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  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Always read these precautions before using this equipment.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product. In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as "WARNING"...
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● The display section is an analog-resistive type touch panel. If you touch the display section simultaneously in 2 points or more, the switch that is located around the center of the touched point, if any, may operate. Do not touch the display section in 2 points or more simultaneously.
  • Page 5 [MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Use the GOT in the environment that satisfies the general specifications described in the User's Manual. Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product damage or deterioration. ● When mounting the GOT to the panel, tighten the mounting screws within the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause the GOT to drop, short or malfunction.
  • Page 6: Wiring Precautions

    [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in an electric shock, product damage or malfunctions. ● Always ground the FG terminal of the GOT power to the protective ground conductors dedicated to the GOT.
  • Page 7 Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. ● Replace battery with GT11-50BAT by Mitsubishi electric Co. only. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. ● Dispose of used battery promptly.
  • Page 8 [DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When disposing of the product, handle it as industrial waste. ● When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (For details of the battery directive in EU member states, refer to the User's Manual of the GOT to be used.) [TOUCH PANEL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Rough procedure ........................1 - 3 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Overall Configuration ........................2 - 1 System Equipment........................... 2 - 1 2.2.1 GOT (GT14) ......................... 2 - 2 2.2.2 Option ........................... 2 - 3 3. SPECIFICATIONS General Specifications........................3 - 1 Performance Specifications ......................
  • Page 10 6. INSTALLATION Control Panel Inside Dimensions for Mounting GOT ............... 6 - 1 Panel Cutting Dimension ......................... 6 - 2 Mounting Position ..........................6 - 2 Control Panel Temperature and Mounting Angle ................6 - 3 Installation Procedure ........................6 - 4 7.
  • Page 11 8.9.4 Parts name ......................... 8 - 13 8.9.5 Caution for compliance with EMC Directive ............... 8 - 13 8.10 Panel-Mounted USB Port Extension....................8 - 14 8.10.1 Applicable panel-mounted USB port extension ..............8 - 14 8.10.2 Parts name ......................... 8 - 14 8.10.3 Installing procedure ......................
  • Page 12 11.5 Behavior of Duplicate IPs ......................11 - 22 11.6 License Management ........................11 - 25 12. CLOCK SETTINGS AND BATTERY STATUS DISPLAY (TIME SETTING AND DISPLAY) 12.1 Time Setting and Display ....................... 12 - 1 12.1.1 Time setting and display functions..................12 - 1 13.
  • Page 13 16.3 BootOS and Standard Monitor OS Installation Using SD card or USB Memory ......16 - 4 16.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT ..................16 - 5 16.3.2 Installing using the program/data control function (Utility) ..........16 - 7 16.4 When Installing the Different Version of BootOS, Standard Monitor OS ........
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  • Page 15: Manuals

    MANUALS The following table lists the manual relevant to this product. Refer to each manual for any purpose. Manual Number Manual Name Packaging (Model code) GT Works3 Version1 Installation Procedure Manual Enclosed in product SH-080866ENG GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) 1/2, 2/2 Stored in CD-ROM (1D7MB9) SH-080867ENG...
  • Page 16 Obtaining information of Non-Mitsubishi products applicable to the • GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 1) for GT Works3 • GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 2) for GT Works3 Connecting Non-Mitsubishi products to the GOT Obtaining information of peripheral devices applicable to the GOT GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals) for GT Works3 Connecting peripheral devices including a barcode reader to the GOT...
  • Page 17: Abbreviations And Generic Terms

    GT15 Abbreviation of GT1595, GT1585, GT157 , GT156 , GT155 GT1455-Q Abbreviation of GT1455-QTBDE, GT1455-QTBD GT145 GT1450-Q Abbreviation of GT1450-QMBDE, GT1450-QMBD, 1450-QLBDE, GT1450-QLBD GT14 Abbreviation of GT1455-Q, GT1450-Q GT1275 GT1275-V Abbreviation of GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD GT1265 GT1265-V Abbreviation of GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD...
  • Page 18 GT15-J61BT13, GT15-75J61BT13-Z Interface converter unit GT15-75IF900 Serial multi-drop connection unit GT01-RS4-M Connection Conversion Adapter GT10-9PT5S RS-232/485 signal conversion adapter GT14-RS2T4-9P A9GT-QJ71LP23 + GT15-75IF900 set A9GT-QJ71BR13 + GT15-75IF900 set A8GT-J61BT13 + GT15-75IF900 set  Option unit Abbreviations and generic terms Description...
  • Page 19 GT10-20PSCB, GT10-20PSGB, GT10-20PSCW, GT10-20PSGW GT05-90PCO, GT05-80PCO, GT05-70PCO, GT05-60PCO, GT05-50PCO, Protective cover for oil GT16-50PCO, GT10-40PCO, GT10-30PCO, GT10-20PCO USB environmental protection cover GT16-UCOV, GT16-50UCOV, GT15-UCOV, GT14-50UCOV, GT11-50UCOV Stand GT15-90STAND, GT15-80STAND, GT15-70STAND, A9GT-50STAND, GT05-50STAND GT15-70ATT-98, GT15-70ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-97, GT15-60ATT-96, Attachment GT15-60ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-77, GT15-50ATT-95W, GT15-50ATT-85...
  • Page 20  Software Abbreviations and generic terms Description GT Works3 Abbreviation of the SW DNC-GTWK3-E and SW DNC-GTWK3-EA GT Designer3 Abbreviation of screen drawing software GT Designer3 for GOT1000 series GT Simulator3 Abbreviation of screen simulator GT Simulator3 for GOT1000/GOT900 series GT SoftGOT1000 Abbreviation of monitoring software GT SoftGOT1000 GT Converter2...
  • Page 21  Others Abbreviations and generic terms Description Abbreviation of IAI Corporation AZBIL Abbreviation of Azbil Corporation (former Yamatake Corporation) OMRON Abbreviation of OMRON Corporation KEYENCE Abbreviation of KEYENCE CORPORATION KOYO EI Abbreviation of KOYO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. SHARP Abbreviation of Sharp Manufacturing Systems Corporation JTEKT Abbreviation of JTEKT Corporation SHINKO...
  • Page 22: How To Read This Manual

    HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL  Symbols Following symbols are used in this manual. Refers to the information required. Refers to information useful for operation. Indicates the location of related content. Indicates the operation procedure. Perform procedures in numerical order. : Indicates the setting items displayed on the software and GOT screen.
  • Page 23: Overview

    OVERVIEW  About GOT A GOT is installed on the panel surface of a control panel or operating panel and connects to the PLC within the control panel. The GOT carries out switch operation, lamp display, data display, message display, etc. Connector for For the display screen, two kinds of screens are available: user screen program...
  • Page 24: Features

    1.1 Features Monitoring for turning ON/OFF bit devices of a PLC, forced turning ON/OFF the bit devices of a PLC, monitoring the word device set value/current value and changing that numeric values are easily made. (1) The display unit is used for engineers' stage replacement, setting change and troubleshooting or for operation guidance to an operator.
  • Page 25: Rough Procedure

    1.1.1 Rough procedure The outline procedures before operating GOT and the descriptions of each item are shown below. Refer to GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual Install GT Designer3 in the PC. (Fundamentals). Refer to GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual Create project data.
  • Page 26 1 - 4 1. OVERVIEW 1.1 Features...
  • Page 27: System Configuration

    M : TFT monochrome (white/black) Resolution Q : 320×240 (QVGA) Display color type 0 : Monochrome (black and white) 16 scales 5 : 65535 colors Screen size type 5 : 5.7" GOT1000 series GT14 2 - 1 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 Overall Configuration...
  • Page 28: Got (gt14)

    * * * * * * 50 : Dedicated for 5.7" 16 : Dedicated for GT16 15 : Dedicated for GT15 14 : Dedicated for GT14 11 : Dedicated for GT11 10 : Dedicated for GT10 09 : Common for GT16/GT15/GT14/GT11/GT10...
  • Page 29 2.2.2 Option Connection cables for MITSUBISHI PLCs (Sold separately) Cable Product name Model name Contents length GT01-C10R4-8P GT01-C30R4-8P FXCPU direct connection For connecting GOT to FXCPU (MINI DIN 8pin) cable, FX expansion GT01-C100R4-8P For connecting GOT to FXCPU expansion board (MINI DIN 8pin) board connection cable GT01-C200R4-8P GT01-C300R4-8P...
  • Page 30 Connection cables for KEYENCE PLCs (Sold separately) Product Cable Model name Contents name length GT09-C30R41101-5T GT09-C100R41101-5T RS-422 cable For connecting GOT to KEYENCE multi-communication unit GT09-C200R41101-5T GT09-C300R41101-5T GT09-C30R21101-6P For connecting GOT to KEYENCE PLC RS-232 cable GT09-C30R21102-9S For connecting GOT to KEYENCE multi-communication unit GT09-C30R21103-3T For connecting GOT to KEYENCE multi-communication unit Connection cables for Panasonic PLCs (Sold separately)
  • Page 31 Commercially-available SD card Some models with the operations checked by our company are usable. For the operation-checked models, refer to "Operation Check Results of Third Party SD Cards on GT14 Model" (Hime-T-P-0089) separately available, or contact your local distributor. 2 - 5 2.
  • Page 32 Model name Contents Protective cover for oil GT05-50PCO For 5.7" GOT Protective sheet (Sold separately) Product name Model name Contents GT14-50PSCB Clear 5 sheets GT14-50PSGB Antiglare 5 sheets Protective sheet 5.7" protective sheet GT14-50PSCW Clear (Frame: white) 5 sheets GT14-50PSGW...
  • Page 33 RS-232/485 signal conversion adapter (Sold separately) Product name Model name Contents RS-232/485 signal conversion For GOT multi-drop connection, multi-channel function connection, GT14-RS2T4-9P adapter temperature controller connection, and MODBUS(R)/RTU connection 2 - 7 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 System Equipment...
  • Page 34 2 - 8 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 System Equipment...
  • Page 35: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS 3.1 General Specifications Item Specifications Display section 0 to 50 Operating ambient Other than temperature 0 to 55 (when horizontally installed), 0 to 50 (when vertically installed) display section Storage ambient temperature -20 to 60 Operating ambient humidity 10 to 90%, non-condensing (WBT: 39 Storage ambient humidity 10 to 90%, non-condensing Half-...
  • Page 36: Performance Specifications

    3.2 Performance Specifications The performance specifications are as follows. Specifications Item GT1455-QTBD(E) GT1450-QMBD(E) GT1450-QLBD(E) TFT monochrome (white/black) STN monochrome (white/black) Type TFT color liquid crystal liquid crystal liquid crystal Screen size 5.7" Resolution 240[dots] Display size W115(4.53) H86(3.39)[mm](inch) (Horizontal format) 16-dot standard font: 20 characters 15 lines Display character...
  • Page 37: Power Supply Specifications

    Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics. It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements. Flickers may be observed depending on the display color.
  • Page 38 3 - 4 3. SPECIFICATIONS 3.3 Power Supply Specifications...
  • Page 39: Parts Name

    PARTS NAME 4.1 Front Panel (1)(2) (5)(6) Name Description Display section Displays the utility screen and the user creation screen. Touch panel For touch switch operation on the utility screen and the user creation screen Lit in green: Power is correctly supplied. Lit in orange: Screen saving.
  • Page 40: Back Panel

    4.2 Back Panel Battery cover opened (14) Power supply terminal layout (13) (11) (12) (10) (15) Name Description For communicating with controller (PLC, microcomputer board, bar code reader, RFID, etc) or PC (OS RS-232 interface installation, project data download, transparent) (D-sub 9pin male) RS-422/485 interface For communicating with controller (PLC, microcomputer board, etc) (D-sub 9pin female) USB interface...
  • Page 41: Rear Face

    4.3 Rear Face Name Description Ethernet interface For Ethernet connection to a controller (PLC microcomputer board) (RJ-45 connector) Holes for the mounting fixtures (accessory) when the GOT is mounted to the panel (4 holes at top and Holes for unit mounting fixtures bottom) 4 - 3 4.
  • Page 42 4 - 4 4. PARTS NAME 4.3 Rear Face...
  • Page 43: Ul, Cul Standards And Emc Directive

    840 Chiyoda-machi, Himeji, Hyogo 670-8677 Japan • Manufactured at: Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Nagoya Works 1-14 Yada-minami 5-Chome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya 461-0048 Japan • Authorized Representative in the European Community: Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany. 5 - 1 5.
  • Page 44: Requirements To Meet Emc Directive

    5.2.1 Requirements to Meet EMC Directive EMC Directives are those which require "any strong electromagnetic force is not output to the external.:Emission (electromagnetic interference)" and "It is not influenced by the electromagnetic wave from the external.: Immunity (electromagnetic sensitivity)". Items  EMC directive thru  Grounding summarize the precautions to use GOT and configure the mechanical unit in order to match the EMC directives.
  • Page 45  Control panel GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must be installed in a conductive control panel. It not only assure the safety but also has a large effect to shut down the noise generated from GOT, on the control panel.
  • Page 46: Emc Directive-compliant System Configuration

    Connection method Use the following methods to connect with the GOT to ensure compliance with the EMC Directive. : Compliant with EMC Directive : Not compliant with EMC Directive GT14 Connection method Direct connection to CPU Computer link connection CC-Link connection (via G4)
  • Page 47: Precautions For Wiring/connecting The Emc Directive-compliant Product

    Therefore, when installing any communication cables care should always be taken with the routing and location of those cables. The GOT identified on the previous page are compliant with the EMC requirement when the following communication cables are used. (1) Panel-mounted USB port extension GT14-C10EXUSB-4S (2) Direct connection cable Existing Cables User Made Cables...
  • Page 48 POINT POINT POINT Any device which utilizes a data communication function is susceptible to the wider effects of local EMC noise. Therefore, when installing any communication cables care should always be taken with the routing and location of those cables. Optional ferrite cores are recommended when the cable route is close to EMC noise sources like welders, large motors, etc.
  • Page 49: Installation

    INSTALLATION WARNING MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS • Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or removing the GOT to/from the panel. Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction. CAUTION MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS •...
  • Page 50: Panel Cutting Dimension

    6.2 Panel Cutting Dimension Make holes in the panel according to the dimensions list below. Also, ensure 10mm of space in upper and lower parts of the panel for mounting fixtures. • Horizontal format (If the vertical format is selected, the dimension must be rotated 90 degrees.) +0.08 "...
  • Page 51: Control Panel Temperature And Mounting Angle

    6.4 Control Panel Temperature and Mounting Angle When mounting the main unit to a control panel or similar fixture, set the GOT display section as shown below.  Horizontal installation When the temperature inside the control panel is 40 to 55 , the mounting angle should be in the range from 60 to 105 degrees.
  • Page 52: Installation Procedure

    6.5 Installation Procedure The GOT is designed to be embedded into a panel. Mount the GOT by following the procedure below. For the panel cutting dimension, refer to "6.2 Panel Cutting Dimension". Also, be sure that the thickness of the mounting panel face is 2 to 4mm. Installing the packing Packing Install packing to the packing installation groove on the back...
  • Page 53 POINT POINT POINT Cautions on installation (1) Tightening the mounting screw Tighten the mounting screws within the specified torque range. Undertightening can cause a drop and disable waterproof or oil proof effect. Overtightening may damage the unit, or distort the panel and make a surface waviness on the display area, leading to deterioration of the visibility or incorrect input from the touch panel.
  • Page 54 6 - 6 6. INSTALLATION 6.5 Installation Procedure...
  • Page 55: Wiring

    WIRING WARNING WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in an electric shock, product damage or malfunctions. • Please make sure to ground FG terminal of the GOT power supply section by applying 100 or less which is used exclusively for the GOT.
  • Page 56: Power Supply Wiring

    7.1 Power Supply Wiring 7.1.1 Wiring example Connect the power supply to the power terminals on the back panel of the GOT. Use 0.75mm or thicker cables to avoid voltage drop and tighten the terminal screw with the specified torque securely. PC and external device connection cables...
  • Page 57: The Cause Of Malfunctions Related Wiring/remedy

     Recommended terminal shape Terminal screws should be tightened to between 0.5 to 0.8N·m. Terminal screws must be secured to prevent a loose connection thus avoiding a malfunction. Do not tighten the terminal screw with a torque exceeding the specified torque. Failure to do so may cause equipment failures or malfunctions.
  • Page 58  Connecting the ground cable from the panel that houses control equipment to the panel to which the GOT is grounded When running a single ground cable from the panel that houses such piece of control equipment as a PLC to the panel to which the GOT is grounded, the ground cable may have to be directly connected to the terminal on the GOT.
  • Page 59: Wiring Inside And Outside The Panel

    7.2 Wiring inside and outside the panel 7.2.1 Wiring inside Run power lines, servo amplifier drive wires, and communication cables so that they do not cross each other. Noise interference that is generated by cables that cross each other may cause malfunctions. Surge suppressors are an effective way to filter out surge noise that is generated from no fuse breakers (NFB), electromagnetic contactors (MC), relays (RA), solenoid valves, and induction motors.
  • Page 60: Attaching Surge Killers To Control Equipment

    7.2.3 Attaching surge killers to control equipment If communication errors happen in synch with the on/off signals from certain control equipment (referred to as "load" hereafter) such as no fuse breakers, electromagnetic contactors, relays, solenoid valves, and induction motors, surge noise interference is suspected.
  • Page 61: Sd Card

    Commercially-available SD card Some models with the operations checked by our company are usable. For the operation-checked models, refer to "Operation Check Results of Third Party SD Cards on GT14 Model" (Hime-T-P-0089) separately available, or contact your local distributor. 8.1.2 Installing and removing procedures of the SD card Install/remove the SD card with the power supply of GOT is OFF or SD card access switch is "OFF".
  • Page 62  Removing Set the SD card access switch of the GOT to "OFF." Make sure that the SD card access LED turns off. When the SD card access LED turns off, the SD card can be installed or removed even during the GOT power on. Push-in the SD card once and leave your finger, then remove the SD card.
  • Page 63: Usb Memory

    8.2 USB Memory The USB memory is used to transmit the OS or project data and to save the data of the alarm history function. For details, refer to the following. 13. FILE DISPLAY AND COPY (PROGRAM/DATA CONTROL) 8.2.1 Applicable USB memory The following USB memory is applicable for GOT.
  • Page 64: Battery

    The battery backs up clock data and data stored in the built-in RAM (D drive) including alarm history, recipe data, time action setting value, advanced alarm, advanced recipe, logging, hard copy, and SRAM user area. A battery is installed to GT14 when GT14 is shipped from the factory. 8.3.1 Applicable battery The following battery is applicable for GT14.
  • Page 65: Battery Replacement Procedure

    8.3.3 Battery replacement procedure Replace battery periodically at intervals of 4 to 5 years as reference. Turn the GOT power off. Battery cover Open the battery cover of the GOT. Remove the old battery from the GOT. Connector Disconnect the old battery connector and insert the new battery connector within 30s.
  • Page 66: Protective Sheet

    For the GOT, the protective sheet is attached for transportation. (It is different from the one described in this chapter.) 8.4.1 Applicable protective sheet Product name Model name Description GT14-50PSCB Clear 5 sheets GT14-50PSCB Antiglare 5 sheets Protective sheet 5.7" protective sheet...
  • Page 67: Protective Cover For Oil

    8.5 Protective Cover for Oil Use of the protective cover for oil improves waterproof property, oil resistance, and chemical resistance of the GOT. 8.5.1 Applicable protective cover for oil The following protective cover for oil is applicable for GT14. Product name Model name Description...
  • Page 68 The oil cover was hung and the edge of the oil cover is The corner on the left is hung and the oil cover is hung sequentially obtained and obtain the oil cover to cover from A side to D side on the starting point sequentially. rubber packing parts in the back of GOT of the front panel.
  • Page 69: Usb Environmental Protection Cover

    The GOT is installed with the USB environmental protection cover at factory shipment. Replace when damage and deterioration are caused. 8.6.1 Applicable USB environmental protection cover The following USB environmental protection cover is applicable for GT14. Product name Model name Description...
  • Page 70: Stand

    8.7 Stand Stand is used to fix the GOT to standing status in order to debug the monitor screen data easily. 8.7.1 Applicable stand The following stand is applicable for GT14. Product name Model name Description Stand GT05-50STAND Stand for 5.7" (for GOT1000 series) 8.7.2...
  • Page 71: Connector Conversion Adapter

    8.8 Connector Conversion Adapter GT10-9PT5S type connector conversion adapter enables an easy crossover wiring for the multi-drop-connected GOTs. For the wiring between the connector conversion adapter and the controller, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) for GT Works3 8.8.1 Applicable connector conversion adapter The following connector conversion adapter is applicable.
  • Page 72: Serial Multi-drop Connection Unit

    8.9 Serial Multi-Drop Connection Unit 8.9.1 Serial multi-drop connection unit GOT serial multi-drop connection is a communication method for 1:N communication by connecting multiple GOTs to one PLC, using the GT01-RS4-M serial multi-drop connection unit. For details of GOT multidrop connection, refer to the following. GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) for GT Works3 Serial multi-drop connection unit Connect to the PLC...
  • Page 73: Parts Name

    8.9.4 Parts name Protective cover is installed Protective cover is removed 2- 4.5 57 (2.25") 65 (2.56") Unit: mm (inch) Name Description Installation hole for the main unit Installation hole (2-Φ4.5) POWER Lit in green when the power is properly supplied. Lit in green when the data is being sent to PLC.
  • Page 74: Panel-mounted Usb Port Extension

    GT14-C10EXUSB-4S panel-mounted USB port extension is a waterproof extension cable of the USB. It is used to pull out the USB interface (host) on the back of GT14 to the surface of the control panel. 8.10.1 Applicable panel-mounted USB port extension The following panel-mounted USB port extension is applicable for GT14.
  • Page 75  Precautions on installing the panel-mounted USB port extension (1) Run power lines, servo amplifier drive wires, and panel-mounted USB port extensions so that they do not cross each other. (2) Install the panel-mounted USB port extension away from noise sources such as equipment. (3) Do not twist, bend at a sharp angle or a right angle, and stretch the panel-mounted USB port extension since the cable may be broken.
  • Page 76: Rs-232/485 Signal Conversion Adapter

    In the hardware version A, since 5V power is always supplied, this setting operation is invalid. (3) To use the RS-232/485 signal conversion adaptor, select CoreOS of version V05.28.00AP or later and the standard OS of version V05.28.00 or later for GT14. For details on the version confirmation, refer to the following.
  • Page 77: Utility Function

    UTILITY FUNCTION Utility is a function, which carries out connection of GOT and PLC, screen display and operation method settings, program/data control and self-check etc. For the utility function list, refer to the following. 9.2 Utility Function List 9.1 Utility Execution For utility execution, utility has to be displayed by installing BootOS and Standard monitor OS in the C drive (Flash memory).
  • Page 78: Utility Function List

    9.2 Utility Function List The items in the following list can be set/operated on the utility screens. Item Functions overview Reference Assigning channel numbers and communication drivers to communication interfaces Setting communication parameters Communication setting Setting or deleting sequence program protection key words, canceling sequence Communication setting program protection status (When connecting to FX series CPU) *1*2...
  • Page 79 Item Functions overview Reference Confirming the SRAM user area usage, backing up or restoring the data in the SRAM control 13.2.10 SRAM user area, and initializing the SRAM user area Program/data control GOT data package acquisition Copying the OS, special data, and project data to a SD card or USB memory 13.2.11 Device monitor of PLC, test function, present value change of the buffer memory System monitor...
  • Page 80: Utility Display

    9.3 Utility Display To display setting screens for each utility, the main menu must be displayed first. (1) Main menu The menu items that can be selected from the GOT utility are displayed. Touching a menu item in the main menu displays the setting screen or following selection screen for the item. (2) System message switch button This button switches the language used for the utility screen and system alarms.
  • Page 81 POINT POINT POINT When starting the GOT without selecting any language or the selected language and the installed fonts are not matched. The following screen is displayed. Touching the button of a desired language restarts the GOT and the language is switched to the selected one. HINT HINT HINT...
  • Page 82: Display Operation Of Main Menu

    9.3.1 Display operation of main menu The following four types of operation can display the main menu. (Display the main menu after installing the Standard monitor OS from GT Designer3 to the built-in flash memory of the GOT.) (1) When project data is undownloaded After the GOT is turned on, a dialog box for notifying of absence of project data is displayed.
  • Page 83 (3) When touching special function switch (utility) Touching the special function switch (utility) while user-created screen is displayed displays the main menu. The special function switch (utility) can be set as a touch switch that is displayed on a user-created screen by GT Designer3.
  • Page 84: Utility Basic Configuration

    9.3.2 Utility basic configuration The basic configuration of the screen is as follows. Title display Close/Return button Scroll key Screen (1) Title display The screen title name is displayed in title display part. Title display Title display (2) Close/Return button When a middle screen of the layers is displayed, if the (Close/return) button in the right corner of screen is touched, returns to the previous screen.
  • Page 85: Basic Operation Of Settings Change

    9.3.3 Basic operation of settings change  Change of setting value Setting item Select button Setting item Select button (1) Setting item, select button Touch the select button to change the settings. The setting methods differ depending on the setting items. The following types of setting method are available.
  • Page 86  Keyboard operation Touch the numerical value to be changed. Keyboard for numerical input is displayed and cursor is displayed simultaneously. The key board display position changes by the position of numerical value touched. (At the time of numerical input, displayed in the position which will not interrupt the inputting.) Cursor Keyboard Input numeric with keyboard.
  • Page 87: Communication Interface Setting (communication Setting)

    10. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) In [Communication Setting], the communication interface names and the related communication channel, communication driver names display and channel numbers are set. Moreover, in [Communication Detail setting], the communication interface details are set. (Communication parameters setting) Function Description...
  • Page 88: Communication Setting Contents

    (When changing a communication driver, the alternative communication driver has to be installed in GOT in advance.) (2) Standard interface display BOX Display the communication interface included as standard in GT14. There are the following 4 types. [GOT front face] [GOT rear face]...
  • Page 89 (3) Channel number specification menu BOX Set channel No. to use with standard interface. Refer to this section (4) for driver that can be assigned to each channel. Set when the communication interface is not used. 1, 2: Set when connecting to a controller. Set when connecting with a bar code reader or RFID.
  • Page 90: Communication Setting Operation

    10.1.4 Communication setting operation  Channel-Driver assign operation The following describes how to operate the Channel-Driver assign. The example of changing to the direct CPU connection (Communication driver: [A/QnA/L/QCPU, LJ71C24, QJ71C24]) for the GOT of the computer link connection (Communication driver: [AJ71QC24, MELDAS C6*]) is used. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 91 The screen returns to the [Channel-Driver assign] screen and touch the [OK] button. Touch [ ] button to return to the [Communication Setting] screen. Confirm that the selected communication driver ([A/ QnA/L/QCPU, L/QJ71C24]) is assigned. After confirming, touch the [OK] button. Touching the [ ] button restarts the GOT and the GOT operates with the changed settings.
  • Page 92  Assign Ethernet I/F operation The following describes how to operate the Ethernet I/F assign. The setting operation is same as that of the communication setting screen. Touch the [Assign Ethernet I/F] button in [Communication Setting]. After the screen shown left is displayed, touch the channel number specification menu BOX when changing the channel number.
  • Page 93  5V power supply operation The following describes how to operate the 5V power supply. Touch the [5V power supply] button in [Communication Setting]. Touch the setting item of [5V power supply] when using the RS-232/485 conversion adaptor. The setting content is changed by touching. (YES Select [Yes] to change the setting of the 5V power supply.
  • Page 94: Communication Detail Setting

    10.2 Communication Detail Setting 10.2.1 Communication detail setting functions Function Description Communication parameters Set various communication parameters of communication devices. The settable parameters differ according to the setting communication device. Keyword Register For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be set. Keyword Delete For the FX series PLCs, key word for protecting program in the PLC can be deleted.
  • Page 95  Assign Ethernet I/F Several drivers are assigned to the same Ethernet interface. However, only one GOT IP address is assigned per interface. By changing the settings of one interface, the GOT IP address, GOT port No. download, default gateway and subnet mask settings of other drivers, which are assigned to the same interface, are also changed.
  • Page 96: Display Contents Of Communication Detail Setting

    10.2.3 Display contents of Communication Detail setting The contents of communication detail setting varies according to driver type. This section explains setting items different from the communication detail setting of the drawing software. For setting items other than described in this section, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) ...
  • Page 97  Keyword settings of MELSEC-FX On the communication detail setting screen of MELSEC-FX, registration, deletion, cancellation, or protection of the keyword for FX series PLC can be executed. (1) Regist Keyword is registered. Touching the [Regist] key displays the Registration Selection screen. For a FX PLC that is not compatible with the customer keyword, the keyboard for the keyword input of displayed.
  • Page 98 When the registration is selected or the Regist key is touched on a PLC not compatible with the customer keyword, the keyboard for the keyword input is displayed in a pop-up window. When the keyword is input and the [Enter] key is touched, registration is completed. When [Keyword and Customer Keyword] is selected on the selection screen for the registration, the Customer Keyword entry screen of is displayed.
  • Page 99 POINT POINT POINT (1) Selection of keyword protection level For the devices which can perform the online operation of FX PLC, 3 levels of protection can be set. When the monitoring or setting change by online devices is needed, set the keyword taking the following into consideration.
  • Page 100 (2) Delete Registered keyword is deleted. Touching the [Delete] key pops up a keyboard for keyword input. When the correct keyword is input and the [Enter] key is touched, the keyword is deleted. Target PLC Setting FX PLC compatible with 2nd keyword Input a keyword to be deleted.
  • Page 101: Ethernet Setting

    10.3 Ethernet Setting 10.3.1 Ethernet setting functions The contents of the Ethernet setting in drawing software can be checked. The setting of the host station can be changed. For Ethernet setting, refer to the following. GOT1000 Series Connection Manual for GT Works3 10.3.2 Display operation of Ethernet setting Communication setting Main menu...
  • Page 102: Display Contents Of Ethernet Setting

    10.3.3 Display contents of Ethernet setting The following describes the setting items and the display contents of the Ethernet setting. (1) Channel selection tab Channels can be switched. Switching to the channel which does not have the Ethernet setting is not available. [*] is displayed on the tab of the channel whose setting is changed.
  • Page 103  Change of host Touch the device to be set as the host. Touch the [OK] button. Touching the [ ] button restarts the GOT and the GOT operates with the changed settings. 10 - 17 10. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) 10.3 Ethernet Setting...
  • Page 104 10 - 18 10. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE SETTING (COMMUNICATION SETTING) 10.3 Ethernet Setting...
  • Page 105: Display And Operation Settings (got Set Up)

    11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) Setting screen for display and setting screen for operation can be displayed from the utility screen. In the setting screen for display and the setting screen for operation, the following settings can be set. Item Description Reference...
  • Page 106: Display Operation Of Display

    POINT POINT POINT (1) Display setting by GT Designer3 Select [Common Settings] [GOT Environment Settings] [GOT Setup] from GT Designer3 to make the settings of opening screen time, screen save time and screen save backlight. To change a part of the setting after downloading the project data, change the setting at the display setting of GOT.
  • Page 107: Display Operations

    11.1.3 Display operations  Language Touching the setting items displays the Select Language screen. Touching the button of a desired language selects the language and returns the screen to the Display screen. Touching [OK] button defines the setting contents. Touching [ ] button without touching [OK] button displays the dialogue box shown on the left.
  • Page 108  Opening screen, screen save time Touching the setting time (numerical) displays the keyboard. Input numeric with the keyboard. Touching [OK] button defines the setting contents. Touching [ ] button without touching [OK] button displays the dialogue box shown on the left. [OK] button: The changed value is canceled, and the screen is closed.
  • Page 109: Brightness, Contrast

     Brightness, contrast Touching the setting items displays the brightness contrast adjustment screen. (For monochrome screen) Brightness can be adjusted by touching [+], [-] key of brightness adjustment. Contrast can be adjusted by touching [+], [-] key of contrast adjustment. Touching [OK] button defines the setting contents.
  • Page 110: Operation Setting (settings Regarding Operation)

    11.2 Operation Setting (Settings Regarding Operation) 11.2.1 Operation setting functions Setting regarding GOT operation can be set. The items which can be set are described below. Touching the each item part makes the respective setting become possible. Function Description Setting range OFF/SHORT/LONG Buzzer volume setting Buzzer volume setting can be changed.
  • Page 111: Display Operation Of Operation

    11.2.2 Display operation of Operation Main menu GOT setup 9.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [GOT setup] [Operation] Operation Touch an item to change settings 11 - 7 11. DISPLAY AND OPERATION SETTINGS (GOT SET UP) 11.2 Operation Setting (Settings Regarding Operation)
  • Page 112: Setting Operation Of Operation

    11.2.3 Setting operation of operation  Buzzer volume, window move buzzer volume Touching the setting item changes the setting items. Touching [OK] button defines the setting contents. Touching [ ] button restarts the GOT and reflects the setting contents.  Security setting For the security setting operation, refer to the following.
  • Page 113: Security Level Change

    11.2.4 Security level change  Security level change functions Changes the security level to the same security level set by each object or screen switch. To change the security level, input the password of the security level which is set in GT Designer3. Security level setting, Password setting....
  • Page 114  Security level change operation (1) Password input operation By touching [0] to [9] , [A] to [F] key, the password of the changed security level is input. When correcting the input character, touch [Del] key to delete the correcting character and input the password again.
  • Page 115: Utility Call Key Setting

    11.2.5 Utility Call Key Setting  Utility call key setting function The key position for calling the main menu of the utility can be specified. For the key position, 0 or 1 point can be specified from 4 corners on the screen. By keeping pressing the screen, a setting to switch the screen to the utility is available.
  • Page 116  Setting operation of utility call key Touch displayed at the 4 corners of ● the setting screen. The button repeats ● with every touch. Set the corner to be set to a key position to ● For the key position, 0 or 1 point only can be set. When setting 1 point, specify the time to switch to the utility in case of keeping pressing the key position.
  • Page 117: Adjusting The Touch Panel Position (touch Panel Calibration)

    11.2.6 Adjusting the touch panel position (Touch panel calibration)  Touch panel calibration setting function Touch panel reading error can be corrected. Normally the adjustment is not required, however, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period of use elapses. When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, correct the position with this function.
  • Page 118  Touch panel calibration operation Touch the point displayed on the screen with the finger one by one to make the setting. Touch the center of the displayed on the upper left precisely. Touch the point displayed on the upper right. Touch the point displayed on the lower left.
  • Page 119: Usb Mouse/keyboard Setting

    11.2.7 USB mouse/keyboard setting  Function of USB mouse/keyboard To install and use the USB mouse/keyboard on the GOT, set the USB mouse/keyboard.  Display operation of USB mouse/keyboard Main menu GOT setup Operation 9.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [GOT setup] [Operation] Touch [USB mouse/keyboard]...
  • Page 120 To move the mouse cursor to the touched position, touch the setting item of [Interlock with mouse cursor touch operation]. The setting content is changed by touching. (YES To use the USB keyboard, touch the setting item of [Use USB keyboard]. The setting content is changed by touching.
  • Page 121: Vnc(r) Server Function Setting

    11.2.8 VNC(R) server function setting  ® server function setting ® ® In the VNC server function setting, the authorization guarantee time for the VNC server function can be set. ® For the details of the VNC server function, refer to the following. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) Function Description...
  • Page 122: Transparent Mode Setting

    11.3 Transparent Mode Setting  Function of the transparent mode When using the multi-channel function, the channel No. of a controller to which the FA transparent function is executed can be specified. For the multi-channel function and FA transparent function, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) for GT Works3 Function Description...
  • Page 123: Backup/restoration Setting

    11.4 Backup/Restoration Setting The storage location for backup data can be set. For how to use the backup/restoration, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Extended/Option Functions Manual for GT Works3 Set the following items with touching the items on the GOT. Item Description Setting range...
  • Page 124  Setting operation of backup/restoration setting (1) Drive for backup setting, drive for backup data Touching the setting item changes the setting items. Touching [OK] button defines the setting contents. Touching [ ] button returns the screen to the [GOT Setup] screen.
  • Page 125: Trigger Backup Settings

     Trigger backup settings When the conditions of the trigger specified for each backup setting (Rise, Time) are met, the GOT automatically backs up data. How to use the trigger backup, refer to the following manual. GOT1000 Series Extended/Option Functions Manual for GT Works3 ...
  • Page 126: Behavior Of Duplicate Ips

    11.5 Behavior of Duplicate IPs  Setting function for Behavior of duplicate IPs The GOT operation can be set when a device with the same IP address as that of the GOT is added to the network afterwards. Function Description Setting range Maintain a network connection(rec) The GOT operation can be set when a device with the same IP address as that of...
  • Page 127  Display operation of Behavior of duplicate IPs Main Menu GOT setup 9.3 Utility Display) Touch [GOT setup] Touch [Behavior of duplicate IPs] Behavior of duplicate IPs  Setting operation of Behavior of duplicate IPs Touching the setting item changes the setting items. •...
  • Page 128 POINT POINT POINT (1) Precautions for selecting [Do not maintain a network connection] When selecting [Do not maintain a network connection], the GOT is disconnected from the network at the addition of a device with the same IP address as the GOT. Therefore, there is a possibility that the running GOT cannot be communicated by IP address setting mistakes or intended actions by malicious users, and the system control may be influenced by those errors.
  • Page 129: License Management

    11.6 License Management For using functions which require a license, register the license for the GOT. For releasing a registered license for the GOT, also execute on the license management screen. Item Description Setting range ® ® server function Registers/deletes the license of the VNC server function.
  • Page 130  Setting operation of License management (1) When registering a license number for the GOT Touch the license number input area on the license management screen, and then the keyboard appears on the bottom of the screen. Touch the [Regist] button to register the input license number.
  • Page 131: Clock Settings And Battery Status Display (time Setting And Display)

    12. CLOCK SETTINGS AND BATTERY STATUS DISPLAY (TIME SETTING AND DISPLAY) Setting items for clock display can be displayed from the GOT utility screen. 12.1 Time Setting and Display 12.1.1 Time setting and display functions Time settings and displaying of the status of GOT built-in battery are possible. Function Description Reference...
  • Page 132: Operation Of Time Setting

     Operation of time setting (1) Clock setting Setup the method to adjust the time between GOT clock data and the clock data of controller connected to the GOT. It is same as set in the GOT setup in Environmental Setting of GT Designer3. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) Setting Description...
  • Page 133 (2) Clock display Carry out the display and setting of GOT clock data. The setup methods of clock data are shown below. Touching the clock display section displays the keyboard for input and stops the clock update. Input time with the keyboard by referring to the table below.
  • Page 134 12 - 4 12. CLOCK SETTINGS AND BATTERY STATUS DISPLAY (TIME SETTING AND DISPLAY) 12.1 Time Setting and Display...
  • Page 135: File Display And Copy(program/data Control)

    13. FILE DISPLAY AND COPY (PROGRAM/DATA CONTROL) The display of OS, project data or alarm data which is written in the GOT or SD card and the data transmission between GOT and SD card/USB memory are possible. The format of the SD card/USB memory is also possible. 13.1 Data Storage Location 13.1.1 Data type and storage location ...
  • Page 136  At maintenance Read C drive D drive (Built-in flash memory) (Built-in SRAM) Alarm Hard copy Copy Copy Recipe GT Designer3 Alarm Alarm Logging Hard copy Hard copy Copy files on A drive E drive Windows (Standard CF card) (USB drive) Alarm Hard copy Recipe...
  • Page 137: Os Version Confirmation

    13.1.2 OS version confirmation Confirm the OS version carefully when install BootOS and Standard monitor OS. When OS is installed, GOT checks and compares the OS version automatically. (1) When install BootOS When the BootOS to be installed has the older major version, GOT displays the installation disapproving message to cancel the installation so that the older version may not be written.
  • Page 138: Capacity Confirmation Of The Project Data Downloading Location

    13.1.3 Capacity confirmation of the project data downloading location When download the project data, confirm the capacity of the user area in the drive to which transferred, the transferred project data size, the transfer size and buffering area size of the optional function OS in advance to judge whether to carry out the download.
  • Page 139: Various Data Control

    13.2 Various Data Control 13.2.1 OS information  Function of OS information Each file name/folder name of BootOS and OS (Standard monitor OS, PC communication driver and Option OS) by which each drive (A: Built-in SD card, C: Built-in flash memory, E: USB memory) holds can be displayed in lists. Installation and uploading of the files are also possible.
  • Page 140: Display Example Of Os Information

     Display example of OS information OS information OS information Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description The target drive which displays file or folder can be selected. Select drive When the SD card is not installed, [A:Built-in SD card] is not displayed. If the USB memory is not installed, [E: USB drive] is not displayed.
  • Page 141  OS information operation (1) Display operation of OS information Touching a drive in [Select drive] displays the information of the first folder of the touched drive. Touching a folder name displays the information of the touched folder. Touching a folder name of [ . . ] displays the information of the folder in one upper hierarchy.
  • Page 142 (2) Installation operation BootOS and OS which are written in the A drive (built-in SD card) or E drive (USB drive) can be installed in GOT. (This item explains using the A drive.) Install the SD card to which the BootOS or OS to install is written to the GOT.
  • Page 143 (3) Upload operation BootOS and OS in the C drive (Flash Memory) can be uploaded to the A drive (Built-in SD card) and E drive (USB drive). The SD card after uploading can be used for installing the OS on another GOT. 16.
  • Page 144 (4) Property display operation Displays the property of the file stored in the selected folder. Touching [Property] button after selecting the property displaying target folder displays the [Property] screen shown left. In the [Property] screen, the following information is displayed for each file selected by Item Description Name...
  • Page 145: Alarm Information

    13.2.2 Alarm information  Function of alarm information The extended alarm log file or alarm log file held by each drive (A: Built-in SD card, C: Flash Memory, D: Internal SRAM, E: USB drive) is displayed. The functions below can be carried out for files. The USB drive only stores log files, and cannot be displayed.
  • Page 146  Display example of Alarm information Alarm information screen Alarm information: Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description The target drive which displays file or folder can be selected. When SD card or USB memory is not installed, the following drives are not displayed. Select drive •...
  • Page 147  Alarm information operation (1) Display operation of Alarm information Touching a drive of [Select drive] displays the Alarm information screen information of the touched drive. Touching a folder name displays the information of the touched folder. Touching a folder of [ . . ] displays the information of the folder of the one upper hierarchy.
  • Page 148 (2) G1A CSV conversion operation, G1A TXT conversion operation The selected G1A file is converted to CSV file or TXT file. Touch and select the G1A file to convert into a CSV file or a TXT file. (Example: When [G1A CSV] button is touched) The following dialog box is displayed when touching the following button according to the file type to...
  • Page 149 (3) Deletion operation Deletes selected files. Touch and select the file to delete. Touching [Delete] button displays the dialog mentioned left. Touching [OK] button deletes the file. Touching [Cancel] button cancels the deletion. When the deletion is completed, the completion dialog is displayed.
  • Page 150 (4) Copy operation Copies the selected file. Touch and select the file to copy. Touching [Copy] button displays the message Dialog for selecting a copy destination drive [Please select a destination.] in the left bottom of the screen. If the copy destination folder is touched, the screen display is changed to the folder of copy destination.
  • Page 151: Project Information

    13.2.3 Project Information  Function of project information The project data files stored in each drive (A: Built-in SD card, C: Flash Memory, E: USB memory) can be displayed by lists. In addition, the files can be downloaded, uploaded, deleted or copied, etc. Function Description Reference...
  • Page 152: Display Example Of Project Information

     Display example of Project information Project information Project information Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description The drive by which a file or folder is displayed can be selected. Select drive When the SD card is not installed, [A:Built-in SD card] is not displayed. If the USB memory is not installed, [E: USB drive] is not displayed.
  • Page 153  Operation of project information (1) Display operation of Project information Touching a drive in Select drive displays the project data in the drive. Touching project data selects and inverts it. For operation of delete, copy, property, data check, download, upload, refer to the following. Delete........
  • Page 154 (3) Copy operation Uploads the project data written in the C drive (Flash Memory) to the A drive (Built-in SD card)/E drive (USB drive). • Copying to another directory in the same drive • Copying between A drive and E drive Copy to/from C drive or copy to C drive/D drive is disabled.
  • Page 155 Touch [OK] button. If there is no file of the same name in the copy destination folder, starts to copy. When there is a file of the same name in the copy destination folder, the dialog mentioned left is displayed without starting the copy. If copy, in this case, the copied file is overwritten to the project data in the copy destination folder.
  • Page 156 (5) Data check operation Carries out data check of the selected project file. Touch [Data check] button after selecting a data When data is normal. check target file. The dialog mentioned left will be displayed after executing data check. Touching [OK] button closes the dialog. When data is erroneous.
  • Page 157 Mount the SD card/USB memory to GOT. For the SD card installation/removal method, refer to the following. 8.1.2 Installing and removing procedures of the SD card 8.2.2 Installing and removing procedures of the USB memory Touch [A: Built-in SD card] of [Select drive]. Touching [Download] button displays the screen shown on the left.
  • Page 158 (b) Setup operation Sets the project data stored in the A drive (Built-in SD card) to be used in the GOT. The GOT monitors using the monitor data in the A drive. POINT POINT POINT Before setup operation When storing project data from GT Designer3 to SD card, select [A: Standard SD Card] for [Project Data] in [Boot Drive].
  • Page 159 (7) Upload/setup cancel operation (a) Upload operation By upload operation, the project data is transferred from the C drive (Flash Memory) to the A drive (Build-in SD card) or E drive (USB drive). The SD card or USB memory after uploading can be used for downloading project data to another GOT. (This item explains using the A drive.) POINT POINT...
  • Page 160 (b) Setup cancel operation By setup cancel, setup is canceled. Touch [A: Built-in SD card] of [Select drive]. Touching [Upload] button displays the screen shown on the left. Touching [OK] button executes the setup cancel. When the setup cancel is completed, the dialog box mentioned left is displayed.
  • Page 161: Hard Copy Information

    13.2.4 Hard copy information  Function of hardcopy information Carries out delete, copy and move to the file created by the hardcopy function. For details of hard copy function, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) Function Description Reference...
  • Page 162  Display example of Hardcopy information Hard copy information Hard copy information Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description The target drive which displays file or folder can be selected. When SD card or USB memory is not installed, the following drives are not displayed. Select drive •...
  • Page 163  Hardcopy information operation (1) Display operation of Hardcopy information Touching a drive of [Select drive] displays the information of the touched drive. Touching a folder name displays the information of the touched folder. Touching a folder of [ . . ] displays the information of the folder of the one upper hierarchy.
  • Page 164 (2) Deletion operation Deletes selected files. Touch and select the file to delete. Touching [Del] button displays the screen mentioned left. Touching [OK] button deletes the file. Touching [Cancel] button cancels the deletion. When the deletion is completed, the completion dialog is displayed.
  • Page 165 (3) Copy operation Copies the selected file. Touch and select the file to copy. Touching [Copy] button displays the message [Please select a destination.] in the left bottom of the screen. If the copy destination folder is touched, the screen display is changed to the folder of copy destination.
  • Page 166 (4) Rename operation Renames the selected file. Touch and select the file to change the name. Touching [Rename] button displays the screen shown left. Input the file name to be changed. By touching the following button, input text type is changed.
  • Page 167: Advanced Recipe Information

    13.2.5 Advanced recipe information POINT POINT POINT Before using advanced recipe information For writing/reading into/from a controller with this function or editing of advanced recipe file on the personal computer, refer to the following manual. Specifications and operating procedure are described. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) ...
  • Page 168  Display operation of Advanced Recipe information Main menu Program/data control 9.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch [Program/data control] [Advanced Recipe information] Advanced Recipe information 13 - 34 13. FILE DISPLAY AND COPY (PROGRAM/DATA CONTROL) 13.2 Various Data Control...
  • Page 169  Display example of Advanced Recipe information (1) Advanced recipe information screen Advanced Recipe Information Advanced Recipe Information screen Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description Select drive The target drive can be selected. (Even if SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Indicates the type of the displayed name (file or folder).
  • Page 170 (2) Advanced recipe record list screen Touching the [Execute] button on the advanced recipe information screen after selecting the advanced recipe file, this screen appears. Records selected in each advanced recipe file can be displayed or saved/loaded. Number Item Description Record No.
  • Page 171  Advanced recipe information operation (1) Display operation of Advanced Recipe information Touching a drive of [Select drive] displays the information of the touched drive. Touching a folder name displays the information of the touched folder. Touching a folder name of [ . . ] displays the information of the folder in one upper hierarchy.
  • Page 172 (2) G1P CSV conversion operation, G1P TXT conversion operation Advanced recipe file (G1P file) is converted to CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on personal computer. Touch and select the G1P file to convert into a CSV file or a Unicode text file.
  • Page 173 (3) CSV/TXT G1P conversion operation CSV file or Unicode text file is converted to an advanced recipe file (G1P file). To select the file, touch the check box of CSV file or Unicode text file to be converted to a G1P file. Select the target folder.
  • Page 174 (4) Deletion operation Folder and file to be used on advanced recipe are deleted. Touch and select the file/folder to delete. Touching [Del] button displays the dialog mentioned left. Touching [OK] button deletes the file/folder. (While executing, "Processing..."message appears on the screen.) Touching [Cancel] button cancels the deletion.
  • Page 175 (5) Copy operation Folder to be used in advanced recipe is copied. Touch and select the file to copy. Touch the [Copy] button. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for outputting directly below the drive.) At this time, it cannot be copied into the same folder where the file exists.
  • Page 176 (6) Move operation Files to be used in advanced recipe are moved. Touch and select the file to move. Touch the [Move] button. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for moving directly below the drive.) Touching [Execute] button displays the dialog box shown left.
  • Page 177 (7) Rename operation File name to be used in advanced recipe is changed. Touch and select the file to change the name. Touching [Rename] button displays the screen shown left. Input the file name to be changed. By touching the following button, input text type is changed.
  • Page 178 (8) Folder create operation Folder to be used in advanced recipe is created. Touch the [Create Folder] button. The input key window shown left appears, then input the file name to be created. By touching the following button, input text type is changed.
  • Page 179 (9) G1P file create operation Advanced recipe file (G1P file) is created. When advanced recipe is only executed on Utility, advanced recipe file should be created with this function in advance. Touch the [Create G1P] button. The screen to select the advanced recipe setting is displayed.
  • Page 180 When the file, whose name is the same, exists in the destination folder, the dialog box shown left appears without starting the creation. Touching the [OK] button overwrites the file. Touching [Cancel] button cancels creating. When creating is completed, completion dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 181 (10) Record load operation Selected record value is loaded in the device of controller. Select the recipe file and touch the [Execute] button. As the Advanced Recipe Record List screen is displayed, select the record comment to which you want to load the device value. Touching the [Load record GOT PLC] button displays the dialog box shown left.
  • Page 182 (11) Record save operation Device value of a controller is saved in the selected record. Select the recipe file and touch the [Execute] button. As the Advanced Recipe Record List screen is displayed, select the record comment for saving the device value.
  • Page 183 (12) Record match operation Verifies weather selected record matches to the device value of the controller. After executing loading/saving with advanced recipe, verifies weather its contents are reflected. Select the recipe file and touch the [Execute] button. As the Advanced Recipe Record List screen is displayed, select the record comment for matching the device value.
  • Page 184 (13) Device value delete operation The device value of selected record is deleted (without value) and changed to record only for reading. (The record name is not deleted.) Select the recipe file and touch the [Execute] button. As the Advanced Recipe Record List screen is displayed, select the record comment to be deleted.
  • Page 185  Precautions (1) When creating folder/file (a) Number of characters set for folder or file name when creating folder/file. GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 186 (2) Precautions for operation (a) Precautions during folder/file operation (Create/Delete/Copy/File output, etc) Even if SD card access switch has been turned OFF while GOT is processing folders and files, the processing continues to be executed. (Example: Even if SD card access switch has been turned OFF while GOT is creating a folder, the folder is created.) Therefore, do not pull out the SD card while the "Processing..."...
  • Page 187: Logging Information

    13.2.6 Logging information  Function of logging information Logging files created with the logging function can be copied, deleted or renamed, etc. Without using a PC, you can manage logging files on the GOT. For details of the logging function, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) Function Description...
  • Page 188  Display example of Logging information Logging Information Logging Information Storage file/folder display screen Number Item Description Select drive The target drive can be selected. (Even if SD card is not installed, this message appears.) Indicates the type of the displayed name (file or folder). Kind In case of file, displays the extension;...
  • Page 189  Logging information operation (1) Display operation of logging information Touching a drive of [Select Drive] displays the information of the touched drive. Touching a folder name displays the information of the touched folder. Touching a folder name of [ . . ] displays the information of the folder in one upper hierarchy.
  • Page 190 (2) Operation of G1L CSV conversion G1L TXT conversion Logging file (G1L file) is converted to CSV file or Unicode text file that can be displayed/edited on PC. Touch and select the G1L file to convert into a CSV file or a Unicode text file. Touch the following button in accordance with destination file type.
  • Page 191 (3) Deletion operation Folder and file to be used on logging are deleted. Touch and select the file/folder to delete. Touching [Del] button displays the dialog mentioned left. Touching [OK] button deletes the file/folder. (While executing, "Processing..."message appears on the screen.) Touching [Cancel] button cancels the deletion.
  • Page 192 (4) Copy operation Folder to be used in logging is copied. Touch and select the file to copy. Touch the [Copy] button. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for outputting directly below the drive.) At this time, it cannot be copied into the same folder where the file exists.
  • Page 193 (5) Move operation An operation log file is moved. Touch and select the file to move. Touch the [Move] button. Select the target folder. (Selecting a folder is not needed for moving directly below the drive.) Touching [Execute] button displays the dialog box shown left.
  • Page 194 (6) Rename operation An operation log file is changed. Touch and select the file to change the name. Touching [Rename] button displays the screen shown left. Input the file name to be changed. By touching the following button, input text type is changed.
  • Page 195 (7) Folder create operation An operation log folder is created. Touch the [Create Folder] button. The input key window shown left appears, then input the file name to be created. By touching the following button, input text type is changed. [A-Z]: English capital [0-9]: Numeric/Symbol Touching [Enter] button displays the dialog box...
  • Page 196  Precautions (1) When creating folder/file (a) Number of characters set for folder or file name when creating folder/file. GOT recognizes file location according to path explained below. Specify folder or file name, and total characters of path cannot exceed 78 characters. Users only can rename folder or file name.
  • Page 197: Memory Card Format

    13.2.7 Memory card format  Function of the memory card format Format the SD card/USB memory/Internal SRAM.  Display operation of Memory card Format Main menu Program/Data control 9.3 Utility Display) Touch [Memory card Format] Touch [Program/data control] Move to Memory card format Memory card Format 13 - 63 13.
  • Page 198  Memory card format operation Mount the SD card/USB memory to GOT. For inserting/removing method of SD card/USB memory, refer to the following. 8.1.2 Installing and removing procedures of the SD card 8.2.2 Installing and removing procedures of the USB memory Touch and select the drive to format by drive selection.
  • Page 199: Memory Information

    13.2.8 Memory information  Memory information functions Displays the flash memory empty area size available for the user of each drive and Boot drive empty area size. Confirming memory empty space is enabled without connecting a PC.  Display operation of Memory information Main menu Program/Data control 9.3 Utility Display)
  • Page 200: Usb Device Status Display

    13.2.9 USB device status display  Function of USB device status display This function displays a list of the USB device connection status in the GOT. Also, this screen is used to remove the USB device from GOT.  Display operation of USB device status display Main menu Program/Data control 9.3 Utility Display)
  • Page 201  USB device status display operation When the USB device is installed to GOT, the screen shown left is displayed. USB mass storage is displayed in Device, and [Stop] button is displayed in Attach. Touching the [Stop] button displays the dialog box shown left.
  • Page 202: Sram Control

    13.2.10 SRAM control  Function of SRAM control The SRAM user area usage can be confirmed, data in the SRAM user area can be backed up or restored, and the SRAM user area is initialized. For the available functions in the SRAM user area, refer to the following. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Functions) ...
  • Page 203  Display example of SRAM control (6) (7) (10) (12) (11) (13) (14) Number Item Description Check box Touch the check box to select or clear the item. Displays the used functions in the order of the advanced system alarm, advanced user alarm, and logging Function name function.
  • Page 204  SRAM control operation (1) Operation to initialize all or selected areas of the SRAM user area Perform any of the following operations. • To initialize all areas of the SRAM user area, touch the [Initialize all] button. • To initialize selected areas of the SRAM user area, select the check box of the area to be initialized, and then touch the [Initialize selected area] button.
  • Page 205 (2) Operation to restore data To restore data in the drive to the SRAM user area Select the drive where the data is stored, and then touch the [Restoration] button. The dialog box shown left appears. Check the description of the dialog box. To restore all data in the SRAM user area, touch the [OK] button.
  • Page 206 (3) Operation to back up all data in the SRAM user area To back up data in the SRAM user area to a drive Select the drive where the data is to be stored, and then touch the [Backup all area] button. The dialog box shown left appears.
  • Page 207: Got Data Package Acquisition

    13.2.11 GOT data package acquisition  GOT data package acquisition function The GOT data package acquisition copies the installed OS or data in the GOT main unit to the SD card or USB memory. • OS (Boot OS, standard monitor OS, communication driver, extended function OS, option OS) •...
  • Page 208: Operator Information Management

    13.2.12 Operator information management  Operator management (1) Operator management function The function enables displaying a list of the operator information and adding, changing, or deleting the operator information to be used. A password for operator authentication can be changed when the password is out of date. Functions for the operator authentication (automatic logout time, authentication method, password expiration date, etc.) can be set.
  • Page 209 (3) Display example of operator management (a) Operator information management screen Item Description Operator Name Displays operator names. Displays operator IDs. Level Displays security levels for operators. Update Displays the last updated dates of the operator information. Operation keys Execution keys for each function Displays and sets the storage location for imported and exported operator information.
  • Page 210 (b) Operator information edit screen Touch the [Add] button or touch the [Edit] button with the operator information selected on the Operator information management screen, and then the Operator information edit screen is displayed. The operator information can be edited. Item Description The operator name to be edited is displayed or input an operator name to be added.
  • Page 211 (4) Operator management operation Touch [Operator management] in the operator setting menu. The Admin password authentication screen is displayed, and then input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. : Alphabet capital : Alphabet small letter : Numeric When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key.
  • Page 212 (a) Add operation Add operator information to the GOT. Touch the [Add] button. The Operator information edit screen is displayed, and then touch an item to be edited. (a) OperatorName (b) OperatorID (c) Level (d) Password (e) Make a permanent password (f) Use ext.
  • Page 213 For changing passwords during editing, touch the password. The New password input dialog box is displayed, and then input a password. When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key. When the password input is completed, the New password input confirmation dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 214 (b) Edit operation Edit the operator information stored in the GOT. Select the operator information to be edited with touching the operator information. Touch the [Edit] button. The Operator information edit screen is displayed, and then touch an item to be edited. (a) Level (b) Password (c) Make a permanent password...
  • Page 215 (c) Delete operation Delete the operator information stored in the GOT. Select the operator information to be deleted with touching the operator information. Touch the [Delete] button, and then the dialog box shown left is displayed. Touch the [OK] button, and then the selected operator information is deleted.
  • Page 216 (d) Undo operation Restore the current operator information to the previous saved one. Touch the [Undo] button. The dialog box shown left is displayed, and then touch the [OK] button. The Admin password authentication screen is displayed, and then input the administrator password.
  • Page 217 (e) Import operation Import the operator information that is already exported to a SD card to the GOT. Touch the [Import] button. The dialog box shown left is displayed. Touch button, and then the Admin password authentication screen is displayed. Input the administrator password.
  • Page 218 Export operation Export the operator information stored in the GOT to a SD card. Touch the [Export] button. The dialog box on the left is displayed. Touch the following buttons according to the output format for the file. Binary file: button Binary CSV file:...
  • Page 219  Password change (1) Password change function The passwords to be used for the operator authentication can be changed. For the password change, log into the GOT in advance with the operator name corresponding to the password to be changed. (2) Display operation of password change Main menu Debug &...
  • Page 220 (3) Password change operation Log into the GOT with the operator name corresponding to the password to be changed on the Main Menu screen for the utility. Touch [Password change] in the operator setting menu, and then the Password change dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 221: Function Setting

     Function setting (1) Function setting function The functions for the operator information can be set. The following items can be set. Items Description Reference The time from when the last time the GOT is operated until when you automatically log out of the GOT can be Automatic logout time set.
  • Page 222 (3) Function setting operation Touch [Function setting] in the operator setting menu, and then the Admin password authentication dialog box is displayed. Input the administrator password. Character types to be input can be changed with touching the following buttons. : Alphabet capital : Alphabet small letter : Numeric When the input is completed, touch the [Enter]...
  • Page 223 (c) Touch [Password expiration date], and then the Password expiration date edit dialog box is displayed. Input the expiration date. When the input is completed, touch the [Enter] key. (d) Initial position input Set the initial position input (byte count) of external authentication ID from among the data read from the external authentication device.
  • Page 224: Display Example Of Got Data Package Acquisition

     Display example of GOT data package acquisition Number Item Description Displays the drive where OS and data can be copied. Select drive The [A: Built-in SD card] is not displayed when SD card is not installed. If the USB memory is not installed, [E: USB drive] is not displayed. Copy Touching the button starts copying.
  • Page 225 POINT POINT POINT Estimation of processing time The time required for the processing depends on conditions such as OS, data capacity, and file structure. (Reference value) • When the capacity is 4 Mbytes: Around 6 seconds • When the capacity is 12 Mbytes: Around 18 seconds (5) Precautions for operation (a) Copying project data If the Boot source drive and copy destination drive for project data is the same, the project data cannot be...
  • Page 226 13 - 92 13. FILE DISPLAY AND COPY (PROGRAM/DATA CONTROL) 13.2 Various Data Control...
  • Page 227: Got Self Check (debug And Self Check)

    14. GOT SELF CHECK (DEBUG AND SELF CHECK) The GOT can display the screen for debugging and self-checking. The following describes the functions available as the debugging and self checking functions. Item Description Reference Debug System monitor, A list editor, FX list editor, Backup/restoration 14-1 Self check Memory check, Display check, Touch panel check, I/O check, Ethernet status check...
  • Page 228: Backup/restoration

    14.1.4 Backup/restoration  Display operation of Backup/restoration Main Menu Debug & self check Debug 9.3 Utility Display) Touch [Debug] Touch Touch [Backup/restoration] [Debug & self check] Backup/restoration function  Operation of Backup/restoration Backup/restore data from the controller to GOT, or delete backup data with the backup/restoration. GOT data package acquisition is also possible.
  • Page 229: Self Check

    14.2 Self Check The following describes the functions available as the self check function. Item Description Reference Carries out write/read check of the SD card, USB memory, built-in flash memory, or internal SRAM. Memory check 14-3 5 9 2 0 [Password] Drawing check Carries out missing bit check, color check and drawing check.
  • Page 230: Memory Check Operation

     Memory check operation Carries out write/read check of memory. POINT POINT POINT When drive is not displayed When the drive (memory) to check is not displayed, confirm the mounting procedure or memory type with reference to the following. 8.1 SD Card 8.2 USB Memory When no faults are found in mounting, etc, a memory failure may be arisen.
  • Page 231 POINT POINT POINT (1) Password change The password cannot be changed. When input password error, the cancel dialog box is displayed. Touching [OK] returns to the Memory check screen. (2) When error is found in memory When error is found by memory check, the dialog box indicating the area in which the error occurred is displayed.
  • Page 232: Drawing Check

    14.2.2 Drawing check  Drawing check function The drawing check function carries out display checks as missing bit check, color check, basic figure display check, move check among screens.  Display operation of drawing check Main Menu Debug & self check Self check 9.3 Utility Display) Touch...
  • Page 233  Drawing check operation The screen for drawing check can be displayed by touching [Drawing check] on the Display check menu. (1) Before execute drawing check Touching the upper right part of the screen proceeds to the next check in each step during drawing check. Touching the upper left part of the screen returns to the [Display check] screen.
  • Page 234 (c) Move check among screens • Pattern 1: Shape transformation, color check The drawn figures are displayed in order and at regular intervals. If the shape and color are displayed visually in order, it is normal To Pattern 2 Pattern 1 •...
  • Page 235 • Pattern 3: Shape transformation, color check The overlapped shapes of pattern 1 and pattern 2 are displayed. If the shape and color are displayed visually in order, it is normal. To Pattern 4 • Pattern 4: Shape check The drawn figures are displayed in order and at regular intervals. If the shape and interval are displayed visually in order, it is normal.
  • Page 236: Font Check

    14.2.3 Font check  Font check function The font check is a function which confirms fonts installed in GOT. The character data of the font is displayed on the upper left part of the screen one by one.  Display operation of Font check Main Menu Debug &...
  • Page 237  Font check operation Font check starts by touching [Font Check] in the [Display check] screen. The character data of the built-in font (in the built-in flash memory) can be checked visually to confirm the font drawings by displaying the character data serially on the screen. (1) Before execute font check Touching the upper right part of the screen proceeds to the next check in each step during Font check.
  • Page 238: Touch Panel Check

    14.2.4 Touch panel check  Touch panel check function Touch panel check function checks whether there are no dead zone area in 2 dots 2 dots.  Display operation of Touch panel check Main menu Debug & self check Self check 9.3 Utility Display) Touch Touch...
  • Page 239  Touch panel check operations Touching [Touch panel check] of self-check displays a black-filled screen over the entire screen area. Touch a part of the screen. The touched part becomes a yellow-filled display. Black-filled screen Yellow color Touching the upper left part returns to the self-check. Upper-left touch position POINT POINT...
  • Page 240: I/o Check

    14.2.5 I/O check  I/O check function The I/O check is a function which checks whether GOT and PLC can communicate with each other. If I/O check ends normally, the communication interface and the connection cable hardware are normal. To execute I/O check, the communication driver has to be installed in GOT in advance from GT Designer3. Note that the GOT restarts when this function is performed.
  • Page 241 Touching [Self] carries out the hardware check of RS-232 interface. For preparation for the self-loopback communication check, insert the connector for self-loopback check GT14 (Rear face) (Customer purchased) shown in the diagram left in the RS-232 interface. For this connector, short 2 and 3 pins, 7 and 8 pins and 4 and 6 pins, respectively.
  • Page 242 After selecting [Self], the transferred data and received data are verified through the self-loopback connector. When the GOT cannot receive the data during the data transmission, the dialog box shown left appears and the GOT restarts in five seconds. When the dialog box shown left appears, check the following.
  • Page 243: Ethernet Status Check

    14.2.6 Ethernet status check  Ethernet status check function Ethernet status check is a function that sends a ping to check the connection status with the equipment on the Ethernet.  Display operation of Ethernet status check Main menu Debug & self check Self check 9.3 Utility Display) Touch...
  • Page 244  Operation of Ethernet status check If touch the select button of [IP address of the other terminal], a keyboard is displayed. Enter the IP address of the other terminal with the keyboard. <Default: 192.168.3.39> If touch the [Ping transmission] button, a ping is sent to the IP address entered in [IP address of the other station].
  • Page 245: System Alarm Display

    14.3 System Alarm Display  System alarm function System alarm is the function to display error code and error message when an error occurs in GOT, controller or network. System alarms can be reset on the System alarm display screen. For details of system alarm, refer to the following manual.
  • Page 246  Operation of system alarm display (1) System alarm display resetting Eliminate each cause of the system alarm being occurred. Error causes can be identified by the error code, error message and channel No. displayed on the System alarm screen. 18.
  • Page 247: Got Start Time

    14.4 GOT start time  GOT start time function GOT start time is the function to display the following date and time. • Start time of GOT • Current time of GOT • Operating hours of GOT  Display operation of GOT start time Main Menu Debug &...
  • Page 248: Display Of Got Start Time

     Display of GOT start time Item Description Start Time Displays the time when the GOT was powered on or reset-restarted (OS installation, communication setting change). Current Time Displays the current time. Displays operating hours of the GOT. The displayed operating hours is the accumulated time while GOT is powered on or reset-restarted (OS installation, Operating hours communication setting change).
  • Page 249: Cleaning Display Section (clean)

    15. CLEANING DISPLAY SECTION (CLEAN) In utility, the screen can be set as not to be effected by touching the screen when clean with clothes. To clean the GOT, wipe the dirty part with a soft cloth using neutral detergent. POINT POINT POINT...
  • Page 250 15 - 2 15. CLEANING DISPLAY SECTION (CLEAN)
  • Page 251: Installation Of Coreos, Bootos And Standard Monitor Os

    16. INSTALLATION OF COREOS, BOOTOS AND STANDARD MONITOR For executing the GOT utility, install the BootOS and standard monitor OS on the C drive (built-in flash memory) of the GOT, or set the OS boot drive to [A: Standard SD card] and insert the SD card with OS files into the GOT. (BootOS is installed in the GOT at factory shipment.
  • Page 252: Bootos And Standard Monitor Os Required For Installation

    16.1 BootOS and Standard Monitor OS Required for Installation Under-mentioned BootOS and Standard monitor OS are necessary to execute utility. OS name Function overview Storage location Built-in flash memory Required for the control of GOT and the communication between PC and GOT. C: \G1BOOT\ Installed at factory shipment.
  • Page 253: Prior Preparations For Installing Bootos And Standard Monitor Os

    16.2 Prior Preparations for Installing BootOS and Standard Monitor OS For the installation using GOT, the SD card or USB memory storing BootOS or standard monitor OS is required. For the method of writing BootOS and standard monitor OS in the SD card or USB memory, the following three methods are available.
  • Page 254: Bootos And Standard Monitor Os Installation Using Sd Card Or Usb Memory

    16.3 BootOS and Standard Monitor OS Installation Using SD card or USB Memory There are the following two types for the BootOS, standard monitor OS installation using the SD card or USB memory. (1) Installing when starting the GOT 16.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT) All the OS and project data stored in the SD card or USB memory are transferred to the GOT when powering on the GOT.
  • Page 255: Installing When Starting The Got

    16.3.1 Installing when starting the GOT The displayed message is different depending on the installation condition of standard monitor OS. When the screen requesting operation is displayed, operate the GOT according to the instructions on the screen.  Operation procedure (1) When installing with SD card Power OFF the GOT, switch the SD card access switch to OFF, and install the SD card where the...
  • Page 256 (2) When installing with USB memory Power off the GOT, and install the USB memory where the BootOS, standard monitor OS or project data is stored in the USB interface of the GOT. The BootOS cannot be stored in the USB memory where the standard monitor OS or project data is stored.
  • Page 257: Installing Using The Program/data Control Function (utility)

    16.3.2 Installing using the program/data control function (Utility) For details on program/data control function, refer to the following. 13. FILE DISPLAY AND COPY (PROGRAM/DATA CONTROL) POINT POINT POINT Precaution on executing program/data control function When execute program/data control function, standard monitor OS has to be installed in GOT in advance. Thus, this function cannot be used for the initial installation of standard monitor OS after purchasing GOT.
  • Page 258 (2) When installing with USB memory Install the USB memory in which BootOS, standard monitor OS or project data is stored in the USB interface of GOT. Display the data control function screen (Utility) on the GOT, and install BootOS, standard monitor OS. Touch [Install] Do not pull out the USB memory or power off the GOT while install execution.
  • Page 259: When Installing The Different Version Of Bootos, Standard Monitor Os

    16.4 When Installing the Different Version of BootOS, Standard Monitor OS  BootOS installation When installing BootOS, GOT compares the version of the BootOS to be installed with the version of BootOS which is already installed. If the major version of BootOS to be installed is old, execute the following operations to prevent it from being rewritten.
  • Page 260  Standard monitor OS installation Match the version of each OS file when installing standard monitor OS. Standard monitor OS cannot be installed if the version of each OS file does not match. (When the installation process is discontinued.) (When the installation process is normally executed.) Standard monitor OS : 1.
  • Page 261: Coreos

    16.5 CoreOS Install CoreOS only when the GOT will not be the status of factory shipment even when BootOS is installed. Normally, the CoreOS has not to be installed. POINT POINT POINT Precautions for installing CoreOS When executing the CoreOS installation once, it cannot be canceled on the way. Do not attempt the following to cancel the installation on the way.
  • Page 262  Installing the CoreOS Write the CoreOS from GT Designer3 to the SD card. For details of GT Designer3 operation, refer to the following manual. GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals) After confirming that the GOT is powered off, install the SD card in the GOT.
  • Page 263: When The Coreos Cannot Be Installed

    16.5.2 When the CoreOS cannot be installed When the CoreOS cannot be installed, confirm the following item. If the CoreOS cannot be installed even after checking the following item, the error may be caused by a hardware failure. Please consult your local Mitsubishi (Electric System) Service center or representative. Error Action (1) Check whether the SD card access switch of the GOT is on.
  • Page 264 16 - 14 16. INSTALLATION OF COREOS, BOOTOS AND STANDARD MONITOR OS 16.5 CoreOS...
  • Page 265: Maintenance And Inspection

    17. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION [STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE WARNING PRECAUTIONS] • When power is on, do not touch the terminals. Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction. • Connect the battery correctly. Do not discharge, disassemble, heat, short, solder or throw the battery into the fire. Incorrect handling may cause the battery to generate heat, burst or take fire, resulting in injuries or fires.
  • Page 266: Daily Inspection

    17.1 Daily Inspection  Daily inspection items Inspection Item Inspection Method Criterion Action Check for loose Retighten screws within the specified torque Installation status of GOT Securely mounted mounting screws. range. Retighten screws with Loose terminal screws Not loose Retighten terminal screws. screwdriver.
  • Page 267: Cleaning Method

    17.3 Cleaning Method Use the GOT always in a clean condition. To clean the GOT, wipe the dirty part with a soft cloth using neutral detergent. For the display operation of the [Clean] screen, refer to the following. 15. CLEANING DISPLAY SECTION (CLEAN) Clean POINT POINT...
  • Page 268: Battery Voltage Low Detection And Battery Replacement

    17.4 Battery Voltage Low Detection and Battery Replacement  Low battery voltage detection and replacement Battery contains the data for notifying the maintenance timing and current time. It is recommended that you replace battery periodically. For the replacement procedure, refer to the following. 8.3 Battery The battery voltage low detection can be confirmed by the utility screen and system alarm.
  • Page 269 HINT HINT HINT Example of alarm output to external device (lamp, buzzer, etc.) The following describes an example of outputting the battery voltage low signal from a FX series PLC to an external device with system information. Condition: The Write Device is "D20" and all data is used (the button is clicked on the setting screen of drawing software) for the system information assignment.
  • Page 270  Handling of Batteries and Devices with Built-in Batteries in EU Member States This section describes the precautions for disposing of waste batteries in EU member states and exporting batteries and/or devices with built-in batteries to EU member states. (1) Disposal precautions In EU member states, there is a separate collection system for waste batteries.
  • Page 271: Backlight Shutoff Detection

    The brightness of the backlight decreases with the lapse of usage period. When backlight shutoff is detected or the display becomes unclear, replace the backlight. (GT14 requires LED replacement.) For replacement of the backlight, contact your nearest sales office or FA Center.
  • Page 272 17 - 8 17. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 17.5 Backlight Shutoff Detection...
  • Page 273: Troubleshooting

    18. TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter explains the GOT restoration sheet and the error message/system alarm list. 18.1 GOT Restoration Sheet This section provides restoration methods for the case the GOT does not operate normally, which are listed in check sheets. The following explains how to use each sheet. (1) When the GOT does not operate or malfunctions (GOT status check sheet) When the GOT does not operate or malfunctions, identify the cause of the malfunction etc.
  • Page 274  GOT status check sheet Check the GOT starting from (1) GOT status. Proceed as instructed by "Action". (1) GOT status Phenomenon Cause/status Action (a) Frequency when the GOT does not operate, an error occurs on the screen, etc. Occurrence frequency: Occurs always.
  • Page 275 Phenomenon Cause/status Action (e) Buzzer sound Does not sound. Buzzer sound: Continues to beep randomly. Proceed to (2) Status of the GOT when it Example: The rhythm as three beeps, one beep, freezes. Continues to beep in a and then two beeps is repeated. particular pattern.
  • Page 276 (4) GOT restoration procedure Follow the procedures below starting from (a) and in order to check if the GOT is restored. If the GOT is not restored, proceed to the next item. Check item Cause Action (a) Press the GOT reset switch. Restored Not restored (Proceed to (b).) (b) Power the GOT ON/OFF.
  • Page 277  GOT installation status check sheet Check the current installation status of the GOT you are using against the GOT installation status described in the upper column of items (1) to (7). When the measure described in the lower column is needed, take the measure for the current status. When the measure is taken, check the result, "Effective"...
  • Page 278 (3) Wiring of GOT's FG cable and power line Installed together The FG cable and power line of the GOT Current status Not installed are installed together. together Power for the power equipment Measure for the Separating the FG cable and power line of Effective cables installed the GOT in wiring reduces the influence of...
  • Page 279 (5) Grounding status Servo Connection cable The FG cables of the control CN1A CN1B equipment (such as PLC) and the Connected Current status power equipment (such as servo amplifier) are connected as shown connected by "a". Panel grounding Panel grounding Servo Connection cable CN1A...
  • Page 280 (6) Grounding status of the panel on which the GOT is installed Connection cable A single ground cable is led from the panel having the control equipment Ground cable led from the Current status such as PLC to the panel having the Not led panel having the control equipment...
  • Page 281 (7) Power supply system Main power PLC power AC200V The power from the same system is used for the GOT, I/O equipment (such as Used I/O power Current status relay), and power equipment (such as Not Not used I/O equipment servo amplifier).
  • Page 282  System configuration check sheet Fill in the brackets with the unit/module name. (1) System configuration of the GOT (a) GOT main unit (b) Communication interface (c) Cable between the PLC and GOT (d) Cable length (2) System configuration of the PLC (a) Power supply module (b) CPU module Used...
  • Page 283: Error Message And System Alarm

    18.2 Error Message and System Alarm This chapter describes the error message and system alarm displayed in the GOT. As the error code and error message displaying functions when an error occurs at the GOT, controller or network, there are two kinds: system alarm and advanced system alarm. For details of the system alarm and advanced system alarm, refer to the following.
  • Page 284  Checking error messages with the utility (Utility) The error code and error message can be checked with the system alarm display of the utility when the object is not set. 14.3 System Alarm Display Error code and reference manual Channel No.
  • Page 285: List Of Error Message/system Alarm

    18.2.2 List of error message/system alarm The system alarm detected with GOT is shown below. Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage Decrease the number of objects from the displayed screen. Set monitor points too large. For the number of maximum objects for 1 screen, refer to the following. Decrease setting points.
  • Page 286 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage Available memory of the SD card is insufficient. Insufficient memory media Confirm the available memory of the SD card. capacity. The available memory can be confirmed by system information screen, Confirm M-card capacity. which is described in GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual (Fundamentals).
  • Page 287 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage Error occurred in the specified file register when executing the recipe function by specifying the file register name. File system error occurred in • Execute the recipe function again after confirming the file register PLC.
  • Page 288 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage The time-out error occurred during communicating. • Confirm the cable omission and status of the PLC. Channel No. is not displayed in error code or error message in the case an error occurs when using the multi-channel function. Communication timeout.
  • Page 289 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage The station number set in the project data and the station number set in the switching station No. device do not exist in the Ethernet setting of GT Designer3. • Add the station number set in the project data to the Ethernet setting of GT Designer3.
  • Page 290 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage Channel (CH.No.1 to 2) to communicate with a controller is not set. • After setting the Communication Settings on the GT Designer3, Communication channel not set. download it to the GOT. Set channel number on Utility. •...
  • Page 291 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage Error occurred while executing the auto repeat function of the touch switch object. Confirm the following. Auto repeat error. Confirm • Confirm that the other system error has not occurred during auto system information.
  • Page 292 Error Channel No. Error message Action code storage The logging setting specified in the historical trend graph setting does not Logging setting does not exist or exist. setting value error. Review the historical trend graph setting and specify a logging setting that exists.
  • Page 293: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix.1 External Dimensions  External dimensions of GT14 164(6.46") 120(4.73") (0.87") 23(0.91") #4-40UNC (Inch screw type) M2.6 (Metric screw type) 120(4.73") Panel thickness: (0.87") 2mm 4mm(0.08" 0.16") or less 152(5.99") Unit: mm (inch)  External dimensions of stand For angle of 75 153(6.03")
  • Page 294  External dimensions of serial multi-drop connection unit Protective cover is installed Protective cover is removed 2- 4.5 57(2.25") 65(2.56") Unit : mm (inch)  External dimensions of connector conversion adapter 36(1.42") (0.87") Unit : mm (inch) App - 2 APPENDICES Appendix.1 External Dimensions...
  • Page 295  External dimensions of RS-232/485 signal conversion adapter 36(1.42") (0.67") Unit : mm (inch) App - 3 APPENDICES Appendix.1 External Dimensions...
  • Page 296  External dimensions of communication cable Unit: mm (inch) GT01-C30R4-25P 50(1.97") 30000(1181.1") 53(2.09") (0.63") (0.63") (0.28") M2.6 M2.6 GT01-C R4-25P 50(1.97") 53(2.09") (0.63") (0.63") (0.28") M2.6 M2.6 Value of Length L mm (inch) 10000 20000 30000 GT01-C R4-8P 50(1.97") 40(1.58") (0.63") (0.52") 25×33...
  • Page 297 GT01-C30R2-25P 50(1.97") 30000(1181.1") 53(2.09") (0.63") (0.63") #4-40UNC M2.6 GT01-C30R2-9S 50(1.97") 30000(1181.1") 50(1.97") (0.63") (0.63") φ6 #4-40UNC #4-40UNC GT01-C30R2-6P 50(1.97") 30000(1181.1") 40(1.58") (0.63") (0.52") 20×28 (0.79") (1.11") (0.28") #4-40UNC App - 5 APPENDICES Appendix.1 External Dimensions...
  • Page 298: Appendix.1 External Dimensions

    App - 6 APPENDICES Appendix.1 External Dimensions...
  • Page 299: Appendix.2 Usage Condition Of Utility Function

    Moreover, there are the function which can be set with drawing software and the function which cannot be set. : Applicable : Not applicable -: Not required Drawing Item Functions overview GT14 GT11 Setting Assigning channel numbers and communication drivers to communication interfaces Communication setting...
  • Page 300 : Applicable : Not applicable -: Not required Drawing Item Functions overview GT14 GT11 Setting Selecting a base clock Time setting & display Displaying and setting the clock current time Displaying the battery status System monitor FX list editor Debug...
  • Page 301: Appendix.3 Transportation Precautions

    Appendix.3 Transportation Precautions When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations. Appendix.3.1 Relevant models The battery for the GOT1000 series is classified as shown in the table below. Product name Model name Description Handled as Battery for GOT1000 series GT11-50BAT Lithium battery...
  • Page 302 App - 10 APPENDICES Appendix.3 Transportation Precautions...
  • Page 303: Index

    INDEX A list editor............14-1 I/O check............14-14 ABBREVIATIONS AND GENERIC TERMS ..A-15 INSTALLATION ............. 6-1 Adjusting the touch panel position..... 11-13 Advanced recipe information ......13-33 Alarm information ..........13-11 Key sensitivity setting ........11-6,11-8 Backlight Shutoff Detection ......... 17-7 Language.............
  • Page 304 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION......... 2-1 Overall Configuration ......... 2-1 System Equipment ..........2-1 System monitor............ 14-1 Time Setting and Display........12-1 Clock display ............ 12-3 Clock setting............. 12-2 Touch panel check ..........14-12 Transparent Mode Setting ......... 11-18 Transportation Precautions ....... App-9 TROUBLESHOOTING ........
  • Page 305: Revisions

    • GT1450-QMBD, GT1450-QMBDE are added. This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
  • Page 306 REVISIONS - 2...
  • Page 307 If requested by the customer, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation or its representative firm may carry out the primary failure diagnosis at the customer’s expense. The primary failure diagnosis will, however, be free of charge should the cause of failure be attributable to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
  • Page 308 GOT is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Adobe and Adobe Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

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