Sharp JW-20RS manual

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    R Version 2.2 Produced in Oct. 1997 SHARP Programmable Controller New Satellite W series Model Name [...]

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    Thank you for purchasing the network module (JW-20CM), remote I/O slave module (JW-20RS) for the SHA[...]

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    Safety Precautions Read this manual and attached documents carefully before installation, operation,[...]

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    3) Use Danger • Don’t touch the terminal while the power is being supplied or you may have an el[...]

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    ■ Configuration of this manual The network module JW-20CM has three functions: "remote I/O,&q[...]

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    Network module JW-20CM Remote I/O slave module JW-20RS - User’s Manual - Chapter 1. Outline Chapte[...]

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    T able of contents Chapter 1 Outline ...............................................................[...]

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    Chapter 1 1 Support T ools .........................................................................[...]

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    1 · 1 1 Chapter 1 Outline Using network module JW-20CM, you can construct a communications system ([...]

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    2 2 · 1 Chapter 2 Safety Precautions 2-1 Installation ● Do not install or store the JW-20CM in th[...]

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    2 2 · 2 Coaxial cable JW-20CM Tu r n “ON” shield ground Rack etc. Electric welder Note: In case[...]

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    2 2 · 3 2-3 Treatment ● For ventilation, holes are provided in the cabinet to prevent a temperatu[...]

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    3 · 1 3 Chapter 3 System Configuration (Example of system configuration) Slave station 77 (8) JW-22[...]

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    4 · 1 4 Chapter 4 Name and Function of Each Part 4-1 JW-20CM (View removing the cover on the settin[...]

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    4 · 2 4 ③ Support tool connection connector Connect a support tool and set parameter etc. ④ Set[...]

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    4 · 3 4 4-2 JW-20RS ① Indication lamps Lamps light ON/OFF indicates operation condition. ② 30Hn[...]

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    4 · 4 4 ③ Support tool connection connector Connect a support tool and set parameter etc. ④ Set[...]

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    5 · 1 5 Chapter 5 Installation 5-1 JW-20CM (1) Installation of cable for option module Install the [...]

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    5 · 2 5 ② Attach the connectors in the optional cable one after another, starting from the left s[...]

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    5 · 3 5 (2) Installation of JW-20CM Attach the basic rack panel using the two attachment screws. Be[...]

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    5 · 4 5 5-2 JW-20RS Choose type of basic rack panel of the remote I/O slave module (JW-20RS) consid[...]

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    5 · 5 5 (1) Installation of power supply module Attach the end left of rack panel using the two mod[...]

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    5 · 6 5 (2) Installation of JW-20RS Install the JW-20RS in the second slot from the left end using [...]

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    6 · 1 6 Make sure to use the recommended models shown below for cables and connectors. Chapter 6 Pr[...]

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    6 · 2 6 6-1 Processing cable end ① Applicable cable High frequency coaxial cable: ME-5C-2V ② Re[...]

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    6 · 3 6 Internal conductor (annealed copper single wire) 10 mm Insulator (semi-transparent) From th[...]

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    6 · 4 6 10 mm ± 0.5 mm A: 10 ± 0.5 mm B: 4 ± 0.5 mm B A Screw holder Blade cassette Cut the inte[...]

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    6 · 5 6 6-2 Connector crimping procedure ① Required tools: Hand-held crimping tool ② Connector:[...]

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    6 · 6 6 Slightly widen the external conductor of the coaxial cable, which is crimped to a contact o[...]

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    7 · 1 7 7-1 Cable trunk and branch lines ① On the illustration of the cable wiring below, a bold [...]

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    7 · 2 7 [1] Fixing of the cable In order not to put any force on the cable and the JW-20CM, fasten [...]

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    7 · 3 7 [5] Grounding of power supply module Make sure to connect the GND terminal of the power sup[...]

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    7 · 4 7 Remarks 7-4 Waterproof and insulation processing of connectors In order to prevent water in[...]

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    7 · 5 7 The recommended connector types are used. The connectors are securely locked. The connector[...]

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    7 · 6 7 7-7 Wiring method for adding a communication station [1] Branching method When branching a [...]

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    7 · 7 7 Another branch line from a branch line may not give appropriate communication by reflection[...]

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    7 · 8 7 7-8 Wiring to power supply module [1] JW-1PU · Open the terminal block cover, fasten with [...]

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    7 · 9 7 [2] JW-2PU · Open the terminal block cover, fasten with the screw with torque of less than[...]

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    8 · 1 8 Chapter 8 Remote I/O 8-1 Description of remote I/O · If remote I/O slave module JW-20RS is[...]

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    8 · 2 8 ·R ack panel can use 2 sets max. per slave station. But, unavailable for use I/O bus expan[...]

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    8 · 3 8 8-2 Data transfer required time and communication timing (1) Required time for data transfe[...]

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    8 · 4 8 (2) Communication timing · For communication with slave stations, either of "synchron[...]

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    8 · 5 8 ① Operational synchronous When more than one JW-20CM is installed while using the remote [...]

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    8 · 6 8 I / O 処理 データ交換 I / O 処理 データ交換 I / O 処理 データ交換 親?[...]

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    8 · 7 8 (4) Voltage interruption time of slave module The voltage interruption operation of slave m[...]

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    8 · 8 8 8-3 Outline of switch and parameter setting procedure In brackets: See page Start Power “[...]

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    8 · 9 8 (1) Switch setting of master module (JW-20CM) In brackets: See page Operation procedure Sta[...]

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    8 · 10 8 Turn master module and slave module power “OFF.” Remove the setting switch cover of ma[...]

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    8 · 11 8 From the previous page Set LT (termination resistance) switch • When a JW-20CM master mo[...]

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    8 · 12 8 From the previous page Set LG (shield ground) switch · For communication lines, use a coa[...]

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    8 · 13 8 From the previous page Attach label · Attach the remote I/O master station label to this [...]

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    8 · 14 8 (2) Switch setting of slave module (JW-20RS) Operation procedure All slave module in commo[...]

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    8 · 15 8 Power “OFF” master/slave station Set output hold switch · Set this switch whether to [...]

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    8 · 16 8 From the previous page Set STA. NO. (station number) switch · Set "STA. NO" (st[...]

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    8 · 17 8 From the previous page Set LG (shield ground) switch · For communication lines, use a coa[...]

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    8 · 18 8 From the previous page Write in label · Write “FIX” and “STA. NO.” on label of re[...]

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    8 · 19 8 (3) Parameter setting of slave module (JW-20RS) Set the following parameter address after [...]

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    8 · 20 8 Operation procedure In brackets : See page Set of prohibit the auto I/O table registration[...]

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    8 · 21 8 [I/O table registration in case of using JW-I/O] 1. In case of not setting dummy I/O Regis[...]

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    8 · 22 8 Indicates in [ ] of each item mean as follows: (Example) Stop remote I/O operation [HEX (h[...]

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    8 · 23 8 Remarks From the previous page Writing to the EEPROM, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), [...]

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    8 · 24 8 "Only when using ZW model I/O module" ① Select "number of I/O byte checki[...]

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    8 · 25 8 "Only when manual I/O registration using the JW model I/O module" ③ Set number[...]

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    8 · 26 8 "Only when manual I/O registration using JW model I/O modules" ④ Set type of I[...]

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    8 · 27 8 "Only when using JW model I/O modules" ⑤ Registration of I/O table [HEX (hexad[...]

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    8 · 28 8 "Only when using JW model I/O module" ⑦ Set maximum rack and slot numbers [HEX[...]

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    8 · 29 8 "Only when using JW model I/O module" ⑧ Setting remote I/O top address [OCT (o[...]

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    8 · 30 8 (4) Parameter setting of master module (JW-20CM) Set the following parameter address after[...]

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    8 · 31 8 Operation procedure Turn ON the power switch on the master station PC Connnect support too[...]

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    8 · 32 8 Parameter setting range <Fixed allocation> ·W hen fixed allocation is used, set par[...]

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    8 · 33 8 Display the contents of parameter address 003777 by hexadecimal. Stop PC operation Select [...]

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    8 · 34 8 • Remote I/O operation (communication) stops. • The PC continues operation. (Mode 1) ?[...]

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    8 · 35 8 From the previous page Set number of connected slave stations [DCM (decimal), byte] · Set[...]

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    8 · 36 8 Write (80(H)) to output to a flag in 003767 (8) After converting into byte display to 0037[...]

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    8 · 37 8 Write 81 (H) Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-20CM, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), byt[...]

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    8 · 38 8 "Only when using fixed allocation" ③ Enter the number of slave station I/O poi[...]

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    8 · 39 8 "Only when using fixed allocation" ④ Set blanks between stations [DCM (decimal[...]

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    8 · 40 8 "Only when using manual allocation" ⑤ Enter the I/O top addresses of slave sta[...]

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    8 · 41 8 [Single address and continuous address] ·I f a slave station's I/O area is not linke[...]

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    8 · 42 8 s s e r d d A ) 8 ( n o i t a t s e v a l S r e b m u n ) 8 ( -- 1 0 2 0 0 01 0 2 0 2 0 0 [...]

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    8 · 43 8 "Only when the master station is a JW model" ⑦ Enter the I/O type for each sla[...]

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    8 · 44 8 "Only when the master station PC is a JW model and a JW model special I/O module is u[...]

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    8 · 45 8 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Top register address Enter top address of each special I/O module, whi[...]

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    8 · 46 8 8-4 Error and treatment Operation status of the JW-20CM can be check by indication lamps, [...]

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    8 · 47 8 Remarks • Replace the JW-20CM • Check the communication cable Check the communication [...]

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    8 · 48 8 ② JW-20RS Indication lamp JW–20RS C O M M ○ S D ○ R D ○ C D ○ L T ○ T E S T [...]

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    8 · 49 8 Replace the JW-20RS • Check the communication cable • Replace the JW-20RS Check the co[...]

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    8 · 50 8 (I/O error code of JW model) • When error numbers 98 through 9C (H) occur, the module wi[...]

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    8 · 51 8        D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0    [...]

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    8 · 52 8 Error code stored to system memory #170 #160 53 (H) Cause Measure Replace the JW-20CM Repl[...]

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    8 · 53 8 Remarks • The error code stored in the system memory #170 is shifted to #170 to #177 one[...]

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    8 · 54 8 (4) Recovery method at communication errors ① Check flow chart First communication? Does[...]

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    8 · 55 8 ② Check cable/connector As errors on the junction from the main cable to the drop cable [...]

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    8 · 56 8 03 (8) Remove the connector on point A, and turn ON the termination resistance of the mast[...]

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    8 · 57 8 s s e r d d a r e t e m a r a P s t n e t n o C e u l a v g n i t t e S 7 7 7 3 0 0 ) 8 ( [...]

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    8 · 58 8 Parameter setting range <Fixed allocation> ·W hen fixed allocation is used, set par[...]

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    8 · 59 8 ④ When the communication error occurs instantaneously. Cause may be: • Noise on the co[...]

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    8 · 60 8 ⑤ When the communication error occurs continuously. Identify the error station. Specify [...]

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    9 · 1 9 Chapter 9 Data Link 9-1 Description for data link function · The data link function us use[...]

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    9 · 2 9 Station number 00 (8) Station number 01 (8) Station number 02 (8) Station number 03 (8) :[...]

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    9 · 3 9 (2) Register link function Mainly used for sending and receiving numerical data. [Example] [...]

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    9 · 4 9 [2] Data link (Memory capacity save function) The memory capacity save function is to provi[...]

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    9 · 5 9 [3] Link function with specific station (F200/F201 link function) There is a function for c[...]

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    9 · 6 9 [4] SEND/RECEIVE function Different from the data link, the SEND/RECEIVE functions are func[...]

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    9 · 7 9 (1) Instruction system The PC's application instruction F-202/203 (open channel), F-20[...]

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    9 · 8 9 [Example ] In case of writing data of 8 bytes to slave station 03 (8) Module number install[...]

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    9 · 9 9 (2) Data memory starting system The data memory starting system is the system which starts [...]

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    9 · 10 9 *Input/ Output Input Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output Output[...]

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    9 · 11 9 [Example] In case of writing 8 bytes data to slave station 03 Module number installing own[...]

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    9 · 12 9 9-3 Data transfer required time and communication delay time (1) Required time for data tr[...]

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    9 · 13 9 (2) Communication delay time The communication data on the satellite net may have the dela[...]

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    9 · 14 9 (3) Data transmission between master PC and slave PC Providing synchronous transfer gives [...]

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    9 · 15 9 9-4 Expansion of network The JW-20CM can transmit data between 64 stations at maximum. If [...]

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    9 · 16 9 Master Slave 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 10 11 12 13 [...]

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    9 · 17 9 9-5 Switch setting of master station or slave station Operation procedure In brackets: See[...]

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    9 · 18 9 Turn master module and slave module power “OFF.” Remove the setting switch cover of ne[...]

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    9 · 19 9 From the previous page Set LT (termination resistance) switch • When master module or sl[...]

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    9 · 20 9 From the previous page Set LG (shield ground) switch · For communication lines, use a coa[...]

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    9 · 21 9 From the previous page Attach label · Attach the data link label to this module, make set[...]

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    9 · 22 9 9-6 Setting contents of slave station parameters When the JW-20CM is used as a slave stati[...]

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    9 · 23 9 Set top address in communication storage area when using data memory starting system of SE[...]

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    9 · 24 9 Reference Connect support tools · Connect a support tool with the JW-20CM and prepare the[...]

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    9 · 25 9 Screen display of JW-13PG アドレス ADRS モニタ MNTR 書 込 E?[...]

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    9 · 26 9 From the previous page Set PC model of each station [HEX (hexadecimal), byte] · Assign mo[...]

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    9 · 27 9 From the previous page Select system in each channel in SEND/RECEIVE function “When PC i[...]

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    9 · 28 9 Lower Upper · Set the number of sending bytes in decimal on the parameter address 007720 [...]

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    9 · 29 9 File address: OCT (octal), word File number/flag: HEX (hexadecimal), byte From the previou[...]

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    9 · 30 9 Remarks From the previous page Set whether the station number information should be output[...]

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    9 · 31 9 From the previous page Enter communication error detection interval [DCM (decimal), byte] [...]

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    9 · 32 9 Write 81 (H) Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-20CM, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), byt[...]

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    9 · 33 9 9-7 Setting contents of master station parameters [1] Setting contents When the JW-20CM is[...]

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    9 · 34 9 m e t I s s e r d d A ) 8 ( l a i t i n I e u l a v ) H ( ) e g n a r g n i t t e s ( s t [...]

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    9 · 35 9 Slave station 01 (8) (Data memory) Master station 00 (8)   (Data memory) Register link a[...]

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    9 · 36 9 (2) In case that setting the data link ( V5 memory capacity save function) when the master[...]

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    9 · 37 9 • An example of register link area map for the setting of the data link (the save memory[...]

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    9 · 38 9 Select system of each channel in SEND/RECEIVE function [3] Setting procedure In brackets: [...]

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    9 · 39 9 • Turn to program mode (stop PC operation). Setting of parameters is only available when[...]

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    9 · 40 9 From the previous page Set top address of the relay link area on the master station [OCT ([...]

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    9 · 41 9 コ 0210 コ 0220 コ 0224 コ 0233 コ 0400 コ 0420 コ 0430 コ 0437 コ 0740 コ 0767 [...]

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    9 · 42 9 • Set “01 (H) (=001 (8) )” in parameter address 004002 (8) and change to “relay/re[...]

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    9 · 43 9 From the previous page Write 000200 (8) in parameter ad- dresses 004004 to 004005 (8) . Wr[...]

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    9 · 44 9 From the previous page Set top address of register link area on slave station 01 to 77 (8)[...]

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    9 · 45 9 From the previous page Set the number of sending bytes of the master station relay link [D[...]

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    9 · 46 9 to From the previous page Set the number of sending bytes of the master station register l[...]

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    9 · 47 9 From the previous page Set time-out time of SEND/RECEIVE function [DCM (decimal), byte] ?[...]

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    9 · 48 9 From the previous page Set PC model of each station [HEX (hexadecimal), byte] “When PC i[...]

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    9 · 49 9 From the previous page Select system in each channel in SEND/RECEIVE function “When PC i[...]

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    9 · 50 9 From the previous page “When PC is JW model and the SEND/RECEIVE function is used” Set[...]

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    9 · 51 9 Write 80 (H) to address 007767 (8) Set top address of flag area From the previous page Fil[...]

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    9 · 52 9 Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-22CM, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), byte] From the p[...]

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    9 · 53 9 9-8 Error and treatment Operation status of the JW-20CM can be check by indication lamps, [...]

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    9 · 54 9 80 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ● ● ● ● 40 ○ [...]

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    9 · 55 9 (2) Flag Flag area is 24 bytes from the “flag top address” set in the master station/s[...]

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    9 · 56 9 ② In the case of a master station (PC 00) · Communication monitor flag This flag is use[...]

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    9 · 57 9 · Operation condition monitor flag [2] This flag is used to monitor the abnormal stop of [...]

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    9 · 58 9 ③ In the case of slave station (PC 01 to 77 (8) ) · Communication monitor flag This fla[...]

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    9 · 59 9 · Operation condition monitor flag [2] This flag is used to monitor the abnormal stop of [...]

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    9 · 60 9 ④ Monitor operation condition by each station PC By creating a program having the flags [...]

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    9 · 61 9 01 ROM error, upper CPU 02 RAM error, upper CPU 03 2 port RAM error against PC, upper CPU [...]

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    9 · 62 9 • When any of errors “01 (H) ” to “18 (H) ” occurs among the error codes listed [...]

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    9 · 63 9 (4) Recovery method at communication errors ① Check flow chart First communication? Does[...]

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    9 · 64 9 ② Check cable/connector As errors on the junction from the main cable to the drop cable [...]

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    9 · 65 9 03 (8) Remove the connector on point A, and turn ON the termination resistance of the mast[...]

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    9 · 66 9 ③ During initial communication (start-up of the system) Lighting error code 6F (H) · Wh[...]

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    9 · 67 9 · When the master station is normal and the error code 6F (H) of a slave station lights. [...]

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    9 · 68 9 Other cases • Check the switches of the JW-20CM (see check item) • Check optional cabl[...]

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    9 · 69 9 ④ When the communication error occurs instantaneously. Cause may be: • Noise on the co[...]

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    9 · 70 9 Start Turn “OFF” the PC power Remove the cables from the JW-20CM Remove the JW-20CM fr[...]

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    10 · 1 10 Chapter 10 Computer link 10-1 Description for computer link · You can transmit data betw[...]

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    10 · 2 10 10-2 Communication method The host computer communicates with each station number one by [...]

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    10 · 3 10 10-3 Switch setting Same as setting switch of data link. (See page 9·17 to 9·21) When y[...]

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    10 · 4 10 10-4 Command For communication format etc., see network module ZW-98CM/ZW-20AX etc. instr[...]

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    10 · 5 10 Read out current value of register/file register (1024 bytes max./ one time) Function Rea[...]

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    10 · 6 10 Write in same data to register/file register Function Write in same data that specified r[...]

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    10 · 7 10 Read out current value of timer/counter/MD Function Read out current value that specified[...]

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    10 · 8 10 Read out current value of system memory (256 bytes max./one time) Function Read out curre[...]

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    10 · 9 10 Read out program memory (512 steps max./one time) Function Read out contents that specifi[...]

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    10 · 10 10 Change the setting value of timer/counter (1 point unit) Function Change the assigned va[...]

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    10 · 11 10 Read out operation status of PC Function Read out PC operation status of specified stati[...]

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    10 · 12 10 Read out program memory capacity Function Read out program memory capacity of specified [...]

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    10 · 13 10 Read out status of write mode Function Read out status of write mode that specified stat[...]

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    10 · 14 10 Read out bit status of parameter memory Function Read out parameter memory status of ZW/[...]

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    10 · 15 10 Letters in brackets are command name of BASIC mode. Letters in brackets are command name[...]

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    10 · 16 10 Read out date (PC of JW model) Function Read out date that specified stations. Command c[...]

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    10 · 17 10 Read out times (PC of JW model) Function Read out times that specified stations. Command[...]

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    10 · 18 10 Correct time (PC of JW model) Function Correct time that specified stations. Command cod[...]

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    10 · 19 10 Read out data by F-200 instruction Function Read out data that specified station using a[...]

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    11 · 1 11 Chapter 11 Support Tools Select “Read out PARAM” and press the “Enter” key. Start[...]

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    11 · 2 11 ④ Record onto a floppy diskette Write (record) the memory contents of the personal comp[...]

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    11 · 3 11 (2) Load ① Load to the personal computer Load the contents of the floppy diskette into [...]

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    11 · 4 11 ③ Load to the JW-20CM After stopping operation, load the memory contents of the persona[...]

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    11 · 5 11 11-2 Remote function (1) Remote programming and remote monitor This paragraph describes t[...]

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    11 · 6 11 ① Function <Standard network connection> <Expansion network connection> The[...]

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    11 · 7 11 ② Operation example This paragraph describes an operation example using the multipurpos[...]

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    11 · 8 11 <Standard network connection> Set “standard” in network configuration. Set “s[...]

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    11 · 9 11 (2) Parameter setting by remote function This paragraph describes how to set the paramete[...]

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    11 · 10 11 ⑥ Setting parameter After finishing communication with the target station, set the par[...]

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    12 · 1 12 Chapter 12 Specifications 12-1 JW-20CM (1) General specifications [Outline dimension draw[...]

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    12 · 2 12 (2) Communication specifications Communication method Transmission rate Transmission form[...]

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    12 · 3 12 (3) Specifications of each function ① Specifications of remote I/O slave station ② Da[...]

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    12 · 4 12 12-2 JW-20RS (1) General specifications [Outline dimension drawings] (Unit : mm) (2) Comm[...]

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    13 · 1 13 Chapter 13 Appendix 13-1 Maintenance and check Check wiring, installation, and switch set[...]

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    13 · 2 13 13-2 Switch setting table (1) JW-20CM (network module) (2) JW-20RS (remote I/O slave modu[...]

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    13 · 3 13 Setting method (value, example) (Operations when a slave station error occurs) • Remote[...]

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    13 · 4 13 (2/6) Setting method (value, example) Fix •U se the addresses 000006 to 000177 (8) list[...]

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    13 · 5 13 Setting method (value, example) 64 points (8 bytes), no. of slave stations: max. 63 sets.[...]

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    13 · 6 13 000301 Address (8) Set contents (Decimal, bytes) In case of 100 bytes → 100 (D) Blanks [...]

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    13 · 7 13 • Set the addresses 000600 to 000777 (8) when the master station PC is JW model and use[...]

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    13 · 8 13 003764 to 003767 (Octal, word) (Hexadecimal, byte) Flag top address When コ 0200, set to[...]

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    13 · 9 13 • Initial value of the address 004000 to 004377 (8) are all 00 (H) . ※ When 00 (H) is[...]

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    13 · 10 13 ※ When 00 (H) is set, the value becomes the same top address of the master station reg[...]

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    13 · 11 13 • Initial value of the address 005000 to 005177 (8) are all 00 (H) . Address (8) 00500[...]

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    13 · 12 13 (4/7) 005300 to 005301 005302 to 005303 005304 to 005305 005306 to 005307 005310 to 0053[...]

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    13 · 13 13 (5/7) • Initial value of the address 007501 to 007577 (8) are all 00 (H) . Address (8)[...]

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    13 · 14 13 Set contents PC model of slave station 01 (8) Setting method (value, example) 00 (H) 80 [...]

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    13 · 15 13 Instruction system Data memory start system Instruction system Data memory start system [...]

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    13 · 16 13 Stop operation of the data link Start operation of the data link Writing to EEPROM or op[...]

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    13 · 17 13 •U se addresses 000001 to 000017 (8) listed below when the I/Os are the JW type. If ZW[...]

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    13 · 18 13 16 points output 32 points output 64 points output (JW-62SC) Vacant slot 00 ↑ Lower bi[...]

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    13 · 19 13 • Set page 8·19 for initial values of the addresses above. Slot: 1 Slot: 0 D 7 6 5 4 [...]

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    13 · 20 13 13-4 Address map of data memory (File 0) Relay link area Register link area Flag area Re[...]

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    13 · 21 13 s s e r d d a y r o m e M e g n a r g n i t t e S s s e r d d a t i B ) 8 ( = s s e r d [...]

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    13 · 22 13 13-5 Instructions used with the F200 and F201 link function (1) F-200 F-200 → PORT F-2[...]

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    13 · 23 13 Setting range for "S" · Rising edge of the input signal (OFF to ON) [ ※ 3] [...]

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    13 · 24 13 (2) F-201 F-201 PORT → Symbol Transfer task number "n" and PC memory data (s[...]

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    13 · 25 13 Setting range for "S" · Rising edge of the input signal (OFF to ON) [ ※ 3] [...]

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    13 · 26 13 13-6 Application instruction using instruction system (1) F-202 F-202 OPCH F-202 OPCH PO[...]

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    13 · 27 13 (2) F-204 F-204 SEND Send Data • Even addresses must always be used for indirect addre[...]

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    13 · 28 13 (3) F-205 F-205 RCV Receive Data • Even addresses must always be used for indirect add[...]

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    13 · 29 13 [Example 2] In case of reading data of 8 bytes to slave station 01 (8) Module number ins[...]