Sharp JW-21MN manual

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    R S Sharp Programmable Controller New Satellite JW20H/30H ME-NET module JW-21MN Version 2.2 Prod[...]

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    Thank you for purchasing the ME-NET module (JW-21MN) for the SHARP programmable controller. Read thi[...]

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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 [...]

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    ME-NET Module: JW-21MN - User's Manual - Chapter 1 Features and Functions Chapter 2 Safety Prec[...]

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    Chapter 1: Features and Functions .................................................................[...]

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    Chapter 10: Description for Computer Link Operation ............................... 10-1 to 14 10-[...]

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    12-3 Storage of error code ........................................................................[...]

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    1-1 1 Chapter 1: Features and Functions JW-21MN is a ME-NET module for JW20/JW20H/JW30H. Using this [...]

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    2 - 1 2 "T" jacket (insulation cover) "L" jacket (insulation cover) Chapter 2: [...]

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    2 - 2 2 Communication cables should be laid from the master station to the slave station one by one.[...]

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    2 - 3 2 2-3 Treatment For ventilation, holes are provided in the cabinet to prevent a temperature ri[...]

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    3 - 1 3 Chapter 3: System Configuration - An example of system configuration using the JW-21MN as a [...]

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    4 - 1 4 Station No. switch Switch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 UNIT NO. Module No. switch Shield ground swit[...]

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    5-1 5 Turn "OFF" the power supply to the JW20/JW20H/JW30H. Set the mode switch, the term[...]

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    6-1 6 Chapter 6: Processing of Cables Make sure to use the qualified products shown below for cables[...]

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

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    6-3 6 Internal conductor (annealed copper single wire) 10mm From the previous page Put a coaxial cab[...]

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    6-4 6 Cut the internal conductor of the coaxial cable, which is already cut by the stripper, using a[...]

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    6-5 6 6-2 Connector crimping procedure Required tools: Hand-held crimping tool Connector: ME-GP-01[...]

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    6-6 6 Slightly widen the external conductor of the coaxial cable, which is crimped to a contact on t[...]

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    7-1 7 ME-JJ-01 400mm Branch line Trunk cable 400mm max. Branch line Trunk cable Chapter 7: Wiring M[...]

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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-21MN, fasten the[...]

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    7-3 7 (6) Bending radius of the signal cable should be less than 45 mm (outside). - Specification of[...]

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    7-4 7 7-4 Waterproof and insulation processing of connectors In order to prevent water intrusion int[...]

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    7-5 7 7-5 Wiring of cables at outside control panels Do not bundle the coaxial cable (the trunk and[...]

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

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    7-7 7 (3) Notes When adding a communication station, follow the items below. Item Reason Another bra[...]

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    8-1 8 Chapter 8: Memory Address on the ME-NET The ME-NET employs a system for addressing individual [...]

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    8 8-2 (2) Memory address map (against JW30H) * ME-NET addresses for file 10 to 2C (H) are out of the[...]

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    8-3 8 8-2 Memory addresses for computer links - Data memory byte addresses in the computer link must[...]

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    8 8-4 * ME-NET addresses (SEG10 to 2C) of file 10 to 2C (H) are out of ranges of the ME-NET specific[...]

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    9-1 9 - The link relay of the receiving station must be programmed as input signal by the PC program[...]

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    9-2 9 (2) Register link Mainly used for sending and receiving numerical data. [Example] In the case [...]

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    9-3 9 9-2 Required transmission time and communication delay time [1] Required transmission time Thi[...]

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    9-4 9 [2] Communication delay time The communication data on the ME-NET may have the delay shown be[...]

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    9-5 9 [3] Data transmission between master PC and slave PC Providing synchronous transfer gives pos[...]

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    9-6 9 9-3 Expansion of network The JW-21MN can transmit data between 64 stations at maximum. If more[...]

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    9-7 9 Master Slave 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 10 11 12[...]

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    10-1 10 Chapter: 10 Description for Computer Link Operation When connected to a host computer with a[...]

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    10-2 10 10-2 Basic commands Meaning and available memory address ranges of each command are shown in[...]

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    10-3 10 10-3 Optional commands The JW-21MN optional commands are any commands not specified in the M[...]

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    10-4 10 [1] Read free memory size Read free memory size. [Write mode assignment] : None [Communica[...]

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    10-5 10 [3] Reading PC mode Read PC's mode. [Write mode assignment] : None [Communication for[...]

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    10-6 10 [5] Reading system memory Read the specified number of bytes of data from the specified addr[...]

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    10-7 10 [7] Reading date Read the year, month, date, and day of week. However, when JW-21CU or JW-3[...]

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    10-8 10 [9] Reading time Read out time (hour, minute, second) of clock. However, when JW-21CU or JW[...]

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    10-9 10 [11] Correct clock time Correct the clock setting. However, when a JW-21CU or JW-31CUH/H1 is[...]

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    10-10 10 [13] Read the optional parameters Read the parameter data for option module (other than JW[...]

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    10-11 10 [15] Read the special I/O parameters Read out parameter data of special I/O modules (other[...]

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    10-12 10 [17] Set the secret function: JW30H only Enables the secret function, or deletes previousl[...]

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    10-13 10 [19] Check the secret function: JW30H only Enables/disables the secret function. [Write mo[...]

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    10-14 10 [20] Response on error When a station that has received data encounters an error while pro[...]

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    11-1 11 Chapter 11: Setting of Switches and Parameter 11-1 Operation procedure -M ake sure to turn [...]

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    11-2 11 [2] Module No. switch (UNIT NO.) Select error history storage registration area and data lin[...]

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    11-3 11 4 3 2 1 0 F E D C B A 9 8 7 6 5 (Factory setting: OFF) ON OFF LT (Rear side) (4) Terminati[...]

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    11-4 11 4 3 2 1 0 F E D C B A 9 8 7 6 5 (Factory setting: ON) ON OFF LG (Rear side) (5) Shield gr[...]

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    11-5 11 11-3 Setting contents of master station parameters [1] Setting contents When the JW-21MN is[...]

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    11-6 11 * Corresponding symbols on pages 11-7 to 11-9 - to are equivalent to number of page 11-13[...]

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    11-7 11 Slave station 01 (8) (Data memory) Master station 00 (8)   (Data memory) Register link ar[...]

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    11-8 11 (2) In case that setting the data link (save memory function) when the master station and a[...]

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    11-9 11 - Set the receiving area for save memory function within the range of the link area. 0 £ a[...]

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    11-10 11 [Example for setting] The master station and slave station 01 and 02 are JW-21MN. It shows [...]

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    11-11 11 コ 1000 Time limited contact 000000 000377 000400 000677 I / O relay コ 0000 コ 0377 [...]

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    11-12 11 (2) When master station PC is JW30H - When master and slave stations are JW-21MN and set t[...]

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    11-13 11 [4] Setting procedure Set parameters of the master station following the procedure below. [...]

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    11-14 11 • key: Changeover unit of figures → HEX (hexadecimal) → OCT (octal) → DCM[...]

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    11-15 11 Lower Upper 00 (H) · In case of standard function, set top address by file addres[...]

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    11-16 11 From the previous page Write 000200 (8) in parameter ad- dresses 004004 to 004005 (8) . W[...]

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    11-17 11 From the previous page Set top address of register link area on slave station 01 to 77 (8) [...]

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    11-18 11 to to From the previous page Set the number of sending bytes of the slave station (01 to 77[...]

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    11-19 11 Set connection status of slave station [bit pattern, byte] Set "connected slave stati[...]

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    11-20 11 Covert to hexadecimal figures Set top address of flag area From the previous page File addr[...]

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    11-21 11 Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-21MN, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), byte] From the p[...]

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    11-22 11 11-4 Setting slave station parameters (common for all slave stations) When the JW-21MN i[...]

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    11-23 11 • When PC is JW30H •W hen PC is JW20/JW20H Flag areas are allocated by 24 bytes from[...]

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    11-24 11 [3] Setting procedure [ ] : See pag[...]

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    11-25 11 Turn to program mode (stop PC operation). Setting of parameters is only available when the [...]

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    11-26 11 Lower Upper Set the number of sending bytes in decimal on the parameter address 007720 t[...]

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    11-27 11 Covert to hexadecimal figures Set top address of flag area From the previous page File addr[...]

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    11-28 11 Write 81 (H) Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-21MN, start operation [HEX (hexadecimal), by[...]

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    12-1 12 Chapter 12: Errors and Countermeasures The operating condition of the JW-21MN can be monitor[...]

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    12-2 12 12-2 Flag Flag area is 24 bytes from the "flag top address" set in the master stat[...]

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    12-3 12 [2] In the case of a master station (1) Communication monitor flag This flag is used to mon[...]

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    12-4 12 [3] In the case of slave station 01 to 77 (8) (1) Communication monitor flag This flag is [...]

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    12-5 12 [4] Monitor operation condition by each station PC By creating a program having the flags sh[...]

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    12-6 12 12-3 Storage of error code When an error occurs in the JW-21MN, it stores the occurred error[...]

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    12-7 12 (1) System memory #170 to 177 (option module error code) The error code stored in the syste[...]

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    12-8 12 (4) Error history When the JW-21MN has errors, it stores them in an error history register.[...]

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    13-1 13 Start Turn "OFF" the JW20/JW20H/JW30H's power Remove the cables from the JW-2[...]

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    14-1 14 After stopping operation, record the parameters of the JW-21MN onto the memory of the person[...]

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    14-2 14 <Load> (1) Load to the personal computer Load the contents of the floppy diskette in[...]

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    15-1 15 Chapter 15: Specifications 15-1 General specifications 15-2 Communication specifications App[...]

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    15-2 15 15-3 Data link specifications Both standard function and save memory function are available.[...]

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    15-3 15 15-4 Computer link specifications [Outside dimensional drawings] Item Specifications 64 sta[...]

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    16-1 16 Chapter 16: Appendix 16-1 Maintenance and check Check wiring, installation, and switch setti[...]

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    16-2 16 16-2 Recovery method at communication errors (1) Check flow chart First communication? Does[...]

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    16-3 16 (2) Check cable/connector As errors on the junction from the main cable to the drop cable o[...]

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    16-4 16 03 (8) Remove the connector on point A, and turn ON the termination resistance of the mast[...]

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    16-5 16 - When the master station indicates error code 6F (H) and the COMM lamp lights. The cause [...]

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    16-6 16 When the COMM lamp of the master station is OFF (SD, RD, and CD are flickering). Check the f[...]

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    16-7 16 (4) When the communication error occurs instantaneously. Cause may be: - Noise on the comm[...]

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    16-8 16 16-3 Table of parameter memory (1) Master station The set contents of the parameter addresse[...]

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    16-9 16 * When 00 (H) is set, the value becomes the same top address of the master station regardl[...]

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    16-10 16 (3 / 5) - Initial value of the address 005000 to 005177 (8) are all 00 (H) . Address (8) [...]

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    16-11 16 - Initial value of the address 005200 to 005377 (8) are all 00 (H) . (4 / 5) Address (8) S[...]

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    16-12 16 (5 / 5) - For initial values of above addresses, see page 11-5 and 6. (2) Slave station ([...]

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    16-13 16 16-4 Special functions unique to the JW-21MN The functions below are not covered by the ME-[...]

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    16-14 16 Function < Standard network connection > The operations below using a peripheral dev[...]

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    16-15 16 - Network setting Select whether the target station for remote programming or remote monit[...]

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    16-16 16 (2) Parameter setting by remote function This paragraph describes how to set the parameters[...]

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    I-1 I Alphabetical Index [A] Allocation of relay number ...........................................[...]

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    I-2 I [M] Maintenance and check ...................................................................[...]

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    I-3 I Setting special I/O parameter ...............................................................[...]