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  • Page 3 Fourth Edition, February 2011, SVE-1-109(D) (out of print) Fifth Edition, December 2012, SVE-1-109(E) All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2002, 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 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 11 2.4 NOTICE Statements (chapter 1, page 1-2) NOTICE Use only one type of cable to wire each line. Use of different types of cable in a single CPU link line may cause invalid data to be transmitted or received or cause communication errors.
  • Page 12 (chapter 1, page 1-6) NOTICE If the software supplied by Hitachi is modified for use, Hitachi cannot be responsible for accidents or losses resulting from such modification. Hitachi cannot be responsible for reliability if you use software other than supplied from Hitachi.
  • Page 13 CPU module. Be sure that no I/O module is mounted between this option module and CPU module. Also, ensure that there is no unoccupied slot between option modules. This module (LQE550) can be mounted together with the LQE050 CPU link module, which is specially designed for use with the S10mini. S10V Series There are no specific rules about the mounting position or unoccupied slots.
  • Page 14 (chapter 3, page 3-3) 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 15 (chapter 3, page 3-8) NOTICE Electrically insulate the mount base from the enclosure. To assure this, do not remove the insulating sheet from the mount base. The LG is a ground terminal for power supply noise. The FG and SHD are ground terminals for the noise in the communication module and other external interface lines.
  • Page 16 (chapter 4, page 4-17) NOTICE Before installing the S10mini CPU link system, be sure to exit all the currently open Windows®-based programs. Do not forget to exit anti-virus software and other memory-resident programs. If you install the CPU link system without exiting such programs, an error may occur during installation.
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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: <Hardware product> CPU LINK (LQE550) <Program products> S-7890-01, S10 Tools SYSTEM, 07-13 S-7890-02, LADDER CHART SYSTEM, 07-13 S-7890-22, CPU LINK SYSTEM, 07-01 S-7895-22, S10V CPU LINK SYSTEM, 01-03...
  • Page 21 Revision record Revision record Revision No. Month, Year Remarks (revision details and reason for revision) First edition October 2002 Replacing or adding on the module is newly added. September 2008 Offline editing functionality is newly added and February 2011 safety precautions are revised. •...
  • Page 22 The model number of the environmentally resistant model is marked by adding the suffix “-Z” to the model number of the standard model. (Example) Standard model: LQE550 Environmentally resistant model: LQE550-Z This manual is applicable to both the standard model and environmentally resistant models.
  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1 SPECIFICATIONS ........................1-1 1.1 Use ............................1-2 1.2 Specifications ........................1-2 1.3 Connecting to a Preceding CPU Link Module ..............1-3 1.4 System Software Specifications ................... 1.4.1 System overview......................1-4 1.4.2 Required hardware and software ................1-4 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART ..............2-1 2.1 Names and Functions of Each Part ..................
  • Page 24 4.8.5 Saving CPU link parameters in file (for S10V controllers only) ......4-23 4.8.6 Loading CPU link parameters in from file (for S10V controllers only) ....4-25 4.8.7 Printing CPU link parameters (for S10V controllers only) ........4-27 4.8.8 Outputting CPU link parameters in CSV format (for S10V controllers only) ..4-29 4.8.9 Comparing PCs edition information (for S10V controllers only) ......
  • Page 25 FIGURES Figure 2-1 Names and Functions of Each Part................. 2-2 Figure 3-1 Mounting the Option Module ................. 3-2 Figure 3-2 Wiring the Module ....................Figure 3-3 Wiring Interface Signals ..................Figure 3-4 Ground Wiring ....................... 3-7 Figure 4-1 Startup Procedure ....................4-2 Figure 4-2 [Change capacity] window (Initial State) ...............
  • Page 26 Figure 4-31 [PCs edition] Window ..................4-29 Figure 4-32 [Save As] Window ....................4-29 Figure 4-33 An Example of a CPU Link Parameters Output in CSV-Format ......4-30 Figure 4-34 [[S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM] Window ............. 4-31 Figure 4-35 [Open] Window ....................4-32 Figure 4-36 The No Differences Found Message ..............
  • Page 27 TABLES Table 1-1 CPU Link Module Specification ................1-2 Table 1-2 CPU Link Modules to Which the S10mini CPU Link Module can Connect..... 1-3 Table 1-3 Types of System Software (Tools) ................1-4 Table 2-1 MAIN/SUB Selector Switch Settings ................ Table 3-1 Mount Bases Applicable to the CPU Link Module ...........
  • Page 28: Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS...
  • Page 29: Use

    The CPU link module (Model LQE550) is a communications module that provides inter-CPU data exchange. When this module (Model LQE550) is used with the S10mini’s CPU unit, it is allowed to coexist with the Model LQE050 CPU link module, which is specially designed for use with the S10mini (the LQE050 cannot be used with the S10V’s LPU unit).
  • Page 30: Connecting To A Preceding Cpu Link Module

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.3 Connecting to a Preceding CPU Link Module The CPU link module (LQE550) can be connected to preceding CPU link modules listed in Table 1-2. Table 1-2 CPU Link Modules to Which the S10mini CPU Link Module can Connect...
  • Page 31: System Software Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.4 System Software Specifications 1.4.1 System overview When you use the CPU link module, you must register various items of information in the module. Register the module information using the following system software (tools) and by performing operating procedures similar to those for general Windows®-based applications. Table 1-3 Types of System Software (Tools) Model Package name...
  • Page 32 1 SPECIFICATIONS (2) For S10mini • Personal computer (main unit) containing a Pentium 300 MHz or faster CPU, or a 1 GHz or faster CPU (when Windows® 7 (32-bit version) is used) • Display having a resolution of 800 × 600 dots (SVGA) or higher •...
  • Page 33 1 SPECIFICATIONS NOTICE If the software supplied by Hitachi is modified for use, Hitachi cannot be responsible for accidents or losses resulting from such modification. Hitachi cannot be responsible for reliability if you use software other than supplied from Hitachi.
  • Page 34: Names And Functions Of Each Part

    2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART...
  • Page 35 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART 2.1 Names and Functions of Each Part LQE550 CPU LINK ① LINK ② MAIN/SUB ③ CPU No. ④ ⑦ TERM TERM LINK1 ⑤ LINK2 ⑥ ⑧ Figure 2-1 Names and Functions of Each Part CAUTION Switch off the power supply before making connections to the terminal block.
  • Page 36: Table 2-1 Main/Sub Selector Switch Settings

    Lights when data is transmitted over the line from the LQE550, regardless of the kind of the data. ② MAIN/SUB selector switch In mounting two units of the LQE550 on a single unit, use this switch to specify to which they are connected, the main link or the sublink. Table 2-1 lists the possible switch settings.
  • Page 37 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART ⑦ Terminating-resistor setup terminals Used to terminate the modules at both ends of the line. The terminating resistance value depends on the characteristic impedance of the kind of cable used. • Strap TA1 and TA2 together if a cable with a characteristic impedance of 150 Ω is used (leave TB1 and TB2 open).
  • Page 38: Mounting And Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING...
  • Page 39: Mount Base

    CPU module. Be sure that no I/O module is mounted between this option module and CPU module. Also, ensure that there is no unoccupied slot between option modules. This module (LQE550) can be mounted together with the LQE050 CPU link module, which is specially designed for use with the S10mini. S10V Series There are no specific rules about the mounting position or unoccupied slots.
  • Page 40 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 41 3 MOUNTING AND WIRING CAUTION Observe the installation procedure stated in the manual. If the module is improperly installed, it may drop, become defective, or malfunction. Do not allow wire cuttings or other foreign matter to enter the module. The entry of foreign matter in the module may result in a fire or cause the module to become defective or malfunction.
  • Page 42: Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.3 Wiring 3.3.1 Interface signals LQE550 CPU LINK LINK MAIN/SUB CPU No. TERM TERM To the CPU in the LINK1 preceding stage To the CPU in the LINK2 next stage To the mount base’s grounding point...
  • Page 43: Wiring Interface Signals

    This is a basic wiring practice. To replace the module without exiting the communication state, complete wiring as explained in “1.2.8 Note on replacing the module,” in “S10V WIRING MANUAL (manual number SVE-3-002).” CPU link module (150Ω termination setting) LQE550 CPU LINK LINK MAIN/SUB 150Ω termination CPU No.
  • Page 44: Ground Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.3.3 Ground wiring Carry out ground wiring as shown in Figure 3-4 by following these steps: ① Connect the FG terminals of the power supply module, CPU or LPU module and optional modules by crossover wiring to the mount base’s grounding point, a hexagon nut fitted to the mount base FG terminal (with a wire diameter of 2.0 mm or more).
  • Page 45 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 46: Operation

    4 OPERATION...
  • Page 47: Startup Procedure

    4 OPERATION 4.1 Startup Procedure Power off Mount and wire a CPU link module (See Chapter 3.) Setting CPU link module switches (See Section 4.2.) Setting CPU/LPU module switches (See Section 4.3.) Connect personal computer Use a personal computer on which the (See Section 4.4.) system (see “1.4 System Software Spacifications”) is installed.
  • Page 48: Setting Cpu Link Module Switches

    4 OPERATION 4.2 Setting CPU Link Module Switches (1) MAIN/SUB selector switch Two CPU link modules can be mounted on a single CPU or LPU, each being connected to a separate line. Table 4-1 MAIN/SUB Selector Switch Settings Number of units mounted First Second −...
  • Page 49: Setting Cpu/Lpu Module Switches

    4 OPERATION 4.3 Setting CPU/LPU Module Switches Set the CPU module or LPU module switches as indicated below: For CPU module • LADDER switch: STOP • MODE switch: NORM or SIMU • PROTECT switch: ON or OFF For LPU module •...
  • Page 50: Setting Module Information

    4 OPERATION 4.6 Setting Module Information 4.6.1 Setting up from the S10Tools system and ladder diagram system (S10mini only) ① Start the ladder diagram system If the S10Tools system is used, start the ladder diagram system included with the S10Tools system.
  • Page 51: Figure 4-3 [Change Capacity] Window (Updated)

    4 OPERATION ③ Defaults Transfer areas: None (Receiving only) Hold/clear: Clear (You can either “hold” or “clear” the associated G-register area when a reception timeout is detected. For details, see under “(4) Reception timeout” in “5.1 Transfer Cycle.”) To change the settings, follow these instructions: •...
  • Page 52: Setting Up From The Cpu Link System

    4 OPERATION 4.6.2 Setting up from the CPU link system ① The CPU link system, when started, opens the [CPU LINK SYSTEM] window. Do not click the Transfer system program button. The system program used to run the CPU link module is contained in the module itself.
  • Page 53: Figure 4-6 [Pcs Edition] Window (Updated)

    4 OPERATION ③ Defaults Transfer area: None (Reception only) Hold/clear: Clear (You can either “hold” or “clear” the associated G-register area when a reception timeout is detected. For details, see under “(4) Reception timeout” in “5.1 Transfer Cycle.”) To change the settings, follow these instructions: •...
  • Page 54: Setting Parameters Via The Cpu Link System (For S10V Controllers)

    4 OPERATION 4.6.3 Setting parameters via the CPU link system (for S10V controllers) The CPU link system for S10V controllers or, simply, the S10V CPU link system supports the setting and editing of parameters either in online mode or offline mode. It also supports both the printing of set parameters on a selected printer and their CSV(comma-separated values)-output to a specified file.
  • Page 55: Figure 4-9 [[S10V] Cpu Link System] Window After The Establishment Of A

    4 OPERATION Then, the [Communication type] window closes and both the PCs edition PCs edition compare buttons become clickable as shown below. Figure 4-9 [[S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM] Window after the Establishment of a Connection ③ Click the PCs edition button. The [[Online] PCs edition] window as shown below will then appear.
  • Page 56: Figure 4-11 [[Online] Pcs Edition] Window (Updated)

    4 OPERATION ④ The PCs edition items’ initial settings displayed are as follows: Number of data words to be transferred at a time: None (for receive only) Hold/Clear: Clear (This PCs edition item is used to determine whether to hold or clear the contents of the G-register area in the event of a reception timeout detected.
  • Page 57: Figure 4-12 Clicking The [Offline] Radio Button

    4 OPERATION ⑤ Click the Write button in the window if you want to write the specified parameter values to the programmable controller. When the write operation is completed, the [[S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM] window will become active again. In this case, click Close button.
  • Page 58: Figure 4-13 [Open] Window

    4 OPERATION ② Click the Edition file select button in the window. The [Open] window as shown below will then appear. Figure 4-13 [Open] Window 4-13...
  • Page 59: Figure 4-14 A Confirmation Dialog Box For Creating A Parameter File

    4 OPERATION <Creating a parameter file> If you want to create a new CPU link parameter file, perform the following series of actions: 1) select the desired place in which to save the created file; 2) enter a unique file name (*); and 3) click the Open button.
  • Page 60: Figure 4-16 [[Offline] Pcs Edition] Window

    4 OPERATION ④ The [[Offline] PCs edition] window as shown below will appear. Figure 4-16 [[Offline] PCs edition] Window In this window, add the desired changes to the existing parameter settings (see Step ④ in “(1) Procedure for setting and editing parameters in online mode” for details) and then click the Write button.
  • Page 61: Register Module Information

    4 OPERATION 4.7 Register Module Information Set the CPU module LADDER switch from STOP to RUN to start data transmission. The state of transmission in progress can be verified by viewing the LINK LED light on the CPU link module’s front-panel. •...
  • Page 62: Installing And Starting Up The System

    Click the Start button and choose [(All) Programs] – [Hitachi S10V] – [S10V CPU LINK SYSTEM] – [S10V CPU LINK SYSTEM] from the [Start] menu on the Windows® screen. Click and hold the right mouse button on the [S10V CPU LINK SYSTEM] and move the pointer to the desktop.
  • Page 63 4 OPERATION <Notes on installing in Windows® 7 (32-bit)> Installing the S10V CPU LINK 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 64: Uninstalling

    4 OPERATION NOTICE The S10V basic system is required for operating the S10V CPU link system. If it is not installed, you cannot install the S10V CPU link system. Before installing the S10V CPU link system, be sure to exit all the currently open Windows®-based programs.
  • Page 65: Starting Up The System

    – [(All) Programs] – [CPU LINK System] – [CPU LINK System] for S10mini. Select Start button – [(All) Programs] – [Hitachi S10V] – [S10V CPU LINK System] – [S10V CPU LINK System] for S10V. ② When the [CPU LINK SYSTEM] for the S10mini or [ [S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM] window then opens, click the button for a desired command.
  • Page 66: Changing Connection

    4 OPERATION 4.8.4 Changing connection Function: Sets the PCs-to-personal computer communication type. Procedure: The procedure is described below. ① In the [CPU LINK SYSTEM] or [ [S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM] window, click the Change connection button. ② The “Communication type” window then opens (the [S10V] CPU LINK SYSTEM does not have a GPIB button).
  • Page 67: Figure 4-22 [Communication Type] Window (Select Ethernet)

    4 OPERATION ④ For Ethernet communication, click “Ethernet” and then enter the connection destination “IP address.” Figure 4-22 [Communication type] Window (Select Ethernet) NOTICE The S10mini and S10V Series does not support GPIB. Do not select GPIB on the communication type selection window. ⑤...
  • Page 68: Saving Cpu Link Parameters In File (For S10V Controllers Only)

    4 OPERATION 4.8.5 Saving CPU link parameters in file (for S10V controllers only) Function: Saves the displayed CPU link parameters in a specified file. (This feature is supported only by Ver-Rev 01-02 or later of the S10V CPU link system and can be used only in online mode.) Operation: The procedure used is described below.
  • Page 69 4 OPERATION ② Select the directory in which to store the saved file, and specify its file name. A file comment is optional, which is a string of up to 128 characters. ③ Click the Save button. The parameters displayed in the [[Online] PCs edition] window will then be saved in the specified file if its file name is unique in the specified directory.
  • Page 70: Loading Cpu Link Parameters In From File (For S10V Controllers Only)

    4 OPERATION 4.8.6 Loading CPU link parameters in from file (for S10V controllers only) Function: Loads the contents of a selected CPU link parameter file into the [[Online] PCs edition] window, thus enabling you to write them to the S10V controller. (This feature is supported only by Ver-Rev 01-02 or later of the S10V CPU link system and can be used only in online mode.) Operation: The procedure used is described below.
  • Page 71: Figure 4-27 An Error Message

    4 OPERATION ② Select the directory in which the desired CPU link parameter file is stored, and specify its file name. Then, click the Open button. The contents of the specified file will then be displayed in the [[Online] PCs edition] window if it is a CPU link parameter file.
  • Page 72: Printing Cpu Link Parameters (For S10V Controllers Only)

    4 OPERATION 4.8.7 Printing CPU link parameters (for S10V controllers only) Function: Prints the displayed CPU link parameters on a specified printer. (This feature is supported only by Ver-Rev 01-02 or later of the S10V CPU link system.) Operation: The procedure used is described below. ①...
  • Page 73: Figure 4-29 [Print] Dialog Box

    4 OPERATION ③ The [Print] dialog box as shown below will appear. Select the desired printer, specify its properties if necessary, and then click the button. The displayed CPU link parameters will then be printed on the selected printer, as shown in Figure 4-30. Figure 4-29 [Print] Dialog Box Figure 4-30 An Example of a CPU Link Parameters Printout 4-28...
  • Page 74: Outputting Cpu Link Parameters In Csv Format (For S10V Controllers Only)

    4 OPERATION 4.8.8 Outputting CPU link parameters in CSV format (for S10V controllers only) Function: Outputs the displayed CPU link parameters to a specified file in CSV (comma- separated values) format. (This feature is supported only by Ver-Rev 01-02 or later of the S10V CPU link system.) Operation: The procedure used is described below.
  • Page 75: Figure 4-33 An Example Of A Cpu Link Parameters Output In Csv-Format

    4 OPERATION Figure 4-33 An Example of a CPU Link Parameters Output in CSV-Format 4-30...
  • Page 76: Comparing Pcs Edition Information (For S10V Controllers Only)

    4 OPERATION 4.8.9 Comparing PCs edition information (for S10V controllers only) Function: Compares the CPU link parameters (PCs edition information) defined in the connected S10V controller with the CPU link parameters stored in a selected file and displays the result. (This feature is supported only by Ver-Rev 01-02 or later of the CPU link system and can be used only in online mode.) Operation: The procedure used is described below.
  • Page 77: Figure 4-35 [Open] Window

    4 OPERATION ③ The [Open] window as shown below appears. Select the CPU link parameter file you want to compare with the S10V controller, and click the Open button. The CPU link parameters will then be compared between the selected file and the S10V controller. Figure 4-35 [Open] Window 4-32...
  • Page 78: Closing The System

    4 OPERATION ④ The result of the comparison is displayed as shown below. <Case 1: No differences found> If no differences are found between the selected file and the S10V controller, a message to that effect is displayed as shown below. Click the button.
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  • Page 80: Programming

    5 PROGRAMMING...
  • Page 81: Transfer Cycle

    5 PROGRAMMING 5.1 Transfer Cycle (1) Transfer operation The CPU link module transfers data to all of the CPUs and LPUs connected to the CPU link line so as to equalize the contents of their G-registers (G000 to GFFF). (2) Transfer area and range With the personal computer, set the number and range of G-register words that are to be output to the CPU (or LPU).
  • Page 82: Figure 5-2 Clear/Hold Setting

    5 PROGRAMMING (3) Transfer stop Transfers stop depending on the states of the CPU link module and the CPU (or LPU) module defined in Table 5-1. Table 5-1 Transfer Stop State Cause Transmission Reception Power off The power module is powered off, or the power is off. Stopped Stopped CPU STOP...
  • Page 83: Figure 5-3 Main Links And Sublinks

    5 PROGRAMMING (5) Operations using main links and sublinks • Up to 16 CPUs (or LPUs) can be connected by main links or sublinks. • Allocate G-registers so they will not be transferred in duplicate. • The G-register data that is transferred over the main link line is not reflected in the CPUs (or LPUs) connected to the sublink line.
  • Page 84: System Registers

    5 PROGRAMMING 5.2 System Registers The status of the CPU link module is stored in a system register in the CPU (or LPU). The contents of the system register are shown below. (1) Storage registers <Main link> No effect 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0 SW580 S58F S58E...
  • Page 85: Figure 5-5 System Register Contents

    5 PROGRAMMING (2) Bit definitions (common to both the main link and sublink) 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0 Unused (fixed at zero) WDT timeout error ROM checksum error RAM check error RAM parity error Stack fence over Overlapping G-register areas System program running successfully Duplicate CPU number...
  • Page 86: Response Time

    5 PROGRAMMING 5.3 Response Time Figure 5-6 shows a plot of the response times the CPU link module takes to transfer G-register data (A response time is the interval time that elapses before the data in the G-register in one CPU (or LPU) is reflected in the G-register in another CPU (or other LPU) connected to the same link line).
  • Page 87: Program Examples

    5 PROGRAMMING 5.4 Program Examples (1) Configuration and sample settings CPU1 CPU2 Set the output data of Set the output data of CPU1 in G000 to G0FF CPU2 in G100 to G1FF Figure 5-7 Configuration and Sample Settings for Sample Program (2) Sample program X000 G000...
  • Page 88: Maintenance

    6 MAINTENANCE...
  • Page 89: Maintenance And Inspection

    6.1.2 Replacing or adding on the module What you should get in preparation ① Personal computer (with Hitachi’s S10V CPU LINK System installed in it) ② RS-232C cable (or 10BASE-T cable if the communication module used is an ET.NET module) ③...
  • Page 90 ③ Connect the personal computer and the LPU module together with the RS-232C cable. ④ Start Hitachi’s S10V CPU LINK system and write down the existing PCs edition information on a piece of paper. (If the PCs edition information is not accessible, read it from the “Change capacity”...
  • Page 91 6 MAINTENANCE ⑬ Turn on the power supply of the controller unit and check that the new CPU LINK module is running normally. Add-on procedure ① Write down, on a piece of paper, the current settings of two switches, labeled LADDER (toggle switch) and T/M (rotary switch), respectively, that are accessible at the front side of the LPU module, the one that is installed in the controller unit in which you are adding on a CPU LINK module.
  • Page 92: Troubleshooting

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2 Troubleshooting 6.2.1 Procedure Trouble Check the trouble according to “6.2.2 Trouble detection and solution.” Is each item executed correctly? Correct if the item is not executed correctly. Returned normally? Take remedial action as directed in “6.3 Errors and Countermeasures,”...
  • Page 93: Trouble Detection And Solution

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.2.2 Trouble detection and solution Is the terminating resistor properly set? • Be sure to short a terminating-resistor setup terminal (see “2.1 Names and Functions of Each Part”) to a module positioned at the end of a line. If terminating resistor setup is not completed, a communication error occurs successively or intermittently.
  • Page 94 6 MAINTENANCE Are the modules mounted correctly? • If there is an unoccupied slot or I/O module between the CPU module and optional module when the S10mini is used, the optional module does not operate properly. Mount the optional module right next to the CPU module. •...
  • Page 95: Errors And Countermeasures

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.3 Errors and Countermeasures When an event or error occurs, the S10mini uses the CPU module’s indicator to display a message as indicated in the Table below. The S10V, on the other hand, collects error information, but does not indicate any error on the LPU module.
  • Page 96: Table 6-3 Cpu Module Error Indications And Remedies (2)

    6 MAINTENANCE Table 6-3 CPU Module Error Indications and Remedies (2) CPU module Error code indication Error description Action (S10V) (S10mini) • Check that the link cable extension length is within the specified limit. For the specified limit, see “1.2 Specifications.” Link line error: •...
  • Page 97: Typical Actions

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.4 Typical Actions 6.4.1 The LINK LED won’t light Check out and take action as set forth in Table 6-4. If the suggested remedy does not help, replace the CPU link module. Table 6-4 Probable Causes of the Failure of the LINK LED to Light, and Remedial Actions Probable cause Action...
  • Page 98: The G-Registers Are Cleared Despite The Cpu Link Set In Hold Mode (Or Reset) When Another Cpu Stops

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.4.3 The G-registers are cleared despite the CPU link set in hold mode (or reset) when another CPU stops Check out and take action as set forth in Table 6-6. If the suggested remedy does not help, replace the CPU link module. Table 6-6 Probable Cause of the Inability for the Setting to Take Effect, and Remedial Actions Probable cause...
  • Page 99: Trouble Report

    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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