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Model 2000 FL-net (OPCN-2) Remote I/O Station Module (FL654) User’s Manual...
Preface This User’s Manual is documentation for the Integrated Controller V-series Model 2000 FA Control Network [FL-net (OPCN-2)] Remote I/O Station (FL654). It describes these module hardware and how to handle and operate them. Note that the overall information on FL-net is described in the FL-net Common User’s Manual;...
Introduction The user’s manuals for this network include the following; it is also advisable to read through them. In particular, be sure to read through the FL-net Common User’s Manual because it provides common descriptions regarding FL-net. Moreover, also read through the documentation of equipment to be connected and engineering tools.
Be Sure To Observe The Following Observe the following precautions for securing operator safety and maintaining proper module operations when operating it. Carefully read and understand this User’s Manual before operating the module. Do not install or store the module under the following environment: (1) Dusty locations (2) Locations where corrosive gases (such as SO and H...
Introduction FL654 supports 10BASE-T(10Mbps) network and 100BASE-TX(100Mbps) network. At present, the FL-net standard is specified to use 10Mbps network. Please unite the network speed of the FL-net devices to 10Mbps and use them. The device of 10Mbps must not exist together to the device of 100Mbps on the same network even when the device of 100Mbps is allowed in the FL-net standard in the future.
CONTENTS ăăăăăăăăă Chapter 7 Input/Output Operation ăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 7.1 Overview of Input/Output Operations ăăăăăăăăăăă 7.2 Setting up the Talker and Listener Areas ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 7.3 Precautions for Usage ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă Chapter 8 RAS Function ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 8.1 LED Indication ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 8.2 I/O Module Status ăăă...
CONTENTS ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 9.3 Master Station Setup Procedure ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 9.4 Replacing modules ăăăă Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă 10.1 Maintenance Function 10.1.1 Download Function ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă66 10.1.2 Memory Clear Function ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă67 10.1.3 Version Read-out Function ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă68 10.1.4 Event Log Read-out ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă68 10.1.5 Operation Mode Setting ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă70 10.1.6 Calendar/Time Setting ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă71 10.1.7 LAN Management Information ăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăăă72...
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Chapter 1 Overview The Integrated Controller V-series model 2000 FL-net Remote I/O Station Module (hereafter referred to as “FL654”) is a remote I/O station module that connects integrated controller Model 2000 I/O modules to FL-net. Use of the FL654 enables the integrated controller Model 2000 I/O modules to be connected to the FL-net system without a controller.
(1) FL-net compliant The FL654 is a product complying with FL-net of the Japan Electrical Manufacturers’ Association (JEMA). It can be connected to Toshiba FL-net products. Moreover, the FL654 intends to obtain JEMA certification; it can also be connected to other manufacturers’...
Chapter 2 Specifications Provides the FL654 module specifications in Table 2-1. Table 2-1 FL654 Module Specifications Item Description Remarks Transmission Transmission Compliant with FA control network [FL-net The standard noted at the spec. standards (OPCN-2)] protocol version 2.00 left conforms to JEMA 1492 of the Japan Electrical Manufacturers’...
Chapter 2 Specifications Note1: The types of connectable I/O modules are as follows: I/O module types Models Input modules DI632D/DI633/DI634/DI635/DI635H/DI653/IN653/IN663 Output modules DO633/DO633P/DO634/DO635/AC663/RO662S/RO663 Analog input modules AD624L/AD634L/AD624/AD674/AD628S/AD638S Analog output modules DA622L/DA622/DA672 Note2: This transmission performance is the initial target performance of FL-net. To achieve this, each transmission station must transmit data and receive and send the token within approx.
Chapter 3 Hardware Describes the parts of the FL654 module. 3.1 Part Names LED indicators RUN/HALT switch Node address switches (NA-H/-L) Modular connector (LINE) Tool connection connector (TOOL) 8 TBH TBL LBH Operation setting switch Talker block head Listener block head setting switch setting switch Figure 3-1 Parts of the FL654...
Chapter 3 Hardware 3.2 LED Indicators The descriptions of indications of the LED indicators are given in Table 3-1. ＦＬ６５４ ○RUN ○LNK ○LNT ○PER ○I/O Figure 3-2 LED Indicators Table 3-1 Descriptions of Indications of LED Indicators Indication in Normal Description of Indication Possible Cause in Details Name...
3.3 RUN/HALT Switch 3.3 RUN/HALT Switch This switch stops/starts the FL654’s I/O module input and output. Generally, the switch is used in the RUN position, and it is switched to HALT if I/O module input/output is to be temporarily halted. If the switch is changed over from HALT to RUN in a mid-course, I/O module input/output maintains the status brought about at power-ON or in the RUN condition before switching.
Chapter 3 Hardware 3.6 Tool Connection Port (TOOL) This port is an RS-232C port for PC connection. It is used to check the automatic setting status of I/O module. Use the Microsoft HyperTerminal running in the PC. For how to use it, see Chapter 6, I/O Module Registration/Setting Method.
3.7 Operation Setting Switch 3.7 Operation Setting Switch This is an 8-bit DIP switch that sets up FL654 operations, and is located in the lower left side face of the module when facing the module. It is set using a small flat-head screwdriver.
Chapter 3 Hardware 3.8 Talker Block Head/Listener Block Head Setting Switches (TBH, TBL, LBH, and LBL) These switches set the head addresses of the FL654 talker area and listener area in the FL-net cyclic common memory. They are hexadecimal rotary switches, and are located in the lower left side face of the module when facing the module.
4.4 通信ケーブルの接続 Chapter 4 Configuration, Installation, and Wiring Provides descriptions of the configuration, installation, and wiring of the FL654. 4.1 Configuration of the FL654 Remote I/O Station The FL654 remote I/O station has the same system configuration as the basic hardware configuration 2 (standalone module) of the integrated controller model 2000 sequence controller S2.
Chapter 4 Configuration, Installation, and Wiring Base BU668 Dual-purpose base and BU666 expansion base BU664 Power module 100 to 240 AC input, 5 V PS691 output at 8 A 100 to 240 AC input, 5 V PS693 output at 7 A 24 V DC input PS632 Expansion interface...
4.1 Configuration of the FL654 Remote I/O Station Digital I/O Module, Analog I/O Module Number Classification Model of Words in Use 12 to 24 V DC/AC input module, 8 points, independent common DI632D 12 to 24 V DC/AC input module, 16 points DI633 24 V DC input module, 32 points DI634...
Chapter 4 Configuration, Installation, and Wiring 4.2 Installing Modules CAUTION Before installing or removing a module, always turn OFF power. Installation or removal of a module while the power is applied may result in breakdown or electric shock. The following describes the module installation procedure: (1) Check that power to the remote I/O station is OFF.
4.4 Connecting the Communication Cable 4.4 Connecting the Communication Cable The FL654 supports 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX. Follow the procedure below to connect the communication cable. The following describe connection of the cable on the assumption that a UTP cable has already been provided.
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4.4 通信ケーブルの接続 Chapter 5 Startup This chapter describes the FL654 module startup procedure. There are the following two modes for I/O module input/output operations: (1) FL654 recognizes the I/O module composition when the power supply is turned on, and FL654 executes the input/output operation by this module composition. (AUTO) (2) After confirming the I/O module composition when the power supply is turned on, the user saves the I/O module composition in non-volatile memory in FL654.
Chapter 5 Startup 5.1 Startup Procedure Flow (1) For performing I/O module input/output based on saved information: FL654 switch settings in step (i) Begin ・Node address: Depends on the system. ・Talker block head and listener block head: (i) Install the power, expansion, FL654, and I/O Depends on the system.
5.1 Startup Procedure Flow CAUTION There are the following two modes for I/O module input/output operations: (1) FL654 recognizes the I/O module composition when the power supply is turned on, and FL654 executes the input/output operation by this module composition. (AUTO) (2) After confirming the I/O module composition when the power supply is turned on, the user saves the I/O module composition in non-volatile memory in FL654.
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06/06/05 Chapter 6 I/O Module Registration and Setting Method The FL654 has the function of automatically recognizing connected I/O modules. The FL654 automatically recognizes the connected I/O modules and automatically allocates the I/O modules to the talker and listener areas in the FL-net cyclic common memory. The user checks these automatically allocated information using MS Windows HyperTerminal from a PC, and if there is no problem, save it in the FL654’s non-volatile memory.
Chapter 6 I/O Module Registration and Setting Method 6.2 Connecting PC to the FL654 Connect a PC to the FL654 using the cable between the PC’s RS-232C port and the FL654’s TOOL connection port. (For the connection cable, see Chapter 3.) 6.3 Starting MS Windows HyperTerminal Start the MS Windows HyperTerminal, register the name, and set up the property as follows:...
6.4 Checking Procedure 6.4 Checking Procedure Display shown in Figure 6-2 automatically appears on the PC screen. If there is no problem in the I/O module configuration, press the [Y] key and then the [ENTER] key. Then the I/O configuration information will be written in the nonvolatile memory in the module.
Chapter 6 I/O Module Registration and Setting Method **************************************** Talker area head address: C1 0036W C1: Common memory area 1 Listener area head address: C2 0000W C2: Common memory area 2 **************************************** UNIT SLOT(0): X 1W Talk 0036W SLOT(1): Y 1W Listen 0000W SLOT(2): X 1W Talk 0037W SLOT(3): Y 1W Listen 0001W SLOT(4): X 1W Talk 0038W...
Chapter 7 Input/Output Operation Describes the I/O module input/output operations of the FL654. 7.1 Overview of Input/Output Operations The FL654 occupies one continuous talker area and one continuous listener area in Area 1 or 2 of the FL-net cyclic transmission common memory. The talker and listener areas are independent of each other.
Chapter 7 I/O Module Input/Output 7.2 Setting up the Talker and Listener Areas The FL654’s talker and listener areas are provided in Area 1 or Area 2 of the FL-net cyclic transmission common memory. Setup of the talker and listener areas is achieved using the talker block head/listener block head setting switches at the lower left side face of the module.
7.2 Setting up the Talker and Listener Areas (2) Setting the head address The talker area head address is set using the talker block head setting switch (TBH/TBL) located on the side face of the module, while the listener area head address is set using the listener block head setting switch (LBH/LBL).
Chapter 7 I/O Module Input/Output (b) I/O statuses These items indicate I/O module information on an I/O slot basis. The following bits indicate the status of the I/O module of [unit number] - [slot number]. [0: I/O module abnormal, 1: I/O module normal] Table 7-1 I/O Module Status Status 1 Status 2...
7.2 Setting up the Talker and Listener Areas Common memory’s Common memory’s talker area listener area Address Address Status (4W) 200h Unit 0 slot 5 DO633(1W) 201h Unit 0 slot 6 DO633(1W) 202h Unit 0 slot 7 DO633(1W) 203h Unit 0 slot 8 DO633(1W) Unit 0 slot 1 DI633(1W) 204h Unit 1 slot 3 DA622(2W)
Chapter 7 I/O Module Input/Output 7.3 Precautions for Usage To expand I/O modules, add the module(s) after the configuration of the I/O modules already installed. This allows the I/O modules to be expanded without affecting the existing allocated I/O configuration. Model 2000 FL-net (OPCN-2) Remote I/O Station Module (FL654) User’s Manual...
Chapter 8 RAS Function Describes the FL654’s RAS function. 8.1 LED Indication The front panel of the FL654 module has LED indicators. The indication of these LED indicators allows the module status to be identified. In the normal state, the “PER” LED goes off, while the other LEDs are all lit (green). For more information on this, see Chapter 3.
Chapter 8 RAS Function 8.4 Operation in the Event of FL-net Failure (1) Operation in the event of disconnection from network If the FL654 is disconnected from the FL-net, it holds or clears outputs to the output modules. Selection of hold or clear is set using the operation setting switch. (2) Operation in the event of stop receiving data If an update of the overall listener area of the local station is stopped for more than 500 ms, the FL654 holds or clears outputs to the output modules.
8.5 LED Indication in the Event of Module Down 8.5 LED Indication in the Event of Module Down Table 8-1 LED display when FL654 is down Status (i) Format error Blink (ii) Parameter save failure (iii) FL-network entry failure (i) Failure of Ethernet setting (operation setting switch bits 1 and 2) Blink (ii) LAN controller failure detection (i) Node number setting error...
Chapter 8 RAS Function 8.6 Gathering RAS information using Hyper Terminal When FL654 is operated by "LOCK" or "AUTO", RAS information on FL654 can be gathered by connecting the personal computer that operates the Windows hyper terminal with the serial cable. RAS information that can be gathered is as follows.
8.6 Gathering RAS information using Hyper Terminal 8.6.2 Node Status Input form DISP MODE Execution result (example) >disp mode mode : RUN(I/O-RUN) message : enable cyclic : enable : ON : OFF PVERR : OFF GDLINK : ON (10M - Half Duplex) DPADR : OFF TEST...
Chapter 8 RAS Function Table 8-4 Down code Down code Description 0x0010 External WDT error NMI occurred due to an external WDT. 0x0020 Bus stall NMI occurred due to bus stall. 0x0030 Occurrence of general exception Occurrence of general exception 0x0160 ROM area check failure Error was detected by FROM’s BCC check at initialization.
8.6 Gathering RAS information using Hyper Terminal 8.6.3 Version Display Input form VER Execution result (example) >ver FL654 monitor date : Dec 24 2004 S/W : 01.30 (9FLRDD) H/W : 01h > 8.6.4 I/O Layout Input form IOLAYOUT Execution result (example) >iolayout **************************************** Talker area head address:...
Chapter 8 RAS Function 8.6.10 FL-net Log Input form MSTCLOG Execution result (example) >mstclog [Send_Recv] SendCount Total socket transmission frequency SendErr Total socket transmission error frequency EthSendErr : 0 Nonuse RecvCount Total socket reception frequency RecvErr Total socket reception error frequency EthRecvErr : 0 Nonuse [Frame]...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool This chapter describes the setting and the startup procedure of FL654 that uses V-Tool. "TOOL specification" is possible since firmware version "1.40" of FL654. Please confirm the firmware version of FL654 with the version seal on the module side. The version of V-Tool that can be applied to FL654 of "TOOL specification"...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.1 Outline of Operation 9.1.1 Module Setting The modules that can be set using V-Tool is as follows (Refer to Figure 9-1). (1) FL654 that connected V-Tool directly (2) Remote I/O station via FL-net (FL654 or FL754) FL754 …...
9.1 Startup Procedure 9.1.2 Allocation of I/O Module Data to Common Memory When FL654 operates by "TOOL specification", FL654 subordinate's I/O module data is allocated to FL-net common memory as follows. (1) Input module data can be allocated freely to FL654 talker area by each input module. FL654 talker area can be allocated in both area1 and area2 in FL-net common memory.
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.2 Startup Procedure 9.2.1 Sample System The remote I/O start-up procedure is explained by the following sample. 10BASE-T Master Remote 628S Node Node Input Output Input Output Input Output 16pt 16pt 64pt 64pt Fig 9-3 Sample system FL612 FL654 0~15W Talker area...
9.1 Startup Procedure Address Address Area 1 FL612 talker block Area 1 FL654 talker block (word) (word) Output data for FL654 DO633 FL654 Healthy counter I/O module status Output data for FL654 DO635 Reserved (Nonuse) Input data of FL654 DI633 Input data of FL654 DI635 Address Address...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.2.2 About “FL-net LAN” and “FL-net ControlLAN” When the network where the FL-net communication was used is registered on V-Tool, it is necessary to register FL-net module (FL312,FL612) and FL-net remote I/O station (FL654,FL754) in another network type. This is because of the limitation in the specification of V-Tool.
9.1 Startup Procedure 9.2.3 Startup Flow This section describes how to set up the remote I/O module using V-Tool to start up the system. Figure 9-1 shows a flow of building a new integrated controller. System registration (Off-line work using V-Tool) Prepare the remote I/ O module.
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.2.4 System Registration System registration is performed off-line using V-Tool at system design. The following describes this procedure in details. After system registration, the master station creates user programs using the network variables. (1) Creating the system folder Create the target system folder (e.g., FL-net (RIO_2000)).
9.1 Startup Procedure (c) Set the S2PU72 and FL612 parameters. (d) Create the other station for the master station. The other station needs to be registered to use data that send from FL654 in master station. Example: Register Other station “Dummy station(FLx12)” Register “FLStn”...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool (3) Registering the remote side (FL654). (a) Create the remote station folder. Example: FL654 (model 2000) (b) Register the base, FL654, and I/O modules. Registration of the remote side (FL654) (c) FL654 module parameter setting IP address, the first address and the amount of transmission words of area1, the first address and the amount of transmission words of area2 are set at this stage.
9.1 Startup Procedure (d) Create the other station for the remote station. The other station needs to be registered to use data that send from FL612 in remote I/O station. Example: Register Other station “Dummy station(FLx54)” Register “FLStn” as unit and “FL_Y” as module Registration of dummy station 6F8C1120...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool (4) Registering LAN configuration (a) Create an FL-net Control LAN folder under the network folder. (b) Register the FL654 and the other station for the FL654 in the “Module” folder below the FL-net Control LAN folder. (c) Create an FL-net LAN folder below the Network folder.
9.1 Startup Procedure (5) FL654 subordinate's I/O module registration FL654 subordinate's I/O module is registered. When the check is put on "The I/O variable automatic registration" on the module addition screen, the I/O variable that agrees with the content of the I/O module is registered. It should not be work to register the I/O variable separately.
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool (7) Confirmation I/O variables When I/O modules are registered, I/O variables are automatically registered. When right-click on I/O module (for instance, DI635) with mouse pointer, and "I/O variable" is selected, the I/O variable screen is displayed. Please change on I/O variable screen when you change the variables.
9.1 Startup Procedure (8) Registering network variables The network variable is registered at every talker block. (a) Talker block registration of FL612 -> FL654 data In the following example, I/O variable (=IO01001_00000102) output to DO633 is allocated to "Talker block: 0 (the dummy station for a remote I/O talker area in FL-net common memory area1)".
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool (b) Talker block registration of FL654 -> FL612 data In the following example, I/O variable (=IO01001_00000101) input from DI633 is allocated to "Talker block: 1 (FL654 talker area in FL-net common memory area1)". I/O variable (=IO01001_00000103) input from DI635 is similarly allocated to "Talker block: 1".
9.1 Startup Procedure (c) Listener block registration of FL654 -> FL612 data In the following example, I/O variable (=IO01001_01) input from DI633 is allocated to "Listener block of dummy station for remote I/O”. After the variable of the transmission block is selected, "Allocated to the input variable"...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.2.5 Preparing Remote I/O Modules This section prepares the FL654 for downloading I/O configuration information to it. (1) Preparation for download (a) Set the FL654 operation setting switch so that SW3 is ON and SW4 is OFF (TOOL specification).
9.1 Startup Procedure 9.2.7 Download Download the I/O configuration information using V-Tool. There are the following two methods for downloading I/O configuration information. (1) Local connection Directly connect V-Tool to the TOOL connection connector in the FL654 that is the target for download.
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.3 Master Station Startup Procedure The following procedure is necessary on the FL612 side besides download to FL654. (1) Talker block is registered on "Scanning memory folder" of "FL-net LAN". The talker block of the dummy station for the master station and the talker block of FL612 are registered respectively.
9.1 Startup Procedure (2) Register network variables to talker blosk Talker block Data flow Data type Variable Data length Healthy counter FL654_2_HLT1 1 word I/O status FL654_2_IOSTS1 32 bits １ FL654 -> FL612 Reserved FL654_2_RSV1 1 word DI633 input FL654_2_DI633_01 16 bits DI635 input FL654_2_DI635_03...
Chapter 9 Startup Using V-Tool 9.4 Replacing Modules Turn OFF the power, replace a module, and turn ON the power again on each remote I/O station. The procedure for this is as follows: (1) Turn OFF power to the remote I/O station. (2) Replace a module.
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool This chapter explains the maintenance procedure of FL654 that uses V-Tool. "TOOL specification" is possible since firmware version "1.40" of FL654. Please confirm the firmware version of FL654 with the version seal on the module side. The version of V-Tool that can be applied to FL654 of "TOOL specification"...
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool 10.1 Maintenance Function Maintenance functions possible by the combination of V-Tool and FL654 are as follows. Operate direct connection of Operate other remote I/O FL654 and V-Tool station via FL-net Download Function Available Available Memory Clear Function Available Available Version Read-out Function...
10.1 FL654 Module 10.1.2 Memory Clear Function Initialize the FL654. When FL654 used in AUTO / LOCK specification is changed in TOOL specification, please switch specification after executing “memory clear” for deleting inside information. Even an opposite usage is similar. Moreover, in TOOL specification, please execute download again after executing “memory clear”...
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool 10.1.3 Version Read-out Function Display the version of the hardware/software composing the remote I/O station. (1) Click on the “Tool” menu in the System View/Station Status screen to display the menu. (2) In this menu, click on the “Version” item. The FL654 version information is displayed as shown below: 10.1.4 Event Log Read-out Function Read out event logs as follows:...
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool 10.1.5 Operation Mode Setting Set the FL654 operation mode from the V-Tool. (1) Click on the “Tool” menu in the System View/Station Status screen to display the menu. (2) In this menu, click on the “Set Operation Mode” item. The Set Operation Mode screen appears.
10.1 FL654 Module 10.1.6 Calendar/Time Setting FL654 doesn't maintain calendar/time for power supply OFF period. Therefore, correct time doesn't remain in event log information if it doesn't set it at time when restoring it at power supply OFF time. An initial value is 0:0:0, January 1, 1999.)  Set the FL654’s calendar/time from the V-Tool.
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool Usage Master station Preparation: One of the master stations registers the area concerned in the talker block of the local station. (S2) side User application (per scan): ･Copies the values of SW  to SW  to addresses 01F9h to 01FEh. ･Stores the result of adding the year to second values in address 01FFh.
10.2 V-Tool Error 10.2 V-Tool Error Table 10-2 V-Tool error Code Contents Factors 0x0000 Normal Normal 0x0002 Hardware is abnormal. Target node has seceded from the network though the command for that (time-out error etc.) node was received from V-Tool. 0x0004 Access refusal FL654 is set to AUTO/CONF specification, the following command was (operation mode is...
Chapter 10 Maintenance Using V-Tool Code Contents Factors 0x0103 Text parameter error In the specification of the transmission area, *Head address in Area1: beyond the limits of 0 to 511. (In the case of master station calendar/Time setting function not used.). * Head address in Area1: beyond the limits of 0 to 504.