Mitsubishi Electric Got 1000 Specifications

Project Data Conversion Summary
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Information
This document describes methods to divert the project data of GOT-F900 Series to the project data of
GOT1000 Series.
GT Designer2 Version2 is used to convert the project data.
Please refer to the various GOT manuals for details regarding the functions and specifications of the
various GOT.
In addition, please refer to the GT Designer2 manuals for details regarding GT Designer2.
Registered Trademarks
Company and product names mentioned in this manual are all registered trademarks and brands of their
respective companies.
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REVISIONS
The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
Manual Number
Ver.
June, 2006
JY997D17601
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Revision
First edition
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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.
© 2006 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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Contents
REVISIONS.....................................................................................................................A-2
Contents..........................................................................................................................A-3
1. SUMMARY OF PROJECT DATA CONVERSION ......... 1-1
1.1 Target Project Data .................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Project Data Conversion Pattern................................................................................ 1-1
1.3 Table of Related Manuals .......................................................................................... 1-2
2. CONVERSION PROCEDURES OF PROJECT DATA... 2-1
2.1 Necessary Tools to Convert Project Data .................................................................. 2-1
2.2 Reading Project.......................................................................................................... 2-1
2.3 Conversion of Product................................................................................................ 2-2
2.3.1 Conversion of project data created by GT Designer/GT Designer2 ............................................... 2-2
2.3.2 Conversion of project data created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN................................................................ 2-3
3. PROJECT DATA COMPATIBILITY TABLE .................. 3-1
3.1 View/Project ............................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Object......................................................................................................................... 3-3
4. CONFIRMATION AND SETTINGS
AFTER CONVERSION ................................................... 4-1
4.1 Screen List [View/Project] .......................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................ 4-2
4.2 Alarm [View/Project] ................................................................................................... 4-3
4.2.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 4-3
4.2.2 Confirmation after conversion ......................................................................................................... 4-3
4.3 Time Channels [View/Project] .................................................................................... 4-4
4.3.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 4-4
4.3.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................ 4-4
4.4 Project Settings [View/Project] ................................................................................... 4-5
4.4.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 4-5
4.4.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................ 4-5
4.5 Interface Devices [View/Project] ................................................................................ 4-6
4.5.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 4-6
4.5.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................ 4-6
4.6 Entry Code [View/Project] .......................................................................................... 4-9
4.6.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................... 4-9
4.6.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................ 4-9
4.7 Setup Data [View/Project] ........................................................................................ 4-10
4.7.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................... 4-10
4.7.2 Confirmation after conversion ....................................................................................................... 4-11
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4.8 Status Observation [View/Project] ............................................................................4-13
4.8.1 Conversion summary ....................................................................................................................4-13
4.8.2 Resettings after conversion ..........................................................................................................4-13
4.9 Image [Object] ..........................................................................................................4-14
4.9.1 Conversion summary ....................................................................................................................4-14
4.9.2 Confirmation after conversion .......................................................................................................4-14
4.10 Bar Graph [Graph] ..................................................................................................4-15
4.10.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................4-15
4.10.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................4-16
4.11 Trend Graph [Graph] ..............................................................................................4-17
4.11.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................4-17
4.11.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................4-18
4.12 Date [Object]...........................................................................................................4-19
4.12.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................4-19
4.12.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................4-19
4.13 Time [Object] ..........................................................................................................4-20
4.13.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................4-20
4.13.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................4-20
4.14 Line [Object] ...........................................................................................................4-21
4.14.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................4-21
4.14.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................4-21
5. PROJECT DATA COMPATIBILITY TABLE .................. 5-1
5.1 Common .....................................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Object .........................................................................................................................5-3
5.3 Figure .........................................................................................................................5-5
6. CONFIRMATION AND SETTINGS
AFTER CONVERSION................................................... 6-1
6.1 System Settings [Common] ........................................................................................6-1
6.1.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-1
6.1.2 Resettings after conversion ............................................................................................................6-2
6.2 Auxiliary Setting [Common] ........................................................................................6-3
6.2.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-3
6.2.2 Confirmation after conversion .........................................................................................................6-3
6.3 System Information [Common] ...................................................................................6-4
6.3.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-4
6.3.2 Confirmation after conversion .........................................................................................................6-4
6.4 Screen Switching [Common] ......................................................................................6-5
6.4.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-5
6.4.2 Confirmation after conversion .........................................................................................................6-5
6.5 Password [Common] ..................................................................................................6-6
6.5.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-6
6.5.2 Confirmation after conversion .........................................................................................................6-6
6.6 GOT Setup [Common]................................................................................................6-7
6.6.1 Conversion summary ......................................................................................................................6-7
6.6.2 Confirmation after conversion .........................................................................................................6-7
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6.7 Language [Common].................................................................................................. 6-8
6.7.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 6-8
6.7.2 Confirmation after conversion ......................................................................................................... 6-8
6.8 Menu Key [Common] ................................................................................................. 6-9
6.8.1 Conversion summary ...................................................................................................................... 6-9
6.8.2 Confirmation after conversion ......................................................................................................... 6-9
6.9 Handy GOT [Common] ............................................................................................ 6-10
6.9.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................... 6-10
6.9.2 Confirmation after conversion ....................................................................................................... 6-10
6.10 Hard Copy [Common] ............................................................................................ 6-11
6.10.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-11
6.10.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-11
6.11 Time Action [Common]........................................................................................... 6-12
6.11.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-12
6.11.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-12
6.12 Alarm History [Common] ........................................................................................ 6-13
6.12.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-13
6.12.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-14
6.13 Floating Alarm [Common] ...................................................................................... 6-15
6.13.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-15
6.13.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-16
6.14 Special Function Switch [Object]............................................................................ 6-17
6.14.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-17
6.14.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-17
6.15 Data Change Switch [Object] ................................................................................. 6-18
6.15.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-18
6.15.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-18
6.16 Recipe Transfer Switch [Object]............................................................................. 6-19
6.16.1 Alternative method summary ...................................................................................................... 6-19
6.16.2 GT Designer2 configuration screen ............................................................................................ 6-19
6.16.3 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-20
6.17 Key Code Switch [Object] ...................................................................................... 6-21
6.17.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-21
6.17.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-22
6.18 Numerical Display [Object] ..................................................................................... 6-23
6.18.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-23
6.18.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-24
6.19 Numerical Input [Object]......................................................................................... 6-25
6.19.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-25
6.19.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................ 6-26
6.20 Ascii Input [Object] ................................................................................................. 6-27
6.20.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-27
6.20.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-28
6.21 Bit Comment [Object] ............................................................................................. 6-29
6.21.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-29
6.21.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-29
6.22 Word Comment [Object]......................................................................................... 6-30
6.22.1 Conversion summary .................................................................................................................. 6-30
6.22.2 Confirmation after conversion ..................................................................................................... 6-30
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6.23 Alarm History [Object].............................................................................................6-31
6.23.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................6-31
6.23.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................6-33
6.24 Alarm List [Object] ..................................................................................................6-34
6.24.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................6-34
6.24.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................6-35
6.25 Panelmeter [Object]................................................................................................6-36
6.25.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................6-36
6.25.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................6-37
6.26 Bar Graph [Object]..................................................................................................6-38
6.26.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................6-38
6.26.2 Confirmation after conversion .....................................................................................................6-39
6.27 Statistics Bar/Circle Graph [Object] ........................................................................6-40
6.27.1 Conversion summary ..................................................................................................................6-40
6.27.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................6-41
6.28 Keyboard [Object]...................................................................................................6-42
6.28.1 Alternative method summary ......................................................................................................6-42
6.28.2 Resettings after conversion ........................................................................................................6-42
6.29 Buzzer [Object] .......................................................................................................6-45
6.29.1 Alternative method summary ......................................................................................................6-45
6.29.2 System information allocation .....................................................................................................6-45
6.29.3 Alternatives .................................................................................................................................6-46
7. COMPATIBILITY OF SYSTEM SCREENS.................... 7-1
7.1 Display methods of system screens ...........................................................................7-1
7.1.1 System screen display method of GOT-F900 Series......................................................................7-1
7.2 Table of GOT-F900 Series System Screen Functions ...............................................7-2
8. PROCEDURES TO OPERATE GOT1000 Series.......... 8-1
8.1 Installing OS onto GOT ..............................................................................................8-2
8.2 Checking OS installation on GOT...............................................................................8-3
8.3 Setting communication interface (Communication settings).......................................8-4
8.4 Downloading project data ...........................................................................................8-7
8.5 How to Connect the Cable..........................................................................................8-8
8.6 I/O Check....................................................................................................................8-9
8.6.1 Display operation of I/O check ........................................................................................................8-9
8.6.2 I/O check operation.......................................................................................................................8-10
8.7 Checking for normal monitoring................................................................................8-11
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Abbreviations and Genetic terms
The abbreviations and genetic terms used in the explanations of this document are as follows.
• GOT
Abbreviations/Geneticterms
GT SoftGOT1000
GT1595
Description
Genetic term of GT SoftGOT1000
GT1595-X
Genetic term of GT1595-XTBA, GT1595-XTBD
GT1585V-S
Genetic term of GT1585V-STBA, GT1585V-STBD
GT1585-S
Genetic term of GT1585-STBA, GT1585-STBD
GT1575V-S
Genetic term of GT1575V-STBA, GT1575V-STBD
GT1575-S
Genetic term of GT1575-STBA, GT1575-STBD
GT1575-V
Genetic term of GT1575-VTBA, GT1575-VTBD
GT1575-VN
Genetic term of GT1575-VNBA, GT1575-VNBD
GT1572-VN
Genetic term of GT1572-VNBA, GT1572-VNBD
GT1565-V
Genetic term of GT1565-VTBA, GT1565-VTBD
GT1562-VN
Genetic term of GT1562-VNBA, GT1562-VNBD
GT1555-Q
Genetic term of GT1555-QTBD, GT1555-QSBD
GT1550-Q
Genetic term of GT1550-QLBD
GT1585
GT157
GOT1000
Series
GT156
GT155
GT15
, GT15
Genetic term of GT1595, GT1585, GT157
GT1155-Q
Genetic term of GT1155-QSBD
GT1150-Q
Genetic term of GT1150-QLBD
GT1155HS-Q
Genetic term of GT1155HS-QSBD
GT1150HS-Q
Genetic term of GT1150HS-QLBD
, GT156
, GT155
HandyGOT
GT11
Genetic term of GT1155-Q, GT1150-Q, GT11 HandyGOT
, GT11
F940WGOT
Genetic term of F940WGOT-TWD-E
Genetic term of F940GOT-SWD-E, F940GOT-LWD-E, F940GOT-SBD-H-E,
F940GOT
F94
ET-940PH-E, ET-940BH-L-E, ET-940PH-L-E
GOT
GOT-F900
F943GOT
Series
F93
F92
F940GOT-LBD-H-E, F940GOT-SBD-RH-E, F940GOT-LBD-RH-E, ET-940BH-E,
Genetic term of F943GOT-SWD-E, F943GOT-LWD-E, F943GOT-SBD-H-E,
F943GOT-LBD-H-E, F943GOT-SBD-RH-E, F943GOT-LBD-RH-E
F930GOT
Genetic term of F930GOT-BWD-E, F930GOT-BBD-K-E
F933GOT
Genetic term of F933GOT-BWD-E
GOT
GOT
F920GOT
Genetic term of F940GOT-SWD-E, F940GOT-LWD-E, F920GOT-BBD-K-E,
F920GOT-BBD5-K-E, F920GOT-BBD-RH-E
• Software
Abbreviations/Geneticterms
Software
Description
GT Designer2 Version
SW
D5C-GTD2-E, SW
D5C-GTD2-EV
GT Designer
SW
D5C-GOTR-PACKE
FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Abbreviation of FX-PCS-DU/WIN-E
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MEMO
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1.
SUMMARY OF PROJECT DATA
CONVERSION
The project data of GOT-F900 Series can be converted into the project data of GOT1000 Series using GT
Designer2 Version2.
However, some project data cannot be converted depending on by which software the data is created.
Since some functions cannot be converted due to the difference in functions between GOTs, make sure to
check the converted data before transferring the data to the GOT.
1.1 Target Project Data
This document was written for project data created by the following software.
<Target Software>
• FX-PCS-DU/WIN
• GT Designer
• GT Designer2 Version1
• GT Designer2 Version2
<Target Model>
• F940WGOT
• F940GOT
• F943GOT
• F930GOT
• F933GOT
• F920GOT
• GT15
• GT11
• GT SoftGOT1000
1.2 Project Data Conversion Pattern
This document only refers to the following conversion patterns.
(1) GOT-F900 Series (FX-PCS-DU/WIN)
GT11(GT Designer2 Version2)
(2) GOT-F900 Series (GT Designer/GT Designer2 Version1/GT Designer2 Version2)
Series (GT Designer2 Version2))
GOT1000
1.1 Target Project Data
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1.3 Table of Related Manuals
The following manuals are also related to this product.
If necessary, order them by quoting the details in the tables below.
Related Manuals
Manual Number
Manual Name
(Model Code)
JY997D09101
GOT-F900 Series Operation Manual [GT Designer2] (Sold separately)*1
(09R813)
JY992D94801
GOT-F900 GOT-F900 Series Hardware Manual [Connection] (Sold separately)*1
(09R805)
SH-080520ENG
GT Designer2 Version2 Operation Manual (Sold separately)*1
(1DM215)
SH-080522ENG
GT Designer2 Version2 Reference Manual (Sold separately)*1
(1DM217)
GT15 User's Manual
Describes the GT15 hardware-relevant content such as part names, external dimensions,
mounting, power supply wiring, specifications, and introduction to option devices.
SH-080528ENG
(1D7M23)
(Sold separately)
GT11 User's Manual
Describes the GT15 hardware-relevant content such as part names, external dimensions,
mounting, power supply wiring, specifications, and introduction to option devices.
JY997D17501A
(09R815)
(Sold separately)
Handy GOT User's Manual
Describes the handy GOT hardware-relevant content such as part names, external dimensions,
specifications, and introduction to option devices, and also describes utility, system configurations
JY997D20101
(09R817)
and cable creation.
(Sold separately)
GT Designer2 Version2 Screen Design Manual (For GOT1000 Series) 1/3
GT Designer2 Version2 Screen Design Manual (For GOT1000 Series) 2/3
SH-080530ENG
(1D7M25)
GT Designer2 Version2 Screen Design Manual (For GOT1000 Series) 3/3
Describes specifications and settings of each object function applicable to GOT1000 series.
(Sold separately)*1
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual (1/2, 2/2)
Describes system configurations of the connection method applicable to GOT1000 series and
cable creation
SH-080532ENG
(1D7M26)
(Sold separately)
GOT1000 Series Extended/Option Function Manual
SH-080544ENG
Describes extended/option functions applicable to GOT.
(Sold separately)*1
(1DM32)
GOT1000 Series Gateway Functions Manual
Describes specifications, system comfigurations and setting method of the gateway function.
(Sold separately)*1
*1 The manual in PDF-format is included in the GT Works2 and GT Designer2 products.
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1.3 Table of Related Manuals
SH-080545ENG
(1D7M33)
2.
CONVERSION PROCEDURES OF
PROJECT DATA
2.1 Necessary Tools to Convert Project Data
GT Designer2 Version2 is required to convert.
2.2 Reading Project
Project Data
File Created
by GT Designer
GOT Unit
(GOT-F900 Series)
Project Data
File Created
by GT Designer2
Version1
(2)
(3)
(1)
Project Data
File Created
by GT Designer2
Version2
Project Data File
Created by FXPCS-DU/WIN
(4)
(5)
GT Designer2
Version2
(6)
Conversion of Project Data
(1) Upload project data of the GOT unit using the GT Designer2 Version2.
However, the project data created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN cannot be converted since it can be opened
as a DU/WIN file.
(2) Open the project data created by the GT Designer using the GT Designer2 Version2.
However, the following items are not read.
• [Detailed Explanation] in [Screen Title Setting]
• [Detailed Explanation] in [Project Title Setting]
• [Creator] in [Project Title Setting]
(3) Open the project data created by GT Designer2 Version1 using the GT Designer2 Version2.
(4) Open the project data created by GT Designer2 Version2 using the same software.
(5) Read the project data created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN using Import Project of GT Designer2 Version2.
(6) Convert the project data of GOT-F900 Series read from (1) to (4) in the above into GOT1000
Series. Convert the project data of GOT-F900 Series read in (5) into GT11.
Project Data Created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN
<Data Verification Methods>
If the project data has the following settings, the project data has been created by
FX-PCS-DU/WIN.
• The base screen has a No. 0 screen.
• [Common] [System Environment] has [Control Device] as a configuration
item.
(Configuration item for System Information does not exist.)
2.1 Necessary Tools to Convert Project Data
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2.3 Conversion of Product
To convert the project data of GOT-F900 Series, the following two methods are available depending on the
software type by which the project data to be converted is created.
For some models, the project data cannot be converted depending on by which software the data is created.
2.3.1
Conversion of project data created by GT Designer/GT Designer2
The project data of GOT-F900 Series created by GT Designer/GT Designer2 can be converted into
GOT1000 Series. Follow the procedures below to perform a conversion.
Select [Common] [System Environment]
[System Settings].
System Settings
Select GT11**-Q as the GOT type.
(Select the GOT type for conversion.)
System Settings
Click the
button.
(Determine the GOT type.)
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2.3 Conversion of Product
System Settings
Click the
button.
(Confirm changes of system settings.)
Convert the project data into a GT11**-Q type.
2.3.2
Conversion of project data created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN
The project data of GOT-F900 Series created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN can be converted into only GT11. Follow
the procedure below to perform a conversion.
New Project Wizard
Start New Project on GT Designer2.
Select GT11**-Q as the GOT type in the
New Project Wizard dialog.
Import Project
Select [Project]
[Import Project].
Select Source Project in the Import Project dialog
box.
5 Set "1" to Base Screen.
6 Click the Import button.
2.3 Conversion of Product
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Set "1".
Always create a backup of the original project data before conversion.
(1) When GOT-F900 Series is converted to GOT1000 Series, any settings, figures,
and objects not available in GOT1000 Series will be deleted.
(2) Once the project data of GOT-F900 Series is converted into GOT1000 Series
type, the data cannot be converted back to GOT-F900 Series from GOT1000
Series.
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2.3 Conversion of Product
3.
PROJECT DATA COMPATIBILITY
TABLE
The following table lists compatibility of each function to be converted to the project data of GT11 using GT
Designer2 and compatible versions of GT Designer2, based on the functions of GOT-F900 that can be used
by FX-PCS-DU/WIN. Refer to the concerning manual listed in Section 1.3 for details regarding the functions
of GT11.
Furthermore, this compatibility table is current as of March 2006.
This may be changed without notice.
3.1 View/Project
: Compatible,
Function Name of
FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Description of FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Compati-
Functions
bility
(GOT-F900)
Screen List
: Some functions are not supported.
: No applicable functions
Compatible
Versions of GT
Remarks
Designer2
Reference
Screen No, Screen Name, Bg
Screen Header
Color,
Security and Overlay Screen
2.32J
Partial reconfiguration is required after
conversion.
4.1
Settings
Text Library
-
2.32J
Image Library
-
2.32J
Device Comments
-
-
Treated as comment, and the numbers
are converted to 1 and after.
-
Treated as parts, and the numbers are
converted to 1 and after.
Not supported.
-
Head Address, Nbr of Alarms,
Alarms
Display Pos, Message, Report,
Scr. No, Print, Acknowledge and
2.32J
Some functions are not supported.
4.2
Reset Operation Settings
Time Channels
Data Banks
Common Settings
Individual Settings
Head Bit Device
-
Not supported.
2.32J
Week days, Start Time, End Time
and Comment Settings
4.3
2.32J
Some functions are not supported.
Data Sampler
-
-
Not supported.
-
Hard Copy
-
-
Not supported.
-
3.1 View/Project
3-1
Function Name of
FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Description of FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Compati-
Functions
bility
(GOT-F900)
Compatible
Versions of GT
Remarks
Designer2
Reference
GOT Type and Connection PLC
Project Settings
System Settings, and Display
Language Settings on System
2.32J
Some functions are not supported.
4.4
Screen and User-created Screen
Settings of Word Device and Bit
Interface Devices
Device for Screen Switching and
communicating information
-
Reconfiguration is required by Screen
Switching and System Information.
4.5
between various GOTs and PLC
Date/Time Format
Settings of Date/Time Display
Format on System Screen
-
Not supported.
-
Transfer and Screen Protect
System Settings
Entry Code
Settings, and Entry Code Input
2.32J
Some functions are not supported.
4.6
2.32J
Some functions are not supported.
4.7
Error Display Setting
Opening Screen Time, Backlight
Setup Data
Off Time, Connection, Buzzer,
Operation Settings at Touch
Input, and Handy GOT Settings
DU Printer
DU Menu Key
DU Menu Key Position Settings
-
-
-
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
Settings of Data Storage
Bar Code Settings
Destination Head Address and
Nbr of Address at Bar Code
Connection
Status observation
Color settings
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Set Object and Condition watch
cycle Settings
Color Selection (F940WGOT
only)
3.1 View/Project
-
Reconfiguration is required after
conversion.
-
4.8
-
3.2 Object
: Compatible,
Function Name of FX-PCSDU/WIN
: Some functions are not supported.
Description of FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Compati-
Functions
bility
(GOT-F900)
: No applicable functions
Compatible
Versions of GT
Remarks
Designer2
Reference
Text, Format, 8 6 dot font,
Text
Display Position and Character
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
Text
Size Settings
Device Settings, Format, Display
Library text
Position, 8 6 dot font, and
Character Size Settings
Image
Image
Image Registration No. and
Display Position Settings
2.32J
1 is added to Figure No., which is
converted as Object No.
4.9
Indirect Specification Device,
Library Image
Offset and Display Position
2.32J
-
-
Settings
Graph Object Device, Minimum
Bar Graph
Value, Maximum Value, Graph
Type, Scale Position, Format,
2.32J
Converted to Bar Graph.
Some functions are not supported.
4.10
Display Position and Size Settings
Graph Object Device, Data Size,
Minimum Value, Maximum Value,
Ticks Horizontal, Ticks Vertical,
Sampl.Cycle(s), Bg, Graph,
Trend Graph
Direction, Shown Devices (Line
Style, Color), Save Memory, Erase
2.32J
Converted to Trend Graph.
4.11
Trigger, Condition, (Erase Trigger
Device), Frame (Color), Frame
Type (Shape), Display Position,
Size Settings
Circle Graph
-
-
Not supported.
-
Graph
Graph Object Device, Minimum
Value, Maximum Value, Bg, Meter
Panel Meter
(Color), Fg (Color), Ticks, Frame
Each function is reflected to the
2.32J
(Color), Frame Type (Shape),
operation and inherited. However,
-
aspect ratio and needle shape change.
Display Position and Size Settings
Graph Object Device, Graph
Proportional Bar Graph Settings, Format, Display Position
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
and Size Settings
Graph Object Device, Graph
Proportional Pie Graph Settings, Format, Display Position
and Size Settings
Graph Object Device, Data Size,
Minimum Value, Maximum Value,
Ticks, Non-displayed Value,
Line Graph
Direction, Bg, Frame, Shown
Devices, Frame (Color), Frame
Type (Shape), Display Position
and Size Settings
3.2 Object
3-3
Function Name of FX-PCSDU/WIN
(GOT-F900)
Description of FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Compati-
Functions
bility
Compatible
Versions of GT
Remarks
Designer2
Reference
Indicator Display Object Bit
Device, Text Off, Text On, Off Bg,
Text Indicator
On Bg, Format, Display Position,
2.32J
-
-
8 6 dot font Specification and
Character Size Settings
Indicator Display Object Bit
Image Indicator
Device, Image Off, Image On,
2.32J
1 is added to the image number.
-
Not supported.
-
Display Position Settings
Indicator
Indicator
-
-
Indicator Display Object Bit
Device, Label, Label (Color),
Label Indicator
Frame, 8 6 dot font Specification,
2.32J
-
-
Character Size, OFF, ON, Display
Position and Size Settings
-
-
Output Indicator
-
-
Not supported.
-
Overlay Indicator
-
-
Not supported.
-
Buzzer
-
-
Not supported.
-
View Format, Display Color, 8 6
Date/Time
Perform the change screen with the
Change Screen
Date
dot font Use, Display Position and
2.32J
Character Size Settings
View Format, Display Color, 8 6
Time
dot font Use, Display Position and
2.32J
Character Size Settings
Device Settings, Frame Type and
Date Display, Scroll Display Use,
Detailed Settings, 8 6 dot font
The background is transparent.
Some functions are not supported.
The background is transparent.
No, and the wind
2.32J
4.12
4.13
No. and screen No.
used for detail display.
-
In addition, 8 6 dot fonts are not
Use, Display Position and
Alarm
Some functions are not supported.
4.5
1 is added to the displayed comment
Color Settings, Save Memory,
Alarm List
device specified by "Screen Switching".
supported.
Character Size Settings
View Format, Display Settings,
Alarm History
Frame Type and Color Settings,
8 6 dot font Use, Display Position
2.32J
8 6 dot fonts are not supported.
4.2
and Character Size Settings
Word Device, Data Length, Data
Converted to "Ascii Input" if "Data
Changeable, Frame and Bg Color
Ascii
Settings, 8 6 dot font Use,
Changeable" is checked in the
2.32J
configuration of FX-PCS-DU/WIN, and
Display Position, Character Size,
"Ascii Display" if "Data Changeable" is
User ID and Next ID Settings
not checked.
-
Display Device Settings, Data
Changeable, Minimum Value,
Converted to "Numerical Input" if" Data
Maximum Value, Decimal Point,
Changeable" is checked in the
Format String (Combined Display
of Numbers and Characters),
Number
3.2 Object
"Numerical Display" if" Data
Frame and Bg Color Settings,
Changeable" is not checked.
Calculation Formula, 8 6 dot font
In addition, format string is not
Use, Display Position, Character
supported.
Size, User ID and Next ID Settings
3-4
configuration of FX-PCS-DU/WIN, and
2.32J
-
Function Name of FX-PCSDU/WIN
(GOT-F900)
Box
Box
Circle
Filled Box
Circle
Filled Circle
Description of FX-PCS-DU/WIN
Compati-
Functions
bility
Frame, Filled, Pattern, Position
and Size Settings
Frame, Filled, Pattern, Position
and Size Settings
Compatible
Versions of GT
Remarks
Designer2
Reference
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
2.32J
-
-
Some functions are not supported.
Line
Type, Line Color, Start Position
and End Position Settings
2.32J
In addition, if key codes or functions are
assigned, conversion details differ
4.14
depending on the setting.
Touch Key
-
2.32J
Not supported.
-
Keyboard
-
-
Not supported.
-
3.2 Object
3-5
MEMO
3-6
3.2 Object
4.
CONFIRMATION AND SETTINGS
AFTER CONVERSION
When the screen data created by FX-PCS-DU/WIN is converted to the GT11 project data with GT Designer2,
the settings for some functoins may very depending on the software by which the data is created or on the
GOT type.
This chapter describes confirmation after conversion settings of functions that need to be set again.
4.1 Screen List [View/Project]
4.1.1
Conversion summary
"Screen List (Header)" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Each screen is converted to Base Screen, and +1 is added to Screen Number.
The common screen is converted to the Screen Number 501 and displayed on top of
Screen No
other screens by the "Set Overlay Screen" function.
(When operating "Import Project" with GT Designer2, set "1" for Base Screen.)
Header
Screen List
At this time, the display order (front/back) of screens changes.
Screen Name
Bg
The setting is retained in "Screen Property".
The setting is retained in "Screen Property". For FX-PCS-DU/WIN, the resetting is
required since there is no transparent setting.
Security
The setting is retained in "Screen Property".
Backlight color
Not supported.
Overlay screen setting
The setting is retained in "Set Overlay Screen".
4.1 Screen List [View/Project]
4-1
4.1.2
Resettings after conversion
The common screen is converted to the Screen Number 501 and displayed on top of each base screen by
"Set Overlay Screen" function.
In addition, since there is no transparent setting for FX-PCS-DU/WIN, Background is selected for the entire
screen after the conversion.
As a result, only figure or object, which is laid out to the Screen Number 501, is displayed after the
conversion.
To display each screen, it is necessary to reset the Background of the Screen Number 501 to transparent in
"Properties" of "Screen" after the conversion.
Screen Property
Uncheck the checkbox to make
the background transparent setting.
Screen display order (front/back)
Although the common screen of FX-PCS-DU/WIN is displayed behind the other
user-created screens, the Screen Number 501 is displayed on top of other base
screens in GT Designer 2.
When parts (figure or object) placed on each screen are displayed in layers, the
display order (front/back) changes after the conversion.
Change the project data according to the application.
4-2
4.1 Screen List [View/Project]
4.2 Alarm [View/Project]
4.2.1
Conversion summary
"Alarm" is converted as shown below.
Settings
Common
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Head Address
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Device".
Nbr of Alarms
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Number of alarms to monitor".
Display Pos
The setting is retained.
Converted to Basic Comment No. 5000 or later.
Message
(For example, the comment of Alarm 1 becomes Comment No. 5000.)
Individual Settings
None
Alarm
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Change Scr.
Report
Overlapped
Moving Alarm
Scr. No
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Detailed alarm display type".
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Detailed alarm display type".
(The name is changed to Base Screen.)
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Detailed alarm display type".
(The name is changed to Comment Window.)
Not supported. (No display)
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"Detail".
Print
Not supported.
Acknowledge
Reset
4.2.2
Reflected to "Alarm History"-"Device (Common)"-"RST".
Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings in "Alarm History" and "Basic Comment List" after conversion.
• Alarm History
: Displayed with "Alarm History" in "Common".
• Basic Comment List : Displayed by double-clicking "Comment"-"Basic Comment" in the Workspace.
Alarm History
Confirm the settings.
Basic Comment List
Confirm the settings.
4.2 Alarm [View/Project]
4-3
4.3 Time Channels [View/Project]
4.3.1
Conversion summary
"Time Channels" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Common
Settings
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Head Address
Resetting is required.
Weekdays
Time Channels
Individual
Start Time
Settings
End Time
Resetting is required. (The setting for seconds cannot be made.)
Comment
4.3.2
Resetting is required.
Resettings after conversion
After conversion, reset with "Time Action" in "Common".
Time Action
Click
Click
Click "1" on the screen shown above, and then click the "Edit" button.
The following dialog box appears.
Set Time and Action again on the tabs individually.
Time tab
4-4
4.3 Time Channels [View/Project]
Action tab
4.4 Project Settings [View/Project]
4.4.1
Conversion summary
"Project Settings" of "System Settings" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Terminal
Fixed to "GT11".
PLC System
Resetting is required in "System Environment"-"System Settings".
DU System language
Reflected to "System Environment"-"GOT Setup".
Character Set
Resetting is required in "System Environment"-"System Settings".
Project Settings
4.4.2
Resettings after conversion
After conversion, reset with "System Settings" in "System Environment" of "Common".
Conversion from "DU System language" can be confirmed in "GOT Setup".
System Settings
Fixed to GT11.
Resetting is required.
GOT Setup
The conversion result
can be confirmed.
4.4 Project Settings [View/Project]
4-5
4.5 Interface Devices [View/Project]
4.5.1
Conversion summary
"Interface Devices" cannot be converted.
Resetting with GT Designer2 is required after conversion.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Word Device
Interface Devices
Bit Device
4.5.2
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Resetting is required in "System Environment"-"Screen Switching" and
"System Environment"-"System Information".
Resetting is required in "System Environment"-"System Information".
Resettings after conversion
After conversion, reset with "Screen Switching" and "System Information" in "System Environment" of
"Common".
1 Interface Devices assignment and resetting items
Bit Device assignment (When assigning auxiliary relay M0)
Bit Device
M0
M1
M2
M3
Control description
Turning M0 from OFF to ON clears the alarm history.
Turns ON while the device assigned by the alarm function is
ON.
Resetting item
Reset in "Alarm History"-"Option [Common]"-"History
Clear".
Not supported.
The backlight on the display screen turns off if M2 is turned
Control with "Read Device" of "System Information"
ON after the designated time.
(System Signal 1-1 b0).
Turning M3 from OFF to ON clears the data sampled in the
sampling mode.
Not supported.
M4
M5
Turns ON while sampling is performed in the sampling
mode.
Turns ON as a numerical setting completion flag.
Control with "Write Device" of "System Information"
(System Signal 2-1 b4).
Control with "Write Device" of "System Information"
M6
Turns ON when the battery of the GOT goes low.
(System Signal 2-2 b12).
When using this function, check the "Battery Alarm
Display" box of "GOT Setup".
M7
Turns ON while the grip switch of the Handy GOT is
pressed.
Turns ON when the data read from the bar code reader is
M8
stored in the PLC.
When the interface device M10 turns ON, M8 turns OFF.
At the bar code reader connection, the bar code input is
M9
disabled by turning ON M9, and the data read to the GOT is
cleared.
M10
4-6
When M10 is turned ON, M8 turns OFF.
4.5 Interface Devices [View/Project]
Not supported.
Control with "Write Device" of "System Information"
(System Signal 2-1 b6).
Control with "Read Device" of "System Information"
(System Signal 1-1 b5).
Control with "Read Device" of "System Information"
(System Signal 1-1 b6).
Word Device assignment (When assigning data register D0)
Word Device
Control description
Specifies the screen number to be displayed in the screen
D0
D1
D2
mode.
D0: Specifies one screen number to be displayed.
D1: Specifies two screen numbers to be displayed in layers.
D2: Specifies three screen numbers to be displayed in
layers.
Resetting item
Set in "Screen Switching".
The assignment is as follows:
D0
Base Screen
D1
Overlap Window 1
D2
Overlap Window 2
Control with "Write Device" of "System Information".
The screen number in the table is stored.
D3
D4
D5
D3: The screen number currently displayed is stored.
D4: The screen number of the second screen is stored when
more than one screen is displayed in layers.
D5: The screen number of the third screen is stored when
three screens are displayed in layers.
The assignment is as follows:
D3
Word device of Write Device No. +2
D4
Word device of Write Device No. +3
D5
Not supported.
Confirm using the device assigned to "Overlap
Window 2" of "Screen Switching Device".
D6
Specifies the file No. of data file for reading and writing
D7
Parts ID of which input is to be completed
Not supported.
Control with "Write Device" of "System Information"
(Word device of Write Device No. +4).
2 Setting screen
Screen Switching
Set again.
4.5 Interface Devices [View/Project]
4-7
System Information
Set again.
4-8
4.5 Interface Devices [View/Project]
4.6 Entry Code [View/Project]
4.6.1
Conversion summary
"Entry code" of "System Settings" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Entry Code
4.6.2
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Transfer
Reflected to "System Environment"-"Password"-"System".
Screen Protect
Resetting is required in "System Environment"-"Password"-"Security".
Display entry code input error
Not supported.
Resettings after conversion
After conversion, reset with "Password" in "System Environment" of "Common".
Password
Set again.
4.6 Entry Code [View/Project]
4-9
4.7 Setup Data [View/Project]
4.7.1
Conversion summary
"Setup Data" of "System Settings" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Opening Screen Time
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Reflected to "System Environment"-"GOT Setup".
Reflected to "System Environment"-"GOT Setup" as follows.
<When the setting time is 0 to 60 (Min)>
Save Screen Time:
Backlight Off Time
0 to 60 (Min)
Screen Save Backlight: OFF
<When the setting time is 61 to 99 (Min)>
Save Screen Time:
60 (Min)
Screen Save Backlight: OFF
Reflected to "System Environment"-"GOT Setup" as follows.
Setup Data
Buzzer
ON
Short
OFF
None
Port
Type
Connection
Reset in "System Environment"-"Communication Settings".
PLC Station No
GOT Station No
When touch input detected do
not change to input
Checked/Not checked
Use GripSwitch
Not supported.
Pressed Writing
Switch OFF operation
Handy GOT Setting
Reflected to "System Environment"-"Handy GOT" as follows.
LED operation
4 - 10
4.7 Setup Data [View/Project]
Depend on GripSwitch
Depend on Bit Device condition
Depend on Bit Device
Depend on Bit Device condition
Always OFF
Always OFF
4.7.2
Confirmation after conversion
After conversion, reset the setting items related to the connection with "Communication Settings" in "System
Environment" of "Common".
In addition, confirm the setting after conversion in "GOT Setup" and "Handy GOT" of "System Environment".
Communication Settings
Set again.
GOT Setup
Set again.
4.7 Setup Data [View/Project]
4 - 11
Handy GOT
Set again.
4 - 12
4.7 Setup Data [View/Project]
4.8 Status Observation [View/Project]
4.8.1
Conversion summary
"Status Observation" of "System Settings" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Set Object
Status Observation
Condition watch cycle
4.8.2
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Reset in "Common"-"Status Observation".
(Tab selection at resetting)
Reset in "Common"-"Status Observation".
Resettings after conversion
After conversion, reset with "Status Observation" of "Common".
Status Observation
Select the object to be set.
Click the Add button,
and set Trigger and Action.
Set Observe Cycle.
4.8 Status Observation [View/Project]
4 - 13
4.9 Image [Object]
4.9.1
Conversion summary
"Image" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
"Fixed Parts Display "-"Basic"-"Parts Type" is set to "Parts Data".
No.
Reflected to "Fixed Parts Display"-"Basic"-"Attribute"- "Parts No" and "+1"
Position
Reflected to Propetysheet (X-Position, Y-Position).
Image
is added.
Word Device
Image
Device setLibrary
ting
Reflected to "Word Parts Display"-"Basic"-"Device".
Data Size
Image
4.9.2
Displayed value
Offset
Reflected to "Word Parts Display"-"Data Operation tab"-"Data Operation".
Position
Reflected to X-Position, Y-Position of Propertysheet.
Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Fixed Parts Display
Confirm the setting.
4 - 14
4.9 Image [Object]
4.10 Bar Graph [Graph]
4.10.1 Conversion summary
"Bar Graph" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Word Device
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Device/Scale"-"Device"-"Device".
Device Set-
Data Size
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Device/Scale"-"Device"-"Data Size".
tings
Displayed
value
Current/Set is distinguished according to the device.
Minimum
Direct
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Lower limit"-"Fixed".
Value
Indirect
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Lower limit"-"Device".
Maximum
Direct
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Upper Limit"-"Fixed".
Value
Indirect
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Upper Limit"-"Device".
Right
Graph
Up
The directions are changed to vertically or horizontally in "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"View
Type
Left
Format"-"Direction".
Down
Left
Bar Graph
Scale Posi-
Up
tion
Right
Not supported.
Down
Format
Frame(Color)
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Frame".
Bg
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Plate".
Graph
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Device/Scale"-"Device"-"Graph and Scale"-"Color".
Frame
Type(Shape)
Ticks
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Frame Format".
Reflected to "Bar Graph"-"Device/Scale"-"Scale Style"-"Scale Points".
X
Position
Reflected to Propertysheet (X-Position, Y-Position).
Y
W
Size
Not supported.
H
4.10 Bar Graph [Graph]
4 - 15
4.10.2 Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Basic)
Confirm the settings.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Device/Scale)
Confirm the settings.
4 - 16
4.10 Bar Graph [Graph]
4.11 Trend Graph [Graph]
4.11.1 Conversion summary
"Trend Graph" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Word Device
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Device"-"Device".
Displayed
16 bits
value
32 bits
Minimum
Direct
Value
Indirect
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Lower limit"-"Device".
Maximum
Direct
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Upper limit"-"Fixed".
Value
Indirect
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Upper limit"-"Device".
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Device"-"Data Size".
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Lower limit"-"Fixed".
Ticks Horizontal
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Scale Style"-"Scale"-"Scale Point (X)".
Ticks Vertical
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Scale Style"-"Scale"-"Scale Point (Y)".
"Trend"-"Trigger"-"Trigger Type" is set to "Sampling" and converted to
Sampl. Cycle (S)
"
100ms".
Bg
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Plate".
Graph
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Scale Style"-"Color".
Right
Trend Graph
Direction
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Direction".
Left
Shown
Line Style
Reflected to "Trend"-"Device/Scale"-"Device".
In addition, the set number is reflected to "Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Number
Devices
Color
Save Memory
Checked/
of Pens".
Not checked
Erase Trigger
Device
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Store Memory".
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Condition
Color
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Frame".
Shape
Reflected to "Trend"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Shape".
Frame
X
Position
Reflected to Propertysheet (X-Position, Y-Position).
Y
W
Size
Not supported.
H
4.11 Trend Graph [Graph]
4 - 17
4.11.2 Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Basic)
Confirm the settings.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Device/Scale)
Confirm the settings.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Trigger)
Confirm the settings.
4 - 18
4.11 Trend Graph [Graph]
4.12 Date [Object]
4.12.1 Conversion summary
"Date" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Normal
Format
Reflected to "Date"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Date Type".
Short
Format
Settings
Text (Color)
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Color".
Frame (Color)
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Frame".
Frame Type (Shape)
Bg Transparent
Date
Use 8 6 dot font
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Shape".
Checked/
Not checked
Checked/
Not checked
Not supported.
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Font".
X
Position
Reflected to Propertysheet (X-Position, Y-Position).
Y
Character
W
Size
H
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Size".
4.12.2 Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Date Display
Confirm the settings.
4.12 Date [Object]
4 - 19
4.13 Time [Object]
4.13.1 Conversion summary
"Time" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
Reflected to "Time Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Time
Short
Type".
Format
Format
Settings
Text (Color)
Reflected to "Time Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Color".
Frame (Color)
Reflected to "Time Display"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Frame".
Frame Type (Shape)
Bg Transparent
Time
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Normal
Use 8 6 dot font
Reflected to "Date Display"-"Basic tab"-"Frame Format"-"Shape".
Checked/
Not checked
Checked/
Not checked
Not supported.
Reflected to "Time Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Font".
X
Position
Reflected to Propertysheet (X-Position, Y-Position).
Y
Character
W
Size
H
Reflected to "Time Display"-"Basic tab"-"View Format"-"Size".
4.13.2 Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Time Display
Confirm the settings.
4 - 20
4.13 Time [Object]
4.14 Line [Object]
4.14.1 Conversion summary
"Line" is converted as shown below.
FX-PCS-DU/WIN (GOT-F900)
GT Designer2 (GT11)
Type
Reflected to “Line” - “Line Width”.
Line (Color)
Reflected to “Line” - “Line Color”.
X
Line
Start Position
Y
Although there is no setting, the size is retained after conversion.
X
End Position
Y
4.14.2 Confirmation after conversion
Confirm the settings after converting the data to GOT1000 Series.
Line
Confirm the settings.
4.14 Line [Object]
4 - 21
MEMO
4 - 22
4.14 Line [Object]
5.
PROJECT DATA COMPATIBILITY
TABLE
The following table lists compatibility with GOT1000 Series and compatible versions of GT Designer2 based
on the functions of GOT-F900 Series.
Refer to the concerning manual listed in Section 1.3 for details regarding the functions of GOT1000 Series.
Furthermore, this compatibility table is current as of March 2006.
5.1 Common
: Compatible
Function Name of
Description of GOT-F900 Series
GOT-F900 Series
Functions
System Setting
Project Title
GOT Type, PLC Type, Color
Setting
Project Title, Project ID, Detailed
Explanation, Author setting
: Some functions are not supported.
GT11
GT15
GT Soft-
Compatible
GOT
Versions of
1000
GT Designer2
2.32J
: No applicable functions
Remarks
Some functions are not
supported.
2.32J
-
Reference
6.1
-
Action when switching screens,
When touch input is detected,
Auxiliary Setting
open key window at the same time,
Format, Subscreen color,
2.32J
Some functions are not
supported.
6.2
Subscreen contents, Display
System Environment
keywindow onto subscreen area
System
Read Device, Current Recipe No,
Information
Write Device
The conversion
2.32J
destinations for some
6.3
settings are changed.
Base Screen, Overlap Window1,
Screen Switching
Overlap Window2, Uninitialize
2.32J
switching screen device
Level Device, Display Password
Password
Input Error, Data Transmission/
6.4
Some functions are not
supported.
2.32J
6.5
Utility
Key Window
GOT Setup
Language
Menu Key
Handy GOT
Settings
Key Window Settings
Opening Screen Time, Backlight
Off Time, Connection, Buzzer
System language, Character Set,
Date Format
System Screen Overlay Touch
Position Settings
Grip Switch, ON
2.32J
2.32J
2.32J
-
Some functions are not
supported.
6.6
6.7
The conversion
2.32J
destinations for some
6.8
settings are changed.
OFF behavior
of the Momentary Switch, Grip
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Some functions are not
supported.
6.9
Switch LED
Serial Port
Speed, Handshaking, Parity, Data
Bit
-
Hard Copy
Hard Copy Function Settings
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Operation Panel
Operation Panel Function Settings
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Bar Code
Bar Code Function Settings
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Not supported.
Some functions are not
supported.
Not supported.
Not supported by
SoftGOT1000.
5.1 Common
6.10
-
5-1
Function Name of
Description of GOT-F900 Series
GOT-F900 Series
Functions
Status Observation
Project/Screen Unit Status
Observation Settings
Time Action
Time Action Function Settings
Sampling
Sampling Function Settings
GT11
GT15
GT Soft-
Compatible
GOT
Versions of
1000
GT Designer2
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-
Remarks
The contents of some
settings are changed.
Some functions are not
supported.
Not supported.
Reference
6.11
-
Alarm History Settings Common to
Alarm History
the Projects (Alarm History
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Common Settings)
Floating Alarm
Recipe
Parts
Floating Alarm Display Function
Settings
Recipe Function Settings
Parts Reading, Registering, and
Deleting setting
Comment
Comment Settings
Gaiji
Gaiji Settings
5-2
5.1 Common
Some functions are not
6.12
supported.
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6.13
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-
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-
Not supported.
5.2 Object
: Compatible,
Function Name of
Description of GOT-F900
GOT-F900 Series
Series Functions
GT11
: Some functions are not supported.
GT15
GT Soft-
Compatible
GOT
Versions of
1000
GT Designer2
: No applicable functions
Remarks
Reference
• Changed to "ON PreferBit Switch
Bit Operating Switch Settings
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ence" on the option page
-
when "Simultaneous
Press" is checked.
• Changed to "Delay No"
Data Set Swtich
Word Operating Switch
Settings
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on the option page when
-
"Auto Repeat" is
checked.
Special Function
Special Function (list editor)
Switch
Switch Settings
Go to Screen
Switch
Switch
Data Change
Switch
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Go to Screen Switch Settings
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Data Change Switch Settings
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Recipe Transfer
Recipe Transfer Switch
Switch
Settings
Key Code Switch
Key Code Switch Settings
-
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Some functions are not
supported.
Some functions are not
supported.
Not supported.
Some functions are not
supported.
6.14
-
6.15
6.16
6.17
• Changed to "ON Preference" on the option page
when "Simultaneous
Multi Action
Switch
Multi Action Switch Settings
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Press" is checked.
• Changed to "Delay No"
-
on the option page when
"Auto Repeat" is
checked.
Bit lamp
Lamp
Bit lamp Area
Screen lamp
External lamp
Numerical Display
Ascii Display
Numerical Input
Bit Device Switching Lamp
Display Function Settings
Bit lamp Area Settings
Screen lamp Function
Settings
External lamp Function
Settings
Numerical Display Function
Settings
Ascii Display Function
Settings
Numerical Input Function
Settings
"Font" is changed to 6 8
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dots when "Use 6 8 dot
-
font" is checked.
-
-
Not supported.
-
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-
Some functions are not
supported.
6.18
"Font" is changed to 6 8
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dots when "Use 6 8 dot
-
font" is checked.
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Some functions are not
6.19
supported.
Ascii Input
Date Display
Time Display
Ascii Input Function Settings
Date Display Function
Settings
Time Display Function
Settings
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6.20
"Font" is changed to 6 8
-
dots when "Use 6 8 dot
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font" is checked.
5.2 Object
-
5-3
Function Name of
Description of GOT-F900
GOT-F900 Series
Series Functions
GT11
GT15
GT Soft-
Compatible
GOT
Versions of
1000
GT Designer2
Remarks
Reference
Comment
Bit Device Switching
Bit Comment
Comment Display Function
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Word Device Switching
Word Comment
Comment Display Function
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Alarm
Alarm History
Alarm list
Parts
Bit Parts
Word Parts
Fixed Parts
Alarm History Function
Settings
Alarm list Function Settings
Bit Device Switching Parts
Display Function Settings
Word Device Switching Parts
Display Function Settings
Parts Display Function
Settings Using Fixed Parts
Panelmeter Display Function
Panelmeter
Settings
Line Graph
Trend Graph
Line Graph Function Settings
Trend Graph Function
Settings
Bar Graph
Bar Graph Function Settings
Statistics Bar
Statistics Bar Graph Function
Graph
Settings
Statistics Pie
Statistics Pie Graph Function
Graph
Settings
Circle Graph
Circle Graph Function
Settings
6.23
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6.24
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expression is changed to
-
offset +$$.
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The conversion
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destinations for some
6.25
settings are changed.
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-
-
The conversion
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destinations for some
-
settings are changed.
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Some functions are not
supported.
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6.26
6.27
Some settings are
changed.
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-
-
-
-
Buzzer
Buzzer Function Settings
-
Settings
Data computing
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Keyboard Function Settings
Set Overlay Screen Function
6.22
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Keyboard
Set Overlay Screen
Some functions are not
supported.
Settings
Graph
6.21
Settings
Not supported.
6.28
6.29
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Key Window Position
5-4
5.2 Object
Key Window Display Position
Settings
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5.3 Figure
: Compatible,
Function Name of
Description of GOT-F900
GOT-F900 Series
Series Functions
GT11
: Some functions are not supported.
GT15
GT Soft
Compatible
GOT
Versions of GT
1000
Designer2
: No applicable functions
Remarks
Reference
"Font" is changed to 6 8
Text
Text Settings
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dots when "Use 6 8 dot
-
font" is checked.
Line
Line drawing
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Rectangle
Unfilled rectangle drawing
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Rectangle (Filled)
Filled rectangle drawing
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Circle
Unfilled circle drawing
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-
Circle (Filled)
Filled circle drawing
-
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Pasting Bit map data
Import Image
(*.bmp) to the screen being
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edited
Import DXF
Pasting DXF data (*.dxf) to
the screen being edited
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5.3 Figure
5-5
MEMO
5-6
5.3 Figure
6.
CONFIRMATION AND SETTINGS
AFTER CONVERSION
This chapter describes the confirmation and setting methods for the functions, which, in the compatibility
table in Chapter 3, are not fully supported by GOT1000 Series and whose setting value or setting destination
is changed after conversion.
6.1 System Settings [Common]
6.1.1
Conversion summary
The System Settings are converted according to the following.
PLC Type
GT11, 15 Series
MELSEC-QnA/Q
MELSEC-QnA/Q, MELDAS C6*
MELSEC-Q (Multi)
MELSEC-Q (Multi)/Q Motion
MELSEC-A
MELSEC-A
MELSEC-FX
MELSEC-FX
OMRON SYSMAC
OMRON SYSMAC
YASKAWA CP9200SH/MP900
YASKAWA CP9200SH/MP900
Computer
Computer
AB SLC500
AB SLC500
AB MicroLogix1000/1200/1500
AB MicroLogix1000/1200/1500
SEIMENS S7-300
SEIMENS S7-300/400
SEIMENS S7-200
SEIMENS S7-200
SoftGOT1000
MELSEC-Q (Multi)
Color
MELSEC-QnA/Q, MELDAS C6*
Settings
System Settings
GOT-F900 Series
FX(2N)-10GM/20GM
MELSEC-QnA/Q, MELDAS C6*
FREQROL
FREQROL500/700
MATSUSHITA MEWNET FP
MATSUSHITA MEWNET FP
FUJI N
MELSEC-QnA/Q, MELDAS C6*
256 colors, 8 colors
256 colors
2 colors (monochrome)
GT11: Monochrome 16-tone, GT15: 256
colors
256 colors
6.1 System Settings [Common]
6-1
6.1.2
Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set the Controller Type in the System Settings again.
System Settings
Set the Controller Type.
6-2
6.1 System Settings [Common]
6.2 Auxiliary Setting [Common]
6.2.1
Conversion summary
The Auxiliary Setting is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GT15 Series,
GT11 Series
SoftGOT1000
Don't display cursor and key
window
Action when switching
screen
Display cursor only
Display cursor and key window
The settings are retained.
When touch input is
detected, open key
window at the same
Checked/Not checked
time
Use Serial Port, Setup
language, Menu Key
Auxiliary
Setting
Format
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to Checked/Not checked to enable the
setup of "GOT Setup".
Full (Vertical)
Reflected to the System
Full (Horizontal)
Settings format.
Divided (Left)
Divided (Right)
Divided (Both)
Sub screen color
Not supported.
Keyboard
Alarm History
Sub screen contents
Not supported.
Alarm List
Alarm Frequency
Custom
Display Key window
onto sub screen area
6.2.2
Checked/Not checked
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the GOT Setup.
GOT Setup
Confirm the setting.
6.2 Auxiliary Setting [Common]
6-3
6.3 System Information [Common]
6.3.1
Conversion summary
The System Information is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
Read Device
System
Information
Current Recipe No.
Write Device
6.3.2
GOT1000 Series
Device Value
The settings are retained.
Checked/
Reflected to the external input and output
Not checked
function/output information.
Device Value
The settings are retained.
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the System Information.
System Information
Confirm the setting.
6-4
6.3 System Information [Common]
6.4 Screen Switching [Common]
6.4.1
Conversion summary
The Screen Switching is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
Base Screen
GOT1000 Series
Device Value
Checked/
Overlap Window1
Not checked
Device Value
Screen
Checked/
Switching
Overlap Window2
Not checked
Device Value
6.4.2
Uninitialize switching screen
Checked/
device
Not checked
Retained in Base Screen Switching.
The setting is retained.
Retained in Switching.
The setting is retained.
Retained in Switching.
Not supported.
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Screen Switching.
Screen Switching
Confirm the settings.
6.4 Screen Switching [Common]
6-5
6.5 Password [Common]
6.5.1
Conversion summary
The Password is converted according to the following.
GOT1000 Series delete the password settings when the password is set without setting the Level Device.
In addition, GOT1000 Series do not have the [Display password input error] setting and always display a
password input error.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Checked/
Level Device
Not checked
Device Value
The settings are retained.
Security
Level
Password
Display password input error
System
6.5.2
Data Transmission/Utility
1 to 15
Checked/
Not checked
Password
Not supported.
Retained only when the
Level Devices are set.
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Password.
Password
Confirm the Level Device and
Password settings.
6-6
6.5 Password [Common]
6.6 GOT Setup [Common]
6.6.1
Conversion summary
The GOT Setup is converted according to the following.
The Backlight Off Time is converted to the Save Screen Time, and 61 to 99 (Min) are set to 60 (Min).
GOT-F900 Series
Opening Screen Time
GT11, 15 Series
0 to 60 (Sec)
0 to 60 (Min)
Backlight Off Time
GOT Setup
61 to 99 (Min)
SoftGOT1000
The setting is retained.
The setting is retained.
Save Screen Time: 0 to 60 (Min)
Screen Save Backlight: OFF
Not supported.
Save Screen Time: 60 (Min)
Screen Save Backlight: OFF
ON
Buzzer Volume: Short
Buzzer Volume: Short
OFF
Buzzer Volume: None
Buzzer Volume: None
Not supported.
Not supported.
Buzzer
Port
Type
Connection
Station No.
GOT Station No.
6.6.2
When touch input detected do not
Checked/
change to input
Not checked
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the GOT Setup.
GOT Setup
Confirm the settings.
6.6 GOT Setup [Common]
6-7
6.7 Language [Common]
6.7.1
Conversion summary
The Language is converted according to the following.
The Language is converted to the GOT Setup of GOT1000 Series.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
English
The setting is retained in the GOT Setup.
System Language
Japanese
Chinese (Simplified)
Set to the Japanese setting in the GOT Setup.
Japanese
Chinese (Simplified)
Language
Character Set
Chinese (Traditional)
West Europe
Not supported.
Korea
Europe
Date Format
USA
6.7.2
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the GOT Setup.
GOT Setup
Confirm the settings.
6-8
6.7 Language [Common]
6.8 Menu Key [Common]
6.8.1
Conversion summary
The Menu Key is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
Menu Key
6.8.2
GT11, 15 Series
Reflected to the Utility Call Key in the
GOT Setup.
SoftGOT1000
Reflected to the Utility Call Key in the GOT
Setup when only one conversion source is
set before conversion.
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the GOT Setup.
GOT Setup
Confirm the setting.
6.8 Menu Key [Common]
6-9
6.9 Handy GOT [Common]
6.9.1
Conversion summary
The Handy GOT is converted according to the following.
The Handy GOT is applicable to only F94* and GT11 Series.
GOT-F900 Series
GT11 Series
Enable
Grip Switch
Disable
Write condition of the Grip Switch to
the PLC.
ON
Handy GOT
OFF behaviors
of the Momentary
Switch
Depend on Grip Switch
Depend on Grip Switch
Grip Switch LED
Settings
Depend on Grip Bit Device condition
Always OFF
6.9.2
Not supported.
Depend on Touch Switch
Depend on Bit Device
condition
Depend on Bit Device
condition
The setting is retained.
Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the Handy GOT.
Handy GOT
Confirm the setting.
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6.9 Handy GOT [Common]
6.10 Hard Copy [Common]
6.10.1 Conversion summary
The Hard Copy is converted according to the following.
GT11 Series do not support the Hard Copy function.
When converting the data to GT15 Series or SoftGOT1000, the target is set to "Printer" if the Hard Copy is
set.
GOT-F900 Series
Rev/Norm
GT15Series, SoftGOT1000
Checked/Not checked
The setting is retained.
Checked/Not checked
Change Page
1 to 4
Not supported.
(after the screen)
Hard Copy
Checked/Not checked
Start Trigger
Device
Checked/Not checked
The settings are retained.
Abort Trigger
Device
Trigger Watch Cycle
2 to 60 (Sec)
6.10.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Hard Copy.
Hard Copy
Confirm the settings.
6.10 Hard Copy [Common]
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6.11 Time Action [Common]
6.11.1 Conversion summary
The Time Action is converted according to the following.
GOT1000 Series do not support "Second" of the Start.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Time Action
1 to 8
Head Bit
Common Settings
Device
Weekdays
Time Action
Start Time
Individual Settings
Sun. to Sat.
Device
Checked/
The settings are retained.
Not checked
Hr
0 to 23
Min
0 to 59
Sec
0 to 59
Hr
0 to 23
Min
0 to 59
Sec
0 to 59
Not supported.
The settings are retained.
End Time
Not supported.
6.11.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Time Action.
Time Action
Confirm the settings.
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6.11 Time Action [Common]
6.12 Alarm History [Common]
6.12.1 Conversion summary
The Alarm History is converted according to the following.
For the Watch Cycle, "3 to 5" is converted to "6".
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Historical
Mode
Cumulative
Number of alarms to
monitor
The settings are retained.
1 to 256
3 to 5
6
6 to 800
6 to 800
Watch Cycle
Not Display
Detailed alarm display
type
Base Screen
Device
(Common)
Comment Window
Device
Cmnt No.
The settings are retained.
Comment Selection
Detail
Alarm History
Print
Ack
YES
RST ON
NO
RST -
Reset
Detailed Display No.
Continuous, Random
Number of Alarms
Checked/Not checked
Occurred
Device
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
Option
(Common)
History Clear
Device
When no of alarm
occurrences exceed 1000,
delete oldest alarm
occurrences
When number of alarm occurrences
Checked/Not checked
exceeds set value, delete oldest alarm
occurrences.
6.12 Alarm History [Common]
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6.12.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Alarm History.
Alarm History
Set again.
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6.12 Alarm History [Common]
6.13 Floating Alarm [Common]
6.13.1 Conversion summary
The Floating Alarm is converted according to the following.
GT11 Series do not support the Floating Alarm.
GOT-F900 Series
Device Points
GT15Series, SoftGOT1000
1 to 256
Reflected to the Advanced User Alarm Observation-Device-Alarm
(Device) Points.
Top
Display Location
Center
The Screen Property-Auxiliary-Display Location is set to "Bottom".
Bottom
Ticker
Report Method
Floating Alarm
Overlapped
Not supported.
Window
Device
Reflected to the Advanced User Alarm Observation-Device-Device.
Reflected to the Advanced User Alarm Observation-Device-General Com-
Cmnt No.
ment.
Reflected to the Advanced User Alarm Observation-Device-General Com-
Comment
ment.
X
Size
Reflected to the Advanced Alarm-Popup Display-Text-Size.
Y
6.13 Floating Alarm [Common]
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6.13.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Advanced User Alarm Observation
and the Advanced Alarm Popup Display.
Advanced User Alarm Observation
Confirm the setting.
Advanced Alarm Popup Display
Screen Property
Confirm the
setting.
Confirm the
setting.
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6.13 Floating Alarm [Common]
6.14 Special Function Switch [Object]
6.14.1 Conversion summary
The Special Function Switch is converted according to the following.
After converting to GOT1000 Series, the Switch Action is set to the Utility.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Password
Change Brightness
Switch Action
Converted to "Utility".
Clock Setting
Basic
List Editor
Display Style
Category
Special Function
The settings are retained.
Text
Text/Lamp
Lamp
Switch
Simultaneous Press
Not supported.
Checked/
Set to "ON Preference" on the
Not checked
Extended tab.
Ordinary
Trigger
Trigger Type
ON
The settings are retained.
OFF
Auto Repeat
Checked/
Set to "Delay No" on the
Not checked
Extended tab.
6.14.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Special Function Switch dialog.
Special Function Switch
Set again.
6.14 Special Function Switch [Object]
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6.15 Data Change Switch [Object]
6.15.1 Conversion summary
The Data Change Switch is converted according to the following.
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, the User ID is set to the User ID for a key input.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
User ID
User ID for a key input
Keyboard Type
Not supported.
Switch Action
X
Basic
Y
Display Style
The settings are retained.
Category
Text
Data Change Switch
Text/Lamp
Lamp
Simultaneous Press
Checked/Not checked
Set to "ON Preference" on the
Extended tab.
Ordinary
Trigger
Trigger Type
ON
The settings are retained.
OFF
Auto Repeat
Checked/Not checked
Set to "Delay No" on the Extended
tab.
6.15.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the Data Change Switch dialog.
Data Change Switch
Confirm the setting.
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6.15 Data Change Switch [Object]
6.16 Recipe Transfer Switch [Object]
6.16.1 Alternative method summary
(1) Deletes recipe transfer switch when converting to GOT1000 Series.
Reestablish the bit switch configuring the recipe transfer trigger device (write, read) for each recipe
name. Configure the same operating conditions to the aforementioned bit switches if the operating
conditions are for GOT-F900 Series.
(2) The settings of the read trigger device will be unavailable.
After converting to GOT1000 Series, select the read trigger device.
Refer to the following regarding the details of reconfiguring the read trigger device settings.
Section 4.3 Recipe
6.16.2 GT Designer2 configuration screen
The following displays the recipe setting screen of GOT-F900 Series.
(Ex.) Write Trigger Device: M40; Read Trigger Device: M41
Recipe
Write Trigger: M40
Read Trigger: M41
6.16 Recipe Transfer Switch [Object]
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6.16.3 Resettings after conversion
(1) Reestablish the bit switch configuring the write trigger device.
(Ex.) Bit switch configuring the write trigger device to M40
<Configuration Screen>
<Design Screen Example>
Bit Switch
Configure the
device to M40
(2) Reestablish the bit switch configuring the read trigger device.
(Ex.) Bit switch configuring the read trigger device to M41
<Configuration Screen>
Bit Switch
Configure the device
to M41
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6.16 Recipe Transfer Switch [Object]
<Design Screen Example>
6.17 Key Code Switch [Object]
6.17.1 Conversion summary
The Key Code Switch is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
FF11
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "System Monitor".
FF13
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Intelligent Module Monitor".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Ladder Monitor".
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Utility".
FF16
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Test Window".
FF18
FF1A
FF1C
FF1D
FF1F
Key Code Switch
Key Code Switch
FF14
FF17
FF64
Key Code
GT15Series, SoftGOT1000
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Key Window".
FF12
Basic
GOT11 Series
FF02
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Start Hard Copy".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Abort Hard Copy".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Network Monitor".
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "A List Editor".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Q
(FFFF)
Motion Monitor".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Servo Amplifier Monitor".
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Clock Setting".
FF65
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Clean Disable Screen".
FF68
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Password".
FF69
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Preservation Function".
FF6A
FF6B
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Change Brightness".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Advanced Recipe".
FF6D
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Self Check".
FF6E
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Communication Settings".
FF6F
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Setup".
FF70
FF71
FF74
FF75
FF79
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "Data Maintenance".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"CNC Monitor".
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "FX List Editor".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Logging".
Key Code Switch
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to
(FFFF)
"Maintenance Report".
FF7B
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "System Alarm Display".
FF7C
The Special Function Switch-Basic tab-Switch Action is set to "GOT Start Time".
Range other
than above
Key Code Switch (FFFF)
6.17 Key Code Switch [Object]
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GOT-F900 Series
GOT11 Series
GT15Series, SoftGOT1000
Display Style
Basic
Category
Text
Lamp
Lamp
Trigger
Key Code Switch
The settings are retained.
Text/
Simultaneo
Checked/
us Press
Not checked
Set to "ON Preference" on the Extended tab.
Ordinary
Trigger
Type
ON
The settings are retained.
OFF
Auto
Checked/
Repeat
Not checked
Set to "Delay No" on the Extended tab.
6.17.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Key Code Switch dialog.
Special Function Switch
Set again.
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6.17 Key Code Switch [Object]
6.18 Numerical Display [Object]
6.18.1 Conversion summary
The Numerical Display is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Numerical Display
Type
Numerical Input
Device
Device
16 Bit
Data Size
32 Bit
Signed Decimal
Unsigned Decimal
The settings are retained.
Hexadecimal
View Format
Octal
Binary
Real
Color
Signed Decimal: 1 to 13
Basic
Signed Decimal: 14 to 32
Set to "13".
Unsigned Decimal: 1 to 13
The setting is retained.
View
Unsigned Decimal: 14 to 32
Set to "13".
Format
Hexadecimal: 1 to 8
The setting is retained.
Hexadecimal: 9 to 32
Set to "8".
Octal: 1 to 6
The setting is retained.
Octal: 7 to 32
Set to "6".
Binary: 1 to 32
The setting is retained.
Real: 1 to 32
Set to "6 to 32".
Digits
Numerical Input
Decimal point
0 to 32
The settings are retained.
Size
Format String
Not supported.
6 8 dot font
Checked/Not checked
Use High Quality font
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the View Format-Font.
Shape
Frame
Frame
Format
Plate
Bg Transparent
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
Category
Not supported.
The setting is retained.
Signed BIN
Data Type
Unsigned BIN
Left
The settings are retained.
Alignment
Extended
Center
Right
Fill with Zeros
Gain1
Gain2
Reflected to the Data Operation tabData Operation-Others.
Offset
6.18 Numerical Display [Object]
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6.18.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Numerical Display dialog.
Numerical Display
Set again.
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6.18 Numerical Display [Object]
6.19 Numerical Input [Object]
6.19.1 Conversion summary
The Numerical Input is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Numerical Display
Type
Numerical Input
Device
Device
16 Bit
Data size
32 Bit
Signed Decimal
Unsigned Decimal
The settings are retained.
Hexadecimal
Format
Octal
Binary
Real
Color
Signed Decimal: 1 to 13
Numerical Input
Basic
Signed Decimal: 14 to 32
Set to "13".
Unsigned Decimal: 1 to 13
The setting is retained.
View
Unsigned Decimal: 14 to 32
Set to "13".
Format
Hexadecimal: 1 to 8
The setting is retained.
Hexadecimal: 9 to 32
Set to "8".
Digits
Decimal point
Octal: 1 to 6
The setting is retained.
Octal: 7 to 32
Set to "6".
Binary: 1 to 32
The setting is retained.
Real: 1 to 32
Set to "6 to 32".
0 to 32
The settings are retained.
Size
Format String
Not supported.
6 8 dot font
Checked/Not checked
Use High Quality font
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the View Format-Font.
Shape
Frame
Frame
Format
Plate
Bg Transparent
Category
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
Not supported.
The setting is retained.
6.19 Numerical Input [Object]
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GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Signed BIN
Data Type
Unsigned BIN
Left
The settings are retained.
Alignment
Center
Right
Numerical Input
Extended
Fill of Zeros
Fixed
Reflected to the Case tab-Range.
Upper
Reflected to the Case tab-Select
Device
State.
Fixed
Reflected to the Case tab-Range.
Lower
Reflected to the Case tab-Select
Device
State.
Gain1
Reflected to the Data Operation tab-
Gain2
Extended
Data Operation-Others.
Offset
Numeri-
User ID
cal
Move Destination ID
1 to 6535
Display
Ordinary
The settings are retained.
Trigger Type
ON
Trigger
OFF
Device
6.19.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Numerical Input dialog.
Numerical Input
Set again.
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6.19 Numerical Input [Object]
6.20 Ascii Input [Object]
6.20.1 Conversion summary
The Ascii Input is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Ascii Display
Type
Ascii Input
The settings are retained.
Size
Vertical (Y), 0.5 is converted to 1.
Device
Digits
2 to 40
Color
View
Format
Basic
Left
Alignment
The settings are retained.
Center
Right
User 6 8 dot
font
Ascii Input
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the View Format-Font.
Shape
Frame
Frame
Format
Plate
Bg Transparent
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
Category
Not supported.
The setting is retained.
Ordinary
Type
ON
Reflected to the Trigger tab-Trigger Type.
Trigger
OFF
Others
Device
Reflected to the Trigger tab-Trigger Device.
User ID
Reflected to the Extended tab-User ID.
1 to 6535
Move Destination ID
Reflected to the Extended tab-Move
Destination ID.
6.20 Ascii Input [Object]
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6.20.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the Ascii Input dialog.
Ascii Input
Confirm the setting.
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6.20 Ascii Input [Object]
6.21 Bit Comment [Object]
6.21.1 Conversion summary
The Bit Comment is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Device
Shape
Frame
Format
Basic
The settings are retained.
Frame
Bg Transparent
Checked/Not checked
Not supported.
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the Basic tab-Font.
Comment No.
0 to 32767
The settings are retained.
Direct Comment
0 to 512 characters
Size
6 8 dot font
Bit Comment
The setting is retained.
Category
Comment
Change attribute of comment
setting
Reflected to the Change Attribute of
Checked/Not checked
Comment Setting.
Text
The settings are retained.
Plate
6.21.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the Bit Comment dialog.
Bit Comment
Confirm the setting.
6.21 Bit Comment [Object]
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6.22 Word Comment [Object]
6.22.1 Conversion summary
The Word Comment is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Device
Shape
Frame
Format
Bg Transparent
Basic
Word Comment
The settings are retained.
Frame
Checked/Not checked
Size
Vertical (Y) 0.5
The setting is retained.
Preview Comment No.
0 to 32767
The setting is retained.
Reflected to the Data Operation tab-
Offset
Use 6 8 dot font
Data Operation.
Checked/Not checked
Category
Change attribute of
comment setting.
Comment
Not supported.
Reflected to the Basic tab-Font.
The setting is retained.
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the Comment-AttributeChange Attribute of Comment Setting.
Text
The settings are retained.
Plate
6.22.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the setting in the Word Comment dialog.
Word Comment
Confirm the setting.
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6.22 Word Comment [Object]
6.23 Alarm History [Object]
6.23.1 Conversion summary
The Alarm History is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Title (Occurred)
0 to 20
Title (Message)
0 to 80
Width (Occurred)
1 to 20
Width (Message)
1 to 80
The settings are retained.
Reflected to "Occurred
Occurred Color
Color".
Alarm Date/Time
Contents
The settings are retained.
Alarm Text
Date (Check Box)
Time (Check Box)
Date ON-Time ON
Set to "Alarm Date/Time".
Date ON-Time OFF
Set to "Date".
Date OFF-Time ON
Set to "Time".
yy/mm/dd
mm/dd/yy
Date
dd/mm/yy
Basic
mm/dd
The settings are retained.
hh : mm : ss
Time
hh : mm
Alarm Text
0 to 20
1 to 27
The setting is retained.
28
Set to "27".
Number of Rows
Alarm History
Size
Vertical (Y) 0.5
Title (color)
Use 6 8 dot font
Vertical (Y), 0.5 is converted
to 1.
The setting is retained.
Checked/Not checked
Reflected to the Basic tabFont.
Oldest
Sort Setting
Latest
Category
Shape
Frame
Frame
The settings are retained.
Plate
Historical
Mode
Cumulative
Number of alarms to
monitor
1 to 256
3 to 5
Set to "6".
Watch Cycle
6 to 800
Device (Common)
Not Display
Detailed alarm display
type
Comment Window
The settings are retained.
Base Screen
Device
Cmnt No.
6.23 Alarm History [Object]
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GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Comment Selection
The settings are retained.
Detail
YES
Print
Not supported.
NO
YES
Device (Common)
Ack
Not supported.
NO
YES
Set to "Rst ON".
NO
Set to "Rst -".
Reset
Continuous
Detail
Random
Number of Alarms
Checked/Not checked
Occurred
Device
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
History Clear
Device
Option (Common)
When no of alarm occurrences exceed 1000,
delete oldest alarm occur-
Reflected to "When numChecked/Not checked
rences
ber of alarm occurrences
exceed set value, delete
oldest alarm occurrences".
Reflected to the Basic tab-
Restoration
Checked/Not checked
Restored (Checked/Not
checked).
Alarm History
Reflected to the Basic tab-
Title
Restoration-Title.
Reflected to the Basic tab-
Width
Restoration-Width.
Reflected to the Basic tab-
Restor Color
Restoration-Text.
Alarm Date/Time
Contents
Alarm Text
yy/mm/dd
Extended
mm/dd/yy
Reflected to the Basic tab-
dd/mm/yy
Restoration-Contents.
Date
mm/dd
hh : mm : ss
Time
hh : mm
Restor Text
0 to 20
Occur Frequency
Checked/Not checked
Title
0 to 8 characters
Reflected to the Basic tabRestoration-Text.
Reflected to the Basic tabDisplay style-Occur Freq.
Reflected to the Basic tabRestoration-Occur FreqTitle.
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6.23 Alarm History [Object]
6.23.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the alarm history dialog.
Alarm History (Basic)
Set again.
Alarm History (Device [Common])
Set again.
6.23 Alarm History [Object]
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6.24 Alarm List [Object]
6.24.1 Conversion summary
The Alarm List is converted according to the following.
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, the Alarm List is set to the Alarm List (User Alarm).
GOT-F900 Series
Alarm
Device
Alarm (Device) Points
GOT1000 Series
1 to 256
Reflected to the Device tab-
Alarm Device
Head Comment No.
The setting is retained.
Alarm Device-Device.
1 to 32767
Size
The setting is retained.
Vertical (Y), 0.5 is converted to 1.
Plural
Number of Comment
Single
Ascending
View
Basic
Format
Descending
Sort
The settings are retained.
Oldest
Latest
Display Date (yy/mm/dd
Checked/
mm : ss)
Not checked
Use 6 8 dot font
Checked/
Not checked
Not supported.
Shape
Frame
Format
Alarm List
Frame
The settings are retained.
Plate
Category
Device for Occurring
Checked/
Reflected to the Device tab-
Not checked
Device for Occurring Number.
Reflected to the Device tab-
Device
Alarm Device-Device.
Other
Store Memory
Scroll On
Reflected to the Trigger tab Checked/
Store Memory.
Not checked
Reflected to the Extended tabScroll On.
The Device tab-Detailed Alarm
Detailed Display (Check Box)
Checked/
Display type is set to Not Display
Not checked
when the Detail Display is not
checked.
Comment
Detail
Detailed Display (Pulldown Menu)
Window
Base Screen
Disp
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6.24 Alarm List [Object]
Reflected to the Device tabDetailed Alarm Display type.
Reflected to the Device tabAlarm Device-Detailed No.
6.24.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the User Alarm dialog.
User Alarm
Confirm the settings.
6.24 Alarm List [Object]
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6.25 Panelmeter [Object]
6.25.1 Conversion summary
The Panelmeter is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
Device
GOT1000 Series
Device
16 Bit
The settings are retained.
Data Size
Device
32 Bit
Signed BIN
Reflected to the Option tab-Data
Unsigned BIN
Type.
Data Type
Basic
Shape
Frame Format
Frame
The settings are retained.
Plate
Category
Top 1/4
Bottom 1/4
Left 1/4
Right 1/4
Top-Right 1/4
Top-Left 1/4
Type
Bottom-Left 1/4
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Bottom-Right 1/4
Format-Type.
Top 1/2
Bottom 1/2
Left 1/2
Right 1/2
Panelmeter
3/4
Full Circle
View Format
Special
Scale/Text
The Basic tab-View FormatType is set to the Top 1/4.
Clockwise
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Counter clockwise
Format-Direction.
Direction
0 degree
90 degree
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
180 degree
Format-Base Point.
Base Point
270 degree
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Needle Color
Format-Needle Color.
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Meter Panel
Format-Meter Panel.
Fixed
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Device
Format-Upper Limit.
Fixed
Reflected to the Basic tab-View
Device
Format-Lower Limit.
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Scale
Scale
Checked/Not checked
Scale Points
2 to 50
Color
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6.25 Panelmeter [Object]
The settings are retained.
6.25.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Panelmeter dialog.
Panelmeter
Set again.
6.25 Panelmeter [Object]
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6.26 Bar Graph [Object]
6.26.1 Conversion summary
The Bar Graph is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Line Graph
Graph Type
Trend Graph
The settings are retained.
Bar Graph
Number of Pens
1
Vertical (Top)
Set to "Vertical".
Vertical (Down)
Direction
Horizontal (Right)
Set to "Horizontal".
View Format
Horizontal (Left)
Basic
Fixed
Upper Limit
Device
Fixed
Lower Limit
Device
Shape
Frame
Format
Frame
Plate
Category
The settings are retained.
16 Bit
Bar Graph
Data Size
32 Bit
Signed BIN
Data Type
Device
Unsigned BIN
Device
Graph
Device/Scale
Pattern
Scale
Checked/Not checked
0
Set to "3".
2 to 50
The setting is retained.
0
The setting is retained.
Scale Point (X)
Scale
Scale Point (Y)
2 to 50
Color
Rectangle Fame
The settings are retained.
Checked/Not checked
Left
Others
Down
Scale Position
Not supported.
Right
Up
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6.26 Bar Graph [Object]
6.26.2 Confirmation after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, confirm the settings in the Line/Trend/Bar Graph dialog.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Basic)
Confirm the setting.
Line/Trend/Bar Graph (Device/Scale)
Set again.
6.26 Bar Graph [Object]
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6.27 Statistics Bar/Circle Graph [Object]
6.27.1 Conversion summary
The Statistics Bar/Circle Graph is converted according to the following.
GOT-F900 Series
GOT1000 Series
Bar (Rectangle)
Graph Type
The settings are retained.
Pie (Circle)
1
Set to "2".
Division Number
2 to 8
Up
Basic
Direction
Right
Shape
Frame
Format
Frame
Plate
Statistics Bar
Category
Graph
16 Bit
Data Size
The settings are retained.
32 Bit
Signed BIN
Device
Data Type
Unsigned BIN
Device/Scale
Device
Graph
Scale
Scale
Checked/Not checked
Scale Points
0 to 50
Color
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6.27 Statistics Bar/Circle Graph [Object]
6.27.2 Resettings after conversion
After converting the data to GOT1000 Series, set in the Statistics Graph dialog.
Statistics Graph
Set again.
6.27 Statistics Bar/Circle Graph [Object]
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6.28 Keyboard [Object]
6.28.1 Alternative method summary
Deletes the keyboard switch. After converting to GOT1000 Series, reallocate and substitute the keyboard of
the system library on the base screen.
6.28.2 Resettings after conversion
Reestablish the keyboard of the system library on the base screen as follows.
(Ex.) Reallocates the decimal number keyboard from the system library to the base screen.
Click the [Library] tag.
Select the [System Library] folder.
Select a standard keyboard.
Here, select the [Simple Numerical Key (Dec)].
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6.28 Keyboard [Object]
5 Displays [Library Image List].
4
5 Select the keyboard here.
6 Drag to the base screen.
7 Affix the keyboard by clicking the
left button on the mouse.
6.28 Keyboard [Object]
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Configure the properties on
the base screen. Select [Properties...].
Screen Property (Auxiliary)
Configure [Auxiliary] on the base screen.
1) Select the [Auxiliary] tag.
2) Configure the
[Key window/Cursor display settings].
3) Select the [Screen setting has the priority
over project setting].
4) Configure "Display cursor only" for
[Action when condition success].
5) Select "When touch input is detected,
open key window at the same time"
in [Cursor input area].
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6.28 Keyboard [Object]
6.29 Buzzer [Object]
6.29.1 Alternative method summary
Substitute the buzzer controlling bit of the read device (system signal 1-1) and the screen switching device in
GOT1000 Series to control with the PLC.
6.29.2 System information allocation
The following table displays the bit allocation of system signal 1-1.
Bit Number
Name of GOT1000 Series Signal
b0
Automatic screen saver disable signal
b1
Forced screen saver enable signal
b2
Forced screen saver touch-cancel signal
b3
Key code read complete signal
b4
Numeric value input read complete
signal
b5
Must not be used
b6
Must not be used
b7
Backlight OFF output signal
b8
Buzzer three-shot output signal
b9
Key-in disable signal
b10
Must not be used
b11
Must not be used
b12
Must not be used
b13
GOT error reset signal
b14
Buzzer output signal
b15
Buzzer one-shot output signal
Refer to the following regarding the detailed explanation of the read and screen switching devices.
GT Designer2 Version2 Screen Design Manual
Section 3.6 Configuring System Information
Section 3.2 Configuring the Screen Switching Device
6.29 Buzzer [Object]
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6.29.3 Alternatives
Sequence Program Example
(1) Operating Conditions
(a) PLC Type
MELSEC-FX
(b) Device Allocation
• System Signal 1-1: D300
• Screen Switching: D200
• Buzzer Generating Condition: M1
(c) Base Screen Signal for Buzzer Generation
5,35,51
(d) Buzzer Generation
Buzzer Sounds 3 Times
(2) Sequence Program
M1
LD=
D200
K5
LD=
D200
K35
LD=
D200
K51
M18
M8000
MOV
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6.29 Buzzer [Object]
K4M10 D300
7.
COMPATIBILITY OF SYSTEM
SCREENS
7.1 Display methods of system screens
Although GOT-F900 Series can display its system screen according to the following methods, GOT1000
Series cannot switch screens from the PLC using the screen switching device, as screen numbers are not
allocated to the utility screen.
System Screen
3) Screen switching device switches screens.
1) Press the system screen overlay key
(When shipped from factory).
7.1.1
(1)
2) Screen switches by touching the switch
(configure the system screen numbers).
System screen display method of GOT-F900 Series
GOT built-in functions
<GOT-F900 Series Configuration Methods>
Select and display each system screen after pressing the upper left part of the GOT screen
(when shipped from the factory) and displaying "Main Menu".
<GOT1000 Series Configuration Method>
Select and display each utility screen after pressing the upper right and left parts of the GOT
screen (when shipped from the factory) and displaying "Main Menu".
Refer to the following regarding details of the utility screen in GOT1000 Series.
GOT1000 Series User's Manual
Utility Functions
(2)
Operating the user screen
<GOT-F900 Series Configuration Methods>
Displays by touching the screen switching (configure the system screen numbers) switch on
the user screen.
<GOT1000 Series Configuration Method>
Screen numbers are not allocated in the system screens of GOT1000 Series. Configure the
utility screen to display in the operating settings of the special function switch.
(3)
Displaying from the PLC
<GOT-F900 Series Configuration Methods>
Write and display the screen number of the system screen to display on the screen switching
device using the PLC program.
<GOT1000 Series Configuration Methods>
As the screen numbers are not allocated to the utility screen of GOT1000 Series, screens
cannot be switched using the PLC.
7.1 Display methods of system screens
7-1
7.2 Table of GOT-F900 Series System Screen
Functions
The following table displays the configurations supported by the GOT-F900 Series system and
GOT1000 Series utility screens. Refer to the following regarding details of the utility screen in GOT1000
Series.
GOT1000 Series User's Manual
Utility Functions
: Compatible
GOT-F900 Series
Screen
No.
Main Menu
: Some functions are not supported.
GT11, GT15
Compatible
System screen name
setting
Versions of GT
(function name)
applicability
Designer2
: No applicable functions
Remarks
Substitute with the system monitor
function of GOT1000 Series.
Does not support versions earlier than
DEVICE MONITOR
1001
(ELEMENT MINITOR)
2.07H
version 2.04E.
GOT 1000 Extended/Option
Functions Manual Chapter 3
System Monitor Functions
HPP MODE
1002
ACTIVE STATE MONITOR
-
-
1003
PLC DIAGNOSIS
2.25B
-
1004
SET CONDITION
-
-
1005
SAMPLING
DISPLAY LIST
-
-
1006
MODE
DISPLAY GRAPH
-
-
1007
CLEAR DATA
-
-
1008
DISPLAY STATUS
-
-
ALARM HISTORY
-
-
1010
ALARM FREQUENCY
-
-
1011
CLEAR HISTORY
-
-
DATA BANK
-
-
1009
ALARM MODE
1012
TEST MODE
1013
SET-UP
SET CLOCK
2.00A
-
1014
MODE
SET BACKLIGHT
2.00A
-
1015
SET TIME SWITCH
-
1016
KEYWORD
2.00A
1017
1018
OTHER MOD
PRINT
SAMPLING DATA
-
-
OUT
ALARM HISTORY
-
-
BUZZER
-
-
SERIAL PORT
-
-
LCD CONTRAST
2.00A
-
1019
1020
1021
7-2
Supported by only FX series
SET-UP
MODE
7.2 Table of GOT-F900 Series System Screen Functions
GOT-F900 Series
Screen
No.
Main Menu
GT11, GT15
Compatible
System screen name
setting
Versions of GT
(function name)
applicability
Designer2
Remarks
A List Editor
1022
-
2.07H
PROGRAM LIST
FX List Editor
2.15R
1023
HPP MODE
PARAMETER
-
-
1024
LIST MONITOR
-
-
1025
BFM MONITOR
-
-
USER SCREEN
-
-
2.00A
-
1026
TEST MODE
1027
LANGUAGE
Only the connection port to the registered
1028
PLC can be selected in GOT1000 Series.
PLC TYPE
2.00A
OPENING SCREEN
2.00A
-
1030
MAIN MENU CALL
2.00A
-
-
CLEAR USER DATA
2.00A
-
-
-
DATA TRANSFER
-
-
COMMUNICATION MONITOR
2.00A
Designer2.
SET-UP
1029
OTHER MODE
AUXILIARY
-
SETTING
-
MODE
TEST MODE
The connection PLC is selected by GT
GOT1000 Series has a check function for
normal/abnormal communication
7.2 Table of GOT-F900 Series System Screen Functions
7-3
MEMO
7-4
7.2 Table of GOT-F900 Series System Screen Functions
8.
PROCEDURES TO OPERATE
GOT1000 Series
Install the OS onto the GOT.
Make sure that the OS is installed on the GOT.
Set the communication interface.
(Communication settings)
Download the project data.
Connect the cable.
Make sure that the GOT recognizes the
connected equipment.
Make sure that monitoring is performed normally.
Section 8.1
Installing the OS onto the GT11
Section 8.2
Checking OS instllation on the GT11
Section 8.3
Setting communication interface
(Communication settings)
Section 8.4
Downloading project data
Section 8.5
Connectting cable
Section 8.6
I/O Check
Section 8.7
Checking for normal monitoring
8-1
8.1 Installing OS onto GOT
Install the standard monitor OS, communication driver, extended function OS, and option OS onto the GOT.
For the OS installation methods, refer to the following manual.
GT Designer2 Version
Basic Operation/Data Transfer Manual
Communication with GOT
Check the device connecting
with the communications driver
1 Check-mark a desired standard monitor OS, communication driver, extended function OS, and option
OS, and click the
button.
8-2
8.1 Installing OS onto GOT
8.2 Checking OS installation on GOT
Check if the OS is properly installed or not on the Drive information tab of GT Designer2.
For the operation on the Drive information tab, refer to the following manual.
GT Designer2 Version
Basic Operation/Data Transfer Manual
Communication with GOT
The OS has been installed successfully
on the GOT if the following can be confirmed:
• Standard minitor OS
• Commnucation driver
• Extended function OS
• Option OS
8.2 Checking OS installation on GOT
8-3
8.3 Setting communication interface (Communication
settings)
Make the GOT communication interface settings on [Communication setting] of GT Designer2.
Select the same communication driver as the one installed on the GOT for each communication interface.
For details on [Communication setting] of GT Designer2, refer to the following manual.
GT Designer2 Version
Screen Design Manual
1 Communication settings
Communication settings
1
2
1
3
3
1 Set "1" to the channel No. used.
2 Set the driver.
3 Perform the detailed settings for the driver. (
8-4
2 Communication detail settings)
8.3 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)
2 Communication detail settings
(Ex. 1) A/QnA/QCPU, QJ71C24, MELDAS C6*
Item
Description
Range
Set this item when change the transmission speed used for
communication with the connected equipment.
Transmission Speed
<Default: 115200bps>
When the setting exceeds the limit of the connected
equipment, communication is performed at the fastest
9600bps,
19200bps,
38400bps,
57600bps,
115200bps
transmission speed supported by the connected equipment
<Connection with QJ71C24>
Parameter setting is necessary. For details, please refer to the following manual.
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
<Connection with A computer link>
Parameter configuration is necessary.The wiring connection of the communication cable differs
from that of the GOT-F900 Series.
For details, please refer to the following manual.
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
8.3 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)
8-5
(Ex. 2) MELSEC-FX
Item
Transmission Speed
Description
Range
Set this item when change the transmission speed used for
9600bps,
19200bps,
communication with the connected equipment.
38400bps,
57600bps,
<Default: 38400bps>
115200bps
(1) Communication interface setting by Utility
The communication interface setting can be changed on the Utility's
"Communication setting" after downloading "Communication setting" of project
data.
For details on the Utility, refer to the following manual.
GT
User's Manual
(2) Precedence in communication settings
When settings are made by GT Designer or the Utility, the latest setting is
effective.
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8.3 Setting communication interface (Communication settings)
8.4 Downloading project data
Download project data to the GOT.
For how to download project data, refer to the following manual.
GT Designer2 Version
Basic Operation/Data Transfer Manual
Communication with GOT
1 Check the necessary items and click the Download button.
8.4 Downloading project data
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8.5 How to Connect the Cable
Precautions for the cable connection
Shut off all phases of the GOT power supply before connecting the cable.
1 How to connect the cable
(1) How to connect the USB cable (for connecting to PC)
Open the USB environment protection cover,
and connect the USB cable to the USB interface.
(2) How to connect the RS-232 cable (for connecting to PC or PLC)
Connect the RS-232 cable to the
GOT RS-232 interface.
(3) How to connect the RS-422 cable (for connecting to PLC)
Connect the RS-422 cable to the
GOT RS-422 interface.
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8.5 How to Connect the Cable
8.6 I/O Check
The I/O check is a function which checks whether GOT and PLC can communicate with each other.
If I/O check ends normally, the communication interface and the connection cable hardwares are normal.
To execute I/O check, the PLC communication driver has to be installed in GOT in advance from GT
Designer2.
Refer to the following for the details related to the installation of the PLC communication driver.
GT Designer2 Version
Basic Operation/Data Transfer Manual
Chapter 8 TRANSFERRING DATA
8.6.1
Display operation of I/O check
Main menu
(
Debug & check
Self check
Section 8.4 Utility Display)
Touch [Self check].
Touch [I/O check].
Touch
[Debug & self check].
I/O check
8.6 I/O Check
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8.6.2
I/O check operation
1 Target confirmation
1 As a preparatory step for the CPU communication
check, perform the following items.
• Installing [Communication driver]: Use GT
Designer2 to install.
• Setting [Communication settings]: Use GT
Designer2 to enter and download.
• Connecting connection device: Connect a PLC to
the communication interface for which the CPU
communication check is applied in order to start the
communication.
(Check for the power is on or if any error occurred.)
2 If touch the CPU button, the CPU communication
check is carried out.
3 After the CPU communication starts normally, the
dialog mentioned left notifying that it is on checking,
until the CPU communication check ends normally.
4 When the CPU communication check ends, its result
is notified by dialog.
5 If the CPU communication check ends normally, the
dialog notifying of the normal termination mentioned
left is displayed. If touch the OK button in the
dialog after confirming the result, returns to I/O
check.
If the dialog mentioned left is displayed after
selecting CPU or during CPU communication check,
confirm the following.
• No misconnection with CPU
• No hardware error
• No missettings of parameter
(
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual)
If touch the OK button in the dialog after confirming
the result, returns to I/O check.
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8.6 I/O Check
8.7 Checking for normal monitoring
1 Check for errors occurring on the GOT
Presetting the system alarm to project data allows you to identify errors occurred on the GOT, PLC
CPU, servo amplifier and communications.
For details on the system alarm, refer to the following manual.
GT Designer2 Version Screen Design Manual
402
Error code
Communication timeout.Confirm communication pathway or modules. 16:40:30
Error message
Time of occurrence
(Displayed only for errors)
8.7 Checking for normal monitoring
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MEMO
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8.7 Checking for normal monitoring