Epson V7 manual

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    V7[...]

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    Record of Revisions Refere nce numb ers are shown at the botto m lef t corne r on the back co ver[...]

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    Preface Thank you for selecting the MONITOUCH V7 se ries. For correct set-up of MONITOUCH, you are [...]

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    Notes on Safe Use of MONIT OUCH In this m anu al, you will fin d va rious note s c ate gori ze d u[...]

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    [Not e s on S yst em Des ign ] • Never b undle co ntrol cabl es and inp ut/output c ables with hi[...]

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    [Notes o n Mainte nance and Operatio n] • Hakko Ele ctronics Co., Ltd. is not respons ible for an[...]

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    Content s Chapter 1 Hardwa re Sp ecifica tions 1. Features ................. ........... ........[...]

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    12. Modu lar Ja ck (MJ1/ MJ2).............. ................ ............ ........... .............[...]

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    Chapter 3 Serial Co mmun icatio ns 1. 1 : 1 Connec tion ................ ................. .....[...]

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    Chapter 4 Network Co mmunicati o ns 1. Etherne t ........... ................ ............ .......[...]

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    Chapter 5 Conne ction to P LCs 1. MITSUBISHI PLC .................... ........... ...............[...]

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    8. Toyo puc PLC ........ ........... ............ ................ ............ ................. .[...]

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    16. SHINKO PLC........................... ........... ..... ...... ...... ........... ...... ..... [...]

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    25. TAIAN PLC ...................... ...... ...... ........... ..... ...... ...... ........... ...[...]

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    1. Features 2. Mode ls and Peri pheral Equ ipmen t 3. Syste m Comp ositio n 4. Specific ations 5. [...]

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    1 1. Features 1-1 Hardware S pecific ations 1. Features The V 7 seri es in her its and hei ght en[...]

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    1-2 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment MONITOUCH Models The[...]

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    1 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment 1-3 Hardware S pecific ations The f ollowing m odels are av[...]

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    1-4 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment EU-xx (option un it) (* This option un it can onl y be m[...]

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    1 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment 1-5 Hardware S pecific ations M-CARD SFTE (memory card edit[...]

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    1-6 2. Models and Peripheral Equipment V6-ML T (multi-link 2 ma ster cab le) 3 m Used for M ulti[...]

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    1 3. System Composition 1-7 Hardware S pecific ations 3. System Composition System Composition of[...]

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    1-8 3. System Composition System Composition of V7i (High-performance) The follow ing ill ustr[...]

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    1 4. Specifications 1-9 Hardware S pecific ations 4. S pecifications General S pecificati ons Mode[...]

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    1-10 4. Specifications Display S pecific ations *1 When the normal temperature is 25 ° C, and[...]

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    1 4. Specifications 1-11 Hardware S pecific ations Function Switch Sp ecif ications Interface S pe[...]

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    1-12 4. Specifications Drawing Environment Display Function Speci fi cations * Refer to the Ref[...]

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    1 4. Specifications 1-13 Hardware S pecific ations Function Perfor mance Specif ica tions *1 The [...]

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    1-14 5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out 5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out V708/V708i External V ie[...]

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    1 5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out 1-15 Hardware S pecific ations V710/V710i External V iew and D[...]

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    1-16 5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out V712/V712i External V iew and Dimensions (Uni t: mm ) SYST[...]

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    1 6. Names and Functions of Components 1-17 Hardware S pecific ations 6. Names and Functions of [...]

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    1-18 6. Names and Functions of Components V712/V7 12i 1. Displa y This is t he displa y uni t. 2.[...]

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    1 6. Names and Functions of Components 1-19 Hardware S pecific ations 10. Mo u nti ng ho les Used [...]

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    1-20 7. Mounting Pro cedure 7. Mounting Procedure Mounting Procedure 1. Cut out th e mounti ng [...]

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    1 8. Power Supply Cable Connection 1-21 Hardware S pecific ations 8. Power Suppl y Cable Connec[...]

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    1-22 8. Power Supply Cable Connection • Keep cables of 10 0 V AC and 24 VDC s uf f ic ien tly a[...]

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    1 9. Coin-type Lithium Battery 1-23 Hardware S pecific ations 9. Coin-type Lithium Battery Batte[...]

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    1-24 9. Coin-type Lithium B attery 6. Check t hat the batte ry is correctl y connec ted on the [...]

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    1 9. Coin-type Lithium Battery 1-25 Hardware S pecific ations Battery Replaceme nt Procedure Repla[...]

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    1-26 10. DIP Switc h Setting 10. DIP Switch Setting DIP Switch (DIPSW) Setti ng Set the termina[...]

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    1 10. DIP Swit ch Setting 1-27 Hardware S pecific ations CF Auto Load (DIPSW1) A screen dat a fi[...]

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    1-28 11. Serial Connector (CN1 ) 1 1. Serial Connector (CN1) Serial Connector for PLC Connection[...]

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    1 12. Modular Jack (MJ1/ MJ2) 1-29 Hardware S pecific ations 12. Modular Jack (MJ1/MJ2) Modular [...]

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    1-30 12. Modular Jack (MJ1/ MJ2) V -SFT Setting 1. The use of modu lar jacks 1 and 2 c an be [...]

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    1 12. Modular Jack (MJ1/ MJ2) 1-31 Hardware S pecific ations 3. Do not select [M ulti-link ] an[...]

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    1-32 12. Modular Jack (MJ1/ MJ2) T ransferring Screen Dat a • Use modul ar jac k 1 (MJ1) w hen[...]

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    1 13. 10BAS E-T (LAN ) 1-33 Hardware S pecific ations 13. 10BASE-T (LAN) The con nector for 1 0BA[...]

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    1-34 13. 10BAS E-T (LAN) Notes on Wiring Cable Connection Diagra m Notes on Cables Use the follo[...]

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    1 14. CF Card (CF) 1-35 Hardware S pecific ations 14. CF Card (CF) Recommended CF Card CF car ds [...]

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    1-36 14. CF Card (CF) Notes on Handling the CF Card 1. Do not in sert or remove the C F ca rd d[...]

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    1 15. Printer Con nection (PRINTER ) 1-37 Hardware S pecific ations 15. Printe r Connection (PRI[...]

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    1-38 15. Printer Connection (PRINTER) Connecting Cable • T o co nnect the V7 seri es to a pri[...]

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    1. Operatio n of V7 Mai n Menu Init ial S cr ee n 1. Main Menu Screen 2. I/O Test 3. Card Me[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-1 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 1. Operation of V7 Main Menu Initial [...]

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    2-2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu • Auto-upload ing scre en dat a from th e CF ca rd to the V7 [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-3 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 2002-4 -1 07:23:30 SYSTEM PROG. VER. 1[...]

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    2-4 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2. I/O T est When the [I /O T est] switch on the Main Me nu [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-5 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 2-1. Self-loop T est This i s a sig na[...]

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    2-6 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu CN1: RS-485 Signal T est T urn the [ C N1] and [ R S485 ] sw[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-7 MONIT OUCH Operat ions MJ1/2: RS-232C Signal T est T urn th [...]

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    2-8 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-2. Print Check Check that the V7 s eries tra nsmit s the s [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-9 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 2-4. T ouch Switch T est If a touch s [...]

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    2-10 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu T ouch Switch Adjustment If a po sition dif ferent from the[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-11 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 3. Card Menu Screen When the [Card M[...]

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    2-12 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 3-1. C REC Menu Screen When the [CREC Me nu] swi tch on th e [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-13 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 3. Memory Card Informatio n Press th[...]

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    2-14 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 5. Starting Data Transfer Press the [S tart] swit ch. Dat a[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-15 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 3-2. T ransferring Screen Dat a from [...]

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    2-16 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu T ransferring Sc reen Dat a from a CF Card The proced ure of t[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-17 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 2. Check the fol der na me, free sp a[...]

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    2-18 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 4. Press the [ Select Data] switch . The [ Data Selecti on[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-19 MONIT OUCH Operat ions When [Display --> Card] is Sele c[...]

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    2-20 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu When [Displ ay <-- > Ca rd] is Select e d: 1. When [Di [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-21 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 3-3. Saving Backup Co pies of SRAM In[...]

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    2-22 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu • When [Dis play <-- Ca rd] is sel ected , the follo wing[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-23 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 3-4. Messages during Dat a T r ansfer[...]

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    2-24 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 4. Ethernet The “Etherne t” screen is dis pl aye d by pres[...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-25 MONIT OUCH Operat ions Not Use Network T able In the fo llowi[...]

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    2-26 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu Connection with CU-03 on V7 1. Select eit her [10BASE -T] or [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-27 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 5. SRAM/Clock • T o use the bui lt-i[...]

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    2-28 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu Date and T ime Setting 1. M ov e the c urs or u s in g t he [...]

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    2 1. Operation of V 7 Main Menu 2-29 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 7. Extended Fu nction Setting When th[...]

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    2-30 2. Function Switches 2. Function Switches Ty p e s • There ar e eight fun ction switch e[...]

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    2 2. Function S witches 2-31 MONIT OUCH Operat ions User-defined Function Switches [F1] to [F7] ?[...]

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    2-32 3. Errors Display ed on the V7 Series 3. Errors Displayed on the V7 Series There a re fiv[...]

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    2 3. Errors Displaye d on the V7 Series 2-33 MONIT OUCH Operat ions Solution 1. Confirm li nk un[...]

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    2-34 3. Errors Display ed on the V7 Series Error Mess ages for N etwork C ommunication • Ether[...]

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    2 3. Errors Displaye d on the V7 Series 2-35 MONIT OUCH Operat ions • OPCN-1 • T- L I N K ?[...]

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    2-36 3. Errors Display ed on the V7 Series 2. Check 3. W arning An error may be disp layed on [...]

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    2 3. Errors Displaye d on the V7 Series 2-37 MONIT OUCH Operat ions 4. SYSTEM ERROR When a s yst[...]

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    2-38 3. Errors Display ed on the V7 Series Please use this page freely .[...]

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    1. 1 : 1 C onnecti on 2. 1 : n Co nnecti on (Multi -drop) 3. n : 1 C onnecti on (Mu lti-lin[...]

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    3 1. 1 : 1 Connection 3-1 Serial Comm unic ati ons 1. 1 : 1 Connection 1 : 1 Co nnection ?[...]

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    3-2 1. 1 : 1 C onnection Wiring Prepare t he com munica tion cabl e with th e PLC on your sid [...]

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    3 1. 1 : 1 Connection 3-3 Serial Comm unic ati ons RS-422/485 Connec tion • Connect t wist-p [...]

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    3-4 1. 1 : 1 C onnection PLC Selection Select the PLC th at is conne cted. • Setting Positi[...]

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    3 1. 1 : 1 Connection 3-5 Serial Comm unic ati ons - Choos e the acti on to b e take n agai ns[...]

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    3-6 1. 1 : 1 C onnection System Memory [Read Area]/[W rite Area] of th e system m emory mu st [...]

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    3 1. 1 : 1 Connection 3-7 Serial Comm unic ati ons • SCRN_No. (n + 2) Screen number comman [...]

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    3-8 1. 1 : 1 C onnection [Write Area] (3 words )* This i s an ar ea where the scree n statu s[...]

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    3 2. 1 : n Connection (Multi-drop ) 3-9 Serial Comm unic ati ons 2. 1 : n Connection (Multi-[...]

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    3-10 2. 1 : n C onnection (Multi-drop) V -SFT Setting The f oll owin g set ti ng s mus t be ma[...]

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    3 3. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link 2 ) 3-11 Serial Comm unic ati ons 3. n : 1 Connection (Mu[...]

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    3-12 3. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link 2) • The V7 an d V6 s eries can be u sed toge ther . [...]

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    3 3. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link 2 ) 3-13 Serial Comm unic ati ons T erminating Resist ance Se[...]

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    3-14 3. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link 2) 2. When the PL C is co nnected t o V7 se ries mas te[...]

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    3 3. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link 2 ) 3-15 Serial Comm unic ati ons [Send De lay T ime] (0 to 2[...]

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    3-16 4. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link) 4. n : 1 Connection (Multi-link) Multi- link • One[...]

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    3 4. n : 1 Connection (Multi-link) 3-17 Serial Comm unic ati ons Wiri ng Connection with Link Un[...]

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    3-18 4. n : 1 C onnection (Multi-link) When con n ec ting direc tl y to the CPU of the MITSUBI[...]

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    3 4. n : 1 Connection (Multi-link) 3-19 Serial Comm unic ati ons [T otal] (2 to 32) Set t he to[...]

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    3-20 5. Universal Serial Com munications 5. Universal Serial Communications Universal Serial Co[...]

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    3 6. V-Link 3-21 Serial Comm unic ati ons 6. V -Link V- L i n k • “V -Link” is t he netwo rk[...]

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    3-22 6. V-Link Wiring Cable Use Hak ko Electro nics’ ca ble “V6-TMP” (3 m) fo r conn ectio[...]

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    3 6. V-Link 3-23 Serial Comm unic ati ons RS- 485 (V7 seri e s: ma ximu m 31 se t s) Wiring e xa[...]

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    3-24 6. V-Link V -SFT Setting The V-SFT set ti ngs re qui red f or V-Link ar e exp lai ned . V -L[...]

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    3 6. V-Link 3-25 Serial Comm unic ati ons Protocol Rea d (with sum ch eck a n d CR/LF ) S T X Co[...]

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    3-26 6. V-Link Wr ite (with sum check and CR/LF) 1 11 1 2 2 2 21 8 4 4 0064 H 30 H 31 H 02[...]

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    3 6. V-Link 3-27 Serial Comm unic ati ons Dat a It ems fo r Pr otocol s • T ransm ission contr[...]

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    3-28 6. V-Link -T y p e -A d d r e s s S pecify the memo ry addr ess to be acce ssed. - Expa n[...]

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    3 6. V-Link 3-29 Serial Comm unic ati ons Sum Check C ode (SUM): 2 bytes Dat a is adde d up (SUM [...]

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    3-30 6. V-Link 1-byte Character Code List 2 SP ! " # $ % & ’ ( ) + , . / 3 0 1 2 3 4 [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-31 Serial Comm unic ati ons 7. PLC2W a y PLC2W ay • The “PLC 2W ay” fu nction[...]

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    3-32 7. PLC2Way • Data transfer be tween PLC s The PLC mem ory dat a can be transfe rred to [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-33 Serial Comm unic ati ons Wiri ng T wo kinds o f cabl es are av ailable f or PLC2[...]

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    3-34 7. PLC2Way <RS-485 Con nection> • Connect ion exampl e with M ITSUBISHI A1SJ 71UC24-[...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-35 Serial Comm unic ati ons V -SFT Setting – System Setting PLC mo del sele ction[...]

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    3-36 7. PLC2Way 4. Select the PLC mod el to be connec ted at the MJ po rt. Click t he [Setti [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-37 Serial Comm unic ati ons [Return T ime] ( × 10 se c) When the PLC in th e PLC[...]

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    3-38 7. PLC2Way Setting the PLC Memory Connec ted at the MJ Port 1. Open the [Memo ry Input] d [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-39 Serial Comm unic ati ons T emperature Control Network/PLC2W ay T able 1. S tarti[...]

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    3-40 7. PLC2Way Enter the de sired c omment and clic k [OK]. Th e enter ed comm ent is dis playe[...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-41 Serial Comm unic ati ons When the dat a code in the t arget me mory a ddress i[...]

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    3-42 7. PLC2Way Dat a Sampling in the PLC2 Memor y T o per form dat a sampl ing in the PLC2 me m[...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-43 Serial Comm unic ati ons • Calc ula ting t he b ufferi ng a r ea ca pacit y W[...]

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    3-44 7. PLC2Way 3. T rend sa mpli ng or da ta sam pling setting T o sh ow dat a sto red in t he[...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-45 Serial Comm unic ati ons 2. Me mory c ard se ttin g The mem ory ca rd set ting [...]

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    3-46 7. PLC2Way User Log Read for YOKOGA W A ’ s PLC The user l og set with YOKOG A W A ’s [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-47 Serial Comm unic ati ons Processing Cycle The pr ocessin g cycle on the V7 seri[...]

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    3-48 7. PLC2Way Notes on Screen Dat a T ransfer T emperature Control/PLC2 Program When usin g t [...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-49 Serial Comm unic ati ons System Memory The st atus of the PLC conne cted at t[...]

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    3-50 7. PLC2Way Det ails • $s730 -761 The follow ing st atus code for t he PLC c onnected at[...]

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    3 7. PLC2Way 3-51 Serial Comm unic ati ons • $s762 Periodic al reading that is s et in the [T e[...]

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    3-52 8. Temperature Control N etwork 8. T emperature Control Network T emperature Control Netwo[...]

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    1. Ethernet 2. FL-net (OPCN -2 ) 3. MELSECN ET/10 4. CC-Li nk 5. OPCN- 1 6. T-LINK 7. PROFIBUS-DP N[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-1 Network C ommuni catio ns 1. Ethernet Ethernet • T ran s fer ri ng data i n m[...]

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    4-2 1. Ethernet - Screen da t a can be tran sferred from the V -SFT editor on the s erver to the[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-3 Network C ommuni catio ns Notes on Ethernet Communi cations For V7 i: • T o u[...]

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    4-4 1. Ethernet Nomenclature and Functions of Etherne t I/F Unit CU-03 1. LED Indicates the st a[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-5 Network C ommuni catio ns Wiri ng 10BASE-T Connection • Cable co nne cti on di[...]

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    4-6 1. Ethernet AUI Connection • 10BASE5 The followi ng devic es are req uired for 10 BASE5 co[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-7 Network C ommuni catio ns • T ransceive r Use the tra nsceive r equippe d wit[...]

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    4-8 1. Ethernet T ransferring Screen Dat a This secti on de sc rib es the pr ocedu re for transfe[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-9 Network C ommuni catio ns T ransferring Scre en Dat a from V -SFT Editor 1. Cli[...]

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    4-10 1. Ethernet 5. Check t he IP addres s, and c lick [PC ->]. 6. Data transfer is st art[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-11 Network C ommuni catio ns The con tent s of th e system s etting vary depe ndi[...]

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    4-12 1. Ethernet 2. Commun ic ati on p ara me ter set ting • Select [Sy stem Sett ing] → [[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-13 Network C ommuni catio ns • When com munica ting wit h mult iple PLC s (same [...]

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    4-14 1. Ethernet V -SFT Setting (Netw ork T abl e Editing) T o ena ble Eth erne t comm un ic ati [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-15 Network C ommuni catio ns St arting and Closing • S tarting Select [Sy stem[...]

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    4-16 1. Ethernet • [View] m enu The i tem s wit h a ch ec k mar k are s how n on th e ne twor [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-17 Network C ommuni catio ns [Send T imeout] Set the tim e-out time for th e V7 s[...]

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    4-18 1. Ethernet Subnet Mask A subnet ma sk is used fo r dividing one netwo rk address into mult[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-19 Network C ommuni catio ns V - SFT Setting (Macro) This se ction explain s the [...]

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    4-20 1. Ethernet [EWRITE] Words from the F2 memory are written i nto the F0 memory i n the V7[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-21 Network C ommuni catio ns [SEND] Word s from the F0 memory are trans ferred t[...]

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    4-22 1. Ethernet System Memory The Etherne t st atus is o utput to th e system m emory ($s ) of t[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-23 Network C ommuni catio ns $s549 Networ k table 29 status 550 Network table 30[...]

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    4-24 1. Ethernet $s593 Net work table 73 status 594 Network table 74 status 595 Network table [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-25 Network C ommuni catio ns Add resse s • $s514, 5 15 These ad dresses are re[...]

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    4-26 1. Ethernet Ethernet Access Functions (HKEtn10.DLL) T o ena ble Etherne t commu nication s b[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-27 Network C ommuni catio ns • Notes on use of the samp le program s The dat a [...]

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    4-28 1. Ethernet Function Spe cifications List • Rea d • Write • Othe rs PLC me m ory Wo[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-29 Network C ommuni catio ns Read Read Words from PLC Memory int HKEtn_ReadPlc Me[...]

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    4-30 1. Ethernet Read Double-words from PLC Memory int HKEtn_ReadPlcM emory2(DWORD *d p,unsigned [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-31 Network C ommuni catio ns Read Words from In te rn al Memo r y int HKEtn_ReadIn[...]

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    4-32 1. Ethernet Read Words from Memory Card Memory int HKEtn_ReadCardM emory(WORD *d p,uns igne[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-33 Network C ommuni catio ns Read Bits from PLC Memory int HKEtn_ReadPlcBitMemo ry[...]

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    4-34 1. Ethernet Read Bits from Memory Card Me mory int HKEtn_ReadCardBitM emory(int *lpOnFl ag,i[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-35 Network C ommuni catio ns Wri te Wri te Wo r ds t o P L C M e m or y int HKEt[...]

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    4-36 1. Ethernet Write Double-wor ds to PLC Memory int HKEtn_W ritePlcMemory2 (DWORD *sp,unsigned[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-37 Network C ommuni catio ns Write W ords to Internal M emory int HKEtn_W riteInte[...]

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    4-38 1. Ethernet Write Words to Memory Card Memory int HKEtn_W riteCardMemory(W ORD *sp,unsigned [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-39 Network C ommuni catio ns Write Bit s to PLC Memory int HKEtn_W ritePlcBitMemo[...]

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    4-40 1. Ethernet Write Bit s to Internal Memory int HKEtn_W riteInternalBi tMemory(int Device T y[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-41 Network C ommuni catio ns Others Functions Initialization Function int HKEtn_In[...]

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    4-42 1. Ethernet Request Connection Information int HKEtn_GetInf(struct inf *lpinf,char *lpAddr)[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-43 Network C ommuni catio ns Get Er ror Co ntents int HKEtn_G etLast Error() • E[...]

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    4-44 1. Ethernet Server Commun ication Procedure Dat a Request from V7 to Serv er (1) Exe cute t[...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-45 Network C ommuni catio ns Error Dis play Error mess ages di splayed on the V7[...]

  • Page 197

    4-46 1. Ethernet • System m emory: $s51 8 No. Contents Solution 0 Normal 200 Failed in send [...]

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    4 1. Ethernet 4-47 Network C ommuni catio ns Errors during Macro Command Execution The ex ecut io[...]

  • Page 199

    4-48 2. FL-net (OP CN-2) 2. FL-net (OPCN-2) FL-net (OPCN-2) • FL-net (OPCN -2) is an open F A[...]

  • Page 200

    4 3. MELSECNET/10 4-49 Network C ommuni catio ns 3. MELSECNET/10 MELS ECNE T/1 0 • MELSECNE T/10[...]

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    4-50 3. MELSECNE T/10 • This network system support s cyc lic trans missio n and e nables d i[...]

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    4 4. CC-Link 4-51 Network C ommuni catio ns 4. CC-Link CC-L ink • CC-Link is the n etw or k th a[...]

  • Page 203

    4-52 5. OPCN-1 5. OPCN-1 OPCN-1 • T o us e OPCN-1 c ommuni cations o n the V7 series, the com[...]

  • Page 204

    4 6. T-LINK 4-53 Network C ommuni catio ns 6. T -LINK T- L I N K • T o use T -LINK co mmunica ti[...]

  • Page 205

    4-54 7. PROFIBUS- DP 7. PROFIBUS-DP PROFIBUS • PROFIBUS is an op en field b us ind ependent o[...]

  • Page 206

    1. MITSUBISHI PLC* 2. OMRON PLC* 3. SHARP PLC* 4. HITACHI PLC 5. MATSUSHITA PLC 6. YOKOGAWA PL[...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-1 Connection to PLCs 1. MITSUBISHI PLC A vailable PLCs A Series Link, Qn[...]

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    5-2 1. MITSUBISHI P LC A Series CPU, QnA Series CPU, QnH Series CPU *1 For more information of V [...]

  • Page 210

    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-3 Connection to PLCs FX S er ies *1 For more information of V-MDD (dual [...]

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    5-4 1. MITSUBISHI P LC Communication Setting The recom mended comm unicatio n p arameter s etting[...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-5 Connection to PLCs QnH (A) Series CP U, QnH(Q) Series CPU Communi catio[...]

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    5-6 1. MITSUBISHI P LC A Series Link, QnA Series Link: Switch Setting The f oll owin g is an ex a[...]

  • Page 214

    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-7 Connection to PLCs A1SJ71 UC24-R4, A1S J 71C24-R 4 Example 4 Signal le[...]

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    5-8 1. MITSUBISHI P LC A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pending[...]

  • Page 216

    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-9 Connection to PLCs FX Series, FX 1S Ser ies *1 For numerical data forma[...]

  • Page 217

    5-10 1. MITSUBISHI P LC FX Series (A Protocol) *1 CN200 to CN255 equals 32CN (32-bit counter). *2[...]

  • Page 218

    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-11 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh ow[...]

  • Page 219

    5-12 1. MITSUBISHI P LC Wiring Diagram 3 Wiring Diagram 4 RS-422 Wiring Diagram 5 V7 (CN1) PLC D-s[...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-13 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 6 Wiri ng Di agr am 7 V7 (CN1) PLC[...]

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    5-14 1. MITSUBISHI P LC Wiring Diagram 8 Accordi ng to o ur noise t est s, the att ach ment of a [...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-15 Connection to PLCs A Link + Net10 • When the V7 seri es is co nnect[...]

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    5-16 1. MITSUBISHI P LC • T o hav e access to t he PLC in th e other netwo rk on NET/1 0, specif[...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-17 Connection to PLCs V -MDD (Dual Port Interface) V -MDD is the add-on co[...]

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    5-18 1. MITSUBISHI P LC Ladder T ransfer Function Up until now it was nec essary t o debu g the [...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-19 Connection to PLCs Connection • Use Hak ko Electron ics’ Q CPU2 cab[...]

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    5-20 1. MITSUBISHI P LC Settings and Communications 1. PLC type se tting Select [PLC T ype] from [...]

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    5 1. MITSUBISHI P LC 5-21 Connection to PLCs 3. PLC program mi ng so f tw are comm un ic atio n [...]

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    5-22 2. OMRON PLC 2. OMRON PLC A vailable PLCs Sel ect P LC Ty p e PLC Unit/Port Connec tion P[...]

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    5 2. OMRON P LC 5-23 Connection to PLCs *1 Replace the shell on t he D-sub 25-pin side before [...]

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    5-24 2. OMRON PLC Communication Setting The recom mended comm unicatio n p arameter s ettings o f[...]

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    5 2. OMRON P LC 5-25 Connection to PLCs A vailable Memory The avail able mem ory setti ng range v[...]

  • Page 233

    5-26 2. OMRON PLC *1 When using EMn (extended data memor y), specify the bank number (CV: 0 to 7[...]

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    5 2. OMRON P LC 5-27 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 3 RS-422 Wiri ng Di agr am 4 Wiri ng Di[...]

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    5-28 2. OMRON PLC Wiring Diagram 6 Wiring Diagram 7 FG +SD -SD +RD -RD 1 12 13 24 25 SDB RDB RDA S[...]

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    5 2. OMRON P LC 5-29 Connection to PLCs SYSMAC CS1 DNA When conn ecting th e V7 se ries to CS 1 o[...]

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    5-30 3. SHA RP PLC 3. SHARP PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended comm unic[...]

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    5 3. SHAR P PLC 5-31 Connection to PLCs JW Series : Link Un it Sw itch Sett ing Baud Rate: 192 [...]

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    5-32 3. SHA RP PLC A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pending on[...]

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    5 3. SHAR P PLC 5-33 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b e[...]

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    5-34 3. SHA RP PLC RS-422 Wiring Diagram 3 Wiring Diagram 4 Wiring Diagram 5 FG − SD +RD − RD[...]

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    5 4. HITACHI PLC 5-35 Connection to PLCs 4. HIT ACHI PLC A vailable PLCs *1 When using the HIT [...]

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    5-36 4. HITACHI PLC Communication Setting The recom mended comm unicatio n p arameter s ettings o[...]

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    5 4. HITACHI PLC 5-37 Connection to PLCs HIDIC-H: Switch Setting Baud r ate: 19200 bp s MODE swi[...]

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    5-38 4. HITACHI PLC HIDIC-S10/2 α HIDIC-S10/ABS Memo ry TYPE R emar ks FW (work regist er) 0 [...]

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    5 4. HITACHI PLC 5-39 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b [...]

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    5-40 4. HITACHI PLC Wiring Diagram 3 RS-422 Wiring Diagram 4 Wiring Diagram 5 When conn ecting to [...]

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    5 5. MATSUSHITA PLC 5-41 Connection to PLCs 5. MA TSUSHIT A PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Se[...]

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    5-42 5. MATSUSHITA PLC MEWNET : Link Unit Switch Setting A vailable Memory The avai lable memory [...]

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    5 5. MATSUSHITA PLC 5-43 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own[...]

  • Page 251

    5-44 5. MATSUSHITA PLC RS-422 Wiring Diagram 4 FG +SD SD +RD RD 1 12 13 24 25 + V7 (CN1) D-sub 25p[...]

  • Page 252

    5 6. YOKOGA WA PL C 5-45 Connection to PLCs 6. YOKOGA W A PLC A vailable PLCs *1 The CPUs that [...]

  • Page 253

    5-46 6. YOKOGAWA PLC Communication Setting The recom mended comm unicatio n p arameter s ettings[...]

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    5 6. YOKOGA WA PL C 5-47 Connection to PLCs A vailable Memory The avail able mem ory setti ng ran[...]

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    5-48 6. YOKOGAWA PLC Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring Di[...]

  • Page 256

    5 6. YOKOGA WA PL C 5-49 Connection to PLCs RS-422 Wiri ng Di agr am 3 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin(Male:[...]

  • Page 257

    5-50 7. YASK AWA PL C 7. Y ASKA W A PLC A vailable PLCs * Oth er PL Cs can also be connected wit[...]

  • Page 258

    5 7. YASKAW A PLC 5-51 Connection to PLCs CP92 00SH/M P900 A vailable Memory The avail able mem o[...]

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    5-52 7. YASK AWA PL C Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring Di[...]

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    5 7. YASKAW A PLC 5-53 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 3 Wiri ng Di agr am 4 RS-422 Wiri ng [...]

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    5-54 7. YASK AWA PL C Wiring Diagram 6 Wiring Diagram 7 Wiring Diagram 8 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin(Male[...]

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    5 8. Toyopuc PLC 5-55 Connection to PLCs 8. T oyopuc PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting T[...]

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    5-56 8. Toyopuc P LC A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pending [...]

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    5 8. Toyopuc PLC 5-57 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b [...]

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    5-58 9. FUJI P LC 9. FUJI PLC A vailable PLCs *1 T o use FL EX-PC of T oyota version, s elect [[...]

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    5 9. FUJI PLC 5-59 Connection to PLCs FLEX-P C CPU Port Connect t o the CPU port. Communicati on[...]

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    5-60 9. FUJI P LC A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pending on [...]

  • Page 268

    5 9. FUJI PLC 5-61 Connection to PLCs FLEX-P C Series, FL EX -PC CPU Port FLEX-P C COM (T) (NJ Co[...]

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    5-62 9. FUJI P LC Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring Diagra[...]

  • Page 270

    5 9. FUJI PLC 5-63 Connection to PLCs RS-485 Wiri ng Di agr am 3 RS-422 Wiri ng Di agr am 4 V7 (C[...]

  • Page 271

    5-64 10. KOY O PL C 10. KO YO PLC A vailable PLCs Select PLC T ype PLC Unit/Port Connection SU[...]

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    5 10. KOYO PLC 5-65 Connection to PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended c ommunicati on p[...]

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    5-66 10. KOY O PL C A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pending o[...]

  • Page 274

    5 10. KOYO PLC 5-67 Connection to PLCs Switch Setti ng U-0 1DM On-line /Off-l ine switc h: On-[...]

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    5-68 10. KOY O PL C G-01DM On-line/O f f-line switch : On-line Short pl ug 1: open Short plug 2 [...]

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    5 10. KOYO PLC 5-69 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b [...]

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    5-70 10. KOY O PL C RS-422 Wiring Diagram 3 Wiring Diagram 4 Wiring Diagram 5 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin[...]

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    5 10. KOYO PLC 5-71 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 6 Wiri ng Di agr am 7 Wiri ng Di agr a[...]

  • Page 279

    5-72 11. Allen-Bradley PL C 1 1. Allen-Bradley PLC A vailable PLCs *1 When using RS-232C ladder [...]

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    5 11. Allen-Bradley P LC 5-73 Connection to PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended c ommunic[...]

  • Page 281

    5-74 11. Allen-Bradley PL C A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin g range varies de pe[...]

  • Page 282

    5 11. Allen-Bradley P LC 5-75 Connection to PLCs SLC500 Serie s, Micro Logix 10 00 Memory TYPE R[...]

  • Page 283

    5-76 11. Allen-Bradley PL C PLC-5 Series: Switch Setti ng 1785 -KE SW1 (Prot ocol) SW2 (Port ) Set[...]

  • Page 284

    5 11. Allen-Bradley P LC 5-77 Connection to PLCs 1770-K F2 SW1 (Protocol) SW2, SW 3, SW 4 (Port) [...]

  • Page 285

    5-78 11. Allen-Bradley PL C SLC500 Series, Mic ro Logix 100: T ransmission Parameter Setting CPU[...]

  • Page 286

    5 11. Allen-Bradley P LC 5-79 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are s[...]

  • Page 287

    5-80 11. Allen-Bradley PL C Wiring Diagram 3 Wiring Diagram 4 Wiring Diagram 5 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pi[...]

  • Page 288

    5 11. Allen-Bradley P LC 5-81 Connection to PLCs RS-422 Wiri ng Di agr am 6 Wiri ng Di agr am 7 D[...]

  • Page 289

    5-82 12. GE Fanuc PLC 12. GE Fanuc PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended c [...]

  • Page 290

    5 12. GE Fanuc P LC 5-83 Connection to PLCs A vailable Memory The avail able mem ory setti ng ran[...]

  • Page 291

    5-84 12. GE Fanuc PLC Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring D[...]

  • Page 292

    5 12. GE Fanuc P LC 5-85 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 3 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin(Male: ) FG[...]

  • Page 293

    5-86 13. TOSH IBA PLC 13. T OSHIBA PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended co[...]

  • Page 294

    5 13. TOSH IBA PL C 5-87 Connection to PLCs A vailable Memory The avail able mem ory setti ng ran[...]

  • Page 295

    5-88 14. TOS H IBA MAC HINE PLC 14. T OSHIBA MACHINE PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting Th[...]

  • Page 296

    5 14. TOS H IBA MAC HINE PLC 5-89 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC a[...]

  • Page 297

    5-90 15. SI EMEN S PLC 15. SIEMENS PLC A vailable PLCs * When using the 6ES 5 734-1BD20 cable m[...]

  • Page 298

    5 15. SIEMENS PLC 5-91 Connection to PLCs S5, S5 V4 (S5- 1 15U, S5-1 35U, S5 -155 U, S7-3 00, S[...]

  • Page 299

    5-92 15. SI EMEN S PLC TI500/50 5, TI500 /505 V4 A vailable Memory The avai lable memory settin[...]

  • Page 300

    5 15. SIEMENS PLC 5-93 Connection to PLCs S5 PG port The assigned memor y is indicated when edi[...]

  • Page 301

    5-94 15. SI EMEN S PLC TI500/50 5 (TI50 0/505 V4 ) *1 In case of using DCP (drum count/setting v[...]

  • Page 302

    5 15. SIEMENS PLC 5-95 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own [...]

  • Page 303

    5-96 15. SI EMEN S PLC Wiring Diagram 4 Wiring Diagram 5 RS-422 Wiring Diagram 6 V7 (CN1) D-sub 2[...]

  • Page 304

    5 15. SIEMENS PLC 5-97 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 7 - T erminating Res istan ce Sett [...]

  • Page 305

    5-98 16. S HIN KO P LC 16. SHINKO PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended com[...]

  • Page 306

    5 16. SHI NKO PLC 5-99 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b[...]

  • Page 307

    5-100 17. SAMSUNG PLC 17. SAMSUNG PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended co[...]

  • Page 308

    5 17. SAMSUNG PLC 5-101 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own [...]

  • Page 309

    5-102 18. KE YENC E PLC 18. KEYENCE PLC A vailable PLCs *1 T o connect K Z-24, 300 via RS -232C,[...]

  • Page 310

    5 18. KEYE NCE P LC 5-103 Connection to PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended c ommunicati [...]

  • Page 311

    5-104 18. KE YENC E PLC KZ/KV Series CPU / KV -700 CPU Communicati on p arameters for the V7 ser[...]

  • Page 312

    5 18. KEYE NCE P LC 5-105 Connection to PLCs KZ-A 500 CP U, M ITSUB ISHI A Seri es L ink KZ/KV S[...]

  • Page 313

    5-106 18. KE YENC E PLC Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring [...]

  • Page 314

    5 18. KEYE NCE P LC 5-107 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 4 Wiri ng Di agr am 5 RS-422 Wiri [...]

  • Page 315

    5-108 19. LG PLC 19. LG PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended comm unicatio[...]

  • Page 316

    5 19. LG PLC 5-109 Connection to PLCs MASTE R-Kx xxS MASTER-Kxx xS CNET / GLOF A CNE T A vailable[...]

  • Page 317

    5-110 19. LG PLC MASTER- K500/1 000 MASTER- KxxxS MASTER- KxxxS CN ET Memo ry TYPE R emar ks P ([...]

  • Page 318

    5 19. LG PLC 5-111 Connection to PLCs GLOF A CNET Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are [...]

  • Page 319

    5-112 19. LG PLC Wiring Diagram 4 RS-422 Wiring Diagram 5 Wiring Diagram 6 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin(Ma[...]

  • Page 320

    5 20. FANUC PLC 5-113 Connection to PLCs 20. F ANUC PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting Th[...]

  • Page 321

    5-114 20. FANUC PLC Wiring Wiring di agrams with th e PLC are shown bel ow . RS-232C Wiring Diag[...]

  • Page 322

    5 20. FANUC PLC 5-115 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Di agr am 3 V7 (CN1) D-sub 25pin(Male: ) FG SG[...]

  • Page 323

    5-116 21. FATEK AUTOMATION PL C 21. F A TEK AUT O MA TION PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Set[...]

  • Page 324

    5 21. FATEK AU TO MATIO N PLC 5-117 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC [...]

  • Page 325

    5-118 22. IDEC PLC 22. IDEC PLC A vailable PLCs * When using RS- 232C cable “FC2A -KC2” ma[...]

  • Page 326

    5 22. IDEC PLC 5-119 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b [...]

  • Page 327

    5-120 23. MODICON PLC 23. MODICON PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended com[...]

  • Page 328

    5 23. MODICON PLC 5-121 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own [...]

  • Page 329

    5-122 24. YA MA TAKE PL C 24. Y AMA T AKE PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom men[...]

  • Page 330

    5 24. YAMA TA KE PLC 5-123 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh [...]

  • Page 331

    5-124 25. TAIAN P LC 25. T AIAN PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended comm [...]

  • Page 332

    5 25. TAIAN P LC 5-125 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b[...]

  • Page 333

    5-126 26. SAIA PLC 26. SAIA PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended comm uni[...]

  • Page 334

    5 26. SAIA PLC 5-127 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own b e[...]

  • Page 335

    5-128 27. MOELLE R PLC 27. MOELLER PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The recom mended co[...]

  • Page 336

    5 27. MOELLER PLC 5-129 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are sh own[...]

  • Page 337

    5-130 28. Telemecanique P LC 28. T elemecanique PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting The rec[...]

  • Page 338

    5 28. Telemecanique PLC 5-131 Connection to PLCs Wiri ng Wir ing di agr ams wi th th e PLC are s[...]

  • Page 339

    5-132 29. Automationdirect PLC 29. Automationdirect PLC A vailable PLCs Communication Setting Th[...]

  • Page 340

    5 29. Auto mationd i rect PL C 5-133 Connection to PLCs A vailable Memory The avail able mem ory [...]

  • Page 341

    5-134 29. Automationdirect PLC Wiring Diagram 2 Wiring Diagram 3 Wiring Diagram 4 V7 (CN1) FG SD [...]

  • Page 342

    5 29. Auto mationd i rect PL C 5-135 Connection to PLCs RS-422 Wiri ng Di agr am 5 Wiri ng Di agr[...]

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