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Mitsubishi Electric FX3U SERIES Programming Manual

Mitsubishi Electric FX3U SERIES Programming Manual (948 pages)

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Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 26.09 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals16................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Names And Abbreviations Used In Manuals23................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction25................................................................................................................................................................
Applicability Of Programming Languages In Programming Software26................................................................................................................................................................
Overview (sequence Program)27................................................................................................................................................................
Convenient Functions For Output Processing28................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Applied Instructions29................................................................................................................................................................
Analog/positioning Special Control31................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Devices Constructing Plc32................................................................................................................................................................
Device List33................................................................................................................................................................
Program Memory And Devices35................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Operations And Latched (battery Or Eeprom Backed) Devices Power On/off And Run/stop)38................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Backup Methods Against Power Failure42................................................................................................................................................................
Change Between General Devices And Latched (battery Backed) Devices43................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Setting Of Parameters44................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Initial Values And Available Tools For Changing Parameter Values46................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Capacity Setting Range48................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Optional Memory Model49................................................................................................................................................................
Keyword (entry Code)50................................................................................................................................................................
Special Unit Initial Value Setting [gx Developer Ver.8.24a Or Later]55................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction List68................................................................................................................................................................
Step Ladder Instructions70................................................................................................................................................................
Devices In Detail84................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Relays [x, Y]88................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Roles89................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Timing Of Input Relays90................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Relay [m]91................................................................................................................................................................
State Relay [s]93................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples94................................................................................................................................................................
Timer [t]96................................................................................................................................................................
Set Value Specification Method98................................................................................................................................................................
Program Examples [off-delay Timer And Flicker Timer]99................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Timers As Numeric Devices100................................................................................................................................................................
Counter [c]101................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Counters As Numeric Devices104................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Counter [c] (fx 3u /fx 3uc Plc)105................................................................................................................................................................
Input Assignment For High-speed Counters107................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of High-speed Counters108................................................................................................................................................................
Current Value Update Timing And Comparison Of Current Value110................................................................................................................................................................
Related Devices111................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Logic Of External Reset Input Signal112................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use 2-phase 2-count Input Counters C251 To C255 With 4 Edge Counting113................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions For Hardware Counters To Be Handled As Software Counters114................................................................................................................................................................
Response Frequency Of High-speed Counters115................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Use117................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Counter [c] (fx 3g Plcs)119................................................................................................................................................................
Assignment Of Counter Input Terminal And Switching Of Function123................................................................................................................................................................
Data Register And File Register [d]127................................................................................................................................................................
Structures Of Data Registers And File Registers128................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples Of Data Registers129................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples Of File Registers131................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Using File Registers134................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Register [r] And Extension File Register [er]135................................................................................................................................................................
Structures Of Extension Registers And Extension File Registers136................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples Of Extension Registers137................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples Of Extension File Registers138................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Using Extension File Registers141................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Of Data In Extension Registers And Extension File Registers142................................................................................................................................................................
Index Register [v And Z]146................................................................................................................................................................
Indexing Of Devices147................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer [p And I]148................................................................................................................................................................
Functions And Operation Examples Of Pointers For Interrupt149................................................................................................................................................................
How To Specify Devices And Constants To Instructions153................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Of Numeric Values154................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Numeric Values In Floating Point Operations155................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Of Constants K, H And E (decimal, Hexadecimal And Real Number)157................................................................................................................................................................
Character Strings158................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Of Digits For Bit Devices (kn[ ]***)159................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Specification Of A Word Device (d[ ].b)160................................................................................................................................................................
Indexing161................................................................................................................................................................
Indexing In Applied Instructions162................................................................................................................................................................
Indexing Example For Instruction With Limited Number Of Use164................................................................................................................................................................
What To Understand Before Programming165................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Creation Of Fundamental Programs168................................................................................................................................................................
Double Output (double Coil) Operation And Countermeasures169................................................................................................................................................................
Circuits Which Cannot Be Programmed And Countermeasures170................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Processing And Response Delay171................................................................................................................................................................
Mutual Relationship Among Program Flow Control Instructions172................................................................................................................................................................
General Rules For Applied Instructions174................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of General Flags176................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Operation Error Flag178................................................................................................................................................................
Limitation In The Number Of Instructions And Limitation In Simultaneous Instruction Instances179................................................................................................................................................................
Symbolic Information Storage And Block Password180................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Instruction181................................................................................................................................................................
And, Ani188................................................................................................................................................................
Ldp, Ldf, Andp, Andf, Orp, Orf194................................................................................................................................................................
Mps, Mrd, Mpp202................................................................................................................................................................
Mep, Mef210................................................................................................................................................................
Pls, Plf212................................................................................................................................................................
Set, Rst215................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Instruction Steps And Specified Devices220................................................................................................................................................................
Program Flow – Fnc 00 To Fnc 09221................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 00 – Cj / Conditional Jump222................................................................................................................................................................
Cj Instruction And Operations Of Contact And Coil226................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Master Control Instruction And Jump Instruction228................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 01 – Call / Call Subroutine229................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Subroutines And Interrupt Routines231................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 02 – Sret / Subroutine Return233................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 03 – Iret / Interrupt Return234................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 04 – Ei / Enable Interrupt236................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 05 – Di / Disable Interrupt237................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 06 – Main Routine Program End238................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 07 – Wdt / Watchdog Timer Refresh240................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 08 – For / Start A For/next Loop242................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 09 – Next / End A For/next Loop243................................................................................................................................................................
Move And Compare – Fnc 10 To Fnc 19245................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 10 – Cmp / Compare246................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 11 – Zcp / Zone Compare248................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 13 – Smov / Shift Move253................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 14 – Cml / Complement255................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 15 – Bmov / Block Move257................................................................................................................................................................
Function Of Transfer Between File Registers And Data Registers259................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 16 – Fmov / Fill Move261................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 17 – Xch / Exchange263................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 18 – Bcd / Conversion To Binary Coded Decimal265................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 19 – Bin / Conversion To Binary268................................................................................................................................................................
Arithmetic And Logical Operation (+, −, ×, ÷) – Fnc 20 To Fnc 29271................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 20 – Add / Addition272................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 21 – Sub / Subtraction275................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 22 – Mul / Multiplication278................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 23 – Div / Division281................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 24 – Inc / Increment284................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 25 – Dec / Decrement286................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 26 – Wand / Logical Word And287................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 27 – Wor / Logical Word Or289................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 28 – Wxor / Logical Exclusive Or291................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 29 – Neg / Negation293................................................................................................................................................................
Rotation And Shift Operation – Fnc 30 To Fnc 39295................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 30 – Ror / Rotation Right296................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 31 – Rol / Rotation Left298................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 32 – Rcr / Rotation Right With Carry300................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 33 – Rcl / Rotation Left With Carry302................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 34 – Sftr / Bit Shift Right304................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 35 – Sftl / Bit Shift Left306................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 36 – Wsfr / Word Shift Right309................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 37 – Wsfl / Word Shift Left311................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 38 – Sfwr / Shift Write [fifo/filo Control]313................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 39 – Sfrd / Shift Read [fifo Control]316................................................................................................................................................................
Data Operation – Fnc 40 To Fnc 49318................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 40 – Zrst / Zone Reset319................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 41 – Deco / Decode322................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 42 – Enco / Encode325................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 43 – Sum / Sum Of Active Bits327................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 44 – Bon / Check Specified Bit Status330................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 45 – Mean / Mean332................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 46 – Ans / Timed Annunciator Set334................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 47 – Anr / Annunciator Reset336................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 48 – Sqr / Square Root337................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 49 – Flt / Conversion To Floating Point338................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Processing – Fnc 50 To Fnc 59340................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 50 – Ref / Refresh341................................................................................................................................................................
What Should Be Understood Before Using The Ref Instruction344................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 51 – Reff / Refresh And Filter Adjust345................................................................................................................................................................
What Should Be Understood Before Using Reff Instruction347................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 52 – Mtr / Input Matrix348................................................................................................................................................................
Operation And Cautions For The Mtr Instruction351................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 53 – Hscs / High-speed Counter Set352................................................................................................................................................................
Common Cautions On Using Instructions For High-speed Counter355................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 54 – Hscr / High-speed Counter Reset358................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 55 – Hsz / High-speed Counter Zone Compare361................................................................................................................................................................
Program In Which Comparison Result Is Set To On When Power Is Turned On Zcp (fnc 11) Instruction]365................................................................................................................................................................
Table High-speed Comparison Mode (m8130)367................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Control Mode (hsz And Plsy Instructions) (m8132)370................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 56 – Spd / Speed Detection373................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 57 – Plsy / Pulse Y Output377................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 58 – Pwm / Pulse Width Modulation382................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 59 – Plsr / Acceleration/deceleration Setup385................................................................................................................................................................
Handy Instruction – Fnc 60 To Fnc 69390................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 60 – Ist / Initial State391................................................................................................................................................................
Ist Instruction Equivalent Circuit393................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Ist Instruction Introduction (example Of Workpiece Transfer Mechanism)394................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 61 – Ser / Search A Data Stack401................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 62 – Absd / Absolute Drum Sequencer404................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 63 – Incd / Incremental Drum Sequencer407................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 64 – Ttmr / Teaching Timer409................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 65 – Stmr / Special Timer411................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 66 – Alt / Alternate State413................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 67 – Ramp / Ramp Variable Value415................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 68 – Rotc / Rotary Table Control417................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 69 – Sort / Sort Tabulated Data420................................................................................................................................................................
External Fx I/o Device – Fnc 70 To Fnc 79423................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 70 – Tky / Ten Key Input424................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 71 – Hky / Hexadecimal Input428................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 72 – Dsw / Digital Switch (thumbwheel Input)432................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 73 – Segd / Seven Segment Decoder435................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 74 – Segl / Seven Segment With Latch437................................................................................................................................................................
How To Select A Seven-segment Display Unit440................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 75 – Arws / Arrow Switch442................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 76 – Asc / Ascii Code Data Input446................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 77 – Pr / Print (ascii Code)448................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 78 – From / Read From A Special Function Block451................................................................................................................................................................
Common Items Between From Instruction And To Instruction (details)454................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 79 – To / Write To A Special Function Block456................................................................................................................................................................
External Fx Device – Fnc 80 To Fnc 89458................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 80 – Rs / Serial Communication459................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 81 – Prun / Parallel Run (octal Mode)461................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 82 – Asci / Hexadecimal To Ascii Conversion463................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 83 – Hex / Ascii To Hexadecimal Conversion466................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 84 – Ccd / Check Code469................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 85 - Vrrd / Volume Read472................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 86 - Vrsc / Volume Scale474................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 87 – Rs2 / Serial Communication 2476................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 88 – Pid / Pid Control Loop479................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer 2 – Fnc100 To Fnc109483................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc102 – Zpush/batch Store Of Index Register484................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc103 – Zpop/batch Pop Of Index Register487................................................................................................................................................................
Floating Point – Fnc110 To Fnc139488................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc110 – Ecmp / Floating Point Compare490................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc111 – Ezcp / Floating Point Zone Compare491................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc112 – Emov / Floating Point Move493................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc116 – Estr / Floating Point To Character String Conversion494................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc117 – Eval / Character String To Floating Point Conversion500................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc118 – Ebcd / Floating Point To Scientific Notation Conversion505................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc119 – Ebin / Scientific Notation To Floating Point Conversion506................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc120 – Eadd / Floating Point Addition508................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc121 – Esub / Floating Point Subtraction509................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc122 – Emul / Floating Point Multiplication510................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc123 – Ediv / Floating Point Division511................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc124 – Exp / Floating Point Exponent512................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc125 – Loge / Floating Point Natural Logarithm514................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc126 – Log10 / Floating Point Common Logarithm516................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc127 – Esqr / Floating Point Square Root518................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc128 – Eneg / Floating Point Negation519................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc129 – Int / Floating Point To Integer Conversion520................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc130 – Sin / Floating Point Sine522................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc131 – Cos / Floating Point Cosine523................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc132 – Tan / Floating Point Tangent524................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc133 – Asin / Floating Point Arc Sine525................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc134 – Acos / Floating Point Arc Cosine527................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc135 – Atan / Floating Point Arc Tangent529................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc136 – Rad / Floating Point Degrees To Radians Conversion531................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc137 – Deg / Floating Point Radians To Degrees Conversion533................................................................................................................................................................
Data Operation 2 – Fnc140 To Fnc149534................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc140 – Wsum / Sum Of Word Data535................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc141 – Wtob / Word To Byte537................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc142 – Btow / Byte To Word539................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc143 – Uni / 4-bit Linking Of Word Data541................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc144 – Dis / 4-bit Grouping Of Word Data543................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc147 – Swap / Byte Swap545................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc149 – Sort2 / Sort Tabulated Data 2546................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control – Fnc150 To Fnc159550................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc150 – Dszr / Dog Search Zero Return551................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc151 – Dvit / Interrupt Positioning553................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc152 – Tbl / Batch Data Positioning Mode555................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc155 – Abs / Absolute Current Value Read556................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc156 – Zrn / Zero Return557................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc157 – Plsv / Variable Speed Pulse Output559................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc158 – Drvi / Drive To Increment561................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc159 – Drva / Drive To Absolute563................................................................................................................................................................
Real Time Clock Control – Fnc160 To Fnc169565................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc160 – Tcmp / Rtc Data Compare566................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc161 – Tzcp / Rtc Data Zone Compare568................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc162 – Tadd / Rtc Data Addition570................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc163 – Tsub / Rtc Data Subtraction572................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc164 – Htos / Hour To Second Conversion574................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc165 – Stoh / Second To Hour Conversion576................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc166 – Trd / Read Rtc Data578................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc167 – Twr / Set Rtc Data579................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc169 – Hour / Hour Meter581................................................................................................................................................................
External Device – Fnc170 To Fnc179583................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc170 – Gry / Decimal To Gray Code Conversion584................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc171 – Gbin / Gray Code To Decimal Conversion585................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc176 – Rd3a / Read Form Dedicated Analog Block586................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc177 – Wr3a / Write To Dedicated Analog Block587................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Alternate Instructions – Fnc180588................................................................................................................................................................
Others – Fnc181 To Fnc189589................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc182 – Comrd / Read Device Comment Data590................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc184 – Rnd / Random Number Generation592................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc186 – Duty / Timing Pulse Generation593................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc188 – Crc / Cyclic Redundancy Check595................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc189 – Hcmov / High-speed Counter Move599................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Operation – Fnc190 To Fnc199603................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc192 – Bk+ / Block Data Addition604................................................................................................................................................................
Nfc193 – Bk– / Block Data Subtraction607................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc194~199 – Bkcmp=, >, <, < >, <=, >= / Block Data Compare610................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Control – Fnc200 To Fnc209615................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc200 – Str / Bin To Character String Conversion616................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc201 – Val / Character String To Bin Conversion621................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc202 – $+ / Link Character Strings626................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc203 – Len / Character String Length Detection628................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc204 – Right / Extracting Character String Data From The Right630................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc205 – Left / Extracting Character String Data From The Left632................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc206 – Midr / Random Selection Of Character Strings634................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc207 – Midw / Random Replacement Of Character Strings637................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc208 – Instr / Character String Search640................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc209 – $mov / Character String Transfer642................................................................................................................................................................
Data Operation 3 – Fnc210 To Fnc219644................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc210 – Fdel / Deleting Data From Tables645................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc211 – Fins / Inserting Data To Tables647................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc212 – Pop / Shift Last Data Read [filo Control]649................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc213 – Sfr / Bit Shift Right With Carry652................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc214 – Sfl / Bit Shift Left With Carry654................................................................................................................................................................
Data Comparison – Fnc220 To Fnc249656................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc224~230 – Ld =, >, <, <>, <=, >= / Data Comparison658................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc232~238 – And=, >, <, < >, <=, >= / Data Comparison660................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc240~246 – Or=, >, <, < >, <=, >= / Data Comparison662................................................................................................................................................................
Data Table Operation – Fnc250 To Fnc269664................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc256 – Limit / Limit Control665................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc257 – Band / Dead Band Control668................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc258 – Zone / Zone Control671................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc259 – Scl / Scaling (coordinate By Point Data)674................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc260 – Dabin / Decimal Ascii To Bin Conversion678................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc261 – Binda / Bin To Decimal Ascii Conversion681................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc269 – Scl2 / Scaling 2 (coordinate By X/y Data)684................................................................................................................................................................
External Device Communication Inverter Communication) – Fnc270 To Fnc275688................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc270 – Ivck / Inverter Status Check689................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc271 – Ivdr / Inverter Drive691................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc272 – Ivrd / Inverter Parameter Read693................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc273 – Ivwr / Inverter Parameter Write695................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc274 – Ivbwr / Inverter Parameter Block Write697................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc275 – Ivmc / Inverter Multi Command699................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer 3 – Fnc276 To Fnc279701................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc278 – Rbfm / Divided Bfm Read702................................................................................................................................................................
Common Items Between Rbfm (fnc278) Instruction And Wbfm (fnc279) Instruction703................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc279 – Wbfm / Divided Bfm Write706................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Processing 2 – Fnc280 To Fnc289708................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc280 – Hsct / High-speed Counter Compare With Data Table709................................................................................................................................................................
Extension File Register Control – Fnc290 To Fnc299714................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc290 – Loadr / Load From Er715................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc291 – Saver / Save To Er718................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc292 – Initr / Initialize R And Er726................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc293 – Logr / Logging R And Er729................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc294 – Rwer / Rewrite To Er733................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc295 – Initer / Initialize Er739................................................................................................................................................................
Fx 3u -cf-adp Applied Instructions – Fnc300 To Fnc305742................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 300 – Flcrt / File Create•check743................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Explanation Of Setting Data744................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 301 – Fldel / File Delete•cf Card Format745................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 302 – Flwr / Data Write747................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 303 – Flrd / Data Read750................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 304 – Flcmd / Fx 3u -cf-adp Command752................................................................................................................................................................
Fnc 305 – Flstrd / Fx 3u -cf-adp Status Read754................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program And Step Ladder757................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Creating Procedure759................................................................................................................................................................
Handling And Role Of Initial State Relay762................................................................................................................................................................
Latched (battery Backed) Type State Relays763................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Flow Formats769................................................................................................................................................................
Program Of Branch/recombination State Relays772................................................................................................................................................................
Rule For Creating Branch Circuit773................................................................................................................................................................
Program Examples777................................................................................................................................................................
Step Ladder786................................................................................................................................................................
Expression Of Step Ladder788................................................................................................................................................................
Creation Of Step Ladder Program (sfc Program → Stl Program)789................................................................................................................................................................
Preliminary Knowledge For Creating Step Ladder Programs790................................................................................................................................................................
Program With State Relays In Branches And Recombination793................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Function And Pulse Catch Function803................................................................................................................................................................
Common Items804................................................................................................................................................................
Related Items805................................................................................................................................................................
Input Interrupt (interrupt Triggered By External Signal) [without Delay Function]808................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Practical Programs (programs To Measure Short Pulse Width)812................................................................................................................................................................
Input Interrupt (interrupt By External Signal) [with Delay Function]814................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Practical Program (timer Interrupt Programs Using Applied Instruction)816................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Interrupt - Interrupt Triggered By Counting Up Of High-speed Counter818................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Catch Function [m8170 To M8177]819................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Width/pulse Period Measurement Function [m8075 To M8079, D8074 To D8097]820................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Special Devices (m8000 -, D8000 -)824................................................................................................................................................................
Special Data Register (d8000 To D8511)841................................................................................................................................................................
Supplement Of Special Devices (m8000 - And D8000 -)858................................................................................................................................................................
Watchdog Timer [d8000]859................................................................................................................................................................
Power Failure Detection Time [d8008, M8008 And M8007]860................................................................................................................................................................
Real Time Clock [m8015 To M8019 And D8013 To D8019]861................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Real Time Clock862................................................................................................................................................................
Input Filter Adjustment [d8020]864................................................................................................................................................................
Battery [batt (bat)] Led And [alm] Led Off Command [m8030]865................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Analog Volume [d8030 And D8031]866................................................................................................................................................................
All Outputs Disable [m8034]867................................................................................................................................................................
Constant Scan Mode [m8039 And D8039]868................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Expansion Boards [m8260 To M8279 And D8260 To D8279]869................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Special Adapters [m8260 To M8299 And D8260 To D8299]871................................................................................................................................................................
Error Check Method And Error Code List878................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Check Method And Indication881................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Check Method By Gx Developer882................................................................................................................................................................
Error Indication883................................................................................................................................................................
Supplementary Explanation Of Devices For Error Detection884................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of Special Devices For Error Detection885................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code List And Action886................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A: Programming Tool Applicability And Version Upgrade History893................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-1-2 Cautions On Writing During Run897................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-1-3 Precautions On Use Of (built-in Usb) Programming Port901................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-1-4 Cautions On Using Transparent Function By Way Of Usb In Got1000 Series902................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-1-5 Cautions On Using Transparent (2-port) Function Of Got-f900 Series903................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-2 Peripheral Product Applicability (except Programming Tools)904................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-3 Version Upgrade History906................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A-3-2 Version Check907................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B: Instruction Execution Time910................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B-2 Step Ladder Instruction Execution Time916................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B-4 Applied Instruction Execution Time917................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B-5 Execution Time Of Pulse Generation Instruction P In Each Applied Instruction929................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B-6 Execution Time On Combination Of Applicable Devices And Indexing931................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C-1 Applied Instructions [by Instruction Type]934................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C-2 Applied Instructions [in Alphabetical Order]938................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D: Discontinued Models941................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty943................................................................................................................................................................
Revised History944................................................................................................................................................................

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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................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric FX3U SERIES Hardware Manual

Mitsubishi Electric FX3U SERIES Hardware Manual (8 pages)

MELSEC-F FX3U SERIES  
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