Hitachi IR.LINK User Manual

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  • Page 3 Fourth Edition, September 2008, SVE-1-117(E) (out of print) Fifth Edition, December 2012, SVE-1-117(F) 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 For the S10V series, there is no constraint on the mounting position and empty slot. When installing the J.NET or J.NET-INT module and the IR.LINK module simultaneously, install the IR.LINK module as the sub-setting. When installing only the IR.LINK module, install it as the main setting.
  • Page 10 (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 11 IR.LINK module, install it as the main setting. (chapter 4, page 4-4) NOTICE Before installing the IR.LINK system, be sure to exit all the currently open Windows® programs. Do not forget to exit anti-virus software and other memory-resident programs. If you install the IR.LINK system without exiting such programs, an error may occur during installation.
  • Page 12 The S10V BASE SYSTEM is required for operating the S10V IR.LINK system. If it is not installed, you cannot install the S10V IR.LINK system. Before installing the S10V IR.LINK system, be sure to exit all the currently open Windows® programs. Do not forget to exit anti-virus software and other memory-resident programs.
  • Page 13 (chapter 5, page 5-6) NOTICE When mounting S10V, IR.LINK module (model: LQE546) before Module Rev.B (Ver-Rev: 0002-0001) doesn’t provide for application task start function by interrupt I/O input, but provides for I/O communication function with IR.Station only.
  • Page 14 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 16 This manual provides information on the following hardware and program products: <Hardware product> IR.LINK (LQE546) <Program products> S-7890-36, IR.LINK SYSTEM, 07-02 S-7895-36, S10V IR.LINK SYSTEM, 01-02...
  • Page 17 Revision record Revision record Revision No. Month, Year Remarks (revision details and reason for revision) First edition January 2003 Subsection 6.1.2, “Replacing or adding on the September 2008 module” is newly added. • All the safety precautions and instructions in this December 2012 manual have been reviewed and necessary changes are added to them.
  • Page 18 PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the IR.LINK module, which is an option for use with the S10mini/S10V. This manual, named USER’S MANUAL OPTION IR.LINK, describes how to use the IR.LINK module. For proper use of the IR.LINK module, it is requested that you thoroughly read this manual.
  • Page 19 <Note for storage capacity calculations> Memory capacities and requirements, file sizes and storage requirements, etc. must be calculated according to the formula 2 . The following examples show the results of such calculations by 2 (to the right of the equals signs). 1 KB (kilobyte) = 1,024 bytes 1 MB (megabyte) = 1,048,576 bytes 1 GB (gigabyte) = 1,073,741,824 bytes...
  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    4 OPERATION ........................... 4-1 Information for Starting Up the System ................4-2 4.1.1 System configuration ....................4-2 4.1.2 Procedure for starting up the IR.LINK system ............. 4-3 Installing and Starting Up the System ................4.2.1 Installing ........................4-4 4.2.2 Uninstalling ........................4-6 4.2.3 Starting up the system ....................
  • Page 21 Command/Response Buffer ..................... 5-14 Data Send/Receive Buffer ....................5-16 5.10 Comparison in I/O Refresh Time Performance between the S10/2α Series High-speed Remote I/O and the S10V IR.LINK ........5-18 6 MAINTENANCE ........................6-1 Maintenance and Check ..................... 6.1.1 Periodic check ......................6-2 6.1.2 Replacing or adding on the module ................
  • Page 22 Ground Wiring ....................... 3-4 Figure 3-3 Wiring Example (when the IR.LINK module is terminated) ......... 3-8 Figure 3-4 Wiring Example (when the IR.LINK module is not terminated) ......3-9 Figure 4-1 System Configuration ..................... 4-2 Figure 4-2 IR.LINK SYSTEM Window .................. 4-7 Figure 4-3 [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM Window ..............
  • Page 23 Figure 6-5 Address Map of 20 Bytes from the Beginning of the Send/Receive Buffer..................... 6-16 Figure 6-6 Trace Area ......................6-17...
  • Page 24 TABLES Table 1-1 Types of System Software (Tools) ................1-3 Table 3-1 Mount Bases Applicable to the IR.LINK Module ............. 3-2 Table 3-2 Recommended Cable Specifications ................3-7 Table 4-1 Status Table Address which can be Set ..............4-11 Table 4-2 Addresses that can be Set as I/O Area Addresses and Transfer Addresses ..... 4-14 Table 5-1 I/O Areas ........................
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  • Page 26: Specifications

    1 SPECIFICATIONS...
  • Page 27: Use

    1 SPECIFICATIONS 1.1 Use Before using the IR.LINK module (model: LQE546), make sure that the IR.Station module (model: LQS021) is connected. The IR.LINK module communicates digital data and analog data with the IR.Station module. When a remote I/O is used, it implements higher-speed communication.
  • Page 28: System Software Specifications

    1.3 System Software Specifications 1.3.1 System overview When you use the IR.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® applications.
  • Page 29 1 SPECIFICATIONS (2) For S10V • 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 30: Names And Functions Of Each Part

    2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART...
  • Page 31: Names And Functions Of Each Part

    ④ Use this switch to set up the main module and sub- ⑤ module. ⑥ LQE546 Set IR.LINK as a sub-module when you install J.NET IR.LINK (LQE540) or a J.NET-INT module (LQE545) on the MODU ① same CPU mount base.
  • Page 32 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF EACH PART NOTICE Switch off the power supply before operating the module number setting switch and bit rate setting switch. If you operate while the power supply is applied, it may result in a malfunction.
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  • Page 34: Mounting And Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING...
  • Page 35: Mount Base

    For the S10V series, there is no constraint on the mounting position and empty slot. When installing the J.NET or J.NET-INT module and the IR.LINK module simultaneously, install the IR.LINK module as the sub-setting. When installing only the IR.LINK module, install it as the main setting.
  • Page 36 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 37: Ground Wiring

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING 3.3 Ground Wiring FG terminal Mount base FG terminal 2.0 mm or more Class D grounding (*) Figure 3-2 Ground Wiring NOTICE For the ground wiring of the FG (frame ground), connect the FG terminal of each module with an external terminal to the FG terminal of the mount base.
  • Page 38: Wiring

    -0.2 V or lower 0.2 V or higher The input condition represents the electric potential of A viewed from B. Short TERM and A terminal when the IR.LINK module is used at an end of the network. The terminating resistor (120 ohms) is internally...
  • Page 39 3 MOUNTING AND WIRING NOTICE Shield terminal (SHD) and one frame ground (FG) terminal are internally connected. Be sure to ground the FG terminal.
  • Page 40: Cable Specifications

    Characteristics impedance (1 MHz) 110 Ω Note: The 1-MHz characteristics impedance of the above cable is 110 ohms but IR.LINK and IR.Station have 120-ohm internal terminating resistors in consideration of other transmission rates. Short TERM terminals with a jumper when the IR.LINK module is used at an end of the network.
  • Page 41: Examples Of Wiring

    3.4.3 Examples of wiring Connect terminating resistors to the devices connected to both ends of the cable. Examples of wiring are given below. Connection when the IR.LINK module is used at an end. IR.LINK module S10V LPU unit or S10mini CPU unit Terminator connection (Short TERM and A terminal.)
  • Page 42: Figure 3-4 Wiring Example (When The Ir.link Module Is Not Terminated)

    3 MOUNTING AND WIRING Connection when the IR.LINK module is used somewhere between the ends. TERM Open terminals TERM and A because the IR.LINK module is used some where between the ends. IR.LINK module Terminated S10V LPU unit or S10mini CPU unit 8-slot I/O unit IR.Station module...
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  • Page 44: Operation

    4 OPERATION...
  • Page 45: Information For Starting Up The System

    4 OPERATION 4.1 Information for Starting Up the System Use the IR.LINK system as a tool for starting and setting the IR.LINK module. The IR.LINK system is a man-machine tool that sets the information required for communication between the IR.LINK module and the IR.Station module.
  • Page 46: Procedure For Starting Up The Ir.link System

    Start up the IR.LINK system. (3) Connect the CPU or LPU to a Windows® PC and start the IR.LINK system for S10mini or the IR.LINK system for S10V. For details, see “4.2 Installing and Starting Up the System.” Edit the IR.LINK system.
  • Page 47: Installing And Starting Up The System

    [(All) Programs] – [Hitachi S10] – [IR.LINK SYSTEM] – [IR.LINK SYSTEM] from the [Start] menu on the Windows® screen. Click and hold the right mouse button on the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] and move the pointer to the desktop. Then, choose [Copy Here] from the pop-up menu.
  • Page 48 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” that is stored in the DISK 1 folder on the S10V IR.LINK System CD. When “setup.exe” is started, the dialog box as shown below will appear. Click the button to continue the execution of the setup program.
  • Page 49: Uninstalling

    Uninstalling,” exit all the Windows® programs, and then install the S10V IR.LINK system again. 4.2.2 Uninstalling The existing S10V IR.LINK 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...
  • Page 50: Starting Up The System

    SYSTEM] or [S10V IR.LINK SYSTEM] has been created on the desktop, double-click this shortcut to start the system. (2) When the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] (see Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] (see Figure 4-3) window then opens, click the button for a desired command.
  • Page 51: Changing Connections

    4.2.4 Changing connections Function: Sets the communication type between the PCs and the PC. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) In the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] (see Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] (see Figure 4- 3) window, click the Change connection button.
  • Page 52: Closing The System

    The S10V Series does not support GP-IB. “GPIB” is not displayed on the communication type selection window. 4.2.5 Closing the system In the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (see Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (see Figure 4-3), click the × button or Close...
  • Page 53: Commands

    4 OPERATION 4.3 Commands 4.3.1 Editing module information Function: The module information of the IR.LINK module is edited and the edited information is written in the PCs. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] window...
  • Page 54: Table 4-1 Status Table Address Which Can Be Set

    4 OPERATION (3) Enter the I/O refresh cycle time. The settable range is “1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 to 3000” ms. When any value out of this range is specified, the message dialog box “The refresh cycle time is out of range (1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 to 3000)” is displayed. (4) When using the status table, turn off the “Unused”...
  • Page 55: Figure 4-8 Edit Station Information Window

    4 OPERATION (6) The [Edit station information] window is displayed. (Figure 4-8) Figure 4-8 Edit Station Information Window As the default display of the [Edit station information], the set station information is displayed when the set station information is available, or the following is displayed when set station information is not available (station information is not registered).
  • Page 56 (IR.Station) is performed with the input/output request timing from the master side (IR.LINK). When “Asynchronous” is selected, analog value input/output processing is performed regardless of the input/output request timing from the master side (the processing is performed according to the idle time of the station side).
  • Page 57: Figure 4-9 Set Slot Information Window

    4 OPERATION Table 4-2 Addresses that can be Set as I/O Area Addresses and Transfer Addresses Address which can be set for S10mini Address which can be set for S10V PI/O setting range Address setting range PI/O setting range Address setting range XW000 to XWFF0 /0E0000 to /0E01FE XW000 to XWFF0...
  • Page 58 [Edit information] window (Figure 4-7), Edit station information window (Figure 4-8), and [Set slot information] window (Figure 4-9) is written into the memory of the IR.LINK module of the PCs. When the Cancel button is clicked, the edited information is discarded and the [Edit information] window ends.
  • Page 59: F/D Function

    Figure 4-10 F/D Function Window (1) Saving module information Function: The system information of the IR.LINK module is saved as a file (PSE format) on the Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [F/D function] window (Figure 4-10), click the Save module information button.
  • Page 60: Figure 4-12 Ir.link System Information Receiving File Window

    4 OPERATION In “File name,” enter the file name to save the system information of the IR.LINK module. When a file is selected with the pointing device, the information is overwritten and saved in the file. A file comment input is optional and up to 128 characters can be entered.
  • Page 61: Figure 4-14 Open Window

    4 OPERATION (2) Transmission Function: The IR.LINK system information saved by the “4.3.2 (1) Saving module information” function is transmitted to the PCs. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [F/D function] window (Figure 4-10), click the Transmit button.
  • Page 62: Figure 4-15 Send File Window

    Note: As a result of comparison, a mismatch occurs in the following area. If the mismatch is only in this area, the saved file agrees with the PCs memory in respect of the IR.LINK system information. In the other cases, when a mismatch occurs, the saved file does not agree with the contents of the memory.
  • Page 63: Interrupt Task Registration

    4.3.3 Interrupt task registration Function: Interrupt tasks are registered. Up to 8 tasks can be registered. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-3), click the Enter interrupt task button.
  • Page 64: Refresh Cycle Monitor

    4.3.4 Refresh cycle monitor Function: The I/O refresh cycle time is monitored (measured). Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-3), click the Refresh cycle monitor button.
  • Page 65: Error Information Display

    Function: Regarding the error information display of the module, Module error, Station error or Error multiple counter is selected. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-2) or [ [S10V] IR.LINK SYSTEM] window (Figure 4-3), click the Display error information button.
  • Page 66: Figure 4-21 Station Error Window

    4 OPERATION (2) Station error Function: The error information of each station of the IR.LINK module is displayed. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [Error information] window (Figure 4-19), click the Station error button. The [Station error] window is displayed (Figure 4-21).
  • Page 67: Figure 4-22 Error Multiple Counter Window

    4 OPERATION (3) Error multiple counter Function: The error multiple counter of each station under the control of the IR.LINK module is displayed. Operation: The procedure is shown below. (1) On the [Error information] window (Figure 4-19), click the Error multiple counter button.
  • Page 68: User Guide

    5 USER GUIDE...
  • Page 69: Software Configuration Of The Ir.link System

    5 USER GUIDE 5.1 Software Configuration of the IR.LINK System An outline of the software configuration of the IR.LINK system is shown below. The communication program and sub-OS are ROM programs and do not need to be loaded. Application Slave...
  • Page 70: Figure 5-2 Communication Control Program Operation

    The main functions are shown below. • This program transmits and receives data to/from the IR.Station, and when the specific DI input changes from OFF into ON, it causes an interrupt to the CPU or LPU to call the sub- IR.LINK IR.Station PI/O...
  • Page 71: Table 5-1 I/O Areas

    5 USER GUIDE I/O areas The following Table 5-1 shows I/O areas that permits I/O communication. Table 5-1 I/O Areas Name Symbol range Number of points External input XW000 (X000) to XWFF0 (XFFF) 256 words (4096 points) External output YW000 (Y000) to YWFF0 (YFFF) 256 words (4096 points) Internal register RW000 (R000) to RWFF0 (RFFF)
  • Page 72: Application Task Start By Interrupt I/O Input

    5.2 Application Task Start by Interrupt I/O Input 5.2.1 Outline The IR.LINK module can cause an interrupt with an DI input signal and start an application task (interrupt start application task) that was previously registered. The IR.LINK module can cause 8 interrupts.
  • Page 73: Interrupt Task Registration

    Lower line: S10V Figure 5-4 Interrupt Task Registration Table NOTICE When mounting S10V, IR.LINK module (model: LQE546) before Module Rev.B (Ver-Rev: 0002-0001) doesn’t provide for application task start function by interrupt I/O input, but provides for I/O communication function with IR.Station only.
  • Page 74: Starting Timing

    (For the delay time due to the filter, see the specifications of each DI module.) After the signal is fetched to the DI module as an input, it is transmitted to the IR.LINK by cyclic communication. This transmission time is equal to the maximum refresh cycle of the IR.LINK.
  • Page 75: Net Status

    The NET status table stores the communication information of each station. The user must register the beginning address of the NET status table from the following bit areas by the IR.LINK system. The NET status table configuration is as shown in the following table. The registrable areas are the 9 types.
  • Page 76: S-Register

    5 USER GUIDE 5.4 S-register The S-register stores the information of errors that occurred. This register is turned “1” when an error occurs in any one of all the connected stations (sub-stations). SWA00 (Main module) N1 ERR N1 ALM SWA80 (Sub-module) N1 ERR N1 ALM...
  • Page 77: S-Table

    5 USER GUIDE 5.5 S-table The S-table is an address table to store error codes that occurred during communication. For the details of error codes, see “6.3.3 Communication errors.” Table 5-4 S-table Allocation Net No. Station ID Main module Sub-module error code error code /A40080...
  • Page 78: Communication Time

    5 USER GUIDE 5.6 Communication Time The communication time between the IR.LINK module and the IR.Station depends on the number of mounted slots and the I/O size. A standard calculation method for communication time is shown below. When the analog input/output is set to the asynchronous mode at communication The formula for communication time per station is outlined as follows: •...
  • Page 79 5 USER GUIDE When the analog input/output is set to the synchronous mode at communication The formula for communication time per station is outlined as follows: • At 1 Mbps: 1.4 + (DS×0.06) + (DN×0.070) + (AS×0.23) + (AN×0.013) [ms] •...
  • Page 80: Memory Map Of Ir.link Module

    5 USER GUIDE 5.7 Memory Map of IR.LINK Module Main module Sub-module /A00000 /A80000 Micro program /A38000 /AB8000 Slave parameter table (SVPT) /A40000 /AC0000 /A40400 /AC0400 Error freeze table /A40500 /AC0500 /A42000 /AC2000 Error multiple counter /A43000 /AC3000 /A44000 /AC4000...
  • Page 81: Command/Response Buffer

    5 USER GUIDE 5.8 Command/Response Buffer Command buffer /A44110 Station ID=01 +000 CFLAG /A44220 Station ID=02 /A44330 Station ID=03 Return code (H) /A44440 Station ID=04 /A44550 Station ID=05 Station number /A44660 Station ID=06 /A44770 Station ID=07 /A44880 Station ID=08 /A44990 Station ID=09 /A44AA0 Station ID=0A...
  • Page 82 5 USER GUIDE Response buffer /A48510 Station ID=01 +000 CFLAG /A48620 Station ID=02 /A48730 Station ID=03 Return code (H) /A48840 Station ID=04 /A48950 Station ID=05 Station number /A48A60 Station ID=06 /A48B70 Station ID=07 /A48C80 Station ID=08 /A48D90 Station ID=09 /A48EA0 Station ID=0A Service code /A48FB0...
  • Page 83: Data Send/Receive Buffer

    5 USER GUIDE 5.9 Data Send/Receive Buffer Send buffer /A55220 Station ID=01 +000 Transmitting data Length (H) /A55440 Station ID=02 /A55660 Station ID=03 Control flag (H) /A55880 Station ID=04 /A55AA0 Station ID=05 Error code (H) /A55CC0 Station ID=06 /A55EE0 Station ID=07 /A56100 Station ID=08 Free (4 bytes)
  • Page 84 5 USER GUIDE Receive buffer /A5DA20 Station ID=01 +000 Transmitting data length (H) /A5DC40 Station ID=02 /A5DE60 Station ID=03 Control flag (H) /A5E080 Station ID=04 /A5E2A0 Station ID=05 Error code (H) /A5E4C0 Station ID=06 /A5E6E0 Station ID=07 /A5E900 Station ID=08 Free (4 bytes) /A5EB20 Station ID=09...
  • Page 85: Comparison In I/O Refresh Time Performance Between The S10/2Α Series High-Speed Remote I/O And The S10V Ir.link

    I/O (LWE100) and the S10mini and S10V IR.LINK (LQE546). In this case, the bit rate setting switch of the IR.LINK is set to 1.0 Mbps and the analog module is set to 4W/slot and the digital module is set to 64 points/slot.
  • Page 86: Maintenance

    6 MAINTENANCE...
  • Page 87: Maintenance And Check

    Module,” in the USER’S MANUAL OPTION ET.NET (LQE520) (manual number SVE-1-103). Replacement procedure ① Write down, on a piece of paper, the current settings of the rotary switches that are, as shown below, accessible at the front side of the IR.LINK module to be replaced.
  • Page 88 Step ①. ⑧ Turn on the power supply of the controller unit and send to the new IR.LINK module the set parameter values that you saved in Step ④ using the F/D function.
  • Page 89 ⑭ Set the LPU module’s LADDER and T/M switches in the same way as you wrote down in Step ②. ⑮ Turn on the power supply of the controller unit and check that the new IR.LINK module is running normally.
  • Page 90: 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? Correct if the item is not executed correctly. Returned normally? Check the error LED, S register, S table, and take a necessary action.
  • Page 91: Trouble Detection And Solution

    Are the terminating resistors of the communication cable connected? Terminating resistors (120 ohms) must always be connected to both ends of the communication cable line. (In IR.LINK and IR.Station, short the TERM terminals with a jumper and thereby connect to the 120-ohm internal resistor.)
  • Page 92 6 MAINTENANCE Are the modules mounted correctly? • Check that the IR.LINK module is left-justified with no idle slot between the modules. • Check that no set screws loosen. Is grounding correctly? • Do not ground the IR.LINK module in the same place where high-voltage equipment is grounded.
  • Page 93: Errors And Countermeasures

    CPU module. The contents of display are distinguished between the main module and sub-module of the IR.LINK. In the S10V, error information is collected but an error is not displayed on the LPU module.
  • Page 94: Hardware Errors

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.3.2 Hardware errors When the IR.LINK module detects a hardware error, the following contents of the “CPU display” are displayed on the indicator of the CPU module in the S10mini. In the S10V, the following error codes are displayed by selecting the error log from the S10V BASE SYSTEM.
  • Page 95: Communication Errors

    6.3.3 Communication errors (1) Network errors When an error was found on the network of the IR.LINK module, the status error flag of the NET status and the ALM of the S-register is turned ON and write error code (see table below) into S-table.
  • Page 96: Table 6-4 Ir.station Module Error Table

    6 MAINTENANCE (2) Station errors When an error is found in the IR.Station connected with the IR.LINK module, the error flag of the NET status and the ALM of the S-register are turned on and the error code is written in the S-table (shown below).
  • Page 97: Error Freeze

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.4 Error Freeze When it detects a hardware error, the IR.LINK module lights the error LED, stores error freeze information, and stops. Table 6-5 Error Codes to be Registered Main module Sub-module 2 and Contents of Them /A40400...
  • Page 98 6 MAINTENANCE The following shows the details of the stack frames in the error freeze information table. 例 外 発 生 前 の ス テ ー タ ス ・ 6-13...
  • Page 99: Error Multiple Counter

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.5 Error Multiple Counter The error multiple counter counts the communication errors that occur between the IR.LINK module (master) and station (slave). This counter is initialized when it is reset. /A42000 (At broadcast) Transmitter underrun (TXUN) /A42020 Station ID=01...
  • Page 100: Trace

    6.6 Trace IR.LINK trace is started in the error stop mode (stop of trace at occurrence of an error) when the CPU unit is reset or the LPU unit is reset and the power supply of each unit is recovered.
  • Page 101 6 MAINTENANCE (2) Return code See “6.3.3 Communication errors.” (3) 20-byte data from beginning of send or receive buffer in physical layer <When an Initialization service transfer error occurs> <When an I/O service transfer error occurs> : Station number : Station number : Control flag 7L-sc : 7L layer service code...
  • Page 102 6 MAINTENANCE Main module Sub-module Trace pointer /A68000 /AE8000 The trace pointer points to a value of Trace pointer /A68002 /AE8002 from 0 to 2FE. The reference Forced traced stop address of trace data from the trace /A68004 /AE8004 Trace stop code pointer is calculated by the /A68006 /AE8006...
  • Page 103: Trouble Report

    6 MAINTENANCE 6.7 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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