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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Reference Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Reference Manual (498 pages)

programmable controller  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 6.69 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction6................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Relevant Manuals15................................................................................................................................................................
Terms16................................................................................................................................................................
Discontinued Models17................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1 Melsec Communication Protocol19................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Ability Of Mc Protocol20................................................................................................................................................................
Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Supported Devices And Accessible Ranges22................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Communication Procedure24................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations25................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations When Connecting C2427................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations When Connecting E7128................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2 Message Formats29................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Messages Of Serial Communication Module30................................................................................................................................................................
Message Formats Of Each Protocol31................................................................................................................................................................
Format 232................................................................................................................................................................
Format 333................................................................................................................................................................
Format 434................................................................................................................................................................
Format 535................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Setting Data36................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Data Bytes37................................................................................................................................................................
Block Number38................................................................................................................................................................
End Code40................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Messages Of Ethernet Interface Module41................................................................................................................................................................
Frame42................................................................................................................................................................
Message Format43................................................................................................................................................................
Request Data Length And Response Data Length45................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Access Route Settings47................................................................................................................................................................
C Frame48................................................................................................................................................................
E Frame, 3e Frame50................................................................................................................................................................
E Frame51................................................................................................................................................................
Network No., Pc No54................................................................................................................................................................
Request Destination Module I/o No., Request Destination Module Station No57................................................................................................................................................................
Self-station No61................................................................................................................................................................
Part 3 Command63................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Commands And Functions64................................................................................................................................................................
Commands For 4c/3c/4e/3e Frame65................................................................................................................................................................
Commands For 2c Frame68................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Device Access69................................................................................................................................................................
Device Code List72................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Device Points74................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Blocks75................................................................................................................................................................
Read Data, Write Data76................................................................................................................................................................
Set/reset82................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Condition Specification83................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read And Write90................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read In Bit Units (command: 0401)94................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write In Word Units (command: 1401)96................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write In Bit Units (command: 1401)99................................................................................................................................................................
Random Read And Write101................................................................................................................................................................
Random Write In Word Units (test) (command: 1402)108................................................................................................................................................................
Random Write In Bit Units (test) (command: 1402)112................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read And Write Multiple Blocks114................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write Multiple Blocks (command: 1406)118................................................................................................................................................................
Device Memory Monitor122................................................................................................................................................................
Register Monitor Data (command: 0801)123................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor (command: 0802)124................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Label Access127................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviation Specification Of Label131................................................................................................................................................................
Points133................................................................................................................................................................
Data Type Id134................................................................................................................................................................
Data Length, Unit Specification135................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write Array Type Labels (command: 141a)145................................................................................................................................................................
Random Write Labels (command: 141b)152................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Buffer Memory Access155................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: 0613)157................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: 1613)159................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module161................................................................................................................................................................
Data To Be Specified In Commands162................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: 0601)165................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: 1601)167................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Control Module Operation169................................................................................................................................................................
Model Name And Model Code170................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Password172................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Data173................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Error Information174................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Operation175................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Stop (command: 1002)177................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Pause (command: 1003)178................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Latch Clear (command: 1005)179................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Reset (command: 1006)180................................................................................................................................................................
Read Cpu Model Name (command: 0101)181................................................................................................................................................................
Unlock (command: 1630)183................................................................................................................................................................
Lock (command: 1631)185................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Test187................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Error Information189................................................................................................................................................................
Turn Com.err. Led Off (command: 1617)191................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 File Control192................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure To Read Files193................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure To Create New File And Write Data194................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure To Delete Files195................................................................................................................................................................
Drive No200................................................................................................................................................................
File No.201................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Files202................................................................................................................................................................
File Name Specification204................................................................................................................................................................
Attribute207................................................................................................................................................................
Creation Date And Time (last Edit Date And Time)208................................................................................................................................................................
File Size209................................................................................................................................................................
File Pointer No210................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Bytes211................................................................................................................................................................
Open Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
File Check213................................................................................................................................................................
Search Directory/file Information (command: 1811)219................................................................................................................................................................
File Creation And Deletion222................................................................................................................................................................
Delete File (command: 1822)225................................................................................................................................................................
Copy File (command: 1824)228................................................................................................................................................................
File Modification232................................................................................................................................................................
Modify File Creation Date And Time (command: 1826)235................................................................................................................................................................
Open File (command: 1827)238................................................................................................................................................................
Read File (command: 1828)242................................................................................................................................................................
Write To File (command: 1829)244................................................................................................................................................................
Close File (command: 182a)246................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Serial Communication Module Dedicated Commands248................................................................................................................................................................
Data To Be Specified In Command249................................................................................................................................................................
Read Registered Data (command: 0610)251................................................................................................................................................................
Register Data (command: 1610)253................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Registered Data (command: 1610)255................................................................................................................................................................
Global Function257................................................................................................................................................................
Global Signal On/off (command: 1618)258................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Sequence Initialization Function260................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Switching Function261................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Mode (command: 1612)265................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Controller Cpu Monitoring Function268................................................................................................................................................................
Register (command: 0630)271................................................................................................................................................................
Deregister (command: 0631)281................................................................................................................................................................
On-demand Function282................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Procedure283................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Timing284................................................................................................................................................................
On-demand (command: 2101)285................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Melsec-qna Series Supported Specifications288................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 Qnacpu Dedicated Commands290................................................................................................................................................................
Defragmentation Of Drive Memory291................................................................................................................................................................
Read Drive Memory Usage Status (command: 0205)295................................................................................................................................................................
Defragment Drive Memory (command: 1207)297................................................................................................................................................................
File Control299................................................................................................................................................................
File Control Execution Procedure For The Qnacpu308................................................................................................................................................................
Read File Information Table Without Header Statement (command: 0201)310................................................................................................................................................................
Read File Information Table With Header Statement (command: 0202)313................................................................................................................................................................
Read File Presence (search File) (command: 0203)316................................................................................................................................................................
Read File No. Usage Status (command: 0204)318................................................................................................................................................................
Read File (command: 0206)320................................................................................................................................................................
Register And Deregister File Locks (command: 0808)323................................................................................................................................................................
Create New File (register File Name) (command: 1202)325................................................................................................................................................................
Write To File (command: 1203)327................................................................................................................................................................
Modify File Information (command: 1204)331................................................................................................................................................................
Delete File (command: 1205)337................................................................................................................................................................
Copy File (command: 1206)339................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 16 Melsec-a Series Supported Specifications344................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 17 Communicating Using 1c Frames346................................................................................................................................................................
Message Wait349................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code350................................................................................................................................................................
Command And Function Lists For 1c Frame351................................................................................................................................................................
Device Memory Read And Write352................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (bit Units) (command: Br, Jr)356................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (word Units) (command: Wr, Qr)358................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (bit Units) (command: Bw, Jw)360................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (word Units) (command: Ww, Qw)362................................................................................................................................................................
Test (random Write) (bit Units) (command: Bt, Jt)364................................................................................................................................................................
Test (random Write) (word Units) (command: Wt, Qt)366................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor (command: Bm, Jm, Wm, Qm, Mb, Mj, Mn, Mq)368................................................................................................................................................................
Read And Write Extended File Register373................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Method For Extended File Register374................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: Er)377................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: Ew)378................................................................................................................................................................
Test (random Write) (command: Et)379................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor (command: Em, Me)380................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Read (command: Nr)383................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Write (command: Nw)384................................................................................................................................................................
Read And Write Buffer Memory Of Special Function Module385................................................................................................................................................................
Accessible Modules387................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: Tr)388................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: Tw)390................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 18 Communicating Using 1e Frames393................................................................................................................................................................
Header394................................................................................................................................................................
Acpu Monitoring Timer396................................................................................................................................................................
End Code, Abnormal Code397................................................................................................................................................................
Commands And Function List For 1e Frame398................................................................................................................................................................
Read And Write Device Memory399................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read In Bit Units (command: 00)405................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read In Word Units (command: 01)407................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write In Bit Units (command: 02)409................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write In Word Units (command: 03)411................................................................................................................................................................
Test In Bit Units (random Write) (command: 04)412................................................................................................................................................................
Test In Word Units (random Write) (command: 05)414................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Device Memory (command: 06, 07, 08, 09)416................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: 17)421................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: 18)423................................................................................................................................................................
Test (random Write) (command: 19)425................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Extended File Registers (command: 1a, 1b)427................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Read (command: 3b)430................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Write (command: 3c)432................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Read (command: 0e)436................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Write (command: 0f)438................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix440................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Link Direct Devices442................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Module Access Devices444................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Cpu Buffer Memory Access Device446................................................................................................................................................................
Access For Index Modification448................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Devices For Indirect Specification453................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Processing Time456................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Time When Accessing Other Stations458................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Scans Required For Processing461................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 Compatibility With Multiple Cpu Systems463................................................................................................................................................................
When Qcpu Is Configured In The Multiple Cpu System464................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4 Applicable Commands For Online Program Change465................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method For Writing Data To Cpu During Run466................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 5 Number Of Processing Per One Communication467................................................................................................................................................................
Commands For 1e Frame472................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 6 Accessible Modules For Each Command473................................................................................................................................................................
Commands For 1c Frame477................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 7 Setting Examples479................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Examples Of Message For Ethernet Interface Module483................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Examples Of Access Route487................................................................................................................................................................
Index492................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions494................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty495................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks496................................................................................................................................................................

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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual (430 pages)

CC-Link System Master/Local Module  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 9.35 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product7................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Emc And Low Voltage Directives8................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents10................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization14................................................................................................................................................................
Term15................................................................................................................................................................
Packing List17................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link18................................................................................................................................................................
Master/local Modules19................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Part Names23................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Specifications26................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications26................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications26................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Connected Modules29................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Overall Cable Distance (cc-link Ver.1.10)31................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Overall Cable Distance (cc-link Ver.1.00)32................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Dedicated Cables35................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Functions36................................................................................................................................................................
List Of I/o Signals39................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Buffer Memory Areas40................................................................................................................................................................
Assignment And Modes43................................................................................................................................................................
Assignment43................................................................................................................................................................
Modes45................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Net Ver.1 Mode48................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Net Ver.2 Mode50................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Net Additional Mode53................................................................................................................................................................
Remote I/o Net Mode57................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Procedure Before The Operation59................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Example61................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 System Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link System Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The System Where A Master/local Module Is Mounted72................................................................................................................................................................
Connectable Modules And The Number Of Connectable Modules72................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Programming Tools73................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For The System Configuration74................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Installation And Wiring77................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Module77................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring78................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Before Wiring78................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Procedure79................................................................................................................................................................
T-branch Connection81................................................................................................................................................................
Station Number Setting84................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Speed Setting87................................................................................................................................................................
Test After Wiring88................................................................................................................................................................
Line Test88................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Speed Test92................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Parameter Settings95................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting Method95................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting List96................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings For A Master Station98................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method98................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Details99................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings For A Local Station And Standby Master Station116................................................................................................................................................................
Status Difference Between A Master Station And A Slave Station At An Error123................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Functions127................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Applications Of The Functions127................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Communications (cyclic Transmission)127................................................................................................................................................................
Non-periodic Communications (transient Transmission)129................................................................................................................................................................
Improving The System Reliability130................................................................................................................................................................
Slave Station Cut-off And Automatic Return130................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of The Data Link Status Upon An Error In The Programmable Controller Cpu Of The Master Station132................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of The Status Of The Input Data From A Data Link Faulty Station133................................................................................................................................................................
Refreshing/compulsorily Clearing A Slave Station When The Switch On A Programmable Controller Cpu Is Set To Stop135................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Master Function137................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Data Assurance152................................................................................................................................................................
Useful Applications Of The Functions156................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Device Station Initialization Procedure Registration Function156................................................................................................................................................................
Event Issuance For The Interrupt Program160................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Cc-link Startup161................................................................................................................................................................
Reserved Station Function164................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Synchronization Specification165................................................................................................................................................................
Error Invalid Station Setting Function169................................................................................................................................................................
Temporary Error Invalid Station Setting Function170................................................................................................................................................................
Data Link Stop/restart171................................................................................................................................................................
Remote I/o Station Points Setting (remote Net Ver.2 Mode Only)172................................................................................................................................................................
Master Station Duplication Error Canceling Function174................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Dedicated Instructions175................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Dedicated Instructions, Applicable Devices, And Precautions175................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rird177................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example182................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).riwt183................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rircv189................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).risend194................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rifr199................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rito203................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rlpaset207................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example (parameter Setting Example)215................................................................................................................................................................
G(p).rdmsg223................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Programming230................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Programming230................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Communications Between A Master Station And A Remote Device Station234................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration234................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For A Master Station244................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For A Remote Device Station248................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Status Of Data Link249................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example (when The Initial Setting Is Configured Only On A Program)254................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Communications Between A Master Station And A Local Station257................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For A Local Station262................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example (to Assure The Integrity Of Cyclic Data In Each Slave Station)267................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Troubleshooting269................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowcharts270................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Using Leds270................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Using A Programming Tool273................................................................................................................................................................
Lists Of Problems278................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Due To Disconnection Of A Slave Station278................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Due To Cyclic Data Error286................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Due To Transient Data Error289................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Due To Operation Error In The Master Station290................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes292................................................................................................................................................................
How To Check Error Codes292................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code List295................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Diagnostics Using Gx Works2313................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Host Station/other Stations313................................................................................................................................................................
Executing The Line Test/obtaining The Transmission Speed Setting316................................................................................................................................................................
Status Logging317................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Check Sheet320................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping And Restarting Data Link322................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Canceling A Temporary Error Invalid Station323................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Information324................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Test326................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices328................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Description Of I/o Signals328................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Buffer Memory Areas330................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 Link Special Relays (sbs) And Link Special Registers (sws)345................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.1 Link Special Relays (sbs)345................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.2 Link Special Registers (sws)353................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4 Data Link Processing Time368................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4368................................................................................................................................................................
Link Scan Time368................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4.2 Transmission Delay Time373................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4.3 Processing Time Of Dedicated Instructions383................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4.3383................................................................................................................................................................
Link Refresh Time391................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 5 Difference From Traditional Modules397................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 5397................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Replacing An A(1s)j61bt11/a(1s)j61qbt11 With A Qj61bt11n397................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 5.2 Precautions When Replacing A Qj61bt11 With A Qj61bt11n398................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 6 Upgrading The Functions Of A Master/local Module399................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 7 When Using Gx Developer403................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 7.1 Parameter Settings403................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 7.2 Device Test403................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 7.3 Cc-link Diagnostics404................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 8 Setting Sheet409................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 8.1 Assignment Sheet409................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 8.2 Network Parameter Setting Sheet411................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 8.3 Station Information Setting Sheet413................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 9 Checking The Function Version And Serial Number415................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 10 Cc-link Versions417................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 11 External Dimension Diagram419................................................................................................................................................................
Index420................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions424................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty427................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Programming Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Programming Manual (298 pages)

Structured Text  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 2.17 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product4................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
About Manuals15................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Manual16................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations And Generic Terms In This Manual17................................................................................................................................................................
Overview18................................................................................................................................................................
What Is The St Language18................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of St Program In Melsec-q/l Series20................................................................................................................................................................
St Program Creating Procedure21................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cpus22................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Tool For St Program22................................................................................................................................................................
St Program Specifications22................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Characters And Numeric Values In St Programs25................................................................................................................................................................
Usable Characters25................................................................................................................................................................
Data Handling27................................................................................................................................................................
Data Types27................................................................................................................................................................
About Any Type28................................................................................................................................................................
Array And Structure29................................................................................................................................................................
Data Representation Methods32................................................................................................................................................................
Constants32................................................................................................................................................................
Labels35................................................................................................................................................................
Devices38................................................................................................................................................................
St Program Expressions41................................................................................................................................................................
Assignment Statement41................................................................................................................................................................
Operators42................................................................................................................................................................
Operator List42................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Using The Operators44................................................................................................................................................................
Control Syntaxes46................................................................................................................................................................
Control Syntax List46................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional Statements47................................................................................................................................................................
Repeat Statement55................................................................................................................................................................
Other Control Syntaxes60................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Use Of Control Syntaxes62................................................................................................................................................................
Call Of Function Block69................................................................................................................................................................
Comment72................................................................................................................................................................
Melsec Functions74................................................................................................................................................................
How The Functions Are Described74................................................................................................................................................................
Output77................................................................................................................................................................
Output To Device77................................................................................................................................................................
Low-speed Timer77................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Timer78................................................................................................................................................................
Counter78................................................................................................................................................................
Set Of Device79................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Of Device79................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Of Direct Output Into Pulse80................................................................................................................................................................
1-bit Shift81................................................................................................................................................................
1-bit Shift Of Device81................................................................................................................................................................
Termination82................................................................................................................................................................
Stop82................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Operation83................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Comparison (=)83................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Comparison (>)84................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Comparison (<)85................................................................................................................................................................
Arithmetic Operation86................................................................................................................................................................
Addition Of Bcd 4-digit Data (2 Devices)86................................................................................................................................................................
Addition Of Bcd 4-digit Data (3 Devices)86................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction Of Bcd 4-digit Data (2 Devices)87................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction Of Bcd 4-digit Data (3 Devices)87................................................................................................................................................................
Addition Of Bcd 8-digit Data (2 Devices)88................................................................................................................................................................
Addition Of Bcd 8-digit Data (3 Devices)88................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction Of Bcd 8-digit Data (2 Devices)89................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction Of Bcd 8-digit Data (3 Devices)89................................................................................................................................................................
Multiplication Of Bcd 4-digit Data90................................................................................................................................................................
Division Of Bcd 4-digit Data90................................................................................................................................................................
Multiplication Of Bcd 8-digit Data91................................................................................................................................................................
Division Of Bcd 8-digit Data91................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Data Connection (2 Devices)92................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Data Connection (3 Devices)92................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Block Addition93................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Block Subtraction93................................................................................................................................................................
Increment94................................................................................................................................................................
Decrement94................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Increment95................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Decrement95................................................................................................................................................................
Data Conversion96................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Bcd Conversion96................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd Bin Conversion97................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bcd Bin Conversion97................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Bin Conversion98................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Floating-point Bin Conversion98................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Floating-point Conversion99................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Floating-point Conversion99................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Bin 32-bit Bin Conversion100................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin 16-bit Bin Conversion100................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Gray Code Conversion101................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Gray Code Conversion101................................................................................................................................................................
Gray Code Bin Conversion102................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Gray Code Bin Conversion102................................................................................................................................................................
2' Complement Of 16-bit Bin103................................................................................................................................................................
2' Complement Of 32-bit Bin103................................................................................................................................................................
2' Complement Of Floating-point104................................................................................................................................................................
Block Bcd Bin Conversion105................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer106................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Data Not Transfer106................................................................................................................................................................
Block Transfer107................................................................................................................................................................
Same Data Block Transfer107................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Data Exchange108................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Exchange109................................................................................................................................................................
First/last Byte Exchange109................................................................................................................................................................
Program Execution Control110................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Disable110................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Enable110................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Refresh111................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Operation Commands112................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Product (2 Devices)112................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Product (3 Devices)112................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Logical Product (2 Devices)113................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Logical Product (3 Devices)113................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Logical Product114................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Sum (2 Devices)114................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Sum (3 Devices)115................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Logical Sum (2 Devices)115................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Logical Sum (3 Devices)116................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Logical Sum116................................................................................................................................................................
Exclusive Or (2 Devices)117................................................................................................................................................................
Exclusive Or (3 Devices)117................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Exclusive Or (2 Devices)118................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Exclusive Or (3 Devices)118................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Exclusive Or119................................................................................................................................................................
Not Exclusive Or (2 Devices)119................................................................................................................................................................
Not Exclusive Or (3 Devices)120................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Not Exclusive Or (2 Devices)120................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Not Exclusive Or (3 Devices)121................................................................................................................................................................
Block Data Not Exclusive Or121................................................................................................................................................................
Rotation122................................................................................................................................................................
Right Rotation (carry Flag Not Included)122................................................................................................................................................................
Right Rotation (carry Flag Included)122................................................................................................................................................................
Left Rotation (carry Flag Not Included)123................................................................................................................................................................
Left Rotation (carry Flag Included)123................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Right Rotation (carry Flag Not Included)124................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Right Rotation (carry Flag Included)124................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Left Rotation (carry Flag Not Included)125................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Left Rotation (carry Flag Included)125................................................................................................................................................................
Shift126................................................................................................................................................................
N-bit Right Shift126................................................................................................................................................................
N-bit Left Shift126................................................................................................................................................................
N-bit Data 1-bit Right Shift127................................................................................................................................................................
N-bit Data 1-bit Left Shift127................................................................................................................................................................
1-word Right Shift128................................................................................................................................................................
1-word Left Shift128................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Processing129................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Set Of Word Device129................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Reset Of Word Device129................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Test Of Word Device130................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Test Of 32-bit Data130................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Device Batch Reset131................................................................................................................................................................
Data Processing132................................................................................................................................................................
Data Search132................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Search132................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Check133................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Bit Check133................................................................................................................................................................
Decode134................................................................................................................................................................
Encode134................................................................................................................................................................
7-segment Decode135................................................................................................................................................................
4-bit Disconnection Of 16-bit Data135................................................................................................................................................................
4-bit Connection Of 16-bit Data136................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Disconnection Of Any Data136................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Connection Of Any Data137................................................................................................................................................................
Byte Unit Data Disconnection137................................................................................................................................................................
Byte Unit Data Connection138................................................................................................................................................................
Data Maximum Value Retrieval138................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Maximum Value Retrieval139................................................................................................................................................................
Data Minimum Value Retrieval139................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Minimum Value Retrieval140................................................................................................................................................................
Data Sort140................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Sort141................................................................................................................................................................
Total Value Calculation141................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Total Value Calculation142................................................................................................................................................................
Structuring143................................................................................................................................................................
Refresh143................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory Access144................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module 1-word Data Read144................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module 2-word Data Read144................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module 1-word Data Write145................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module 2-word Data Write145................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Processing146................................................................................................................................................................
Bin146................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Decimal Ascii Conversion146................................................................................................................................................................
Decimal Ascii Bin Conversion146................................................................................................................................................................
Hexadecimal Ascii Bin Conversion147................................................................................................................................................................
Hexadecimal Ascii 32-bit Bin Conversion150................................................................................................................................................................
Decimal Ascii Bcd 4-digit Conversion151................................................................................................................................................................
Decimal Ascii Bcd 8-digit Conversion151................................................................................................................................................................
Device Comment Data Read152................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Length Detection152................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Bin Character String Conversion153................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Bin Conversion153................................................................................................................................................................
Character String 32-bit Bin Conversion154................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Character String Conversion155................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Floating-point Conversion155................................................................................................................................................................
Bin Ascii Conversion156................................................................................................................................................................
Ascii Bin Conversion156................................................................................................................................................................
Fetch From Character String Right Side157................................................................................................................................................................
Fetch From Character String Left Side157................................................................................................................................................................
Any Data Fetch In Character String158................................................................................................................................................................
Any Data Replacement In Character String158................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Search159................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Bcd Decomposition159................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd Format Data Floating-point160................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions161................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Sin Operation161................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Cos Operation161................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Tan Operation162................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Square Root165................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Natural Exponential Operation165................................................................................................................................................................
Floating-point Natural Logarithm Operation166................................................................................................................................................................
Random Number Generation166................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Change167................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd 4-digit Square Root167................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd 8-digit Square Root168................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd Type Sin Operation168................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd Type Cos Operation169................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd Type Tan Operation169................................................................................................................................................................
Data Control172................................................................................................................................................................
Upper/lower Limit Control172................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Upper/lower Limit Control173................................................................................................................................................................
Dead Band Control174................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Dead Band Control175................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Zone Control176................................................................................................................................................................
32-bit Data Bit Zone Control177................................................................................................................................................................
File Register Block No. Switching178................................................................................................................................................................
Set Of File Register File178................................................................................................................................................................
Set Of Comment File179................................................................................................................................................................
Clock180................................................................................................................................................................
Read Of Clock Data180................................................................................................................................................................
Write Of Clock Data181................................................................................................................................................................
Addition Of Clock Data182................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction Of Clock Data183................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Format Conversion (hour, Minute, Second Second)184................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Format Conversion (second Hour, Minute, Second)184................................................................................................................................................................
Program Control185................................................................................................................................................................
Program Standby185................................................................................................................................................................
Program Output Off Standby185................................................................................................................................................................
Program Scan Execution Registration186................................................................................................................................................................
Program Low-speed Execution Registration186................................................................................................................................................................
Others187................................................................................................................................................................
Wdt Reset187................................................................................................................................................................
Iec Functions188................................................................................................................................................................
Type Conversion Functions190................................................................................................................................................................
Boolean Type (bool) Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Conversion190................................................................................................................................................................
Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Boolean Type (bool) Conversion193................................................................................................................................................................
Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Real Number Type (real) Conversion195................................................................................................................................................................
Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Character String Type196................................................................................................................................................................
(string) Conversion196................................................................................................................................................................
Integer Type (int) Real Number Type (real) Conversion199................................................................................................................................................................
Integer Type (int) Character String Type (string) Conversion200................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number Type (real) Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Conversion201................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number Type (real) Integer Type (int) Conversion202................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number Type (real) Character String Type (string) Conversion203................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Type (string) Boolean Type (bool) Conversion204................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Type (string) Double Precision Integer Type (dint) Conversion205................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Type (string) Integer Type (int) Conversion206................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Type (string) Real Number Type207................................................................................................................................................................
Numerical Functions (general Functions)208................................................................................................................................................................
Absolute Value208................................................................................................................................................................
Square Root209................................................................................................................................................................
Numeric Functions (logarithm Functions)210................................................................................................................................................................
Natural Logarithm210................................................................................................................................................................
Natural Exponent211................................................................................................................................................................
Numerical Functions (trigonometric Functions)212................................................................................................................................................................
Arithmetic Operation Functions218................................................................................................................................................................
Addition218................................................................................................................................................................
Multiplication219................................................................................................................................................................
Subtraction220................................................................................................................................................................
Division221................................................................................................................................................................
Modulus Operation222................................................................................................................................................................
Natural Exponential223................................................................................................................................................................
Assignment225................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Shift Functions226................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Left Shift226................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Right Shift227................................................................................................................................................................
Right Rotation228................................................................................................................................................................
Left Rotation229................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Type Boolean Functions230................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Product230................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Sum231................................................................................................................................................................
Exclusive Logical Sum232................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Not233................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Functions234................................................................................................................................................................
Binary Selection234................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Value236................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Value238................................................................................................................................................................
Limiter240................................................................................................................................................................
Multiplexer242................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Functions244................................................................................................................................................................
Greater Than Right Member ( > )244................................................................................................................................................................
Greater Than Or Equal To Right Member ( >= )246................................................................................................................................................................
Equal ( = )248................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than Or Equal To Right Member ( <= )250................................................................................................................................................................
Less Than Right Member ( < )252................................................................................................................................................................
Unequal ( <> )254................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Functions256................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Length Acquisition256................................................................................................................................................................
Acquisition From Start Position Of Character String257................................................................................................................................................................
Acquisition From End Of Character String258................................................................................................................................................................
Acquisition From Specified Position Of Character String259................................................................................................................................................................
Concatenation Of Character Strings260................................................................................................................................................................
Insertion Of Character String Into Specified Position261................................................................................................................................................................
Deletion Of Character String From Specified Position262................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Character String From Specified Position263................................................................................................................................................................
Search For Character String From Specified Position264................................................................................................................................................................
Error List267................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices282................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Character Strings That Cannot Be Used As Labels And Fb Names283................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 St Instruction Table For Gx Developer And Gx Works2284................................................................................................................................................................

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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual (270 pages)

Multiple CPU System  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Processor | Size: 7.75 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions4................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions7................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions12................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals18................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization21................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Terms And Abbreviations23................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Multiple Cpu System?26................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Multiple Cpu System30................................................................................................................................................................
Difference From Single Cpu System36................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration49................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using Basic Model Qcpu (q00cpu, Q01cpu)49................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu No.158................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using Universal Model Qcpu As Cpu No.172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Peripheral Devices86................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Device And Available Software90................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For System Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Position Of Cpu Module106................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is Basic Model Qcpu107................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is High Performance Model Qcpu Or Process Cpu111................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is Universal Model Qcpu116................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu No. Of Cpu Module123................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of I/o Number Assignment125................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Assignment Of Each Module125................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Of Each Cpu Module127................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range Of Cpu Module And Other Modules128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range With Controlled Module128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range With Non-controlled Module128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Target Under Got Connection135................................................................................................................................................................
Access With Instruction Using Link Direct Device135................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range Of Gx Developer136................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Used By Cpu Module And Intelligent Function Module139................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Used By Intelligent Function Module140................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Multiple Cpu System141................................................................................................................................................................
Operation For Cpu Module Stop Error142................................................................................................................................................................
Host Cpu Number Of Multiple Cpu System145................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter4 Communications Between Cpu Modules147................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Between Cpu Modules Using Cpu Shared Memory149................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Shared Memory149................................................................................................................................................................
Communication By Auto Refresh Using Cpu Shared Memory154................................................................................................................................................................
Communication By Auto Refresh Using Multiple Cpu High Speed Transmission Area169................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Using Cpu Shared Memory By Program182................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Between Cpu Modules When The Error Occurs192................................................................................................................................................................
Communications With Instructions Dedicated To Motion Cpu193................................................................................................................................................................
Control Instruction From Qcpu To Motion Cpu193................................................................................................................................................................
Communication With Dedicated Instructions195................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Of Device Data From Qcpu To Motion Cpu195................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Of Device Data From Qcpu To Qcpu198................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu Synchronous Interrupt199................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu Synchronized Boot-up201................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter5 Processing Time Of Qcpu In Multiple Cpu System 5-1 To203................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of Scan Time203................................................................................................................................................................
Factors For Prolonged Scan Time205................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Processing Time212................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter6 Parameter Added For Multiple Cpu System213................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter List213................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Cpus Setting218................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode Setting220................................................................................................................................................................
Online Module Change Setting220................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Settings Outside Of The Group220................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Area Setting (refresh Setting)220................................................................................................................................................................
Control Cpu Settings221................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu High Speed Transmission Area Setting221................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter7 Precautions For Using Ans/a Series-compatible Modules222................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Use Of Ans/a Series Compatible Module222................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter8 Starting Up The Multiple Cpu System226................................................................................................................................................................
Flow-chart For Starting Up The Multiple Cpu System226................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Multiple Cpu System Parameters228................................................................................................................................................................
Process Cpu228................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting For The Universal Model Qcpu240................................................................................................................................................................
Reusing Preset Multiple Cpu Parameters248................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Program Examples Using Auto Refresh253................................................................................................................................................................
Program Examples For The Universal Model Qcpu259................................................................................................................................................................
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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual (256 pages)

Programmable Controller Current Transformer Input Module  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: I/O Systems | Size: 4.27 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product6................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Emc And Low Voltage Directives7................................................................................................................................................................
Relevant Manuals8................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents10................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization13................................................................................................................................................................
Term16................................................................................................................................................................
Packing List16................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview17................................................................................................................................................................
Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 System Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Systems20................................................................................................................................................................
How To Check The Function Version And Serial Number24................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Specifications26................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications26................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications27................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications List27................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Conversion Characteristics29................................................................................................................................................................
Accuracy31................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Parameter Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Function List33................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Functions35................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Each Function35................................................................................................................................................................
Input Range Setting36................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Enable/disable Function37................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Cycle Switching Function37................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Conversion Method38................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of Digital Conversion Methods38................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Procedures For Digital Conversion Methods43................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal Error Detection Function44................................................................................................................................................................
Peak Current Detection Function46................................................................................................................................................................
Dropout Function49................................................................................................................................................................
Scaling Function50................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Output Function53................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Value/minimum Value Hold Function59................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Function60................................................................................................................................................................
Set Value Backup Function72................................................................................................................................................................
Default Setting Registration Function73................................................................................................................................................................
Error History Function74................................................................................................................................................................
Module Error Collection Function77................................................................................................................................................................
Error Clear Function78................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 I/o Signals Assigned To The Cpu Module79................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Signal List79................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of I/o Signals80................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal80................................................................................................................................................................
Output Signal89................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Buffer Memory91................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Buffer Memory Addresses91................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Buffer Memory Addresses106................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Settings And The Procedure Before Operation138................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Precautions138................................................................................................................................................................
Settings And The Procedure Before Operation139................................................................................................................................................................
Part Names140................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring142................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Precautions142................................................................................................................................................................
External Wiring143................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Various Settings144................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Module144................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Setting145................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting146................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Refresh149................................................................................................................................................................
Offset/gain Setting150................................................................................................................................................................
Setting From "offset/gain Setting" Of Gx Works2150................................................................................................................................................................
Setting From A Program153................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Programming157................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Procedure157................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Module In A Standard System Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example When Using Parameters Of The Intelligent Function Module160................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example When Not Using Parameters Of The Intelligent Function Module164................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Module On The Remote I/o Network167................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Online Module Change182................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Online Module Change182................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions For Online Module Change183................................................................................................................................................................
Online Module Change Operations184................................................................................................................................................................
Online Module Change Procedure185................................................................................................................................................................
When A Factory Default Range Is Used And Parameters Are Set Using The Configuration187................................................................................................................................................................
Function187................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Range Is Used And Parameters Are Set Using The Configuration Function198................................................................................................................................................................
(with Another System)198................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Range Is Used And Parameters Are Set Using A Sequence Program203................................................................................................................................................................
(without Another System)209................................................................................................................................................................
Range Reference Table222................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Troubleshooting223................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code List223................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Code List230................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting231................................................................................................................................................................
When The Run Led Flashes Or Turns Off231................................................................................................................................................................
When The Err. Led Turns On Or Flashes231................................................................................................................................................................
When The Alm Led Turns On Or Flashes232................................................................................................................................................................
When A Digital Output Value Cannot Be Read232................................................................................................................................................................
When Conversion Completed Flag Does Not Turn On In The Normal Mode233................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Ct Input Module Status On Gx Works2 System Monitor234................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices235................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Dedicated Instruction235................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.1 G(p).offgan236................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.2 G(p).ogload238................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.3 G(p).ogstor242................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 When Using Gx Developer246................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2.1 Operation Of Gx Developer246................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 External Dimensions248................................................................................................................................................................
Index250................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions252................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty253................................................................................................................................................................
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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Programming Manual (196 pages)

MELSAP-L  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 9.23 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Relevant Manuals7................................................................................................................................................................
Terms8................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 General Description9................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Sfc Program11................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc (melsap-l) Features12................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 System Configuration19................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cpu Modules19................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Devices For Sfc Programs20................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Specifications21................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications Related To Sfc Programs21................................................................................................................................................................
Device List25................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Time32................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Time For Sfc Program32................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Time For S(p).sfcscomr Instruction And S(p).sfctcomr Instruction36................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating The Sfc Program Capacity38................................................................................................................................................................
Method For Calculating The Sfc Program Capacity38................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Steps Required For Expressing The Sfc Diagram As Sfc Dedicated Instructions39................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Sfc Program Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Sfc Diagram Symbols41................................................................................................................................................................
Steps44................................................................................................................................................................
Step (without Step Attribute)44................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Step47................................................................................................................................................................
Dummy Step48................................................................................................................................................................
Coil Hold Step48................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Hold Step (without Transition Check)50................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Hold Step (with Transition Check)51................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Step53................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start Step (with End Check)54................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start Step (without End Check)55................................................................................................................................................................
End Step57................................................................................................................................................................
Instructions That Cannot Be Used With Operation Outputs59................................................................................................................................................................
Transition60................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Transition60................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Transition62................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Transition65................................................................................................................................................................
Jump Transition69................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Creating Operation Output (step)/transition Condition Programs70................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Sfc Programs By Instructions (sfc Control Instructions)74................................................................................................................................................................
Step Operation Status Check Instructions (a, B, &a, &b, |a, |b) [sn/blm\sn]78................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Transition Check Instruction (a, B, &a, &b, |a, |b) [trn/blm\trn]81................................................................................................................................................................
Block Operation Status Check Instruction (a, B, &a, &b, |a, |b) [blm]84................................................................................................................................................................
Active Step Batch Readout (mov And Dmov)86................................................................................................................................................................
Active Step Batch Readout (bmov)89................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start & End Instructions (s, R) [blm]92................................................................................................................................................................
Block Stop And Restart Instructions (pause, Rstart) [blm]94................................................................................................................................................................
Step Start And End Instructions (s, R) [sn/blm\sn]97................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Transition Execute & Cancel Instructions (s, R) [trn/blm\trn]101................................................................................................................................................................
Active Step Change Instruction (schg)103................................................................................................................................................................
Block Switching Instruction (brset)105................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Information Devices107................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start/end Bit108................................................................................................................................................................
Step Transition Bit110................................................................................................................................................................
Block Stop/restart Bit112................................................................................................................................................................
Block Stop Mode Bit114................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Transition Bit116................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Active Steps Register118................................................................................................................................................................
Step Transition Watchdog Timer119................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Operation Mode Setting121................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Start Mode122................................................................................................................................................................
Block 0 Start Condition124................................................................................................................................................................
Output Mode At Block Stop125................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Execution Block Setting127................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Mode At Double Block Start128................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Mode At Transition To Active Step (double Step Start)129................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Comment Readout Instruction132................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Comment Readout Instruction (s(p). Sfcscomr)133................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Transition Comment Readout Instruction (s(p). Sfctcomr)140................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Sfc Program Processing Sequence147................................................................................................................................................................
Whole Program Processing Of Basic Model Qcpu147................................................................................................................................................................
Whole Program Processing Sequence147................................................................................................................................................................
Whole Program Processing Of High Performance Model Qcpu, Process Cpu, Redundant Cpu, Universal Model Qcpu, And Lcpu148................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Type Designation By Instructions150................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program For Program Execution Management152................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Processing Sequence154................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Execution154................................................................................................................................................................
Block Execution Sequence156................................................................................................................................................................
Step Execution Sequence157................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Transition On/off Operation158................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Sfc Program Execution160................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Start And Stop160................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Program Resumptive Start Procedure161................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start And End162................................................................................................................................................................
Block Start Methods162................................................................................................................................................................
Block End Methods163................................................................................................................................................................
Block Temporary Stop And Restart Methods164................................................................................................................................................................
Block Stop Methods164................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting A Stopped Block165................................................................................................................................................................
Step Start (activate) And End (deactivate) Methods166................................................................................................................................................................
Step Start (activate) Methods166................................................................................................................................................................
Step End (deactivate) Methods166................................................................................................................................................................
Changing An Active Step Status (not Available For Basic Model Qcpu, Universal Model Qcpu, And Lcpu)167................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Methods For Continuous Transition168................................................................................................................................................................
Operation At Program Change169................................................................................................................................................................
Operation At Program Change Made By Write To Plc170................................................................................................................................................................
Program Change By Online Change170................................................................................................................................................................
Online Change (inactive Block)171................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices176................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Special Relay And Special Register List176................................................................................................................................................................
Special Relay (sm) List177................................................................................................................................................................
Special Register (sd) List181................................................................................................................................................................
And Alternative Methods182................................................................................................................................................................
Step Transition Watchdog Timer Replacement Method183................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Execution Block Replacement Method184................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Transition Bit (trn) Replacement Method185................................................................................................................................................................
Active Step Change Instruction (schg) Replacement Method186................................................................................................................................................................
Index188................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Index190................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions192................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty193................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks194................................................................................................................................................................
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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Programming Manual (116 pages)

Structured. Fundamentals  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 1.66 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals8................................................................................................................................................................
Terms9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Purpose Of This Manual10................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Structured Programs12................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Structured Design Of Sequence Programs13................................................................................................................................................................
Hierarchical Sequence Program13................................................................................................................................................................
Structured Sequence Program14................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Procedure For Creating Programs15................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Program Configuration17................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Program Configuration17................................................................................................................................................................
Project18................................................................................................................................................................
Program Files18................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks19................................................................................................................................................................
Pous20................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Pou20................................................................................................................................................................
Program21................................................................................................................................................................
Functions21................................................................................................................................................................
Function Blocks22................................................................................................................................................................
Operators23................................................................................................................................................................
Ladder Blocks24................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Languages For Pous25................................................................................................................................................................
Functions, Function Blocks, And Operators26................................................................................................................................................................
En And Eno29................................................................................................................................................................
Labels31................................................................................................................................................................
Global Labels31................................................................................................................................................................
Local Labels31................................................................................................................................................................
Label Classes32................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Labels33................................................................................................................................................................
Data Types34................................................................................................................................................................
Expressing Methods Of Constants36................................................................................................................................................................
Method For Specifying Data37................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Data38................................................................................................................................................................
Word (16 Bits) Data39................................................................................................................................................................
Double Word (32 Bits) Data41................................................................................................................................................................
Single-precision Real/double-precision Real Data44................................................................................................................................................................
String Data48................................................................................................................................................................
Time Data49................................................................................................................................................................
Arrays50................................................................................................................................................................
Structures53................................................................................................................................................................
Device And Address54................................................................................................................................................................
Device54................................................................................................................................................................
Address55................................................................................................................................................................
Correspondence Between Devices And Addresses56................................................................................................................................................................
Index Setting59................................................................................................................................................................
Libraries72................................................................................................................................................................
User Libraries73................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Assigning A Name74................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Writing Programs75................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Format75................................................................................................................................................................
Operators In St Language76................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax In St Language77................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Functions In St Language83................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Function Blocks In St Language83................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Using Conditional Syntax And Iteration Syntax84................................................................................................................................................................
Operations When The Master Control Instruction Is Used87................................................................................................................................................................
Structured Ladder/fbd88................................................................................................................................................................
Ladder Symbols In Structured Ladder/fbd Language89................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Order91................................................................................................................................................................
Ladder Branches And Compilation Results93................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Creating Programs With Structured Ladder/fbd94................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices95................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Correspondence Between Generic Data Types And Devices95................................................................................................................................................................
Internal User Device95................................................................................................................................................................
Internal System Device97................................................................................................................................................................
Link Direct Device98................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module Device99................................................................................................................................................................
Index Register99................................................................................................................................................................
File Register100................................................................................................................................................................
Nesting100................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer100................................................................................................................................................................
Constant101................................................................................................................................................................
String Constant101................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Character Strings That Cannot Be Used In Label Names And Data Names102................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 Recreating Ladder Programs105................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Creating A Structured Program105................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating A Structured Program106................................................................................................................................................................
Index110................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions112................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty113................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks114................................................................................................................................................................
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Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Programming Manual (110 pages)

QnA Programming Manual (PID Control Instructions)  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 7.9 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals8................................................................................................................................................................
Relevant Manuals8................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Terms11................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 General Description12................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Processing Method13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 System Configuration For Pid Control14................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cpu15................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Pid Control Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control By Incomplete Derivative16................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Operation Block Diagram And Operation Expressions17................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Instruction List18................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control By Complete Derivative22................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Functions Of Pid Control27................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Pid Control27................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Pid Control28................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Method28................................................................................................................................................................
Forward Operation And Reverse Operation28................................................................................................................................................................
Proportional Operation (p Operation)29................................................................................................................................................................
Integral Operation (i Operation)30................................................................................................................................................................
Derivative Operation (d Operation)31................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Operation32................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions33................................................................................................................................................................
Bumpless Changeover Function33................................................................................................................................................................
Mv Upper/lower Limit Control Function33................................................................................................................................................................
Function For Transfer To The Sv Storage Device For The Pv In Manual Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Pid Control Data Or Input/output Data Setting Range (for Qcpu And Lcpu)35................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Pid Control Procedure36................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Data38................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Loops To Be Used And The Number Of Loops To Be Executed In A Single Scan51................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Cycle52................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Data53................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Pid Control Instructions58................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 How To Read Explanations For Instructions60................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Incomplete Derivative Pid Control Instructions And Program Examples62................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Instructions62................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Data Settings62................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Stop/start Of Designated Loop No65................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Change At Designated Loop66................................................................................................................................................................
8.2 Pid Control Program Examples68................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration For Program Examples68................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example For Automatic Mode Pid Control68................................................................................................................................................................
Program Example For Changing The Pid Control Mode Between Automatic And Manual71................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Complete Derivative Pid Control Instructions And Program Examples74................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control76................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Pid Control Status (qnacpu Only)78................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Program Examples (for Qcpu And Lcpu)83................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Program Examples (qnacpu Only)89................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices98................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Processing Time List98................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Anti-reset Windup Measure102................................................................................................................................................................
Index103................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Index105................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions107................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty108................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series User Manual (88 pages)

Safety programmable controller  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 3.83 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions4................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents11................................................................................................................................................................
About Manuals14................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With The Emc And Low Voltage Directives14................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Terms And Abbreviations15................................................................................................................................................................
Packing List15................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter1 Overview16................................................................................................................................................................
About Safety Relay Module16................................................................................................................................................................
Features17................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Safety Relay Module Model19................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter2 System Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Systems21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter3 Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Q Series Safety Relay Module Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sp-q Q Series Safety Relay Module24................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sn-q Q Series Safety Relay Module26................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Safety Relay Module Specifications28................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sp-cc Cc-link Safety Relay Module28................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sn-cc Cc-link Safety Relay Module30................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Safety Relay Module Specifications32................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sp-ex Extension Safety Relay Module32................................................................................................................................................................
Qs90sr2sn-ex Extension Safety Relay Module34................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Signals36................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Specifications37................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter4 Functions38................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Input Function38................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up/off Check Function39................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up Method Selection Function40................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Output Function40................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Function41................................................................................................................................................................
Partial Shutdown Function With Extension Module42................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter5 Settings And Procedures Before Operation43................................................................................................................................................................
Q Series Safety Relay Module43................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up Procedures43................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Precautions45................................................................................................................................................................
Part Names And Settings46................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting/removal47................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Safety Relay Module48................................................................................................................................................................
Station Number Setting53................................................................................................................................................................
Module Installation Direction53................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Safety Relay Module54................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring60................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Safety Devices And Wiring60................................................................................................................................................................
Spring Clamp Terminal Block67................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching/removing A Terminal Block70................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Handling Cc-link Dedicated Cable70................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting With Cc-link Dedicated Cables71................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Wiring Power Supply71................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Extension Modules72................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter6 Troubleshooting73................................................................................................................................................................
Error Check Method With Led74................................................................................................................................................................
Error Check Method With Monitor Signal75................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Manual (51 pages)

Programmable Logic Controller  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 0.35 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction11................................................................................................................................................................
Features11................................................................................................................................................................
System Configurations13................................................................................................................................................................
Overall Configurations13................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Systems15................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications17................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Conversion Characteristics18................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input Characteristics19................................................................................................................................................................
Current Input Characteristics20................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Offset/gain Setting And The Digital Output Values21................................................................................................................................................................
Functions24................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Conversion Speed25................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Speed Per Channel25................................................................................................................................................................
Influence Of [from]/[to] Instruction Executions On Maximum Conversion Speed25................................................................................................................................................................
I/o List For Pc Cpu26................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Memory28................................................................................................................................................................
A-d Conversion-enabled/disabled Setting29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For Sampling Processing/averaging Processing30................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Output Values32................................................................................................................................................................
Write Data Error Code32................................................................................................................................................................
A-d Conversion-completion Flag33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Resolution33................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-operation Settings And Procedures34................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Instructions34................................................................................................................................................................
Nomenclature35................................................................................................................................................................
Offset/gain Settings36................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring38................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Instructions38................................................................................................................................................................
Module Connection Example38................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance38................................................................................................................................................................
Programming39................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Setting Program And Digital Output Value Read Program39................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Programs When The A68adn Is Loaded Onto Remote I/o Station41................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program When An A68adn Is Loaded To A Remote I/o Station (using Anacpu Dedicated Instructions)45................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting48................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Table48................................................................................................................................................................
Run Led (a68adn) Is Flashing49................................................................................................................................................................
Run Led (a68adn) Is Off49................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Output Value Cannot Be Read49................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices50................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Comparison Of A68adn And A68ad/a68ad-s2/a616ad Functions50................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 External Dimensions51................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Manual

Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC Q Series Manual (35 pages)

Simple Motion Module  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Control Unit | Size: 1.19 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions4................................................................................................................................................................
Outline5................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration5................................................................................................................................................................
Got5................................................................................................................................................................
System Applications That Are Automatically Selected5................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Setting Of Screen Design Software5................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Setting Of Screen Design Software6................................................................................................................................................................
Overlap Window Setting Of Screen Design Software6................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Motion Module6................................................................................................................................................................
Start I/o Number Of Module6................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Specifications6................................................................................................................................................................
Display Language6................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Transition6................................................................................................................................................................
Screen List/transition (common)6................................................................................................................................................................
Screen List/transition (individual)7................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Screens9................................................................................................................................................................
Menu (b-30001)9................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor (b-30002)10................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Monitor (b-30003)11................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Monitor 1/4 (b-30004)12................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Monitor 2/4 (b-30005)13................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Monitor 3/4 (b-30006)14................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Monitor 4/4 (b-30007)15................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Auto-generation Function (b-30008)16................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning (b-30009)17................................................................................................................................................................
Error & Warning History (b-30010)18................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Display (b-30500)19................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Reset (w-30001)21................................................................................................................................................................
Language Setting (w-30002)22................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Setting (w-30003)23................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Auto-generation Check Screen (w-30010)24................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning Setting Check Screen (w-30011)25................................................................................................................................................................
Device List26................................................................................................................................................................
Devices Of The Controller26................................................................................................................................................................
Got Internal Devices28................................................................................................................................................................
Comment List28................................................................................................................................................................
Script List29................................................................................................................................................................
Project Script29................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Script29................................................................................................................................................................
Object Script30................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Display33................................................................................................................................................................
Others34................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Start I/o Number34................................................................................................................................................................

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