Mitsubishi MOTION CONTROLLERS Q172DCPU Instruction manual

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
Motion Controllers
Programming Manual
Common
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
01 01 2008
B(NA)-0300134
Version A
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(Please read these instructions before using this equipment.)
Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual
carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly.
These precautions apply only to this product. Refer to the Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Users manual for a
description of the Motion controller safety precautions.
In this manual, the safety instructions are ranked as "DANGER" and "CAUTION".
DANGER
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous
conditions, resulting in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous
conditions, resulting in medium or slight personal injury or
physical damage.
CAUTION may also be linked to serious
Depending on circumstances, procedures indicated by
results.
In any case, it is important to follow the directions for usage.
Please save this manual to make it accessible when required and always forward it to the end user.
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For Safe Operations
1. Prevention of electric shocks
DANGER
Never open the front case or terminal covers while the power is ON or the unit is running, as this
may lead to electric shocks.
Never run the unit with the front case or terminal cover removed. The high voltage terminal and
charged sections will be exposed and may lead to electric shocks.
Never open the front case or terminal cover at times other than wiring work or periodic
inspections even if the power is OFF. The insides of the Motion controller and servo amplifier are
charged and may lead to electric shocks.
Completely turn off the externally supplied power used in the system before mounting or removing the
module, performing wiring work, or inspections. Failing to do so may lead to electric shocks.
When performing wiring work or inspections, turn the power OFF, wait at least ten minutes, and
then check the voltage with a tester, etc.. Failing to do so may lead to electric shocks.
Be sure to ground the Motion controller, servo amplifier and servomotor. (Ground resistance :
100 or less) Do not ground commonly with other devices.
The wiring work and inspections must be done by a qualified technician.
Wire the units after installing the Motion controller, servo amplifier and servomotor. Failing to do
so may lead to electric shocks or damage.
Never operate the switches with wet hands, as this may lead to electric shocks.
Do not damage, apply excessive stress, place heavy things on or sandwich the cables, as this
may lead to electric shocks.
Do not touch the Motion controller, servo amplifier or servomotor terminal blocks while the power
is ON, as this may lead to electric shocks.
Do not touch the built-in power supply, built-in grounding or signal wires of the Motion controller
and servo amplifier, as this may lead to electric shocks.
2. For fire prevention
CAUTION
Install the Motion controller, servo amplifier, servomotor and regenerative resistor on
incombustible. Installing them directly or close to combustibles will lead to fire.
If a fault occurs in the Motion controller or servo amplifier, shut the power OFF at the servo
amplifier’s power source. If a large current continues to flow, fire may occur.
When using a regenerative resistor, shut the power OFF with an error signal. The regenerative
resistor may abnormally overheat due to a fault in the regenerative transistor, etc., and may lead
to fire.
Always take heat measures such as flame proofing for the inside of the control panel where the
servo amplifier or regenerative resistor is installed and for the wires used. Failing to do so may
lead to fire.
Do not damage, apply excessive stress, place heavy things on or sandwich the cables, as this may
lead to fire.
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3. For injury prevention
CAUTION
Do not apply a voltage other than that specified in the instruction manual on any terminal.
Doing so may lead to destruction or damage.
Do not mistake the terminal connections, as this may lead to destruction or damage.
Do not mistake the polarity ( + / - ), as this may lead to destruction or damage.
Do not touch the heat radiating fins of controller or servo amplifier, regenerative resistor and
servomotor, etc., while the power is ON and for a short time after the power is turned OFF. In this
timing, these parts become very hot and may lead to burns.
Always turn the power OFF before touching the servomotor shaft or coupled machines, as these
parts may lead to injuries.
Do not go near the machine during test operations or during operations such as teaching.
Doing so may lead to injuries.
4. Various precautions
Strictly observe the following precautions.
Mistaken handling of the unit may lead to faults, injuries or electric shocks.
(1) System structure
CAUTION
Always install a leakage breaker on the Motion controller and servo amplifier power source.
If installation of an electromagnetic contactor for power shut off during an error, etc., is specified in
the instruction manual for the servo amplifier, etc., always install the electromagnetic contactor.
Install the emergency stop circuit externally so that the operation can be stopped immediately and
the power shut off.
Use the Motion controller, servo amplifier, servomotor and regenerative resistor with the correct
combinations listed in the instruction manual. Other combinations may lead to fire or faults.
Use the CPU module, base unit and motion module with the correct combinations listed in the
instruction manual. Other combinations may lead to faults.
If safety standards (ex., robot safety rules, etc.,) apply to the system using the Motion controller,
servo amplifier and servomotor, make sure that the safety standards are satisfied.
Construct a safety circuit externally of the Motion controller or servo amplifier if the abnormal
operation of the Motion controller or servo amplifier differ from the safety directive operation in the
system.
In systems where coasting of the servomotor will be a problem during the forced stop, emergency
stop, servo OFF or power supply OFF, use dynamic brakes.
Make sure that the system considers the coasting amount even when using dynamic brakes.
In systems where perpendicular shaft dropping may be a problem during the forced stop,
emergency stop, servo OFF or power supply OFF, use both dynamic brakes and electromagnetic
brakes.
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CAUTION
The dynamic brakes must be used only on errors that cause the forced stop, emergency stop, or
servo OFF. These brakes must not be used for normal braking.
The brakes (electromagnetic brakes) assembled into the servomotor are for holding applications,
and must not be used for normal braking.
The system must have a mechanical allowance so that the machine itself can stop even if the
stroke limits switch is passed through at the max. speed.
Use wires and cables that have a wire diameter, heat resistance and bending resistance
compatible with the system.
Use wires and cables within the length of the range described in the instruction manual.
The ratings and characteristics of the parts (other than Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor) used in a system must be compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor.
Install a cover on the shaft so that the rotary parts of the servomotor are not touched during
operation.
There may be some cases where holding by the electromagnetic brakes is not possible due to the
life or mechanical structure (when the ball screw and servomotor are connected with a timing belt,
etc.). Install a stopping device to ensure safety on the machine side.
(2) Parameter settings and programming
CAUTION
Set the parameter values to those that are compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier,
servomotor and regenerative resistor model and the system application. The protective functions
may not function if the settings are incorrect.
The regenerative resistor model and capacity parameters must be set to values that conform to
the operation mode, servo amplifier and servo power supply module. The protective functions
may not function if the settings are incorrect.
Set the mechanical brake output and dynamic brake output validity parameters to values that are
compatible with the system application. The protective functions may not function if the settings
are incorrect.
Set the stroke limit input validity parameter to a value that is compatible with the system
application. The protective functions may not function if the setting is incorrect.
Set the servomotor encoder type (increment, absolute position type, etc.) parameter to a value
that is compatible with the system application. The protective functions may not function if the
setting is incorrect.
Set the servomotor capacity and type (standard, low-inertia, flat, etc.) parameter to values that
are compatible with the system application. The protective functions may not function if the
settings are incorrect.
Set the servo amplifier capacity and type parameters to values that are compatible with the
system application. The protective functions may not function if the settings are incorrect.
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CAUTION
Use the program commands for the program with the conditions specified in the instruction
manual.
Set the sequence function program capacity setting, device capacity, latch validity range, I/O
assignment setting, and validity of continuous operation during error detection to values that are
compatible with the system application. The protective functions may not function if the settings
are incorrect.
Some devices used in the program have fixed applications, so use these with the conditions
specified in the instruction manual.
The input devices and data registers assigned to the link will hold the data previous to when
communication is terminated by an error, etc. Thus, an error correspondence interlock program
specified in the instruction manual must be used.
Use the interlock program specified in the intelligent function module's instruction manual for the
program corresponding to the intelligent function module.
(3) Transportation and installation
CAUTION
Transport the product with the correct method according to the mass.
Use the servomotor suspension bolts only for the transportation of the servomotor. Do not
transport the servomotor with machine installed on it.
Do not stack products past the limit.
When transporting the Motion controller or servo amplifier, never hold the connected wires or
cables.
When transporting the servomotor, never hold the cables, shaft or detector.
When transporting the Motion controller or servo amplifier, never hold the front case as it may fall
off.
When transporting, installing or removing the Motion controller or servo amplifier, never hold the
edges.
Install the unit according to the instruction manual in a place where the mass can be withstood.
Do not get on or place heavy objects on the product.
Always observe the installation direction.
Keep the designated clearance between the Motion controller or servo amplifier and control panel
inner surface or the Motion controller and servo amplifier, Motion controller or servo amplifier and
other devices.
Do not install or operate Motion controller, servo amplifiers or servomotors that are damaged or
that have missing parts.
Do not block the intake/outtake ports of the Motion controller, servo amplifier and servomotor with
cooling fan.
Do not allow conductive matter such as screw or cutting chips or combustible matter such as oil
enter the Motion controller, servo amplifier or servomotor.
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CAUTION
The Motion controller, servo amplifier and servomotor are precision machines, so do not drop or
apply strong impacts on them.
Securely fix the Motion controller, servo amplifier and servomotor to the machine according to
the instruction manual. If the fixing is insufficient, these may come off during operation.
Always install the servomotor with reduction gears in the designated direction. Failing to do so
may lead to oil leaks.
Store and use the unit in the following environmental conditions.
Environment
Ambient
temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage
temperature
Atmosphere
Altitude
Vibration
Conditions
Motion controller/Servo amplifier
According to each instruction manual.
According to each instruction manual.
According to each instruction manual.
Servomotor
0°C to +40°C (With no freezing)
(32°F to +104°F)
80% RH or less
(With no dew condensation)
-20°C to +65°C
(-4°F to +149°F)
Indoors (where not subject to direct sunlight).
No corrosive gases, flammable gases, oil mist or dust must exist
1000m (3280.84ft.) or less above sea level
According to each instruction manual
When coupling with the synchronous encoder or servomotor shaft end, do not apply impact such
as by hitting with a hammer. Doing so may lead to detector damage.
Do not apply a load larger than the tolerable load onto the synchronous encoder and servomotor
shaft. Doing so may lead to shaft breakage.
When not using the module for a long time, disconnect the power line from the Motion controller
or servo amplifier.
Place the Motion controller and servo amplifier in static electricity preventing vinyl bags and store.
When storing for a long time, please contact with our sales representative.
Also, execute a trial operation.
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(4) Wiring
CAUTION
Correctly and securely wire the wires. Reconfirm the connections for mistakes and the terminal
screws for tightness after wiring. Failing to do so may lead to run away of the servomotor.
After wiring, install the protective covers such as the terminal covers to the original positions.
Do not install a phase advancing capacitor, surge absorber or radio noise filter (option FR-BIF)
on the output side of the servo amplifier.
Correctly connect the output side (terminal U, V, W). Incorrect connections will lead the
servomotor to operate abnormally.
Do not connect a commercial power supply to the servomotor, as this may lead to trouble.
Do not mistake the direction of the surge absorbing diode
Servo amplifier
installed on the DC relay for the control signal output of brake
VIN
signals, etc. Incorrect installation may lead to signals not being
(24VDC)
output when trouble occurs or the protective functions not
functioning.
Control output
RA
signal
Do not connect or disconnect the connection cables between
each unit, the encoder cable or PLC expansion cable while the
power is ON.
Securely tighten the cable connector fixing screws and fixing mechanisms. Insufficient fixing may
lead to the cables combing off during operation.
Do not bundle the power line or cables.
(5) Trial operation and adjustment
CAUTION
Confirm and adjust the program and each parameter before operation. Unpredictable
movements may occur depending on the machine.
Extreme adjustments and changes may lead to unstable operation, so never make them.
When using the absolute position system function, on starting up, and when the Motion
controller or absolute value motor has been replaced, always perform a home position return.
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(6) Usage methods
CAUTION
Immediately turn OFF the power if smoke, abnormal sounds or odors are emitted from the Motion
controller, servo amplifier or servomotor.
Always execute a test operation before starting actual operations after the program or
parameters have been changed or after maintenance and inspection.
Do not attempt to disassemble and repair the units excluding a qualified technician whom our
company recognized.
Do not make any modifications to the unit.
Keep the effect or electromagnetic obstacles to a minimum by installing a noise filter or by using
wire shields, etc. Electromagnetic obstacles may affect the electronic devices used near the
Motion controller or servo amplifier.
When using the CE Mark-compliant equipment, refer to the "EMC Installation Guidelines" (data
number IB(NA)-67339) for the Motion controllers and refer to the corresponding EMC guideline
information for the servo amplifiers, inverters and other equipment.
Use the units with the following conditions.
Item
Conditions
Q61P-A1
100 to 120VAC
Q61P-A2
+10%
-15%
200 to 240VAC
Q61P
+10%
-15%
Q62P
100 to 240VAC
+10%
-15%
Q63P
24VDC
Q64P
+30%
-35%
100 to 120VAC
200 to 240VAC
Input power
(85 to 132VAC)
(170 to 264VAC)
(85 to 264VAC)
Input frequency
50/60Hz ±5%
Tolerable
momentary
power failure
20ms or less
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(15.6 to 31.2VDC)
+10%
-15%
+10%
-15%
(85 to 132VAC/
170 to 264VAC)
/
(7) Corrective actions for errors
CAUTION
If an error occurs in the self diagnosis of the Motion controller or servo amplifier, confirm the
check details according to the instruction manual, and restore the operation.
If a dangerous state is predicted in case of a power failure or product failure, use a servomotor
with electromagnetic brakes or install a brake mechanism externally.
Use a double circuit construction so that the electromagnetic brake operation circuit can be
operated by emergency stop signals set externally.
Shut off with the
emergency stop
signal(EMG).
Shut off with servo ON signal OFF,
alarm, electromagnetic brake signal.
Servomotor
RA1
EMG
Electromagnetic
brakes
24VDC
If an error occurs, remove the cause, secure the safety and then resume operation after alarm
release.
The unit may suddenly resume operation after a power failure is restored, so do not go near the
machine. (Design the machine so that personal safety can be ensured even if the machine
restarts suddenly.)
(8) Maintenance, inspection and part replacement
CAUTION
Perform the daily and periodic inspections according to the instruction manual.
Perform maintenance and inspection after backing up the program and parameters for the Motion
controller and servo amplifier.
Do not place fingers or hands in the clearance when opening or closing any opening.
Periodically replace consumable parts such as batteries according to the instruction manual.
Do not touch the lead sections such as ICs or the connector contacts.
Before touching the module, always touch grounded metal, etc. to discharge static electricity from
human body. Failure to do so may cause the module to fail or malfunction.
Do not directly touch the module's conductive parts and electronic components.
Touching them could cause an operation failure or give damage to the module.
Do not place the Motion controller or servo amplifier on metal that may cause a power leakage
or wood, plastic or vinyl that may cause static electricity buildup.
Do not perform a megger test (insulation resistance measurement) during inspection.
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CAUTION
When replacing the Motion controller or servo amplifier, always set the new module settings
correctly.
When the Motion controller or absolute value motor has been replaced, carry out a home position
return operation using one of the following methods, otherwise position displacement could occur.
1) After writing the servo data to the Motion controller using programming software, switch on the
power again, then perform a home position return operation.
2) Using the backup function of the programming software, load the data backed up before
replacement.
After maintenance and inspections are completed, confirm that the position detection of the
absolute position detector function is correct.
Do not drop or impact the battery installed to the module.
Doing so may damage the battery, causing battery liquid to leak in the battery. Do not use the
dropped or impacted battery, but dispose of it.
Do not short circuit, charge, overheat, incinerate or disassemble the batteries.
The electrolytic capacitor will generate gas during a fault, so do not place your face near the
Motion controller or servo amplifier.
The electrolytic capacitor and fan will deteriorate. Periodically replace these to prevent secondary
damage from faults. Replacements can be made by our sales representative.
(9) About processing of waste
When you discard Motion controller, servo amplifier, a battery (primary battery) and other option articles,
please follow the law of each country (area).
CAUTION
This product is not designed or manufactured to be used in equipment or systems in situations
that can affect or endanger human life.
When considering this product for operation in special applications such as machinery or systems
used in passenger transportation, medical, aerospace, atomic power, electric power, or
submarine repeating applications, please contact your nearest Mitsubishi sales representative.
Although this product was manufactured under conditions of strict quality control, you are strongly
advised to install safety devices to forestall serious accidents when it is used in facilities where a
breakdown in the product is likely to cause a serious accident.
(10) General cautions
CAUTION
All drawings provided in the instruction manual show the state with the covers and safety
partitions removed to explain detailed sections. When operating the product, always return the
covers and partitions to the designated positions, and operate according to the instruction manual.
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REVISIONS
The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
Jan., 2008
Manual Number
IB(NA)-0300134-A First edition
Revision
Japanese Manual Number IB(NA)-0300126
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent
licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property
rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
© 2008 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi Motion controller Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU.
Before using the equipment, please read this manual carefully to develop full familiarity with the functions
and performance of the Motion controller you have purchased, so as to ensure correct use.
CONTENTS
Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................................. A- 1
Revisions................................................................................................................................................. A-11
Contents .................................................................................................................................................. A-12
About Manuals ........................................................................................................................................ A-14
1. OVERVIEW
1- 1 to 1-20
1.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 1- 1
1.2 Features ............................................................................................................................................ 1- 3
1.2.1 Features of Motion CPU ................................................................................................................... 1- 3
1.2.2 Basic specifications of Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU ............................................................................. 1- 5
1.3 Hardware Configuration .................................................................................................................... 1- 8
1.3.1 Motion system configuration ............................................................................................................. 1- 8
1.3.2 Q173DCPU System overall configuration ........................................................................................ 1-10
1.3.3 Q172DCPU System overall configuration ........................................................................................ 1-12
1.3.4 Software packages............................................................................................................................ 1-14
1.3.5 Restrictions on motion systems........................................................................................................ 1-17
2. MULTIPLE CPU SYSTEM
2- 1 to 2-32
2.1 Multiple CPU System ........................................................................................................................ 2- 1
2.1.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................ 2- 1
2.1.2 Installation position of CPU module.................................................................................................. 2- 2
2.1.3 Precautions for using I/O modules and intelligent function modules............................................... 2- 3
2.1.4 Modules subject to installation restrictions ....................................................................................... 2- 4
2.1.5 How to reset the Multiple CPU system............................................................................................. 2- 5
2.1.6 Operation for CPU module stop error............................................................................................... 2- 6
2.2 Starting Up the Multiple CPU System ............................................................................................... 2- 9
2.2.1 Startup Flow of the Multiple CPU System ........................................................................................ 2- 9
2.3 Communication between the PLC CPU and the Motion CPU in the Multiple CPU System ............. 2-11
2.3.1 CPU shared Memory......................................................................................................................... 2-11
2.3.2 Multiple CPU high speed transmission............................................................................................. 2-14
2.3.3 Multiple CPU high speed refresh function........................................................................................ 2-25
2.3.4 Clock synchronization between Multiple CPU ................................................................................. 2-29
2.3.5 Multiple CPU synchronous startup ................................................................................................... 2-30
2.3.6 Control Instruction from PLC CPU to Motion CPU .......................................................................... 2-31
3. COMMON PARAMETERS
3- 1 to 3-22
3.1 System Settings ................................................................................................................................ 3- 1
3.1.1 System data settings......................................................................................................................... 3- 2
3.1.2 Common system parameters ........................................................................................................... 3- 4
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3.1.3 Individual parameters........................................................................................................................ 3-10
3.2 I/O number assignment..................................................................................................................... 3-15
3.2.1 I/O number assignment of each module .......................................................................................... 3-15
3.2.2 I/O number of each CPU modules ................................................................................................... 3-17
3.2.3 I/O number setting............................................................................................................................. 3-18
3.3 Servo Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 3-19
4. AUXILIARY AND APPLIED FUNCTIONS
4- 1 to 4-44
4.1 Limit Switch Output Function ............................................................................................................ 4- 1
4.1.1 Operations ......................................................................................................................................... 4- 1
4.1.2 Limit output setting data .................................................................................................................... 4- 4
4.2 Absolute Position System ................................................................................................................. 4- 8
4.2.1 Current value control......................................................................................................................... 4-10
4.3 High-Speed Reading of Specified Data ............................................................................................ 4-11
4.4 ROM Operation Function .................................................................................................................. 4-12
4.4.1 Specifications of 7-segment LED/Switches...................................................................................... 4-12
4.4.2 Outline of ROM operation ................................................................................................................. 4-14
4.4.3 Operating procedure of the ROM operation function....................................................................... 4-19
4.5 Security Function .............................................................................................................................. 4-21
4.5.1 Password registration/change .......................................................................................................... 4-21
4.5.2 Password delete................................................................................................................................ 4-23
4.5.3 Password check ................................................................................................................................ 4-24
4.5.4 Password save .................................................................................................................................. 4-25
4.6 All clear function................................................................................................................................ 4-26
4.7 Communication via Network ............................................................................................................. 4-27
4.7.1 Specifications of the communications via network........................................................................... 4-27
4.7.2 Access range of the communications via network ........................................................................... 4-28
4.8 Monitor Function of the Main Cycle .................................................................................................. 4-33
4.9 Servo Parameter Reading Function.................................................................................................. 4-34
4.10 Optional Data Monitor Function ...................................................................................................... 4-35
4.11 Connect/Disconnect Function ......................................................................................................... 4-36
4.12 Remote operation ........................................................................................................................... 4-41
4.12.1 Remote RUN/STOP........................................................................................................................ 4-41
4.12.2 Remote latch clear .......................................................................................................................... 4-43
APPENDICES
APP- 1 to APP-35
APPENDIX 1 Special relays/Special registers................................................................................... APP- 1
APPENDIX 1.1 Special relays ..............................................................................................................APP- 1
APPENDIX 1.2 Special registers .....................................................................................................APP- 5
APPENDIX 1.3 Replacement of special relays/special registers ........................................................APP-11
APPENDIX 2 System Setting Errors.................................................................................................. APP-13
APPENDIX 3 Self-diagnosis error code............................................................................................. APP-15
APPENDIX 4 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU ............ APP-26
APPENDIX 4.1 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU .........APP-26
APPENDIX 4.2 Comparison of devices................................................................................................APP-28
APPENDIX 4.3 Differences of each mode ...........................................................................................APP-35
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About Manuals
The following manuals are also related to this product.
In necessary, order them by quoting the details in the tables below.
Related Manuals
(1) Motion controller
Manual Number
(Model Code)
Manual Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller User's Manual
This manual explains specifications of the Motion CPU modules, Q172DLX Servo external signal interface
module, Q172DEX Synchronous encoder interface module, Q173DPX Manual pulse generator interface
module, Power supply modules, Servo amplifiers, SSCNET
cables, Synchronous encoder cables and
IB-0300133
(1XB927)
others.
(Optional)
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22) Programming Manual (Motion SFC)
This manual explains the functions, programming, debugging, error lists and others for Motion SFC.
IB-0300135
(1XB929)
(Optional)
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22) Programming Manual (REAL MODE)
This manual explains the servo parameters, positioning instructions, device lists, error lists and others.
IB-0300136
(1XB930)
(Optional)
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV22) Programming Manual (VIRTUAL MODE)
This manual explains the dedicated instructions to use the synchronous control by virtual main shaft,
mechanical system program create mechanical module, servo parameters, positioning instructions, device
lists, error lists and others.
(Optional)
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IB-0300137
(1XB931)
(2) PLC
Manual Number
(Model Code)
Manual Name
QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection)
This manual explains the specifications of the QCPU modules, power supply modules, base modules,
extension cables, memory card battery and others.
SH-080483ENG
(13JR73)
(Optional)
QCPU User's Manual (Function Explanation, Program Fundamentals)
This manual explains the functions, programming methods and devices and others to create programs
with the QCPU.
SH-080484ENG
(13JR74)
(Optional)
QCPU User's Manual (Multiple CPU System)
This manual explains the functions, programming methods and cautions and others to construct the
Multiple CPU system with the QCPU.
SH-080485ENG
(13JR75)
(Optional)
QCPU (Q Mode)/QnACPU Programming Manual (Common Instructions)
This manual explains how to use the sequence instructions, basic instructions, application instructions and
micro computer program.
SH-080039
(13JF58)
(Optional)
QCPU (Q Mode)/QnACPU Programming Manual (PID Control Instructions)
SH-080040
(13JF59)
This manual explains the dedicated instructions used to exercise PID control.
(Optional)
QCPU (Q Mode)/QnACPU Programming Manual (SFC)
This manual explains the system configuration, performance specifications, functions, programming,
debugging, error codes and others of MELSAP3.
SH-080041
(13JF60)
(Optional)
I/O Module Type Building Block User's Manual
SH-080042
(13JL99)
This manual explains the specifications of the I/O modules, connector, connector/terminal block
conversion modules and others.
(Optional)
(3) Servo amplifier
Manual Number
(Model Code)
Manual Name
MR-J3- B Servo amplifier Instruction Manual
This manual explains the I/O signals, parts names, parameters, start-up procedure and others for
MR-J3- B Servo amplifier.
SH-030051
(1CW202)
(Optional)
Fully Closed Loop Control MR-J3- B-RJ006 Servo amplifier Instruction Manual
This manual explains the I/O signals, parts names, parameters, start-up procedure and others for Fully
Closed Loop Control MR-J3- B-RJ006 Servo amplifier.
(Optional)
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SH-030056
(1CW304)
MEMO
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1 OVERVIEW
1. OVERVIEW
1
1.1 Overview
This programming manual describes the common items of each operating system
software, such as the Multiple CPU system of the operating system software packages
"SW8DNC-SV Q " for Motion CPU module (Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU).
In this manual, the following abbreviations are used.
Generic term/Abbreviation
Description
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU or
Motion CPU (module)
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion CPU module
Q172DLX/Q172DEX/Q173DPX or
Motion module
Q172DLX Servo external signals interface module/
(Note-1)
Q172DEX Serial Synchronous encoder interface module
/
Q173DPX Manual pulse generator interface module
MR-J3- B
Servo amplifier model MR-J3- B
AMP or Servo amplifier
General name for "Servo amplifier model MR-J3- B"
QCPU, PLC CPU or PLC CPU module QnUD(H)CPU
Multiple CPU system or Motion system Abbreviation for "Multiple PLC system of the Q series"
CPUn
Abbreviation for "CPU No.n (n= 1 to 4) of the CPU module for the Multiple CPU
system"
Self CPU
Motion CPU being programmed by the currently open MT Developer project
Programming software package
General name for MT Developer/GX Developer/MR Configurator
Operating system software
General name for "SW8DNC-SV Q "
SV13
Operating system software for conveyor assembly use (Motion SFC) :
SW8DNC -SV13Q
SV22
MT Developer
GX Developer
MR Configurator
Operating system software for automatic machinery use (Motion SFC) :
SW8DNC -SV22Q
Abbreviation for "Motion controller programming software
MT Developer2 (Version 1.00A or later)"
Abbreviation for "MELSEC PLC programming software package
GX Developer (Version 8.48A or later)"
Abbreviation for "Servo setup software package
MR Configurator (Version C0 or later)"
Manual pulse generator or MR-HDP01 Abbreviation for "Manual pulse generator (MR-HDP01)"
Serial absolute synchronous encoder
or Q170ENC
SSCNET
(Note-2)
Abbreviation for "Serial absolute synchronous encoder (Q170ENC)"
High speed synchronous network between Motion controller and servo
amplifier
Absolute position system
General name for "system using the servomotor and servo amplifier for
absolute position"
Battery holder unit
Battery holder unit (Q170DBATC)
External battery
General name for "Q170DBATC" and "Q6BAT"
Intelligent function module
Abbreviation for "MELSECNET/H module/Ethernet module/CC-Link module/
Serial communication module"
(Note-1) : Q172DEX can be used in SV22.
(Note-2) : SSCNET: Servo System Controller NETwork
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REMARK
For information about the each module, design method for program and parameter,
refer to the following manuals relevant to each module.
Item
Reference Manual
Motion CPU module/Motion unit
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU User’s Manual
PLC CPU, peripheral devices for PLC program design, I/O
modules and intelligent function module
Operation method for MT Developer
Help of each software
• Design method for Motion SFC program
• Design method for Motion SFC parameter
• Motion dedicated PLC instruction
SV13/SV22
Manual relevant to each module
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22)
Programming Manual (Motion SFC)
• Design method for positioning control
program in the real mode
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22)
• Design method for positioning control
Programming Manual (REAL MODE)
parameter
SV22
(Virtual mode)
• Design method for mechanical system
program
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV22)
Programming Manual (VIRTUAL MODE)
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1.2 Features
The Motion CPU and Multiple CPU system have the following features.
1.2.1 Features of Motion CPU
(1) Q series PLC Multiple CPU system
(a) Load distribution of processing can be performed by controlling the
complicated servo control with Motion CPU and the machine control or
information control with PLC CPU. Therefore, the flexible system
configuration can be realized.
(b) The Motion CPU and PLC CPU are selected flexibly, and the Multiple CPU
system up to 4 CPU modules can be realized.
The Motion CPU module for the number of axis to be used can be selected.
Q173DCPU
: Up to 32 axes
Q172DCPU
: Up to 8 axes
The PLC CPU module for the program capacity to be used can be selected.
(One or more PLC CPU is necessary with the Multiple CPU system.)
Q03UDCPU
: 30k steps
Q04UDHCPU
: 40k steps
Q06UDHCPU
: 60k steps
(c) The device data access of the Motion CPU and the Motion SFC program
start can be executed from PLC CPU by the Motion dedicated PLC
instruction.
(2) High speed operation processing
(a) The minimum operation cycle of the Motion CPU is made 0.44[ms], and it
correspond with high frequency operation.
(b) High speed PLC control is possible by the universal model QCPU.
(For LD instruction)
Q03UDCPU
: 20[ns]
Q04UDHCPU
: 9.5[ns]
Q06UDHCPU
: 9.5[ns]
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(3) Connection between the Motion controller and servo amplifier with
high speed synchronous network by SSCNET
(a) High speed synchronous network by SSCNET connect between the
Motion controller and servo amplifier, and batch control the charge of servo
parameter, servo monitor and test operation, etc.
It is also realised reduce the number of wires.
(b) The maximum distance between the Motion CPU and servo amplifier, servo
amplifier and servo amplifier of the SSCNET cable on the same bus was
set to 50(164.04)[m(ft.)], and the flexibility improved at the Motion system
design.
(4) The operating system software package for your application needs
By installing the operating system software for applications in the internal flash
memory of the Motion CPU, the Motion controller suitable for the machine can be
realized.
And, it also can correspond with the function improvement of the software
package.
(a) Conveyor assembly use (SV13)
Offer liner interpolation, circular interpolation, helical interpolation, constantspeed control, speed control, fixed-pitch feed and etc. by the dedicated
servo instruction. Ideal for use in conveyors and assembly machines.
(b) Automatic machinery use (SV22)
Provides synchronous control and offers electronic cam control by
mechanical support language. Ideal for use in automatic machinery.
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1.2.2 Basic specifications of Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
(1) Module specifications
Item
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
Internal current consumption (5VDC) [A]
1.25
1.14
Mass [kg]
0.33
0.33
Exterior dimensions [mm(inch)]
98 (3.85)(H)
27.4 (1.08)(W)
119.3 (4.69)(D)
(2) SV13/SV22 Motion control specifications/performance
specifications
(a) Motion control specifications
Item
Number of control axes
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
Up to 32 axes
Up to 8 axes
0.44ms/ 1 to 6 axes
SV13
0.44ms/ 1 to 6 axes
0.88ms/ 7 to 18 axes
0.88ms/ 7 to 8 axes
1.77ms/19 to 32 axes
Operation cycle
0.44ms/ 1 to 4 axes
(default)
SV22
0.88ms/ 5 to 12 axes
0.44ms/ 1 to 4 axes
1.77ms/13 to 28 axes
0.88ms/ 5 to 8 axes
3.55ms/29 to 32 axes
Interpolation functions
Linear interpolation (Up to 4 axes), Circular interpolation (2 axes),
Helical interpolation (3 axes)
PTP(Point to Point) control, Speed control, Speed-position control, Fixed-pitch feed,
Control modes
Constant speed control, Position follow-up control, Speed control with fixed position stop,
Speed switching control, High-speed oscillation control, Synchronous control (SV22)
Acceleration/
deceleration control
Compensation
Automatic trapezoidal acceleration/deceleration,
S-curve acceleration/deceleration
Backlash compensation, Electronic gear, Phase compensation (SV22)
Programming language
Motion SFC, Dedicated instruction, Mechanical support language (SV22)
Servo program capacity
14k steps
Number of positioning
points
Peripheral I/F
Home position return
function
3200 points
(Positioning data can be designated indirectly)
Via PLC CPU (USB/RS-232)
Proximity dog type (2 types), Count type (3 types), Data set type (2 types), Dog cradle type,
Stopper type (2 types), Limit switch combined type
(Home position return re-try function provided, home position shift function provided)
JOG operation function
Manual pulse generator
operation function
Synchronous encoder
operation function
M-code function
Limit switch output
function
Provided
Possible to connect 3 modules
Possible to connect 12 modules
Possible to connect 8 modules
M-code output function provided
M-code completion wait function provided
Number of output points 32 points
Watch data: Motion control data/Word device
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Motion control specifications (continued)
Item
Q173DCPU
Absolute position system
Number of SSCNET
systems
(Note-1)
Q172DCPU
Made compatible by setting battery to servo amplifier.
(Possible to select the absolute data method or incremental method for each axis)
2 systems
1 system
Q172DLX : 4 modules usable
Motion related interface
module
Q172DLX : 1 module usable
Q172DEX : 6 modules usable
Q173DPX : 4 modules usable
Q172DEX : 4 modules usable
(Note-2)
Q173DPX : 3 modules usable
(Note-2)
(Note-1) : The servo amplifiers for SSCNET cannot be used.
(Note-2) : When using the incremental synchronous encoder (SV22 use), you can use above number of modules.
When connecting the manual pulse generator, you can use only 1 module.
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(b) Motion SFC Performance Specifications
Item
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Code total
(Motion SFC chart + Operation control
Motion SFC program capacity + Transition)
543k bytes
Text total
(Operation control + Transition)
484k bytes
Number of Motion SFC programs
256 (No.0 to 255)
Motion SFC chart size/program
Motion SFC program
Up to 64k bytes (Included Motion SFC chart comments)
Number of Motion SFC steps/program
Number of selective branches/branch
Number of parallel branches/branch
Parallel branch nesting
Number of transition programs
4096 with F(Once execution type) and FS(Scan execution type)
combined. (F/FS0 to F/FS4095)
Up to approx. 64k bytes (32766 steps)
Number of blocks(line)/program
Up to 8192 blocks (in the case of 4 steps(min)/blocks)
Number of characters/block
Up to 128 (comment included)
Number of operand/block
Up to 64 (operand: constants, word device, bit devices)
( ) nesting/block
Up to 32 levels
Descriptive
expression Transition program
Calculation expression/bit conditional expression
Calculation expression/bit conditional expression/
comparison conditional expression
Number of multi execute programs
Up to 256
Number of multi active steps
Up to 256 steps/all programs
Normal task
Execute in main cycle of Motion CPU
Event task Fixed cycle
(Execution
Executed
External
can be
task
interrupt
masked.)
PLC interrupt
Execute in fixed cycle
(0.88ms, 1.77ms, 3.55ms, 7.11ms, 14.2ms)
Execute when input ON is set among interrupt module QI60
(16 points).
Execute with interrupt instruction (D(P).GINT) from PLC CPU.
Execute when input ON is set among interrupt module QI60
(16 points).
NMI task
Number of devices
(Device In the Motion CPU
only)
(Included the positioning
dedicated device)
255
4096(G0 to G4095)
Code size/program
Operation control program
Execute specification
255
Up to 4 levels
Number of operation control programs
Operation control program
(F/FS)
/
Transition program
(G)
Up to 4094 steps
Internal relays
(M)
8192 points
Link relays
(B)
8192 points
Annunciators
(F)
2048 points
Special relays
(SM)
2256 points
Data registers
(D)
8192 points
Link registers
(W)
8192 points
Special registers
(SD)
2256 points
Motion registers
(#)
Coasting timers
(FT)
8736 points
1 point (888µs)
Multiple CPU area devices
(U \G)
Up to 14336 points usable
(Note)
(Note): Usable number of points changes according to the system settings.
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1.3 Hardware Configuration
This section describes the Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU system configuration, precautions
on use of system, and configured equipments.
1.3.1 Motion system configuration
This section describes the equipment configuration, configuration with peripheral
devices and system configuration in the Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU system.
(1) Equipment configuration in Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU system
Extension of the Q series module
(Note-2)
Power supply module/
QnUD(H)CPU/ I/O module/
Intelligent function module
of the Q series
Motion module
(Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX)
Motion module
(Q172DLX, Q173DPX)
Main base unit
(Q38DB, Q312DB)
Extension cable
(QC B)
Q6 B extension base unit
(Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B)
Motion CPU module
(Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU)
Forced stop input cable
(Q170DEMICBL M)
Power supply module/
I/O module/Intelligent function
module of the Q series
(Note-1)
Battery holder unit
(Q170DBATC)
(Note-1)
MITSUBISHI
LITHIUM BATTERY
Battery
(Q6BAT)
SSCNET cable
(MR-J3BUS M(-A/-B))
Servo amplifier
(MR-J3- B)
It is possible to select the best according to the system.
(Note-1) : Be sure to install the Battery (Q6BAT) to the Battery holder unit (Q170DBATC).
It is packed together with Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU.
(Note-2) : Q172DEX cannot be used in the extension base unit.
Mount it to the main base unit.
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(2) Peripheral device configuration for the Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
The following (a)(b) can be used.
(a) USB configuration
(b) RS-232 configuration
PLC CPU module
(QnUD(H)CPU)
PLC CPU module
(QnUD(H)CPU)
USB cable
RS-232 communication cable
(QC30R2)
MIT SUBISHI
MIT SUBISHI
Personal computer
Personal computer
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1.3.2 Q173DCPU System overall configuration
PLC CPU/
Motion CPU
Main base unit
(Q3 DB)
Q61P
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
QI60
QX
QY
Manual pulse
generator
interface module
Servo external
signals
interface module
Synchronous
encoder
interface module
Motion CPU control module
Q6 AD Q172D Q172D Q173D
LX
EX
PX
Q6 DA
I/O module/
Intelligent function module
100/200VAC
P
Manual pulse generator 3/module
(MR-HDP01) (Up to 1 module)
Serial absolute synchronous encoder cable
(Q170ENCCBL M)
USB/RS-232
E
Serial absolute synchronous encoder
(Q170ENC) (Up to 6 modules)
Personal Computer
IBM PC/AT
External input signals
FLS
RLS
STOP
DOG/CHANGE
Battery holder unit
Q170DBATC
Number of Inputs
: Upper stroke limit
: Lower stroke limit
: Stop signal
: Proximity dog/
Speed-position switching
Analogue input/output
Input/output (Up to 256 points)
Interrupt signals (16 points)
Forced stop input cable
(Q170DEMICBL M)
Extension cable
(QC B)
Power supply
module
Extension base unit
(Q6 B)
EMI forced stop input (24VDC)
SSCNET cable
(MR-J3BUS M(-A/-B))
SSCNET
SSCNET
(CN1)
d1
d16
d1
(CN2)
d16
UP to 7 extensions
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M
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MR-J3- B model Servo amplifier,
Up to 32 axes (Up to 16 axes/system)
External input signals of servo amplifier
Proximity dog
Upper stroke limit
Lower stroke limit
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2/module
8 axes/module
(Up to 4 modules)
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CAUTION
Construct a safety circuit externally of the Motion controller or servo amplifier if the abnormal
operation of the Motion controller or servo amplifier differ from the safety directive operation in
the system.
The ratings and characteristics of the parts (other than Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor) used in a system must be compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor.
Set the parameter values to those that are compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier,
servomotor and regenerative resistor model and the system application. The protective functions
may not function if the settings are incorrect.
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1.3.3 Q172DCPU System overall configuration
PLC CPU/
Motion CPU
Main base unit
(Q3 DB)
Q61P
QnUD(H) Q172D
CPU
CPU
QI60
Manual pulse
generator
interface module
Servo external
signals
interface module
Synchronous
encoder
interface module
Motion CPU control module
Q6 AD Q172D Q172D Q173D
LX
EX
PX
QX
QY
Q6 DA
I/O module /
Intelligent function module
100/200VAC
P
Manual pulse generator 3/module
(MR-HDP01) (Up to 1 module)
Serial absolute synchronous encoder cable
(Q170ENCCBL M)
USB/RS-232
E
Serial absolute synchronous encoder
(Q170ENC)(Up to 6 modules)
Personal Computer
IBM PC/AT
External input signals
: Upper stroke limit
FLS
RLS
: Lower stroke limit
: Stop signal
STOP
DOG/CHANGE : Proximity dog/
Speed-position switching
Battery holder unit
Q170DBATC
Analogue input/output
Input/output (Up to 256 points)
Interrupt signals (16 points)
Forced stop input cable
(Q170DEMICBL M)
Extension cable
(QC B)
Power supply
module
Extension base unit
(Q6 B)
UP to 7 extensions
EMI forced stop input (24VDC)
SSCNET cable
(MR-J3BUS M(-A/-B))
SSCNET
M
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d3
d2
d1
(CN1)
M
E
M
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d8
M
E
MR-J3- B model Servo amplifier,
Up to 8 axes
External input signals of servo amplifier
Proximity dog
Upper stroke limit
Lower stroke limit
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2/module
Number of Inputs
8 axes/module
(Up to 4 modules)
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CAUTION
Construct a safety circuit externally of the Motion controller or servo amplifier if the abnormal
operation of the Motion controller or servo amplifier differ from the safety directive operation in
the system.
The ratings and characteristics of the parts (other than Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor) used in a system must be compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier and
servomotor.
Set the parameter values to those that are compatible with the Motion controller, servo amplifier,
servomotor and regenerative resistor model and the system application. The protective functions
may not function if the settings are incorrect.
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1.3.4 Software packages
(1) Software packages
(a) Operating system software
Software package
Application
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
For conveyor assembly SV13
SW8DNC-SV13QB
SW8DNC-SV13QD
For automatic machinery SV22
SW8DNC-SV22QA
SW8DNC-SV22QC
(b) Motion controller programming software
Part name
Model name
Details
Conveyor Assembly Software
Automatic Machinery Software
Cam Data Creation Software
MT Developer2
SW1DNC-MTW2-E
Digital Oscilloscope Software
(1 CD-ROM disk)
Communication System Software
Document Print Software
Operation Manual (Help)
Installation manual (PDF)
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English version only.
(2) Operating environment of personal computer
Operating environment is shown below.
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version operates normally.
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Operating environment
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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Microsoft Windows Vista Business
Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate
OS
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2 or later)
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2 or later)
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (Service Pack 4 or later)
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Desktop PC: Recommended Intel Celeron Processor 2.8GHz or more
CPU
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Laptop PC: Recommended Intel Pentium Processor M 1.7GHz or more
Memory capacity
Recommended 512MB or more
Video card
Card compatible with Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or later
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Available hard disk
Installation: HD 1GB or more
capacity
Operation: Virtual memory 50MB or more
Disk drive
CD-ROM disk drive
Display
Resolution 1024×768 pixels or higher
(Note-1) : Microsoft, Windows and DirectX are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
(Note-2) : Intel, Celeron and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
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(3) Operating system type/version
(a) Confirmation method in the operating system (CD)
1)
2)
3)
1) OS software type
2) OS software version
3) Serial number
Example) When using Q173DCPU, SV22 and version 00A.
1) SW8DNC-SV22QA
2) 00A
(b) Confirmation method in MT Debeloper
The operating system(OS) type/version of connected CPU is displayed on
the installation screen of MT Developer.
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(OS software)
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A or B : Q173DCPU
C or D : Q172DCPU
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OS version
3: Motion SFC compatibility
. : Motion SFC not compatibility
(4) Relevant software packages
(a) PLC software package
Model name
Software package
GX Developer
SW8D5C-GPPW-E
(b) Servo set up software package
Model name
Software package
MR Configurator
MRZJW3-SETUP221E
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POINTS
(1) When the operation of Windows is not unclear in the operation of this software,
refer to the manual of Windows or guide-book from the other supplier.
(2) The following functions cannot be used when the computer is running under
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This product may not perform properly, when these functions are used.
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• Activating the application with Windows compatibility mode
• Fast user switching
• Remote desktop
• Large size
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• Large fonts
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1.3.5 Restrictions on motion systems
(1) Combination of Multiple CPU system
(a) Motion CPU module cannot be used as standalone module.
Be sure to install the universal model PLC CPU module (Q03UDCPU/
Q04UDHCPU/Q06UDHCPU) to CPU No.1.
For Universal model PLC CPU module, "Multiple CPU high speed
taransmission function" must be set in the Multiple CPU settings.
(b) Only Multiple CPU high speed main base unit (Q38DB/Q312DB) can be
used.
(c) The combination of Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU(-T)/
Q172HCPU(-T)/Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T) cannot be used.
(d) Up to four modules of PLC CPU modules (Q03UDCPU/Q04UDHCPU/
Q06UDHCPU/Motion CPU modules can be installed from the CPU slot (the
slot on the right side of power supply module) to slot 2 of the main base unit.
CPU modules called as CPU No.1 to CPU No.4 from the left sequentially.
There is no restriction on the installation order of CPU No.2 to No.4.
For CPU module except CPU No.1, an empty slot can be reserved for
addition of CPU module. An empty slot can be set between CPU modules.
However, the mounting condition when combining with the High
performance PLC CPU module/Process CPU module/PC CPU module/C
controller module is different depending on the specification of CPU
modules, refer to the Manuals of each CPU modules.
(e) It takes about 10 seconds to startup (state that can be controlled) of Motion
CPU. Make a Multiple CPU synchronous startup setting suitable for the
system.
(f) Execute the automatic refresh of the Motion CPU modules and PLC CPU
modules (Q03UDCPU/Q04UDHCPU/Q06UDHCPU) by using the automatic
refresh of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting.
When the High performance PLC CPU module/Process CPU module/PC
CPU module/C controller module is mounted in the combination of Multiple
CPU system, the Motion CPU module cannot be execute the automatic
refresh with these modules.
(g) Use the Motion dedicated PLC instructions that starts by "D(P).". The Motion
dedicated PLC instructions that starts by "S(P)." cannot be used. When the
High performance PLC CPU module/Process CPU module/PC CPU
module/C controller module is mounted in the combination of Multiple CPU
system, the Motion dedicated PLC instruction from these modules cannot be
executed.
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(2) Motion modules
(Note-1)
(a) Installation position of Q172DEX
is only the main base unit.
It cannot be used on the extension base unit.
(b) Q172DLX/Q173DPX can be installed on any of the main base unit/
extension base unit.
(Note-1)
(c) Q172DLX/Q172DEX
/Q173DPX cannot be installed in CPU slot and I/O
slot 0 to 2 of the main base unit. Wrong installation might damage the main
base unit.
(d) Q172EX(-S1/-S2/-S3)/Q172LX/Q173PX(-S1) for Q173HCPU(-T)/
Q172HCPU(-T)/Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T)/Q173CPU/Q172CPU
cannot be used.
(e) Be sure to use the Motion CPU as the control CPU of Motion modules
(Note-1)
, Q173DPX, etc.) for Motion CPU. They will not
(Q172DLX, Q172DEX
operate correctly if PLC CPU is set and installed as the control CPU by
mistake. Motion CPU is treated as a 32-point intelligent module by PLC
CPU of other CPU.
(Note-1) : Q172DEX can be used in SV22. It cannot be used in SV13.
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(3) Other restrictions
(a) Motion CPU module cannot be set as the control CPU of intelligent function
module (except some modules) or Graphic Operation Terminal(GOT).
(b) Be sure to use the external battery.
(c) There are following methods to execute the forced stop input.
• Use a EMI terminal of Motion CPU module
• Use a device set in the forced stop input setting of system setting
(d) Forced stop input for EMI terminal of Motion CPU module cannot be
invalidated by the parameter.
When the device set in the forced stop input setting is used without use of
EMI terminal of Motion CPU module, apply 24VDC voltage on EMI terminal
and invalidate the forced stop input of EMI terminal.
(e) Be sure to use the cable for forced stop input (sold separately). The forced
stop cannot be released without using it.
(f) When the operation cycle is 0.4[ms], set the system setting as the axis select
switch of servo amplifier "0 to 7".
If the axis select switch of servo amplifier "8 to F" is set, the servo amplifiers
are not recognized.
(g) It is impossible to mount the main base unit by DIN rail when using the
Motion CPU module.
Doing so could result in vibration that may cause erroneous operation.
(h) The module name displayed by "System monitor" - "Product information list"
of GX Developer is different depending on the function version of Motion
modules (Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX).
(Note): Even if the function version "C" is displayed, it does not correspond
to the online module change.
Model display
Module name
Function version "B"
Function version "C"
Q172DLX
Q172LX
Q172DLX
Q172DEX
MOTION-UNIT
Q172DEX
Q173DPX
MOTION-UNIT
Q173DPX
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MEMO
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2. MULTIPLE CPU SYSTEM
2.1 Multiple CPU System
2.1.1 Overview
(1) What is Multiple CPU system ?
A Multiple CPU system is a system in which more than one PLC CPU module
and Motion CPU module (up to 4 modules) are mounted on several main base
unit in order to control the I/O modules and intelligent function modules.
Each Motion CPU controls the servo amplifiers connected by SSCNET cable.
(2) System configuration based on load distribution
(a) By distributing such tasks as servo control, machine control and information
control among multiple processors, the flexible system configuration can be
realized.
(b) You can increase the number of control axes by using a multiple Motion
CPU modules.
It is possible to control up to 96 axes by using the three CPU modules
(Q173DCPU).
(c) By distributing the high-load processing performed on a single PLC CPU
over several CPU modules, it is possible to reduce the overall system PLC
scan time.
(3) Communication between CPUs in the Multiple CPU system
(a) Since device data of other CPUs can be automatically read by the automatic
refresh function, the self CPU can also use them as those of self CPU.
(Note): When the High performance PLC CPU module/Process CPU
module/PC CPU module/C controller module is mounted in the
combination of Multiple CPU system, the Motion dedicated PLC
instruction from these modules cannot be executed.
(b) Motion dedicated PLC instructions can be used to access device data from
the PLC CPU to Motion CPU and start Motion SFC program.
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2.1.2 Installation position of CPU module
Up to four PLC CPUs and Motion CPUs can be installed from the CPU slot (the right
side slot of the power supply module) to slots 2 of the main base unit.
The Motion CPU module cannot be installed in the CPU slot.
The PLC CPU module must be installed in the CPU slot (CPU No.1) in the Multiple
CPU system.
There is no restriction on the installation order for CPU modules (CPU No.2 to 4).
(Note): Refer to the manual for each CPU module when the High performance PLC
CPU module, Process CPU module, PC CPU module and C controller module
is mounted in the combination of Multiple CPU.
Table 2.1 Example for CPU module installation
Number of
CPUs
Installation position of CPU module
CPU
0
1
2
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D
supply
CPU
CPU
2
——
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
CPU
0
1
2
CPU
0
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D
supply
CPU
CPU
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D QnUD(H)
supply
CPU
CPU
CPU
——
1
2
Q17 D
CPU
3
——
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
0
1
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D QnUD(H)
CPU
supply
CPU
CPU
CPU
No.4
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.2
0
2
CPU
CPU
empty
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D
supply
CPU
CPU
CPU
No.4
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
1
2
CPU
Q17 D QnUD(H)
CPU
CPU
1
2
Power QnUD(H) Q17 D
supply
CPU
CPU
0
Q17 D
CPU
Q17 D
CPU
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
4
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
CPU
CPU
No.2
0
1
2
: Slot number
An empty slot can be reserved for future addition of a CPU module.
Set the number of CPU modules including empty slots in the Multiple CPU setting, and
set the type of the slots to be emptied to "PLC (Empty)" in the CPU setting.
(Example 1)
CPU
Power QnUD(H)
supply
CPU
CPU
No.1
(Example 2)
0
1
CPU
empty
Q17 D
CPU
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
2
CPU
Power QnUD(H)
supply
CPU
CPU
No.4
CPU
No.1
(Example 3)
0
1
2
CPU
empty
Q17 D
CPU
CPU
empty
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
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CPU
Power QnUD(H)
supply
CPU
CPU
No.1
0
1
2
CPU
empty
CPU
empty
Q17 D
CPU
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
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2.1.3 Precautions for using I/O modules and intelligent function modules
(1) Modules controllable by the Motion CPU
Modules controllable by the Motion CPU are shown below.
• Motion modules (Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX)
• I/O modules (QX , QY , QH , QX Y )
• Analogue modules (Q6 AD , Q6 AD- , Q6 DA , Q6 DA- )
• Interrupt module (QI60)
(2) Compatibility with the Multiple CPU system
The intelligent function modules of function version "B" or later support the
Multiple CPU system. Be sure to use the PLC CPU as a control CPU because of
the intelligent function modules cannot be controlled by the Motion CPU.
(3) Access range from non-controlled CPU
(a) The Motion CPU can access only the modules controlled by the self CPU. It
cannot access the modules controlled by other CPUs.
(b) Access range from non-controlled PLC CPU for the modules controlled by
the Motion CPU are shown below.
Table 2.2 Access range to non-controlled module
I/O setting outside of the group
(Set by PLC CPU)
Access target
Disabled (Not checked)
Enabled (Checked)
Input (X)
Output (Y)
Buffer
memory
Read
Write
: Accessible
: Inaccessible
REMARK
• The function version of an intelligent function module can be checked on the rated
plate of the intelligent function module or in the GX Developer's system monitor
product information list.
• Refer to the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU User's Manual" for the model name which
can be controlled by the Motion CPU.
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2.1.4 Modules subject to installation restrictions
(1) Modules subject to install restrictions for the Motion CPU are sown below. Use
within the restrictions listed below.
Description
Model name
Servo external signals
Maximum installable modules per CPU
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
4 modules
1 module
6 modules
4 modules
Q172DLX
interface module
Serial absolute synchronous
Q172DEX
(Note-2)
interface module
4 modules
Manual pulse generator
Q173DPX
3 modules
(Note-2)
(Incremental serial encoder use)
(Incremental serial encoder use)
1 module
1 module
(Note-1)
interface module
(Note-2)
(Manual pulse generator only use) (Manual pulse generator only use)
Input module
QX
Output module
QY
Input/output
QH
composite module
QX Y
Analogue input module
Q6 AD
Total 256 points
Q6 ADAnalogue output module
Q6 DA
Q6 DA-
Interrupt module
QI60
1 module
(Note-1) : When the Manual pulse generator and the serial encoder are used at the same time with the SV22, the
Q173DPX installed in the slot of the smallest number is used for manual pulse generator input.
(Note-2) : SV22 only.
(2) A total of eight base units including one main base unit and seven extension base
units can be used. However, the usable slots (number of modules) are limited to
64 per system including empty slots. If a module is installed in slot 65 or
subsequent slot, an error (SP. UNIT LAY ERROR) will occur. Make sure all
modules are installed in slots 1 to 64. (Even when the total number of slots
provided by the main base unit and extension base units exceeds 65 (such as
when six 12-slot base units are used), an error does not occur as long as the
modules are installed within slots 1 to 64.)
POINT
(1) Q172DLX/Q172DEX/Q173DPX cannot be installed in CPU slot and I/O slot 0
to 2 of the main base unit. Wrong installation might damage the main base
unit.
(2) Q172DEX can be installed in the main base unit only. It cannot be used in the
extension base unit.
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2.1.5 How to reset the Multiple CPU system
The entire Multiple CPU system can be reset by resetting CPU No.1.
The CPU modules of No.2 to No.4, I/O modules and intelligent function modules will be
reset when PLC CPU No.1 is reset.
If a stop error occurs in any of the CPUs on the Multiple CPU system, either reset CPU
No.1 or restart the Multiple CPU system (power supply ON OFF ON) for
recovery.
(Recovery is not allowed by resetting the error-stopped CPU modules other than CPU
No.1.)
POINT
(1) It is not possible to reset the CPU modules of No.2 to No.4 individually in the
Multiple CPU system.
If an attempt to reset any of those PLC CPU modules during operation of the
Multiple CPU system, a "MULTI CPU DOWN (error code: 7000)" error will
occur for the other CPUs, and the entire Multiple CPU system will be halted.
However, depending on the timing in which any of PLC CPU modules other
than No.1 has been reset, an error other than the "MULTI CPU DOWN" may
halt the other PLC CPUs/Motion CPUs.
(2) A "MULTI CPU DOWN (error code: 7000)" error will occur regardless of the
operation mode(All stop by stop error of CPU "n"/continue) set at the "Multiple
CPU setting" screen when any of PLC CPU modules of No.2 to No.4 is reset.
(Refer to Section 2.1.6.)
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2.1.6 Operation for CPU module stop error
The entire system will behaves differently depending whether a stop error occurs in
CPU No.1 or any of CPU No.2 to No.4 in the Multiple CPU system.
(1) When a stop error occurs at CPU No.1
(a) A "MULTI CPU DOWN (error code: 7000)" error occurs at the other CPUs
and the Multiple CPU system will be halted when a stop error occurs at the
(Note-1)
PLC CPU No.1.
(b) The following procedure to restore the system is shown below.
1) Confirm the error cause with the PLC diagnostics on GX Developer.
2) Remove the error cause.
3) Either reset the PLC CPU No.1 or restart the power to the Multiple CPU
system (power ON OFF ON).
All CPUs on the entire Multiple CPU system will be reset and the system will
be restored when PLC CPU No. 1 is reset or the Multiple CPU system is
reapplied.
(2) When a stop error occurs at CPU other than No.1
Whether the entire system is halted or not is determined by the Multiple CPU
setting's "Operating Mode" setting when a stop error occurs in a PLC CPU
module/Motion CPU module other than CPU No.1.
The default is set for all CPUs to be stopped with a stop error.
When you do not want to stop all CPUs at occurrence of a stop error in a PLC
CPU module/Motion CPU module, remove the check mark that corresponds to
the CPU No. so that its error will not stop all CPUs. (See arrow A.)
A
(a) When a stop error occurs in the CPU module for which "All station stop by
stop error of CPU 'n' " has been set, a "MULTI CPU DOWN (error code:
7000)" error occurs for the other PLC CPU module/Motion CPU modules
(Note-1)
and the Multiple CPU system will be halted.
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(b) When a stop error occurs in the CPU module for which " All station stop by
stop error of CPU 'n' " has not been set, a "MULTI EXE. ERROR (error
code: 7010)" error occurs in all other CPUs but operations will continue.
POINT
(Note-1) : When a stop error occurs, a "MULTI CPU DOWN (error code : 7000)"
stop error will occur at the CPU on which the error was detected.
Depending on the timing of error detection, a "MULTI CPU DOWN" error
may be detected in a CPU of "MULTI CPU DOWN" status, not the first
CPU on which a stop error occurs.
Because of this, CPU No. different from the one of initial error CPU may
be stored in the error data's common information category.
To restore the system, remove the error cause on the CPU that is
stopped by an error other than "MULTI CPU DOWN".
In the screen below, the cause of the CPU No.2 error that did not cause
the "MULTI CPU DOWN" error is to be removed.
(c) Observe the following procedures to restore the system.
1) Confirm the error-detected CPU No. and error cause with the PLC
diagnostics on GX Developer.
2) If the error code occurred in Motion CPU 10000 to 10999, confirm the
error cause with Motion CPU error batch monitor of MT Developer.
3) Remove the error cause.
4) Either reset the PLC CPU No.1 or restart the power to the Multiple CPU
system (power ON OFF ON).
All CPUs on the entire Multiple CPU system will be reset and the system will
be restored when PLC CPU No.1 is reset or the power to the Multiple CPU
system is reapplied.
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(3) Operation at a Motion CPU error
Operations at a Motion CPU error are shown below.
Category
Type of error
System setting error
Operation
Operation
Does not operate from the
beginning (does not run).
WDT error
Varies depending on the error.
Self-diagnosis error
Stops at a CPU DOWN error.
disable errors
Remark
• All actual output PY points turn OFF.
No effect on other CPUs.
• All actual output PY points turn OFF.
Other CPUs may also stop depending on
the parameter setting.
Operation corresponding to
Other CPU DOWN error
STOP (M2000 OFF). Depends on
the "Operation mode upon CPU
• All actual output PY points turn OFF.
stop error" setting.
Self-diagnosis error
Operation
continuous
enable errors
Operation continues when the
continuous error occurred.
Motion SFC error
Minor error
Processing stops for each
Major error
program or axis instead of the
Servo error
Motion CPU stopping all the
Servo program setting
processing.
• Only the applicable program stops (the
program may continue depending on the
type of error).
• Actual output PY retains output.
• No effect on other CPUs.
error
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2.2 Starting Up the Multiple CPU System
This section describes a standard procedure to start up the Multiple CPU system.
2.2.1 Startup Flow of the Multiple CPU System
START
Definition of functions with Multiple CPU
system
Control and function executed in each
CPU module are defined.
Application and assignment of device
Refer to Section 2.3
When automatic refresh of the CPU
shared memory is performed, the
number of refresh points is continuously
obtained.
Selection of module
Select the module to achieve the
function with the Multiple CPU system.
Refer to the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU User's
Manual"
PLC CPU
Motion CPU
Installation of module
Install the selected module on the main
base unit and extension base unit.
Start-up of GX Developer
Refer to the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU User's
Manual"
Refer to the GX Developer Manual.
Start-up GX Developer
(Ver. 8.48A or later).
Creation of parameters, etc.
Create the parameter such as Multiple
CPU setting and control CPU setting,
and the PLC program.
PLC CPU
Connection of PC to the PLC CPU
module of CPU No. 1
Connect the PC that started
GX Developer to the PLC CPU module
of CPU No. 1 with the RS-232 cable/
USB cable.
Multiple CPU system power ON
Turn ON the power of Multiple CPU
system in the following state of PLC
CPU module of CPU No.1.
RUN/STOP/RESET switch : STOP
Write of parameter and program
PLC CPU
Write parameter and PLC program in
the PLC CPU of CPU No. 1.
For PLC CPU other than CPU No. 1,
select the applicable PLC CPU by
specifying the connection.
1)
2-9
Create the parameters for CPU No. 1 to 4 and
PLC programs.
Refer to the "QCPU User's Manual" (Function
Explanation/Program Fundamentals)".
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1)
Start-up of MT Developer
Refer to the help for operation of MT Developer.
Start-up MT Developer.
Creation of system settings and
program, etc.
Motion CPU
Create the system settings, servo data
and Motion SFC program.
Refer to Section 3.1 for system settings.
Refer to the Programming Manual of each
operating system software for details of program.
Write to the Motion CPU
Write the system settings, servo data
and Motion SFC program.
Switch setting for all CPUs
PLC CPU
Motion CPU
Set RUN/STOP/RESET switch of PLC
CPU modules and RUN/STOP switch of
Motion CPU modules in CPU No.1 to 4
to RUN.
Reset PLC CPU module of CPU No.1
Set RUN/STOP/RESET switch of PLC
CPU module in CPU No.1 to RESET
to reset the entire system.
PLC CPU
Status check in all CPU modules
Check if all CPUs of the Multiple CPU
system are RUN status/error by
resetting the CPU module of CPU No. 1.
Check and correction of errors
PLC CPU
Motion CPU
An error is checked with the PC
diagnosis function of GX Developer and
Motion CPU error batch monitor of
MT Developer for correction.
Debug of each CPU module
Multiple CPU system is debugged for
each PLC CPU/Motion CPU.
Actual operation
Check in the automatic operation.
END
(Note) : Installation of the operating system software is required to the Motion CPU module before start of
the Multiple CPU system.
Refer to Chapter 5 of the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU User's Manual" for installation of the Motion
CPU operating system software.
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2.3 Communication between the PLC CPU and the Motion CPU in the Multiple CPU System
2.3.1 CPU shared Memory
(1) Structure of CPU shared memory
The CPU shared memory is memory provided for each CPU module by which
data is written or read between CPU modules of a Multiple CPU system.
The CPU shared memory consists of four areas.
• Self CPU operation information area
• System area
• User setting area
• Multiple CPU high speed transmission area
The CPU shared memory configuration and the availability of the communication
from the self CPU using the CPU shared memory by program are shown below.
Self CPU
Write
Read
CPU shared memory
(0H)
0
to
to
(1FFH)
511
(200H)
512
to
to
(7FFH) 2047
(800H) 2048
to
(FFFH)
(1000H)
to
(270FH)
(2710H)
to
to
4095
4096
to
9999
10000
to
up to
(5F0FH) 24335
Self CPU operation
information area
Other CPU
Write
Read
(Note-2)
(Note-2)
(Note-2)
System area
User setting area
(Note-1)
(Note-2)
(Note-2)
(Note-3)
(Note-3)
(Note-3)
Unusable
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
(Variable size in 0 to
14k[points]: 1k words in unit)
Multiple CPU
high speed
bus
: Communication allowed
: Communication not allowed
REMARK
(Note-1) : Use the MULTW instruction to write to the user setting area of the self
CPU in the Motion CPU.
Use the S. TO instruction to write to the user setting area of the self CPU
in the PLC CPU.
(Note-2) : Use the MULTR instruction to read the shared memory of self CPU and
other CPU in the Motion CPU.
Use the FROM instruction/Multiple CPU area device (U \G ) to read the
shared memory of the Motion CPU from the PLC CPU.
(Note-3) : Refer to Section 2.3.2(1) for the access method of Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
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(a) Self CPU operation information area (0H to 1FFH)
1) The following information of self CPU is stored as the Multiple CPU
system
Table 2.3 Table of self CPU operation information areas
CPU shared
memory
address
0H
1H
2H
3H
4H
5H
6H to 10H
11H to 1BH
Name
Description
Detail
(Note)
The area to confirm if information is stored in the self CPU's
operation information area (1H to 1FH) or not.
Information availability
• 0: Information not stored in the self CPU's operation information
Information availability
area.
flag
• 1: Information stored in the self CPU's operation information
area.
An error No. identified during diagnosis is stored in BIN.
Diagnostic error
Diagnostic error number
The year and month that the error number was stored in the CPU
shared memory's 1H address is stored with two digits of the BCD
code.
The date and time that the error number was stored in the CPU
Time the diagnostic error Time the diagnostic error
shared memory's 1H address is stored with two digits of the BCD
occurred
occurred
code.
The minutes and seconds that the error number was stored in the
CPU shared memory's 1H address is stored with two digits of the
BCD code.
Stores an identification code to determine what error information
Error information
Error information
has been stored in the common error information and individual
identification code
identification code
error information.
The common information corresponding to the error number
Common error information Common error information
identified during diagnosis is stored.
Individual error
information
1CH
Empty
1DH
Switch status
1EH
Empty
1FH
CPU operation status
Individual error
information
—
CPU switch status
—
CPU operation status
The individual information corresponding to the error number
identified during diagnostic is stored.
Cannot be used
Corresponding
special register
—
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5 to SD15
SD16 to SD26
—
Stores the CPU module switch status.
Cannot be used
SD200
—
Stores the CPU module's operation status.
SD203
(Note) : Refer to the corresponding special register for details.
2) The self CPU operation information area is refreshed every time the
applicable register has been changed in the main cycle.
3) Other PLC CPU can use FROM instruction to read data from the self
CPU operation information area.
However, because there is a delay in data updating, use the read data
for monitoring purposes only.
(b) System area
The area used by the operating systems (OS) of the PLC CPU/Motion CPU.
(c) User setting area
The area for communication between CPU modules in the Multiple CPU
system by MULTR/MULTW instruction of Motion CPU.
(PLC CPU use FROM/S.TO instruction or Multiple CPU area devices to
communicate between CPU modules.)
Refer to the Programming Manual of operating system software for
MULTR/MULTW instruction.
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(d) Multiple CPU high speed transmission area
The area corresponding to the Multiple CPU high speed main base unit
(Q3 DB) and Multiple CPU high speed transmission that uses the drive
system controllers including QnUD(H)CPU and Motion CPU.
The image chart of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area is shown
below.
Refer to Section 2.3.2(1) for access to the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area of self CPU and other CPU.
CPU No.2
CPU No.3
CPU No.4
CPU No.1
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Transmission)
CPU No.1
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.1
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.1
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.2
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.2
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Transmission)
CPU No.2
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.2
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.3
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.3
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.3
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Transmission)
CPU No.3
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.4
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.4
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.4
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Reception)
CPU No.4
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
(Transmission)
CPU No.1
(Note-2)
U3E0\G10000
to
U3E0\G
(Note-1)
U3E1\G10000
to
U3E1\G
(Note-1)
U3E2\G10000
to
U3E2\G
(Note-2)
(Note-1)
U3E3\G10000
to
U3E3\G
(Note-2)
(Note-2)
(Note-1)
(Note-1) : The final device is "10000+(A 1024-B-1)".
A : Data transmission size of each CPU (1k words in unit)
B : Size used in the automatic refresh of each CPU.
Refer to Section "2.3.2 Multiple CPU high speed transmission"
for the size setting of A and B.
(Note-2) : Transmission area to write/read in the self CPU.
Reception area from the other CPU can be read only.
It is updated every 0.88ms.
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2.3.2 Multiple CPU high speed transmission
(1) Multiple CPU high speed transmission
Multiple CPU high speed transmission is a function for fixed cycle data
transmission between Multiple CPUs (Multiple CPU high speed transmission
cycle is 0.88ms.).
Secure data transmission is possible without effecting the PLC CPU scan time or
Motion CPU main cycle because the data transmission and execution of PLC
program and Motion SFC program can be executed with parallel processing.
High speed response between multiple CPUs is realized by synchronizing the
Multiple CPU high speed transmission cycle with Motion CPU operation cycle.
The following methods of data transmission exist between Multiple CPUs for
Multiple CPU high speed transmission.
• Multiple CPU area device method
Directly set the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area by Multiple CPU
area device (U \G ) in the program.
• Automatic refresh method
Refresh the internal devices of each CPU by automatic refresh via "Multiple
CPU high speed transmission area".
(a) Multiple CPU area device method
CPU No.1 (PLC CPU)
CPU No.2 (Motion CPU)
CPU shared memory
(User setting area (Note-1))
PLC program
SM400
U3E0\
MOV W0 G10000
U3E0\
G10010.1
1)
U3E0\G10000
2)
U3E0\
G10110.5
END
4)
U3E0\G10100
CPU No.1
transmitting
data
5)
Motion SFC program
G0
U3E0\G10010.1
G1
U3E0\G10110.5
F0
W0=U3E0\G10010
F1
W1=U3E0\G10110
U3E0\G10010
CPU No.1
transmitting
data
U3E0\
MOV W1 G10100
3)
U3E0\G10000
U3E0\G10010
SM400
CPU shared memory
(User setting area (Note-1))
U3E0\G10100
6)
U3E0\G10110
U3E0\G10110
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission in 0.88ms cycle
1), 4) : Write data in the user setting area (Note-1) by the instruction that uses the Multiple CPU area device.
3), 6) : Read data from the user setting area (Note-1) by the instruction that uses the Multiple CPU area device.
2), 5) : Transmit the contents of user setting area (Note-1) to the other CPU with by Multiple CPU high speed transmission in 0.88ms cycle.
Note-1: The area composed in the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area.
(Refer to Section "(3) Memory configuration of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area".)
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1) Access to Multiple CPU high speed transmission area
a) Description of Multiple CPU area device
Word device : U
\G
CPU shared memory address (decimal) (10000 to up to 24335)
First I/O number of CPU module
CPU No.1 CPU No.2 CPU No.3 CPU No.4
CPU No.
3E1(H)
3E2(H)
3E3(H)
First I/O number 3E0(H)
Bit device
:U
\G
.
Bit specification (0 to F : Hexadecimal)
CPU shared memory address (decimal) (10000 to up to 24335)
First I/O number CPU module
CPU No.1 CPU No.2 CPU No.3 CPU No.4
CPU No.
3E1(H)
3E2(H)
3E3(H)
First I/O number 3E0(H)
(Example)
• Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory address of CPU No. 2:
10002
U3E1\G10002
• Bit 14 of CPU No. 3 Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory
address 10200
U3E2\G10200.E
b) Example of access in the program
<Motion SFC program>
• Store K12345678 to the Multiple CPU high speed transmission
memory 10200,10201 of self CPU (CPU No.2).
U3E1\G10200L = K12345678
• Turn on bit 12 of the Multiple CPU high speed transmission
memory 10301 of self CPU (CPU No.3)
SET U3E2\G10301.C
<Servo program>
• Program which executes the positioning for Axis 1 to position set
in the Multiple CPU high speed transmission memory 10400,
10401 of CPU No.1 at the speed set in the 10402, 10403 of CPU
No.1, and uses bit 1 of CPU No.1 Multiple CPU high speed
transmission memory 10404 of CPU No.1 as a cancel signal.
ABS-1
Axis
Speed
Cancel
1,
U3E0\G10400
U3E0\G10402
U3E0\G10404.1
POINT
This method can be used to access only the Multiple CPU high speed transmission
area of CPU shared memory. It cannot be used to access the CPU shared memory
(0 to 4095).
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(b) Example of using automatic refresh method
CPU No.2 (Motion CPU)
CPU No.1 (PLC CPU)
PLC program
Device memory
SM400
CPU shared memory
CPU shared memory
(Automatic refresh area (Note-1))
(Automatic refresh area (Note-1))
Device memory
INC D0
Y0
1)
D0
Refresh at the
timing of END
processing
SM400
CPU No.1
transmitting
data
3)
2)
CPU No.1
transmitting
data
INC D1
D2000
Refresh at the
timing of Motion
CPU main cycle
Y0
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission in 0.88ms cycle
END
Parameter
Parameter
CPU No.1 to CPU No.2
Transmit D0
CPU No.1 to CPU No.2
Receive D2000
1) Transmit the content of D0 to the automatic refresh area (Note-1) at the time of END processing by parameter setting.
2) Transmit the content of automatic refresh area (Note-1) to the other CPU by Multiple CPU high speed transmission at 0.88ms cycle.
3) Read the content of automatic refresh area (Note-1) at the time of Motion CPU main cycle and transmit it to D2000 by parameter setting.
. Note-1: The area composed in the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area.
(Refer to Section "(3) Memory configuration of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area".)
(2) System configuration
Multiple CPU high speed transmission can be used only between CPU modules
for the Multiple CPU high speed transmission installed in the Multiple CPU high
speed main base unit (Q3 DB).
The system configuration specification is shown in Table 2.4.
Table 2.4 System configuration to use Multiple CPU high speed
transmission
Object
Base unit
Restrictions
Multiple CPU high speed main base unit (Q3 DB) is used.
QnUD(H)CPU is used for CPU No. 1.
CPU module
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and QnUD(H)CPU are used for CPU No. 2 to
CPU No. 4
"MULTI EXE. ERROR (error code: 7011) will occur if the power supply of Multiple
CPU system is turned on without matching the system configuration shown in
Table 2.4.
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(3) Memory configuration of Multiple CPU high speed transmission
area
Memory configuration of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area is shown
below.
1)
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
[Variable in 0 to
14k[points] (Note-1)]
2)
3)
4)
5)
CPU No.1 send area
CPU No.2 send area
6)
7)
User setting area
Automatic refresh area
CPU No.3 send area
CPU No.4 send area
(Note-1): Multiple CPU high speed transmission area;
14k[points]: Maximum value when constituted with two CPUs
13k[points]: Maximum value when constituted with three CPUs
12k[points]: Maximum value when constituted with four CPUs
Table 2.5 Description of area
No.
Name
Description
Size
Setting range
Setting unit
0 to 14k
1k
0 to 14k
1k
0 to 14k
2
0 to 14k
2
• Area for data transmission between each CPU module
1)
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
in the Multiple CPU system.
• The area up to 14k [points] is divided between each
CPU module that constitutes the Multiple CPU system.
• Area to store the send data of the each CPU module.
2)
3)
4)
CPU No. n send area
(n=1 to 4)
5)
• Sends the data stored in the send area of self CPU to
the other CPUs.
• Other CPU send area stores the data received from
the other CPUs.
• Area for data communication with other CPUs using
the Multiple CPU area device.
6)
User setting area
• Can be accessed by the user program using the
Multiple CPU area device.
• Refer to Section 2.3.2 (1) for details of this area.
• Area for communicating device data with other CPUs
7)
Automatic refresh
area
by the communication using the automatic refresh.
• Access by user program is disabled.
• Refer to Section "(4)(b) Automatic refresh setting" for
details of this area.
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(4) Parameter setting
The parameter setting list for use with the Multiple CPU high speed transmission
is shown in Table 2.6.
Table 2.6 Multiple CPU high speed transmission parameter list
Name
Description
Multiple CPU high
Set the size of the Multiple CPU high speed
speed transmission
transmission area allocated in each CPU module
area setting
which composes the Multiple CPU system.
Automatic refresh
setting
Set the range to execute the data transmission by
Target CPU
All CPUs
the automatic refresh function among the user area
in the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area.
(a) Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting
Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting screen and setting range
are shown below.
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Table 2.7 Parameter setting items of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting
Item
CPU
Setting description
Setting/display value
CPU No. corresponding to displayed parameters. CPU No.1 to No.4
Set the number of points of data that each CPU
module sends.
Default value assigned to each CPU is shown
below.
CPU specific
send range
Number of
CPUs
Default value of CPU specific
send range [points]
CPU
No.1
CPU
No.2
CPU
No.3
CPU
No.4
2
7k
7k
—
—
3
7k
3k
3k
—
4
3k
3k
3k
3k
Range: 0 to 14k [points]
Unit: 1k [point]
(Points: Word in units)
Restriction
Consistency
check
—
—
• Set the total of all CPUs to be
the following points or lower.
When constituted with two
CPUs: 14k [points]
When constituted with three
CPUs: 13k [points]
When constituted with four
CPUs: 12k [points]
Provided
Automatic
refresh
Number of points used in the automatic refresh
function is displayed.
Number of points that is set by the "automatic
refresh setting" is displayed.
Range: 0 to 14336 [points] Do not exceed the CPU
Unit: 2 [points]
specific send range [points].
—
User setting
area
Area size specified directly by program is
displayed.
The value where the "number of points set in the
automatic refresh" is subtracted from the "CPU
specific send range setting" is displayed.
Range: 0 to 14336 [points]
Unit: 2 [points]
—
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POINT
Selecting "Advanced setting" enables the ability to change the number of points
from 1k to 2k in the system area used for Motion dedicated PLC instructions.
Changing the number of points in the system area to 2k increases the number of
Motion dedicated PLC instructions that can be executed concurrently in a scan.
The screen where "Advanced setting" is selected is shown below.
Refer to the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22) Programming
Manual (Motion SFC) " for the Motion dedicated PLC instruction.
Item
Setting description
Setting/display value
(Points: Word in units)
Restriction
Data size
consistency
check
• Set the total of all CPUs to
be the following points or
lower.
CPU specific Set the number of points of data
send range
that each CPU module sends.
Range: 0 to 14k [points]
Unit: 1k [points]
When constituted with two
CPUs: 14k [points]
Provided
When constituted with
three CPUs: 13k [points]
When constituted with four
CPUs: 12k [points]
Set the number of points for a
system area to be assigned for
System area each CPU module.
(Default value of system area
size is 1k [point].)
Total
Range: 1k/2k [points]
Display the total of number of
points of the self CPU send area
Range: 1 to 16k [points]
and the system area that are
Unit: 1k [points]
assigned to the each CPU
module.
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—
Set the total of all CPUs to
16.0k points or lower.
Provided
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(b) Automatic refresh setting
Setting for use of the automatic refresh function in the Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
Up to 32 setting ranges can be set for each CPU module.
Automatic refresh setting screen and setting range are shown below.
Table 2.8 Parameter setting items of automatic refresh setting
Item
Setting description
Setting range
CPU
selection
Select the CPU module for editing of the
CPU specific send range setting.
CPU No.1 to No.4
Setting No.
The setting No. for transmission of each
CPU module is displayed. Automatic
refresh is executed between devices set to
the same setting No. for all CPUs that
constitute the Multiple CPU system.
1 to 32
Restriction
Data size
consistency
check
• CPU No. which exceeds the
number of CPU modules cannot
be selected.
—
—
—
• Setting which exceeds the
number of points of the self CPU
send area allocated to the each
CPU module (CPU specific send
range) cannot be set.
• Bit device can be specified in
units of 32 points (2 words) only.
Provided
Points
Set the number of points for data
communication.
Range: 2 to 14336 [points]
Unit: 2 [points]
Start
Specifies the device which performs the
data communication (automatic refresh).
Specifies the device sent by the self CPU
when the "Send source CPU selection" is
the self CPU, and specifies the device
received by the self CPU when the CPU
specific send range setting is the other
CPU.
Usable device ( X, Y, M, B,
• Bit device can be specified in
D, W, #, SM, SD)
units of 16 points (1 word) only.
Note) Set "blank" when
• Device number cannot be
automatic refresh is
duplicated.
not executed.
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POINT
The processing performance of automatic refresh improves when devices are
transmitted in 2 word sets. Therefore, it is recommended to set the start device as 2
word unit by inputting an even device number.
1) Operation example of automatic refresh
a) Parameter setting
The example of setting automatic refresh is shown below.
• CPU No.1 (PLC CPU) (GX Developer)
Set the device transmitted to CPU No.2.
• CPU No.2 (Motion CPU) (MT Developer)
Set the device received from CPU No.1.
Set the device received from CPU No.2.
Set the device transmitted to CPU No.1.
(Note) : The operation example of automatic refresh is shown on the next page.
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POINT
Set the following operation for automatic refresh setting using GX Developer.
1) Select tab "Multiple CPU high speed communication area setting".
2) Set "Use Multiple CPU high speed communication ".
1)
2)
b) Operation example
The example of operating automatic refresh is shown below.
PLC CPU (CPU No.1)
Motion CPU (CPU No.2)
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
CPU No.1
transmitting data
M2399
M2400
Automatic
refresh area
M3039
M3040
M3199
EN
g
sin
es
oc
pr
M3839
M3840
D0
pro
END
sing
ces
M2399
M2400
Axis status
Automatic
refresh area
CPU No.2
transmitting data
Transfer
in 0.88ms
cycle
M0
CPU No.1
receiving data
U3E1\G10000
CPU No.2
receiving data
Automatic
refresh area
Data register
Transfer
in 0.88ms
cycle
U3E1\G10000
D
EN
M3200
g
sin
es
roc
p
D
Internal relay
U3E0\G10000
M3039
Ma
in
c
M3040
ycl
e
M3199
M3200
cy
cle
U3E0\G10000
M0
M3839
M
ai
n
Internal relay
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
Axis command
signal
M3840
Automatic
refresh area
M8191
Main
Data register
cycle
D0
Axis monitor
device
D639
D639
D640
D640 Control change
register
D703
D704
D8191
(c) Data size consistency check
Whether the Multiple CPU setting parameters are the same for all CPUs or
not is automatically checked. A "PARAMETER ERROR (error code: 3012,
3015) " will occur if they do not match.
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(5) Precautions
(a) Assurance of data sent between CPUs
Due to the timing of data sent from the self CPU and automatic refresh in
any of the other CPUs, old data and new data may become mixed (data
separation).
The following shows the methods for avoiding data separation at
communications by automatic refresh.
1) Data consistency for 32 bit data
Transfer data with automatic refresh method is in units of 32 bits. Since
automatic refresh is set in units of 32 bits, 32-bit data does not separate.
• For word data
2 words data can be prevented from separating by using an even
number to set the first number of each device in automatic refresh
setting.
2) Data consistency for data exceeding 32 bits
In automatic refresh method, data is read in descending order of the
setting number in automatic refresh setting parameter.
Transfer data separation can be avoided by using a transfer number
lower than the transfer data as an interlock device.
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2.3.3 Multiple CPU high speed refresh function
This function is used to update the data between internal devices of Motion CPU and
the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area. This occurs every operation cycle as
defined in the device setting of automatic refresh in the self CPU.
Classification
Item
Setting No.
Display
CPU
Description
Setting/display value
Setting No. which executes high speed
refresh is displayed.
CPU No. set in the automatic refresh setting
is automatically displayed by setting devices.
Self CPU : Refresh from the internal device
of Motion CPU to Multiple CPU
high speed transmission area.
Other CPU : Refresh form the Multiple CPU
high speed transmission area to
internal device of Motion CPU.
1 to 128
(Up to 128)
Restriction
CPU No. 1 to No.4
• The start device number must be a
multiple of 16 for the bit device.
• Do not set a device not setting also
set in the automatic refresh.
Device
Set the device No. of Motion CPU to execute Usable device : D, W, #, • No. of "start device + number of
points" cannot exceed setting
setting
the high speed refreshes.
SD, M, X, Y, B, SM
range of each setting No. in
User setting
automatic refresh setting.
• Do not overlap the device No.
between setting No..
Set the number of points to refresh data of
Range: 2 to 256 [points] • Sets the total of all CPUs to 256
Points
each data in word unit.
(Note-1)
Unit: 2 points
points or lower.
(Note) Refresh is not executed when not set.
Refresh cycle Operation cycle (fixed)
—
—
(Note-1) : Point in word unit.
(1) Application example of Multiple CPU high speed refresh function
Multiple CPU high speed refresh function is used as in the following applications.
1) Read the data such as the real current value and synchronous encoder
current value with PLC CPU at high speed.
2) Exchange the FIN waiting signal at high speed.
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(2) Operation example of Multiple CPU high speed refresh function
(a) Parameter setting
The automatic refresh setting of Multiple CPU high speed refresh is shown
below.
• CPU No.1 (PLC CPU) (GX Developer)
Set the device transmitted to CPU No.2.
• CPU No.2 (Motion CPU) (MT Developer)
Set the device received from CPU No.1.
Set the device received from CPU No.2.
Set the device transmitted to CPU No.1.
Set the device to executed the Multiple CPU high speed refresh.
(Note) : The operating example of Multiple CPU high speed refresh function is shown
in "(b) Operation example".
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POINT
Set the following operation for automatic refresh setting using GX Developer.
1) Select tab "Multiple CPU high speed communication area setting".
2) Set "Use Multiple CPU high speed communication ".
1)
2)
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(b) Operation example
The example of operating Multiple CPU high speed refresh function is
shown below.
PLC CPU (CPU No.1)
Motion CPU (CPU No.2)
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
Internal relay
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area
U3E0\G10000
M0
M2400
Automatic
refresh area
M
U3E1\G10000
U3E1\G10000
es
oc
pr
CPU No.2
transmitting data
CPU No.2
receiving data
sin
M2496
cy
cle
ain
Axis
status
M3039
M3040
cy
cle
M3199
M3200
M3295
M3296
Axis command
signal
M3839
g
M3839
M2495
le
D
EN
Op
er
at
ion
g
sin
D
EN
M3200
es
oc
pr
Automatic
refresh area
Op
e
cy ratio
cle n
cy
c
M3199
M2399
M2400
ain
M3040
Transfer
in 0.88ms
cycle
M
M3039
M0
CPU No.1
receiving data
CPU No.1
transmitting data
M2399
Internal relay
U3E0\G10000
M3840
M3840
Op
er
Data register
D0
Automatic
refresh area
E
p
ND
roc
Transfer
in 0.88ms
cycle
Automatic
refresh area
Op
er
Op
er
in g
ess
M8191
atio
n
atio
n
cyc
le
Data register
D0
D2,D3 1 axis monitor
device
D12,D13
cyc
le
D19
D20
D22,D23 2 axis monitor
device
D32,D33
atio
n
cyc
le
Ma
in c
ycle
Op
era
tio n
cyc
le
D39
D40
D42,D43 3 axis monitor
device
D52,D53
D59
D60
D62,D63 4 axis monitor
device
D72, D73
D79
D80
5 to 32 axis
monitor
device
D639
D639
D640
D640 Control change
register
D703
D704
D8191
• Axis 1 to 4 status information (M2400 to M2495) is transferred to the
automatic refresh area one every operation cycle of the Motion CPU.
• Axis 1 to axis 4 command signals are received from the automatic refresh
area one every operation cycle of the Motion CPU.
• Real current values of Axis 1 to axis 4 and M-code is updated by setting
D0 to D639 of the Motion CPU to the automatic refresh area.
• Every 0.88ms, data in the automatic refresh area of all CPUs are
transferred allowing each CPU to update its data upon its next
independent operation cycle.
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2.3.4 Clock synchronization between Multiple CPU
The clock of each CPU is synchronized with the clock of CPU No. 1.
The clock data used for synchronization in a Multiple CPU system can be edited.
(1) Setting of clock data
Set the clock of CPU No.1. The Motion CPU module operates automatically by
the clock of CPU No.1.
POINT
The clock data of CPU No.1 is automatically set even if the clocks of CPU No. 2 to
4 are set independently.
(2) Synchronization of clock data
All clocks are synchronized with CPU No.1 immediately after turning
ON/resetting power and every 1-second interval thereafter.
(3) Information of clock
The clock data that CPU No. 1 transmits is year, month, day, day of week, hour,
minute and second.
(4) Error
Since CPU No.1 sets the clock data at 1-second intervals, an error of up to 1
second may occur to the clock of CPU No.2 to 4.
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2.3.5 Multiple CPU synchronous startup
Multiple CPU synchronous startup function synchronizes the startups of CPU No.1 to
CPU No.4. (It takes about ten seconds to startup for Motion CPU.)
Since this function monitors the startup of each CPU module, when other CPU is
accessed by a user program, an interlock program which checks the CPU module
startup is unnecessary.
With the Multiple CPU synchronous startup function, the startup is synchronized with
the slowest CPU module to startup; therefore, the system startup may be slow.
POINT
Multiple CPU synchronous startup function is for accessing each CPU module in a
Multiple CPU system without needing an interlock.
This function is not for starting an operation simultaneously among CPU modules
after startup.
(1) Multiple CPU synchronous startup setting
To use the Multiple CPU synchronous startup function, check No.1 to No.4 of
target CPU in Multiple CPU settings in system setting of MT Developer. (Set it in
the Multiple CPU setting of PLC parameter setting of GX Developer for
QnUD(H)CPU.)
"Set Sync. startup setting of CPU " is set for No.1 to 4 at default.
Set the same Multiple CPU synchronous startup for all CPUs that constitute the
Multiple CPU system.
The self-diagnosis error "PARAMETER ERROR (error code: 3015)" will occur if
all CPU modules that constitute the Multiple CPU system do not have the same
setting.
When this function is not used (each CPU startup without synchronization),
startup of each CPU module can be confirmed by using special relays SM220 to
SM223 (CPU No.1 to 4 READY complete flag).
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2.3.6 Control Instruction from PLC CPU to Motion CPU
Control can be instructed from the PLC CPU to the Motion CPU using the Motion
dedicated PLC instructions listed in the table below.
Refer to the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22) Programming
Manual (Motion SFC)" for the details of each instruction.
(Control may not be instructed from one Motion CPU to another Motion CPU.)
Instruction name
Description
D(P).SFCS
Start request of the Motion SFC program (Program No. may be specified.)
D(P).SVST
Start request of the specified servo program
D(P).CHGA
Current value change request of the specified axis
D(P).CHGV
Speed change request of the specified axis
D(P).CHGT
Torque control value change request of the specified axis
D(P).GINT
D(P).DDWR
D(P).DDRD
Execute request of an event task to the other CPU (Motion CPU)
Write device data of the self CPU (PLC CPU) to the device of other CPU
(Motion CPU)
Read device data of other CPU (Motion CPU) to the device of self CPU
(PLC CPU)
For example, by using the D(P).SFCS instruction of Motion dedicated PLC instruction,
the Motion SFC of the Motion CPU can be started from the PLC CPU.
<Example>
PLC CPU
Motion CPU
Start request
D(P). SFCS instruction
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MEMO
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3 COMMON PARAMETERS
3. COMMON PARAMETERS
3.1 System Settings
In the Multiple CPU system, the common system parameters and individual
parameters are set for each CPU and written to each CPU.
(1) The base settings, Multiple CPU settings and Motion slot settings are set in the
common system parameter setting.
(2) The system basic setting, self CPU installation position setting, servo
amplifier setting, high-speed read setting and optional data monitor setting are set
in the individual parameter setting.
(3) The data setting and correction can be performed in dialog form using MT
Developer.
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3
3 COMMON PARAMETERS
3.1.1 System data settings
The table below lists the system data items to be set.
Item
Base setting
Setting range
Initial value
Remark
Main base
Extension base
8/12 slots
None/2/3/5/8/10/12 slots
Main base: 8 slots
None
Set the number of slots in the main
base or extension base.
No. of CPU
2/3/4 modules
2 modules
Set the total number of Multiple
CPUs including PLC CPU(s).
Stop/do not stop all CPUs upon an
Set whether or not to stop the entire
Error operation mode at the error in CPU No. 1 to 4.
Stop all CPUs upon error
system when a CPU stop error
stop of CPU
(The setting range varies depending in CPU Nos. 1 to 4
occurs in each CPU.
on the number of Multiple CPUs.)
Common
system
parameters
Multiple CPU Multiple CPU
setting
high speed
transmission
area setting
Motion slot
setting
CPU
0 to 14k points
specific
send range
Varies depending on the
number of CPUs.
System
1 to 2k points
area
Automatic Point : 2 to 14336 points
refresh
Start : Set target device for
setting
automatic refresh.
1
None
Multiple CPU synchronous
startup setting
Set/do not set CPU No. 1 to 4 as the
synchronized startup.
Set CPU No. 1 to 4 as
Refer to Section 2.3.5.
(The setting range varies depending the synchronized startup.
on the number of Multiple CPUs.)
Module arrangement
Within the main base and extension
None
base slots
Individual module
Varies depending on the module.
Varies depending on the Set detailed items for each module
module.
controlled by the self CPU.
Operation cycle
0.4ms/0.8ms/1.7ms/3.5ms/7.1 ms/
14.2ms/Auto
Auto
Set the operation cycle of motion
control.
M2000 is turned on by
switching from STOP to
RUN.
Set the condition in which the PLC
ready flag (M2000) turns on.
M2000 is turned on by switching
from STOP to RUN./M2000 is
Operation at STOP to RUN turned on by switching from STOP
to RUN and setting 1 in the set
register.
System basic
setting
Individual
parameters
Refer to Section 2.3.2.
Install the modules controlled by the
self CPU in the main base and/or
extension base(s).
Forced stop (Note-1)
None/X(PX) (0 to 1FFF)/
M (0 to 8191)
None
Set the bit device to use forced stop
in the program.
However, the forced stop input by
EMI terminal of Motion CPU module
cannot be invalidated using
parameter setting.
Latch range
M (0 to 8191)/B (0 to 1FFF)/
F (0 to 2047)/D (0 to 8191)/
W (0 to 1FFF)
None
Set the latch range of device
memory.
Set self CPU/other CPU/CPU
(empty) for slots 0/1/2. (The setting
range varies depending on the
number of Multiple CPUs installed.)
None
Set the installation position of the
self CPU in the main base.
Self CPU installation position setting
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Item
Setting range
Initial value
Q173DCPU: Up to 2 systems, 32
None
axes
Q172DCPU: Up to 1 system, 8 axes
External signal input setting
Amplifier input invalid/Amplifier input Amplifier input invalid
valid
Amplifier setting
Individual
parameters
Input filter setting
None/0.8ms/1.7ms/2.6ms/3.5ms
High-speed data read setting
Optional data monitor setting
One Q172DEX/Q173DPX module
and one input module.
Set 1 to 3 for each axis.
Q173DCPU: Up to 32 axes
Q172DCPU: Up to 8 axes
Remark
Set the model name, axis No. and
other details for the servo amplifiers.
—
3.5ms
None
Set the high-speed read data.
Refer to Section 4.3.
None
Set the optional data monitor.
Refer to Section 4.10.
(Note-1) : The forced stop can also be executed by the EMI forced stop terminal of Motion CPU module or forced stop terminal of
servo amplifier besides the forced stop input setting.
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3.1.2 Common system parameters
(1) Parameters for operating the Multiple CPU system
In the Multiple CPU system, the common system parameters and individual
parameter for each CPU are set and written into each CPU. Regarding the
Motion CPU, the items in System Settings related to the entire Multiple CPU
system must be identical to the parameter settings in the PLC CPU.
PLC CPU
parameters
PLC CPU
parameters
Motion CPU
parameters
Motion CPU
parameters
Common system
parameters
Common system
parameters
Common system
parameters
Common system
parameters
Individual
parameter
Individual
parameter
Individual
parameter
Individual
parameter
Power supply
Parameter write
QnUD(H) QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
CPU
3-4
Q172D
CPU
3 COMMON PARAMETERS
(2) Parameters common throughout the Multiple CPU system
In the Motion CPU, during initialization the parameters in the table below are
verified against the parameters in the PLC CPU of CPU No. 1. Unmatched
parameters generate a PARAMETER ERROR (error code: 3012, 3015), so the
parameters show below must be set identically between Motion CPUs and the
PLC CPU of CPU No.1. (If the system settings are changed in a Motion CPU, it is
necessary to reset. Therefore, the parameters are checked only during
initialization.)
The parameter No. of unmatched parameter is set in the error individual
information (SD16) by this error occurrence.
PLC CPUs can use the parameters of the other CPUs via "Multiple CPU
parameter utilization" of GX Developer. Since Motion CPUs don't have this
function, however, the common parameters must be set for each Motion CPU.
Table of Parameters cross-Multiple CPU system
Type of parameter
Name in Motion CPU
No. of CPU
Operating mode
System area
Multiple
CPU
settings
0E00H
Operating mode
Operation mode for CPU
stop error
0E01H
CPU specific
send range
Points of CPU specific
send range
E008H
Refer to Section 2.3.2.
System area
System area size
E008H
Refer to Section 2.3.2.
This parameter can be
set when "Advanced
setting" is selected.
E009H
Refer to Section 2.3.2.
(Automatic refresh using
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area)
Multiple CPU
high speed
transmission
area setting
Automatic
Points of automatic
refresh setting refresh
Motion slot setting
Multiple CPU synchronous
startup setting
Synchronize Multiple CPU
startup or not
E00BH
Refer to Section 2.3.5.
Detailed settings Control PLC
Control CPU No.
0406H
Verify module only set in
the system settings in the
Motion CPU side.
0401H
Not verified if base
settings are omitted in
the PLC CPU side.
I/O
assignment
Base setting
Remark
Number of CPUs
Automatic
refresh setting
Multiple CPU synchronous
startup setting
Parameter
number
No. of PLC
CPU specific
send range
Multiple CPU
Multiple
high speed
CPU setting
transmission
area setting
Verification item
Name in PLC CPU
Total number of bases
Basic setting
Slots
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Base No.
Base
Number of base
slots
3 COMMON PARAMETERS
(a) Multiple CPU settings
Set the following items identically in Multiple CPU Settings (Motion CPU) in
MT Developer and in Multiple CPU Settings (PLC CPU) in GX Developer.
• Number of CPU modules (Included CPU empty slots)
• Operation mode when a CPU stop error occurred
• Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting (Must be set the same
for all CPUs)
• Multiple CPU synchronous startup setting
Multiple CPU Settings (Motion CPU) in MT Developer
Number of CPU
modules
Error operation mode
at the stop of CPU
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area setting
Multiple CPU
synchronous startup
setting
Multiple PLC Setting (PLC CPU setting) in GX Developer
Select tab "Multiple
CPU high speed
communication area
setting"
Set "Use multiple
CPU high speed
communication".
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(b) Motion slot settings
Set the modules controlled by the self CPU by the Motion Slot Settings
(Motion CPU) in MT Developer. In GX Developer, set the slot for Motion
CPU control as the CPU number of Motion CPU in I/O Assignment Settings
(PLC CPU).
Motion Slot Setting (Motion CPU) in MT Developer
Control CPU No.
I/O Assignment Setting (PLC CPU setting) in GX Developer
(Note): Motion slot setting items are different depending on the operating system software.
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(c) Base settings
Set the total number of bases and number of slots in each base identically
between Base Settings (Motion CPU) in MT Developer and I/O Assignment
Settings (PLC CPU) in GX Developer. In GX Developer, the detailed
settings may be omitted by setting the base mode "Automatic".
Base Settings (Motion CPU) in MT Developer
Total number of bases
and number of slots in
each base
I/O Assignment Settings (PLC CPU setting) in GX Developer
(Note) : Only the Motion CPU
may be set without
setting the PLC CPU.
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POINT
GOT is recognized as an intelligent function modules "16 points 10 slots" on the
base (number of extension bases and slot No. are set in the GOT parameter.) for
bus connection with GOT.
Set the one extension base (16 points 10 slots) for connection with GOT, then set
"10 slots" as number of extension bases for connection with GOT in the system
setting (base setting).
<Example>
When the "2nd stage" of extension base is set as connection with GOT.
(Set "10" slot as "2nd stage" of extension base in the base setting.)
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3.1.3 Individual parameters
(1) System basic setting
The following explains each item to be set in system basic setting.
(a) Operation cycle
1) Set the of motion operation cycle (cycles at which a position command is
computed and sent to the servo amplifier).
The setting range is 0.4ms/0.8ms/1.7ms/3.5ms/7.1ms/14.2ms/Automatic
setting. The actual operation cycle corresponding to 0.4ms is 0.444...ms.
Similarly, 0.8ms corresponds to 0.888…ms, 1.7ms to 1.777...ms, 3.5ms
to 3.555...ms, 7.1ms to 7.111...ms, and 14.2ms to 14.222…ms,
respectively.
2) The default value is "Automatic Setting". When "Automatic Setting" is
selected, the operation cycle is set according to the table below based
on the number of axes for servo amplifier set in the System Settings.
Operating system
Number of axes
Operation cycle setting
1 to 6 axes
0.4 ms
SV13
7 to 18 axes
0.8 ms
19 to 32 axes
1.7 ms
SV22
3 - 10
1 to 4 axes
0.4 ms
5 to 12 axes
0.8 ms
13 to 28 axes
1.7 ms
29 to 32 axes
3.5 ms
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3) If the duration of motion operation has exceeded the operation cycle, the
operation cycle over flag (M2054) turns ON. Even when "Automatic
setting" is selected, the duration of motion operation may exceed the
operation cycle depending on the control conditions. The actual duration
of motion operation (unit:μs) is stored in SD522, and the current setting
of operation cycle (unit:μs) is stored in SD523. Monitor these special
registers and adjust the set value of operation cycle so that the actual
duration of motion operation will not exceed the set operation cycle. (A
WDT or other error may occur in the Motion CPU.)
(b) Operation at STOP to RUN
Set the condition in which the "PLC ready" flag (M2000) turns ON. Select
any one of the followings.
1) M2000 is turned on by switching from STOP to RUN.
Condition in which the M2000 turns from OFF to ON
• Change the RUN/STOP switch from STOP to RUN.
• Turn ON the power supply with the RUN/STOP switch set to RUN.
Condition in which the M2000 turns from ON to OFF
• Change the RUN/STOP switch from RUN to STOP.
2) M2000 is turned on by switching from STOP to RUN and setting 1 in the
set register.
(M2000 turns ON when the switch is set to RUN and 1 is set in the
setting register.)
Condition in which the M2000 turns from OFF to ON
• With the RUN/STOP switch set to RUN, set 1 in the setting register
for "PLC ready" flag (D704). (The Motion CPU detects a change from
0 to 1 in the lowest bit in the D704).
Condition in which the M2000 turns from ON to OFF
• With the RUN/STOP switch set to RUN, set 0 in the setting register
for "PLC ready" flag (D704). (The Motion CPU detects a change from
1 to 0 in the lowest bit in the D704).
• Change the RUN/STOP switch from RUN to STOP.
(c) Forced stop
Set the bit device used for executing a forced stop in which all servoamplifier axes are stopped immediately in the program.
Either X (PX) or M can be specified. No default value has been set. The set
bit device is designated as contact B and performs the following control in
response to ON/OFF of the device.
• Bit device is turned OFF …Forced stop input is ON (forced stop)
• Bit device is turned ON …..Forced stop input is OFF (forced stop is
released.)
The forced stop input by EMI terminal of Motion CPU module cannot be
invalidated using parameter setting.
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(d) Latch range
Set the following latching ranges for M, B, F, D and W, respectively.
• Latch (1) : It is possible clear using the remote operation (Latch clear(1),
Latch clear (1)(2)).
• Latch (2) : It is possible clear using the remote operation (Latch clear
(1)(2)).
(2) Individual module settings
The setting items for each module are shown below.
Setting items for each module
Module name
Q172DLX
Q172DEX
Q173DPX
QI60
Item
External signal setting
Servo external
signals input
DOG
module
I/O response time
(Operation mode)
Synchronous
encoder input
module
Set the number of axes for which
the 8 axes input is used.
Valid on leading edge/
Valid on trailing edge
Initial value
Valid on
leading edge
0.4 ms
Synchronous encoder
setting
Used/Unused
Unused
Synchronous encoder
selection
Q170ENC/MR-HENC
Q170ENC
I/O response time
(Operation mode)
0.4/0.6/1 ms
(TREN response time)
0.4 ms
High-speed data read
setting
Used/Unused
Unused
Manual pulse generator
setting
(SV13)
Used only
Used
Used/Unused
P
Used
I/O response time
(Operation mode)
0.4/0.6/1 ms
(TREN response time)
0.4 ms
High-speed data read
setting
Used/Unused
Unused
Input response time
0.1/0.2/0.4/0.6/1 ms
0.2 ms
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Number of usable modules
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
4
1
6 (SV22)
4 (SV22)
1 (SV13)
4 (SV22)
1 (SV13)
3 (SV22)
1
1
Unused
0.4/0.6/1 ms
(DOG/CHANGE response time)
Manual pulse generator/
Manual pulse Synchronous encoder
generator input setting
module
(SV22)
Interrupt
module
Setting range
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Setting items for each module (Continued)
Module name
QX
Input module
Item
Setting range
First I/O No.
00 to FF0 (in units of 16 points)
0
Point
0/16/32/64/128/256
16
High-speed data read
setting
Used/Unused
I/O response time
1/5/10/20/70 ms
(setting for high-speed input
(0.1/0.2/0.4/0.6/1 ms)
module in parentheses)
QY
QH /
QX Y
Output module
Input/Output
composite
module
00 to FF0 (in units of 16 points)
0
0/16/32/64/128/256
16
First I/O No.
00 to FF0 (in units of 16 points)
0
Point
0/16/32/64/128/256
16
I/O response time
1/5/10/20/70 ms
Temperature drift
Analogue input
compensation
module
Resolution mode
Operation mode
First I/O No.
Output range
HOLD/CLEAR function
Q6 DA /
Q6 DA-
Analogue
Output mode
output module
Used/Unused
00 to FF0 (in units of 16 points)
4 to 20mA/0 to 20mA/1 to 5V/0 to
5V/-10 to 10V/0 to 10V/User range
Unused
0
4 to 20mA
Used
Normal/High
Normal
Normal
(A/D
conversion)
0
00 to FF0 (in units of 16 points)
4 to 20mA/0 to 20mA/1 to 5V/0 to
5V/-10 to 10V/User range
CLEAR only
Normal (Asynchronous)/
Synchronous output
Resolution mode
Normal/High
Operation mode
Normal (D/A conversion)/
Offset gain setting
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Q172DCPU
10 ms
Used/None
Normal (A/D conversion)/Offset
gain setting
Q173DCPU
10 ms
(0.2 ms)
First I/O No.
High-speed data read
setting
First I/O No.
Number of usable modules
Unused
Point
Input range
Q6 AD /
Q6 AD-
Initial value
4 to 20mA
CLEAR
Normal
(Asynchronous)
Normal
Normal
(D/A
conversion)
Total 256
Total 256
points or less points or less
3 COMMON PARAMETERS
(3) External signal input
Servo external signal (Upper stroke limit/Lower stroke limit/Stop signal/Proximity
dog) can be selected for every axis from the following two methods.
(a) Q172DLX Servo external signals interface module use
Set the servo external signals interface module, and set axis No. as the
"External signal setting" in the system setting.
(b) Servo amplifier input device use (MR-J3-†B use only)
Set "Amplifier input valid" as the external signal input setting in the "Amplifier
setting" of system setting.
There are following restrictions to use.
• Count type home position return cannot be used.
• Speed/position switching control cannot be executed.
• Stop signal (STOP) cannot be used.
The correspondence of external signal and input device is shown below.
External signals
Input device (CN3)
Upper stroke limit (FLS)
DI1
Lower stroke limit (RLS)
DI2
Proximity dog (DOG)
DI3
(Note)
(Note): Refer to the "MR-J3-†B Servo Amplifier Instruction Manual" for pin configurations.
Set the external signal setting in the "Input Filter Setting".
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3.2 I/O number assignment
In the Multiple CPU system, I/O numbers are used for interactive transmission
between the Motion CPU and I/O modules and intelligent function modules, or
between PLC CPU and Motion CPU.
3.2.1 I/O number assignment of each module
The Multiple CPU system is different from the Single CPU system in the position (slot) of
I/O number "0H" for PLC CPU.
However, I/O number of control module can be assigned independently for each CPU for
Motion CPU.
(1) Position of I/O number "0H"
(a) The number of slots set with the Multiple CPU settings are occupied by the
PLC CPU/Motion CPU on the Multiple CPU system.
(b) I/O modules and intelligent function modules are installed from the right of the
slots occupied by PLC CPU/Motion CPU.
(c) I/O number of Motion CPU control module can be assigned independently for
each CPU.
The I/O number of PLC CPU control module for an I/O module or intelligent
function module mounted to the next slot to those occupied by CPU modules
is set as "0H" and consecutive numbers are then allocated sequentially to the
right.
(d) Notation of I/O number
• Receiving of ON/OFF data by Motion CPU is deemed input (PX), while
outputting of ON/OFF data from Motion CPU is deemed output (PY).
• I/O number is expressed in hexadecimal.
REMARK
1) If the number of CPU modules installed on the main base unit is less than the
number set at the "Multiple CPU setting", set the open slot(s) to "PLC (Empty)".
Refer to Section 2.1.2 for the "PLC (Empty)" setting.
2) The I/O numbers for the Multiple CPU system can be confirmed with the system
monitor of GX Developer.
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(2) I/O number assignment of Motion CPU control module
Mitsubishi recommends that I/O No. assignment be set as common consecutive
No. throughout all CPUs.
However, the I/O number of the input modules, output modules and input/output
composite modules controlled with the Motion CPU can also be set regardless as
the I/O number of PLC CPU.
(I/O number of the Motion CPU control modules is indicated as PX/PY.)
I/O number of the Motion CPU control modules cannot be assigned by I/O
assignment settings of PLC CPU.
Power supply
module
I/O assignment
0
1
2
3
4
5
Q03UD
CPU
Q173D
CPU
QX41
QY41
QX41
QY41
PX0 to PX1F PY20 to PX3F X40 to X5F
CPU No. 1
CPU No. 2
(X0 to X1F)
(Y20 to Y3F)
CPU No. 2
control
module
CPU No. 2
control
module
CPU No. 1
control
module
Y60 to Y7F
CPU No. 1
control
module
(3) Setting of the Motion CPU control modules by the PLC CPU
Follow the table below when Motion CPU control modules are set in I/O
Assignment Settings of the PLC CPU. (The PLC CPU handles the Q172DLX,
Q172DEX and Q173DPX as intelligent function modules having 32 occupied
points.) Type and number of points may be left unset.
Module name
Input module
Output module
Input/Output composite
module
Type
Input
Output
Composite I/O
Analogue input module
Analogue input
Analogue output module
Analogue output
Interrupt module (QI60)
Interrupt
Q172DLX
Q172DEX
Number of points
Remarks
• For the control CPU,
Selected according
set the CPU that
to the module.
corresponds to the
Motion CPU (required).
• Type and number of
16 points
points may be left
unset.
32 points
Intelligent
Q173DPX
32 points
32 points
POINT
(1) Set the I/O device of the Motion CPU within the range from PX/PY000 to
PX/PYFFF. Set the number of real I/O points within 256 points. (I/O No. may
not be consecutive.)
(2) As for the Motion CPU, the Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX and QI60 are not
included in the number of real I/O points.
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3.2.2 I/O number of each CPU modules
In the Multiple CPU system, I/O numbers are assigned to each CPU module to specify
installed CPU modules.
The I/O number for each CPU module is fixed to the corresponding slot and cannot be
changed.
The I/O number allocated to each CPU module in the Multiple CPU system is shown
below.
CPU module
installation position
CPU slot
Slot 0
Slot 1
Slot 2
First I/O number
3E00H
3E10H
3E20H
3E30H
The I/O number of PLC CPU/Motion CPU are used in the following cases.
• When writing data to the CPU shared memory of self CPU using the S. TO
instruction.
• When reading data from the CPU shared memory of other CPU using the FROM
instruction.
• When reading data from the CPU shared memory of other CPU using an intelligent
function module device (U \G )
• When reading device data directly from the Motion CPU from the PLC CPU using the
"D(P).DDRD" instruction.
• When writing device data directly to the Motion CPU from the PLC CPU using the
"D(P).DDWR" instruction.
Refer to Section 2.3.6 or the "Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU Motion controller (SV13/SV22)
Programming Manual (Motion SFC)" for the Motion dedicated PLC instruction.
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3.2.3 I/O number setting
Set the modules installed in the each slot of the main base or extension base and
assign the control CPU of applicable slot as the self CPU in the system setting for
Motion CPU.
The following modules must be set the I/O No..
• Input module
• Output module
• Input/Output composite module
• Analogue input module • Analogue output module
Refer to the help of MT Developer for the detailed operating procedure on the system
settings screen.
Set the I/O No. of modules controlled with the Motion CPU module set in the system
structure screen of MT Developer. The setting procedure of I/O No. is shown below.
(Example) For set the output module
<System Structure>
1) Double-click the slot position, display
the Motion Slot Settings screen.
<Motion Slot Settings>
2) Select the I/O module.
3) Click [Detail Setting].
<I/O Module Settings>
4) Set the first I/O No.
(PX No., PY No.).
5) Select applicable module type
and number of points for
the I/O module to be used.
6) Click [OK].
(Note): Display of system setting and motion slot setting are different depending on the operating system
software.
POINT
I/O No.s cannot be assigned automatically, unlike a PLC CPU for which I/O No. are
assigned automatically if such setting is omitted in the Motion CPU. In the Motion
CPU, be sure to set the first I/O No. in System Settings for each module used.
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3.3 Servo Parameters
The servo parameters control the data fixed by the specifications of the servo amplifier
and servomotor controlled in the parameter set for each axis and the control of the
servomotor.
The servo parameters are set by the Setup software (MR Configurator).
Refer to the "Servo amplifier Instruction Manual" for details of the servo parameters.
Refer to the help for handling of MR Configurator.
Instruction Manual list is shown below.
Servo amplifier type
Instruction manual name
MR-J3- B
MR-J3- B Servo Amplifier Instruction Manual (SH-030051)
MR-J3- B-RJ006
Fully closed loop control MR-J3- B-RJ006 Servo Amplifier Instruction Manual
(SH-030056)
(1) Basic setting parameters
No.
Symbol
PA01
—
Initial value
Unit
For manufacturer setting
PA02
Name
0000h
—
REG
Regenerative brake option
0000h
—
PA03
ABS
Absolute position detection system
0000h
—
PA04
AOP1
Function selection A-1
0000h
—
PA05
PA06
0
—
For manufacturer setting
1
PA07
—
1
PA08
ATU
Auto tuning mode
0001h
PA09
RSP
Auto tuning response
12
—
PA10
INP
In-position range
100
PLS
PA11
PA12
1000.0
—
For manufacturer setting
1000.0
PA13
—
0000h
PA14
POL
Rotation direction selection
PA15
ENR
Encoder output pulse
0
—
4000
PLS/rev
PA16
0
PA17
0000h
PA18
—
—
For manufacturer setting
0000h
PA19
—
000Bh
POINTS
(1) When the items marked " " in the above table has changed, make the Multiple
CPU system reset or power supply OFF to ON. And, once turn OFF the servo
amplifier power supply and then turn ON it again.
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(2) Gain/filter parameters
No.
Symbol
Name
Initial value
Unit
PB01
FILT
Adaptive tuning mode (Adaptive filter )
0000h
—
PB02
VRFT
Vibration suppression control tuning mode (Advanced vibration suppression control)
0000h
—
For manufacturer setting
0
—
Feed forward gain
0
%
For manufacturer setting
500
—
times
PB03
—
PB04
FFC
PB05
—
PB06
GD2
Ratio of load inertia moment to servomotor inertia moment
7.0
PB07
PG1
Model loop gain
24
rad/s
PB08
PG2
Position loop gain
37
rad/s
PB09
VG2
Speed loop gain
823
rad/s
PB10
VIC
Speed integral compensation
33.7
ms
PB11
VDC
Speed differential compensation
980
—
PB12
—
PB13
NH1
PB14
NHQ1
PB15
NH2
PB16
NHQ2
PB17
—
PB18
LPF
PB19
VRF1
Vibration suppression control - vibration frequency setting
100.0
Hz
PB20
VRF2
Vibration suppression control - resonance frequency setting
100.0
Hz
PB21
PB22
PB23
For manufacturer setting
0
—
Machine resonance suppression filter 1
4500
Hz
Notch shape selection 1
0000h
—
Machine resonance suppression filter 2
4500
Hz
Notch shape selection 2
0000h
—
Automatic setting parameter
Low pass filter setting
—
—
3141
rad/s
0.00
—
For manufacturer setting
VFBF
Low pass filter selection
0000h
Slight vibration suppression control selection
0000h
—
0.00
—
—
PB24
MVS
PB25
—
For manufacturer setting
0000h
—
PB26
CDP
Gain changing selection
0000h
—
PB27
CDL
Gain changing condition
10
—
PB28
CDT
Gain changing time constant
1
ms
PB29
GD2B
Gain changing - ratio of load inertia moment to servo motor inertia moment
7.0
times
PB30
PG2B
Gain changing - position loop gain
37
rad/s
PB31
VG2B
Gain changing - speed loop gain
823
rad/s
PB32
VICB
Gain changing - speed integral compensation
33.7
ms
PB33
VRF1B
Gain changing - vibration suppression control - vibration frequency setting
100.0
Hz
PB34
VRF2B
Gain changing - vibration suppression control - resonance frequency setting
100.0
Hz
PB35
0.00
PB36
0.00
PB37
100
PB38
0.0
PB39
PB40
0.0
—
For manufacturer setting
0.0
PB41
1125
PB42
1125
PB43
0004h
PB44
0.0
PB45
0000h
—
POINTS
(1) When the items marked " " in the above table has changed, make the Multiple
CPU system reset or power supply OFF to ON. And, once turn OFF the servo
amplifier power supply and then turn ON it again.
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(3) Extension setting parameters
No.
PC01
Symbol
ERZ
Name
Initial value
Unit
Error excessive alarm level
3
rev
Electromagnetic brake sequence output
0
ms
PC02
MBR
PC03
ENRS
Encoder output pulse selection
0000h
—
PC04
COP1
Function selection C-1
0000h
—
PC05
COP2
Function selection C-2
0000h
—
PC06
COP3
Function selection C-3
0000h
—
PC07
ZSP
50
r/min
Zero speed
PC08
—
For manufacturer setting
0
—
PC09
MOD1
Analog monitor 1 output
0000h
—
PC10
MOD2
Analog monitor 2 output
0001h
—
PC11
MO1
Analog monitor 1 offset
0
mV
PC12
MO2
Analog monitor 2 offset
0
mV
PC13
MOSDL
Analog monitor feedback position output standard data Low
0
PLS
PC14
MOSDH
Analog monitor feedback position output standard data High
0
10000PLS
PC15
PC16
PC17
—
COP4
0
For manufacturer setting
0000h
Function selection C-4
0000h
PC18
PC19
—
For manufacturer setting
0000h
—
0000h
BPS
Alarm history clear
0000h
PC22
0000h
PC23
0000h
PC24
0000h
PC25
0000h
PC26
0000h
PC27
—
0000h
PC20
PC21
—
—
For manufacturer setting
0000h
PC28
0000h
PC29
0000h
PC30
0000h
PC31
0000h
PC32
0000h
—
—
POINTS
(1) When the items marked " " in the above table has changed, make the Multiple
CPU system reset or power supply OFF to ON. And, once turn OFF the servo
amplifier power supply and then turn ON it again.
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(4) I/O Setting Parameters
No.
Symbol
Name
Initial value
PD01
0000h
PD02
0000h
PD03
PD04
—
0000h
For manufacturer setting
0000h
PD05
Unit
—
0000h
PD06
0000h
PD07
DO1
Output signal device selection 1 (CN3-13)
0005h
PD08
DO2
Output signal device selection 2 (CN3-9)
0004h
—
PD09
DO3
Output signal device selection 3 (CN3-15)
0003h
—
PD10
PD11
PD12
0000h
—
0004h
For manufacturer setting
0000h
PD13
PD14
Function Selection D-3
0000h
0000h
PD16
0000h
PD17
0000h
PD18
0000h
PD19
0000h
PD20
0000h
PD21
0000h
PD22
0000h
PD24
—
0000h
DOP3
PD15
PD23
—
—
0000h
For manufacturer setting
0000h
PD25
0000h
PD26
0000h
PD27
0000h
PD28
0000h
PD29
0000h
PD30
0000h
PD31
0000h
PD32
0000h
—
—
POINTS
(1) When the items marked " " in the above table has changed, make the Multiple
CPU system reset or power supply OFF to ON. And, once turn OFF the servo
amplifier power supply and then turn ON it again.
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4. AUXILIARY AND APPLIED FUNCTIONS
4.1 Limit Switch Output Function
This function is used to output the ON/OFF signal corresponding to the data range of
the watch data set per output device.
Motion control data or optional word data can be used as watch data. (Refer to Section
"4.1.2 Limit output setting data" for details.) A maximum output device for 32 points can
be set regardless of the number of axes.
4.1.1 Operations
(1) ON output to an output device is made while the watch data value is in the ON
output region set with (ON Value) and (OFF Value) in this function.
(a) (ON Value), (OFF Value) and watch data value are handled as signed data.
ON output region where an ON output is made to the output device is
governed by the magnitude relationship between (ON Value) and (OFF
Value) as indicated below.
Relationship between (ON Value) and
ON output region
(OFF Value)
(ON Value) < (OFF Value)
(ON Value) <= (watch data value) < (OFF Value)
(ON Value) <= (watch data value)
(ON Value) > (OFF Value)
(Watch data value) < (OFF Value)
(ON Value) = (OFF Value)
Output OFF in whole region
1) (ON Value) < (OFF Value)
ON
Output device
ON region setting
OFF
OFF
OFF Value
ON Value
Watch data value
(ON Value) (Watch data value) (OFF Value)
2) (ON Value) > (OFF Value)
ON
ON
Output device
ON region setting
OFF
ON Value
OFF Value
Watch data value
(Watch data value) (OFF Value)
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(ON Value) (Watch data value)
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3) (ON Value) = (OFF Value)
Output device
ON region setting
OFF in whole region
ON Value
OFF Value
Watch data value
(b) The limit switch outputs are controlled based on the each watch data during
the PCPU ready status (SM500: ON) by the PLC ready flag (M2000) from
OFF to ON.
When the PCPU ready flag (SM500) turns OFF by turning the PLC ready flag
(M2000) from ON to OFF, all points turn OFF. When (ON Value) and (OFF
Value) are specified with word devices, the word device contents are input to
the internal area when the PLC ready flag (M2000) turns from OFF to ON.
After that, the word device contents are input per motion operation cycle, and
limit switch outputs are controlled.
(c) Multiple outputs (Up to 32 points) can be also set to one watch data. In each
setting, the output device may be the same.
If multiple ON region settings have been made to the same output device, the
logical add of the output results in the regions is output.
ON
Output device
ON region setting No.2
ON region setting No.1
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF Value
ON Value
OFF Value
ON Value
Watch data value
(2) Output enable/disable bit can be set and executed enable/disable of the limit
switch outputs point-by-point.
Limit switch output control is executed when the output enable/disable bit is ON,
and the output is OFF when it is OFF.
If there is no setting, the outputs are always enabled.
(3) Forced output bit can be set and turned the forcibly output of the limit switch
outputs point-by-point ON.
The output is ON when the forced output bit is ON. Priority is given to control of
this setting over off (disable) of the "output enable/disable bit".
If there is no setting, no forced outputs are not always made.
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(4) When the multiple watch data, ON region, output enable/disable bit and forced
output bit are set to the same output device, the logical add of output results of the
settings is output.
SM500
ON
1) Without output enable/disable bit/forced output settings
Output device
OFF Value
ON region setting
ON Value
Watch data value
2) With output enable/disable bit/forced output settings
Output device
Output OFF
Output control based on
ON Value and OFF Value
Output ON
(Forced output) Output OFF
Output OFF
Output control based on
ON Value and OFF Value
Output OFF
Enable/disable bit
Forced output bit
Output ON
(Forced output)
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4.1.2 Limit output setting data
Limit output data list are shown below.
Up to 32 points of output devices can be set.
(The following items of No.1 to No.5 are set together as one point.)
No.
1
Item
Setting range
Output device
Bit device (X, Y, M, B, U \G)
Fetch
Refresh
cycle
cycle
Remarks
Operation
—
cycle
Motion control data/ word device (D, W, #,
2
U \G, absolute address)
Watch data
(16-bit integer type/32-bit integer type/
64-bit floating-point type)
3
4
ON region ON Value
setting
Word device (D, W, #, U \G)/constant (K, H)
OFF Value Word device (D, W, #, U \G)/constant (K, H)
Output enable/disable
Bit device (X, Y, M, B, F, SM, U \G)/ none
bit
(default)
Operation
—
cycle
ON
: Enable
OFF : Disable
None : Always enable
None : No forced
5
Forced output bit
Bit device (X, Y, M, B, F, SM, U \G)/ none
outputs are
(default)
always made
(OFF status)
(1) Output device
(a) Set the bit device which outputs the ON/OFF signal toward the preset watch
data.
(b) As the output device, the following devices can be used.
Item
Device No. setting range
Input relay (Note-1)
X0 to X1FFF
Output relay (Note-2)
Y0 to Y1FFF
Internal relay
(Note-3)
M0 to M8191
Link relay
B0 to B1FFF
Multiple CPU area device
U \G10000.0 to U \G (10000+p-1).F
(Note-4), (Note-5)
(Note-1) : PX is write-disabled and it cannot be used as the output device.
For X, only the free No. of the input card non-loading can be used.
(Note-2) : The real output device range (PY) is also included.
(Note-3) : M2001 to M2032 cannot be used to the output device.
Be careful because it affect a positioning operation, when the positioning
dedicated devices are set.
(Note-4) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
(Note-5) : Only device of the self CPU can be used.
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(2) Watch data
(a) This data is used to perform the limit switch output function. This data is
comparison data to output the ON/OFF signal. The output device is
ON/OFF-controlled according to the ON region setting.
(b) As the watch data, motion control data or optional word device data can be
used.
1) Motion control data
Item
Feed current value
Real current value
Unit
Data type
Position command
32-bit
Deviation counter value
PLS
Motor current
0.1%
Motor speed
0.1r/min
Axis No. setting range
Q173DCPU
Q172DCPU
1 to 32
1 to 8
1 to 12
1 to 8
integer type
16-bit
integer type
Cam shaft within-one-revolution current value
Feed current value (Virtual)
32-bit
PLS
After-differential current value (Virtual)
integer type
After-differential encoder current value
Encoder current value
2) Word device data
Item
Device No. setting range
Data register
D0 to D8191
Link register
W0 to W1FFF
Motion register
#0 to #7999
Multiple CPU area device
U \G10000 to U \G (10000+p-1)
(Note-1)
(Note-1) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
3) When the optional device data is set, the following data type is set as the
data type to be compared.
Data type
Remarks
16-bit integer type
32-bit integer type
64-bit floating-point type
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(3) ON region setting
(a) The data range which makes the output device turn ON/OFF toward the
watch data.
(b) The following devices can be used as the ON Value and OFF Value of the
data range.
The data type of device/constant to be set is the same as the type of watch
data.
Item
Device No. setting range
Data register
D0 to D8191
Link register
W0 to W1FFF
Motion register
#0 to #7999
Multiple CPU area device
U \G10000 to U \G (10000+p-1)
Constant
(Note-1)
Hn/Kn
(Note-1) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
(4) Output enable/disable bit
(a) Set the status of output enable/disable bit when the limit switch output is
forbidden during operation.
1) The following control is exercised.
Output enable/disable bit
Without setting
Limit switch output is turned ON/OFF based on the ON
(always enable)
ON (enable)
With setting
Control description
region setting (ON Value, OFF Value).
OFF (disable) Limit switch output is turned OFF.
(b) Usable devices
Item
Input relay
Device No. setting range
(Note-1)
Output relay
X0 to X1FFF
(Note-2)
Y0 to Y1FFF
Internal relay
M0 to M8191
Link relay
B0 to B1FFF
Annunciator
F0 to F2047
Special relay
SM0 to SM1999
Multiple CPU area device
U \G10000.0 to U \G (10000+p-1).F
(Note-3)
(Note-1) : The real input range(PX) is included.
(Note-2) : The real input range(PY) is included.
(Note-3) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
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(5) Forced output bit
(a) Set the "forced output bit" when you want to forcibly provide the limit switch
outputs during operation.
1) The following control is exercised.
Output enable/disable bit
Limit switch outputs are turned ON/OFF on the basis of
Without setting
the "output enable/disable bit" and ON region setting
OFF
With setting
Control description
(ON Value, OFF Value).
ON
Limit switch outputs are turned ON.
(b) Usable devices
Item
Device No. setting range
Input relay
X0 to X1FFF
Output relay
Y0 to Y1FFF
Internal relay
M0 to M8191
Link relay
B0 to B1FFF
Annunciator
F0 to F2047
Special relay
SM0 to SM1999
Multiple CPU area device
U \G10000.0 to U \G (10000+p-1).F
(Note-1)
(Note-1) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
POINT
Refer to Chapter 2 for the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area.
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4.2 Absolute Position System
The positioning control for absolute position system can be performed using the
absolute-position-compatible servomotors and servo amplifiers.
If the machine position is set at the system starting, home position return is not
necessary because the absolute position is detected at the power on.
The machine position is set with the home position return using the Motion SFC
program or MT Developer.
(1) Conditions of the absolute position system start
Perform a home position return after machine adjustment at the absolute position
system start.
(2) In the absolute positioning system, the absolute position may be lost in the
following cases:
Set the absolute position with a home position return.
(a) The battery unit is removed or replaced.
(b) The battery error of the servo amplifier occurs. (It is detected at the servo
amplifier power on).
(c) The machine system is disturbed by a shock.
(d) The cable between servo amplifier and encoder is removed, or the servo
amplifier or encoder is replaced.
(3) The current value history can be monitored using of the "System setting modeallowable travel during power off" or "Monitor mode" using a MT Developer.
(Refer to the help of MT Developer to be used "Allowable travel during power off"
and "Monitor mode".)
CAUTION
After removing or replacing the battery unit, correctly install the new unit and set the absolute
position.
After a servo battery error occurs, eliminate the cause of the error and ensure operation is safe
before setting the absolute position.
After the mechanical system is disturbed by a shock, make the necessary checks and repairs,
and ensure operation is safe before setting the absolute position.
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POINT
(1) The address setting range of absolute position system is 2147483648 to
2147483647.
It is not possible to restore position commands that exceed this limit, or current
values after a power interruption.
Correspond by the [degree] setting for an infinite feed operation.
(2) Even when the current value address is changed by a current value change
instruction, the restored data for the current value after a power interruption is
the value based on the status prior to execution of the current value change
instruction.
(3) When home position return has not been completed (home position return
request is ON), restoration of the current value after a power interruption is not
possible.
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4.2.1 Current value control
The current value when using the ABS encoder is controlled by following functions.
(1) The validity of an encoder data during operation is checked.
(a) Checks that the amount of change of the encoder in a 3.5[ms] is within 180
degrees at the motor axis. (An error is displayed at the abnormal.)
(b) Checks that adjustment of the encoder data and feed-back positions
controlled with the servo amplifier. (An error is displayed at the abnormal.)
(2) The following values can be monitored by the current value history monitor of
MT Developer.
Monitor conditions
Multiple CPU system power ON/OFF
Home position return completion
Monitor value
Encoder current value,
Servo command value,
Monitor current value
(a) Current value history monitor
Month/day/hour/minute
The time such as at the completion of home position return and servo
amplifier power supply ON/OFF is indicated.
In order to indicate the time correctly, turn on SM801 (clock data read
request) in the Motion SFC program after setting the clock data of
special register.
(b) Encoder current value
When using the MR-J3- B, the multiple revolution data and within-onerevolution data read from the encoder is indicated.
(Note) : For the encoder current value in the home position data area, the
encoder current value when the motor is within the in-position range
at the completion of home position return is displayed (not encoder
value of home position).
(c) Servo command value
The command value issued to the servo amplifier is indicated.
(d) Monitor current value
The current value controlled in the Motion CPU is indicated.
(Note) : A value near the feed current value is indicated. However, because
the monitor current value and feed current value are different data, it
is not abnormal even if a different value is indicated.
(e) Alarms
When an error for current value restoration occurs at the servo amplifier
power on, an error code is indicated.
(3) By setting of the "Allowable travel during power off", if the encoder data changes
exceeding the setting range during power-off, it checks at servo amplifier poweron. (An error is displayed at the abnormal.)
"Allowable travel during power off" cannot be set for the Linear servo amplifier.
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4.3 High-Speed Reading of Specified Data
This function is used to store the specified positioning data in the specified device (D,
W, U \G). The signal from input module controlled in the Motion CPU is used as a
trigger.
It can be set in the system setting of MT Developer.
(1) Positioning data that can be set
Setting data
Word No.
Unit
Position command (Feed current value)
2
10-1[µm], 10-5[inch], 10-5[degree], [PLS]
Actual current value
2
10-1[µm], 10-5[inch], 10-5[degree], [PLS]
Position droop (Deviation counter value)
2
[PLS]
M-code
1
Torque limit value
1
[%]
Motor current
1
[%]
Motor speed
2
[r/min]
Servo command value
2
[PLS]
Virtual servomotor feed current value
2
[PLS]
Synchronous encoder current value
2
[PLS]
Virtual servo M-code
1
Current value after main shaft differential
gear
2
[PLS]
Current value within one revolution of
cam axis
2
[PLS]
Execute cam No.
1
Execute stroke amount
2
Optional address (Fixed to 4 bytes)
2
Remarks
Valid in
SV22
virtual
mode only
10-1[µm], 10-5[inch] [PLS]
(2) Modules and signals to be used
Input module
Q172DEX
Signal
TREN
Q173DPX
(Note)
PLC input module
Read timing
Number of settable points
0.8[ms]
3
2
PX device
8
(Note) : Only one PLC input module can be used.
(3) Usable devices
Word devices
Usable devices
D
0 to 8191
W
U \G
0 to 1FFF
10000 to (10000 + p-1)
(Note-1), (Note-2)
(Note-1): "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area for the each CPU.
(Note-2): Only device of the self CPU can be used.
POINT
(1) Set an even number as device setting in the two word data.
(2) Refer to Chapter 2 for the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
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4.4 ROM Operation Function
This function is used to operate based on the data in the FLASH ROM built-in Motion
CPU module that the user programs and parameters have been stored.
4.4.1 Specifications of 7-segment LED/Switches
No.
Q172DCPU
1)
CDE
AB
789
CD
AB E
F01
45
23 6
F01
789
1
45
23 6
SW
2
STOP RUN
CAUTION
3)
Functions
7-segment LED
2)
Rotary switch 1 (SW1) • Set the operation mode (Normal mode, Installation
mode and mode operated by ROM, etc.)
Rotary switch 2 (SW2)
• Each switch setting is 0 to F.
3)
EMI
• Indicate the operation state and error information.
CN1
2)
Items
1)
FRONT
BAT
(1) Operation mode
"Operation mode" of the Motion CPU is set by the rotary switch setting of Motion
CPU module at the power supply ON of the Multiple CPU system.
The rotary switch setting, operation mode and operation mode overview are
shown below.
(a) Rotary switch setting and operation mode
Rotary switch setting
(Note-1)
Operation mode
SW1
SW2
A
Any setting (Except C)
Installation mode
0
0
Mode operated by RAM
0
6
Mode operated by ROM
Any setting
C
SRAM clear
(Note-2)
(Note-1) : Do not set except the above setting.
(Note-2) : The programs, parameters, absolute position data, and latch data in the
SRAM built-in Motion CPU module are cleared.
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(b) Operation mode overview
Operation mode
7-segment LED
Operation overview
• " . " remains flashing in the first digit of 7-segment LED.
• It operates based on the user programs and parameters stored in the SRAM
Mode operated
built-in Motion CPU module.
by RAM
• The user programs and parameters for the ROM operation can be written to
the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module.
• " . " remains flashing in the first digit and steady " . " display in the second
digit of 7-segment LED.
• Operation starts after the user programs and parameters stored in the FLASH
ROM built-in Motion CPU module are read to the SRAM built-in Motion CPU
module at power supply on or reset of the Multiple CPU system.
If the ROM writing is not executed, even if the user programs and parameters
Mode operated
are changed using the MT Developer during mode operated by ROM,
by ROM
operation starts with the contents of the FLASH ROM at next power supply on
or reset.
Also, If the ROM writing is not executed, even if the auto tuning data are
reflected on the servo parameter of Motion CPU by operation in the auto-tuning
setting, operation starts with the contents of the FLASH ROM at next power
supply on or reset.
POINT
Do not change the rotary switch setting during operation.
Be sure to turn OFF the power supply before the rotary switch setting change.
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4.4.2 Outline of ROM operation
When the ROM writing is requested to the Motion CPU module using the MT
Developer, the programs and parameters stored in the SRAM built-in Motion CPU
module are batch-written to the FLASH ROM, after the data of FLASH ROM built-in
Motion CPU are erased.
When the Motion CPU starts in the "Mode operated by ROM", a normal operation
starts, after the data written in the FLASH ROM is read to the SRAM.
The programs and parameters created by the MT Developer must be written
beforehand to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module at the ROM operation.
The following methods for ROM writing are shown below.
• Write the programs and parameters written in the SRAM built-in Motion CPU module
to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module.
• Write the programs and parameters of the MT Developer to the SRAM built-in Motion
CPU module, and then write them to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module.
The data batch written to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module by ROM writing
are shown below. Backup data except the followings (current position of servomotor in
absolute position system, home position and latch device.) cannot be written to the
FLASH ROM.
SV13
SV22
System setting data
Each parameter for servo control
Servo program
Motion SFC parameter
Motion SFC program
—
Mechanical system program
—
Cam data
POINT
(1) "Backup • load" operation of the MT Developer targets the SRAM built-in
Motion CPU module. (The FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module is not
targeted.)
Set to "Mode operated by ROM" after ROM writing to execute the ROM
operation after "Backup • load" operation at the Motion CPU module
exchange.
(2) The FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module serves as a life in 100000 times
writing. Make the ROM writing within 100000 times. If it passes over a life,
"writing error" will occur, replace the Motion CPU module.
(3) The online change of Motion SFC program executes the Motion SFC program
performed the online change from the next scanning at the mode operated by
ROM. Operation starts with the contents of the Motion SFC program written in
the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module at next power supply on or reset.
(4) It needs to meet the following conditions for the ROM writing.
(a) PLC ready flag (M2000) OFF
(b) Not installation mode
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(1) Write the programs and parameters written in the SRAM built-in Motion CPU
module to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module for the ROM operation.
<ROM writing>
Mode operated by RAM/Mode operated by ROM
Motion CPU module
Be sure to write the programs and parameters beforehand
to the SRAM built-in Motion CPU module at the ROM
operation.
IBM PC/AT
SRAM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
MT Developer
1) ROM writing request
FLASH ROM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
2) ROM writing
<ROM operation>
Mode operated by RAM/Mode operated by ROM
Motion CPU module
SRAM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
Read at
starting
FLASH ROM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
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Parameters, etc.
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<Operating procedure for ROM writing> Write the data of SRAM built-in Motion CPU module to the ROM.
The operating procedure for ROM writing using the MT Developer is shown below.
Main Frame screen
Operating procedure
1) Select menu "Online" -"Export to ROM
Format" to display "Export to ROM Format"
screen.
Export to ROM Format screen
2) Select "Execute" button.
ROM writing is executed to FLASH ROM
built-in Motion CPU module.
POINT
Be sure to write the all data beforehand to SRAM built-in
Motion CPU module at the ROM writing.
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(2) Write the programs and parameters of the MT Developer to the SRAM built-in
Motion CPU module, and then write them to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU
module for the ROM operation.
<Data writing + ROM writing>
Mode operated by RAM/Mode operated by ROM
Motion CPU module
SRAM
IBM PC/AT
1) Write data
(ROM writing request)
Programs
Parameters, etc.
Programs
Parameters, etc.
2) ROM writing request
after write data
FLASH ROM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
3) ROM writing
<ROM operation>
Mode operated by RAM/Mode operated by ROM
Motion CPU module
SRAM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
MT Developer
Read at
starting
FLASH ROM
Programs
Parameters, etc.
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<Operating procedure for ROM writing> Write the data of MT Developer to the ROM.
The operating procedure for ROM writing using the MT Developer is shown below.
Main Frame screen
Operating procedure
1) Select menu "Online" -"Write to CPU" to
display "Write to CPU" screen.
Write to CPU screen
2) Check data of MT Developer written in the
Motion CPU.
3) Select "Program memory + CPU ROM" in
target memory.
4) Select "Execute" button.
SRAM data built in Motion CPU module is written
to ROM after writing data of MT developer to
SRAM built-in Motion CPU module.
(Note): Mechanical system program and cam data
(converted data) cannot be displayed when
using OS type "SW8DNC-SV13".
POINT
Be sure to write the all data beforehand to SRAM built-in
Motion CPU module at the ROM writing.
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4.4.3 Operating procedure of the ROM operation function
The outline procedure of ROM operation function is shown below.
1) Turn on or reset the power supply of Multiple CPU system in the "Mode operated
by RAM".
2) Create the system setting, programs and parameters using the MT Developer, and
execute a trial run and adjustment.
3) Write the system setting, programs and parameters of SRAM built-in Motion CPU
module to the FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module by the ROM writing
request using the MT Developer.
4) By starting the Motion CPU in the "Mode operated by ROM", a normal operation
starts after the system setting, programs and parameters written in the FLASH
ROM built-in Motion CPU module are read to the SRAM built-in Motion CPU
module.
(1) ROM operation procedure
The ROM operation procedure is shown below.
Preparation for ROM operation
Set the "Mode operated by RAM" by setting
the rotary switch 1 (SW1) and 2 (SW2) to "0".
Turn ON the power supply of Multiple CPU
system.
Create or correct the system setting,
parameters and programs using the MT
Developer, and write them to the Motion
CPU module.
Execute the trial run and adjustment.
Is the operation normal ?
YES
Mode operated
by RAM
(ROM writing)
Execute the "ROM writing" of the programs
and parameters in a lump using the MT
Developer.
Turn OFF the power supply of Multiple CPU
system.
Set the "Mode operated by ROM" by setting
the rotary switch 1 (SW1) to "0" and rotary
switch 2 (SW2) to "6".
Turn ON the power supply of Multiple CPU
system.
Mode operated
by ROM
ROM operation start
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(2) Operation at the "Mode operated by ROM"
Mode operated by ROM start
Is the data write
to the FLASH ROM built-in
Motion CPU module ?
NO
(Data (programs, parameters and absolute
position data) is not written to the FLASH
ROM built-in Motion CPU module.)
YES
Read the followings of the FLASH ROM
built-in Motion CPU module to the SRAM
built-in Motion CPU module.
System setting data
Parameter for servo control
Servo program
Motion SFC parameter
Motion SFC program
Mechanical system program (SV22)
Cam data (SV22)
Normal operation start
The system setting error (" AL" flashes 3
times
steady "L01" display) in the 7segment LED at the front side of Motion
CPU module.
Wait the restart of Multiple
CPU system.
After that, it cannot be operated because of
stop state.
Retry the operation for "ROM writing"
"Mode operated by ROM" after confirm the
contents for programs and parameters of the
SRAM built-in Motion CPU module.
After that, it is same operation at the
RAM operation.
POINT
(1) Change the operation mode using the rotary switch of Motion CPU module.
(2) Confirm the operation mode by the 7-segment LED of Motion CPU module.
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4.5 Security Function
This function is used to protect the user data of Motion CPU by registering a password.
The illegal reading or writing of the user data are prevented by setting a password.
Registered password can be changed and deleted.
[Register/Change Password] or [Delete Password] screen is used to register/
change/delete a password. Select from a menu bar to display these screen.
The user data protected in this function are shown below.
"Write Protection" or "Read/Write Protection" can be set every user data.
Operating
User data
system software
SV13/SV22
SV22
Protected contents
Motion SFC program
Motion SFC programs (Control code, text)
Servo program
Servo programs and program allocation
Mechanical system program
Mechanical system programs
Cam data
Cam data
4.5.1 Password registration/change
Select menu [Online]
password.
[Register Password]
[Register/Change] to register/change a
(1) Procedure for password registration
(a) Enter initial registration password in password column, and select
registration condition (Write Protection, Read/Write Protection). It leaves in
blank for the user data that does not register a password.
(b) Click on [Execute] button to register a password in the Motion CPU.
(c) Select menu [Project] [Save] to save a password after registration in a
project.
Refer to Section 4.5.4 for password save.
(2) Procedure for password change
(a) Status of password registered in the Motion CPU are displayed.
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(b) Enter new password in password column, and select registration condition
(Write Protection, Read/Write Protection). It leaves in blank for the user data
that does not change a password.
(c) Click on [Execute] button to display [Check Password] screen for old
password confirmation. Click on [Execute] button after old password input.
New password will be registered in the Motion CPU by success of old
password check.
When the new password is the same as old password (change for only
registration condition), [Check Password] screen is not displayed.
(d) Select menu [Project] [Save] to save a password after change in a project.
Refer to Section 4.5.4 for password save.
POINT
(1) If an user has forgotten a registration password, clear a password of Motion
CPU by the all clear function. However, the all password data and user data
are cleared by the all clear function. Re-write the user data to the Motion CPU.
(Refer to Section 4.6 for details.)
(2) ROM operation can be executed by user data registered a password.
The password setting is also included in the ROM writing/reading data.
(3) The password data is not save in a project without password save.
Therefore, be sure to save a password.
(4) If an operation stops by reset or power OFF of the Multiple CPU system while
a password registration/change, the user data may not be registered.
Register/change a password again to restore the user data.
Items
Details
Type
Type of user data
Registration
" " is displayed when a password is registered in the Motion CPU.
Enter initial registration/change password.
Password
Alphanumeric character (ASCII) of 6 or less
Match case (Not full-size character)
A registration condition set in the Motion CPU is displayed.
Registration condition
• Write Protection
• Read/Write Protection
New registration condition can be selected by password input.
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4.5.2 Password delete
Select menu [Online]
[Register Password]
[Delete] to delete a password.
(1) Procedure for password delete
(a) Status of password registered in the Motion CPU are displayed.
(b) Enter old password and click on [Execute] button to delete password. It
leaves in blank for the user data that does not delete a password.
(c) A password will be deleted by success of password check. (" " displayed in
registration column disappears.)
(d) Select menu [Project] [Save] to save a password after delete in a project.
Refer to Section 4.5.4 for password save.
POINT
(1) The password data is not save in a project without password save.
Therefore, be sure to save a password.
(2) If an operation stops by reset or power OFF of the Multiple CPU system while
delete of password, the data may not be deleted. Delete a password again to
restore the user data.
Items
Details
Type
Type of user data
Registration
" " is displayed when a password is registered in the Motion CPU.
Password
Enter old password.
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4.5.3 Password check
When operating the user data that sets password, the check password screen is
displayed automatically.
(1) Procedure for password check
(a) Enter old password in password column, and click on [Execute] button.
(b) Protection by the password temporarily released by success of password
check. After that it can be operated the user data.
(c) A password is memorized until MT Developer ends. (Since protection by
password is automatically released temporarily at the user data operation, a
check password screen is not displayed.)
Items
Details
Type
Type of user data
Password
Enter old password.
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4.5.4 Password save
Registered/changed/deleted password or password read with user data from "Read
from CPU" screen displayed by menu [Online] [Read from CPU] can be saved in a
project data.
A password saved in a project data can be registered with user data, when the user
data are written in the Motion CPU that does not set password from "Write to CPU"
screen displayed by menu [Online] [Write to CPU].
Select menu [Project]
[Save] to save the updated password data in a project.
(1) Status of password data for each operation
Operation
Status of password data
Read
When a password is set in the call source Motion CPU, the password contents
are called and the password data in a project are updated.
Write
When a password data is set in a project, if a password is not set in the write
designation Motion CPU, the password contents are also written.
Verification
Password data in a project are not updated.
ROM writing
Password contents registered in the write designation Motion CPU are written in
ROM.
Online change
Password contents of write designation Motion CPU are not updated.
Backup
It is saved in backup data including also the password contents registered in the
call source Motion CPU. The password data in a project is not updated.
Load
Password contents in backup data are written in the write designation Motion
CPU.
Register/change
password
New password contents are written in the write designation Motion CPU.
Password data in a project is also updated to new password contents.
Delete password
A password is deleted from the write designation Motion CPU.
A password is deleted also from the password data in a project.
Project diversion
The password data in diverting source project is not diverted.
POINT
(1) The password data is not save in a project without project save.
(2) Save a project after delete of password to delete the password data in a
project. Or, create a project without password data by creating new project
and diverting user data from a project with password data.
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4.6 All clear function
This function is used to clear the all user data, password setting, backup area and user
data area of FLASH ROM in the Motion CPU module.
(1) Procedure for clear all
(a) Set the Motion CPU module to installation mode (Set a rotary switch 1
(SW1) to "A".)
(b) Select [Execute] button of "Clear CPU Memory" screen displayed by menu
[Online] [Clear CPU Memory]".
POINT
(1) Set the Motion CPU module to installation mode to clear all.
Be sure to set a rotary switch after power supply OFF.
(2) The user data area of FLASH ROM built-in Motion CPU module is also
cleared.
(3) All user data and password setting are cleared at the "Clear all".
It is recommended to be backup them in advance using MT Developer.
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4.7 Communication via Network
The communication between the personal computer and the Motion CPU is possible
via Q series Network module (MELSECNET/10(H), Ethernet, CC-Link and etc.) in the
Motion CPU (Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU).
Refer to the PLC manuals for the specifications of each network modules of
MELSECNET/10(H), Ethernet, CC-Link and Serial communication, the handling
method.
4.7.1 Specifications of the communications via network
(1) Communications via network enables using MT Developer in the Motion CPU.
(2) Access range of the communications via network of the Motion CPU is an access
range equivalent to QnUD(H)CPU. (Refer to Section "4.7.2 Access range of the
communications via network".)
(3) By setting the routing parameter to the control CPU of the network module and the
CPU which connected the peripheral devices in the network by
MELSECNET/10(H) and Ethernet, it is possible to relay to 8 network points and
communicate.
(4) Because the Motion CPU cannot become the control CPU of the network module,
there is not setting item of the network module and network parameter.
However, when connecting with the CPU on the other network from the peripheral
device which connected the Motion CPU, it needs to the setting of the routing
parameter.
(5) It can operate by remote control the monitor or program editing of the Motion CPU
via the intranet using the Ethernet module.
Personal Computer
Personal Computer
Ethernet
Ethernet
QnUD(H) Q173D/
Ethernet
CPU
Q172D
CPU
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Power supply
Power supply
Intranet
QnUD(H) Q173D/ Ethernet
CPU
Q172D
CPU
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4.7.2 Access range of the communications via network
(1) Network configuration via the MELSECNET/10(H) or the Ethernet
(a) It can access the other CPU via the network from the programming software
packages (GX Developer, MT Developer, etc.) of the personal computer
connected with the CPU or serial communication module in USB/RS-232.
(b) It can access the other CPU via the network from the programming software
packages in the personal computer by connecting the personal computer
equipped with Ethernet to MELSECNET/10(H) or Ethernet board to the
Ethernet to MELSECNET/10(H) or Ethernet.
(c) The access range of above (1) and (2) can be accessed to 8 network points
by setting the routing parameter to the control CPU of the network module
and the CPU which connected the personal computer.
<Example>
Personal
computer
USB/
RS-232
Personal
computer
Personal computer
MNET board or Ether
RS-232
C24 : Serial communication module
MNET : MELSECNET/10(H)
Ether : Ethernet
Network No.1
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
Network
No.2
Network No.3
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
Network No.4
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
Network No.5
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
Network
No.6
Network No.7
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
Network No.8
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
Network No.9
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
: Communication is possible
: Communication is possible (Setting of the routing parameter is necessary.)
: Communication is impossible
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(2) Network configuration via the CC-Link
(a) It can access the other CPU via the CC-link from the programming software
packages (GX Developer, MT Developer, etc.) of the personal computer
connected with the CPU or serial communication module in USB/RS-232.
(b) It can access the other CPU via the CC-Link from the programming software
packages in the personal computer by connecting the personal computer
equipped with CC-Link board to the CC-Link.
(c) The access range of above (1) is only the CPU on the CC-Link which a
system connects it to, and it can select a CC-Link network to connect by
specifying the I/O No. of the CC-Link module.
(d) The access range of above (2) is only the CPU of the connected the CCLink.
<Example 1>
Personal
computer
USB/
RS-232
Personal
computer
Personal computer
C24
: Serial communication module
CC-Link board
RS-232
Network No.1
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
CC-Link
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link CC-Link
CPU
CPU
Network
No.2
Network No.3
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
<Example 2>
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link CC-Link
CPU
CPU
Personal
computer
Network No.1
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
CC-Link
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
USB/
RS-232
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link CC-Link
CPU
CPU
Network
No.2
Network No.3
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
: Communication is possible
: Communication is impossible
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CPU
CPU
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(3) Network configuration via the RS-422/485
(a) It can access the other CPU via the RS-422/485 from the programming
software packages (GX Developer, MT Developer, etc.) of the personal
computer connected with the CPU or serial communication module in
USB/RS-232.
(b) The access range of above (1) is only the CPU on the RS-422/485 which a
system connects it to, and it can select RS-422/485 network to connect by
specifying the I/O No. of the C24 module.
<Example 1>
Personal
computer
USB/
RS-232
C24
Personal
computer
: Serial communication module
RS-232
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
RS-422/485
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
<Example 2>
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
C24
C24
Personal
computer
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
USB/
RS-232
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
RS-422/485
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
: Communication is possible
: Communication is impossible
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C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
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(4) Network configuration which MELSECNET/10(H), Ethernet, CCLink, RS-422/485 were mixed
(a) When the MELSECNET/10(H) or Ethernet is defined as "Network" and CCLink or RS-422/485 is defined as "Link", combination of whether to be able
to access from the programming software packages (GX Developer,
MT Developer, etc.) is shown below.
Usable/
unusable
Network communications
Programming software package
CPU (C24)
Network
Programming software package
CPU (C24)
Link
Link
CPU
Network
Programming software package
Network
CPU
Programming software package
Link
Programming software package
CPU (C24)
Network
Programming software package
CPU (C24)
Link
Programming software package
Network
Programming software package
Link
Link
CPU
Network
CPU
Link
Network
Link
Network
Network
Network
Link
Link
CPU
CPU
CPU
CPU
: Usable
: Unusable
(b) It can be accessed to 8 network points by setting the routing parameter in
the "Network".
(c) Because routing cannot access, it can access only the connected network.
The connected network can be selected by specifying the I/O No. of the
module.
<Example 1>
Personal
computer
USB/
RS-232
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
Personal
computer
Personal computer
MNET board or Ether
RS-232
C24 : Serial communication module
MNET : MELSECNET/10(H)
Ether : Ethernet
Network No.1
C24
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
Network
No.2
RS-422/485
Network No.3
Network No.4
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET CC-Link CC-Link
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
RS-422/485
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link MNET
CPU
or
CPU
Ether
: Communication is possible
: Communication is possible (Setting of the routing parameter is necessary.)
: Communication is impossible
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Network No.5
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
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<Example 2>
Personal
computer
USB/
RS-232
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
Personal
computer
C24 : Serial communication module
MNET : MELSECNET/10(H)
Ether : Ethernet
RS-232
RS-422/485
C24
CC-Link CC-Link
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link MNET
CPU
CPU
or
Ether
Network
No.1
RS-422/485
Network No.2
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link MNET
CPU
CPU
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
Network No.3
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
MNET
or
Ether
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
C24
<Example 3>
Personal computer
CC-Link board
RS-422/485
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
C24
CC-Link CC-Link
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link MNET
CPU
CPU
or
Ether
Network
No.1
RS-422/485
Network No.2
QnUD(H) Q173D CC-Link
CPU
CPU
QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
: Communication is possible
: Communication is possible (Setting of the routing parameter is necessary.)
: Communication is impossible
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QnUD(H) Q173D
CPU
CPU
MNET
or
Ether
MNET
or
Ether
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4.8 Monitor Function of the Main Cycle
(1) Information for main cycle of the Motion CPU (process cycle executed at free time
except for motion control) is stored to the special register.
(2) Since the automatic refresh of CPU shared memory and normal task of Motion
SFC program are executed in the main cycle, make it reference for process time,
etc. to program.
(3) There are following methods to shorten a main cycle.
(a) Lengthen an operation cycle setting.
(b) Reduce the number of event task programs to execute in the Motion SFC
program.
(c) Reduce the number of normal task programs to execute simultaneously in
the Motion SFC program.
(d) Reduce the number of automatic refresh points of CPU shared memory.
(4) When a main cycle is lengthened (more than 1.0[s]), a WDT error may occur in
the Motion CPU.
(5) Details of main cycle monitor register is shown below.
No.
Name
Meaning
Details
SD520 Scan time
Current scan time
(1ms units)
• Current scan time is stored in the unit 1[ms].
• Setting range (0 to 65535[ms])
SD521 Maximum scan time
Maximum scan time
(1ms units)
• Maximum main cycle is stored in the unit 1[ms].
• Setting range (0 to 65535[ms])
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4.9 Servo Parameter Reading Function
(1) When the servo parameters are changed, the Motion CPU will be automatically
read the servo parameters and reflected them to the servo parameter storage
area in the Motion CPU. Therefore, an operation to read servo parameters is
unnecessary in the following cases.
(a) The parameters are changed by auto tuning.
(b) The parameters are changed by connecting directly MR Configurator to the
servo amplifier.
POINT
If the power supply of Multiple CPU system is turned off/reset or the power supply
of servo amplifier is turned off immediately after change, it may not be reflected.
(2) After executing the servo parameter reading function, when it needs to reflect the
servo parameters changed to the MT Developer, read the servo parameters from
the Motion CPU and save data.
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4.10 Optional Data Monitor Function
This function is used to store the data (refer to following table) up to three points per
axis to the specified devices (D, W, #, U \G) and monitor them.
It can be set by the system setting of MT Developer.
(1) Data that can be set
Data type
Unit
Number of words
Effective load ratio
[%]
1
Regenerative load ratio
[%]
1
Peak load ratio
[%]
1
Position feed back
[PLS]
2
Absolute position encoder within onerevolution position
[PLS]
2
Load inertia ratio
[
0.1]
1
Position loop gain 1
[rad/s]
1
[V]
1
Bus voltage
(2) Devices that can be set
Word device
Device that can be set
D
0 to 8191
W
0 to 1FFF
#
U \G
0 to 7999
10000 to (10000+p-1)
(Note-1), (Note-2)
(Note-1): "p" indicates the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high speed transmission area
for the each CPU.
(Note-2): Only device of the self CPU can be used.
POINT
(1) The updating cycle of data is every operation cycle.
(2) Set an even number as device setting in the two word data.
(3) Refer to Chapter 2 for the user setting area points of the Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
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4.11 Connect/Disconnect Function
This function is used to temporarily suspend SSCNET communication while servo
amplifiers and/or SSCNET cables after Axis 1 are exchanged with the power supply
ON in a Multiple CPU system.
SD803 is required for connect/disconnect and SD508 stores the command status for
"accept waiting" or "execute waiting" during this process. If a servo amplifier was
previously removed using the connect/disconnect function, it must be used again to
reconnect the servo amplifier. This function is only required when there is a desire to
maintain communication to all axes in front of the one being removed.
No connect/disconnect processing is required if the power supply to Axis 1 is
shutdown.
(1) Connect/disconnect status devices
Device No.
Overview
Set by
The execute status for a connect/disconnect is stored.
Monitoring value
Status
Contents
0
Connect/disconnect
Connect command or disconnect command is in the status
command accept waiting that can be accepted
-1
Connect/disconnect
execute waiting
-2
While
Connect/disconnect is in process.
connecting/disconnecting
SD508
SD508 is waiting for connect/disconnect execute command
after accepting a connect command or disconnect command.
System
(2) Connect/disconnect command devices
Device No.
Overview
Set by
The connect/disconnect command is set.
Setting value
0
SD803
1 to 32
Command
Contents
None
This value is set if there is no command.
Disconnect command
Set axis No. "1 to 32" to be disconnected.
-10
Connect command
Set to connect axis while disconnecting.
-2
Connect/disconnect
execute command
Connect/disconnect processing is executed by setting this
value in the status of a connect/disconnect execute waiting.
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POINT
(1) After completion of SSCNET communication disconnect processing, be sure to
check the LED display of the servo amplifier for "AA" before turning OFF its
the power supply.
(2) When a "1 to 32 : Disconnect command" and/or "-10 : Connect command"
are set to the "Connect/disconnect command device (SD803)", the status of
the SD508 changes to the "-1: Connect/disconnect waiting" state. In order to
complete connect/disconnect processing, "-2 : Connect/disconnect execute
command" must be set to SD803 to execute the prior connect/disconnect
command.
(3) When "1 to 32 : Disconnect command" is set to axis not disconnect, the
connect/disconnect status device (SD508) returns "0" without entering the
status of "-1 : Connect/disconnect execute waiting".
(4) Operation failure may occur in some axes if the power supply of servo
amplifiers connected after them on the SSCNET system is turned OFF. Be
sure to use the disconnect function before turning OFF the power supply of
any servo amplifiers connected after an amplifier whose power remains on.
(3) Procedure for connect/disconnect function to exchange the servo amplifier or
SSCNET cable is shown below.
(a) Operation procedure to disconnect
1) Set the axis No. to disconnect in SD803. (Setting value: 1 to 32)
2) Check that "-1: Disconnect execute waiting" is set in SD508.
(Disconnect execute waiting)
3) Set "-2: Disconnect execute command" in SD803.
4) Check that "0: Disconnect command accept waiting" is set in SD508.
(Completion of disconnection)
5) Turn OFF the power supply of servo amplifier after checking its LED
display for "AA" and then disconnect.
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(b) Operation procedure to connect
1) Turn ON the power supply of the servo amplifier.
2) Set "-10: Connect command" in SD803.
3) Check that "-1: Connect execute waiting" is set in SD508.
(Connect execute waiting)
4) Set "-2: Connect execute command" in SD803.
5) Check that SD508 is "0: Connect command accept waiting" is set in
SD508.
(Completion of connection)
6) Resume operation of servo amplifier after verifying the servo ready
status (M2415+20n) is ON.
(4) Flow for device value at connect/disconnect operation is shown below.
(a) Disconnect operation
Command
SD803
Monitor
SD508
Disconnect command
(Axis No. of servo amplifier
to disconnect)
Disconnect execute
command
1 to 32
-2
0
Disconnect
command clear
0
0
-1
-2
0
Disconnect command
accept waiting
Disconnect execute
waiting
Disconnect
processing execute
Completion of
disconnection
(b) Connect operation
Command
SD803
Monitor
SD508
0
Connect command
Connect execute command
-10
-2
-1
0
Connect command
accept waiting
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Connect execute waiting
Connect command clear
0
-2
Connect processing execute
0
Completion of
connection
4 AUXILIARY AND APPLIED FUNCTIONS
<Program example>
(1) Self CPU program which connects/disconnects servo amplifiers from Axis 5 on
Disconnect procedure: Turn OFF the power supply of servo amplifier after
checking its LED display for "AA".
Connect procedure:
Resume operation of servo amplifier after verifying
that the servo ready (M2415+20n) is ON.
System configuration
Q61P QnUD(H) Q172D
CPU
CPU
QY40
QY40
Q172D
LX
QY40
Disconnection (From Axis 5 on)
AMP
Axis 1
AMP
Axis 2
M
AMP
Axis 3
M
AMP
AMP
Axis 4
M
Axis 5
M
AMP
Axis 8
M
M
(a) Motion SFC program
Disconnect operation
Connect operation
Disconnect processing
[G10]
[F10]
[G20]
[F20]
[G30]
Connect processing
[G10]
SD508==0
Check the disconnect
command accept status.
SD803=5
Set "5" (Disconnect from
Axis 5 on) as disconnect
command in SD803.
SD508==-1
Disconnect execute waiting
[G20]
SD803=-2
Set "-2" as disconnect
execute command in
SD803.
[F20]
SD508==0
Check the completion of
disconnect processing.
[G30]
[F10]
END
SD508==0
Check the connect
command accept status.
SD803=-10
Set "-10" as connect
command in SD803.
SD508==-1
Connect execute waiting
SD803=-2
Set "-2" as connect
execute command in
SD803.
SD508==0
Check the completion of
connect processing.
END
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(2) PLC CPU program which connects/disconnects servo amplifiers from Axis 5 on
which is connected to the Motion CPU (CPU No.2).
Disconnect procedure: Turn X0 OFF to ON, and then turn OFF the power
supply of servo amplifier after checking the LED
display "AA" of servo amplifier.
Connect procedure:
Turn X1 OFF to ON, and then resume operation of
servo amplifier after checking the servo ready
(M2415+20n) of servo amplifier.
System configuration
Q61P QnUD(H) Q172D
CPU
CPU
QY40
QY40
Q172D
LX
QY40
Disconnection (From Axis 5 on)
AMP
AMP
Axis 1
Axis 2
M
AMP
Axis 3
M
AMP
AMP
Axis 4
M
Axis 5
M
AMP
Axis 8
M
M
PLC program
SM400
0
M100
M101
MOV
K1
D51
MOV
K-2
D104
Set "-2" as disconnect execute
command in D104.
MOV
K5
D102
Set "5" (Disconnect afrom Axis 5 on)
as disconnect command in D102.
X0
M102
5
SET
M100
X1
MOV
K-10
SET
M100
DP.DDRD
M10
D100
H3E1
SD508
D100
M10
RST
M100
SET
M101
Read the data of SD508 for Multiple
CPU system (CPU No.2) by turning
M100 ON, and store it to data area
(D100) of self CPU.
M12
DP.DDWR H3E1
M12
D50
D102
SD803
M12
M13
RST
M101
SET
M102
Write the data of SD803 for Multiple
CPU system (CPU No.2) to D102 by
turning M101 ON.
(Disconnect command/Connect
command)
M10
57
DP.DDRD
M10
H3E1
D50
SD508
D100
M10
M11
=
D100
K-1
RST
M102
SET
M103
Read the data of SD508 for Multiple
CPU system (CPU No.2) by turning
M102 ON, and store it to data area
(D100) of self CPU.
M12
78
DP.DDWR H3E1
M12
M104
D50
K0
39
M103
M100
M11
=
M102
Set "-10" as connect command
in D102.
M10
18
M101
D102
D50
D104
SD803
M12
M13
RST
M103
SET
M104
Write the data of SD803 for Multiple
CPU system (CPU No.2) to D104 by
turning M103 ON.
(Disconnect execute command)
M10
96
DP.DDRD
M10
H3E1
D50
SD508
D100
M10
M11
=
D100
K0
RST
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M104
Read the data of SD508 for Multiple
CPU system (CPU No.2) by turning
M104 ON, and store it to data area
(D100) of self CPU.
4 AUXILIARY AND APPLIED FUNCTIONS
4.12 Remote operation
This function is used to control the following operation of Motion CPU using
MT Developer.
• Remote RUN/STOP
• Remote latch clear
POINT
Latch clear can be executed only using the remote control of MT Developer.
4.12.1 Remote RUN/STOP
The PLC ready flag (M2000) is turned ON/OFF by MT Developer with RUN/STOP
switch of Motion CPU module set to RUN.
(1) Operation procedure
(a) Remote RUN
Select [RUN] on "CPU remote operation" screen displayed by menu [Online]
– [Remote Operation], and click [Execute] button.
(b) Remote STOP
Select [STOP] on "CPU remote operation" screen displayed by menu
[Online] – [Remote Operation], and click [Execute] button.
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4 AUXILIARY AND APPLIED FUNCTIONS
POINT
(1) Remote RUN cannot be executed if RUN/STOP switch sets to STOP.
Operation after remote operation by RUN/STOP switch is shown below.
Position of RUN/STOP switch
RUN
Remote operation
STOP
Execute remote RUN
RUN
STOP
Execute remote STOP
STOP
STOP
(2) The following parameters are read by turning on the PLC ready flag (M2000).
• Fixed parameter
• Parameter block
• Home position return data
• JOG operation data
• Servo parameter
• Mechanical system program (SV22)
• Motion SFC parameter
• Limit switch parameter
REMARK
The PLC ready flag (M2000) can also be turned ON/OFF (PCPU READY complete
flag (SM500) ON/OFF) in the following methods.
• RUN/STOP switch change
• PLC ready flag (M2000) ON/OFF
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4.12.2 Remote latch clear
Device data of Motion CPU that latched are cleared by MT Developer at PLC
ready flag (M2000) OFF (PCPU READY complete flag (SM500) OFF).
Operation for remote latch clear is combined with remote RUN/STOP.
(1) Operation procedure
(a) Turn OFF the PLC ready flag (M2000) (PCPU READY complete flag
(SM500) OFF) by remote STOP.
(b) Select [Latch clear (1)] or [Latch clear (1)(2)] on "CPU remote operation"
screen displayed by menu [Online] – [Remote Operation], and click
[Execute] button.
(Note): Execute remote RUN to turn ON the PLC ready flag (M2000) after
remote latch clear.
POINT
(1) Remote latch clear cannot be operated while the PLC ready flag (M2000) is ON
(PCPU READY complete flag (SM500) is ON) or test mode.
(2) The following latch area are cleared in the remote latch clear operation.
• Latch clear (1)
: Clear the range set in latch area (1)
• Latch clear (1)(2) : Clear the range set in latch area (1) and (2)
(3) The user area (#0 to #7999) of motion device are also cleared by executing remote
latch clear.
(4) All of the user device not latched are cleared by the remote latch clear operation of
latch area (1) and (2).
(5) Set the range of latch area (1) and (2) in the system basic setting of system setting.
(Refer to Section 3.1.3.)
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MEMO
4 - 44
APPENDICES
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1 Special relays/Special registers
APPENDIX 1.1 Special relays
Special relays are internal relays whose applications are fixed in the Motion CPU. For
this reason, they cannot be used in the same way as the normal internal relays by the
Motion SFC programs.
However, they can be turned ON/OFF as needed in order to control the Motion CPU.
The headings in the table that follows have the following meanings.
Item
No.
Explanation
• Indicates the device No. of the special relay.
Name
• Indicates the name of the special relay.
Meaning
• Indicates the nature of the special relay.
Details
• Indicates detailed information about the nature of the special relay.
• Indicates whether the relay is set by the system or user, and, if it is set by system, when
setting is performed.
<Set by>
S: Set by system (Motion CPU)
U: Set by user (Motion SFC program or test operation using MT Developer)
S/U: Set by both system (Motion CPU) and user
Set by
(When set)
<When set>
Indicated only if setting is done by system (Motion CPU).
Main process: Set during each main processing (free time processing of the CPU)
Initial process: Set only during initial processing (when power supply is turned ON, or
when executed the reset)
Status change : Set only when there is a change in status
Error : Set when error is occurred.
Request : Set only when there is a user request (Special relay, etc.)
Operation cycle : Set during each operation cycle of the Motion CPU.
APP - 1
APP.
APPENDICES
Table 1.1 Special relay list
No.
SM0
SM1
SM51
SM52
Name
Meaning
Details
Set by
(When set)
• Turn ON if an error occurs as a result of diagnosis.
• Remains ON even if the condition is restored to normal
thereafter.
• Turn ON by ON to OFF of the Motion error detection flag
(M2039) for except the stop error after confirming the error
content.
Diagnostic error
OFF : No error
ON : Error
Self-diagnostic error
• Turn ON if an error occurs as a result of self-diagnosis.
• Remains ON even if the condition is restored to normal
OFF : No self-diagnostic error thereafter.
ON : Self-diagnostic error
• Turn ON by ON to OFF of the Motion error detection flag
(M2039) for except the stop error after confirming the error
content.
Battery low latch
OFF : Normal
ON : Battery low
• Turn ON if the voltage of external battery reduces to less than
2.5[V].
• Remains ON even if the condition is restored to normal
thereafter.
Battery low
OFF : Normal
ON : Battery low
• Turn on when the voltage of the external battery reduces to
less than 2.5[V].
• Turn OFF when the voltage of external battery returns to
normal.
S (Occur an error)
• Turn ON if an instantaneous power failure of within 20[ms]
occurs during use of the AC power supply module.
Reset when the power supply is switched OFF, then ON.
SM53
AC/DC DOWN
detection
OFF : AC/DC DOWN
not detected
ON : AC/DC DOWN
detected
SM58
Battery low warning
latch
OFF : Normal
ON : Battery low
• Turn ON if the voltage of external battery reduces to less than
2.7[V].
• Remains ON even if the condition is restored to normal
thereafter.
SM59
Battery low warning
OFF : Normal
ON : Battery low
• Turn on when the voltage of the external battery reduces to
less than 2.7[V].
• Turn OFF when the voltage of external battery returns to
normal.
SM60
• Turn ON if there is at least one output module whose fuse
OFF : Normal
has blown.
Fuse blown detection
ON : Module with blown fuse • Remains ON even if the condition is restored to normal
thereafter.
• Turn ON if an instantaneous power failure of within 10[ms]
occurs during use of the AC power supply module.
Reset when the power supply is switched OFF, then ON.
SM211 Clock data error
OFF : No error
ON : Error
• Turn ON if an error occurs in clock data (SD210 to SD213)
value, and turn OFF if no error is detected.
SM220 CPU No.1 READY
(Note-1)
complete
OFF : CPU No.1 READY
incompletion
ON : CPU No.1 READY
completion
• Turn ON if CPU No. 1 which uses Multiple CPU high speed
bus can be operated between Multiple CPU.
SM221 CPU No.2 READY
(Note-1)
complete
OFF : CPU No.2 READY
incompletion
ON : CPU No.2 READY
completion
• Turn ON if CPU No. 2 which uses Multiple CPU high speed
bus can be operated between Multiple CPU.
SM222 CPU No.3 READY
(Note-1)
complete
OFF : CPU No.3 READY
incompletion
ON : CPU No.3 READY
completion
• Turn ON if CPU No. 3 which uses Multiple CPU high speed
bus can be operated between Multiple CPU.
SM223 CPU No.4 READY
(Note-1)
complete
OFF : CPU No.4 READY
incompletion
ON : CPU No.4 READY
completion
• Turn ON if CPU No. 4 which uses Multiple CPU high speed
bus can be operated between Multiple CPU.
SM240 No.1 CPU resetting
OFF : CPU No.1 reset cancel
• Goes OFF when reset of the CPU No.1 is cancelled.
ON : CPU No.1 resetting
SM241 No.2 CPU resetting
OFF : CPU No.2 reset cancel
• Goes OFF when reset of the CPU No.2 is cancelled.
ON : CPU No.2 resetting
SM242 No.3 CPU resetting
OFF : CPU No.3 reset cancel
• Goes OFF when reset of the CPU No.3 is cancelled.
ON : CPU No.3 resetting
APP - 2
S (Request)
S (Change status)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.1 Special relay list (Continued)
No.
Name
Meaning
Details
SM243 No.4 CPU resetting
OFF : CPU No.4 reset cancel
• Goes OFF when reset of the CPU No.4 is cancelled.
ON : CPU No.4 resetting
SM244 No.1 CPU error
OFF : CPU No.1 normal
ON : CPU No.1 during stop
error
• Goes OFF when the CPU No.1 is normal. (Including a
continuation error)
(Note-2)
• Comes ON when the CPU No.1 is during stop error.
SM245 No.2 CPU error
OFF : CPU No.2 normal
ON : CPU No.2 during stop
error
• Goes OFF when the CPU No.2 is normal. (Including a
continuation error)
(Note-2)
• Comes ON when the CPU No.2 is during stop error.
SM246 No.3 CPU error
OFF : CPU No.3 normal
ON : CPU No.4 during stop
error
• Goes OFF when the CPU No.3 is normal. (Including a
continuation error)
(Note-2)
• Comes ON when the CPU No.3 is during stop error.
OFF : CPU No.4 normal
ON : CPU No.4 during stop
error
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
• Goes OFF when the CPU No.4 is normal. (Including a
continuation error)
(Note-2)
• Comes ON when the CPU No.4 is during stop error.
SM247 No.4 CPU error
SM400 Always ON
SM401 Always OFF
Set by
(When set)
S (Change status)
• Normally is ON.
S (Main processing)
• Normally is OFF.
ON : PCPU READY
completion
OFF : PCPU READY
incompletion
• When the PLC ready flag (M2000) turn OFF to ON, the
fixed parameters, servo parameters and limit switch output
data, etc., are checked, and if no error is detected, this flag
turns ON.
• Turn OFF with PLC ready flag (M2000) OFF.
ON : TEST mode ON
OFF : Except TEST mode
• Judge whether TEST mode ON or not using MT Developer.
• If the TEST mode is not established by TEST mode request
using MT Developer, the TEST mode request error flag
(SM510) turns ON.
ON : Forced stop OFF
OFF : Forced stop ON
• Confirm forced stop ON/OFF.
S (Operation cycle)
Digital oscilloscope
SM503
executing
ON : Digital oscilloscope is
stop
OFF : Digital oscilloscope is
executing
• Confirm the execution of digital oscilloscope using MT
Developer.
S (Change status)
TEST mode request
SM510
error
ON : Abnormal
OFF : Normal
• Turn ON if the TEST mode is not established by TEST mode
request using MT Developer.
• When this relay is ON, the error content is stored in the
TEST mode request error register (SD510, SD511).
ON : Abnormal
OFF : Normal
• Turn ON when a "watchdog timer error" is detected by the
Motion CPU self-diagnosis function.
When the Motion CPU detects a WDT error, it executes an
immediate stop without deceleration of the operating axes.
• The error cause is stored in the "Motion CPU WDT error
cause (SD512)".
SM500
PCPU READY
complete
SM501 Test mode ON
SM502
SM512
External forced stop
input
Motion CPU WDT
error
ON
Manual pulse
SM513 generator axis setting
OFF
error
: At least one D714 to
D719 setting is
abnormal.
: All D714 to D719
settings are normal.
• Judge whether normal/abnormal of the register for manual
pulse generator axis setting register (D714 to D719).
• When this relay is ON, the error content is stored in the
manual pulse generator axis setting error register (SD513
to SD515).
SM516
Servo program
setting error
ON : Abnormal
OFF : Normal
• Judge whether normal/abnormal of the positioning data of
servo program(K) specified with the Motion SFC program,
and if error is detected this flag turns ON.
• The content of a servo program setting error is stored at
SD516, SD517.
SM526
Over heat warning
latch
OFF : Normal
ON : Abnormal
• Turn ON when the temperature of Motion CPU module
becomes specified value 85[°C] (185[°F]) or more.
Remains ON even if normal status is restored.
SM527 Over heat warning
OFF : Normal
ON : Abnormal
• Turn ON when the temperature of Motion CPU module
becomes specified value 85[°C] (185[°F]) or more.
Turn OFF when the temperature of Motion CPU module
returns to normal.
APP - 3
S (Request)
S (Occur an error)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.1 Special relay list (Continued)
No.
Name
Meaning
Details
SM528
No.1 CPU MULTR
complete
OFF to ON :
CPU No.1 read completion
• Turn ON when the data read from CPU No.1 is normal by
MULTR instruction.
SM529
No.2 CPU MULTR
complete
OFF to ON :
CPU No.2 read completion
• Turn ON when the data read from CPU No.2 is normal by
MULTR instruction.
SM530
No.3 CPU MULTR
complete
OFF to ON :
CPU No.3 read completion
• Turn ON when the data read from CPU No.3 is normal by
MULTR instruction.
SM531
No.4 CPU MULTR
complete
OFF to ON :
CPU No.4 read completion
• Turn ON when the data read from CPU No.4 is normal by
MULTR instruction.
SM801
Clock data read
request
OFF : Ignored
ON : Read request
• When this relay is ON, clock data is read to SD210 to
SD213 as BCD values.
Set by
(When set)
Remark
S (Read completion)
U
(Note-1) : It is used for interlock condition of Multiple CPU high speed bus dedicated instruction when a synchronous system
set in Multiple CPU synchronous startup setting of system setting.
(Note-2) : The CPU No.1 is reset after the factor of the stop error is removed to cancel a stop error → Resetting is cancelled.
APP - 4
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1.2 Special registers
Special registers are internal registers whose applications are fixed in the
Motion CPU. For this reason, it is not possible to use these registers in Motion
SFC programs in the same way that normal registers are used.
However, data can be written as needed in order to control the Motion CPU.
Data stored in the special registers are stored as BIN values if no special
designation has been made to the contrary.
The headings in the table that follows have the following meanings.
Item
Explanation
Number
• Indicates the No. of the special register.
Name
• Indicates the name of the special register.
Meaning
• Indicates the nature of the special register.
Details
• Indicates detailed information about the nature of the special register.
• Indicates whether the register is set by the system or user, and, if it is set by system,
when setting is performed.
<Set by>
S: Set by system (Motion CPU)
U: Set by user (Motion SFC program or test operation using MT Developer)
S/U: Set by both system (Motion CPU) and user
Set by
(When set)
<When set>
Indicated only if setting is done by system (Motion CPU).
Main process: Set during each main processing (free time processing of the CPU)
Initial process: Set only during initial processing (when power supply is turned ON, or
when executed the reset)
Status change : Set only when there is a change in status
Error : Set when error is occurred.
Request : Set only when there is a user request (Special relay, etc.)
Operation cycle : Set during each operation cycle of the Motion CPU.
APP - 5
APPENDICES
Table 1.2 Special register list
No.
SD0
Name
Diagnostic errors
Meaning
Diagnostic error
code
Details
Set by
(When set)
• Error codes for errors found by diagnosis are stored as BIN data.
• Refer to "APPENDIX 3" for details of the error code.
• After confirm the error content, except the stop error, it is possible to clear by
ON to OFF of the Motion error detection flag (M2039).
• Clear SD0 to SD26 by ON to OFF of the Motion error detection flag (M2039)
for except the stop error after confirming the error content.
• The year (last two digits) and month that SD0 data was updated is stored as
BCD 2-digit code.
SD1
SD2
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Year(0 to 99) Month(1 to 12)
Clock time for
diagnostic error
occurrence
Clock time for
diagnostic error
occurrence
Example : January 2006
H0601
• The day and hour that SD0 data was updated is stored as BCD 2-digit code.
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Day(1 to 31)
Hour(0 to 23)
Example : 25st, 10 a.m
H2510
• The minute and second that SD0 data was updated is stored as BCD 2-digit
code.
SD3
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Minute(0 to 59) Second(0 to 59)
Example : 35min., 48 sec.
H3548
• Category codes which help indicate what type of information is being stored in
the error common information areas (SD5 to SD15) and error individual
information areas (SD16 to SD26) are stored. The category code for judging
the error information type is stored.
SD4
Error information Error information
categories
category code
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
Error common
information
Error common
information
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Individual information Common information
category codes
category codes
• The common information category codes store the following codes.
0: No error
1: Module No./CPU No./Base No.
• The individual information category codes store the following codes.
0: No error
5: Parameter No.
13:Parameter No./CPU No.
• Common information corresponding to the diagnostic error (SD0) is stored.
• The error common information type can be judged by SD4 (common
information category code).
1: Module No./CPU No./Base No.
• For the Multiple CPU system, Module No. or CPU No. is stored
depending on the error that occurred.
(Refer to corresponding error code for which No. has been stored.)
CPU No.1: 1, CPU No.2: 2, CPU No.3: 3, CPU No.4: 4
No.
Meaning
SD5
Module No./CPU No./Base No.
SD6
I/O No.
SD7
to
SD15
Empty
APP - 6
S (Occur an error)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.2 Special register list (Continued)
No.
Name
Meaning
SD16
Set by
(When set)
Details
• Individual information corresponding to the diagnostic error (SD0) is stored.
• The error individual information type can be judged by SD4 (individual
information category code).
5: Parameter No.
SD17
SD18
SD19
SD20
No.
Meaning
SD21
SD16
Parameter No.
SD22
SD17
to
SD26
Empty
SD23
SD24
SD25
0401H
Error individual
information
Error individual
information
:Base setting
0406H
:Motion slot setting
0E00H
:Multiple CPU setting (Number of Multiple CPU's)
0E01H
:Multiple CPU setting (Operation mode/Multiple CPU
synchronous startup)
E008H
:Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting
(CPU specific send range setting/ (System area))
S (Occur an error)
E009H/E00AH :Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting
(Automatic refresh setting)
E00BH
SD26
:Synchronous setting
13: Parameter No./CPU No.
No.
Meaning
SD16
Parameter No.
SD17
CPU No.(1 to 4)
SD18
to
SD26
Empty
SD53
AC/DC DOWN
counter No.
Number of times
for AC/DC DOWN
• Every time the input voltage fails to or below 85[%] (AC power)/65[%] (DC
power) the rating during calculation of the Motion CPU module, the value is
incremented by 1 and stored in BIN code.
SD60
Fuse blown No.
Module No. with
blown fuse
• The lowest station I/O No. of the module with the blown fuse is stored.
• The CPU switch status is stored in the following format.
B15
SD200 Status of switch
Status of CPU
switch
B12 B11
B8 B7
B4 B3
Not used
2)
1) CPU switch status
0: RUN
1: STOP
2) Memory card switch
Always OFF
B0
1)
• The CPU operating status is stored as indicated in the following figure.
B15
SD203
Operating status Operating status
of CPU
of CPU
B12 B11
B8 B7
B4 B3
2)
1) Operating status of CPU
0: RUN
2: STOP
2) STOP cause
0: RUN/STOP switch
4: Error
(Note) Priority is earliest first
APP - 7
B0
1)
S (Main processing)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.2 Special register list (Continued)
No.
Name
Meaning
Set by
(When set)
Details
• The year (last two digits) and month are stored as BCD code.
B15
to
B12 B11
to
B8 B7
to
Clock data
(Year, Month)
SD210
Year
B4 B3
to
B0
Example : July, 2006
H0607
B0
Example : 31st, 10 a.m.
H3110
Month
• The day and hour are stored as BCD code.
B15
to
B12 B11
to
B8 B7
to
B4 B3
to
Clock data
(Day, Hour)
SD211
Day
Hour
• The minutes and seconds are stored as BCD code.
SD212 Clock data
Clock data
(Minute, Second)
B15
to
B12 B11
to
B8 B7
to
B4 B3
to
B0
Example : 35 min., 48 sec.
H3548
S/U (Request)
Second
Minute
• The day of week is stored as BCD code.
B15
Clock data
(Day of week)
SD213
to
B12 B11
to
B8 B7
to
B4 B3
to
B0
Example : Friday
H0005
Day of week
Always set to "0".
0
Sunday
1
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
SD290
Number of points
assigned for X
• Stores the number of points currently set for X devices.
SD291
Number of points
assigned for Y
• Stores the number of points currently set for Y devices.
SD292
Number of points
assigned for M
• Stores the number of points currently set for M devices.
SD293
Number of points
assigned for L
• Stores the number of points currently set for L devices.
SD294
Number of points
assigned for B
• Stores the number of points currently set for B devices.
SD295
Number of points
assigned for F
• Stores the number of points currently set for F devices.
SD296
Number of points
assigned for SB
• Stores the number of points currently set for SB devices.
Number of points
assigned for V
• Stores the number of points currently set for V devices.
SD298
Number of points
assigned for S
• Stores the number of points currently set for S devices.
SD299
Number of points
assigned for T
• Stores the number of points currently set for T devices.
SD300
Number of points
assigned for ST
• Stores the number of points currently set for ST devices.
SD301
Number of points
assigned for C
• Stores the number of points currently set for C devices.
SD302
Number of points
assigned for D
• Stores the number of points currently set for D devices.
SD303
Number of points
assigned for W
• Stores the number of points currently set for W devices.
SD304
Number of points
assigned for SW
• Stores the number of points currently set for SW devices.
SD297
Device
assignment
APP - 8
S (Initial processing)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.2 Special register list (Continued)
No.
Name
Meaning
SD395 Multiple CPU No. Multiple CPU No.
Details
• CPU No. of the self CPU is stored.
Set by
(When set)
S (Initial processing)
Real mode axis
SD500
information
SD501
register
• The information (Real mode axis: 0/Except real mode axis: 1) used as a real
mode axis at the time of switching from real mode to virtual mode is stored.
Real mode axis
SD500 : b0 to b15 (Axis 1 to 16)
information register SD501 : b0 to b15 (Axis 17 to 32)
• The real mode axis information does not change at the time of switching from
virtual mode to real mode
S (At virtual mode
transition)
Servo amplifier
SD502
loading
SD503
information
• The loading status (loading: 1/non-loading: 0) of the servo amplifier checked
in initial process, and stored as the bit data.
SD502 : b0 to b15 (Axis 1 to 16)
Servo amplifier
SD503 : b0 to b15 (Axis 17 to 32)
loading information
• The axis which turned from non-loading to loading status after power-on is
handled as loaded. (However, the axis which turned from loading to nonloading status remains as loaded.)
S (Initial processing)
SD504 Real mode/virtual Real mode /virtual
SD505 mode switching mode switching
SD506 error information error code
Connect/
SD508 Disconnect
(Status)
Connect/
disconnect of
SSCNET
• When a mode switching error occurs in real-to-virtual or virtual-to-real
mode switching, or a mode continuation error occurs in the virtual mode, its
error information is stored.
S (Occur an error)
• This signal is used to temporarily suspend SSCNET communication while
servo amplifiers and/or SSCNET cables after Axis 1 are exchanged with the
power supply ON in a Multiple CPU system.
SD508 stores the command status for "accept waiting" or "execute waiting"
during this process.
0 : Connect/disconnect command accept waiting
-1 : Connect/disconnect execute waiting
S (Main processing)
-2 Connect/disconnect executing
SD510 Test mode
SD511 request error
SD512
It is operating in
requirement error
occurrence of the
test mode, axis
information
Motion CPU
Error meaning of
WDT error cause WDT error occurs
SD513 Manual pulse
SD514 generator axis
SD515 setting error
• Each axis is stopping: 0/Operating: 1, information is stored as a bit data.
SD510 : b0 to b15 (Axis 1 to Axis 16)
SD511 : b0 to b15 (Axis 17 to Axis 32)
• The following error codes are stored in SD512.
1: S/W fault 1
2: Operation cycle over
3: Q bus WDT error
4: WDT error
201 to 215: Q bus H/W fault
250 to 253: Servo amplifier interface H/W fault
300: S/W fault 3
301: 15 CPSTART instructions of 8 or more points were started
simultaneously.
303: S/W fault 4
Manual pulse
generator axis
setting error
information
• Contents of the manual pulse generator axis setting error is stored when the
manual pulse generator axis setting error flag (SM513) turn on.
(Normal: 0/Setting error: 1)
SD513 : The manual pulse generator axis setting error is stored in b0 to b2
(P1 to P3).
The smoothing magnification setting is stored in b3 to b5 (P1 to P3).
SD514 : One pulse input magnification setting error is stored in b0 to b15
(axis 1 to axis 16).
SD515 : One pulse input magnification setting error is stored in b0 to b15
(axis 17 to axis 32).
• When the servo program setting error flag (SM516) turns on, the erroneous
servo program No. will be stored.
SD516
Error program
No.
Error program No.
of servo program
SD517
Error item
information
Error code of servo • When the servo program setting error flag (SM516) turns on, the error code
program
corresponding to the erroneous setting item will be stored.
SD520 Scan time
SD521
Maximum scan
time
Scan time
(1ms units)
• Main cycle is stored in the unit 1ms.
Setting range (0 to 65535[ms])
Maximum scan
time (1ms units)
• The maximum value of the main cycle is stored in the unit 1ms.
Setting range (0 to 65535[ms])
APP - 9
S (Occur an error)
S (Main processing)
Remark
APPENDICES
Table 1.2 Special register list (Continued)
No.
SD522
Name
Meaning
Motion operation Motion operation
cycle
cycle
Operation cycle
SD523 of the Motion
CPU setting
Connect/
SD803 Disconnect
(Command)
Details
• The time required for motion operation cycle is stored in the [µs] unit.
Operation cycle
of the Motion CPU • The setting operation cycle is stored in the [µs] unit.
setting
Connect/
disconnect of
SSCNET
• This signal is used to temporarily suspend SSCNET communication while
servo amplifiers and/or SSCNET cables after Axis 1 are exchanged with the
power supply ON in a Multiple CPU system.
SD803 is required for connect/disconnect during this process.
1 to 32 : Disconnect command
-10 : Connect command
-2 : Connect/disconnect execute command
APP - 10
Set by
(When set)
S (Operation cycle)
S (Initial processing)
U
Remark
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1.3 Replacement of special relays/special registers
When a project for Q173HCPU(-T)/Q172HCPU(-T)/Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T)/
Q173CPU/Q172CPU is converted into a project for Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU using the
"Project management - File diversion" in MT Developer, special relays (M9000 to
M9255) and special registers (D9000 to D9255) are automatically converted into new
special relays (SM2000 to SM2255) and special registers (SD2000 to SD2255)
respectively.
However, in order to maintain the same functionality the user must manually convert
them to the special relays and special registers shown in Table 1.3 and Table 1.4
below for Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU.
Table 1.3 Replacement of special relays
Device No.
Special relays for
Q173HCPU(-T)/Q172HCPU(-T)/
Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T)
Q173CPU/Q172CPU
Automatically
converted to
special relays
Special relays for
Q173DCPU/
Q172DCPU
Name
M9000
SM2000
SM60
Fuse blown detection
M9005
SM2005
SM53
AC/DC DOWN detection
M9006
SM2006
SM52
Battery low
M9007
SM2007
SM51
Battery low latch
M9008
SM2008
SM1
Self-diagnostic error
M9010
SM2010
SM0
M9025
—
—
M9026
SM2026
SM211
M9028
SM2028
SM801
Clock data read request
M9036
SM2036
SM400
Always ON
M9037
SM2037
SM401
Always OFF
M9060
SM2060
—
M9073
SM2073
SM512
Motion CPU WDT error
M9074
SM2074
SM500
PCPU READY complete
M9075
SM2075
SM501
Test mode ON
M9076
SM2076
SM502
External forced stop input
Remark
Diagnostic error
Clock data set request
Clock data error
Diagnostic error reset
M9077
SM2077
SM513
Manual pulse generator axis setting error
M9078
SM2078
SM510
TEST mode request error
M9079
SM2079
SM516
Servo program setting error
M9216
SM2216
SM528
No.1 CPU MULTR complete
M9217
SM2217
SM529
No.2 CPU MULTR complete
M9218
SM2218
SM530
No.3 CPU MULTR complete
M9219
SM2219
SM531
No.4 CPU MULTR complete
M9240
SM2240
SM240
No.1 CPU resetting
M9241
SM2241
SM241
No.2 CPU resetting
M9242
SM2242
SM242
No.3 CPU resetting
M9243
SM2243
SM243
No.4 CPU resetting
M9244
SM2244
SM244
No.1 CPU error
M9245
SM2245
SM245
No.2 CPU error
M9246
SM2246
SM246
No.3 CPU error
M9247
SM2247
SM247
No.4 CPU error
APP - 11
Use M2039 for error
reset operation.
APPENDICES
Table 1.4 Replacement of special registers
Device No.
Special relays for
Q173HCPU(-T)/Q172HCPU(-T)/
Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T)
Q173CPU/Q172CPU
Automatically
converted to
special relays
Special relays for
Q173DCPU/
Q172DCPU
Name
D9000
SD2000
SD60
Fuse blown No.
D9005
SD2005
SD53
AC/DC DOWN counter No.
D9008
SD2008
SD0
Diagnostic errors
D9010
SD2010
SD1
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Year, month)
D9011
SD2011
SD2
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Day, hour)
D9012
SD2012
SD3
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Minute, second)
D9013
SD2013
SD4
Error information categories
D9014
SD2014
SD5
Error common information
D9015
SD2015
SD203
Operating status of CPU
D9017
SD2017
SD520
Scan time
D9019
SD2019
SD521
Maximum scan time
D9025
SD2025
SD210
Clock data (Year, month)
D9026
SD2026
SD211
Clock data (Day, hour)
D9027
SD2027
SD212
Clock data (Minute, second)
D9028
SD2028
SD213
Clock data (Day of week)
D9060
SD2060
—
D9061
SD2061
SD395
Multiple CPU No.
D9112
SD2112
SD508
Connect/Disconnect (Status)
D9182
SD2182
SD510
D9183
SD2183
SD511
D9184
SD2184
SD512
D9185
SD2185
SD513
D9186
SD2186
SD514
Diagnostic error reset error No.
Remark
Use M2039 for error
reset operation.
Test mode request error
Motion CPU WDT error cause
Manual pulse generator axis setting error
D9187
SD2187
SD515
D9188
SD2188
SD522
Motion operation cycle
D9189
SD2189
SD516
Error program No.
D9190
SD2190
SD517
Error item information
D9191
SD2191
SD502
D9192
SD2192
SD503
D9193
SD2193
SD504
D9194
SD2194
SD505
D9195
SD2195
SD506
Servo amplifier loading information
Real mode/virtual mode switching error
information
D9196
SD2196
—
PC link communication error codes
D9197
SD2197
SD523
Operation cycle of the Motion CPU setting
D9200
SD2200
SD200
State of switch
D9201
SD2201
—
State of LED
APP - 12
Q173DCPU/
Q172DCPU does not
support PC link
communication.
Use 7-segment LED
in Q173DCPU/
Q172DCPU.
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 2 System Setting Errors
Motion CPUs generate a system configuration error under the following conditions.
Table 2.1 System Setting Errors
7-segment LED Error code
Error name
(Note-1)
Error cause
(Note-2)
LAY ERROR
(SL
)
• The slot set in system settings is vacant or a different
module is installed.
AXIS No. MULTIDEF
• The axis No. setting overlaps in the system settings.
• The axis No. (function select switch) setting of servo
amplifier overlaps in the same SSCNET system.
AMP No. SETTING
• Not a single axis is set in system settings.
SYS.SET DATA ERR
• System setting data is not written.
• System setting data is written without relative check.
Or it is written at the state of error occurrence.
AXIS No. ERROR
• System setting data is not written.
I/O POINTS OVER
• The number of actual I/O points set in system
settings exceeds 256.
ROM ERROR1
• Type of the operating system software of data written
to ROM is different.
ROM ERROR2
"AL" flashes
3- times
ROM ERROR3
(
)
"L01" display
• Data is not written to ROM.
10014
(Note-3)
• Data size of ROM is abnormal.
• Execute the ROM writing again.
• Check the adjustment for the version of Motion
CPU, MT Developer and operating system
software.
ROM ERROR4
(
)
• Data of ROM is abnormal.
• Execute the ROM writing again.
• Check the adjustment for the version of Motion
CPU, MT Developer and operating system
software.
CAN'T USE SL (
• The motion modules that cannot be used are
installed.
• Use the Motion modules (Q172DLX, Q173DPX,
Q172DEX).
UNIT SET ERR
(
)
)
Check
timing
Operation at
error
occurrence
Cannot be
started.
Power
supply ON/ (Motion CPU
system
Reset
setting error)
• The system setting data that set the motion modules
that cannot be used are written.
• Use the MT Developer of version corresponding
to the Motion modules (Q172DLX, Q173DPX,
Q172DEX).
(Note-1) : "" AL" flashes 3-times
"L01" display"" (Repetition) Error code is not displayed.
(Note-2) : Error code stored in self-diagnostic error (SD0)
(Note-3) : When the error code 10014 occurs, the system setting error flag (M2041) turns ON and the error name is displayed on the error
list monitor of MT Developer.
APP - 13
APPENDICES
MEMO
APP - 14
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 3 Self-diagnosis error code
Multiple CPU related errors are stored in the CPU shared memory "self CPU operation
information area (1H to 1CH)" of each module and self diagnostic error information
(SD0 to SD26) of the special register (SD) as the self diagnostic errors.
Error codes (1000 to 9999) of Multiple CPU related errors are common to each CPU
module.
The error code (10000 to 10999) is stored as required at Motion CPU-specific error
occurrence.
Confirm the error codes and contents by "Motion error history" on Motion CPU error
batch monitor of MT Developer and remove the error cause if an error occurs.
Confirm operation status and error occurrence of each CPU used in the Multiple CPU
system by PLC diagnosis of GX Developer.
APP - 15
APPENDICES
(1) Multiple CPU related errors which occurs in Motion CPU
Each digit of error code has been described as follows.
Digit
:
Tens digit
: Details code
Hundreds digit :
Thousands digit : Major division (Cause)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Major division
Internal hardware
Handling
Parameter
Program
Watch timer
Redundant system
Multiple CPU
Outside diagnosis
Table 3.1 Multiple CPU related errors which occurs in Motion CPU (1000 to 9999)
Item
Error code
(SD0)
Common information
(SD5 to SD15)
Individual Information
(SD16 to SD26)
MAIN CPU DOWN
—
—
RAM ERROR
—
—
Module No.
—
Error message
7-segment LED display
CPU operation
status
Diagnostic
timing
Stop
Always
Stop
At power ON/
At reset
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
CPU hard
error
1006
1007
1008
1009
1105
1150
"AL" flashes 3 times
Steady "A1" display
1300
FUSE BREAK OFF
4 digits error code is
displayed in two flashes
of 2 digits each.
Stop
(Note-3)
At power ON/
At reset
1401
Module hard
error
SP. UNIT DOWN
Module No.
—
Stop
1403
Base
Always
1413
—
1414
Module No.
1415
1416
Always
CONTROL-BUS. ERR.
Always
Base No. (Note-2)
—
Stop
At power ON/
At reset
CPU No. (Note-1)
(Note-1) : CPU No. is stored in slot No. of common information classification.
(Note-2) : Base No. stored in "common information classification code" of "error information classification code"
"0 : Main base, 1 to 7 : Number of extension bases.
(Note-3) : CPU operation status at error occurrence can be set in the parameters. (LED display varies in conjunction with operation.)
APP - 16
APPENDICES
Error code
(SD0)
Error contents and cause
Corrective action
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
Runaway or failure of CPU module.
(1) Malfunctioning due to noise or other reason
(2) Hardware fault
(1) Take noise reduction measures.
(2) Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is
displayed again, this suggests a CPU module hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales
representative.
1007
1008
1009
1105
The CPU shared memory in the CPU module is faulty.
1150
The memory of the CPU module in the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission area is faulty.
1300
There is an output module with a blown fuse.
Check FUSE. LED of the output modules and replace the module whose
LED is lit.
1401
There was no response from the Motion module/intelligent function
module in the initial processing.
Set the Motion module/intelligent function module used in the Motion CPU
in the system setting.
This suggests a Motion module, intelligent function module, CPU module
and/or base unit is expecting a hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
1403
(1) An error is detected at the intelligent function module.
(2) The I/O module (including intelligent function module) is nearly
removed or completely removed/mounted during running.
The CPU module, base unit and/or the intelligent function module that
was accessed is experiencing a hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
1413
1414
An error is detected on the system bus.
1415
Fault of the main or extension base unit was detected.
1416
System bus fault was detected at power-on or reset.
Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is displayed
again, the intelligent function module, CPU module or base unit is faulty.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
APP - 17
APPENDICES
Table 3.1 Multiple CPU related errors which occurs in Motion CPU (1000 to 9999)
(Continued)
Item
Error code
(SD0)
Error message
1430
Common information
(SD5 to SD15)
Individual Information
(SD16 to SD26)
7-segment LED display
CPU operation
status
Diagnostic
timing
—
1431
At power ON/
At reset
"AL" flashes 3 times
Steady "A1" display
Multiple CPU
high speed
bus
MULTI-C.BUS ERR.
—
CPU No.
1432
Stop
4 digits error code is
displayed in two flashes
of 2 digits each.
1433
1434
Always
1435
Power supply
1500
AC/DC DOWN
Battery
1600
BATTERY ERROR
—
—
Drive name
—
None
Continue
Always
Continue
Always
Stop
At power ON/
At reset
Steady "BT1"
Steady "BT2"
2100
Module No.
2107
Handling the
intelligent
function
module/
Multiple CPU
module
2124
"AL" flashes 3 times
—
SP. UNIT LAY ERR.
Steady "A1" display
—
2125
Module No.
2140
2150
4 digits error code is
displayed in two flashes
of 2 digits each.
SP. UNIT VER. ERR.
APP - 18
APPENDICES
Error code
(SD0)
Error contents and cause
Corrective action
1430
Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is displayed
The error of self CPU is detected in the Multiple CPU high speed bus. again, this suggests a CPU module hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
1431
The communication error with other CPU is detected in the Multiple
CPU high speed bus.
(1) Take noise reduction measures.
(2) Check the main base unit mounting status of the CPU module.
(3) Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is
displayed again, this suggests a CPU module or base unit hardware
fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales
representative.
1432
The communication time out with other CPU is detected in the
Multiple CPU high speed bus.
Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is displayed
again, this suggests a CPU module hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
The communication error with other CPU is detected in the Multiple
CPU high speed bus.
(1) Take noise reduction measures.
(2) Check the main base unit mounting status of the CPU module.
(3) Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is displayed
again, this suggests a CPU module or base unit hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales
representative.
1500
A momentary power supply interruption has occurred.
The power supply went off.
Check the power supply.
1600
(1) The battery voltage in the CPU module has dropped below
stipulated level.
(1) Change the battery.
(2) The battery holder unit that install the battery is not mounted to the (2) Mount the battery holder unit that installs the battery.
CPU module.
2100
In the I/O assignment setting of PLC CPU, the intelligent function
module was allocated to an I/O module or vice versa.
2107
The first I/O No. set in the system settings is overlapped with the one Make the I/O No. setting again so it is consistent with the actual status of
for another module.
the modules.
2124
(1) A module is mounted on the 65th or higher slot.
(2) The extension base unit set to "None" is mounted.
(1) Remove the module mounted on the 65th or later slot.
(2) Remove the extension base unit set to "None".
2125
(1) A module which the CPU cannot recognise has been mounted.
(2) There was no response form the intelligent function module.
(1) Install an usable module.
(2) The intelligent function module is experiencing a hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales
representative.
2140
The motion modules (Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX, Q172LX,
Q172EX (-S1/-S2/-S3), Q173PX (-S1)) are installed in CPU slot or
I/O 0 to 2 slot.
Remove the Motion modules installed CPU slot or I/O 0 to 2 slot.
2150
(1) Change to the intelligent function module (function version B or later)
In a Multiple CPU system, the control CPU of intelligent function
compatible with the Multiple CPU system.
module incompatible with the Multiple CPU system is set to other than
(2) Change the control CPU of intelligent function module incompatible with
CPU No.1.
the Multiple CPU system to CPU No.1.
1433
1434
1435
Make the PLC parameter's I/O assignment setting again so it is consistent
with the actual status of the intelligent function module and the CPU
module.
APP - 19
APPENDICES
Table 3.1 Multiple CPU related errors which occurs in Motion CPU (1000 to 9999)
(Continued)
Item
Error code
(SD0)
Error message
Common information
(SD5 to SD15)
Individual Information
(SD16 to SD26)
7-segment LED display
CPU operation
status
3001
At power ON/
At reset/
STOP
RUN
3012
Parameter
Diagnostic
timing
Parameter No.
PARAMETER ERROR
—
Stop
3013
At power ON/
At reset
Parameter No./
CPU No.
3015
(Note-1) (Note-4)
—
MULTI CPU DOWN
(Note-1)
MULTI EXE. ERROR
—
—
Stop
At power
supply ON/
at reset
—
Continue
Always
—
Stop
At power
supply ON/
at reset
CPU No.
MULTI CPU ERROR
CPU No.
(Note-1)
7030
CPU LAY. ERROR
CPU No.
7031
7035
At power
supply ON/
at reset
(Note-1)
7013
7020
Stop
CPU No.
7010
7011
Steady "A1" display
4 digits error code is
displayed in two flashes
of 2 digits each.
CPU No.
7002
Multiple CPU
Always
"AL" flashes 3 times
CPU No.
7000
Module No.
(Note-1) : CPU No. is stored in slot No. of common information classification.
(Note-4) : Because a stop error or CPU No. except CPU No. that it was reset becomes MULTI CPU DOWN simultaneously, a stop error or CPU No. except CPU
No. that it was reset may store in the classification of common error information depending on timing.
APP - 20
APPENDICES
Error code
(SD0)
Error contents and cause
Corrective action
3001
The parameter settings are corrupted.
(1) Check the parameter item corresponding the numerical value
(parameter No.), and correct it.
(2) Rewrite corrected parameters to the CPU module, reload or reset the
Multiple CPU system power supply.
(3) If the same error occurs, it is thought to be a hardware error.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales
representative.
3012
Multiple CPU setting of Multiple CPU setting parameter or control
CPU setting of system setting differs from that of the reference CPU
settings.
Match the Multiple CPU setting of Multiple CPU setting parameter or control
CPU setting of system setting with that of the reference CPU (CPU No.1)
settings.
3013
Multiple CPU automatic refresh setting is any of the following.
(1) When a bit device is specified as a refresh device, a number other
than a multiple of 16 is specified for the refresh start device.
(2) The device specified is other than the one that may be specified.
(3) The number of send points is an odd number.
(4) The total number of send points is greater than the maximum
number of refresh points.
Check the following in the Multiple CPU automatic refresh setting and make
correction.
(1) When specifying the bit device, specify a multiple of 16 for the refresh
start device.
(2) Specify the device that may be specified for the refresh device.
(3) Set the number of send points to an even number.
(4) Set the total number of send points is within the range of the maximum
number of refresh points.
3015
(1) "Use multiple CPU high speed transmission " is not set in the
Multiple CPU setting of Universal module QCPU.
(2) In a Multiple CPU system, the CPU verified is different from the
one set in the parameter setting.
(1) Set "Use multiple CPU high speed transmission " in the Universal
module QCPU.
(2) Check the parameter item corresponding to the numerical value
(parameter No./CPU No.) and parameter of target CPU, and correct
them.
7000
In the operating mode of a Multiple CPU system, a CPU error
occurred at the CPU where "All station stop by stop error of CPU"
was selected.
Check the error of the CPU resulting in CPU module fault, and remove the
In a Multiple CPU system, CPU No.1 resulted in stop error at power- errors.
on and the other CPU cannot start. (This error occurred at CPU No.2
to 4)
7002
There is no response from the target CPU module in a Multiple CPU
system during initial communication.
Reset the CPU module and RUN it again. If the same error is displayed
again, this suggests the hardware fault of any of the CPU modules.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
7010
In a Multiple CPU system, a faulty CPU module was mounted.
Replace the faulty CPU module.
Either of the following settings was made in a Multiple CPU system.
(1) Multiple CPU automatic refresh setting was made for the
inapplicable CPU module.
(2) "I/O sharing when using multiple CPUs" setting was made for the
inapplicable CPU module.
(1) Correct the Multiple CPU automatic refresh setting.
(2) Correct the "I/O sharing when using multiple CPUs" setting.
The system configuration for using the Multiple CPU high speed
transmission function is not met.
(1) The QnUD(H)CPU is not used for the CPU No.1.
(2) The Multiple CPU high speed main base unit (Q3 DB) is not
used.
Change to the system configuration to meet the conditions for using the
Multiple CPU high speed transmission function.
7013
(1) CPU module which cannot be mounted in OnCPU(H)CPU is
mounted. (The module may break down.)
(2) Q173HCPU,Q172HCPU,Q173CPUN,Q172CPUN is mounted.
Remove Q173HCPU,Q172HCPU,Q173CPUN,Q172CPUN.
7020
In the operating mode of a Multiple CPU system, an error occurred in
Check the error of the CPU resulting in CPU module fault, and remove the
the CPU where "system stop" was not selected. (The CPU module
error.
where no error occurred was used to detect an error.)
7011
7030
7031
7035
An assignment error occurred in the CPU-mountable slot (CPU slot, (1) Set the same value to the number of CPU modules specified in the
Multiple CPU setting of the PLC parameter and the number of mounted
I/O slot 0 to 2) in excess of the number of CPU slot (with in the range
CPU modules (including CPU (empty)).
of CPU number setting parameter).
An assignment error occurred in the CPU slot (within the range of the (2) Make the same as the state of the installation of CPU module set in the
system setting.
CPU number setting parameter).
The CPU module has been mounted on the inapplicable slot.
Mount the CPU module on the applicable slot.
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APPENDICES
(2) Motion CPU-specific errors
Each digit of error code has been described as follows.
Refer to programming manuals for error details.
1
0
:
: Details code
:
: Positioning CPU division
(0 : Motion CPU)
Ten thousands digit : Except PLC CPU
Digit
Tens digit
Hundreds digit
Thousands digit
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
014
016
020
021
022
023
030
Details code
Minor/major error
Minor/major error (Virtual servomoter axis)(SV22)
Minor/major error (Synchronous encoder axis)(SV22)
Servo error
Servo program setting error (SV13/SV22)
Mode switching error (SV22)
Manual pulse generator axis setting error
TEST mode request error
WDT error
System setting error
Motion slot fault
Motion SFC control error (F/FS)
Motion SFC control error (G)
Motion SFC control error (K or others (Not F/FS, G))
Motion SFC control error (Motion SFC chart)
Motion CPU internal bus error
Table 3.2 Motion CPU-specific errors (10000 to 10999)
Error code
(SD0)
Error messages
Common information
(SD5 to SD15)
Individual information
(SD16 to SD26)
7-segment LED display
CPU status operation
10003
10004
None
10005
"AL" flashes 3 times
10006
Steady "S01" display
10007
Continue
10008
None
MC.UNIT ERROR
—
—
10009
10010
10011
Steady ". . . " display
10014
"AL" flashes 3 times
10016
Stop
Steady "L01" display
10020
10021
Continue
10022
None
10023
10030
Stop
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APPENDICES
Error code
(SD0)
Error contents and cause
Corrective action
10003
Minor/major errors had occurred.
10004
Minor/major errors had occurred in virtual servomotor axis.
(SV22)
10005
Minor/major errors had occurred in synchronous encoder axis.
(SV22)
10006
The servo errors had occurred in the servo amplifier connected to
the Motion CPU.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the servo error codes
of servo error code storage device, and remove the error cause of servo
amplifier.
Refer to the servo error code for details of servo errors.
Servo program setting error occurred.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the servo program
setting error storage device (error program No., error item information),
and remove the error cause.
Refer to the servo program setting error codes for details of servo program
setting errors.
Real mode/virtual mode switching error occurred. (SV22)
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the real mode/virtual
mode switching error storage device, and remove the error cause.
Refer to the real mode/virtual mode switching error codes for details of real
mode/virtual mode switching errors.
10009
Manual pulse generator axis setting error occurred.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the manual pulse
generator axis setting error storage device, and remove the error cause.
Refer to the manual pulse generator axis setting error codes for details of
manual pulse generator axis setting errors.
10010
Test mode request error occurred.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the test mode request
error storage device, and remove the error cause.
10011
WDT error occurred at Motion CPU.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the Motion CPU WDT
error factors, and remove the error cause.
10014
System setting error occurred at Motion CPU.
10016
Motion slot fault occurred at Motion CPU.
10007
10008
10020
10021
10022
Check the error message on error monitor screen of MT Developer, and
remove the error cause. And then, turn on the power supply again or reset
the Multiple CPU system.
Motion SFC error occurred at Motion SFC program.
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer, and remove the error
cause.
Refer to the Motion SFC error code for details of errors.
Motion CPU internal bus error occurred.
Motion CPU module hardware fault.
Explain the error symptom and get advice from our sales representative.
10023
10030
Check the Motion error history of MT Developer and the minor/major error
codes of minor/major error code of minor/major error code storage device,
and remove the error cause.
Refer to the error codes for error details of minor/major errors.
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APPENDICES
(3) Self-diagnostic error information
No.
SD0
Name
Meaning
Diagnostic error
Diagnostic errors
code
Details
• Error codes for errors found by diagnosis are stored as BIN data.
• The year (last two digits) and month that SD0 data was updated is stored as BCD 2-digit code.
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Year(0 to 99) Month(1 to 12)
SD1
SD2
Clock time for
diagnostic error
occurrence
Clock time for
diagnostic error
occurrence
Example : January 2006
H0601
• The day and hour that SD0 data was updated is stored as BCD 2-digit code.
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Day(1 to 31)
Hour(0 to 23)
Example : 25st, 10 a.m
H2510
• The minute and second that SD0 data was updated is stored as BCD 2-digit code.
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Minute(0 to 59) Second(0 to 59)
SD3
Example : 35min., 48 sec.
H3548
• Category codes which help indicate what type of information is being stored in the error common information
areas (SD5 to SD15) and error individual information areas (SD16 to SD26) are stored. The category code for
judging the error information type is stored.
B15
to
B8 B7
to
B0
Individual information Common information
category codes
category codes
SD4
Error information Error information
categories
category code
• The common information category codes store the following codes.
0: No error
1: Module No./CPU No./Base No.
• The individual information category codes store the following codes.
0: No error
5: Parameter No.
13:Parameter No./CPU No.
• Common information corresponding to the diagnostic error (SD0) is stored.
• The error common information type can be judged by SD4(common information category code).
1: Module No./CPU No./Base No.
SD5
Error common
to
information
SD15
Error common
information
No.
Meaning
SD5
Module No./CPU No./Base No.
SD6
I/O No.
SD7
to
SD15
Empty
• Individual information corresponding to the diagnostic error (SD0) is stored.
• The error individual information type can be judged by SD4(individual information category code).
5: Parameter No.
SD16
Error individual
to
information
SD26
Error individual
information
No.
Meaning
SD16
Parameter No.
SD17
to
SD26
Empty
0401H
:Base setting
0406H
:Motion slot setting
0E00H
:Multiple CPU setting (Number of Multiple CPU's)
0E01H
:Multiple CPU setting (Operation mode/ Multiple CPU synchronous startup)
E008H
:Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting
E009H/E00AH
: Multiple CPU high speed transmission area setting(Automatic refresh setting)
E00BH
:Synchronous setting
(CPU specific send range setting / (System area))
13: Parameter No./CPU No.
No.
Meaning
SD16
Parameter No.
SD17
CPU No.(1 to 4)
SD18
to
SD26
Empty
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APPENDICES
(4) Release of Multiple CPU related error
The release operation of errors that continues operation for CPU can be
executed.
Release the errors in the following procedure.
1) Remove the error cause.
2) Turn off the Motion error detection flag (M2039).
The special relays, special registers and 7-segment LED for the errors are returned to
the status before error occurs after release of errors.
If the same error is displayed again after release of errors, an error is set again, and
the Motion error detection flag (M2039) turns on.
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APPENDICES
APPENDIX 4 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
APPENDIX 4.1 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
Common differences to each mode are shown in Table 4.1.
Refer to "APPENDIX 4.3 Differences of each mode" for characteristic differences to
each mode.
And, refer to "APPENDIX 4.2 Comparison of devices " for detailed differences of
devices.
Table 4.1 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
Item
Peripheral I/F
External battery
Forced stop input
Multiple CPU high speed
transmission memory for data
transfer between CPU modules
Internal relays (M)
Latch relays (L)
Device
Special relays (M)
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Via PLC CPU (USB/RS-232)
Demand
• Use EMI terminal of Motion CPU module.
• Use device set by forced stop input setting in
the system setting.
Included
8192 points
None (Latch for M is possible by latch setting)
—
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
USB/SSCNET
Add Q6BAT at continuous power failure for 1
month or more.
• Use device set by forced stop input setting in
the system setting.
—
Total 8192 points
256 points
Special relays (SM)
2256 points
—
Special registers (D)
—
256 points
Special registers (SD)
2256 points
—
Motion registers (#)
8736 points
8192 points
Up to 14336 points
—
Multiple CPU area devices
(U \G)
Motion dedicated PLC instructions
Interlock condition
Motion modules
System setting
D(P).DDRD, D(P).DDWR, D(P).SFCS,
D(P).SVST, D(P).CHGT, D(P).CHGV,
D(P).CHGA, D(P).GINT
S(P).DDRD, S(P).DDWR, S(P).SFCS,
S(P).SVST, S(P).CHGT, S(P).CHGV,
S(P).CHGA, S(P).GINT
Multiple instructions are executable continuously
without interlock condition by the self CPU high
speed interrupt accept flag from CPU .
:CPU No.
Interlock condition by the to self CPU high speed
interrupt accept flag from CPU is necessary.
Q172DLX, Q172DEX, Q173DPX
Q172LX, Q172EX, Q173PX
• QnUD(H)CPU is set as CPU No. 1.
• QnUD(H)CPU is set to CPU No. 1.
• Only Multiple CPU high speed main base unit
• Q3 B can be used as a main base unit.
(Q38DB/Q312DB) can be used as main base
unit.
• Motion modules can be mounted to I/O 0 to 2
• Motion modules cannot be installed to I/O 0 to 2 slot.
slot.
Latch clear
Remote operation
L.CLR switch
RUN/STOP
Remote operation, RUN/STOP switch
RUN/STOP switch
ROM operation
• ROM writing is executed with mode operated
by RAM/ mode operated by ROM.
• ROM writing can be executed for the data of
MT Developer.
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Rom writing is executed with installation mode/
mode written in ROM.
APPENDICES
Table 4.1 Differences Between Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU and Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
(Continued)
Item
Medium of operating system
software
Model of operating system software
CPU module No.1
FD (2 disks)
SW8DNC-SV Q
SW6RN-SV Q
Qn(H)CPU
No restriction
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU only
Combination with
Q173CPUN(-T)/Q172CPUN(-T).
Settable between CPU modules
Not settable between CPU modules
Multiple CPU high
speed transmission
area
Provided
None
Access by Multiple
CPU shared memory
Possible
Impossible
CPU empty slot
Memory
Multiple CPU high speed transmission area in
CPU shared memory
Automatic refresh area in CPU shared memory
Automatic refresh
setting
32 range possible
4 range possible
Multiple CPU high
speed refresh
function
Provided
None
7-segment LED display
Each LED of MODE, RUN, ERR, M.RUN, BAT
and BOOT
LED display
Latch range
setting
CD-ROM (1 disk)
Install Motion CPU module on the right-hand side
of PLC CPU module.
Combination of Motion CPU
modules
Automatic
refresh
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
QnUD(H)CPU
Installation orders CPU No.2 or later
CPU shared
memory
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Latch (1)
It is possible to clear with latch clear(1) and latch
clear (1)(2) of remote latch clear.
Range which can be cleared with the latch clear
key.
Latch (2)
It is possible to clear with lath clear(1)(2) of
remote latch clear.
Range which cannot be cleared with the latch
clear key.
All clear function
Release of Multiple CPU related
error
Execute with installation mode
Turn off M2039.
APP - 27
Turn off the PLC ready flag (M2000) and test
mode ON flag (M9075) to execute all clear.
Store the error code to be released in the special
register D9060 and turn off to on the special relay
M9060.
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 4.2 Comparison of devices
(1) Motion registers
(a) Monitor devices
Table 4.2 Motion registers (Monitor devices) list
Device No.
Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
#8000 to #8019
#8064 to #8067
Axis 1 monitor device
#8020 to #8039
#8068 to #8071
Axis 2 monitor device
#8040 to #8059
#8072 to #8075
Axis 3 monitor device
#8060 to #8079
#8076 to #8079
Axis 4 monitor device
#8080 to #8099
#8080 to #8083
Axis 5 monitor device
#8100 to #8119
#8084 to #8087
Axis 6 monitor device
#8120 to #8139
#8088 to #8091
Axis 7 monitor device
#8140 to #8159
#8092 to #8095
Axis 8 monitor device
#8160 to #8179
#8096 to #8099
Axis 9 monitor device
#8180 to #8199
#8100 to #8103
Axis 10 monitor device
#8200 to #8219
#8104 to #8107
Axis 11 monitor device
#8220 to #8239
#8108 to #8111
Axis 12 monitor device
#8240 to #8259
#8112 to #8115
Axis 13 monitor device
#8260 to #8279
#8116 to #8119
Axis 14 monitor device
#8280 to #8299
#8120 to #8123
Axis 15 monitor device
#8300 to #8319
#8124 to #8127
Axis 16 monitor device
#8320 to #8339
#8128 to #8131
Axis 17 monitor device
#8340 to #8359
#8132 to #8135
Axis 18 monitor device
#8360 to #8379
#8136 to #8139
Axis 19 monitor device
#8380 to #8399
#8140 to #8143
Axis 20 monitor device
#8400 to #8419
#8144 to #8147
Axis 21 monitor device
#8420 to #8439
#8148 to #8151
Axis 22 monitor device
#8440 to #8459
#8152 to #8155
Axis 23 monitor device
#8460 to #8479
#8156 to #8159
Axis 24 monitor device
#8480 to #8499
#8160 to #8163
Axis 25 monitor device
#8500 to #8519
#8164 to #8167
Axis 26 monitor device
#8520 to #8539
#8168 to #8171
Axis 27 monitor device
#8540 to #8559
#8172 to #8175
Axis 28 monitor device
#8560 to #8579
#8176 to #8179
Axis 29 monitor device
#8580 to #8599
#8180 to #8183
Axis 30 monitor device
#8600 to #8619
#8184 to #8187
Axis 31 monitor device
#8620 to #8639
#8188 to #8191
Axis 32 monitor device
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Remark
APPENDICES
Table 4.3 Monitor devices list
Device No.
Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
#8000 + 20n
#8064 + 4n
Servo amplifier type
#8001 + 20n
#8065 + 4n
Motor current
#8002 + 20n
#8003 + 20n
#8066 + 4n
#8067 + 4n
Motor speed
#8004 + 20n
#8005 + 20n
—
Command speed
#8006 + 20n
#8007 + 20n
—
Home position return re-travel value
Remark
New device in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
(Note-1) : "n" in the above device No. indicates the numerical value which correspond to axis No.
(b) Motion error history
Table 4.4 Motion registers (Motion error history) list
Device No.
Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
#8640 to #8651
#8000 to #8007
Seventh error information in past
(Oldest error information)
#8652 to #8663
#8008 to #8015
Sixth error information in past
#8664 to #8675
#8016 to #8023
Fifth error information in past
#8676 to #8687
#8024 to #8031
Fourth error information in past
#8688 to #8699
#8032 to #8039
Third error information in past
#8700 to #8711
#8040 to #8047
Second error information in past
#8712 to #8723
#8048 to #8055
First error information in past
#8724 to #8735
#8056 to #8063
Latest error information
Remark
Table 4.5 Motion error history list
Device No.
Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
#8640 + 12n
#8000 + 8n
Error Motion SFC program No.
#8641 + 12n
#8001 + 8n
Error type
#8642 + 12n
#8002 + 8n
Error program No.
#8643 + 12n
#8003 + 8n
Error block No./Motion SFC list/Line No./Axis No.
#8644 + 12n
#8004 + 8n
Error code
#8645 + 12n
#8005 + 8n
Error occurrence time (Year/month
#8646 + 12n
#8006 + 8n
Error occurrence time (Day/hour)
#8647 + 12n
#8007 + 8n
Error occurrence time (Minute/second)
#8648 + 12n
—
Error setting data information
#8649 + 12n
—
Unusable
#8650 + 12n
#8651 + 12n
—
Error setting data
Remark
New device in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
(Note-1) : "n" in the above device No. indicates the numerical value which correspond to axis No.
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APPENDICES
(2) Special relays
Table 4.6 Special relay list
Device No.
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Name
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
SM60
M9000/M2320
Fuse blown detection
SM53
M9005/M2321
AC/DC DOWN detection
SM52
M9006/M2322
Battery low
SM51
M9007/M2323
Battery low latch
SM1
M9008/M2324
Self-diagnostic error
SM0
M9010/M2325
Diagnostic error
—
M9025/M3136
Clock data set request
SM211
M9026/M2338
Clock data error
SM801
M9028/M3137
Clock data read request
SM400
M9036/M2326
Always ON
SM401
M9037/M2327
Always OFF
—
M9060/M3138
Diagnostic error reset
SM512
M9073/M2329
Motion CPU WDT error
SM500
M9074/M2330
PCPU READY complete
SM501
M9075/M2331
Test mode ON
SM502
M9076/M2332
External forced stop input
SM513
M9077/M2333
Manual pulse generator axis setting error
SM510
M9078/M2334
TEST mode request error
SM516
M9079/M2335
Servo program setting error
SM528
M9216/M2345
No.1 CPU MULTR complete
SM529
M9217/M2346
No.2 CPU MULTR complete
SM530
M9218/M2347
No.3 CPU MULTR complete
SM531
M9219/M2348
No.4 CPU MULTR complete
SM240
M9240/M2336
No.1 CPU resetting
SM241
M9241/M2337
No.2 CPU resetting
SM242
M9242/M2338
No.3 CPU resetting
SM243
M9243/M2339
No.4 CPU resetting
SM244
M9244/M2340
No.1 CPU error
SM245
M9245/M2341
No.2 CPU error
SM246
M9246/M2342
No.3 CPU error
SM247
M9247/M2343
No.4 CPU error
SM58
—
SM59
—
Battery low warning
SM220
—
CPU No.1 READY complete
SM221
—
CPU No.2 READY complete
SM222
—
CPU No.3 READY complete
SM223
—
CPU No.4 READY complete
SM503
—
Digital oscilloscope executing
SM526
—
Over heat warning latch
SM527
—
Over heat warning
Remark
Use M2039 for error reset
operation.
Battery low warning latch
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New device in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
APPENDICES
(3) Special registers
Table 4.7 Special registers list
Device No.
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Name
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
SD60
D9000
Fuse blown No.
SD53
D9005
AC/DC DOWN counter No.
SD0
D9008
Diagnostic errors
SD1
D9010
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Year, month)
SD2
D9011
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Day, hour)
SD3
D9012
Clock time for diagnostic error occurrence
(Minute, second)
SD4
D9013
Error information categories
SD5
D9014
SD6
—
SD7
—
SD8
—
SD9
—
SD10
—
SD11
—
SD12
—
SD13
—
SD14
—
SD15
—
SD16
—
SD17
—
SD18
—
SD19
—
SD20
—
SD21
—
SD22
—
SD23
—
SD24
—
SD25
—
Remark
Error common information
New device in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Error individual information
SD26
—
SD203
D9015
Operating status of CPU
SD520
D9017
Scan time
SD521
D9019
Maximum scan time
SD210
D9025
Clock data (Year, month)
SD211
D9026
Clock data (Day, hour)
SD212
D9027
Clock data (Minute, second)
SD213
D9028
Clock data (Day of week)
—
D9060
Diagnostic error reset error No.
SD395
D9061
Multiple CPU No.
SD508
D9112
Connect/Disconnect (Status)
SD803
—
SD510
D9182
SD511
D9183
Connect/Disconnect (Command)
Test mode request error
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Use M2039 for error reset
operation.
New device in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
APPENDICES
Table 4.7 Special registers list (Continued)
Device No.
Name
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
SD512
D9184
SD513
D9185
SD514
D9186
SD515
D9187
SD522
D9188
Motion operation cycle
SD516
D9189
Error program No.
SD517
D9190
Error item information
SD502
D9191
SD503
D9192
SD504
D9193
SD505
D9194
SD506
D9195
—
D9196
Remark
Motion CPU WDT error cause
Manual pulse generator axis setting error
Servo amplifier loading information
Real mode/virtual mode switching error information
PC link communication error codes
SD523
D9197
Operation cycle of the Motion CPU setting
SD200
D9200
State of switch
—
D9201
State of LED
APP - 32
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
does not support PC link
communication.
Use 7-segment LED in
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU.
APPENDICES
(4) Other devices
Table 4.8 Other devices list
Item
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
M2320 to M2399
M2400 to M3039
Internal relays/
Data registers
M3136 to M3199
M3200 to M3839
D0 to D639
D640 to D703
Personal computer link
communication error flag
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
Unusable
Special relay allocated devices (Status)
Device area of 9 axes or more is usable as user
devices in Q172DCPU.
Special relay allocated devices
(Command signal)
Unusable
Device area of 9 axes or more is usable as user
devices in Q172DCPU.
—
PCPU READY complete
SM500
D9 + 20n (Data shortened to 1 word)
Home position return re-travel value
Travel value change registers
Indirect setting devices
(Word devices)
(Note-1)
(Note-1)
(Note-1)
D16 + 20n, D17 + 20n
D0 to D8191
D800 to D8191
W0 to W1FFF
W0 to W1FFF
(Note-2)
X0 to X1FFF
(Note-1)
#0 to #7999
—
X0 to X1FFFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
M0 to M8191
M/L0 to M/L8191
—
M9000 to M9255
B0 to B1FFF
B0 to B1FFF
F0 to F2047
U \G10000.0 to U \G(10000 + p – 1).F
Optional data monitor function
settable devices
D759
D9 + 20n
Optional device
(Set for D16 + 20n, D17 + 20n are also usable.)
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p – 1)
High-speed reading function
settable devices
Device area of 9 axes or more is unusable in
Q172HCPU.
M2034
#8006 + 20n, #8007 + 20n
(Note-1)
(Referring at monitoring)
#0 to #7999
Indirect setting devices
(Bit devices)
Device area of 9 axes or more is unusable as
user devices in Q172HCPU.
(Note-2)
D0 to D8191
W0 to W1FFF
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p – 1)
F0 to F2047
—
D800 to D3069, D3080 to D8191
(Note-2)
W0 to W1FFF
—
D0 to D8191
D0 to D8191
W0 to W1FFF
W0 to W1FFF
#0 to #7999
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p – 1)
#0 to #7999
(Note-2)
—
(Note-1) : "n" in the above device No. indicates the numerical value which correspond to axis No.
(Note-2) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area in each CPU.
APP - 33
APPENDICES
Table 4.8 Other devices list (Continued)
Item
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Output device
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
X0 to X1FFF
X0 to X1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
M0 to M8191
M0 to M8191
—
L0 to L8191
B0 to B1FFF
Limit switch output data
U \G10000.0 to U \G(10000 + p –1).F
Watch data
W0 to W1FFF
W0 to W1FFF
#0 to #7999
#0 to #8191
(Note-2)
Absolute value address
—
D0 to D8191
D0 to D8191
W0 to W1FFF
W0 to W1FFF
#0 to #7999
Constant (Hn/Kn)
#0 to #8191
(Note-3)
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p – 1)
Constant (Hn/Kn)
(Note-2)
X0 to X1FFF
Forced output bit
—
D0 to D8191
Absolute value address
Output enable/disable bit
B0 to B1FFF
D0 to D8191
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p –1)
ON region setting
(Note-2)
(Note-3)
—
X0 to X1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
M0 to M8191
M0 to M8191
—
L0 to L8191
B0 to B1FFF
B0 to B1FFF
F0 to F2047
F0 to F2047
SM0 to SM1999
M9000 to M9255
U \G10000.0 to U \G(10000 + p – 1).F
(Note-2)
—
(Note-2) : "p" indicates the user setting area points of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area in each CPU.
(Note-3) : Setting range varies depending on the setting units.
POINT
Refer to Chapter 2 for number of user setting area points of Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
APP - 34
APPENDICES
APPENDIX 4.3 Differences of each mode
(1) Motion SFC
Table 4.9 Differences in Motion SFC mode
Item
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
X, Y, M, B, U \G
—
Operation control/transition control usable device
(Word device)
D, W, U \G, SD, #, FT
D, W, Special D, #, FT
Operation control/transition control usable device
(Bit device)
X, PX, Y, PY, M, U \G . , B, F, SM
X, PX, Y, PY, M, L, B, F, Special M
Motion SFC program executing flag
(2) Virtual mode
Table 4.10 Differences in Virtual mode
Item
Internal relay/
Data register
Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU
M4640 to M4687
M5440 to M5487
D1120 to D1239
Q173HCPU/Q172HCPU
Device area of 9 axes or more is usable as user
devices in the Q172DCPU.
Device area of 9 axes or more is unusable in the
Q172HCPU.
Clutch status
Optional device
(Set for M2160 to M2223 are also usable.)
M2160 to M2223
Cam axis command signals
(Cam/ball screw switching
command)
Optional device
(Set for M5488 to M5519 are also usable.)
M5488 to M5519
Smoothing clutch complete signals
Optional device
(Set for M5520 to M5583 are also usable.)
M5520 to M5583
Real mode axis information register
SD500, SD501
D790, D791
D0 to D8191
D800 to D3069, D3080 to D8191
W0 to W1FFF
W0 to W1FFF
Indirect setting devices of
mechanical system program
(Word device)
#0 to #7999
U \G10000 to U \G(10000 + p –1 )
(Note-1)
X0 to X1FFF
Indirect setting devices of
mechanical system program
(Bit device)
Y0 to Y1FFF
Y0 to Y1FFF
M/L0 to M/L8191
—
M9000 to M9255
B0 to B1FFF
B0 to B1FFF
U \G10000.0 to U \G(10000 + p –1 ).F
Permissible droop pulse value of
output module
—
X0 to X1FFF
M0 to M8191
F0 to F2047
Speed change ratio of speed
change gear
—
(Note-1)
F0 to F2047
—
Upper limit value : 0 to 65535
Lower limit value : 0 to 65535
Upper limit value : 1 to 10000
Lower limit value : 1 to 10000
1 to 1073741824 [PLS]
1 to 65535[∗100PLS]
(Note-1) : "p" indicates user setting area points of Multiple CPU high speed transmission area in each CPU.
POINT
Refer to Chapter 2 for number of user setting area points of Multiple CPU high
speed transmission area.
APP - 35
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