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Mitsubishi Electric FX3S-10M series User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric FX3S-10M series User Manual (532 pages)

Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Video Game Controller | Size: 7.86 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Outline And Features Of Analog Control27................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Control28................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Sensor Input Control30................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Analog Products31................................................................................................................................................................
Special Adapter32................................................................................................................................................................
Special Function Block35................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Analog Product Models37................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Drawings Of Analog Products A43................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 3g Series Plc44................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Special Function Blocks46................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Special Adapters47................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 3uc Series Plc52................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input53................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 2n -4ad56................................................................................................................................................................
Mixed Analog Input/output67................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Sensor Input71................................................................................................................................................................
Version Number80................................................................................................................................................................
Version Check81................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Introduction (types, Contents, And Obtainment)83................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Related Manuals84................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals Of Analog Units86................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Names And Abbreviations In This Manual88................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 2nc -4ad90................................................................................................................................................................
Outline93................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Procedure Before Starting Operation94................................................................................................................................................................
Connectable Plc And Version Numbers95................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications96................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Specifications97................................................................................................................................................................
Input Mode (characteristics) Bfm#098................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring99................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Layout100................................................................................................................................................................
Cable And Terminal Tightening Torque101................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Power Supply Circuit103................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions Regarding Connection Of Power Cables104................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Line105................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding106................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory (bfm)109................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory Reading/writing Method111................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory List (bfm)112................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory Details116................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#2 To #5: Averaging Time117................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#6 To #9: Digital Filter Setting118................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#10 To #13: Channel Data119................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#19: Data Change Disable120................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#22: Convenient Function Setting121................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#26: Upper/lower Limit Error Status123................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#27: Abrupt Change Detection Status124................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#28: Over-scale Status125................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#29: Error Status126................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#30: Model Code127................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#61 To #64: Addition Data128................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#71 To #74: Lower Limit Error Setting / Bfm#81 To #84: Upper Limit Error Setting129................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#91 To #94: Abrupt Change Detection Value Setting130................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#99: Clearance Of Upper/lower Limit Error Data And Abrupt Change Detection Data131................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#109: Minimum Peak Value Resetting / Bfm#119: Maximum Peak Value Resetting132................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#126: Upper/lower Error Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification133................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#127: Abrupt Change Detection Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification134................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#128: Over-scale Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification135................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#197: Selection Of Cyclic Data Update Function (function For Data History)136................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#199: Data History Resetting/stoppage137................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#200 To #6999: Data History138................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Input Characteristics139................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Practical Programs142................................................................................................................................................................
Program That Uses Convenient Functions144................................................................................................................................................................
Program That Uses Data History Function147................................................................................................................................................................
Initialization Program For 4ad (factory Default)150................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting151................................................................................................................................................................
Error Status Check152................................................................................................................................................................
Ad Initialization And Test Program153................................................................................................................................................................
Connectable Plcs And Version Number159................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Programming Tool Version Number160................................................................................................................................................................
A/d Conversion Time163................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cables And Terminal Tightening Torque168................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Line169................................................................................................................................................................
Programming171................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Special Devices172................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Of Input Mode174................................................................................................................................................................
Input Data175................................................................................................................................................................
Averaging Time176................................................................................................................................................................
Error Status177................................................................................................................................................................
Model Code179................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Program Example180................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Of Input Characteristics182................................................................................................................................................................
Special Device Check186................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications196................................................................................................................................................................
Program Check212................................................................................................................................................................
Output Mode (characteristics) Bfm#0222................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring To Power Supply Terminals225................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Wiring226................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output227................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#1 To #4: Output Data236................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#6: Output Status237................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#9: Offset/gain Setting Value Write Command238................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#10 To #13: Offset Data/bfm#14 To #17: Gain Data239................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#19: Data Change Prohibition Of Setting Change240................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#20: Initialization Function (resetting To Factory Default Status)241................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#38: Upper/lower Limit Function Setting244................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#39: Upper/lower Limit Function Status245................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#41 To #44: Lower Limit Values Of Upper/lower Limit Function Bfm#45 To #48: Upper Limit Values Of Upper/lower Limit Function246................................................................................................................................................................
Only In Voltage Output Mode)/bfm#51 To #54: Load Resistance Values247................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#60: Status Automatic Transfer Function Setting248................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#61: Error Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification249................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#62: Upper/lower Limit Function Status Data Automatic Transfer-to Data Register Specification250................................................................................................................................................................
Bfm#63: Specification Of Data Register For Automatic Transfer At Disconnection Detection251................................................................................................................................................................
Table Output Function252................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Of Data Table253................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For Transferring Data Table To Buffer Memory258................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For Executing Table Output Function262................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Table Output Error264................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Uses Of Table Output Function266................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Output Characteristics267................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Program Using Useful Functions271................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Program For Table Output Operation (pattern Output Operation)274................................................................................................................................................................
Program To Initialize Fx 3u -4da (factory Default)277................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 3u -4da Initialization And Test Program280................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Function283................................................................................................................................................................
D/a Conversion Time289................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Line296................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Of Output Mode301................................................................................................................................................................
Output Holding Function Cancellation Setting302................................................................................................................................................................
Output Setting Data303................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Of Output Characteristics307................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Time343................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input / Output Line350................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Whether Or Not A Channel Is Used357................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Of Input/output Characteristics366................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Changing Of Voltage Output Characteristics369................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Version Number Check371................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Measurement377................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of The Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensor390................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Temperature Unit394................................................................................................................................................................
Connectable Plc And Its Version Number439................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of The Resistance Thermometer Sensor450................................................................................................................................................................
Input Sensor Selection452................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of The Thermocouple482................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of The Thermocouple Type J483................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Of A/d Conversion Data484................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Type K Or J488................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Parameters507................................................................................................................................................................
Limit Cycle Method508................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Set In Auto-tuning (of Limit Cycle Method)516................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-tuning Procedure517................................................................................................................................................................
Reference: How To Obtain Three Constants In Pid Control (limit Cycle Method)518................................................................................................................................................................
Step Response Method519................................................................................................................................................................
Reference: How To Obtain Three Constants In Pid Control (step Response Method)520................................................................................................................................................................
Example: System And Operation521................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example Of Auto-tuning (step Response Method) And Pid Control522................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example Of Auto-tuning (step Response Method)523................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes526................................................................................................................................................................

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Mitsubishi Electric FX3S-10M series Quick Start Manual

Mitsubishi Electric FX3S-10M series Quick Start Manual (19 pages)

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 3.13 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Available Models3................................................................................................................................................................
Caution3................................................................................................................................................................
Included Items3................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel4................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions5................................................................................................................................................................
Installation5................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications5................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Instructions6................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Block Layout7................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications And Wiring8................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring8................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding9................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Specifications And Wiring Diagram9................................................................................................................................................................
Input Specifications And Wiring Diagram9................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Catch (m8170 To M8175)10................................................................................................................................................................
High Speed Counters Specifications And Wiring11................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications And Wiring11................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Using Gx Works212................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Usb Driver13................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Personal Computer And The Programmable Controller Cpu With A Usb Cable, And Then Turn On The Programmable13................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Cpu13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Gx Works214................................................................................................................................................................
From Windows14................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel, Select [system And Security]14................................................................................................................................................................
The Update Driver Software Screen Is Displayed. Select "browse My14................................................................................................................................................................
Computer For Driver Software" And Specify "easysocket\usbdrivers14................................................................................................................................................................
Screen. If Multiple Melsoft Products Are Installed Previously, Refer14................................................................................................................................................................
To Their Installed Location14................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft® Windows14................................................................................................................................................................
Pro Operating System14................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Operating System14................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Personal Computer And The Programmable Controller14................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Exiting Gx Works215................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Help Files In Gx Works215................................................................................................................................................................
Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance18................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting18................................................................................................................................................................

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