] window. Refer to “S10V TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL (Manual number SVE-3-001)”...
  • Page 108 6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.4 CMU error message formats The CMU errors within the [Error log information] window are displayed in the following formats: <Fatal log> [*] ******* (PC=0x********,FADR=0x********) ① ② ③ ④ Table 6-2 Fatal Log Error Message Format List Format type Error message format System failure (system error) ①...
  • Page 109 6 MAINTENANCE <Non-fatal log> (Pattern 1) [*] ******* (UNO=**,DEV=0x********) (TN=***) (SLOT=**) ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ Table 6-4 Non-Fatal Log Error Message Format List Format type Error message format Program error ① + ② + ④ Macro parameter check error ①...
  • Page 110 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-5 Non-Fatal Log Default Error Message List Format type Error message Program error Program error Macro parameter check error Macro parameter error PI/O error PI/O error I/O error I/O error WDT timeout error WDT timeout error Module error Module Error Kernel warning Kernel Warning...
  • Page 111 6 MAINTENANCE (Pattern 2) Errors other than fatal log errors and Pattern 1 non-fatal log errors are displayed in the following format: %****-*-****-**** ① ② ③ ④ ① System where an error is detected CPMS: CPMS (basic OS) LNET: RCTLNET (network driver) TSlib-R600 (communication server support library) NX: NXACP (autonomous distributed platform) MSxx: Middleware (xx: 01 to 16)
  • Page 112 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-6 Error Message List (1/3) Error Fault Fault Error message Error description Termination Recovery code category location 03620000 Program error (Invalid Data Access) Data access error Software TASK TASK ABORT Program correction 03660000 Program error (Data Access Protection) Data access protect error Software TASK...
  • Page 113 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-6 Error Message List (2/3) Error Fault Fault Error message Error description Termination Recovery code category location 038F0000 System down (Undefined Machine Undefined-machine check error Hardware CMU CMU STOP Hardware replacement Check) 07394720 System down (Invalid Interrupt Panic) Detected series of invalid interrupt (10 Hardware DPIO IFX CMU STOP...
  • Page 114 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-6 Error Message List (3/3) Error Fault Error message Error description Fault location Termination Recovery code category 105 09xxxxxx User log04 Application software report Software Middleware – – dependent 106 09xxxxxx User log05 Application software report Software Middleware –...
  • Page 115 6 MAINTENANCE (*4) This recovery action varies depending on which software tool was in use at the occurrence of the power-off condition or reset. The table of the following page shows the recovery actions required for each available software tool and option selection used. Tool type Option selection Recovery...
  • Page 116: Viewing The Dhp Trace With A Tool System

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.5 Viewing the DHP trace with a tool system For the tool system connection and setup procedures, see “4 OPERATION.” Start the basic system and then click the Display Status of Network button. The [Display Status of Network] window opens. Click Display Status of DHP button.
  • Page 117 6 MAINTENANCE The [Display Status of DHP] window opens. The name of the modules of CMU/ET.NET mounted in PCs will be displayed in the “Module” box. Select the module for which you wish to display the status of DHP from the “Module” box. Click Display DHP trace button after selecting the module.
  • Page 118: Meanings Of Dhp Trace Information Items

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.6 Meanings of DHP trace information items DHP trace information is displayed in the following way: It is displayed in a backward chronological order. It is classified into three groups of task, idle, and OS, where each group of information begins with the event DISPATCH_E.
  • Page 119 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-7 DHP Codes (1/4) 6-18...
  • Page 120 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-7 DHP Codes (2/4) 6-19...
  • Page 121 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-7 DHP Codes (3/4) 6-20...
  • Page 122 6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-7 DHP Codes (4/4) 6-21...
  • Page 123: Viewing The Status Of The Network With A Tool System

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.7 Viewing the status of the network with a tool system For the tool system connection and setup procedures, see “4 OPERATION.” Start the basic tool and then click the Display Status of Network button. The [Display Status of Network] window opens. Click the Display Status of Network button.
  • Page 124 6 MAINTENANCE The [Display Status of Network] window opens. Select the module for which you wish to display the status of the network from the [Module name] in the Selection of Display module, and select the type of status of the network by clicking the tab.
  • Page 125: Details Of The Status Of Network

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.8 Details of the Status of Network (1) Socket information The socket information displayed as shown below is a list of the currently existing network connections. where: • Protocol The name of the protocol used over the connection. •...
  • Page 126 6 MAINTENANCE • Port The port number of the remote host (destination of connection). If the IP address is not bound with a socket, an asterisk (“*”) is displayed instead. • State The connection status of the TCP protocol. The connection state is one of the following 11 states: Displayed symbol Meaning...
  • Page 127 6 MAINTENANCE All possible state transitions between the connection states are as follows: Processing (reception/transmission flag): CLOSED ACK: Positive acknowledgement flag SYN: Connection check flag FIN: End-of-connection flag Passive open Close Active open (x / SYN) x: (no flag provided) LISTEN Transmission (x / SYN) (SYN / SYN + ACK)
  • Page 128 6 MAINTENANCE (2) Interface information The interface information displayed as shown below is concerning the network interfaces currently in operation and includes input/output packet cumulative information. where: ① slot The slot number of the slot in which a module subjected to this display process is mounted.
  • Page 129 6 MAINTENANCE ⑥ broadcast address Broadcast address used. ⑦ output request count The number of send requests that were accepted for message transmission. ⑧ output count (success) The number of message transmissions that were done successfully. ⑨ output discard error count The number of message transmissions that failed due to memory shortage.
  • Page 130 6 MAINTENANCE (3) Memory information The memory information displayed as shown below is management information for send/receive buffers (memory). where: • CURRENT: The current state of mbuf. • MAX: The status of mbuf at its maximum utilization. • HIGH: Peak value for each item. •...
  • Page 131 6 MAINTENANCE ② mbufs in use The number of mbufs currently in use, and the total number of allocated mbufs. The following table shows details of the mbufs currently in use. Item Description data The number of mbufs in which communication data is stored. packet headers The number of mbufs in which a packet header is stored.
  • Page 132 6 MAINTENANCE (4) Routing information The routing information displayed as shown below is concerning the routes registered in the CMU and ET.NET modules. ① Destination The network address of the destination. In the case of virtual network addresses, an asterisk (“*”) is appended to the end of the address value. ②...
  • Page 133 6 MAINTENANCE ④ Refcnt The number of users who are using the route. ⑤ Metric The number of gateways that are present in the route to the destination. ⑥ Interface Always the string “EPORT” is displayed as this item. 6-32...
  • Page 134 6 MAINTENANCE (5) IP protocol statistics The statistics displayed as shown below is statistical information concerning the IP protocol. ① IP forwarding Since forwarding is not supported, the string “host” is displayed as this item. If it was supported, an indication would be displayed which indicates whether it is operating as a forwarding gateway.
  • Page 135 6 MAINTENANCE ⑥ packets forwarded The total number of IP packets that were forwarded (or routed to another interface). ⑦ unknown (or unsupported) protocol The total number of IP packets whose IP header contained a specification of an undefined higher-level protocol. ⑧...
  • Page 136 6 MAINTENANCE ⑲ fragments have been generated The total number of fragment packets that were created by the fragmentation of transmission IP packets. ⑳ routing entries were discarded The number of routing entries that were discarded. 6-35...
  • Page 137 6 MAINTENANCE (6) ICMP protocol statistics The statistics displayed as shown below is statistical information concerning the ICMP protocol. ① Messages The total number of ICMP messages that were processed. ② Errors The total number of ICMP error messages that were processed. ③...
  • Page 138 6 MAINTENANCE ⑦ Redirect The total number of ICMP messages that reported on the existence of a more suitable route to the destination. ⑧ Echos The total number of ICMP messages that were transmitted from the sending side of ping. ⑨...
  • Page 139 6 MAINTENANCE (7) TCP protocol statistics The statistics displayed as shown below is statistical information concerning the TCP protocol. ① retransmitting algorithm Name of the retransmission timeout (RTO) algorithm used. ② minimum value of retransmission timeout (milliseconds) The minimum value of retransmission timeout period expressed in milliseconds. ③...
  • Page 140 6 MAINTENANCE ⑦ attempt fails The number of connect requests whose attempt to connect failed. ⑧ establish resets The number of connect requests that were rejected during their processing. ⑨ current establish The total number of TCP connections currently active. ⑩...
  • Page 141 6 MAINTENANCE (8) UDP protocol statistics The statistics displayed as shown below is statistical information concerning the UDP protocol. ① packets received The total number of UDP packets that were received. ② no application at the destination port The number of UDP packets for which no higher-level application (port number) could be found at the destination.
  • Page 142 6 MAINTENANCE (9) Cumulative information The information displayed as shown below is cumulative information on the existing interfaces. <Details of major cumulative info> The following is a description of the log numbers 001 through 129 displayed as cumulative information. All log numbers other than listed are used as internal information for maintenance purposes.
  • Page 143 6 MAINTENANCE Log number 005: The number of frame received from LAN The number of frames that were received from the communication line. This number includes the frames that were received normally or abnormally. Log number 006: Total byte of the receiving frame to LAN The total number of bytes of the frames that were received from the communication line.
  • Page 144 6 MAINTENANCE Log number 021: (LSI) Collision errors between sending (two or more) The number of times more than one collision was detected during transmission. Log number 022: (LSI) Collision error between sending (once) The number of times a single collision was detected during transmission. Log number 023: (LSI) Delay between sending The number of delays that occurred during transmission, where each transmission was terminated normally.
  • Page 145 6 MAINTENANCE (10) ARP table information The information displayed as shown below is the contents of the translation table that is used by the ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) for translation of IP addresses to physical addresses. ARP information ① uno A value of 1 is always displayed as this item.
  • Page 146 6 MAINTENANCE ② IP Address The IP address of the destination registered in the ARP table. ③ Physical Address The physical address of the destination registered in the ARP table. If the ARP entry is invalid, the string “(incomplete)” is displayed instead. ④...
  • Page 147: Replacing The Battery Module

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.3 Replacing the Battery Module When the battery module (model LQZ500) is discharged to a predetermined low level, the model- LQP525 or LQP527 CMU module’s ALARM LED is lit. In this case, obtain error log information by using the Base System and check that the “battery low” condition is reported in the displayed error information.
  • Page 148 6 MAINTENANCE ④ Mount a new battery module on the mount base. ⑤ Connect a new battery cable to the new battery module. NOTICE Be sure to replace the battery cable along with the battery module. The purpose of this is to increase product reliability. ⑥...
  • Page 149: Scrapping A Used Battery

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.3.2 Scrapping a used battery General cautions when asking for disposal of a used lithium battery. 1. Pile-up method and pile-up container Pile up batteries so as not to form a short circuit, charge or overdischarge circuit among the batteries.
  • Page 150 6 MAINTENANCE 6.4 Replacing the CMU Module This section describes how to replace the existing CMU module (one of the models LQP520, LQP525, or LQP527) with a new one (of that same model). 6.4.1 Replacing the module What you should get in preparation ①...
  • Page 151 6 MAINTENANCE ③ Interconnect the personal computer and the LPU module with the RS-232C cable, start the S10V Base System tool, and then take a note of the CMU module’s IP address. (In addition to the IP address, take also a note of the battery remaining time and the date and time of the last replacement of the battery if the CMU module is of model LQP525 or LQP527.) ④...
  • Page 152 6 MAINTENANCE 6.5 Trouble Report Fill out this form and submit it to local source. Your company name Person in charge Data and time of occurrence (year / month / day / hour / minute) Address Where to make contact Telephone E-mail Model of defective module...
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