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Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (314 pages)

Motion Control Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 8.25 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions17................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Motion Control18................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Models19................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions20................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions By Power Consumption In Fp7 System21................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Software23................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanism Of Processing24................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Powe Supply Turns On25................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts27................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor Leds29................................................................................................................................................................
Esm (state Transition Diagram)30................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Wiring31................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of Servo Amplifier A5b32................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Input Signals33................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Network34................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Procedure37................................................................................................................................................................
Section Details38................................................................................................................................................................
Registration In I/o Map39................................................................................................................................................................
Download Of I/o Map40................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of Slot Numbers41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Used Axes42................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Network Configuration46................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Of Slaves (online)48................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Station Addresses And Axis Numbers50................................................................................................................................................................
Download To Fp7 Mc Unit52................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting Power Supplies And Checking Communication State54................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Limit And Near Home Switches56................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignment Setting Of Servo Amplifier57................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Servo Amplifier Input State59................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of Fp7 Mc Unit60................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Managing Files62................................................................................................................................................................
Export To Csv Files63................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Common Settings66................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Common Settings Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Parameter Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Parameters (basic Setup)70................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Parameters (options)71................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Parameters (operation)72................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Table Setting74................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Patterns And Tables77................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Parameter And Cam Pattern Settings78................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Pattern Setting79................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of Setting Contents80................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Of Parameters82................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer To Mc Unit And Test Operation85................................................................................................................................................................
Before Turning On The Power86................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Turning On The Power87................................................................................................................................................................
Checking While The Power Is On88................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Network Communication State89................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Safety Circuit By The Plc Unit90................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Operation Of Near Home Switch91................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Function Of Cmi92................................................................................................................................................................
Data Monitor94................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation Function Of Cmi96................................................................................................................................................................
Serve On/off With Tool Operation Function98................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Operation With Tool Operation Function100................................................................................................................................................................
Home Return By Tool Operation Function102................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning By Tool Operation Function104................................................................................................................................................................
Teaching By Tool Operation Function107................................................................................................................................................................
Creation Of User Programs111................................................................................................................................................................
How To Create User Programs112................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Programs114................................................................................................................................................................
Servo On/off Control Program115................................................................................................................................................................
Start Enabled Program116................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Data To Output Control Area117................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Programming118................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation (position Control)119................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation120................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of E-point Control122................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of P-point Control124................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of C-point Control126................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of J-point Control128................................................................................................................................................................
Interpolation Control130................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Interpolation Control (three-axis Interpolation)132................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Two-axis Linear Interpolation135................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Two-axis Circular Interpolation137................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Three-axis Linear Interpolation139................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Three-axis Spiral Interpolation141................................................................................................................................................................
Repeat Function143................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Operation During Repeat Operation144................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Repeat145................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Programs147................................................................................................................................................................
Rewriting Positioning Data By User Programs150................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure Of Rewriting151................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program (rewritign Positioning Tables)152................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation (synchronous Control)155................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Control156................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Master And Slave Axes158................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Slave Axes And Settings159................................................................................................................................................................
Setting By Cmi160................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Cancel Of Synchronous Control162................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Canceling Or Starting Synchronous Control164................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Gear Function166................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Contents Of Setting Parameters167................................................................................................................................................................
Gear Ratio Changes While In Operation168................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Clutch Function170................................................................................................................................................................
Trigger Types For Electronic Clutch172................................................................................................................................................................
Engagement Method Of Electronic Clutch173................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Cam Function174................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Pattern Setting Method176................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation (jog Operation)183................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Home Return184................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Speed During Jog Operation186................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Jog Inching Operation188................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation (home Return)193................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Home Return194................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Home Return200................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Functions205................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Stop Functions206................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics Of Pause Function208................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Related To Stop Function209................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Parameter210................................................................................................................................................................
Operation During Stop211................................................................................................................................................................
Supplementary Functions213................................................................................................................................................................
Dwell Time214................................................................................................................................................................
Software Limit215................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Output Code And Auxiliary Output Contact216................................................................................................................................................................
Current Value Update218................................................................................................................................................................
Home Coordinates220................................................................................................................................................................
Movement Amount Automatic Check222................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Error (torque / Actual Speed Judgement)223................................................................................................................................................................
Ethercat Communication Setting224................................................................................................................................................................
Device Editor225................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Pdo Mapping226................................................................................................................................................................
Change Of Pdo Mapping227................................................................................................................................................................
Ec Packet Monitor Function230................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set231................................................................................................................................................................
How To Execute232................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting235................................................................................................................................................................
Errors And Warnings236................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Errors/warnings Using User Programs237................................................................................................................................................................
Error And Warning Logs238................................................................................................................................................................
Error Recovery Process239................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Table240................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Operation Errors (from 00f0 3000h)241................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Value Errors (from 00f0 4000h)243................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Parameter Setting Errors (from 00f0 5000h)246................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Code Table249................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications251................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Specifications253................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications254................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation256................................................................................................................................................................
Whole Configuration Of Unit Memories258................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memories (input And Output Control Areas)260................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Output Control Area261................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Input Control Area Functions262................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Output Control Area Function270................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memories (common Area)275................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameter Control Area276................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Group Setting Area277................................................................................................................................................................
Current Value Update Data Area278................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control Starting Table Number Setting Area279................................................................................................................................................................
Error Annunciation And Clear Area280................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Annunciation And Clear Area282................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Control Monitor Area284................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memories (each Axis Information Area)286................................................................................................................................................................
Each Axis Information & Monitor Area287................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memories (each Axis Setting Area)290................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Parameter Setting Area291................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting Area292................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Positioning Data Setting Area298................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memories (synchronous Control Setting Area)305................................................................................................................................................................
Sychronous Control Setting Area306................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Gear Setting Area307................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Cam Setting Area309................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions310................................................................................................................................................................

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Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (275 pages)

Positioning Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 5.47 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Unit And Restrictions On Combinations13................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Positioning Unit14................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Unit14................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Type15................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations Of Units16................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts17................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Status Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring21................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Over Wire-pressed Terminal Cable22................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications Of Wire-pressed Terminal Cable22................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly Of Connector For Wire-pressed Terminal Cable23................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Specifications And Terminal Wiring24................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
Supply Of Power To Drive Internal Circuit28................................................................................................................................................................
Line Driver Output28................................................................................................................................................................
Transistor Output28................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Pulse Instruction Signal Input29................................................................................................................................................................
Line Driver Output Type29................................................................................................................................................................
Transistor Output Type29................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Deviation Counter Clear Output Signal30................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Servo On Output Signal31................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Home Input/near Home Input Signal32................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Home Input (connecting Motor Driver Z-phase Output)32................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Home Input (connecting External Switch Sensor)32................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Near Home Input Signal33................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Limit Input Signal33................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Pulse Input34................................................................................................................................................................
Line Driver Type34................................................................................................................................................................
Transistor Open Collector Type34................................................................................................................................................................
Transistor Resistance Pull-up Type34................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Cautions35................................................................................................................................................................
Power On/off And Check Items37................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Circuit Design38................................................................................................................................................................
Before Turning On The Power39................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Turning On The Power41................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Turning Off The Power42................................................................................................................................................................
Check With Power Turned On43................................................................................................................................................................
Check Items After Turning Power On43................................................................................................................................................................
Check On External Safety Circuit44................................................................................................................................................................
Check On Safety Circuit With Positioning Unit44................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Checks On Near Home Switch And Home Switch45................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Rotating And Moving Directions And Moving Distance46................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Allocation And Parameter Settings47................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Allocation48................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Map Registration48................................................................................................................................................................
Check On I/o Allocation Information49................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Allocation For Use51................................................................................................................................................................
Settings In Configurator Pm751................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings53................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings In Configurator Pm753................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting Items54................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Parameter/cam Pattern Settings56................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Parameter Settings56................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Pattern Settings57................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Positioning Data Table58................................................................................................................................................................
Construction Of Positioning Data Table58................................................................................................................................................................
Table No. Positioning Start59................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Patterns And Tables60................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Parameters61................................................................................................................................................................
Save/load Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Export And Import61................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer To Unit And Commissioning63................................................................................................................................................................
Check On Setting Contents64................................................................................................................................................................
Check On Parameter Data64................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Of Parameter Information64................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Of Parameters66................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Parameters To Unit66................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring On Configurator Pm767................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitor67................................................................................................................................................................
Data Monitor67................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation69................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation Function69................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Operation With Tool Operation Function71................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation - Home Return73................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation - Positioning75................................................................................................................................................................
Tool Operation - Teaching77................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation (positioning Control)79................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation80................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control Patterns80................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of E-point Control82................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of P-point Control83................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of J-point Control85................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program (e-point, P-point, And C-point Control)87................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program (j-point Control)87................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Precautions88................................................................................................................................................................
Interpolation Control89................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Interpolation Control89................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of 2-axis Linear Interpolation92................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of 2-axis Circular Interpolation94................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of 3-axis Linear Interpolation97................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Three-axis Linear Interpolation99................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program (interpolation Control)101................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Positioning Repeat Function102................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation (synchronous Control)107................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Control108................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Synchronous Control108................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Master And Slave Axes109................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Master Axis And Settings109................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Slave Axes And Settings110................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling/disabling Synchronous Control111................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Gear Function113................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Electronic Gear Function113................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Contents Of Setting Parameters114................................................................................................................................................................
Gear Ratio Changes While In Operation115................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Clutch Function117................................................................................................................................................................
Trigger Types For Electronic Clutch119................................................................................................................................................................
Engagement Methods Of Electronic Clutch120................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Cam Function121................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Electronic Cam Function121................................................................................................................................................................
Cam Pattern Setting Method123................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation (jog Operation)131................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Jog Operation132................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Speed During Jog Operation134................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation (home Return)137................................................................................................................................................................
Pattern Of Home Return138................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Home Return141................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation (pulser Operation)143................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Pulser Operation144................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Functions147................................................................................................................................................................
Settings And Operations Of Stop Functions148................................................................................................................................................................
Settings And Operations Of Pause Functions149................................................................................................................................................................
Supplementary Functions151................................................................................................................................................................
Dwell Time152................................................................................................................................................................
Software Limit153................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Output Code And Auxiliary Output Contact154................................................................................................................................................................
Current Value Update156................................................................................................................................................................
Coordinate Origin158................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Input159................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Input Types159................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Pulse Input Values160................................................................................................................................................................
Pulser Input Function161................................................................................................................................................................
Feedback Pulse Function161................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Counter Function165................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Speed167................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Cautions169................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Power Supply Clears Contents Of Unit Memory170................................................................................................................................................................
Not Going To Other Operation From Current Operation170................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With The Plc Set To Prog. Mode From Run Mode170................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Positioning Data Setting Areas171................................................................................................................................................................
Errors And Warnings173................................................................................................................................................................
About Errors And Warnings174................................................................................................................................................................
Check And Clearing With Configurator Pm7174................................................................................................................................................................
Check And Clearing With User Program175................................................................................................................................................................
Error And Warning Logs176................................................................................................................................................................
Changes In Recovery From Errors177................................................................................................................................................................
Outline177................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Table178................................................................................................................................................................
System Error (from 1000h)178................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Operation Error (from 3000h)179................................................................................................................................................................
Set Value Error (from 4000h)181................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Warning Codes186................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Warning (from B000h)186................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting189................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs190................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Is Not Rotating Or Operating (pulse Output A And B Leds Are Flashing Or Lit)190................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Is Not Rotating Or Operating (pulse Output A And B Leds Off)190................................................................................................................................................................
Reversed Rotation Or Movement Direction191................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications193................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications194................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications195................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Allocation198................................................................................................................................................................
Entire Configuration Of Memory Unit Area207................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Common Area In Unit Memory208................................................................................................................................................................
Common Area Configuration208................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameter Control Area209................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Speed Factor Area209................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Group Setting Area209................................................................................................................................................................
Current Value Update Data Area211................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control Starting Table Number Setting Area212................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control Area213................................................................................................................................................................
Error Annunciation & Clear Area214................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Annunciation & Clear Area217................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Count Control Area220................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Control Monitor Area221................................................................................................................................................................
System Operation Setting Area223................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Each Axis Information Area In Unit Memory224................................................................................................................................................................
Each Axis Information & Monitor Area224................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Each Axis Setting Area In Unit Memory228................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Each Axis Setting Area228................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting Area229................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Data Setting Areas241................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memory Synchronous Control Setting Area260................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Control Setting Area260................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Information On Synchronous Control Setting Area261................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions263................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program265................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configuration And Contact Allocations Of Sample Programs266................................................................................................................................................................
When Settings Done In Standard Area With Programming Tool268................................................................................................................................................................
When Setting Positioning Data In Extended Area By Programming271................................................................................................................................................................
When Setting Positioning Data In Standard Area By Programming273................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (252 pages)

Multi Input/Output Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 8.43 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions13................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Operation14................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions14................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Type And Product Number15................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Units Combination16................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions By Power Consumption16................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Versions Of Fpwin Gr7 And Units16................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Interrupt Function17................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On I/o Allocation18................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts21................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor Leds23................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Setting Switches23................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Specifications And Wiring25................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Specifications25................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics Of Input/output Circuits26................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Terminal Layout Diagram26................................................................................................................................................................
Input Specifications28................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications30................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of Input And Output32................................................................................................................................................................
Common Precautions To Input And Output32................................................................................................................................................................
Input Wiring32................................................................................................................................................................
Output Wiring34................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Over Wire-pressed Terminal Cable35................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications Of Wire-pressed Terminal Cable35................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly Of Connector For Wire-pressed Terminal Cable35................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Allocation37................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Occupied I/o Points For The Unit38................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of I/o Allocation Information38................................................................................................................................................................
Registration In I/o Map40................................................................................................................................................................
Multi I/o Unit Setting41................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Setup42................................................................................................................................................................
Output Terminal Setting44................................................................................................................................................................
Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Of Contacts To Output Terminals46................................................................................................................................................................
Application To Differential Output47................................................................................................................................................................
Application Setting50................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Items By Use51................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Function53................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Interrupt Function54................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Unit Body54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using Tool Software54................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Interrupt Program56................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Use57................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Example Of Interrupt Function58................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt Input58................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Match Interrupt60................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Function65................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Counter Function66................................................................................................................................................................
Linear Counter And Ring Counter70................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Count Methods72................................................................................................................................................................
Control Signals74................................................................................................................................................................
Reset And Mask74................................................................................................................................................................
Read/write Of Elapsed Value75................................................................................................................................................................
Elapsed Value When Power Turns On75................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Elapsed Value75................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Elapsed Value75................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting/presetting Elapsed Value75................................................................................................................................................................
Elapsed Value Hold Function76................................................................................................................................................................
Operation77................................................................................................................................................................
Input Frequency Measurement Function78................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Measurement Value78................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Output Function79................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Comparison Output Function80................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Output And Comparison Match Signal81................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Example Of Comparison Output Function84................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Output Of Counter For External Input84................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Output / Pwm Output Function87................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Pulse Output / Pwm Output Function88................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Output Function Settings89................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Start Logic89................................................................................................................................................................
Data Update Timing (output Frequency)92................................................................................................................................................................
Data Update Timing (duty Ratio)94................................................................................................................................................................
Enable And Start96................................................................................................................................................................
Reset96................................................................................................................................................................
Read/write Of Pls/pwm Counter Elapsed Value97................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Pls/pwm Counter Elapsed Value97................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Pls/pwm Counter Elapsed Value97................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Example Of Pulse Output / Pwm Output Function98................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of Pulse Output98................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of Pulse Output (frequency Change)100................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of Pulse Output (comparison Match Stop)102................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of Pwm Output104................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Function (h Type)107................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Function108................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Positioning Function108................................................................................................................................................................
Control Mode110................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring111................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Diagram With Servo Motor Amplifier111................................................................................................................................................................
Connections With Servo Motor Amplifier114................................................................................................................................................................
Connection With Stepping Motor Driver115................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Operation Check116................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Circuit Design116................................................................................................................................................................
Before Turning On The Power117................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on And Power-off Sequences118................................................................................................................................................................
After Turning On The Power119................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Positioning Function120................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation Of Positioning Function120................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Table Settings (configurator Pmx)125................................................................................................................................................................
Used Channel Setting125................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings128................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Positioning Data Table131................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Positioning Parameters134................................................................................................................................................................
Check On Parameter Data135................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Parameters To Unit135................................................................................................................................................................
Elapsed Value (current Value) Area136................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Elapsed Value (current Value) Area136................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Control137................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Stop Operations137................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics Of Stop Operations139................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Operation140................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Jog Operation140................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Jog Operation (speed Changes)143................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Changes In Jog Operation144................................................................................................................................................................
Home Return145................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Home Return Operations145................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Patterns Of Home Return Operation146................................................................................................................................................................
Settings And Operations Of Home Return149................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Control152................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Positioning Controls152................................................................................................................................................................
E-point Control (single Speed Positioning)154................................................................................................................................................................
P-point Control (double Speed Positioning)156................................................................................................................................................................
C-point Control158................................................................................................................................................................
J-point Control (jog Positioning)160................................................................................................................................................................
J-point Control (jog Positioning: Speed Changes)163................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Programming166................................................................................................................................................................
Repeat Operation167................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Repeat Operation167................................................................................................................................................................
Settings And Operations Of Repeat Operation169................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Operation During Repeat Operation172................................................................................................................................................................
Linear Interpolation Control173................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Linear Interpolation174................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Difference Between Speed Parameters176................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Speed176................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Patterns And Start Speed Settings177................................................................................................................................................................
Other Characteristics178................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Backup178................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Of Each Operation178................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Cpu Mode Changes From Run To Prog178................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions179................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Of Ladder Programs Using Templates180................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Template Input Function180................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Reading/writing Program181................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting183................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming Errors Using Self-diagnostic Function184................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Led Display Of Unit184................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Mode When An Error Occurs185................................................................................................................................................................
Err Led Turns On On The Unit186................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do When Positioning Error Occurs188................................................................................................................................................................
Err Led Is Flashing On The Unit190................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications193................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications195................................................................................................................................................................
Function Specifications ( Afp7mxy32dwd/ Afp7mxy32dwdh)196................................................................................................................................................................
Positioning Function Specifications (afp7mxy32dwdh)197................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Of I/o Numbers198................................................................................................................................................................
Input198................................................................................................................................................................
Output202................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memories207................................................................................................................................................................
Role Of Unit Memories207................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memories (afp7mxy32dwd/ Afp7mxy32dwdh209................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memories (afp7mxy32dwdh)212................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memory Detailed Information219................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm/error/warning219................................................................................................................................................................
Input Setting220................................................................................................................................................................
Output Setting222................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Setting Area224................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Mode Setting Area226................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Monitor Setting Area227................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Output Setting Area229................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Output / Pwm Output Setting Area231................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Output / Pwm Output Monitor Setting Area233................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memory Detailed Information (h Type)236................................................................................................................................................................
Common Area236................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Information Area238................................................................................................................................................................
Axis Setting Area239................................................................................................................................................................

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Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (252 pages)

CPU Unit Enthernet Expansion Function  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Computer Hardware | Size: 3.76 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Add-ons Specifications11................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Add-ons12................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Add-ons12................................................................................................................................................................
Using Add-ons14................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Setting Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Connection Settings18................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation20................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Relay Related To Built-in Et-lan Function20................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Et-lan Common Occupied Area20................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Relays Of Extended Connections22................................................................................................................................................................
Confiming And Setting I/o Map24................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Of The Number Of Connections25................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Extension Of The Number Of Connections26................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Add-on For The Number Of Connections27................................................................................................................................................................
Setting With Tool Software27................................................................................................................................................................
Instructions Used In Master Communication28................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Setting29................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Routing Setting30................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Routing Setting31................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Function33................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ftp Client Function34................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Function Specifications35................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Specifications35................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Method35................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Ftp Client Function36................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Setup36................................................................................................................................................................
File Transfer Setting36................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Transfer Settings37................................................................................................................................................................
Overwrite Method And Rename Method38................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use File Transfer40................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (sending And Overwriting File)42................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (sending And Renaming File)44................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (getting File)46................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (sending And Overwriting Device)48................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (sending And Renaming Device)50................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp File Transfer Settings (getting Device)52................................................................................................................................................................
Setting With Instructions54................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Server Setting (ftpcsv)55................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Settings (ftpcset)62................................................................................................................................................................
Executing File Transfer With Instructions71................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting Transfer (ftpcreq)71................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Control (ftpcctl)74................................................................................................................................................................
Information Acquisition Of Ethernet Unit (etstat)77................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Logging/trace Transfer86................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Transfer Settings (send Overwrite)86................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Transfer Settings (send Rename)88................................................................................................................................................................
Settings With Instructions90................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Transfer Settings (ftpclog)90................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The Execution Of Transfer With Instruction93................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Using Ftp Client94................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Ftp Client Operation94................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Setting Ftp Client94................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Transferable Data And Processing Time95................................................................................................................................................................
Http Client Function97................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Http Client Function98................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Http Client Function99................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Transfer Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Http Transfer Settings - Send (upload)102................................................................................................................................................................
Http Transfer Settings - Get (download)104................................................................................................................................................................
Http Transfer Settings - Send And Get (upload And Download)5-10106................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Server Setting (httpcsv)108................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Settings (httpcset)114................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Transfer With Instructions120................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Request (httpcreq)120................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Control (httpcctl)123................................................................................................................................................................
Status Acquisition Of Ethernet Unit (etstat)126................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Using Http Client127................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Transmission Function129................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Mail Transmission Function130................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Mail Transmission Function131................................................................................................................................................................
Event Mail Setting131................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Mail Setting131................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Event Mail Transmission132................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Server Setting (smtpcsv)140................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Group Setting (smtpcadd)147................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Transmission Settings (smtpcset)151................................................................................................................................................................
Set Mail Text (smtpcbdy)162................................................................................................................................................................
Read Mail Text (smtpcbrd)165................................................................................................................................................................
Create Text (print)168................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Mails With Instructions179................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Send Request (smtpcreq)179................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Send Control (smtpcctl)182................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Logging/trace Mail Transmission186................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Mail Setting (smtpclog)189................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The Execution Of Transmission With Instruction193................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Using Mail Transmission Function194................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction References195................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Instructions Added To Cpu Ver.3196................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address And Connection Setting Instructions197................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv4set197................................................................................................................................................................
Conset202................................................................................................................................................................
Open209................................................................................................................................................................
Close211................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Instruction213................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Communication Send Instruction Leading Edge Execution213................................................................................................................................................................
Ping Request Instruction (pingreq)217................................................................................................................................................................
Special Instruction220................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Starting Word Number Of Specified Slot (getstno)220................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Instruction221................................................................................................................................................................
Common Items223................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Common Items224................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Sd29 Detail Codes224................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Communication Function225................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Mc Protocol Communication Function226................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Communication226................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Specifications Of Mc Protocol227................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Relays Used For Mc Protocol Communication227................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Mc Protocol Communication228................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Format229................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of Command Response229................................................................................................................................................................
Command And Subcommand230................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of Request Data Part And Response Data Part231................................................................................................................................................................
Device Codes And Device Numbers233................................................................................................................................................................
Bulk Read And Bulk Write235................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Bulk Read235................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Bulk Write238................................................................................................................................................................
Exit Codes When Communication Error Occurs240................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Master Communication (recv)241................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Data From External Devices241................................................................................................................................................................
Recv Instruction (mc Protocol)243................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Master Communication (send)245................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Data To External Devices245................................................................................................................................................................
Send Instruction (mc Protocol)247................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (148 pages)

Programmable Controller CPU Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 6.26 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Ethernet/ip Function9................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Ethernet/ip Communication Function13................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Ethernet/ip14................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication Function15................................................................................................................................................................
Definitions Of Terms16................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Network Configuration Using Cyclic Communication Function21................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Network Configuration Using Cyclic Communication Function3-222................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting One Adapter Device Or Multiple Adapter Devices To One Fp7 Cpu22................................................................................................................................................................
Linking Fp7 Cpus In Multiple Blocks22................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of System Configuration Method23................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet And Ethernet/ip Specifications Of Fp725................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Connections For Each Communication26................................................................................................................................................................
Performance And Functions Of Fp727................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Query27................................................................................................................................................................
Ttl27................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast27................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Setting Method29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method Of Cyclic Communication30................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Ethernet/ip Setting Tool31................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of One Scanner Device And Multiple Adapter Devices32................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of Multiple Scanner Devices And Multiple Adapter Devices33................................................................................................................................................................
Method Of Plc Link34................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Plc Link (data Sharing Between Plcs)34................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method Of Plc Link34................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Setting Tool37................................................................................................................................................................
Selection For Using Ethernet/ip Function38................................................................................................................................................................
How To Display The Built-in Et-lan Setting Dialog Box38................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Method From The Menu Of Gr738................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Method From The Project Tree Of Gr738................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Method From I/o Map Setting Screen38................................................................................................................................................................
How To Change The Built-in Et-lan Setting Dialog Box39................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions And Precautions On Setting Ethernet/ip Function40................................................................................................................................................................
How To Display The Ethernet/ip Setting Screen41................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Method From Menu41................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Method From Tree Display Area41................................................................................................................................................................
How To Operate Ethernet/ip Setting Tool43................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of Ethernet/ip Setting Screen43................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Setting Procedure45................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Basic Configuration45................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Eds Files In Device List47................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use I/o Map And Scan List48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of I/o Map And Scan List48................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Adapter Devices50................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use "device Setting" Tab51................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use "connection Setting" Tab52................................................................................................................................................................
Device Allocation54................................................................................................................................................................
Adding I/o Map Registered Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Setting I/o Map Registered Information57................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use "calculate Load Factor" Tab59................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Load Factor Calculation59................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Device List62................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use I/o Map And Scan List Screen64................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Scan List64................................................................................................................................................................
Editing I/o Map69................................................................................................................................................................
When Eds Files Are Unregistered69................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Device Property Setting69................................................................................................................................................................
Device Property Setting70................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use "save Setting" And "read Setting72................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Of Device Database73................................................................................................................................................................
Export Of Device Database73................................................................................................................................................................
Import Of Device Database75................................................................................................................................................................
When You Want To Restore The Registration Information Before Import77................................................................................................................................................................
Control Data79................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Control Data80................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Annunciation Relays80................................................................................................................................................................
Run/idle Bit80................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication State Tables Of Ethernet/ip82................................................................................................................................................................
Read By Etstat Instruction82................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Operation Of Cyclic Communication83................................................................................................................................................................
Abnormality Judgement And Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
High-level Instructions85................................................................................................................................................................
High-level Instructions Used For Ethernet/ip Control86................................................................................................................................................................
Information Acquisition Of Ethernet/ip (etstat)86................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Node Status Acquisition Instruction (eipndst)93................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication Start Request (eipstart)97................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication Stop Request (eipstart)100................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Input Refresh (eip_in)103................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet/ip Output Refresh (eip_ot)109................................................................................................................................................................
Data Refresh Of Cyclic Communication113................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Data Refresh114................................................................................................................................................................
Input Refresh T>o Direction114................................................................................................................................................................
Output Refresh O>t Direction114................................................................................................................................................................
Data Refresh Method115................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Time Of Transmission Data116................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Time Of Reception Data117................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication Load Factor119................................................................................................................................................................
Calculation Method Of Load Factor120................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link And Ethernet Switch123................................................................................................................................................................
Other Ethernet Communications125................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Of Other Ethernet Communications At The Time Of Cyclic Communication126................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Status Monitoring With System Web131................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Fp7 System Web132................................................................................................................................................................
Starting System Web Screen134................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ethernet/ip Monitor135................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Status Indication > Ethernet/ip Monitor136................................................................................................................................................................
Led Display139................................................................................................................................................................
Lighting State Of Led For Ethernet/ip Setting140................................................................................................................................................................
Lighting Patterns When Starting Plc140................................................................................................................................................................
Lighting Patterns When Plc Is Operating141................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Cyclic Communication Errors143................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Communication: List Of Abnormal Statuses144................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (147 pages)

High-speed Counter Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 3.67 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions9................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And How They Work10................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Unit10................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Type And Product Number11................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations Of Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Power Consumption12................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Versions Of Fpwin Gr7 And Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Interrupt Function12................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts13................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring And Input/output Specifications17................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Over Wire-pressed Terminal Cable18................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications Of Wire-pressed Terminal Cable18................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly Of Connector For Wire-pressed Terminal Cable19................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Circuit Diagram21................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Terminal Layout Diagram21................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Input Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Wiring And Connection Of Count Input24................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Wiring24................................................................................................................................................................
For Line Driver Of Encoder Input24................................................................................................................................................................
For Transistor Open Collector Type Of Encoder Input25................................................................................................................................................................
For Sensor Input25................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Allocation And Parameter Settings27................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Allocation28................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of I/o Allocation Information28................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Occupied Points Of High-speed Counter Unit29................................................................................................................................................................
Registration In I/o Map30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of High-speed Counter Unit31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using Tool Software31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Data Setting Items32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Data And Operation Ready Request35................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Ready Request Program35................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Configuration Data36................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Operation Ready Request Program Is Executed36................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using User Programs37................................................................................................................................................................
Count Function39................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Counters And Basic Settings40................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Settings Of Counters40................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Count Input40................................................................................................................................................................
Linear Counter And Ring Counter41................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Count Methods42................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Count Operations44................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Features Of Count Operations44................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Count Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Count Operation47................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Count Operation47................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Count Operation48................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Reset Count Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Preset Count Operation50................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Of Reset, Preset And Enable Signals51................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Input51................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Input52................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Input54................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Count Value And Changing Current Value55................................................................................................................................................................
Areas Related To Count Value55................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Count Value56................................................................................................................................................................
Count Value When Power Turns On56................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Count Current Value56................................................................................................................................................................
Input Time Constant Setting Function57................................................................................................................................................................
Input Time Constant57................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Function59................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Measurement Function60................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Measurement Function60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Measuring Results62................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program62................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Function63................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Comparison Function64................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Comparison Function64................................................................................................................................................................
Target Value Match Comparison And Band Comparison65................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Target Value Match Function66................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Linear Counter Settings66................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Ring Counter Settings68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Target Value Match Comparison70................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Band Comparison Function73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Band Comparison76................................................................................................................................................................
External Output78................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of External Output Function78................................................................................................................................................................
Output Pattern Setting (only For Band Comparison)80................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Output Function81................................................................................................................................................................
Capture Function83................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Functions84................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Capture Function84................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations85................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of Capture Function88................................................................................................................................................................
One Operation88................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Operation90................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of Sampling Capture Function92................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of Buffer Function94................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Buffer Function94................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Capture Data96................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Capture Register Data96................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Buffer Area Data97................................................................................................................................................................
Operation And Readout Of Capture Done Flag (x4/x5)98................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Information (manual Reset Of Capture Done Flag)100................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Capture Values Storage Area102................................................................................................................................................................
Capture Value Clear Request102................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Program Activation Function103................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Interrupt Program104................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of High-speed Counter Unit104................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Use106................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs107................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostic Function108................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Announced By High-speed Counter Unit108................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming Error Code108................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Errors Using User Programs109................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Error Codes110................................................................................................................................................................
Errors In Operation Ready Request (0100h To 0633h)110................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Occurred In Operations (1000h To 1043h)114................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications115................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications117................................................................................................................................................................
Function Specifications118................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Of I/o Numbers120................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memories122................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Memory Detailed Specifications124................................................................................................................................................................
Common Setting Area124................................................................................................................................................................
Individual Setting Area124................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Display Area134................................................................................................................................................................
Capture Value Buffer Area135................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions145................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (144 pages)

Multi-wire link unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 2.82 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration11................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Types12................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Unit12................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Type13................................................................................................................................................................
Network Type14................................................................................................................................................................
Mewnet-w / Mewnet-w214................................................................................................................................................................
Mewnet-f16................................................................................................................................................................
Function Overview18................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link (mewnet-w / Mewnet-w2)18................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer (mewnt-w / Mewnet-w2)20................................................................................................................................................................
Remote I/o Control (mewnet-f)21................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions (mewnet-w / Mewne-w2)21................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations Of Units22................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Power Consumption22................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Versions Of Unit And Software22................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Number Of Installed Units And Used Functions22................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Installation Position23................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Communication24................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Network Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts25................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Settings27................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor Leds29................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring31................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cables And Solderless Terminals32................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cables32................................................................................................................................................................
Terminals33................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of Transmission Line34................................................................................................................................................................
Mewnet-w35................................................................................................................................................................
Overview36................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Switches Of The Unit37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Registration In I/o Map38................................................................................................................................................................
No. Of Occupied I/o Points Of Mewnet-w39................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of Slot Numbers39................................................................................................................................................................
W Link Unit Setting Procedure40................................................................................................................................................................
W Link Unit Setting Dialog Box42................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using User Programs44................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link46................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Link Area Allocation46................................................................................................................................................................
Holding Start Number Setting49................................................................................................................................................................
Communication State Information Copy Destination Device49................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer50................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer From Own Unit To Destination Unit (send)50................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer From Destination Unit To Own Unit52................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions When Using Data Transfer Function54................................................................................................................................................................
Mewnet-w255................................................................................................................................................................
No. Of Occupied I/o Points Of Mewnet-w259................................................................................................................................................................
W2 Link Unit Setting Procedure60................................................................................................................................................................
W2 Link Unit Setting Dialog Box62................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link Operation State Flag66................................................................................................................................................................
Link Error Information67................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of The Unit75................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Occupied I/o Points For The Unit77................................................................................................................................................................
F Link Unit Setting Procedure78................................................................................................................................................................
F Link Unit Setting Dialog Box80................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Of Remote I/o Map82................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Numbers Allocated To Slaves82................................................................................................................................................................
Registration By Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Online Mount Allocation86................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Mewnet-f System87................................................................................................................................................................
Check Before Turning On The Power87................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on And Power-off Sequences87................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Operation Of Slave Connection Wait Time88................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Before Operation (before Switching To Run Mode)89................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Communication State89................................................................................................................................................................
Behavior During Operation90................................................................................................................................................................
Remote I/o Refresh90................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions91................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Programming92................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Tool Software93................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Link94................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications And Restrictions95................................................................................................................................................................
Hierarchy Link96................................................................................................................................................................
Relevant Information98................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of [lc] Command Response98................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of [0c] Command Response100................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting103................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostic Function104................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor Leds Of Cpu Unit104................................................................................................................................................................
Operation State Of Cpu Unit When An Error Occurs104................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Monitor Leds Of Fp7 Mw Unit105................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation By System Relays / System Data Registers106................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation By System Registers106................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation By System Data Registers107................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor And Operation By User Programs108................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Status By Pmget Instruction108................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Errors By Err Instruction109................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs110................................................................................................................................................................
When Transmission Error Occurs (com.led Of Fp7 Mw Unit Turns Off)8-8110................................................................................................................................................................
When Err Led On Fp7 Mw Unit Turns On110................................................................................................................................................................
When Err Led On Fp7 Mw Unit Is Flashing110................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction References113................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Instructions114................................................................................................................................................................
Send Instruction (when Using Fp7 Mw Unit)114................................................................................................................................................................
Recv Instruction (when Using Fp7 Mw Unit)116................................................................................................................................................................
Pmget Instruction (for Mewnet-w)118................................................................................................................................................................
Pmget Instruction (for Mewnet-w2)120................................................................................................................................................................
Pmget Instruction (for Mewnet-f)123................................................................................................................................................................
Pmset/ppmset Instruction (for Mewnet-w)124................................................................................................................................................................
Pmset/ppmset Instruction (for Mewnet-w2)126................................................................................................................................................................
Special Instructions128................................................................................................................................................................
Err Instruction128................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications129................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications130................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications130................................................................................................................................................................
List Of System Relays (sr)132................................................................................................................................................................
List Of System Data Registers (sd)133................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix135................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility With Conventional Model Fp2sh136................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On The Number Of Units Installed136................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link Function (w Mode, W2 Mode)136................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer Function (w Mode, W2 Mode)137................................................................................................................................................................
Command Relay Function (w Mode, W2 Mode)138................................................................................................................................................................
Remote I/o Function (f Mode)139................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communication Unit139................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (109 pages)

CPU Unit. COM port communication  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 2.09 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Functions Of Cpu Unit9................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Ports Of Cpu Unit10................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Purposes Of Communication Ports10................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Functions Supported By Each Port11................................................................................................................................................................
Applications That Can Be Used In Each Port11................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Communication Cassette11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Communication Functions12................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link Functions (mewnet-w0)12................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol Master/slave Communication13................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Master/slave Communication14................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Communication15................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring The Com. Port17................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Communication Cassette18................................................................................................................................................................
Attachment Instructions18................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of Com Port Terminal Block19................................................................................................................................................................
Suitable Wires And Tools19................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Cable20................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Method21................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring For Cpu Unit (gt Power Supply And Com0 Port)22................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Gt Power Supply Terminals22................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Layouts And Examples Of Wiring22................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring For Communication Cassettes Com1 And Com2 Ports24................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Cassette Afp7ccs1 (rs-232c, 1-channel Insulated Type)24................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Cassette Afp7ccs2 (rs-232c, 2-channel Insulated Type)25................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Cassette Afp7ccm1 (rs-422 / Rs-485, 1-channel Insulated Type)28................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Cassette Afp7ccm2 (rs-422 / Rs-485, 2-channel Insulated Type)31................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Cassette Afp7ccs1m135................................................................................................................................................................
1-channel Insulated Type)35................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Confirming Communication Conditions37................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Applications And Communication Conditions38................................................................................................................................................................
Applications To Be Set For Each Port38................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions To Be Set For Each Port38................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Using Tool Software Fpwin Gr739................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Signals Used For Communication40................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation40................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link43................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Plc Link Mewnet-w044................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Plc Link Operation44................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Link Relays And Link Registers45................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Required For Plc Link46................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Procedure46................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Setting Items47................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Items For Plc Link48................................................................................................................................................................
Station No. Setting48................................................................................................................................................................
Max. Station No. Setting48................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Block Numbers For Link Relays And Link Registers To Be Used4-749................................................................................................................................................................
Range Of Use Of Link Relays And Range Of Use Of Link Registers49................................................................................................................................................................
Starting No. For Link Relay Send Area And Sending Size50................................................................................................................................................................
Starting No. For Link Register Send Area And Sending Size51................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Link Response Time53................................................................................................................................................................
Response Time Of 1 Transmission Cycle53................................................................................................................................................................
Response Time When There Is A Station Yet To Be Added55................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration58................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Communication Conditions58................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Mewtocol / Mewtocol7 Supporting Commands59................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Mewtocol Commands59................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Mewtocol7 Commands59................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol-com Master Communication (recv)60................................................................................................................................................................
Read Data From An External Device60................................................................................................................................................................
Recv Command (when Mewtocol-com Is Used)62................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol-com Master Communication (send)63................................................................................................................................................................
Write Data Into An External Device63................................................................................................................................................................
Send Command (when Mewtocol-com Is Used)65................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Modbus Rtu Supported Commands69................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Modbus Function Codes69................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Master Communication (recv)70................................................................................................................................................................
Recv Command (modbus Function Code Specified Type)72................................................................................................................................................................
Recv Command (modbus Function Code Unspecified Type)73................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Master Communication (send)74................................................................................................................................................................
Send Command (modbus Function Code Specified Type)76................................................................................................................................................................
Send Command (modbus Function Code Unspecified Type)77................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of General-purpose Communication80................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Operation82................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Sending Operation82................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of Sent Data84................................................................................................................................................................
Gpsend (general-purpose Communication Sending Command)85................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Sending Data86................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving Operation87................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Receiving Operation87................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of Received Data89................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Receiving Data89................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Of The "reception Done Copy" Flag And Multiplex Reception90................................................................................................................................................................
Gprecv (general-purpose Communication Receiving Command)91................................................................................................................................................................
Sending/receiving Flag Operation92................................................................................................................................................................
No Header (start Code), Terminator (end Code) "cr92................................................................................................................................................................
Start Code "stx", End Code "etx93................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications95................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Function Specifications96................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Communication Specifications96................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Cassette Communication Specifications98................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol-com Format99................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol-com Command Format99................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol-com Response Format101................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol7-com Format103................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol7-com Command Format103................................................................................................................................................................
Mewtocol7 Response Format105................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Format107................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Command Format107................................................................................................................................................................
Modbus Rtu Response Format108................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (109 pages)

CPU Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 2.46 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration10................................................................................................................................................................
Units10................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations Of Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Common Restrictions On Each Unit12................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On The Number Of Installed Units12................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On The Combination Of Extension Cassettes12................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Communication Functions To Be Used13................................................................................................................................................................
Unit To Be Used And Applicable Versions Of Cpu Unit And Fpwin Gr71-513................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Power Supply And Restrictions On Combination14................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply For Internal Circuit14................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply For External Circuit17................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Tools18................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts19................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit20................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit22................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Allocation23................................................................................................................................................................
Basics Of I/o Allocation24................................................................................................................................................................
How To Count The I/o Numbers24................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of I/o Number Allocation24................................................................................................................................................................
Occupied I/o Points For Each Unit25................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Allocation Using Fpwin Gr726................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Of A Unit To Be Used And The Starting Word Number26................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Settings In The "unit Selection" Dialog Box28................................................................................................................................................................
Mount Allocation Using Fpwin Gr729................................................................................................................................................................
Mount Registration Of A Unit To Be Used And The Starting Word Number3-729................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Starting Word Number30................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Allocation31................................................................................................................................................................
Allocation Without Using Fpwin Gr731................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Map Registration32................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Map Clearance32................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Wiring33................................................................................................................................................................
Installation34................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment And Space34................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Units36................................................................................................................................................................
Din Rail Attachment38................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring The Power Supply40................................................................................................................................................................
Common Precautions40................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring For Power Supply Units41................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring For The Power Supply Part Of The Cpu Unit42................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding43................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Measures44................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Circuit44................................................................................................................................................................
Momentary Power Drop44................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Output45................................................................................................................................................................
Operation47................................................................................................................................................................
Before Powering On48................................................................................................................................................................
Check Points48................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures Before Starting Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Ram/rom Operation50................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Of The Project50................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Following Powering On51................................................................................................................................................................
Data Hold During Power Failure52................................................................................................................................................................
Online Editing52................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Project53................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission From The Execution Memory Ram To The Backup Memory Rom253................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission From The Backup Memory Rom2 To The Execution Memory Ram/rom154................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Following Powering On/off54................................................................................................................................................................
Sd Memory Card Operation55................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Sd Memory Cards55................................................................................................................................................................
How To Insert An Sd Memory Card56................................................................................................................................................................
Saving An Execution File For Sd Memory Card Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Provisional Operation By An Sd Memory Card58................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission From An Sd Memory Card To The Execution Memory60................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions Concerning Sd Memory Card Operation61................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting63................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnosis Function64................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit's Operation Monitor Led64................................................................................................................................................................
Operation At The Time Of Error64................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs65................................................................................................................................................................
Error Led Flashes On The Cpu Unit65................................................................................................................................................................
Prog Mode Does Not Change To Run66................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Led Turns On On The Cpu Unit66................................................................................................................................................................
Power Led Does Not Turn On On The Power Supply Unit67................................................................................................................................................................
A Protect Error Message Appears67................................................................................................................................................................
If Expected Output Is Not Available68................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Inspection71................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Of Backup Battery72................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Backup Battery72................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Backup Battery73................................................................................................................................................................
Lifetime And Replacement Interval Of Backup Battery74................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection75................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications77................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Specifications78................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications78................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications80................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Communication Specifications82................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Memory Area84................................................................................................................................................................
List Of System Relays86................................................................................................................................................................
List Of System Data Registers93................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes Table96................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit Specifications100................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Output Specifications101................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions102................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Block Type Unit103................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Type Unit104................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communication Unit105................................................................................................................................................................
Phls Master Unit105................................................................................................................................................................
End Unit106................................................................................................................................................................
Figures Of Unit Combination106................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (73 pages)

Analog Input Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 1.24 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions7................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Operation8................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation Of Analog Input Processing9................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Units Combination10................................................................................................................................................................
Restriction By Power Consumption10................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts11................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Unit12................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring13................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of Terminal Block14................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Analog Input15................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input (-10 To +10, 0 To +10, 0 To +5, And +1 To +5 V)15................................................................................................................................................................
Current Input (0 To +20, +4 To +20 Ma)16................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Trigger Input Terminal Trig17................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Settings And Data Reading19................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The I/o Number Allocations And First Word Number20................................................................................................................................................................
Occupied I/o Area And I/o Allocations20................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The I/o Number Allocations22................................................................................................................................................................
Option Settings23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Analog Input Unit23................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Setting And Conversion Processing Time25................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Analog Input Data26................................................................................................................................................................
Data Acquisition Timing27................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Characteristics Of Analog Input Unit29................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Range30................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input Range: -10 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/62,500)30................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input Range: 0 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/31,250)31................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input Range: 0 To +5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/31,250)31................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Input Range: 1 To 5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/25,000)32................................................................................................................................................................
Current Range33................................................................................................................................................................
Current Input Range: 0 To +20 Ma (0.64μa, 1/31,250)33................................................................................................................................................................
Current Input Range: +4 To +20 Ma (0.64μa, 1/25,000)33................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Settings For Analog Input35................................................................................................................................................................
Average Processing Settings36................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Averaging Times36................................................................................................................................................................
Time Average37................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Average38................................................................................................................................................................
Offset/gain Processing39................................................................................................................................................................
Scale Conversion41................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison For Upper And Lower Limits42................................................................................................................................................................
Holding Max./min. Values45................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnection Detection48................................................................................................................................................................
Buffer Settings50................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Buffer Function50................................................................................................................................................................
Buffering By Trigger Output Relay52................................................................................................................................................................
Buffering By External Input Trigger54................................................................................................................................................................
Buffering Triggered By Value Change In Analog Input56................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration By Programming58................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs59................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs (analog Input)60................................................................................................................................................................
Failure In Reading Analog Input Data60................................................................................................................................................................
Unstable Analog Input Conversion Value60................................................................................................................................................................
No Proper Conversion Values Obtained With Current Input60................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications61................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation64................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memories66................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memory Number66................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Detailed Specifications Of Unit Memories67................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions71................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (69 pages)

FP7 CPU Unit Programmable controller  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Control Units | Size: 1.27 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Functions9................................................................................................................................................................
For Using Logging And Trace Functions10................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Using Logging Function10................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Sd Memory Cards11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Logging Function12................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Trace Function14................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of Saved Files16................................................................................................................................................................
File Format (for Logging Function)16................................................................................................................................................................
File Name (for Logging Function)16................................................................................................................................................................
File Format (for Trace Function)17................................................................................................................................................................
File Name (for Trace Function)17................................................................................................................................................................
Data Format 117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration19................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of Buffer Memory20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method20................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Information Setting22................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation And Settings Of File Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Log File Setting Items (for Logging)24................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Information Setting26................................................................................................................................................................
Log File Setting Items (for Trace)28................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Of Device Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Setting Cycle For Logging Trigger32................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Setting Data To Cpu Unit33................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading To Execution Memory Ram/rom133................................................................................................................................................................
Copying From Sd Memory Card To Execution Memory Ram/rom133................................................................................................................................................................
Saving To Sd Memory Card (in Sd Memory Card Operation)34................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Downloading Setting Data35................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Of Setting Data35................................................................................................................................................................
Project Data Consistency35................................................................................................................................................................
Autostart Setting35................................................................................................................................................................
Start-stop And Monitor37................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Stop Of Logging/trace Operation38................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Stop With Tool Software38................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Stop With Instructions39................................................................................................................................................................
Autostart By Setting39................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Check Using Logging/trace Monitor40................................................................................................................................................................
Logging/trace Monitor40................................................................................................................................................................
System Relays Relating To Logging/trace Operation41................................................................................................................................................................
System Data Registers Relating To Logging/trace Operation42................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Logging Speed (when Selecting Logging For Application)42................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Check Using System Monitor43................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Method Of System Monitor Area (sm)43................................................................................................................................................................
List Of System Monitor Area (sm)43................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Of Logging Operation46................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Flow46................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Logging Is Selected For Application48................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Logging Operation Starts48................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Logging Operation Stops48................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Power Supply Turns Off48................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When The Card Cover Of Cpu Unit Opens49................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When The Number Of Determination Files Reaches The Maximum Number Of Generations50................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Information Relating To Logging Function51................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Information And Operation51................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Management Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Operation And Time Chart53................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Of Trace Operation54................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Trace Is Selected For Application56................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Trace Operation Starts56................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Monitor (time Chart)58................................................................................................................................................................
Display Method Of Time Chart58................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Time Chart Monitor60................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Time Chart Monitor62................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting63................................................................................................................................................................
Operations When Errors Occur64................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Errors Occur (only When Selecting Logging For Application)64................................................................................................................................................................
Operations When Inserting/removing Sd Memory Card During Logging/trace65................................................................................................................................................................
Errors When Start/stop Operation Was Executed Using Fpwin Gr766................................................................................................................................................................
Errors When Operation Was Executed Using Logst, Loged Or Smpl66................................................................................................................................................................
Error Of Logging/trace67................................................................................................................................................................
Error When Copying Sd Memory Card67................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (61 pages)

Fieldbus Master Units PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 1.72 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview6................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Types6................................................................................................................................................................
Fieldbus Master Units (fmu)6................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Unit Combination7................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Restrictions For The Fp7 Fmu7................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations On Current Consumption7................................................................................................................................................................
Parts And Functions8................................................................................................................................................................
Fp7 Fmu8................................................................................................................................................................
Leds And Connectors8................................................................................................................................................................
Fp7 Profibus Dp Master9................................................................................................................................................................
Fp7 Devicenet Master10................................................................................................................................................................
Fp7 Canopen Master11................................................................................................................................................................
Fp7 Profinet Io-controller12................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Wiring13................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment And Space13................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Units15................................................................................................................................................................
Using Din Rails18................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of The Fp-fmu Connectors20................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of The Fp7 Fmu22................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Information24................................................................................................................................................................
General Information24................................................................................................................................................................
Getpointer Function24................................................................................................................................................................
Fmu_dataexchange25................................................................................................................................................................
Dutnetworkstatus Output26................................................................................................................................................................
Globalbusstatefield For Profibus27................................................................................................................................................................
Globalbusstatefield For Devicenet30................................................................................................................................................................
Globalbusstatefield For Canopen35................................................................................................................................................................
Globalbusstatefield For Profinet Io37................................................................................................................................................................
Slaves_abisconfigured Output39................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_cfg For Profibus40................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_cfg For Devicenet40................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_cfg For Canopen40................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_cfg For Profinet Io40................................................................................................................................................................
Slaves_abisconnected Output41................................................................................................................................................................
Absi_con For Profibus41................................................................................................................................................................
Absi_con For Devicenet42................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_con For Canopen42................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_con For Profinet Io42................................................................................................................................................................
Slaves_abhasdiagnostic Output43................................................................................................................................................................
Sl_diag For Profibus43................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_diag For Devicenet44................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_diag For Canopen45................................................................................................................................................................
Absl_diag For Profinet Io45................................................................................................................................................................
Slavediagnostic_bisdone Output46................................................................................................................................................................
Slavediagnostic_ihaserror Output46................................................................................................................................................................
Slavediagnostic_awdata Output47................................................................................................................................................................
Awdiagdata For Profibus48................................................................................................................................................................
Awdiagdata For Devicenet49................................................................................................................................................................
Awdiagdata For Canopen52................................................................................................................................................................
Awdiagdata For Profinet Io54................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions58................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (52 pages)

Analog Output Unit  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 1.09 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions7................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Operation8................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation Of Analog Output Processing9................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Processing9................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Units Combination10................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations On The Power Consumption10................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions Of Parts11................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Unit12................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring13................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of Terminal Block14................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Connections15................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Output (-10 To +10, 0 To +10, 0 To +5, And +1 To +5 V)15................................................................................................................................................................
Current Output (0 To +20 And +4 To +20 Ma)16................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Settings And Data Writing17................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The I/o Number Allocations And First Word Number18................................................................................................................................................................
Occupied I/o Area And I/o Allocations18................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The I/o Number Allocations19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Settings20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Analog Output Unit20................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Setting And Conversion Processing Time22................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Analog Output Data23................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Chart Of Output Processing24................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Characteristics Of Analog Output25................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Range26................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Output Range: -10 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/62,500)26................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Output Range: 0 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/31,250)27................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Output Range: 0 To +5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/31,250)27................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Output Range: +1 To +5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/25,000)28................................................................................................................................................................
Current Range29................................................................................................................................................................
Current Output Range: 0 To +20 Ma (0.64μa, 1/31,250)29................................................................................................................................................................
Current Output Range: +4 To +20 Ma (0.64μa, 1/25,000)29................................................................................................................................................................
Option Settings For Analog Output31................................................................................................................................................................
Offset/gain Processing Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Scale Conversion Settings34................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Upper And Lower Output Clipping35................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Output Hold While In Prog. Mode37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration By Programming38................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do If An Error Occurs39................................................................................................................................................................
Unstable Analog Output Value40................................................................................................................................................................
Unchanged Analog Output Value40................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications41................................................................................................................................................................
List Of I/o Allocations44................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memory45................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memory Numbers45................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Unit Memory Specifications In Detail46................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions48................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (34 pages)

programmable controller  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 0.89 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Security Function7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Security Function8................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Using Security Function8................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Security Functions8................................................................................................................................................................
Target Items Of Security Functions11................................................................................................................................................................
Password Protection Function12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Password (1) Administrative Previleges12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Password (2) User Privileges14................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Project That Password Has Been Set (1) Administrative Previleges16................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Project That Password Has Been Set (2) User Privileges17................................................................................................................................................................
Cancelling Password18................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Distribution Password19................................................................................................................................................................
Upload Protection Setting20................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Upload Protection Has Been Set20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method20................................................................................................................................................................
Cancelling Upload Protection Setting21................................................................................................................................................................
Encryption Setting22................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Of Encryption Setting Function22................................................................................................................................................................
Encryption Setting For Program Blocks (pb)22................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming Encrypted State (decryption)24................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Or Deleting Encryption Key25................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Encryption Keyword For Plc (1)26................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Encryption Keyword For Plc (2)27................................................................................................................................................................
Cancelling Security Setting28................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Sd Memory Card Operation And Copy Operation29................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic FP7 User Manual

Panasonic FP7 User Manual (30 pages)

Analog casette, programable Controller  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Controller | Size: 0.73 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And Restrictions7................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Functions And How They Work8................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Cassettes8................................................................................................................................................................
Types And Model Numbers Of Cassettes8................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Combinations Of Units9................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Power Consumption9................................................................................................................................................................
Applicable Versions Of Unit And Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On The Combination Of Extension Cassettes9................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications11................................................................................................................................................................
Analog I/o Cassette And Analog Input Cassette12................................................................................................................................................................
Input Specifications (afp7fca21 / Afp7fcad212................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications (afp7fca2113................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring15................................................................................................................................................................
Input Conversion Characteristics (afp7fca21 / Afp7fcad2)17................................................................................................................................................................
Output Conversion Characteristics (afp7fca21)18................................................................................................................................................................
Thermocouple Input Cassette20................................................................................................................................................................
Input Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Input Conversion Characteristics21................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation And Programs23................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocation24................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Programs25................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Analog Input/output25................................................................................................................................................................

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