Mitsubishi Electronics -LD62D manual

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    MELSEC-L High-S peed Counter Module User's Manual -LD62 -LD62D[...]

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    1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read th ese precau tions bef ore using th is prod uct.) Befor e usin g this pr[...]

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    2 [Inst allation Precautio ns] [Inst allation Precautio ns] [Wiring Precautions] W A RNING ● Shut [...]

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    3 [Wiring Precautions ] CAUTION ● Indivi dually gr ound the FG and LG te rminals of the pr ogramma[...]

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    4 [St artup and Mainten ance Precautions] [St artup and Mainten ance Precautions] [Disposal Precauti[...]

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    5 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT")[...]

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    6 INTRODUCTION Thank y ou for purchasi ng the Mitsu bishi MELSEC-L series pro grammable con trollers[...]

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    7 COMPLIANCE W ITH EMC AND LOW VOL T AGE DIRECTIVES (1) Method of ensuring compliance T o ensure tha[...]

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    8 RELEV AN T MANUALS (1) CPU module user's ma nu al (2) Head module user's manual (3) Oper[...]

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    9 Memo[...]

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    CONTENTS 10 CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    11 7.3 Intelligent Function Modul e Detail e d Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    12 Appendix 1.1 Input signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    13 MANUAL P AGE ORGANIZA TION In this m anual, pages are organize d and the symb ols are used as sho[...]

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    14 TERMS Unles s otherw ise spe c ifie d, this manual u ses the follow ing t erms. P ACKING LIST The[...]

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    15 CHAPTER 1 HIGH-SPEED COUNTER MODULE 1 1.1 Application CHAPTER 1 HIGH-SPEED CO UNTER MODULE This c[...]

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    16 1.2 Features (1) Offering counting cap ability over the wide range from - 214748 3 648 to 214748 [...]

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    17 CHAPTER 1 HIGH-SPEED COUNTER MODULE 1 1.2 Features (7) Executing the prese t function and the cou[...]

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    18 CHAPTER 2 P ART NAMES The foll owing tabl e lists t he part names of the high-spe ed counter modu[...]

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    19 CHAPTER 2 P A RT NAMES 2 Memo[...]

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    20 CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICA TIONS This c hapter describes gene ral sp ecificati ons, performanc e specifi[...]

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    21 CHAPT ER 3 SPECIFICA TI ONS 3 3.2 Performance Specifications 3.2 Performance Specifications The f[...]

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    22 *1 The value can be configured in intelligent function m odule switch setting. *2 The counting sp[...]

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    23 CHAPT ER 3 SPECIFICA TI ONS 3 3.2 Performance Specifications 3.2.1 Number of parameters that can [...]

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    24 (2) Checking the number of p arameters The numb er of parameter s set for the intelligen t functi[...]

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    25 CHAPT ER 3 SPECIFICA TI ONS 3 3.3 Function List 3.3 Function List The f ollow ing ta ble lists th[...]

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    26 3.4 List of I/O Signals The followin g t able l ists t he I/O signa ls of the high-speed cou nter[...]

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    27 CHAPT ER 3 SPECIFICA TI ONS 3 3.5 List of B uffer Memory Areas 3.5 List of Buffer Mem ory Areas T[...]

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    28 *1 This value is set when the high-speed counter module i s powered on or the CPU module is reset[...]

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    29 CHAPT ER 4 PROCEDU RES BE FORE OPER A TION 4 CHAPTER 4 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERA TION This cha pter[...]

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    30 Memo[...]

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    31 CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 5 5.1 Overall Configuration CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION This [...]

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    32 (2) When connected to the head module Power supply module END cover Connector Head module High-sp[...]

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    33 CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 5 5.2 Applicable System 5.2.1 Restrictions when the high-speed c [...]

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    34 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRI NG This c hapter describes inst allation and wiring of the h ig[...]

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    35 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.1 Wiring precautions 6.2 Wiring This sec tio[...]

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    36 (3) Measures a gainst noise • The high-speed c ounter module m ay count puls es inco rrectly if[...]

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    37 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.1 Wiring precautions (4) Requirement s for c[...]

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    38 • T ake the fol lowing noise reduction me asures wh en wiring a con nector for extern al device[...]

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    39 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.2 Connectors for external devices 6.2.2 Conn[...]

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    40 (3) Wiring method For wiring method, refer to th e following. MELSE C-L CPU Modu le User's M[...]

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    41 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.3 Interface with external devices 6.2.3 Inte[...]

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    42 (2) LD62 (DC input sink output type) I/O classification Internal circuit T erminal number *1 Sign[...]

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    43 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.3 Interface with external devices *1 The ter[...]

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    44 (3) LD62D (differential input sink output type) I/O classification Internal circuit T erminal num[...]

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    45 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.2 Wiring 6.2.3 Interface with external devices *1 The ter[...]

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    46 6.2. 4 Con nect able encoders Encoder s that can be conne cted t o the h igh-speed counter mod ul[...]

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    47 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.3 Examples of Wiring Between the High-S peed Counter Modu[...]

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    48 (2) Example of wiring wi th a volt age output type encoder ( 5VDC) (3) Example of wiring wi th a [...]

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    49 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.4 Examples of Wiring Between a Controller and External In[...]

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    50 (2) When the controller (source load type) ha s a voltage of 5VDC B17(B10) 24V A16(A09) 12V B16(B[...]

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    51 CHAPTER 6 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 6 6.4 Examples of Wiring Between a Controller and External In[...]

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    52 6.5 Examples of Wiring with External Output T erminals T o use the coincidence output termin al ([...]

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    53 CHAPT ER 7 SETTIN GS 7 7.1 Adding a Module CHAPTER 7 SETTINGS This cha pter describes how to conf[...]

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    54 7.2 Switch Setting Set a pul se input mo de, counting speed, an d counter typ e for e ach chan ne[...]

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    55 CHAPT ER 7 SETTIN GS 7 7.3 Intelligent F unction Module Detailed Setting 7.3 Intelligent Fun ctio[...]

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    56 7.4 Parameter Settings Set p arameters for each c hannel. Setting p arameters he re eliminates th[...]

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    57 CHAPT ER 7 SETTIN GS 7 7.5 Auto Refresh 7.5 Auto Refresh The funct ion of auto ref resh is to tra[...]

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    58 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS This c hapter describes the d eta ils of the functions th at can be achieved [...]

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    59 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.1 Pulse Input Modes and Counting M ethods 8.1.1 Types of pulse input mode[...]

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    60 For the 1-phase pu lse input, check that for up co unt, the phase B pulse input and CH  Down c[...]

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    61 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.1 Pulse Input Modes and Counting M ethods 8.1.1 Types of pulse input mode[...]

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    62 8.1. 2 Setting a counting method Set a c ounti ng met hod by switch setti ng. For det ails on the[...]

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    63 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.2 Selecting Counter Type 8.2 Selecting Cou nter T ype Select a counti ng [...]

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    64 8.2. 1 Linear cou nter function (1) Operation of the linear counter • This functio n count s pu[...]

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    65 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.2 Selecting Counter Type 8.2.2 Ring counter function 8.2.2 Ring counter f[...]

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    66 (2) Count range of the ring counter The cou nt range is determ ined by the rel ationship betwee n[...]

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    67 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.2 Selecting Counter Type 8.2.2 Ring counter function (b) When the count r[...]

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    68 8.3 Coinc idence Outp ut Functio n This fun ction compa res the presen t counter value with the p[...]

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    69 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.3 Coincidence Output Function Perform the following before turning on CH [...]

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    70 (4) Coincidence detection interrupt function This fun c tion outputs a n interrupt request to the[...]

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    71 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.3 Coincidence Output Function (b) Setting inter rupt pointers Assign i nt[...]

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    72 (c) Using only a specific SI No. • Setting in the intell igent fun ction module in terrupt poin[...]

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    73 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.4 Preset Function 8.4 Preset Functio n This func tion overwrite s the p r[...]

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    74 (2) P erforming the preset function us ing an external control signal Perform th e preset functio[...]

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    75 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.5 Counter Function S election 8.5 Counter Fu nction Selectio n The coun t[...]

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    76 8.5. 1 Readi ng the counter function selection coun t value The cou nter function selecti on coun[...]

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    77 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.5 Counter Function S election 8.5.2 Count error 8.5.2 Count error A count[...]

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    78 8.6 Cou nt D isab le Funct ion This fu nction stop s counting p ulses whi le CH  Count enable [...]

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    79 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.7 Latch Counter Function 8.7 Latch Coun ter Function The funct ion latche[...]

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    80 8.8 Sampling Co unter Function This fu nction count s pulses inpu t during the s pecified samplin[...]

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    81 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS 8 8.9 Periodic Pulse Coun ter Function 8.9 Periodic Pulse Counter Funct ion T[...]

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    82 Read CH  Periodic pulse count, previous value (UnG16, UnG17, UnG4 8, UnG49) and CH  Per[...]

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    83 CHAPTER 9 D ISPLA Y UNIT 9 9.1 Features CHAPTER 9 DISPLA Y UNIT This cha pter describes display u[...]

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    84 (2) Screen transition to th e initial se tting change screen The f ollowin g figur e shows screen[...]

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    85 CHAPTER 9 D ISPLA Y UNIT 9 9.3 List of Setting V alue Change Screens 9.3 List of Setti ng V alue [...]

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    86 (2) Preset value Input ite m (3) Coincidence output point No.1 Input ite m (4) Coincidence output[...]

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    87 CHAPTER 9 D ISPLA Y UNIT 9 9.3 List of Setting V alue Change Screens (5) Ring counter upper limit[...]

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    88 CHAPTER 10 PROGRA MMING This c hapter describes basi c program s of the high-sp eed counter mod u[...]

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    89 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.1 Using the Module in Standard System Configuration (3) Switc h s[...]

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    90 (5) User devi ces The input signal X3F is used by the system and is not available fo r users. If [...]

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    91 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.1 Using the Module in Standard System Configuration (6) Program e[...]

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    92 (b) Auto re fresh Set auto refresh des tination dev ices. Project win dow [Intelli gent Func tion[...]

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    93 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.1 Using the Module in Standard System Configuration (d) Program e[...]

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    94 (7) Program example when intelligent function module p arameters are not used *1 Set these values[...]

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    95 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.1 Using the Module in Standard System Configuration (b) Using eac[...]

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    96 10.2 Connectin g the Modu le to the Head Modu le This s ection desc ribes the system co nfigura t[...]

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    97 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.2 Connecting the Module to t he Head Module (4) User device s Dev[...]

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    98 (5) Setting p aramet ers for t he master stat ion 1. Create a proje ct on GX Works2 . Select &quo[...]

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    99 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.2 Connecting the Module to t he Head Module 4. Open the Refre sh [...]

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    100 (6) Setting p ara meters for the inte lligent dev ice station 1. Create a proje ct on GX Works2 [...]

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    101 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.2 Connecting the Module to t he Head Module 3. Add the high -spe[...]

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    102 5. Open the initial setting window fo r the h igh-speed c ounter module and set paramete r s as [...]

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    103 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.2 Connecting the Module to t he Head Module 6. Open the "Au[...]

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    104 (7) Program example The f ollowin g figur e shows a prog ram exam ple. W rite the progra m to th[...]

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    105 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.2 Connecting the Module to t he Head Module T o use each functio[...]

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    106 10.3 Program Example wit h the Coincidence D etection Interrupt F unction This s ection describ [...]

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    107 CHAPT ER 10 PRO GRAMM ING 10 10.3 Program Example with the Coincidence Detection Interrupt Funct[...]

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    108 CHAPTER 1 1 TROUBL ESHOOTIN G This c hapter describes errors tha t may occur whil e using the hi[...]

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    109 CHAPTER 1 1 TROUBLESHOOTING 11 11.2 The Module Does Not Start Counting O peration 11 . 2 Th e Mo[...]

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    110 11 . 4 C oincidenc e Output F unction Do es Not Corre ctly Operate 11 . 5 C oincidenc e Detectio[...]

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    111 CHAPTER 1 1 TROUBLESHOOTING 11 11.7 Pulse Wavefo rm Shaping Method 11 . 7 Pulse W av eform Shapi[...]

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    112 APPENDICES Appendix 1 Det ails of I/O Signa ls This s ection describ es the detail s on the I/O [...]

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    113 APPENDICES A Appendix 1 Details of I/O Signals Appendix 1.1 Input signals (6) CH  Counter val[...]

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    114 Appendix 1.2 Output signals (1) CH  Coinc idenc e signal No.1 re set comm and (Y0, Y8) This s[...]

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    115 APPENDICES A Appendix 1 Details of I/O Signals Appendix 1.2 Output signals (8) CH  Coincidenc[...]

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    116 Appendix 2 Det ails of Bu ffer Memory Areas (1) CH  Preset va lue (UnG0, UnG1 , UnG32, Un[...]

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    117 APPENDICES A Appendix 2 Details of Buffer Memory Areas (7) CH  Sampling/periodic counter flag[...]

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    118 Appendix 3 Checking Seria l Number and F unction Ve r s i o n For how to ch eck the s erial numb[...]

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    119 APPENDICES A Appendix 4 Differences Between L Series and Q Series M odules Appendix 4 Differen c[...]

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    120 Appendix 5 When Using GX Developer and GX Conf igurator- CT This c hapter describes how to opera[...]

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    121 APPENDICES A Appendix 5 When Using GX Developer and GX Configurator-CT Appendix 5.1 GX Developer[...]

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    122 (3) Switch setting Open th e "I/O assign ment" tab . Parameter [PLC p arameter] [I/O a[...]

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    123 APPENDICES A Appendix 5 When Using GX Developer and GX Configurator-CT Appendix 5.2 GX Configura[...]

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    124 Enter "Start I/O No.", and select "Module type" and "Module model name&[...]

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    125 APPENDICES A Appendix 5 When Using GX Developer and GX Configurator-CT Appendix 5.2 GX Configura[...]

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    126 Appendix 6 Extern al Dim ensions The followin g figu res show the e xternal di mensions of th e [...]

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    127 APPENDICES A Appendix 6 External Dimensions Memo[...]

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    128 INDEX 0 to 9 1-phase m ultiple of 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 1-phase m ult[...]

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    I 4 4 7 8 129 R Readi ng the c ounter fun ction selecti on count value . . 76 Readi ng the presen t [...]

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    130 REVISIONS *The m anual number is given on the b ottom left of the b ack cov er . Jap anese m anu[...]

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    131 W ARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gr[...]

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    132 TRAD EMARKS Micros oft , Windo ws, Win dows V ista, Wind ows NT , Windows XP , Wi ndows Se rver [...]

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    SH(NA)- 080920ENG -D(1 410 )M EE MODEL: LD62( D)-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JZ49 Specifications subject to ch[...]