Sharp PC-A500 User`s manual

Version 1.0
LCD Control Terminal
ZM-62E
User's Manual
Thank you for purchasing the LCD Control Terminal ZM-62E. Please read the instruction manual
carefully, and operate the product with full understanding of its functions and operation methods.
For the details of each LCD Control Terminal functions or the panel editing methods, please refer to
the instruction manual for the screen edit software.
Instruction Manual (Function)
Instruction Manual (Operation)
- ZM-71SE
Precautions 1
When you plan to use SHARP LCD Control Terminal (hereafter referred to as
"ZMs"), you are requested to design each system so that even if a fault or
malfunction occurs within the ZM, it will not lead to a serious accident in your
system. You should incorporate back-up measures and fail-safe features in your
system that will thoroughly protect your system from malfunctions if a fault or
error occurs in the ZM.
SHARP ZMs are designed and manufactured with the idea that they will be used
in general applications in ordinary industries. Therefore, they must not be used in
specific applications that can affect the health or safety of the public, such as
nuclear power plants and other power generating plants. Such applications
require a special warranty of quality that SHARP explicitly does NOT offer for
these ZMs. However, if a user will certify that he/she does not requires a special
quality warranty on the ZM, and will limit the use of the ZM to non critical areas of
these applications, SHARP will agree to such use.
If you are planning to use SHARP ZMs for applications that may affect the lives
of human beings and property, and you need particularly high reliability
performance, such as in the fields of aviation, medicine, transportation,
combustion and fuel processing equipment, passenger cars, amusement park
rides, and safety equipment, please contact our sales division so that we can
confirm the required specifications.
Precautions 2
In this manual, ZM-62E, ZM-52HD, and ZM-42/43/52/72/82 series are referred to
as follow.
This manual's expression
ZM-
**
Models
ZM-62E
ZM-52HD
ZM-42/43/52/72/82 series
If you use a ZM-62E by converting data in ZM-61E, ZM-30E or other, be sure to
read "2 ZM-61E --> ZM-62E Conversion" in Chapter 3 to understand what the
data converting is all about.
Note
We have created this instruction manual carefully, but in case you have some
doubts or comments on this manual, please contact the affiliated store where
you bought this product or directly to our company.
It is forbidden to copy the content materials of this book, neither partially nor fully.
Please understand that the content of this manual may be altered for
amelioration without any notifications.
Safety Precautions
Read this user’s manual and attached documents carefully before installation, operation, maintenance
and checking in order to use the machine correctly. Understand all of the machine knowledge, safety
information, and cautions before starting to use. In this user’s manual, safety precautions are ranked
into "danger" and "caution" as follows.
Danger
: Wrong handling may possibly lead to death or heavy injury.
Caution
: Wrong handling may possibly lead to medium or light injury.
Even in the case of
Caution , a serious result may be experienced depending on
the circumstances. Anyway, important points are mentioned. Be sure to observe them
strictly.
1) Installation
Caution
Use in the environments specified in the catalog, instruction manual, and user’s manual.
Electric shock, fire or malfunction may be caused when used in the environments of high
temperature, high humidity, dusty or corrosive atmosphere, vibration or impact.
Install according to the instruction manual and user’s manual.
Wrong installation may cause drop, trouble or malfunction.
Never admit wire chips or foreign matter
Or fire, trouble or malfunction may be caused.
2) Wiring
Compel
Be sure to ground.
Unless grounded, electric shock or malfunction may be caused.
Caution
Connect the rated power source.
Connection of a wrong power source may cause a fire.
Wiring should be done by qualified electrician.
Wrong wiring may lead to fire, trouble or electric shock.
3)
Use
Danger
Don’t touch the terminal while the power is being supplied or you may have on electric shock.
Assemble the emergency stop circuit and interlock circuit outside of the ZM-62E.
Otherwise breakdown or accident damage of the machine may be caused by the trouble of
the ZM-62E.
4)
Maintenance
Prohibit
Don’t disassemble or modify the modules.
Or fire, breakdown or malfunction may be caused.
Contents
1. Hardware Specifications
1. Outline .................................................................................... 1-1
2. Notes on Usage .................................................................... 1-2
3. System Composition ............................................................ 1-4
4. Names of Components ....................................................... 1-7
5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out ........................................... 1-8
6. Mounting Procedure ............................................................ 1-9
7. Specifications ..................................................................... 1-10
8. Wiring of Power Supply ....................................................... 1-15
9. Serial Connector (CN1)...................................................... 1-16
10. 1 : 1 Communications ...................................................... 1-20
11. 1 : n (Multi-drop) Communication .................................. 1-21
12. n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link) ............................................... 1-23
13. General Purpose Serial Communication ....................... 1-27
14. Modular Jack 1 & 2 .......................................................... 1-28
15. Setting of Dip Switches ..................................................... 1-29
16. Barcode Reader Interface .............................................. 1-30
17. Printer Interface (CN2) ..................................................... 1-31
2. System Menu
1. Operation of Main Menu .................................................... 2-1
2. Errors Caused on the ZM-62E ............................................. 2-11
3. Editing &Converting Screen
1. Screen Editing of ZM-62E ...................................................... 3-1
Setting Procedure .............................................................................. 3-1
Restrictions on Creating New Screens with ZM-62E ....................... 3-2
2. ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion .............................................. 3-4
CONSIDERATIONS ON HARDWARE ................................................... 3-4
CONSIDERATIONS ON SOFTWARE ..................................................... 3-6
Hardware
Specifications
1. Outline
2. Notes on Usage
3. System Composition
4. Names of Components
5. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
6. Mounting Procedure
7. Specifications
8. Wiring of Power Supply
9. Serial Connector (CN1)
10. 1 : 1 Communications
11. 1 : n (Multi-drop) Communication
12. n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
13. General Purpose Serial Communication
14. Modular Jack 1 & 2
15. Setting of Dip Switches
16. Barcode Reader Interface
17. Printer Interface (CN2)
1 Outline
1
1-1
Outline
LCD Control Terminal ZM-62E is a programmable display unit using a high-luminance EL panel display and
touch panel method. With this unit, you can communicate with a programmable logic controller (hereinafter
PLC) without a program, display specified data in many ways, and input data in touch panel method. It is the
up-graded model of ZM-61E and has a 8.9-inch EL panel.
1. High-luminance EL panel
Equipped with a eye-friendly 8.9-inch high-luminance EL panel (TYP: 200cd/m2)
2. Improved resolution of the touch switch
The panel has resolution of 40 by 20 switches, which enables more flexible switch layout.
3. Simulator function
It can be used as a simulator without a PLC to debug edited screens.
4. Macro function
Multiple bit manipulation with one switch and macro function for data transmission reduce the burden of
making a program for PLCs.
Screen edit software ZM-71SE is compatible with ZM-62E in V1.3.0.0 version.
Note: If you use a ZM-62E by converting data in ZM-61E, ZM-30E or other, be sure to read “2 ZM-61E --> ZM-62E
Conversion” in Chapter 3 to understand what the data converting is all about.
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1 Notes on Usage
2
Notes on Usage
Environmental Limits
1. Use ZM-62E at an ambient temperature of
0~50°C, and a relative humidity of 85 %RH.
5. Never install ZM-62E in a place where impacts or
vibrations may be transmitted.
POWER
RUN
50
40
30
20
10
POWER
0
RUN
2. Install a forced fan or an air conditioner to
maintain the ambient temperature when it is
higher than the above mentioned range.
Fan
6. Avoid any place in which there is the possibility
that water, corrosive gas, flammable gas,
solvents, grinding fluids or cutting oil can come in
contact with the unit. Never install the unit in a
place where dust, salt and metallic particles are
present.
Vent
POWER
RUN
POWER
RUN
YOUZAI
3. Avoid places where moisture may easily condense due to sudden temperature changes.
Locations
1. Secure sufficient space around ZM-62E for
ventilation.
POWER
RUN
4. Avoid direct sunlight.
POWER
RUN
2. Never attach ZM-62E to the top of any apparatus
generating high levels of heat (heater, transformer, large-capacity resistor, etc.).
POWER
RUN
POWER
RUN
1 Notes on Usage
3. Never install ZM-62E in the same compartment
as high-voltage equipment. The unit should be at
least 200 mm away from high-voltage lines or
power cables.
1-3
5. In a dry environment, ZM-62E may generate a large
amount of static electricity.
Therefore, before touching the unit, touch a
grounded metallic section to discharge the static
electricity.
6. Securely fasten and lock every connector for each
cable. Double-check this before turning the power
on.
POWER
RUN
Lock
!
POWER
Usage
RUN
1. An emergency stop circuit must be composed of
an external relay circuit with a start signal for
ZM-62E built in. Do not create switches on
ZM-62E to be used in case of emergency.
7. Application of thinner may discolor ZM-62E.
Use alcohol or benzine available commercially for
cleaning.
Switch to be used
in emergency
POWER
RUN
POWER
RUN
Emergency
Stop
alcohol
2. In case of using a waterproof sheet (GD-WP80E),
mount it in the unit by using 6 pieces of mounting
screws (normally 4 pieces of them).
BENZINE
8. Never remove any printed circuit board from
ZM-62E. (This will harm the unit.)
3. ZM-62E has a glass screen. Never drop or
subject the unit to strong impacts.
POWER
RUN
PO
WE
R
RU
9. Never operate the display by using a tool with a
sharp point like a screwdriver.
Touch the display by fingers.
N
4. Tighten mounting screws with the following
torques.
Position of Screw
Screw Size
Torque (N · m)
Mounting Screw
M3
0.3-0.5 (3-5kgf · cm)
Note :Never fasten these screws too tightly,
otherwise the cover of ZM-62E may be deformed.
POWER
RUN
a tool with a
sharp point
like a screwdriver
Notes on Design
1. Use all the display area evenly and avoid using
fixed patterns which may cause afterimages so that
the life span of the display can be expanded.
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1 System Composition
3
System Composition
Under below is a system configuration and its peripheral devices.
System Composition
The following illustration shows possible system configurations using ZM-62E.
Screen edit software
for ZM series
During operation
(Link communication)
Transferring
screen data
Creating screens
RS-232C/RS-422
disc
ZM-80C
POWER
RUN
RESET
ZM-71SE
ZM-62E
Personal Computer (PC)
During operation
(Universal serial
communication)
Transferring
screen data
or
Memory manager
/Data logging
Transferring
screen data
ZM-80C
RS-232C/RS-422
ZM-1REC Cable
Card Recorder
ZM-1REC
Printer Cable
ZM-80PC
Printer
Link Unit
Universal-purpose
computer
Cable
ZM-80BC
Barcode Reader
1 System Composition
1-5
Peripheral Equipment
The following options are available for using ZM-62E more effectively.
ZM-71SE (Screen edit software for Windows98/NT4.0/Me/
2000/XP: English version)
Application software for editing display data for ZM series.
ZM-80C (Data Transfer Cable) 3m
Connects ZM-62E to a personal computer, or a personal computer to ZM1REC.
ZM-80PC (Printer Cable) 2.5m
Connects ZM-62E to a printer.
ZM-1REC (Card Recorder)
Reads display data created by personal computer, or works as an external
memory storage system for the memory manager and data logging functions.
Memory Card on the market compliant
Used as a recording medium for display data back-up and for the memory
manager or data logging function.
F
56
C2
RE
ZM-1TC (Terminal Converter)
CN
1
Used for connection between a ZM-62E and a PLC at the RS-422/485
terminal block.
SW
1
TB
1
ZM-1MD2 (ACPU/QnACPU/FXCPU Dual Port Interface)
G
P
P
V -M
123
GD
DD
Add-on connector with two ports, specifically designed for the connector on
the MITSUBISHI's ACPU/QnACPU/FXCPU programmer. This can improve
operability of the ACPU/QnACPU/FXCPU programmer that is directly
connected.
1-6
1 System Composition
ZM-80BC (Cable for Barcode Reader) 3m
Connects ZM-62E to a barcode reader.
ZM-80MC (Cable for Multi-Link 2 master station) 3m
A cable which is used for connecting the ZM- master station and the
**
ZM- slave station in the Multi-Link 2 connection.
**
0JUGSSHETZ61E (Protection Sheet)
Protects the operation panel surface. Five sheets are included in one
package.
0JUWPSHETZ61E (Waterproof Sheet)
Protects the operation panel surface from water.
1 Names of Components
4
Names of Components
The names of ZM-62E’s parts and their functions are shown below.
Front Side
POWER
RUN
Rear Side
RUN / STOP
L
100240VAC
N
NC
CN1
MJ2
CN2
1. Mounting holes for fixtures
2. Display
3. Power lamp: The red LED lights up when power is on.
4. RUN lamp: The green LED lights up when the unit is working.
5. AC input terminal of power supply
6. RUN/STOP switch: To change the operation modes
7. Serial Connector CN1: for PLC (RS-232C, RS-422)
8. Modular Jack MJ1, 2 (Refer to page 1-28)
9. Dip switches
10. Printer connector CN2: for printer
MJ1
1-7
1-8
1 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
5
Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
Dimensions of ZM-62E
Unit : mm
Rear View
Bottom View
RUN / STOP
276
L
95
85
100240VAC
N
CN1
NC
MJ2
10
CN2
Front View
Side View
191
203
288
POWER
RUN
Panel Cut-out of ZM-62E
+1
-0
+1
-0
277
192
Unit : mm
Panel Cut-out
MJ1
1 Mounting Procedure
6
1-9
Mounting Procedure
Follow the procedure shown below when you fix a ZM-62E to a mounting board.
1. Cut out the mounting panel (Max. thick: 5 mm) to match the dimensions shown below.
Mounting Panel
Cut-out
+1
277- 0
192 +1-0
-0
192 +1
-0
277 +1
POWER
Panel Cut-out
RUN
2. Insert 4 pieces of the fixtures attached to ZM-62E into the mounting holes on ZM-62E. Tighten them with
the locking screws.
Screws
: 4 pcs
Screw Size
: M3
Torque
: 0.3~0.5 N·m (3~5 kgf·cm)
Fixtures
* Never use 6 pieces of the fixtures to mount ZM-62E.
Mounting panel
Dimensions of Fixtures
Mounting hole
Mounting hole
(Unit : mm)
26
25
ZM-62E
10
Mounting Angle
D
p
is
y
la
The unit (ZM-62E) shall be installed within the angle of
0 to 135 degrees as shown below.
Display
1-10
1 Specifications
7
Specifications
General Specifications
Specifications
Item
100-240V AC
Rated Voltage
Power Supply
Permissible Range of Voltage
Permissible Momentary Power Failure
within 20ms
Demand
25W or less
With-stand Voltage
Physical Environment
12A, 2.5ms
Rushed Electric Current
Insulation Resistance
Mechanical
Working
Conditions
85-265V AC (47-440Hz)
AC external terminals to FG: 1500V AC per min.
500V DC, 10M
0
Ambient Temperature
Ambient Humidity
Dust
Solvent Resistance
~+65
85% RH or less (without dew condensation)
No conductive dust
No cutting oil or no organic solvent to cling to the unit
No corrosive gas
Corrosive Gas
Vibration Resistance
~+50
-10
Storage Ambient Temperature
or more
Vibration frequency: 10~150Hz, Acceleration: 9.8m/s2 (1.0G)
3 directions of X, Y and Z: one hour
Shock Resistance
Pulse shape: Sine half wave,
2
Mounting Conditions
Electrical
Working
Conditions
Peak acceleration: 147m/s (15G), 3 directions of X, Y and Z: 2 times
Noise Resistance
Static Electricity Discharge Resistance
1500Vp-p (noise width: 1 s)
Contact: 6kV, Air: 8kV
Grounding
Grounding resistance: less than 100
Structure
Protection structure: front panel complies with IP64
(when using waterproof screen filter 0JUWPSHETZ61E)
rear panel complies with IP20
Form: in a body
Mounting procedure: inserted in a mounting panel
Cooling System
Cooling naturally
Weight
Approx. 2.1kg
Dimensions W x H x D (mm)
288 x 203 x 95
Panel Cut-out (mm)
Case Color
Material
Accessories
+1
+1
277 -0 x 192 -0
GREY
ABS
One 25 pin D-sub connector, Four mounting brackets,
One instruction manual
1-11
1 Specifications
Display Specifications
Item
Specifications
Display Device
High-intensity EL
Resolution W x H (dots)
640 x 400
Dot Pitch W x H (mm)
0.3 x 0.3
Effective Display Area W x H (mm)
192 x 120 (8.9 inches)
Color
Black/orange-yellow + blinking
Auto OFF Function
Always ON, random setting
Backlight Average Life *1
Approx. 30.000 hours
POWER Lamp (red)
The lamp is lit when the power is supplied.
RUN Lamp (green)
The lamp is lit when ZM-62E communicates with PLC normally.
*1 Until the luminance reduce to 70% of its initial value at an operational temperature of 25+/-5ºC.
Display Function Specifications
Specifications
Item
Display Language*2
Japanese
Eng./W. Europe
Chinese
Characters
ANK code
Latin 1
ASCII code
1/4-size, 1-byte
2-byte (16-dot) JIS 1st and 2nd
2-byte (32-dot)
Size of Characters
Chinese
Chinese (simplified)
Korean
ASCII code
ASCII code
Chinese (simplified) Hangul (without Kanji)
JIS 1st
1/4-size : 8 X 8 dots
1-byte : 8 X 16 dots
2-byte : 16 X 16 dots or 32 X 32 dots
Enlarge : W, 1-8 H, 1-8
Number of Characters
1/4-size
80 columns X 40 lines
1-byte
80 columns X 20 lines
2-byte
40 columns X 20 lines
Property of Characters
Display property : normal, reverse, blinking, bold, shadow
Color : black/orange-yellow + blinking
Kind of Drawing
Lines : line, continuous lines, box, parallelogram, polygon
Circles : circle, arc, sector, ellipse, elliptical arc, elliptical sector
Others : tile patterns
Property of Drawing
Type of lines : 6 types (fine, thick, dot, chain, broken, two-dot chain)
Tile patterns : 16 types (incl. user-definable 8 types)
Display property : normal, reverse, blinking
Display color : black/orange-yellow + blinking
Color specification : foreground, background, boundaries (line)
*2 Editing screens in foreign languages needs running Screen Edit Software ZM-71SE with a foreign
edition Windows application. Concerning Gothic font, use of this font is not recommended since the
ZM-62E screen memory capacity (see the next page) could not be sufficient.
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1 Specifications
Function Performance Specifications
Specifications
Item
Screens
Max. 1024
Screen Memory
FP-ROM (flash ROM), Appox. 760kbytes (different from the language)
Switches
Max.192 per screen
Actions of Switch
Set, reset, momentary, alternate, to light
(possible to press a function switch and a display switch at the same time)
Lamps
Reverse, blinking, exchange of graphics
Max.192 per screen
*
Data Setting
Graphs
Pie, bar, panel meter and closed area graph can be displayed without limit.
Total capacity per screen: within 48kB
Statics and trend graphs: Max. 256 per layer
Numerical Data Display* No limits, total capacity per screen: within 48 kB
Character Display
Message Display
*
*
No limits, total capacity per screen: within 48 kB
Resolution : Max. 80 characters
No limits, total capacity per screen: within 48 kB
Messages
6144 lines
Sampling
Sampling display of buffer data
Multi-Overlaps
Max. 1024
Data Blocks
Max. 1024
Graphic Libraries
Max. 2560
Patterns
Max. 1024
Macro Blocks
Max. 1024
Page Blocks
Max. 1024
Direct Blocks
Max. 1024
Screen Blocks
Max. 1024
Temperature Control Network Table
Max. 32
Calendar
provided
Hard-Copy
provided
Buzzer
provided, 3 types (intermittent short, long, continuous beeps)
(constant sample, bit synchronize, bit sample, relay sample, alarm function)
Back-light Auto OFF Function ON at all time, specified freely
Self-diagnostic Function
Self-test function of switches
Check function of communication parameter setting
Check function of communication
* Number of the setting memory per screen: 256
1 Specifications
1-13
Touch Panel Specifications
Item
Specifications
Switch Resolution
40 (W) X 20 (H)
Form
Matrix resistance film form
Life of Touch Panel
Use of one million times or more
Surface treatment
Hard coating, anti-glare treatment 5%
Interface Specifications
Item
Specifications
Serial Interface
RS-232C, RS-422/485
for connecting PLC
Asynchronous type
(D-sub 25 pins, female)
Data length: 7, 8 bits
Parity: even, odd, none
Stop bit: 1, 2 bits
Baud rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600bps
Serial Interface 1 and 2 for
RS-232C, RS-422/485 (2-wire connection)
transferring data/barcode
*When ZM-1REC, an optional equipment, is connected:
/ZM-1REC
1 slot
(modular jack, 8 pins)
SRAM: Max. 4 MB
FROM: Max. 16 MB
Comply with JEIDA Ver. 4.0 (The limit exists.)
Printer Interface
Complies with centronics, half pitch 36 pins (for PC98x1)
NEC
: PR201
EPSON : compatibles with ESC/P24-84 or later
CBM292/293 printer (The screen copy cannot be printed out.)
Drawing Environment
Item
Specifications
Drawing Method
Exclusive drawing software
Drawing Tool
Name of exclusive drawing software
Personal computer
OS
: ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0 or later
: Pentium ll 450MHz or more is recommended
: Microsoft Windows 98/NT version 4.0/Me/2000/XP
Capacity of hard disk required
(For minimum installation
Display
: free area of approx. 460MB or more
: Approx. 105MB)
: Resolution of 800 X 600 or more is recommended
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1 Specifications
Compatible PLC for connection
Maker
SHARP
PLC Model
JW10, JW20/20H, JW30H, W70H/100H
JW50/70/100, JW50H/70H/100H, J-board
MITSUBISHI
MELSEC A/Q/FX series, CPU port
OMRON
SYSMAC C/CV/CQM series
FUJI
F70/F80H/120H, FLEX-PC CPU/COM, NS/NJ
HITACHI
HIDEC-H300/700/2000 series/S10
YOKOGAWA
FA-M3, FA-500
YASUKAWA
MEMOBUS, CP9200SH, MP920/930
MATSUSHITA
MEWNET-FP
TOYOPUC
TOYOPUC-PC2/PC2J, L2
KOYO
KOSTAC-SU5/6, SG-8
TOSHIBA
TC200
SHINKO
SELMART
KEYENCE
KZ/KV series
YAMATAKE
MX series
IDEC
MICRO3
FATEK AUTOMATION
FACON FB series
TAIAN
TP02
ALLEN-BRADLEY
PLC5/SLC500
FANUC
Power Mate-Model H/D
GE Fanuc
90 series, 30 series
LG
MASTER-K10/60/2000, K500/1000
MODICON
Modbus RTU
SAMSUNG
SPC
SIEMENS
S5/S7/S7-200PPI, T1540/555
*1 They match to the protocol of the PLC described above, but it does not necessary mean the guarantee
of the operation of each PLC such as the noise level.
1 Wiring of Power Supply
8
1-15
Wiring of Power Supply
Electrical Wiring
Connects the cable for power supply to the terminal on the
rear side of ZM-62E.
RUN / STOP
Type: 100-240VAC
L
100240VAC
L
N
CN1
NC
Power Supply
100240VAC
MJ2
N
MJ1
CN2
NC
ZM-62E
Earth
Screw Size
M3.5
Clamp Terminal (Unit : mm)
Torque (N m)
0.5 (5kgf cm)
8.0MAX
8.0MAX
The power source used must be within the allowable voltage fluctuation.
Use a power source with low noise between the cables or ground and the cable.
Use as thick a power cable as possible to minimize any drop in voltage.
Keep cables of 100V AC sufficiently away from high-voltage, large-current cables.
Generally, an isolating transformer improves noise resistance. However, if the display unit is far away from
the secondary port of the transformer and noise gets mixed in, an isolating transformer becomes unnecessary.
If any power voltage fluctuation caused by noise is expected, it is recommended that a voltage stabilizer
(effective in noise resistance) be used.
Power Supply
Insulation transformer
or
Stabilized transformer
to ZM-62E
2
1.25mm twisted
Grounding
This equipment must be earthed.
An independent earth pole shall be used for ZM-62E. (The level of
grounding resistance should be less than 100 Ω.)
ZM-62E
Use a cable which has a nominal cross section of more than 2mm2 for
grounding.
Grounding point shall be near the ZM-62E to shorten the distance of
grounding wires.
Using a common grounding cable with other devices or connecting the
grounding cable to a beam of the building could backfire.
Should your ZM-62E work wrongly after grounding, cut the FG terminal off from the ground.
Other Equipment
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9
1 Serial Connector (CN1)
Serial Connector (CN1)
CN1 is used for communicating between a PLC and a ZM-62E (RS-232C, RS-422/485).
Interface Specifications
Item
Specifications
Serial Interface
RS-232C, RS-422/485
for connecting PLC
Asynchronous type
(D-sub 25 pins, female)
Data length: 7, 8 bits
Parity: even, odd, none
Stop bit: 1, 2 bits
Baud rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600bps
Serial Connector (CN1)
The pin arrangement of serial connector is as follows:
CN1 (Dsub 25pin)
Female
25
13
RUN / STOP
Pin No.
Signal
1
FG
Frame ground
2
SD
RS-232C send data
3
RD
RS-232C receive data
4
RS
RS-232C RS request to send
5
CS
RS-232C CS clear to send
SG
Signal ground
Not used
6
7
8
L
100240VAC
N
Contents
Not used
9
+5V
Use prohibited
10
0V
Use prohibited
CN1
NC
MJ2
MJ1
14
1
11
Not used
CN2
12
ZM-62E
+SD
RS-422 send data (+)
13
-SD
RS-422 send data (-)
14
+RS
RS-422 RS send data (+)
15
Not used
16
17
Not used
-RS
RS-422 RS send data (-)
18
-CS
RS-422 CS receive data (-)
19
+CS
RS-422 CS receive data (+)
20
Not used
21
Not used
22
Not used
23
Not used
24
+RD
RS-422 receive data (+)
25
-RD
RS-422 receive data (-)
1 Serial Connector (CN1)
1-17
Wiring for Communication
Never place the communication cable with electric circuits.
Never bundle these cables together with other wires in ducts or electric boxes using cord locks. Although it
is tempting to bundle all the cables neatly together, this does not necessarily lead to a noise-resistant
configuration.
It is recommended that the communication cable be independently wired.
Wiring duct
Communication cable
Communication cable
Power cable and control cable
Power cable and control cable
Cord lock
In Case of RS-232C Communication
In case of RS-232C, SD and SG, and RD and SG form a pair.
Connect the shielded cable to pin No. 1 or the connector case cover.
ZM-62E (CN1)
Shielded cable
To the RS-232C port
of the PLC link unit
Signal
Pin No.
FG
1
Receive data
SD
2
SG
RD
3
SG
RS
4
Send data
CS
5
SG
7
In Case of RS-422 Communication
In case of RS-422, +SD and -SD, and +RD and -RD form a pair.
Use SG if possible.
Connect the shielded cable to pin No. 1 or the connector case cover.
Use terminal converter ZM-1TC which is the optional equipment in case of using terminal blocks in RS422/485 connection.
Specify terminal resistance by the dip switches on ZM-62E. (Refer to page 1-29.)
ZM-62E (CN1)
Signal
Pin No.
Shielded cable
To the RS-422 port
of the PLC link unit
FG
1
+RD
24
Send data (-)
-RD
25
Send data (+)
+SD
12
Receive data (-)
-SD
13
Receive data (+)
SG
7
SG
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1 Serial Connector (CN1)
Terminal Blocks of RS-422/485
Connect ZM-1TC (Terminal Converter) which is the optional equipment to ZM-62E via the serial connector
on ZM-62E (CN1) in case of using terminal blocks in RS-422/485 connection.
The RS-422 signal wiring of ZM-1TC is connected to the serial connector (CN1).
Specify 4-wire connection or 2-wire connection by the dip switch on ZM-1TC (SW1).
(set to top: 4-wire connection)
RUN / STOP
L
100240VAC
N
CN1
NC
MJ2
MJ1
CN
1
CN2
SW
1
TB
1
ZM-62E
ZM-1TC
CN1
SW1
(Set to top:
4-wire connection)
Signal
Pin No.
FG
1
TB1
RD+
SG
7
+SD
12
RDSD+
SDSG
-SD
13
+RD
24
-RD
25
FG
ZM-1TC (Terminal Converter)
1 Serial Connector (CN1)
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Connection Style
Three kinds of ZM-62E to PLC connection styles are available as shown below.
1:1
In this style, a single ZM-62E is connected to a single PLC.
PLC
ZM-62E
For details, refer to "10 1 : 1 Communications."
POWER
RUN
To be connected through RS-232C or RS-422 (RS-485) interface.
1 : n (multi-drop)
In this style, multiple PLCs are connected to a single ZM-62E. (n = 1 to 31)
For details, refer to "11 1 : n Communications."
ZM-62E
POWER
RUN
To be connected through RS-422/485 interface
Max. 500 m
PLC1
PLC2
PLC3
PLCn
n : 1 (multi-link 2, multi-link)
In this style, multiple units of ZM-
** (ZM-62E for example) are connected to a single PLC.
(Multi-link 2: n = 1 to 4, Multi-link: n = 1 to 31)
For details, refer to "12 n : 1 (multi-link 2, multi-link)."
"ZM-**" 1
"ZM-**" 2
"ZM-**" 3
"ZM-**" n
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
RUN
RUN
To be connected through RS-485 interface
Max. 500 m
* Connection as show below is not recommended.
PLC
POWER
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
RUN
1-20
1 1 : 1 Communications
10
1 : 1 Communications
In this style, a single ZM-62E is connected to a single PLC.
PLC
ZM-62E
POWER
RUN
To be connected through RS-232C or RS-422 (RS-485) interface.
Connection to a PLC
About the wiring, communication parameter, etc. in connection between ZM-62E and a PLC, refer to ‘Chapter
2 Connection to Link Units’ of “ZM-42/43/52/72/82 User’s Manual”.
1 1 : n (Multi-drop) Communications
11
1-21
1 : n (Multi-drop) Communication
One ZM-62E and multiple PLCs are connected. (n = 1 to 31)
ZM-62E
POWER
RUN
To be connected through RS-422/485 interface
Max. 500 m
PLC1
PLC2
PLC3
PLCn
Available PLC for multi-drop communication
Manufacturer
SHARP
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
Models
JW series, JW100/70H COM port, JW20/30 COM port
A series link, QnA series link, QnH(Q) series link,
Alink+Net10, FX series (A prt)
OMRON
SYSMAC C series, CV series, CQM1 series, CS1 DNA
Hitachi
HIDIC-H
Matsushita Electric Works MEWNET
Yokogawa Electric
FA500, FA-M3, FA-M3R
Yaskawa Electric
MEMOBUS, CP9200SH/MP900
Toyoda Machine Works
TOYOPUC
Fuji Electric
MICREX-F series, FLEX-PC series, NJ computer link
KOYO ELECTRONICS
SU/SG, SR-T
Allen-Bradley
PLC-5, SLC500, Micro Logix 1000
GE Fanuc
90 series
TOSHIBA
T series
Siemens
S7-200 PPI
SHINKO ELECTRIC
SELMART
SAMSUNG
SPC series, N plus, SECNET
KEYENCE
KZ series, KV series
LG
MASTER-K500 / 1000
FATEK AUTOMATION
FACON FB series
IDEC
MICRO3
MODICON
Modbus RTU
TAIAN
TP02
Universal Serial
1-22
1 1 : n (Multi-drop) Communications
Multi-drop Communication (RS-422)
Refer to the PLC manual of each manufacturer for connection.
<E.g.>
The following example describes how one ZM-62E is connected to three PLCs made by MITSUBISHI.
See MITSUBISHI’s manual for further details.
ZM-62E (CN1)
Link unit
Link unit
Link unit
Signal Pin No.
Signal
Signal
Signal
FG
1
FG
FG
FG
+SD
12
RDA
RDA
RDA
-SD
13
RDB
RDB
RDB
+RD
24
SDA
SDA
SDA
-RD
25
SDB
SDB
SDB
SG
7
SG
SG
SG
SD/RD terminal resistance
(ON)
* Use twist shielded cable.
1 n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
12
1-23
n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
Multiple units of ZM- (ZM-62E for example) are connected to a single PLC.
**
In this style, there are two kinds of communications.
n : 1 Link Communication (Multi-link2)
Up to 4 units can be connected to one PLC.
* Between a PLC and the ZM-** master station is the same as those for 1:1 communication.
PLC
Communication between the stations : RS-485 (2-wire system) Maximum length: 500 m
(b)
CN1
MJ2
ZM- master
**
(Station 1)
terminal
(a)
(c)
(d)
CN1
ZM- slave
**
(Station 2)
(e)
CN1
ZM- slave
**
(Station 3)
CN1
ZM- slave
**
(Station 4)
Available PLCs for multi-link2.
PLC models which can be used in one-on-one connection with a ZM-
** are as follows. (as of April 2001)
<Type>
MITSUBISHI : AnA/N/U series
MITSUBISHI : QnA series
MITSUBIAHI : QnH (Q) series
MITSUBISHI : ACPU Port
MITSUBISHI : FX series
MITSUBISHI : QnACPU Port
MITSUBISHI : QnHCPU Port (A)
MITSUBISHI : QnHCPU Port (Q)
MITSUBISHI : FX series(A prt)
MITSUBISHI : FX2N series
MITSUBISHI : FX1S series
OMRON : SYSMAC C
OMRON : SYSMAC CV
OMRON : SYSMAC CS1
SHARP : JW series
SHARP : JW100/70H COM Port
SHARP : JW20 COM Port
HITACHI : HIDIC-H
HITACHI : HIDIC-S10/2 alpha
HITACHI : HIDIC-S10/ABS
MATSUSHITA : MEWNET
YOKOGAWA : FA500
YOKOGAWA : FA-M3
YOKOGAWA : FA-M3R
YASKAWA : Memobus
YASKAWA : CP9200SH/MP900
TOYOPUC
FUJI : MICREX-F series
FUJI : MICREX-F series ZM70
FUJI : FLEX-PC series
FUJI : FLEX-PC CPU
FUJI : FLEX-PC COM
FUJI : FLEX-PC(T)
FUJI : FLEX-PC CPU(T)
FUJI : MICREX-F T link ZM70
<Calendar>
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Depends on the model
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Depends on the model
Provided
Depends on the model
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Not provided
Not provided
Depends on the model
Provided
Provided
Provided
Depends on the model
Not provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
Provided
<Type>
<Calendar>
KOYO : SU/SG
Depends on the model
KOYO : SR-T
Provided
KOYO : SR-T(K prt)
Not provided
A.B : PLC-5
Not provided
A.B : SLC500
Provided
A.B : Micro Logix 1000
Not provided
GE Fanuc : 90 series
Not provided
GE Fanuc : 90 series(SNP-X)
Not provided
TOSHIBA : T series
Provided
SIEMENS : S5/S7
Not provided
SIEMENS : S5 ZM70
Not provided
SIEMENS : TI500/505
Provided
SIEMENS : TI500/505 ZM70
SIEMENS : S5 PG port
Not provided
SIEMENS : S7-300MPI (HMI ADP)
Provided
SIEMENS : S7-300MPI (PC ADP)
Provided
SAMSUNG : SPC series
Not provided
SAMSUNG : SECNET
Depends on the model
KEYENCE : KZ series
Not provided
KEYENCE : KZ-A500 CPU Port
Provided
KEYENCE : KV series
Not provided
KEYENCE : KZ24/300 series CPU
Not provided
KEYENCE : KV10/24 series CPU
Not provided
LG : MASTER-K10/60/200
Not provided
LG : MASTER-K500/1000
Not provided
LG : LGMKX00S
Not provided
FANUC : Power Mate
Not provided
FATEK AUTOMATION: FACON FB series Provided
IDEC : MICRO3
Provided
MODICON : Modbus RTU
Depends on the model
YAMATAKE : MX series
Provided
TAIAN : TP02
Provided
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1 n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
For the I/F driver, the Multi-Link 2 is supported by the version of 1.100 or later and as for a ZM- master
**
station, make sure the hardware version of the unit is as follows. As for ZM-62E and ZM-42/43 series, any
version can be used.
· ZM-82T series --> D, ZM-82D series --> C, ZM-72TS series --> D, ZM-72T series --> D,
ZM-72D series --> C, ZM-52D series --> F
* When a ZM-62E or one in ZM-42/43 series is the master, the models which can be used as the slaves are “ZM62E or ZM-42/43 series”.
Example of wiring for multiple ZM- units.
**
Use the terminal converter (ZM-1TC), the optional equipment.
See Multi-link2 manual for further details.
* Wire the shielded FG only at the one of both sides so that they are not connected.
• Set the dip switch (SW1) of ZM-1TC as 2-wire connection when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is used.
(b)
ZM-** master
MJ1/2
+
-
SG
Terminal resistor
(ON)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Terminal block
prepared by user
ZM- slave
**
CN1+ZM-1TC
ZM- slave
**
CN1+ZM-1TC
ZM- slave
**
CN1+ZM-1TC
Signal
Signal
Signal
FG
FG
FG
Signal
+
+RD
+RD
+RD
-
-RD
-RD
-RD
+SD
+SD
+SD
-SD
-SD
-SD
SG
SG
SG
Terminal resistor
(OFF)
Terminal resistor
(OFF)
Terminal resistor
(ON)
SG
• Short-circuit between +RD and +SD, and -RD and -SD when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is not used.
1 n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
1-25
n : 1 Link Communication (Multi-link)
Multiple ZM-
** and a PLC are connected. (n=1 to 31)
"ZM-**" 1
"ZM-**" 2
"ZM-**" 3
"ZM-**" n
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
RUN
RUN
To be connected through RS-485 interface
Max. 500 m
* Connection as show below is not recommended.
PLC
POWER
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
RUN
Available PLCs for multi-link
Manufacturer
Models
SHARP
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
JW series (JW-10CM, JW-21CM, Z-331J/332J, ZW-10CM)
An/A/N/U series, Net10, FX series (A protocol)
OMRON
Hitachi
QnA CPU port (with ZM-1MD2)
SYSMAC C series, CV series
HIDIC-H
Matsushita Electric Works MEWNET
Yokogawa Electric
FA500, FA-M3, FA-M3R
Toyoda Machine Works
TOYOPUC
Fuji Electric
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA MACHINE
MICREX-F series, NJ computer link
T series
TC200
Siemens
SHINKO ELECTRIC
SAMSUNG
LG
S7-200 PPI
SELMART
SPC series, N plus, SECNET
MASTER-K500/K1000
* With regard to the SHARP models, only the link units are compatible with multi-link connection, but the communication ports and others are not.
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1 n : 1 (Multi-link 2, multi-link)
When multiple ZM- are connected to a link unit of PLC, use the terminal converter (ZM-1TC), the
**
optional equipment for RS-485 connection.
• Set the dip switch (SW1) of ZM-1TC as 2-wire connection when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is used.
ZM-
**+ZM-1TC
ZM-
**+ZM-1TC
Signal
ZM-
**+ZM-1TC
Signal
Signal
Link unit
Signal
FG
FG
FG
FG
+SD
+SD
+SD
+RxD
-SD
-SD
-SD
-RxD
+RD
+RD
+RD
+TxD
-RD
-RD
-RD
-TxD
SG
SG
SG
SG
RD/SD terminal resistance
(OFF)
RD/SD terminal resistance
(OFF)
RD terminal resistance
(ON)
* Use twist shielded cable.
• Short-circuit between +RD and +SD, and -RD and -SD when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is not
used.
When multiple ZM- are connected directly to MITSUBISHI’s QCPU port, the optional equipment, ZM**
1MD2 is required. Make sure to use ZM-1MD2 GD port. It is recommended to use a cable, MB-CPUQT, to
connect between a terminal converter ZM-1TC (sold separately) for a ZM- and a ZM-1MD2 for the
**
Mitsubishi Q series’ CPU too.
• Set the dip switch (SW1) of ZM-1TC as 2-wire connection when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is used.
ZM-
**+ZM-1TC
ZM-
**+ZM-1TC
ZM-
ZM-1MD2
ZM port
**+ZM-1TC
Pin No. Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
FG
FG
FG
1
+SD
+SD
+SD
2
-SD
-SD
-SD
3
+TxD
+RD
+RD
+RD
4
+DSR
-RD
-RD
-RD
5
+DTR
SG
SG
SG
7
SG
15
-RxD
RD terminal resistance
(ON)
RD/SD terminal resistance
(OFF)
RD/SD terminal resistance
(OFF)
* Use twist shielded cable.
+RxD
16
-TxD
17
-DSR
18
-DTR
20
21
MB-CPUQT
• Short-circuit between +RD and +SD, and -RD and -SD when the ZM-1TC terminal converter is not
used.
1 General Purpose Serial Communication
13
1-27
General Purpose Serial
Communication
The ZM-62E can connected with a general purpose computer using the user program (exclusive command
use). Refer to ZM (general purpose serial) user’s manual in detail.
When a computer and ZM-62E are 1 : 1
RS-232C can use it by less than 15m, and RS-422 (485) can use transmision distance by less than 500m.
Interruption processing can be used. (Switch ON/OFF, the write-in key of a ten-key, screen change)
General purpose computer
ZM-62E
1: 1 connection
POWER
RUN
RS-232C
RS-422
When a computer and ZM-** are 1 : n (Up to ZM-** 32 sets are connectable.)
The command point needs to be station number specified.
Interruption processing cannot be used.(Switch ON/OFF, the write-in key of a ten-key, screen change)
General purpose computer
1 : 1 connection
RS-422
POWER
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
RUN
ZM-62E
ZM-62E
ZM-62E
1-28
1 Modular Jack 1 & 2
14
Modular Jack 1 & 2
Modular Jack 1 & 2 (MJ1/2)
The right diagram is the pin arrangement and the
signal name of modular jack 1 & 2.
MJ1/2
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Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
+SD/RD
-SD/RD
+5V
+5V
0V
0V
RD
SD
Output power supply
Max. 150mA
Setting of Modular Jack 1 & 2 (MJ1/MJ2)
Specify the use of MJ1/MJ2 by the screen edit software (ZM-71SE).
Select [Modular] of [System Setting], and then the [Modular Jack] dialog is displayed. The setting items of
[Modular Jack 1] and [Modular Jack 2] in this dialog are as follows.
Modular Jack 1
Modular Jack 2
[Editor port]
[Not used]
[Memory Card]
[Memory Card]
[Barcode]
[Barcode]
[ZM-I/O]
[ZM-I/O]
[Multi-Link] *
[Multi-Link] *
[Temp./ PLC2Way]
[Temp./ PLC2Way]
[ZM-Link]
[ZM-Link]
[Modbus Slave]
[Modbus Slave]
[Printer(Serial Port)]
[Printer(Serial Port)]
It is impossible to select both [Multi-Link] and [Temp./ PLC2Way] in each setting of modular jack.
* It is possible to select this item when [Multi-Link 2] is selected for [Connection] and [Local Port] is set to [1] in
the [Comm. Parameter] dialog.
Editor Transferring
Use modular jack 1 (MJ1) in case of editor transferring.
When [Editor port] is selected for [Modular Jack 1] in the [Modular Jack] dialog, it is also possible to
transfer the data while running, because the auto change of the local mode and the run mode is valid.
When [Editor port] is selected, on-line editing and the simulation mode are also available.
When the item other than [Editor port] is selected for [Modular Jack 1] in the dialog, be sure to transfer the
data by the software in the local mode. On-line editing and the simulation mode are not available.
When the data is transferred by software, use the cable for data transferring which is the optional equipment (ZM-80C: 3m) to connect ZM-62E to a personal computer.
1 Setting of Dip Switches
15
1-29
Setting of Dip Switches
Setting of Dip Switches
ON
1
2
3
4
Not used
5
6
7
8
The SD terminal resistance between the No. 12 and No. 13 pins of CN1
(serial connector)
RD terminal resistance of pin No. 24 and 25 in CN1 (serial connector)
Terminal resistance of MJ1 (modular jack 1)
Setting of Terminal Resistance
• When connecting a PLC and RS-422/485 by 4-wire method, turn DIPSW 7 and 8 on.
• When connecting a PLC and RS-422/485 by 2-wire method, turn DISW 7 on.
• When using Modular jack 1 for multi-link 2 connection or using a card recorder or added serial I/O, turn
DIPSW 6 on.
• Modular jack 2’s terminal resistance is always on.
Keep DIPSW 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 (not used) OFF.
1-30
1 Barcode Reader Interface
16
Barcode Reader Interface
It is possible to receive the signal from a barcode reader by connecting a barcode reader to ZM-62E via the
modular jack (MJ1/MJ2) of ZM-62E.
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To connect a barcode reader to ZM-62E via MJ1/MJ2, use the cable which is the cable for barcode reader
(ZM-80BC: order product).
Length
: 3m
Brown : +5V
Red : 0V
Orange : RXD
Yellow : TXD
Notes on Connection
• In case of using the barcode reader which uses the CTS and RTS control, the barcode reader may
not work normally without jumping RTS and CTS.
• The output power supply (+5V) is max. 150mA. (Refer to page 1-26.)
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When the barcode reader connected to ZM-61E is used, connect it to ZM-80BC by the following cable.
Barcode Reader
Signal
RTS
TXD
RXD
CTS
SG
+5V
D-sub 9pin ( )
Pin No. Signal
1
CTS
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
RTS
5
6
7
SG
8
9
+5V
*
Orange : RXD
Yellow : TXD
* Jump pins, 1(CTS) and 4(RTS).
Red : 0V
Brown : +5V
1 Printer Interface (CN2)
17
1-31
Printer Interface (CN2)
When a printer is connected to ZM-62E via the connector (CN2), it is possible to hard-copy the screen
display of ZM-62E, the data sheet, or the sampling data.
To connect a printer to ZM-62E, use the parallel interface cable of 36 pins which is optional equipment.
(ZM-80PC: 2.5m)
* The printer cable for ZM-61E/ZM-70 cannot be used.
RUN / STOP
L
100240VAC
N
CN1
NC
MJ2
MJ1
CN2
ZM-62E
to Printer
Half pitch 36 pins
Centronics
Compatible Printer Control Code System and Printer Models
NEC
PC-PR201 series
EPSON
Compatibles with ESC/P24-84 or later
HP(HEWLETT PACKARD)
PCL Level 3
Note of Usage of SRAM Memory Card (via ZM-1REC);
In case of connecting a printer to ZM-62E with a “Memory Card on the market compliant (SRAM)” at all times,
be sure to turn off a printer at the same time when turning off ZM-62E. If a printer is not turned off when ZM62E is turned off, the voltage will circulate from the power supply line of a printer to make the power consumption of SRAM cassette’s backup battery increase, and finally, the backup battery will consume drastically
within a few months.
1-32
Please use this page freely.
System Menu
1. Operation of Main Menu
2. Errors Caused on the ZM-62E
2-1
2 Operation of Main Menu
1
Operation of Main Menu
When the power of ZM-62E is turned on for the first time, the screen on the below left is displayed. After
transferring the screen data to ZM-62E, the following "Main Menu" is displayed.
When power is turned on for the first time:
"Main Menu" after transferring data
ZM-62EM
Main Menu
1998- 5 - 5 9: 0: 20
SYS PROG.VER.1.430
I/O Test
MemoryCard
FONT VER.1.210/1.100/1.000
JAPANESE 32
Comm.Para.
I/F DRV VER.1.200
SHARP JW series
PLC Type : SHARP JW series
Comment :
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
Editor:MJ1
If the screen data has been already transferred to ZM-62E, press the [RUN/STOP] switch on the rear side.
The [Main Menu] is displayed.
RUN/STOP switch
on the rear side
"Main Menu" after transferring the screen data
Main Menu
SW 1
SYS PROG.VER.1.430
FONT VER.1.210/1.100/1.000
JAPANESE 32
I/F DRV VER.1.200
SHARP JW series
CN1
MJ2
PLC Type : SHARP JW series
Comment :
MJ1
POWER
RUN
Editor:MJ1
CN2
ZM-62EM
1998- 5 - 5 9: 0: 20
I/O Test
MemoryCard
Comm.Para.
2-2
2 Operation of Main Menu
Main Menu
The "Main Menu" is the system menu for transferring the data between a personal computer and ZM-62E.
When the screen data is transferred from a personal computer to ZM-62E, the "Main Menu" or “Comm.
Parameter” (see page 2-10) must be displayed.
(If [Editor port] is selected for [Modular Jack 1] in the [Modular] of the editing software, it is not necessary to
display the "Main Menu.")
Model name of ZM-62E
• Because of the matrix switch system, the screen
adds the letter M at the end of "ZM-62E".
System Program version
ZM-62EM
Main Menu
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SYS PROG.VER.1.430
Font data version
2.
MemoryCard
FONT VER.1.210/1.100/1.000
JAPANESE 32
PLC I/F driver
version and name
1.
I/O Test
Comm.Para.
3.
I/F DRV VER.1.200
SHARP JW series
PLC Type : SHARP JW series
Comment :
POWER
RUN
Editor:MJ1
PLC type and comment
specified by the panel editor
I/O Test
When the switch '1.' on the "Main Menu" is pressed, the following "I/O Test" is displayed.
This is the test menu to check only ZM-62E hardware.
D
I/O Test
Main Menu
Printer Chcek
Serial Test
B
Switch Check
POWER
RUN
A
C
2 Operation of Main Menu
2-3
A. Self-loop Test
Pressing the switch ‘A’ on the “I/O Test” brings to the [Serial Test] screen.
This is the test menu to check the signals necessary for ZM-62E to communicate with PLC or a personal
computer by using only ZM-62E.
Serial Test
I/O Test
Self-Loop Test
Please refer to the manual, "Hardware Specifications".
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
Communication Port
Self-Loop
Test
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
POWER
RUN
Signal Test of RS-232C in CN1
Select [CN1] and [RS-232C] in [Communication Port] by pressing each switch.
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
Loop-back Test
Check the [SD] and [RD] signals.
1. Jump pins, 2 and 3 of CN1.
2. The test is OK, if the [OK] lamp turns on when the [Self-Loop Test] switch is pressed.
CTS
NG
RTS
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
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2 Operation of Main Menu
Test of CTS/RTS
Check the [CTS] and [RTS] signals.
1. Jump pins, 4(RTS) and 5(CTS) of CN1.
2. The test is OK if the [CTS] lamp and the [RTS] lamp turn on at the same time that the [RTS] switch is
pressed. Similarly, the test is OK if the [CTS] turns off at the same time that the [RTS] is turned off.
CTS
RTS
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Self-Loop
Test
CTS
RTS
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Self-Loop
Test
Signal Test of RS-485 in CN1
Select [CN1] and [RS-485] in [Communication Port] by pressing each switch.
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
Loop-back Test
Check the [SD] and [RD] signals.
1. Jump each pin, 12 and 24, 13 and 25 of CN1.
2. The test is OK, if the [OK] lamp turns on when the [Self-Loop Test] switch is pressed.
CTS
RTS
Communication Port
CN1
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
MJ1
MJ2
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
RS232C
RS485
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
2 Operation of Main Menu
2-5
Test of CTS/RTS
Check the [CTS] and [RTS] signals.
1. Jump each pin, 14(+RTS) and 19(+CTS), 17(-RTS) and 18(-CTS) of CN1.
2. The test is OK if the [CTS] lamp and the [RTS] lamp turn on at the same time that the [RTS] switch is
pressed. Similarly, the test is OK if the [CTS] turns off at the same time that the [RTS] is turned off.
CTS
RTS
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Self-Loop
Test
CTS
RTS
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
Self-Loop
Test
Signal Test of RS-232C in MJ1 and MJ2
Select [MJ1] (or [MJ2]) and [RS-232C] in [Communication Port] by pressing each switch.
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
Communication Port
Self-Loop
Test
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
Loop-back Test
Check the [SD] and [RD] signals.
Execute the test by connecting the data transfer cable (ZM-80C) to CN1.
1. Set the adaptor, ADP25-9, which is attached to ZM-80C, to ZM-80C. And connect the modular jack
side of ZM-80C to MJ1 (or MJ2), ADP25-9 side of ZM-80C to CN1.
ZM-80C
CN1
MJ1/2
2. The test is OK, if the [OK] lamp turns on when the [Self-Loop Test] switch is pressed.
CTS
RTS
Communication Port
CN1
NG
OK
Self-Loop
Test
MJ1
MJ2
CTS
RTS
NG
OK
RS232C
RS485
Self-Loop
Test
Communication Port
CN1
RS232C
MJ1
RS485
MJ2
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2 Operation of Main Menu
B. Printer Check
Check the signal of printer.
The test is OK if the test printout is executed satisfactorily when connecting ZM-62E to a printer and pressing
this [Printer Check] switch (B).
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!"#$%&@
!"#$%&@
0123456789
0123456789
0123456789
0123456789
0123456789
0123456789
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
C. Switch Check
Check the reaction of the touch switches on the ZM-62E panel.
When the [Switch Check] switch (C) is pressed, the following screen is displayed.
Confirm that the color of the pressed area changes into orange-yellow.
The orange-yellow color means that the switch reacts to the touch normally.
Pressing the corner right below [*] leads to the previous [I/O Test] screen.
Main Menu
Printer Check
Serial Test
Switch Check
POWER
RUN
If the pressed area is
reversed, these switches
reacts to the touch normally.
D. Main Menu
Pressing this [Main Menu] switch (D) leads to the previous [Main Menu].
Main Menu
Main Menu
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Printer Check
I/F DRV VER.1.200
SHARP JW series
Serial Test
PLC Type : SHARP JW series
Comment :
Switch Check
POWER
RUN
Editor:MJ1
ZM-62EM
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I/O Test
MemoryCard
Comm.Para.
2 Operation of Main Menu
2-7
Memory-Card
When the [Memory-Card] switch (2.) on the "Main Menu" is pressed, the following "Memory-Card" is displayed.
This screen is to transfer the screen data between ZM-62E and a memory-card.
Memory-Card
Main Menu
Port Selection
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Data Selection
Screen Data
Display --> Card
Display <-> Card
I/F Driver
Start
Font Data
Cancel
Sys Program
POWER
RUN
Procedure of Data Transferring
1) Port Selection
Select the [Modular Jack MJ1] switch (or [Modular Jack MJ2]) in case of using a modular jack.
When each switch is pressed, the “Memory-Card Information” window is displayed.
Pressing the “Close” switch leads to the original screen after checking the memory card information.
Memory-Card
Memory-Card
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Modular Jack
MJ1
Sys Program
:
Display --> Card
Font Data
Data :Selection
Display <-> Card
Screen
Data
I/F Driver
:
VERSION : - . - - -
Data Selection
Screen Data
Main Menu
Close
Transfer
Port Selection
Memory-Card
Information
Port Selection
Display <-- Card
Display --> Card
VERSION : - . - - - / - . - - - / - . - - -
I/F Driver
Start
Font Data
Cancel
I/F
Driver: - . - - VERSION
Screen PLC Type :
Screen Font
Comment
Data :
Display <-> Card
Start
Cancel
Sys Program
Sys Program
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
* In case of selecting [Card Recorder] from [Modular Jack 2] on ZM-71SE and transferring data, it is possible to
select the [Modular Jack 2] switch in the [Port Selection] menu of the [Memory-Card] screen on ZM-62E.
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2 Operation of Main Menu
2) Data Selection, Transfer
Pressing each switch leads to selection of the target for data transferring. (Possible to select multiple
items.)
Data Selection
Memory-Card
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Screen Data
Memory-Card
Main Menu
Port Selection
Data Selection
Transfer
Display --> Card
Main Menu
Port Selection
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Display --> Card
Data Selection
Display <-> Card
Screen Data
Display <-> Card
I/F Driver
Start
I/F Driver
Start
Font Data
Cancel
Font Data
Cancel
Sys Program
Sys Program
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
3) Start
When the [Start] switch is pressed, the data transferring starts. During data transfer, the character, the
lamp of ‘Start’ switch is turned ON.
After transferring data, the following message is displayed. Press the [OK] switch.
Start transferring
Memory-Card
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Screen Data
Memory-Card
Main Menu
Port Selection
Data Selection
During transferring
Display --> Card
Transfer
Modular Jack
MJ1
Display <-- Card
Data Selection
Display <-> Card
Main Menu
Port Selection
Screen Data
Display --> Card
Display <-> Card
I/F Driver
Start
I/F Driver
Start
Font Data
Cancel
Font Data
Cancel
Sys Program
Sys Program
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
Finish transferring
Memory-Card
WorkPort
normally
finished
Selection
Modular Jack
MJ1
O K
Data Selection
Screen Data
RUN
Display <-- Card
Display --> Card
Display <-> Card
I/F Driver
Start
Font Data
Cancel
Sys Program
POWER
Main Menu
Transfer
2 Operation of Main Menu
Message Display in Data Transferring
If an error occurs during transferring data, the message display
window shown on the right is displayed. The kinds and the contents
of the messages are as shown below.
Message
2-9
Work normally finished
O K
Contents
Work normally finished.
The specified operation has been concluded normally.
ZM-1REC not connecting
ZM-1REC is not connecting when selecting a modular jack.
ZM-1REC Communication Error
A communication error occurred between ZM-62E and
ZM-1REC when selecting a modular jack.
Memory-Card not setting
A memory card is not inserted.
Memory-Card Capacity over
Cannot write the data into a memory card because
the data size in ZM-62E is larger than the capacity of
a memory card.
Write Protect : ON
Cannot write data into a memory card because
the write protect switch in a memory card is ON.
Writing Error occurred.
The error occurred while writing data into a memory
card.
Selected data does not exist.
The data in the reading target does not exist.
ZM type is different.
The specified type of the data in ZM-62E is different from
the type of the memory card data.
Selected data can not be read.
The data in a memory card cannot be read.
Reading Error occurred.
The error occurred during writing data into a flash
ROM of ZM-62E.
Data discrepant
There is some discrepancy in data, when comparing data
between a memory card and ZM-62E.
Screen data on ZM will be broken.
This message appears to inform the user that the data in
ZM-62E will be broken by transferring the font data (the
size which is larger than the present data) from a
memory card to ZM-62E. (The [OK] switch continues the
transferring. The [Cancel] switch stops transferring.)
Undefined Error occurred.
The error occurred due to some cause other than
the above mentioned.
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2 Operation of Main Menu
Comm. Para.
When the [Comm. Para.] switch (3.) on the "Main Menu" is pressed, the following "Comm. Param." is
displayed.
This screen is to show the setting of communication parameter of ZM-62E.
Main Menu
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ZM-62EM
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Comm. Param.
I/O Test
Main Menu
Screen Data Size : 786432
MemoryCard
Error:Retry
Time-Out:0.50sec
Retry:3
Comm.Para.
I/F DRV VER.1.200
SHARP JW series
Connection:1:1
Signal Level:RS232C
PLC Stat. No.:00
PLC Type : SHARP JW series
Comment :
POWER
POWER
RUN
RUN
Editor:MJ1
Editor:MJ1
Baud Rate:19200
Data Length:7
Stop Bit:1
Parity:Even
Send Delay: 0msec
2 Errors Caused on the ZM-62E
2
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Errors Caused on the ZM-62E
Communication Error
The followings are the errors which are often caused on the ZM-62E.
About any other errors except these errors, refer to ‘Appendix 3 Error’ in “ZM-71SE Instruction Manual
(Function).”
* When you go to [Comm. Parameter],
bring up the [Detail] tab window and
set [Continuous] for [Comm. Err.
Handling], a screen like the one
shown below is displayed.
Communication Error
Time-Out
Screen No. :
Received code No. :
RETRY
Communication Error
Time-Out
POWER
This portion of the
message changes.
RUN
Message
Time-Out
*
Contents
Although a request is
sent for transmission to
the PLC, an answer is
not returned within the
Error code received
Check I/F driver
(applicable to I/F
driver for Simulator)
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Monitor 1
Monitor 2
Monitor 3
Error 1
Error 2
Error 3
Solution
Remarks
1) Check the communication parameter.
A
2) Check the cable and wiring.
3) Data may be disrupted because of
B
noise. Fix noise.
required amount of time.
An error code was sent Solve the problem by examining the
to the link unit by the
CPU of the PLC.
CPU error code.
When sending a communication request to a
personal computer
If a simulator is not used, transfer the
I/F driver for PLC again.
(simulator), there is no
reply from a personal
computer.
* If the above error messages are displayed on the ZM-62E without establishing
communication between ZM-62E and PLC, test the solution of remark "A."
If the error occurs suddenly in communication, test the solution of remark "B."
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2 Errors Caused on the ZM-62E
System Error
When a system error is detected, the following error screen is displayed.
SYSTEM ERROR : 32
TEA : XXXXXXXX
R0 : XXXXXXXX
R4 : XXXXXXXX
R8 : XXXXXXXX
R12 : XXXXXXXX
EXPEVT : XXXXXXXX
R1 : XXXXXXXX
R5 : XXXXXXXX
R9 : XXXXXXXX
R13 : XXXXXXXX
SSR : XXXXXXXX
R2 : XXXXXXXX
R6 : XXXXXXXX
R10 : XXXXXXXX
R14 : XXXXXXXX
SPC : XXXXXXXX
R3 : XXXXXXXX
R7 : XXXXXXXX
R11 : XXXXXXXX
R15 : XXXXXXXX
POWER
RUN
Error : XX
1
11
30
31
32
33
34
35
: Watch dock timer error
: Switch table error
: Request for displaying full error
: Memory allocation system error
: General exceptions/MMU address system error
: RTOS system error
: Memory error
(when detecting an error by self-check of RAM)
: Inaccurate memory error
(when detecting an access to a memory of an inaccurate memory model,
e.g. PLC or internal memory etc.)
The source of the error could be one of the following three problems.
1) Program crash due to noise
2) Hardware problem
3) Bad program
Editing &
Converting
Screen
1. Screen Editing of ZM-62E
2. ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
3 Screen Editing of ZM-62E
1
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Screen Editing of ZM-62E
ZM-62E is developed as a higher-level model that replaces ZM-61E.
Concerning the items to be taken into consideration when converting the ZM61E data to ZM-62E screen data, refer to “2 ZM-61E --> ZM-62E Conversion.”
The following describes the procedure for newly creating the screens using ZM-62E.
Setting Procedure
A new ZM-62E screen will be created according to the following procedure.
1. Start ZM-71SE (Ver.1.3.0.0 or later), and click the [New] icon, or select [New] from the [File] menu.
Or
2. The [Edit Model] dialog is displayed.
Select [ZM-62E (640*400 8.9 model)], then click [OK].
3. The [Select PLC Type] dialog is displayed. Select a PLC model, then click [OK].
According to the selected PLC model, the [Comm. Parameter] dialog may be displayed. After checking the
setting, click [OK].
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3 Screen Editing of ZM-62E
4. The [Screen [0] Edit] window is displayed. Start screen editing.
Restrictions on Creating New Screens with ZM-62E
When creating a screen newly using ZM-62E, restrictions indicated below should be taken into consideration.
Screen memory
About 760k bytes (could increase according to the font to be used)
Expansion of memory size is not allowed.
Overlap size
Although up to 3 overlaps can be displayed simultaneously on a screen, data size for overlapping is
limited.
Total data size of overlaps is 256,000 bytes.
Example 1) Creating a single overlap
640
Overlap No. 0
640 x 400 = 256,000 <= 256,000
400
* Displaying other overlaps is not possible.
Example 2) Creating two overlaps
500
500 x 300 = 150,000
Overlap No. 0
250
300
Overlap
No. 1
250 x 400 = 100,000
150,000 + 100,000 = 250,000 <= 256,000
400
* Another overlap of up to 6,000-byte
size may be registered.
* When a total data size of overlaps displayed in one screen exceeds the limit indicated above, error message
“Data has some error Error:54” is displayed in ZM-62E and communication with a PLC is disabled. Always
observe the limit of the data size when creating overlaps.
<Example> Error : 54 (17 : 3)
Screen No.3 (a number within the item)
Screen (an item number)
Memory size of overlaps are too large.
3 Screen Editing of ZM-62E
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Display colors
ZM-62E has only two colors - black and orange yellow.
The relationship between the color setting at the editor and displayed color on ZM-62E is indicated in the
table below.
Software
setting
Hardware
ZM-62E
ZM-71SE
ZM-71SE
(Default)
Setting of [Display: Reversed image]
([Unit Setting] --> [Backlight])
Black Other than black
Black
Orange yellow
Black
Other than black
Orange yellow
Black
Create a screen taking the relationship above into consideration.
* It is possible to check the display image using the screen editor.
Select [Display Environment] from the [Display] menu.
In the [Display Environment] dialog, click the [Others] tab window.
Check the [Monochrome 8-grade Display] and click [OK].
Display colors on the screen are set as shown below with the setting above.
ZM-71SE
(Default)
[Display Environment]
ZM-71SE
Setting of [Display: Reversed image]
([Unit Setting] --> [Backlight])
Software
Hardware
[ Monochrome 8-grade Display]
Black Other than black
Black
Other than black
[ Monochrome 8-grade Display]
Black
White
Black
White
ZM-62E
Black
Orange yellow
Orange yellow
Black
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2
ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
CONSIDERATIONS ON HARDWARE
When you replace ZM-61E with ZM-62E, note the following points.
Item
Model
ZM-61E
ZM-62E
Effective display
area
8.9"
8.9"
Panel cutout
dimensions
277 W x192 H mm
277 W x192 H mm
Display device
ZM-61E : EL
High-intensity EL
Resolution for
touch switches
20 (horizontal) x 10
(vertical) switches
(Matrix type)
40 (horizontal) x 20
(vertical) switches
(Matrix type)
External I/O
terminals
With RUN, STOP and RUN, STOP and BZ
BZ terminals
terminals are not
available.
RS-422 terminal
Available
D-sub 15-pin connector (For direct
connection to
Mitsubishi A/Q/FX
CPU)
Not available
Countermeasures
None
Use terminal converter ZM-1TC.
Not available
Direct connection to
CPU is possible
using standard D-sub
25-pin connector
Screen data
transfer cable
Connected to D-sub
25-pin connector.
ZM-60C
Connected to modular jack. Accordingly,
the cable prepared
for ZM-61E cannot
be used.
Use screen data transfer cable
ZM-61E.
Printer port
Centronics 14-pin
connector Standard
printer cable for
PC-9801 is used.
Half-pitch 36-pin con- Use printer cable ZM-80PC.
nector Accordingly,
the printer cable prepared for ZM-61E can
not be used.
Barcode reader
connection
None
Connected to the
modular jack.
Use barcode reader cable
ZM-80BC.
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Item
Model
ZM-61E
ZM-62E
Memory card
function
Countermeasures
Use card recorder ZM-1REC.
Protective screen
filter
[0JUGSSHETZ61E]
[0JUGSSHETZ61E]
Water-proof
screen filter
[0JUWPSHETZ61E]
[0JUWPSHETZ61E]
(Complies with IP64)
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3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
CONSIDERATIONS ON SOFTWARE
Converting Procedure
1. Start ZM-71SE (Ver.1.3.0.0 or later), then click the [Open] icon, or select [Open] from the [File] menu.
Or
2. The [Open a screen data file] dialog is displayed.
Change the [Files of type] to [*.ZM].
3. The ZM-61E screen data files are displayed in this dialog.
Specify the ZM-61E screen data file to convert, and click [Open].
4. The [Edit Model] dialog is displayed.
Select [ZM-62E (640*400 8.9 model)], then click [OK].
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5. The screen edit window is displayed.
ZM-61E screen converted for ZM-62E is displayed.
Cautions on conversion
Conversion contents are largely classified into three categories when converting the ZM-61E screen data into
the data for ZM-62E.
ZM-61E compatible functions implemented by ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0
Data converted as ZM-61E compatible data
Functions that cannot be converted as ZM-61E compatible data (as of ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0)
Described below are cautionary items to be taken into consideration for each conversion content.
ZM-61E Compatible Functions Implemented by Ver. 1.3.0.0
With the introduction of ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0, several ZM-61E compatible functions are added. Conversion of
the items below, which could not be converted using the previous editor version, are now made possible.
Item
Model
ZM-61E
ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0 or later
Continuous buzzer The buzzer keeps sound- Possible
sound
ing while read area n, bit By checking [Use continuous buzzer sound] in the
10 is ON.
[Environment Setting] tab window of [Unit Setting]
Overlap bit
command
Overlap is displayed
while read area “n+1”, bit
12 is ON.
(The overlap is kept displayed even if the display
is changed.)
Possible
By checking [Display an overlap be level of ON bit] in the
[Environment Setting] tab window of [Unit Setting]
With check mark :
Without check mark :
Same operation as ZM-61E.
Bit 12 setting is recognized at the
signal edge.
(Even if the bit is set ON, the overlap is cleared when the
display is changed.)
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Item
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Model
Numerical data
display
ZM-61E
ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0 or later
In the case of overflow,
Possible
lower digits are displayed. By checking [Num. Display: displays the significant
figures when overflowing] in the [Environment Setting] tab
Example: D100 = D1234 window of [Unit Setting]
4-digit display: 1234
2-digit display: 34
With check mark : Same display mode as with ZM-61E.
Without check mark : Display is given in the manner
shown below.
4-digit display: 1234
2-digit display: --
Numerical data
display
In the setting of [Code:
BCD], display at the ZM61E is as shown below.
PLC side ZM-61E side
0 to 9
0 to 9
A
.
B
:
C
D
+
E
(space)
F
(space)
Possible
By checking [Num. Display: displays special characters instead of A to F in BCD] in the
[Environment Setting] tab window of [Unit Setting]
With check mark : Same display mode as with ZM-61E.
Without check mark : “A” - “F” are always displayed in “0.”
3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Item
Model
Character 1/
Character 2
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ZM-61E
ZM-71SE Ver. 1.3.0.0 or later
Usage differs between
Character 1 display and
Character 2 display.
Conversion is made in [Char. Display].
Compatibility to character display on ZM-61E is possible
by checking [JIS/ASCII] of the [Detail] tab window.
<Character 1 display>
• 1-byte characters and
2-byte characters are
distinguished.
• For 1-byte characters,
NULL code is processed as indicated below.
<Character 2 display: JIS/ASCII>
• Unlike ZM-61E, NULL code is processed as indicated
below.
D100 = H0041
D101 = H4443
A CD
H 41 00 43 44
A
H 41 00 43 44
D100 = H4200
D101 = H4443
Character-string following “00” is
not displayed.
BCD
H 00 42 43 44
• 2-byte characters are
displayed in JIS code.
Character-string following “00” is
not displayed.
H 00 42 43 44
• Compatible with JIS code
<Character 1 display: JIS/ASCII>
• In case of [ 1-byte]
Same display as ZM-61E
Same NULL code processing
• In case of [ 2-byte]
Display 2-byte characters in the same JIS code as
ZM-61E
Character entry
mode
Continuous entry of
characters is permitted
even after pressing the
[ENT] key.
Possible
By checking [Clear characters when cursor is on the
1st character in Entry Mode] in the [Environment Setting]
tab window of [Unit Setting]
Calendar display
Message representing
Possible
day of week is registered Calendar is converted as [Calendar parts] and the mesin message edit
sage in the message edit is automatically copied to and
registered in the [Week] tab window in the calendar parts.
Bar code reader
[Read Data] to be entered in the memory address set for [I/F
Memory] of [Bar Code
Setting] is “word units.”
Possible
By checking [Output the number of data read by a barcode reader by words] in the [Environment Setting] tab
window of [Unit Setting]
With check mark : Same display as ZM-61E.
Without check mark : To be output in byte units.
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3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Data converted as ZM-30 (ZM-61E) compatible data
There are notes on converting ZM-30 (ZM-61E) to ZM-42/43/52/72/82 in some functions that are possible in
ZM-71SE before adding ZM-62E to ZM-42/43/52/72/82 series line up.
Basically, these functions are automatically converted as ZM-30 (ZM-61E) compatible functions.
Item
Model
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
Read/Write Area
Background of
screen
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
Possible
[Main 1] tab window of [Comm. Parameter]
Check [Read/Write Area ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible].
• Screen with only background color
• Screen with only background graphics
• Screen with both background color and
graphics
--> Converted as unregistered screen
--> Converted as a screen with a graphic call
--> Converted as a screen with a background color and a
graphic call
Overlap
• Normal
--> An overlap is registered in the same number of a
No items are registered
multi-overlap edit as one of a screen in ZM-30
in a screen except an
(ZM-61E) automatically.
overlap in DIV0.
• Other items except an
--> An overlap is registered as a normal overlap in a
overlap are registered
screen.
in other DIV, or an
overlap is not registered
in DIV0.
Switch/Lamp
[Frame type: graphics]
Switch
[Switch Memory] of the
following [Function]:
[Normal]
[Block]
[+/- Block]
[Mode]
[Bit Operation]
--> Converted to [Output Memory].
• DIV0
• DIV1
• DIV2
• DIV3
--> Converted to [Relay Info. Output] as Write Area n+5.
--> Converted to [Relay Info. Output] as Write Area n+8.
--> Converted to [Relay Info. Output] as Write Area n+11.
--> Converted to [Relay Info. Output] as Write Area n+14.
Relay mode
Tenkey mode
[Graphic Call] is automatically set on the screen for
creating/editing switch/lamp parts.
Entry mode
• The contents of [Command Memory] are the same as
that of ZM-30 (ZM-61E).
• Write Area n+2 is automatically specified for [Info.
Output Memory].
• Characters in a keypad
[0] to [9] and [.] are converted to the drawing characters
on a screen.
[0] to [9] and [.] are also stored in [Char. Entry] in the
[Switch] dialog in 1-byte character.
The characters within the switch are placed off the
screen so that they do not cover the drawing characters.
3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Item
Model
Tenkey mode
ZM-30
(ZM-61E)
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ZM-** (ZM-62E)
[Type: Direct]
• [Type: Direct]
• For numerical displays on a screen, [Display Function: No] is set.
[Type:
Indirect]
• [Type: Data Display]
• [Target Memory: Output Memory]
• [Input Item Select: External]
• [ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible: (checked)]
When there is no overlap, "4" is set. When there is an overlap, the
DIV No. for the overlap of ZM-30 (ZM-61E) is set.
• For numerical displays on a screen, [Display Function: Entry
Target] is set. The number of [Order] is converted automatically as
shown below.
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
DIV No.
0
1
2
3
Data No.
0 to 31
0 to 31
0 to 31
0 to 31
Order
0 to 31
32 to 63
64 to 95
96 to 127
[Type: Block]
• [Type: Block]
• [Target Memory: Output Memory]
• [Input Item Select: Internal]
• [ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible] cannot be specified (but checked).
• The settings of tenkey blocks are set in DIV4 as settings for [Data
Block Area] mode.
[Data Block Area] mode
· [Division No: 4]
· [Command: Internal]
· [Initial Block/Min. Block: (Set the number of [Start].)]
· [Max. Block: (Set the number of [End].)]
· [Item Select: (unchecked)] (Set if necessary.)
· [ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible: (checked)]
[Type:
Block Direct]
• [Type: Block]
• [Target Memory: Direct]
• [Input Item Select: Internal]
• [ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible] cannot be specified (but checked).
• The settings of tenkey blocks are set in DIV4 as settings for [Data
Block Area] mode.
[Data Block Area] mode
· [Division No: 4]
· [Command: Internal (same as ZM-30 (ZM-61E)]
* When [Command: External] is set, the address of [Block No. Read Mem.]
is the same as of [Command Memory] in [Entry] mode.
· [Item Select: (checked)]
* Specify the same number as [Command Memory] n+1 and choose [2]
words.
· [ZM-30 (ZM-61E) Compatible: (checked)]
[Type: Multi]
• [Type], [Target Memory], [Input Item Select] and [ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
Compatible] are set same as that in case of [Type: Block Direct].
• The settings of tenkey blocks are the same as that of [Data Block
Area] mode in case of [Type: Block Direct].
* When [Command: External] is set, the address of [Block No. Read Mem.]
is the same as of [Command Memory] in [Entry] mode. When the overlap
containing the keypad is stored in another screen (= multi-overlap is
used), [Block No. Read Mem.] is temporarily set in [$u4000]. Be sure to
change it from [$u4000] to the address of [Command Memory].
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Item
3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Model
ZM-30
(ZM-61E)
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
Character Entry
mode
Entry mode
• [Type: Data Display]
• [Command Memory: (same as [Memory] in ZM-30 (ZM-61E)]
• [Info. Output Memory: (converted to Write Area n+2)]
• [Target Memory: Direct]
• [Input Item Select: Internal]
• [Detail] tab window
[Use Graphic]
• For character displays on a screen, [Display Function: Entry Target] is set.
Statistics graph
mode
• The DIV No is converted as follows.
• For [Result Display: checked], the numerical display [Display Function:
No] is set in the same DIV No. as that of a statistics graph. [Memory] of
each numerical display is the same as [Memory] of the graph.
• For [% Display: checked], the numerical display [Display Function: Display
Statistics Graph %] is set in the same DIV No. as that of a statistics graph.
Incompatible Functions after Conversion
There are functions for which compatibility with ZM-30 (ZM-61E) cannot be maintained after converting to
ZM-** (ZM-62E).
The following describes these functions
Item
Model
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
General-purpose
serial communication
General-purpose serial
communication protocol,
special to ZM-30
(ZM-61E), is used.
Impossible
Since the general-purpose communication protocol,
special to ZM-** (ZM-62E) series, is used, the protocol
is not compatible.
Communication
parameter
Baud rate
1200 and 2400 bps are
available.
Impossible
Both baud rates are automatically converted to 4800 bps.
Display characters Characters to be display- When an even value is set for “Enlarge X/Y,” such
ed are not influenced by characters are automatically displayed in 32-dot font.
“Enlarge X/Y” setting.
Accordingly, displayed image will somewhat differs from
the characters displayed at ZM-30 (ZM-61E).
Overlap
[Type: Multi]
Memory “n”:
Indicates the screen No.
where the displayed
overlap is registered.
Memory “n”:
The number in the [multi-overlap] in which the displayed
overlap is registered.
When the overlap is
cleared, the screen No.
entered last remains in
memory “n.”
When the overlap is cleared “-1” (= HFFFF) is set in
memory “n.”
Character-string of Character-strings are
switch/memory
created in graphics.
Character-strings are converted as graphics.
They are not converted as character-strings in the
[Switch] (or [Lamp]) dialog.
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Item
Model
ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
Numeric key mode Memory “n”:
[Type: Direct
Clear (bit 15)
Command]
The write flag and displayed value of numeric
data entry are cleared at
the timing this bit is
turned ON (0 --> 1).
Memory “n” = H0084
(DEC/4-digit designation)
0
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Input mode [Command Memory]: n
Clear (bit 15)
When this bit is turned ON, the write flag is cleared, and
the display of entered data itself is also cleared.
Entry is enabled when data type and the digit number,
etc. are designated after turning OFF the clear bit (bit 15).
Memory “n” = H0084 (DEC/4-digit designation) --> Entry of numeric data
5130
0
5130
Entry of
numeric data
Memory “n” = H8084
(Clear: DEC/4-digit designation)
Memory “n” = H8084 (Clear and type designation) --> Memory “n” = H0084
0
0
Numeric key mode Memory “n”:
[Type: Block Entry]
Clear (bit 15)
After the entry of numeric
data using the numeric
keypad, the keys are
completely disabled.
At the leading edge (0
--> 1) of bit 15, the write
flag using the numeric
keypad is cleared and
the keypad disabled state
is canceled.
Input mode [Command Memory]: n
Clear (bit 15)
After the entry of numeric data using the numeric keypad,
entry for the same data item is not allowed. However,
since the clear (CL) key is valid, the numeric keypad is
enabled by pressing the clear key.
In addition, since the [UP] and [DW] keys are always
valid, entry using the numeric keypad is accepted after
moving the cursor to the next data entry objective data
item.
To enter the data for the same data item continuously,
this bit is valid
All switches are disabled.
(until the clear bit is set ON.)
Entered value
0
0
Trend graph
Only these keys are valid.
5130
7
8
9
4
5
6
Entered value
0
0
0.0
1
2
3
CLR
0.0
0.00
0
.
+/-
ENT
0.00
Control Memory
Memory “n” specified by
each [0 to 15 tab
windows] (“n” exists by
the number of display
counts)
Graph value memory
Memory “n” (specified by
each [0 to 15 tab
windows]) + 1
Sampling
During scrolling in the
(Bit / Data / Trend) sampling data area using
the [Roll Up]/[Roll Down]
/[Plus Block]/[Minus
Block] switch, nothing is
displayed in the display
area.
5130
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
CLR
0
.
+/-
ENT
Control Memory
Only “memory n” specified by No. 0 of graph at ZM-30
(ZM-61E)
(All graph broken lines are controlled by memory “n”)
* It is not possible to gain the totally identical control as ZM-30
(ZM-61E).
Graph value memory
Memory “n” (specified by each [0 to 15 tab windows]) + 1
During scrolling in the sampling data area using the [Roll
Up]/[Roll Down]/[Plus Block]/[Minus Block] switch, the
cursor is displayed and the data currently selected can be
recognized.
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3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Model
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
Item
Sampling
(Trend)
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
Count value is displayed
only at ZM.
Numeric values [Display Function: Sample Count Display],
[Digits: 3] and [Char. Type: 1/4] are set at the lower left
area of the graph.
Count of the zero position
is displayed at the lower The current count is displayed.
left area of the graph.
Sampling
(bit)
A space of 1-byte chara- A space of four 1-byte character size is provided between
cter size is provided
the display in the area and the message.
between the display in the
area and the message.
Memory card
mode
Card No.
/Card name
/File name
/Record name edit
Edited and entered No./
name are once stored in
the PLC memory.
Card No.
/Card name
/File name
/Record name edit
Impossible
Since No./name is directly written in the memory card,
nothing is stored in the PLC memory.
Switch [Action]
• [File Select]
• [Record Select]
• [Selection Complete]
Switch [Function]
-> [File Select]
-> [Record Select]
-> (None)
To select a file/record in
the card, follow either of
the procedures below.
[File Select] -> (1)
[Selection Complete] ->
(2) [Selection Complete],
or [Record Select] ->
[Selection Complete]
To select a file/record in the card, follow either of the
procedures below.
[File Select] -> (1)(2) (Press the display area)
[File Select] -> [Record Select] -> (Press the display area)
Card No. 0
File No.
Rec Select
Card No. 0
File No. 3
Card No. 0
Card Name Hak File Name TU-008
Card Name Hak File Name
File Select
The operation “press the display area” is used instead of
pressing the [Selection Complete] at ZM-30 (ZM-61E).
0. Produce
1. Target
2. SR-003
3. TU-008
File Select
Rec Select
Sel Finish
Sel Finish
File No.
File Select
Card Name Hak File Name TU-008
0. Produce
1. Target
2. SR-003
3. TU-008
0. TUA
1. TUB
2. TUC
3. TUD
4. TUE
5. TUF
6. TUG
File Select
Rec Select
Rec Select
Switch [Action]
• [File Name Edit]
• [Record Name Edit]
File No. 3
Card No. 0
Card Name Hak File Name
0. TUA
1. TUB
2. TUC
3. TUD
4. TUE
5. TUF
6. TUG
Switch [Function]
-> [File Name Edit]
-> [Record Name Edit]
Press [File Name Edit] or Select a file or a record after turning ON the [File Name
[Record Name Edit] after Edit] or [Record Name Edit] switch, and the multi-overlap
selecting a file or a refor which the entry mode is set is displayed.
cord, and the multi-overlap for which the character entry mode is set is
displayed.
Blinking
Record No. 0
Record No. 0
Record Name TUA
Record Name TUA
0. TUA
1. TUB
2. TUC
3. TUD
4. TUE
5. TUF
6. TUG
File Name Edit
Rec Name Edit
0. TUA
1. TUB
2. TUC
3. TUD
4. TUE
5. TUF
6. TUG
Record Name
A
B
C
D
G
H
File Name Edit
E
TUA
F
Rec Name Edit
CR
Record Select
Rec Name Edit
0. Produce
1. Target
2. SR-003
Record Select
Rec Name Edit
0. TUA
1. TUB
2. TUC
Record Name
TUA
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
CR
3 ZM-61E -> ZM-62E Conversion
Model
Item
Editing No./name
in the memory
card mode
ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
ZM-** (ZM-62E)
• Multi-overlap is always
used.
• Editing is impossible
unless [Memory] bit 12
of the numeric keypad
entry mode/character
entry mode for No./
editing is set ON.
• An overlap is deleted
when the [ENT] key is
pressed and the card
No. or the card name
/file name/record name
is entered
In the state after conversion, converted data cannot be
used as it is.
Screen No. 20: ZM-30 (ZM-61E)
Record Name
ABC
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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Take the following into consideration.
1) In the state the normal overlap for [Type: Multi] is registered in the screen, the overlap is transferred to the
same area of the screen No. of [multi-overlap edit].
2) The entry mode on the overlap is always changed to
[Type: Memory Card].
3) [Num. Display] parts or [Char. Display] parts of
[Display Function: Entry display] are always set in the
same DIV as the entry mode on the overlap.
4) If [Data Block Area] is set on the overlap, it is deleted
since it is unnecessary.
5) Name display parts are automatically converted in
[Bytes: 3]. Therefore, setting should be changed if
necessary.
The memory card mode operates normally by the setting
indicated above.
CR
* [Command Memory] operation in the [Entry] mode is
not necessary.
For the screen on ZM-30 (ZM-61E), where nothing is
registered other than the normal overlap.
1)
At ZM-** (ZM-62E), the normal overlap is
automatically registered in the same number
as multi-overlap edit.
Record Name
ABC
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
3)
Display function: Entry Target
Display Function: Entry Display
5) For checking [Bytes]
File No.
1
Record No. 1
File Name
ABC
Record Name ABC
File Select
File Name Edit
Record Select
Rec Name Edit
CR
2) Entry mode
[Type: Data Display (or Block)]
[Type: Memory Card]
Screen No. 19: ZM-** (ZM-62E)
Multi-overlap edit No. 20: ZM-** (ZM-62E)
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