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Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual (720 pages)

MELSECQ Series  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 10.57 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents12................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals17................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization21................................................................................................................................................................
Terms23................................................................................................................................................................
Packing List26................................................................................................................................................................
Discontinued Models27................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview28................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 System Configuration35................................................................................................................................................................
Overall Configuration36................................................................................................................................................................
Component List37................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For System Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Connection Of Got49................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Device Configuration53................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Cpu Module Start-up Procedures59................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Installation And Wiring61................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Position62................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting A Module65................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit Installation66................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Removal Of Module73................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Extension Base Unit80................................................................................................................................................................
Connection And Disconnection Of Extension Cable87................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Cable Specifications89................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Drop When An Extension Base Unit Is Used90................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting And Removing A Terminal Block96................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Memory Card97................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing An Sd Memory Card101................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing An Extended Sram Cassette103................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring105................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Of 18-point Screw Terminal Block111................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring To Connectors113................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding118................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 General Specifications119................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Cpu Module121................................................................................................................................................................
High Performance Model Qcpu, Process Cpu And Redundant Cpu127................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Model Qcpu132................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications147................................................................................................................................................................
High Performance Model Qcpu150................................................................................................................................................................
Process Cpu154................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Cpu158................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Operation At The Time Of Writing Program182................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Operation184................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Clear Operation186................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Write To The Standard Rom187................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Power Supply Module189................................................................................................................................................................
Part Names And Settings190................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit That Can Be Used In Combination With Power Supply Module196................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Supply Module217................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Power Supply Capacity220................................................................................................................................................................
Life Detection Power Supply Module221................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Base Unit225................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Base Units That Can Be Combined With The Main Base Unit232................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Table233................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Memory Card237................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Usable Memory Cards238................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications Of The Memory Card Battery241................................................................................................................................................................
Handling242................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Installation Into The Memory Card243................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Sd Memory Card245................................................................................................................................................................
Forcibly Disabling The Sd Memory Card247................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Extended Sram Cassette248................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Battery250................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Installation251................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Maintenance And Inspection255................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Inspection256................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Procedure Of The Battery257................................................................................................................................................................
Sram Card Battery Replacement Procedure263................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Programmable Controller That Has Been Stored266................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Module Change During System Operation267................................................................................................................................................................
Change Of Redundant Power Supply Module277................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 Troubleshooting278................................................................................................................................................................
Visual Inspection279................................................................................................................................................................
When The Power Led Does Not Turn On280................................................................................................................................................................
When The Life Led Does Not Turn On In Green Or Orange281................................................................................................................................................................
When The Mode Led Does Not Turn On282................................................................................................................................................................
When The Run Led Does Not Turn On283................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Error Details284................................................................................................................................................................
Checking For Functional Errors287................................................................................................................................................................
Write To Plc And Read From Plc288................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Operation289................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Caused By Hardware290................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Communication291................................................................................................................................................................
Socket Communication Function296................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Function297................................................................................................................................................................
Predefined Protocol Function298................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission From An External Device299................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Caused By Sfc Program Instruction300................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module301................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Module302................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Data304................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices308................................................................................................................................................................
Index708................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions711................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty717................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks718................................................................................................................................................................

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Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual (622 pages)

programmable controller  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 18.31 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions4................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions12................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals21................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization23................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Terms And Abbreviations24................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Order In The Cpu Module26................................................................................................................................................................
Storing And Executing Programs27................................................................................................................................................................
Structured Programming28................................................................................................................................................................
Devices And Instructions Useful For Programming31................................................................................................................................................................
Features36................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Serial Number And Function Version38................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Program Overview40................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Program Configuration42................................................................................................................................................................
Main Routine Program43................................................................................................................................................................
Subroutine Program44................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Program45................................................................................................................................................................
Settings When Program Is Divided52................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Execution Type Program56................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Execution Type Program59................................................................................................................................................................
Stand-by Type Program60................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed Scan Execution Type Program65................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Program Execution Type69................................................................................................................................................................
Data Used In Sequence Programs71................................................................................................................................................................
Bin (binary Code)74................................................................................................................................................................
Hex (hexadecimal)76................................................................................................................................................................
Bcd (binary-coded Decimal)77................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number (floating-point Data)78................................................................................................................................................................
Character String Data82................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Processing83................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Refresh (refresh Processing With Input/output Modules)84................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Processing In The Run,stop, Or Pause Status85................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Processing During Momentary Power Failure87................................................................................................................................................................
Data Clear Processing88................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Processing And Response Delay90................................................................................................................................................................
Refresh Mode91................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Mode94................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit Assignment97................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit Assignment Setting98................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Assignment100................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of I/o Number Assignment101................................................................................................................................................................
Setting I/o Numbers104................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Setting Example109................................................................................................................................................................
Checking I/o Numbers113................................................................................................................................................................
Memories Used For Cpu Module114................................................................................................................................................................
Program Memory118................................................................................................................................................................
Program Cache Memory121................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Rom124................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Ram125................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Card127................................................................................................................................................................
Writing To The Flash Card By Gx Developer131................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Program In The Memory Card (boot Operation)136................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Written Files140................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Valid Parameters (parameter-valid Drive Setting)141................................................................................................................................................................
Program File Structure143................................................................................................................................................................
File Operations By Gx Developer And Handling Precautions145................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Handling Files146................................................................................................................................................................
File Size147................................................................................................................................................................
Units Of File Sizes149................................................................................................................................................................
Function List152................................................................................................................................................................
Constant Scan155................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Function158................................................................................................................................................................
Output Mode At Operating Status Change (stop To Run)161................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Function164................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Operation168................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Pause171................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Reset173................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Latch Clear175................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Remote Operation And Run/stop Status Of The Cpu Module176................................................................................................................................................................
Q Series-compatible Module Input Response Time Selection (i/o Response Time)177................................................................................................................................................................
Error Time Output Mode Setting179................................................................................................................................................................
H/w Error Time Plc Operation Mode Setting180................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module Switch Setting181................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Function183................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Condition Setting184................................................................................................................................................................
Local Device Monitor/test190................................................................................................................................................................
External Input/output Forced On/off193................................................................................................................................................................
Executional Conditioned Device Test198................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Programs While Cpu Module Is In Run Status209................................................................................................................................................................
Online Change (files)212................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Online Change214................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Time Measurement220................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Program Monitor List223................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Time Measurement224................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Trace Function228................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Funct(ion From Multiple Gx Developers242................................................................................................................................................................
Write During Run Function From Multiple Gx Developers244................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostic Function248................................................................................................................................................................
Leds Indicating Errors255................................................................................................................................................................
Error History256................................................................................................................................................................
System Protection257................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Password259................................................................................................................................................................
System Display Of Cpu Module With Gx Developer264................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication267................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication Priority268................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt From Intelligent Function Module270................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communication Function271................................................................................................................................................................
Service Processing279................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Device Value286................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Life-prolonging Function290................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Check Function291................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Data Backup To Standard Rom Function292................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Device Data To/from Standard Rom297................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Module Change Function With Memory Card298................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Function To Memory Card300................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Data Restoration Function308................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Between Cpu Module And Intelligent Function Module312................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Setting And Auto Refresh Setting By Gx Configurator313................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Setting By Initial Device Value316................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Using The Intelligent Function Module Device317................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Using The Intelligent Function Module Dedicated Instruction319................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Parameters322................................................................................................................................................................
Network Parameters340................................................................................................................................................................
Device List346................................................................................................................................................................
Internal User Device348................................................................................................................................................................
Input (x)351................................................................................................................................................................
Output (y)353................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Relay (m)354................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Relay (l)355................................................................................................................................................................
Annunciator (f)356................................................................................................................................................................
Edge Relay (v)360................................................................................................................................................................
Link Relay (b)361................................................................................................................................................................
Link Special Relay (sb)363................................................................................................................................................................
Step Relay (s)364................................................................................................................................................................
Timer (t)365................................................................................................................................................................
Counter (c)372................................................................................................................................................................
Data Register (d)376................................................................................................................................................................
Link Register (w)377................................................................................................................................................................
Link Special Register (sw)379................................................................................................................................................................
Internal System Devices380................................................................................................................................................................
Special Relay (sm)383................................................................................................................................................................
Special Register (sd)384................................................................................................................................................................
Link Direct Device (j\)385................................................................................................................................................................
Module Access Devices388................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Transmission Area Device (u3en\g)390................................................................................................................................................................
Index Register (z)/standard Device Resister (z)391................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Device Register (z)393................................................................................................................................................................
Type Program394................................................................................................................................................................
File Register (r)398................................................................................................................................................................
File Register Data Storage Location399................................................................................................................................................................
Differences In Available Accesses By Storage Memory400................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Procedure For The File Register401................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Methods Of The File Register406................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Using The File Register407................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Data Register (d) And Extended Link Register (w)409................................................................................................................................................................
Nesting (n)415................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer (p)416................................................................................................................................................................
Local Pointer417................................................................................................................................................................
Common Pointer419................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Pointer(i)421................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Interrupt Pointer Numbers And Interrupt Factors422................................................................................................................................................................
Other Devices423................................................................................................................................................................
I/o No. Specification Device (u)424................................................................................................................................................................
Macro Instruction Argument Device (vd)425................................................................................................................................................................
Constants426................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number (e)427................................................................................................................................................................
Character String (" ")428................................................................................................................................................................
Convenient Usage Of Devices429................................................................................................................................................................
Local Device430................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Time440................................................................................................................................................................
Time Required For Each Processing Included In Scan Time441................................................................................................................................................................
Factors That Increase The Scan Time450................................................................................................................................................................
Items To Be Considered For Creating Programs457................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Check459................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Writing One Program461................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Writing Multiple Programs463................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Boot Operation466................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 List Of Parameter Numbers545................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Functions Added Or Changed By Version Upgrade550................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 Method Of Replacing Basic Model Qcpu Or High Performance Model Qcpu With Universal Model Qcpu552................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.1.2 Replacing High Performance Model Qcpu With Universal Model Qcpu556................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.2 Applicable Devices And Software563................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.3 Instructions567................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.3.3 Program Replacement Examples570................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.4 Functions584................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.4.2 Error Check Processing For Floating-point Data Comparison Instructions592................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.4.3 Device Latch Function596................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.4.4 File Usability Setting598................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3.5 Special Relay And Special Register608................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4 Device Point Assignment Sheet613................................................................................................................................................................
Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual

Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual (580 pages)

Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 8.82 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents12................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals18................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization21................................................................................................................................................................
Terms23................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1 Programming27................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Basic Procedure For Programming28................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Project29................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Program30................................................................................................................................................................
How To Create A Program31................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Program32................................................................................................................................................................
Writing To The Cpu Module33................................................................................................................................................................
Checking An Operation Of The Cpu Module34................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Project36................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Application Of Programming37................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter-valid Drive43................................................................................................................................................................
Files45................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit Assignment52................................................................................................................................................................
Base Unit Assignment Setting54................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Assignment55................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of I/o Number Assignment56................................................................................................................................................................
Setting I/o Numbers59................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Setting Example64................................................................................................................................................................
Checking I/o Numbers66................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Time Structure67................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Refresh (refresh Processing With Input/output Modules)68................................................................................................................................................................
Program Operation69................................................................................................................................................................
End Processing70................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Processing In The Run, Stop, Or Pause Status71................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Processing During Momentary Power Failure73................................................................................................................................................................
Data Clear Processing74................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Processing And Response Delay76................................................................................................................................................................
Refresh Mode77................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Mode80................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Program82................................................................................................................................................................
Settings When Program Is Divided88................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Execution Type Program92................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Execution Type Program94................................................................................................................................................................
Stand-by Type Program95................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed Scan Execution Type Program98................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Program Execution Type102................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Operation104................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Language107................................................................................................................................................................
Communications With Intelligent Function Modules108................................................................................................................................................................
Access To The Ans/a Series Special Function Modules110................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Functions112................................................................................................................................................................
Constant Scan118................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Function121................................................................................................................................................................
Output Mode At Operating Status Change (stop To Run)125................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Function127................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Operation131................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Pause134................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Reset136................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Latch Clear137................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Remote Operation And Run/stop Status Of The Cpu Module138................................................................................................................................................................
Q Series-compatible Module Input Response Time Selection (i/o Response Time)139................................................................................................................................................................
Error Time Output Mode Setting141................................................................................................................................................................
H/w Error Time Plc Operation Mode Setting142................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Function Module Switch Setting143................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Function145................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Condition Setting146................................................................................................................................................................
Local Device Monitor/test151................................................................................................................................................................
External Input/output Forced On/off154................................................................................................................................................................
Executional Conditioned Device Test159................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Programs While Cpu Module Is In Run Status168................................................................................................................................................................
Online Change (files)171................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Online Change173................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Time Measurement180................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Time Measurement181................................................................................................................................................................
Sampling Trace Function184................................................................................................................................................................
Debug From Multiple Programming Tools189................................................................................................................................................................
Simultaneous Monitoring From Multiple Programming Tools190................................................................................................................................................................
Online Change From Multiple Programming Tools192................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostic Function195................................................................................................................................................................
Leds Indicating Errors202................................................................................................................................................................
Error History205................................................................................................................................................................
Security Function206................................................................................................................................................................
File Password 32208................................................................................................................................................................
File Access Control By Security Key213................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Password218................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication221................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication Priority222................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Interrupt Function224................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Interrupt Program Execution Function225................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed I/o Refresh Function And High-speed Buffer Transfer Function226................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions228................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt From Intelligent Function Module231................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communication Function232................................................................................................................................................................
Service Processing240................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Device Value246................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Life-prolonging Function249................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Check Function250................................................................................................................................................................
Program Cache Memory Auto Recovery Function251................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Data Backup To Standard Rom253................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Device Data To/from Standard Rom258................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Module Change Function With Memory Card259................................................................................................................................................................
Data Backup For The Cpu Module Change Function262................................................................................................................................................................
Restoration For The Cpu Module Change Function271................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Module Data Backup/restoration Function275................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Function281................................................................................................................................................................
Restoration Function289................................................................................................................................................................
Module Model Name Read296................................................................................................................................................................
Module Error Collection297................................................................................................................................................................
Local Device Batch Read Function301................................................................................................................................................................
Send Points Extension Function (cc-link Ie Controller Network Module)303................................................................................................................................................................
Write-protect Function For Device Data (from Outside The Cpu Module)305................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method306................................................................................................................................................................
Target Devices307................................................................................................................................................................
Operations And Functions That Cannot Be Executed For Devices In Write-protected Range308................................................................................................................................................................
Operation History Function313................................................................................................................................................................
Operation History Save Function315................................................................................................................................................................
Operation History Display325................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Operation Codes327................................................................................................................................................................
Iq Sensor Solution Function332................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Devices334................................................................................................................................................................
Internal User Devices343................................................................................................................................................................
Input (x)346................................................................................................................................................................
Output (y)348................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Relay (m)349................................................................................................................................................................
Latch Relay (l)350................................................................................................................................................................
Annunciator (f)351................................................................................................................................................................
Edge Relay (v)355................................................................................................................................................................
Link Relay (b)356................................................................................................................................................................
Link Special Relay (sb)357................................................................................................................................................................
Step Relay (s)358................................................................................................................................................................
Counter (c)367................................................................................................................................................................
Data Register (d)371................................................................................................................................................................
Link Register (w)372................................................................................................................................................................
Link Special Register (sw)374................................................................................................................................................................
Internal System Devices375................................................................................................................................................................
Special Relay (sm)377................................................................................................................................................................
Link Direct Device378................................................................................................................................................................
Module Access Devices382................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Transmission Area Device384................................................................................................................................................................
Index Register (z)/standard Device Resister (z)385................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Device Register (z)387................................................................................................................................................................
4.6.3 Switching From The Scan Execution Type To The Interrupt/fixed Scan Execution Type Program388................................................................................................................................................................
File Register (r)390................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Location391................................................................................................................................................................
Differences In Available Accesses By Storage Memory393................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Methods Of The File Register397................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Data Register (d) And Extended Link Register (w)400................................................................................................................................................................
Nesting (n)405................................................................................................................................................................
Pointer (p)406................................................................................................................................................................
Local Pointer407................................................................................................................................................................
Common Pointer409................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Pointer(i)410................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Interrupt Pointer Numbers And Interrupt Factors411................................................................................................................................................................
Other Devices413................................................................................................................................................................
I/o No. Specification Device (u)414................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Constants415................................................................................................................................................................
Real Number (e)416................................................................................................................................................................
Character String (" ")417................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Convenient Usage Of Devices418................................................................................................................................................................
Local Device420................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices430................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.2.2 Plc System432................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.2.4 Plc Ras433................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.2.10 Multiple Cpu Setting450................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.2.11 Built-in Ethernet Port Setting452................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1.4 Remote Password462................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4.5 Character String Data497................................................................................................................................................................
Index570................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions574................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty577................................................................................................................................................................

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Programmable Controller Multiple CPU System  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Processor | Size: 7.75 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions4................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions7................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions12................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction14................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals18................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization21................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Terms And Abbreviations23................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Multiple Cpu System?26................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Multiple Cpu System30................................................................................................................................................................
Difference From Single Cpu System36................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration49................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using Basic Model Qcpu (q00cpu, Q01cpu)49................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu No.158................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using Universal Model Qcpu As Cpu No.172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Peripheral Devices86................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Device And Available Software90................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For System Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Position Of Cpu Module106................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is Basic Model Qcpu107................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is High Performance Model Qcpu Or Process Cpu111................................................................................................................................................................
When Cpu No.1 Is Universal Model Qcpu116................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu No. Of Cpu Module123................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of I/o Number Assignment125................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Assignment Of Each Module125................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Number Of Each Cpu Module127................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range Of Cpu Module And Other Modules128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range With Controlled Module128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range With Non-controlled Module128................................................................................................................................................................
Access Target Under Got Connection135................................................................................................................................................................
Access With Instruction Using Link Direct Device135................................................................................................................................................................
Access Range Of Gx Developer136................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Used By Cpu Module And Intelligent Function Module139................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Data Used By Intelligent Function Module140................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Multiple Cpu System141................................................................................................................................................................
Operation For Cpu Module Stop Error142................................................................................................................................................................
Host Cpu Number Of Multiple Cpu System145................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter4 Communications Between Cpu Modules147................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Between Cpu Modules Using Cpu Shared Memory149................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Shared Memory149................................................................................................................................................................
Communication By Auto Refresh Using Cpu Shared Memory154................................................................................................................................................................
Communication By Auto Refresh Using Multiple Cpu High Speed Transmission Area169................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Using Cpu Shared Memory By Program182................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Between Cpu Modules When The Error Occurs192................................................................................................................................................................
Communications With Instructions Dedicated To Motion Cpu193................................................................................................................................................................
Control Instruction From Qcpu To Motion Cpu193................................................................................................................................................................
Communication With Dedicated Instructions195................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Of Device Data From Qcpu To Motion Cpu195................................................................................................................................................................
Writing/reading Of Device Data From Qcpu To Qcpu198................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu Synchronous Interrupt199................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu Synchronized Boot-up201................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter5 Processing Time Of Qcpu In Multiple Cpu System 5-1 To203................................................................................................................................................................
Concept Of Scan Time203................................................................................................................................................................
Factors For Prolonged Scan Time205................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Processing Time212................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter6 Parameter Added For Multiple Cpu System213................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter List213................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Cpus Setting218................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode Setting220................................................................................................................................................................
Online Module Change Setting220................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Settings Outside Of The Group220................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Area Setting (refresh Setting)220................................................................................................................................................................
Control Cpu Settings221................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Cpu High Speed Transmission Area Setting221................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter7 Precautions For Using Ans/a Series-compatible Modules222................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For Use Of Ans/a Series Compatible Module222................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter8 Starting Up The Multiple Cpu System226................................................................................................................................................................
Flow-chart For Starting Up The Multiple Cpu System226................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Multiple Cpu System Parameters228................................................................................................................................................................
Process Cpu228................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting For The Universal Model Qcpu240................................................................................................................................................................
Reusing Preset Multiple Cpu Parameters248................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Program Examples Using Auto Refresh253................................................................................................................................................................
Program Examples For The Universal Model Qcpu259................................................................................................................................................................
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Mitsubishi Electric melsec q04ud(e)hcpu User Manual (220 pages)

QnUCPU Series (Communication via Built-in Ethernet Port)  
Brand: Mitsubishi Electric | Category: Controller | Size: 6.41 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions Of Use For The Product9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents12................................................................................................................................................................
Manuals15................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Page Organization17................................................................................................................................................................
Terms21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview22................................................................................................................................................................
Features22................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Communication Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Connection Of Programming Tools And Got26................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For The Cpu Module27................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For The Programming Tool29................................................................................................................................................................
Searching Cpu Modules On The Network31................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Via Routers32................................................................................................................................................................
Melsoft Connection Extended Setting33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Method36................................................................................................................................................................
Convert Format Between The Network Number/station Number And Ip Address/port Number41................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Communication Status46................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions47................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Direct Connection To Programming Tool50................................................................................................................................................................
(simple Connection)50................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Mc Protocol Communication53................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Command From An External Device To The Cpu Module53................................................................................................................................................................
Mc Protocol Commands56................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes, End Codes, And Abnormal Codes In Mc Protocol Communication64................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Command From The Cpu Module To An External Device67................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Slmp Frame (sp.slmpsnd)68................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Data Communications Using The Predefined Protocol77................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications78................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Items Of Predefined Protocol Support Function84................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Type84................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Elements Set For "packet Setting84................................................................................................................................................................
Predefined Protocol Function Instructions85................................................................................................................................................................
Executing The Predefined Protocol (sp.ecprtcl)85................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Conditions Of Predefined Protocol Function86................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Image And Data Structure Of The Predefined Protocol Function86................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Socket Communication Function88................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Using Tcp90................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Using Udp99................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions For The Socket Communication Function105................................................................................................................................................................
Socket Communication Function Instructions107................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Connection (sp.socopen)108................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting A Connection (sp.socclose)112................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Out Received Data In The End Processing (sp.socrcv)115................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Out Received Data During Instruction Execution (s.socrcvs)119................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Data (sp.socsnd)122................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Out Connection Information (sp.soccinf)126................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Target Of A Connection (udp/ip) (sp.soccset)129................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Receive Mode Of A Connection (sp.socrmode)131................................................................................................................................................................
Socket Communication Receive Data Read (s(p).socrdata)135................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Time Setting Function (sntp Client)138................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 File Transfer Function (ftp)141................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For Ftp Communication142................................................................................................................................................................
Files Transferable Using Ftp147................................................................................................................................................................
Files That Can Be Deleted Using Ftp149................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Commands151................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Ftp Commands151................................................................................................................................................................
How To Specify An Ftp Command153................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Ftp Commands154................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Remote Password165................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Using Remote Password166................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Password Setting167................................................................................................................................................................
Detection Of Unauthorized Access And Actions171................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Ip Address Change Function172................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Of The Built-in Ethernet Port173................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use The Function174................................................................................................................................................................
Write Operation174................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Operation177................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Ip Address180................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Ip Packet Transfer Function182................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Reading/writing Device Data Of Another Station Cpu By Ip Address Specification184................................................................................................................................................................
Instructions To Read/write Device Data Of Another Station Cpu By Ip Address184................................................................................................................................................................
Specification187................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Device Data (sp.read)187................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Device Data (sp.write)193................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices200................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 1 Operation Processing Time For Each Instruction200................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 2 Port Numbers Used By Built-in Ethernet Port Qcpu202................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 3 Added And Changed Functions203................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix 4 Specifications Comparison With Ethernet Module204................................................................................................................................................................
Index210................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Index212................................................................................................................................................................
Revisions214................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty217................................................................................................................................................................

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