Mitsubishi FX2N User`s manual

USER’S MANUAL
FX2N-8AD Analog input block
FX2N-8AD Analog input block
Foreword
•
This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation
and operation of the FX2N-8AD Analog input block. It should be read and understood before attempting to
install or use the unit.
•
Further information can be found in the FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC Series Hardware Manual for
connecting main unit, and the FX Series Programming Manual(ΙΙ).
•
If in doubt at any stage of the installation of FX2N-8AD Analog input block always consult a professional
electrical engineer who is qualified and trained to the local and national standards that applies to the
installation site.
•
If in doubt about the operation or use of FX2N-8AD Analog input block please consult the nearest Mitsubishi
Electric distributor.
•
This manual is subject to change without notice.
FX2N-8AD Analog input block
FX2N-8AD Analog input block
USER’S MANUAL
Manual number : JY992D86001
Manual revision : F
Date
: September 2008
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may
occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
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Guidelines for the Safety of the User and Protection of the FX2N-8AD Analog
input block.
This manual provides information for the use of the FX2N-8AD Analog input block. The manual
has been written to be used by trained and competent personnel. The definition of such a
person or persons is as follows:
a) Any engineer who is responsible for the planning, design and construction of automatic
equipment using the product associated with this manual, should be of a competent
nature, trained and qualified to the local and national standards required to fulfill that
role. These engineers should be fully aware of all aspects of safety with regards to
automated equipment.
b) Any commissioning or service engineer must be of a competent nature, trained and
qualified to the local and national standards required to fulfill that job. These engineers
should also be trained in the use and maintenance of the completed product. This
includes being completely familiar with all associated documentation for said product. All
maintenance should be carried out in accordance with established safety practices.
c) All operators of the completed equipment (see Note) should be trained to use this
product in a safe manner in compliance to established safety practices. The operators
should also be familiar with documentation which is associated with the actual operation
of the completed equipment.
Note : The term ‘completed equipment’ refers to a third party constructed device which
contains or uses the product associated with this manual.
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Notes on the Symbols Used in this Manual
At various times throughout this manual certain symbols will be used to highlight points which
are intended to ensure the users personal safety and protect the integrity of equipment.
Whenever any of the following symbols are encountered its associated note must be read and
understood. Each of the symbols used will now be listed with a brief description of its meaning.
Hardware Warnings
1) Indicates that the identified danger WILL cause physical and property damage.
2) Indicates that the identified danger could POSSIBLY cause physical and property
damage.
3) Indicates a point of further interest or further explanation.
Software Warnings
4) Indicates special care must be taken when using this element of software.
5) Indicates a special point which the user of the associate software element should
be aware.
6) Indicates a point of interest or further explanation.
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• Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi Electric be liable responsible for any consequential
damage that may arise as a result of the installation or use of this equipment.
• All examples and diagrams shown in this manual are intended only as an aid to understanding
the text, not to guarantee operation. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no responsibility for actual
use of the product based on these illustrative examples.
• Please contact a Mitsubishi Electric distributor for more information concerning applications
in life critical situations or high reliability.
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Contents.
Guideline............................................................................................................................iii
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Introduction .........................................................................................1-1
External Dimensions ...........................................................................2-1
Part Name ...........................................................................................3-1
Installation ...........................................................................................4-1
Connection to PLC ..............................................................................5-1
Wiring ..................................................................................................6-1
6.1
Caution............................................................................................................. 6-1
7. Specifications ......................................................................................7-1
8. Buffer Memory (BFM).........................................................................8-1
8.1
8.2
Buffer Memories (BFM) lists ............................................................................ 8-3
Details of buffer memories ............................................................................. 8-13
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.2.4
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.7
8.2.8
8.2.9
8.2.10
8.2.11
8.2.12
8.2.13
BFM #0, #1: Specifies input mode. ................................................................... 8-13
BFM #2 to BFM #9: Number of times of averaging ........................................... 8-15
BFM #10 to BFM #17: Channel data................................................................. 8-17
BMF #19: Disables setting change.................................................................... 8-17
BFM #20: Initializes functions............................................................................ 8-17
BFM #21: Writes I/O characteristics.................................................................. 8-18
BFM #22: Sets convenient functions................................................................. 8-19
BFM #24: Specifies high-speed conversion channel ........................................ 8-20
BFM #26: Upper/lower limit value error status .................................................. 8-21
BFM #27: A/D data sudden change detection status ........................................ 8-22
BFM #28: Scale over status .............................................................................. 8-23
BFM #29: Error status ....................................................................................... 8-25
BFM #30: Model code ....................................................................................... 8-26
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8.2.14
8.2.15
8.2.16
8.2.17
8.2.18
8.2.19
8.2.20
8.2.21
8.2.22
8.2.23
8.2.24
8.2.25
Contents.
BFM #32: Operating time .................................................................................. 8-26
BFM#33 disconnection detection (Only goods: since V1.10)............................ 8-27
BFM #41 to BFM #48: Offset data
BFM #51 to BFM #58: Gain data....................................................................... 8-28
BFM #61 to BFM #68: Addition data ................................................................. 8-30
BFM #71 to BFM #78: Lower limit, error set value
BFM #81 to BFM #88: Upper limit, error set value ............................................ 8-31
BFM #91 to BFM #98: Sudden change detection set value .............................. 8-33
BFM #99: Clears upper/lower limit value error and sudden change
detection error ................................................................................................... 8-35
BFM #101 to BFM #108: Peak value (minimum value)
BFM #111 to BFM #118: Peak value (maximum value).................................... 8-36
BFM #109: Peak value reset flag (minimum value)
BFM #119: Peak value reset flag (maximum value).......................................... 8-37
BFM #198: Data history sampling time ............................................................. 8-38
BFM #199: Resets or stops data history ........................................................... 8-40
BFM #200 to BFM #3399: Data history ............................................................. 8-41
9. Adjustment of I/O Characteristics........................................................9-1
9.1
9.2
Standard I/O characteristics............................................................................. 9-2
Adjustment of I/O characteristics ..................................................................... 9-7
10. Example program..............................................................................10-1
Appendix A
Associated Manuals List........................................................................... A-1
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1.
Introduction 1
Introduction
The FX2N-8AD analog input block (hereafter referred to as "FX2N-8AD") converts 8 points of
analog input values (voltage input, current input and temperature input) into digital values, and
transfers them to the PLC main unit.
The FX2N-8AD can be connected to FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC Series PLC.
1) Analog inputs can be selected from the voltage input, the current input and the thermocouple
input (temperature input) by the input mode setting by the TO instruction given by the PLC
main unit and the connection method.
At this time, a different analog input can be selected for each channel.
2) The voltage input can be selected within the range from -10 to +10 V. The current input can
be selected within the range from -20 to +20 mA and from +4 to +20 mA. The input
characteristics can be adjusted for each channel (except while the analog value direct
display is used).
The thermocouple input can be selected among the K type, J type and T type. (The input
characteristics cannot be adjusted when the thermocouple input is used.)
3) The resolution is 0.63 mV (20 V × 1/32,000) or 2.50 mV (20 V × 1/8,000) when the voltage
input is used, 2.50 µA (40 mA × 1/16,000) or 5.00 µA (40 mA × 1/8,000) when the current
input is used, and 0.1 °C when the thermocouple input is used.
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4) Up to two FX2N-8AD units can be connected to FX0N main unit, FX0N extension unit, FX1N
main unit.
Up to eight FX2N-8AD units can be connected to the FX2N/FX3U/FX3UC*1 Series PLC.
Up to four FX2N-8AD units can be connected to the FX2NC Series PLC.
(For connection to the FX2NC Series PLC, FX2NC-CNV-IF is required.)
(For connection to the FX3UC Series PLC, FX3UC-1PS-5V or FX2NC-CNV-IF is required.)
Data transfer with the PLC is performed to buffer memories of the FX2N-8AD by FROM/TO
instructions.
*1 Up to seven FX2N-8AD units can be connected to the FX3UC-32MT-LT PLC.
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External Dimensions
7.5(0.30)
Figure 2.1: External Dimensions
V2+
I2+
I3+
COM1
COM3
V3+
I4+
COM4
COM2
V4+
FX2N-8AD
POWER
24V
V6+
V5+
I6+
I5+
I8+
COM6
V8+
COM8
V7+
I7+
COM7
COM5
67(2.64)
(installation dimension)
105(4.13)
24-
7.5(0.30)
I1+
V1+
24+
98(3.86)
(installation dimension)
75(2.95)
8(0.31)
90(3.54)
2.
External Dimensions 2
75(2.95)
8(0.31)
Dimensions: mm(inch)
Mass(Weight): 0.3 kg(0.66 lbs)
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3.
Part Name 3
Part Name
Figure 3.1: Part name
Installation hole (screw M4)
Table 3.1: Status indicator LED
Status indicator LED
Extension
cable
V1+
24+
24-
I1+
V2+
I2+
V3+
I3+
COM1
COM3
V4+
I4+
COM4
COM2
Extension
connector
FX 2N-8AD
Indication
Description
POWER
Lit while 5 V power is normally
supplied from PLC.
24 V
Lit while 24 V power is normally
supplied to “24+” and “24-”
terminals of FX2N-8AD.V
POWER
24V
V6+
V5+
I6+
I5+
I8+
COM6
COM8
V8+
V7+
I7+
COM7
COM5
M3.5
(terminal screw)
Hook for DIN rail
Terminal arrangement
24+
V1+ I1+ COM1 V3+ I3+ COM3
24- V2+ I2+ COM2 V4+ I4+ COM4
• For wiring, refer to Section 6.
• Never perform wiring to
•
terminals.
V6+ I6+ COM6 V8+ I8+ COM8
V5+ I5+ COM5 V7+ I7+ COM7
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Part Name 3
MEMO
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4.
Installation 4
Installation
Install the FX2N-8AD to the right side of a main unit, extension unit, extension block or special
block of the FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC Series PLC.
The FX 2N-8AD can be installed with a DIN rail (DIN46277 of 35 mm in width) or directly
installed with screws M4. For the details, refer to the handy manual supplied together with the
PLC main unit.)
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Installation 4
Figure 4.1: Installation with DIN rail
V1+
24-
24+
I1+
V2+
I2+
• The FX2N-8AD can be installed on a DIN rail
(DIN46277) of 35 mm in width as it is. For
removal, pull down on the DIN rail mounting
hook, then remove the FX2N-8AD.
COM1
COM3
V3+
I3+
COM2
I4+
COM4
V4+
FX2N-8AD
POWER
24V
V6+
V5+
I6+
I5+
I8+
V8+
COM8
COM6
V7+
COM5
COM7
I7+
Hook for DIN rail
Figure 4.2: Direct installation
98(3.86)
Installation
screw M4
• The FX2N-8AD can be installed directly by
inserting screws (M4) into installation holes.
For the pitch and the position of installation
holes, refer to the figure on the left.
67(2.64)
Dimensions: mm(inch)
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5.
Connection to PLC 5
Connection to PLC
Connect the FX2N-8AD to the right side of a main unit, extension unit or extension block of
FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC Series PLC with an extension cable.
For connection to a main unit or extension block of the FX2NC Series PLC, FX2NC-CNV-IF is
required.
For connection to a main unit or extension block of the FX3UC Series PLC, FX3UC-1PS-5V or
FX2NC-CNV-IF is required.
Please check power supply availability to determine the number of FX2N-8AD blocks that can
be connected to the FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC PLCs.
A unit No. 0 to 7 is automatically assigned to each special unit or special block connected to a
PLC main unit from the one nearest to the main unit.*1
The data is read from and written to the FX2N-8AD by FROM/TO instructions given by the main
unit.
*1 Because the unit No.0 is assigned to the built-in CC-Link/LT master in the FX3UC-32MT-LT,
unit numbers assigned to special extension units/blocks begins with No.1.
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6.
Wiring
6.1
Caution
Wiring 6
1) Do not lay signal cable near to high voltage power cable or house them in the same trunking
duct. Effects of noise or surge induction may occur. Keep signal cables a safe distance of
more than 100 mm (3.94") from these power cables.
2) The terminal screws of the FX2N-8AD are M3.5 (0.14"), therefore crimp style terminals (see
drawing) suitable for use with these screws should be fitted to the cable for wiring.
Figure 6.1: Crimp Terminals
6.8 mm (0.27" )
or less
For M3.5 (0.14")
For M3.5 (0.14")
6.8 mm (0.27")
or less
3) The terminal tightening torque is 0.5 to 0.8 Nxm. Tighten securely to avoid malfunction.
4) Cut off all phases of power source before installation or performing wiring work in order to
avoid electric shock or damage of product.
5) Replace the provided terminal cover before supplying power and operating the unit after
installation or wiring work in order to avoid electric shock.
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Wiring 6
Figure 6.2: Wiring
FX2N-8AD
*6
Thermocouple
(K, J or T type)
5.8kΩ
V3+
250Ω
I3+
COM3
*1 Shielded cable
Current input
200kΩ
*3
V2+
5.8kΩ
250Ω
I2+
COM2
Voltage input
V1+
*2
200kΩ
COM1
CH2
5.8kΩ
250Ω
I1+
CH3
200kΩ
CH1
AG
+15V
*5
DC24V
24+
24-
DC/DC
converter
*4 Connected to
terminal
of PLC main unit
AG
-15V
Class D grounding
Note: Use solderless terminals of the following size (M3.5).
Tighten them securely at the tightening torque of 0.5 to 0.8 N•m.
Figure 6.3: Crimp Terminals
6.8 mm (0.27" )
or less
For M3.5 (0.14")
For M3.5 (0.14")
6.8 mm (0.27")
or less
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Wiring 6
*1 Use a two-core, twisted, shielded cable for the analog input line, and separate it from
other power lines or a lines easily induced.
*2 If there is voltage ripple in the input or there is noise in the external wiring, connect a
capacitor of approximately 0.1 to 0.47 µF, 25 V.
*3 For the current input, make sure to short-circuit the “VO+” terminal and the “IO+” terminal
(O: input channel No.).
*4 Make sure to connect the
terminal to the
terminal of the PLC main unit to
which Class D grounding (100 Ω or less) is performed.
*5 The 24 V DC service power supply of the PLC is also available.
*6 Use an isolated type thermocouple.
- When using the thermocouple input, use compensating conductors suitable to the
thermocouple.
- Never perform wiring to
•
terminals.
- For the terminal arrangement, refer to Section 3.
*Compensating Lead Wire
To a wire resistance 10(Ω), Compensating Lead Wire gives approx. 0.12C° higher than
the actual temperature.
For accurate measuring, minus this temperature difference off from the measured value.
Check the wire resistance of Compensating Lead Wire before use.
A long Compensating Lead Wire is highly susceptible to Noise. Check that the Compensating Lead Wire is shorter than 100m.
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Wiring 6
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7.
Specifications 7
Specifications
Table 7.1: General specifications
Item
Specifications
Ambient temperature
0 to +55 °C during operation, -20 to +70 °C during storage
range
Ambient humidity
35 to 85 % RH during operation (Dew condensation shall not be allowed.)
Vibration resistance
Frequency 10 to 57 Hz, half amplitude 0.075 mm, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration 9.8
m/s2, 10 times in each of X, Y and Z directions (80 min. in each direction)
(For product installed with DIN rail: Frequency 10 to 57 Hz, half amplitude 0.035
mm, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration 4.9 m/s2)
Impact resistance
147 m/s2 for 11 ms, 3 times in each of X, Y and Z directions with half-sine pulses
Noise resistance
By noise simulator of noise voltage 1,000 Vp-p, noise width 1 µs and frequency
30 to 100 Hz
Withstand voltage
500 V AC for 1 min
(between analog input terminal and each terminal of PLC main unit)
Insulation resistance 5 MΩ or more by 500 V DC Megger (between all terminals as a whole and case)
Operating
atmosphere
Corrosive gas and much dusts shall not be detected.
Working altitude
<2000m*1
*1 If the pressure is higher than the atmospheric pressure, do not use FX2N-8AD.
Malfunctions may occur.
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Table 7.2: Power supply specifications
Item
Specifications
Interface driving
power supply
24 V DC±10%, 80 mA (maximum), supplied via terminal from outside
CPU driving power
supply
5 V DC, 50 mA, supplied via extension cable from PLC main unit
Table 7.3: Performance specifications
Item
Specifications
Conversion speed
• When only voltage input and current input are used
500 µs x Number of used channels
• When thermocouple input is used for 1 or more channels
Channel for voltage/current input: 1 ms x Number of used channels
Channel for thermocouple input: 40 ms x Number of used channels
(Number of used channels indicates number of all channels used for voltage
input, current input or thermocouple input.)
Insulation method
Photocoupler insulates analog input area from PLC.
DC/DC converter insulates power supply from analog I/O.
Channels are not insulated each other.
Number of occupied
8 points (including input points and output points)
I/O points
Applicable PLC
FX0N/FX1N/FX2N/FX2NC/FX3U/FX3UC Series PLC
(For connection to FX2NC Series PLC, FX2NC-CNV-IF is required.)
(For connection to FX3UC Series PLC, FX3UC-1PS-5V or FX2NC-CNV-IF is required.)
Built-in memory
EEPROM
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Table 7.4: Voltage/current input specifications
Item
Voltage input
Current input
Analog input range
-10 to +10 V DC
(input resistance: 200 kΩ)
Adjustment is enabled in following condition:
Offset value: -10 to +9 V
Gain value: 10 V or less
"Gain - Offset": > 1 V
(Resolution is constant.)
However, change is disabled while analog
value direct display is used.
Maximum absolute input: ±15 V
-20 to +20 mA DC, +4 to +20 mA DC
(input resistance: 250 Ω)
Adjustment is enabled in following condition:
Offset value: -20 to +17 mA
Gain value: 30 mA or less
"Gain - Offset": > 3 mA
(Resolution is constant.)
However, change is disabled while analog
value direct display is used.
Maximum absolute input: ±30 mA
Digital output
Signed 16-bit binary
Signed 16-bit binary
• 2.50 µA (40 mA × 1/16,000)
during input of -20 to +20 mA
• 5.00 µA (40 mA × 1/8,000)
during input of -20 to +20 mA
• 2.00 µA (16 mA × 1/8,000)
during input of +4 to +20 mA
• 4.00 µA (16 mA × 1/4,000)
during input of +4 to +20 mA
Resolution
• 0.63 mV (20 V × 1/32000)
• 2.5mV (20 V × 1/8000)
Total accuracy
Ambient temperature: 25 °C ± 5 °C
±0.3% (±120 µA) against full scale 40 mA
Ambient temperature: 25 °C ± 5 °C
+4 to +20mA input is same (±120 µA)
±0.3% (±60 mV) against full scale 20 V
Ambient temperature: 0 to +55 °C
Ambient temperature: 0 to +55 °C
±0.5% (±100 mV) against full scale 20 V ±0.5% (±200 µA) against full scale 40 mA
+4 to +20mA input is same (±200 µA)
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Table 7.5: Thermocouple input specifications (JIS C 1602-1995)
Item
K type thermocouple
J type thermocouple
T type thermocouple
Analog input range
-100 to 1200 °C
-148 to 2192 °F
-100 to 600 °C
-148 to 1112 °F
-100 to 350 °C
-148 to 662 °F
Digital output
Signed 16-bit binary
Signed 16-bit binary
Signed 16-bit binary
Resolution
0.1 °C or 0.1 °F
0.1 °C or 0.1 °F
0.1 °C or 0.1 °F
Total
accuracy
Ambient temperature: 0 to 55 °C
Less than ± 1 % Against full scale (-100 °C to 1200 °C / -148 °F to 2192 °F)
However, 0 °C to 1000 °C / 32 °F to 1832 °F of K type and 25 °C to 600 °C /
V1.10
77 °F to 600 °F of J type are 0.5 %.
V1.10
or more
Ambient temperature: 0 to 55 °C
± 0.5% against a full scale.
± 6.5°C / ± 11.7 °F when it uses K type
± 3.5°C / ± 6.3 °F when it uses J type
Ambient temperature:
0 to 55 °C
± 0.7%
(± 3.15°C / ± 5.67 °F)
against a full scale.
• For the I/O characteristics of the voltage/current/thermocouple input, refer to Section 9.
• FX2N-8AD is from production goods (SERIAL 0Z****) to V1.10 in December, 2000.
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Buffer Memory (BFM)
Caution
1) Do not access the buffer memory of “Reserved” (BFM #18, #23, #25, #31, #33 to #40,
#49 to 50, #59, #60, #69, #70, #79, #80, #89, #90, #99, #100, #120 to #197) by the
FROM/TO instruction. There is a possibility to cause abnormal operation of the FX2N8AD if accessing these buffer memories.
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Data transfer between the FX 2N -8AD and the PLC main unit is performed through buffer
memories (hereafter referred to as "BFM") of the FX2N-8AD.
Each BFM consists of 1 word, 16 bits. The BFM No. 0 to 3399 and a function are assigned to
each BFM.
Use FROM/TO instructions to read and write the data between the BFM and the PLC.
When the power is turned on from off, the initial value is written to each BFM. When you would
like to use different contents of the BFM, create a program for the PLC so that the desired
contents are written to the BFM every time the power of the PLC is turned on.
(The contents stored in BFM #0, #1, #19, #22, #24, #41 to #48 and #51 to #58 are stored in the
built-in EEPROM, and held against power failure.)
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Buffer Memories (BFM) lists
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#0
Specifies input mode of CH1 to CH4.
{
H0000 at shipment
#1
Specifies input mode of CH5 to CH8.
{
H0000 at shipment
#2
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#3
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#4
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#5
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#6
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#7
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#8
Number of times of averaging of CH1 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#9
Number of times of averaging of CH8 Setting range: 1 to 4,095 times
⎯
1
#10
CH1 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#11
CH2 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#12
CH3 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#13
CH4 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#14
CH5 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#15
CH6 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#16
CH7 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
#17
CH8 data (immediate data or average data)
⎯
⎯
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#18
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#19
Disables setting change of I/O characteristics
(BFM #0, BFM #1, BFM #21) and convenient functions (BFM #22).
Disables change.: K2, Enables change.: K1
{
K1 at shipment
#20
Initializes functions.
(Initializes functions at K1, then returns automatically to K0 after
initialization is completed.)
⎯
K0
#21
Writes I/O characteristics. (Returns automatically to K0 after write of
offset/gain value is finished.)
⎯
K0
#22
Sets convenient functions (data addition, upper/lower limit value
detection, sudden change detection and peak value hold).
{
K1 at shipment
#23
Reserved
⎯
K0
#24
Specifies high-speed conversion channel.Setting range: K0 to K8
{
K1 at shipment
#25
Reserved
⎯
K0
#26
Upper/lower limit value error status (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
K0
#27
A/D data sudden change detection status
(valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
K0
#28
Scale over status and disconnection detection
⎯
K0
#29
Error status
⎯
K0
#30
Model code (K2050)
⎯
K2050
#31
Reserved
⎯
⎯
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#32
Operating time 0 to 64,800 (s)
After that, 64,800 is kept.
Measurement starts when power is turned on, and measured value
is reset when power is turned off.
⎯
K0
#33
Thermo-couple disconnection detection(V1.10 or higher.)
It executes the disconnection detection with K1.
It automatically returns to K0 after it completes it.
⎯
K0
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#41
CH1 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#42
CH2 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#43
CH3 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#44
CH4 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#45
CH5 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#46
CH6 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#47
CH7 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
#48
CH8 offset data (mV or µA)
{
K0 at shipment
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#51
CH1 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#52
CH2 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
Description
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#53
CH3 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#54
CH4 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#55
CH5 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#56
CH6 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#57
CH7 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#58
CH8 gain data (mV or µA)
{
K5000 at shipment
#59
#60
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#61
CH1 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#62
CH2 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#63
CH3 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#64
CH4 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#65
CH5 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#66
CH6 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
#67
CH7 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#68
CH8 addition data Setting range: -16,000 to +16,000
(valid while BFM #22 b0 is ON)
⎯
K0
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#71
CH1 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#72
CH2 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#73
CH3 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#74
CH4 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#75
CH5 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#76
CH6 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#77
CH7 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
#78
CH8 lower limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Minimum digital value
inside input range
Reserved
⎯
⎯
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#81
CH1 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#82
CH2 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#83
CH3 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#84
CH4 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#85
CH5 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#86
CH6 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#87
CH7 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
#88
CH8 upper limit value error set value (valid while BFM #22 b1 is ON)
⎯
Maximum digital value
inside input range
Reserved
⎯
⎯
#91
CH1 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#92
CH2 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
•
•
•
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#93
CH3 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#94
CH4 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#95
CH5 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#96
CH6 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#97
CH7 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#98
CH8 sudden change detection set value
Setting range: 1 to 50% of full scale (valid while BFM #22 b2 is ON)
⎯
5% of full scale
#99
Clearness of upper and lower limit value error and sudden
change detection error
⎯
K0
Reserved
⎯
⎯
•
•
•
#101 CH1 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#102 CH2 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#103 CH3 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#104 CH4 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#105 CH5 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#106 CH6 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
Refer to 8.2.21.
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
#107 CH7 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#108 CH8 peak value (minimum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#109 Peak value (minimum value) reset flag
⎯
#110 Unusable
⎯
#111 CH1 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#112 CH2 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#113 CH3 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#114 CH4 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#115 CH5 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#116 CH6 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#117 CH7 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#118 CH8 peak value (maximum value) (valid while BFM #22 b3 is ON)
⎯
#119 Peak value (maximum value) reset flag
⎯
K0
⎯
⎯
⎯
K0
•
•
•
Reserved
Data history sampling time
(valid only in channels for which number of times of averaging
#198
(BFM #2 to #9) is set to "1")
Setting range: 0 to 30,000 ms
Refer to 8.2.21.
K0
Refer to 8.2.21.
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FX2N-8AD Analog input block
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
Resets or stops data history.
#199 (valid only in channels for which number of times of averaging
(BFM #2 to #9) is set to "1")
⎯
K0
#200 CH1 data history (1st value)
⎯
K0
#201 CH1 data history (2nd value)
⎯
K0
#202 CH1 data history (3rd value)
⎯
K0
Description
•
•
•
⎯
#599 CH1 data history (400th value)
#600 CH2 data history (1st value)
#601 CH2 data history (2nd value)
#602 CH2 data history (3rd value)
•
•
•
Data history sampling is valid
only in channels for which
number of times of averaging
(BFM #2 to #9) is set to "1".
⎯
K0
⎯
K0
⎯
K0
⎯
K0
⎯
#999 CH2 data history (400th value)
⎯
K0
#1000 CH3 data history (1st value)
⎯
K0
#1001 CH3 data history (2nd value)
⎯
K0
#1002 CH3 data history (3rd value)
⎯
K0
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FX2N-8AD Analog input block
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
Table 8.1: BFM Lists
BFM
No.
Description
•
•
•
#3397 CH8 data history (398th value)
#3398 CH8 data history (399th value)
#3399 CH8 data history (400th value)
Data history sampling is valid
only in channels for which
number of times of averaging
(BFM #2 to #9) is set to "1".
Hold against
power failure
Initial value
⎯
⎯
K0
⎯
K0
⎯
K0
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
8.2
Details of buffer memories
8.2.1
BFM #0, #1: Specifies input mode.
Specify the input mode of CH1 to CH4 by writing a numeric value to BFM #0. Specify the input
mode of CH5 to CH8 by writing a numeric value to BFM #1.
In the input mode specification, each BFM is expressed in a 4-digit hexadecimal code, and
each channel No. is assigned to each digit. Specify a numeric value 0 to F in each digit for
each channel.
BFM#0
H{{{{
BFM#1
H{{{{
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
{=0: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 0.63 mV (20 V x 1/32,000)
{=1: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 2.50 mV (20 V x 1/8,000)
{=2: Voltage input mode, analog value direct display (-10,000 to +10,000), resolution 1 mV
{=3: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 2.00 µA (16 mA x 1/8,000)
{=4: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 4.00 µA (16 mA x 1/4,000)
{=5: Current input mode, analog value direct display (4,000 to 20,000), resolution 2.00 µA
{=6: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 2.50 µA (40 mA x 1/16,000)
{=7: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 5.00 µA (40 mA x 1/8,000)
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{=8: Current input mode, analog value direct display (-20,000 to +20,000), resolution 2.50 µA
{=9: Thermocouple input mode, K type, Celsius display (-100 to +1,200°C), resolution 0.1°C
{=A: Thermocouple input mode, J type, Celsius display (-100 to +600°C), resolution 0.1°C
{=B: Thermocouple input mode, T type, Celsius display (-100 to +350°C), resolution 0.1°C
{=C: Thermocouple input mode, K type, Farenheit display (-148 to +2,192°F), resolution 0.1°F
{=D: Thermocouple input mode, J type, Farenheit display (-148 to +1,112°F), resolution 0.1°F
{=E: Thermocouple input mode, T type, Farenheit display (-148 to +662°F), resolution 0.1°F
{=F: Input channel release (unusable)
• The input characteristics are automatically changed in accordance with the setting of BFM
#0 and BFM #1.
(When the voltage input mode or the current input mode is selected, the input
characteristics can be changed. However, when the analog value direct display is selected,
the input characteristics cannot be changed.)
• The setting "release of all input channels (unusable)" is not available.
• It takes approximately 5 seconds to change the input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1) (to change
each set value).
Assue the time interval of 5 seconds or more after change of the input mode until execution
of write of each setting (TO instruction).
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8.2.2
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #2 to BFM #9: Number of times of averaging
When using BFM #10 to #17 as the average data, write the number of times of averaging to
BFM #2 to BFM #9.
The setting range of the number of times of averaging is 1 to 4,095.
However, when you set the number of times of averaging to "1", the immediate data (current
value) is stored in BFM #10 to BFM #17.
When you set the number of times of averaging to "0" or a smaller value, "0" is written. When
you set the number of times of averaging to "4,096" or a larger value, "4,096" is written. In
either case, a number of times of averaging setting error (BFM #29 b10) occurs.
The initial value is "1".
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Update of average data
• When the number of times of averaging (BFM #2 to BFM #9) is set to "400" or less, the
average (BFM #10 to BFM #17) is updated every time the A/D conversion processing is
performed.
At this time, the average is always calculated by sampling of the A/D conversion values as
many as the set number of times of averaging from the latest one.
The update time is as follows:
Average data update time = (A/D conversion time) x Number of channels
• When the number of times of averaging (BFM #2 to BFM #9) is set to "401" or more, the
average (BFM #10 to BFM #17) is updated every time A/D conversion is performed by as
many as the set number of times of averaging.
The update time is as follows:
Average data update time = (A/D conversion time) x Number of channels x Number of times
of averaging
In either case above, until the number of times of A/D conversion reaches the set number of
times of averaging for the first time, the average at each time point is stored in BFM #10 to
BFM #17.
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8.2.3
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #10 to BFM #17: Channel data
The A/D conversion data of each channel is written to BFM #10 to BFM #17.
You can select the immediate (current value) data or the average data by setting the number of
times of averaging (BFM #2 to BFM #9) described above.
8.2.4
BMF #19: Disables setting change
BFM #19 enables or disables the setting change of the I/O characteristics (BFM #0, BFM #1,
BFM #21), the convenient functions (BFM #22) and the high-speed conversion channel (BFM
#24).
K1: Enables change (selected at shipment from factory).
K2: Disables change.
8.2.5
BFM #20: Initializes functions
BFM #20 initializes all data stored in BFM #0 to BFM #3399, and sets the FX2N-8AD to the
status at shipment from the factory.
By initialization, the input characteristics are reset to the values set at shipment from the
factory (voltage input, offset value K0, gain value K5000).
K0: Normal
K1: Executes initialization.
(Writes K1, then returns automatically to K0 when initialization is completed.)
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8.2.6
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #21: Writes I/O characteristics
Each channel No. is assigned to the lower eight bits of BFM #21.
When a bit is set to ON, the offset data (BFM #41 to BFM #48) and the gain data (BFM #51 to
BFM #58) of the assigned channel No. are written to the built-in memory (EEPROM), and
become valid.
You can give the write command to two or more channels at a time. (When you input "HFF", all
channels are written.)
When write is completed, BFM #21 returns automatically to K0.
BFM21
b 1 5, b 14 , b1 3 , b1 2 , b 1 1, b 10 , b9 , b8 , b 7 , b 6 , b 5 , b 4 , b 3 , b 2 , b 1 , b 0
Invalid
CH8 CH7 CH6 CH5 CH4 CH3 CH2 CH1
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8.2.7
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #22: Sets convenient functions
The functions described below are assigned to b0 to b3 of BFM #22. When a bit is set to ON,
the assigned function becomes valid.
When a bit is set to OFF, the assigned function becomes invalid.
b0: Data addition function
The data (BFM #10 to BFM #17), the peak value (BFM #101 to BFM #108, BFM #111 to
BFM #118) and the data history (BFM #200 to BFM #3399) of each channel become
the measured value added by the addition data (BFM #61 to BFM #68).
When using this function, write the value added by the addition data (BFM #61 to BFM
#68) to the lower limit value error set value (BFM #71 to BFM #78) and the upper limit
value error set value (BFM #81 to BFM #88).
The addition data (BFM #61 to BFM #68) is not added to the scale over data (BFM #28).
b1: Upper/lower limit value detection function
When the A/D conversion data of each channel is outside the range from the lower limit
value error set value (BFM #71 to BFM #78) to the upper limit value error set value (BFM
#81 to BFM #88), the result is written to the upper/lower limit value error status (BFM #26).
b2: Sudden change detection function
When the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is updated, if the difference
between the previous value and the new value is larger than the sudden change
detection set value (BFM #91 to BFM #98), the result is written to the sudden change
detection status (BFM #27).
b3: Peak value hold function
The minimum value of the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is written to
BFM #101 to BFM #108, and the maximum value is written to BFM #111 to BFM #118.
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8.2.8
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #24: Specifies high-speed conversion channel
When using only the voltage input mode and the current input mode, you can improve the A/D
conversion timing (to 1/4 of the normal timing) for only one channel among CH1 to CH8.
However, the conversion timing becomes slower in other channels (to twice of the normal
timing).
To select a channel, write "K1" (for CH1) to "K8" (for CH8) to BFM #24.
(When you write "K0", the high-speed conversion function is not available.)
Example: When BFM #24 is set to "K1"
Conversion channel
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
Conversion timing of CH1: 500 µs x 2 = 1 ms
Conversion timing of other channels: 500 µs x 2 x 8 (CH) = 8 ms
(Usual conversion timing of each channel: 500 µs x 8 (CH) = 4 ms)
• When the thermocouple input mode is used in one or more channels, the high-speed
conversion function is not available.
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8.2.9
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #26: Upper/lower limit value error status
When you use the upper/lower limit value detection function (BFM #22 b1), the detection result
is written to BFM #26.
The lower limit value error or the upper limit value error of each channel is assigned to each bit
of BFM #26. When the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is outside the range from
the lower limit value error set value (BFM #71 to BFM #78) to the upper limit value error set
value (BFM #81 to BFM #88), the corresponding bit turns ON.
Once a bit turns ON, it remains ON until it is reset by BFM #99 or the power is turned off.
Even while an upper/lower limit value error is detected, the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of
each channel is continuously updated.
Table 8.2: Bit assignment in BFM #26
Bit Channel
No.
No.
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
b6
b7
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Description
Bit Channel
No.
No.
Lower limit value error
b8
Upper limit value error
b9
Lower limit value error
b10
Upper limit value error
b11
Lower limit value error
b12
Upper limit value error
b13
Lower limit value error
b14
Upper limit value error
b15
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Description
Lower limit value error
Upper limit value error
Lower limit value error
Upper limit value error
Lower limit value error
Upper limit value error
Lower limit value error
Upper limit value error
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8.2.10
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #27: A/D data sudden change detection status
When you use the sudden change detection function (BFM #22 b2), the detection result is
written to BFM #27.
The sudden change detection + direction or the sudden change detection - direction of each
channel is assigned to each bit of BFM #27. When the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each
channel is updated, if the difference between the previous value and the new value is larger than
the sudden change detection set value (BFM #91 to BFM #98), the corresponding bit turns ON.
At this time, when the new value is larger than the previous value, a bit for the + direction turns
ON. when the new value is smaller than the previous value, a bit for the - direction turns ON.
Once a bit turns ON, it remains ON until it is reset by BFM #99 or the power is turned off.
Even while a sudden change error is detected, the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel
is continuously updated.
Table 8.3: Bit assignment in BFM #27
Bit Channel
No.
No.
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
b6
b7
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
Description
Bit Channel
No.
No.
Sudden change error in - direction
b8
Sudden change error in + direction
b9
Sudden change error in - direction
b10
Sudden change error in + direction
b11
Sudden change error in - direction
b12
Sudden change error in + direction
b13
Sudden change error in - direction
b14
Sudden change error in + direction
b15
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Description
Sudden change error in - direction
Sudden change error in + direction
Sudden change error in - direction
Sudden change error in + direction
Sudden change error in - direction
Sudden change error in + direction
Sudden change error in - direction
Sudden change error in + direction
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8.2.11
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #28: Scale over status
When the analog input value of each channel is outside the range in which input is available,
the result is written to BFM #28.
Table 8.4: Range in which input is available
Voltage input
mode
- 10.240V to
10.235V
Current input
mode*1
- 20.480mA to
20.470mA
Thermocouple input mode
K type
J type
T type
-100 °C to 1200 °C -100 °C to 600 °C -100 °C to 350 °C
-148 °F to 2192 °F -148 °F to 1112 °F -148 °F to 662 °F
*1 The above table shows the available input range in the current input mode. A scale over
status bit turns ON when the analog input value is as follows:
Input mode 3 to 5 : - 40.8mA or less, 40.8mA or more
Input mode 6 to 8 : - 1.25mA or less, 40.8mA or more
Use the upper / lower limit detection function to detect the scale over status in the current
input mode.
Once a bit turns ON, it remains ON until it is overwritten with the OFF status by the TO
instruction given by the PLC main unit or the power is turned off.
Even while a scale over error is detected, the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is
continuously updated.
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Table 8.5: Bit assignment in BFM #28
Bit Channel
No.
No.
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
b6
b7
b8
b9
b10
b11
b12
b13
b14
b15
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
Description
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
Scale over: Less than lower limit
Scale over: More than upper limit and disconnection detection
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8.2.12
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #29: Error status
The error information is assigned to each bit of BFM #29.
Table 8.6: Bit assignment in BFM #29
Bit
No.
Assignment
Description
b0
Error detected
b0 is ON while either one among b1 to b4 is ON.
b1
Offset/gain set value error
Offset/gain value is outside setting range.
Set a correct value.
b2
Power error
24 V power is not normally supplied.
Check wiring and supply voltage.
b3
Hardware error
FX2N-8AD may have failed.
Contact Mitsubishi Electric System Service nearest to you.
b4
A/D conversion value error
A/D conversion value is abnormal.
Using scale over data (BFM #28), check channel in which error has
occurred.
b5
Thermocouple being
warmed up
This bit is ON for 20 minutes after power is turned on.
BFM read/write disabled
This bit is ON during input characteristics change processing.
While this bit is ON, correct A/D data cannot be read from or written
to BFM.
b6
b7
b8
⎯
Set value error detected
⎯
This bit is ON while either bit among b9 to b15 is ON.
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Table 8.6: Bit assignment in BFM #29
Bit
No.
Assignment
b9
Input mode setting error
Input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1) is incorrectly set.
Set it within range from 0 to F.
b10
Number of times of
averaging setting error
Number of times of averaging is incorrectly set.
Set it within range from 1 to 4,095.
b11
⎯
⎯
b12
Sudden change detection
set value error
Sudden change detection set value is incorrect.
Set a correct value.
b13
Upper/lower limit value
error set value error
Upper/lower limit value error set value is incorrect.
Set a correct value.
b14
High-speed conversion
channel setting error
High-speed conversion channel is incorrectly set.
Set it within range from 0 to 8.
b15 Addition data setting error
8.2.13
Description
Addition data is incorrectly set.
Set it within range from -16,000 to +16,000.
BFM #30: Model code
BFM #30 stores the fixed value "K2050".
8.2.14
BFM #32: Operating time
BFM #32 stores the continuous operating time of the FX2N-8AD.
Measurement starts when the power is turned on, and the measured value is reset when the
power is turned off.
The measurement range is from 0 to 64,800 (s). After that, 64,800 is kept.
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8.2.15
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM#33 disconnection detection (Only goods: since V1.10).
It does the disconnection detection of all channels used by writing K1 in BFM#33 in the
thermo-couple input mode (Set it by BFM#1 and # 0).
It executes the disconnection detection only once, and the result is written in BFM#28.
(It turns on the odd number bit of the channel where the disconnection occurs. Refer to Table
8.5.)
When it completes the execution of the disconnection detection, K0 is automatically written in
BFM#33.
Write K1 in BFM#33 regularly when you continuously execute the disconnection detection.
At this time, you should use the internal clock so that the interruption of the analog to digital
conversion may increase when it does every operation execution.
It turns off POWER LED during the disconnection detection execution. (Blink when
continuously executing it)
Program example
1s clock
M8013
RUN monitor
M8000
TO P
FROM
K0
K0
K33
K1
K28 K4M100
K1
K1
In the program of the following, when it detects
the disconnection with each channel, it turns on
the undermentioned supplementary Relay.
CH1:M101
CH2:M103
CH3:M105
CH4:M107
CH5:M109
CH6:M111
CH7:M113
CH8:M115
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8.2.16
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #41 to BFM #48: Offset data
BFM #51 to BFM #58: Gain data
Offset data : Analog input value when the digital value is "0"
Gain data : Analog input value when the digital value is as shown below
(The digital value varies depending on the setting of the input mode.)
Standard digital value of offset and gain in each input mode
(A number in the input mode column indicates a value set in BFM #0, BFM #1.)
Table 8.7: Standard digital value
Input mode
(BFM #0, BFM #1)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Standard offset
value
0
0
Unchangeable
0
0
Unchangeable
0
0
Unchangeable
Standard gain
value
8000 2000
Unchangeable
8000 4000
Unchangeable
8000 4000
Unchangeable
• You can set the offset data and the gain data for each channel.
• Write the set value in the unit of "mV" for voltage input or "µA" for current input.
• You cannot change the input characteristics in the analog value direct display mode and the
thermocouple input mode. (Even if you write a numeric value, it is ignored.)
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Initial offset/gain value (Unit: mV for voltage input, µA for current input)
Table 8.8: Initial offset/gain value
Input mode
(BFM #0, BFM #1)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Initial offset value
0
0
0
4000
4000
4000
0
0
0
5000
5000
5000
20000
20000
20000
20000
20000
20000
Initial gain value
Setting range
Table 8.9: Setting range
Voltage input
Current input
Offset data
-1000 to +9000 (mV)
-2000 to +1700 (µA)
Gain data
Gain value - Offset value
= 1,000 to 10,000 (mV)
Gain value - Offset value
= 3,000 to 30,000 (µA)
However, the actual effective input range is "-10 to +10 V" or "-20 to +20 mA".
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8.2.17
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #61 to BFM #68: Addition data
When you use the data addition function (BFM #22 b0), the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17), the
peak value (BFM #101 to BFM #108, BFM #111 to BFM #118) and the data history (BFM #200
to BFM #999) of each channel become the measured value added by the addition data (BFM
#61 to BFM #68).
When using the data addition function, write the value added by the addition data (BFM #61 to
BFM #68) to the lower limit value error set value (BFM #71 to BFM #78) and the upper limit
value error set value (BFM #81 to BFM #88).
Setting range:
-16,000 to +16,000
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8.2.18
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #71 to BFM #78: Lower limit, error set value
BFM #81 to BFM #88: Upper limit, error set value
When using the upper/lower limit value detection function (BFM #22 b1), write the lower limit
value of each channel to BFM #71 to BFM #79 and the upper limit value of each channel to
BFM #81 to BFM #88.
When using the data addition function (BFM #22 b0) together, write the value added by the
addition data (BFM #61 to BFM #68) to BFM #71 to BFM #78 and BFM #81 to BFM #88.
Setting range
The setting range varies depending on the setting of the input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1).
The table below shows the setting range in each input mode. Write the set value in a digital
value.
Table 8.10: Setting range
Initial value
Input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1)
0: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 10 V x 1/16,000
1: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 10 V x 1/4,000
Setting range
Lower Upper
limit
limit
-16384 to 16383 -16384
-4096 to 4095
16383
-4096
4095
2: Voltage input mode, analog value direct display (-10,000 to +10,000) -10200 to 10200 -10200
10200
3: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/8,000
-1 to 8191
-1
8191
4: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/4,000
-1 to 4095
-1
4095
5: Current input mode, analog value direct display (4,000 to 20,000)
3999 to 20400
3999
20400
6: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/8,000
-8192 to 8191
-8192
8191
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Table 8.10: Setting range
Initial value
Input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1)
Setting range
7: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/4,000
-4096 to 4095
Lower Upper
limit
limit
-4096
4095
8: Current input mode, analog value direct display (-20,000 to +20,000) -20400 to 20400 -20400
20400
9: Thermocouple input mode (K type), Celsius display
-1000 to 12000
-1000
12000
A: Thermocouple input mode (J type), Celsius display
-1000 to 6000
-1000
6000
B: Thermocouple input mode (T type), Celsius display
-1000 to 3500
-1000
3500
C: Thermocouple input mode (K type), Farenheit display
-1480 to 21920
-1480
21920
D: Thermocouple input mode (J type), Farenheit display
-1480 to 11120
-1480
11120
E: Thermocouple input mode (T type), Farenheit display
-1480 to 6620
-1480
6620
-1
1
F: Channel unusable
Invalid
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8.2.19
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #91 to BFM #98: Sudden change detection set value
When using the sudden change detection function (BFM #22 b2), write the set value to judge
the sudden change.
When the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is updated, if the difference between
the previous value and the new value is larger than the sudden change detection set value
(BFM #91 to BFM #98), the result is written to the sudden change detection status (BFM #27).
Setting range
The setting range varies depending on the setting of the input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1).
The table below shows the setting range in each input mode.
Write the set value in a digital value.
Table 8.11: Setting range
Input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1)
Setting range
Initial value
0: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 10 V x 1/16,000
1 to 16383
1600
1: Voltage input mode (-10 to +10 V), resolution 10 V x 1/4,000
1 to 4095
400
2: Voltage input mode, analog value direct display (-10,000 to +10,000)
1 to 10000
1000
3: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/8,000
1 to 4095
400
4: Current input mode (4 to 20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/4,000
1 to 2047
200
5: Current input mode, analog value direct display (4,000 to 20,000)
1 to 8191
800
6: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/8,000
1 to 8191
800
7: Current input mode (-20 to +20 mA), resolution 20 mA x 1/4,000
1 to 4095
400
8: Current input mode, analog value direct display (-20,000 to +20,000)
1 to 20000
2000
9: Thermocouple input mode (K type), Celsius display
1 to 6500
650
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Table 8.11: Setting range
Input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1)
Setting range
Initial value
A: Thermocouple input mode (J type), Celsius display
1 to 3500
350
B: Thermocouple input mode (T type), Celsius display
1 to 4500
450
C: Thermocouple input mode (K type), Farenheit display
1 to 11700
1170
D: Thermocouple input mode (J type), Farenheit display
1 to 6300
630
E: Thermocouple input mode (T type), Farenheit display
1 to 4050
405
F: Channel unusable
Invalid
0
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8.2.20
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #99: Clears upper/lower limit value error and sudden change detection error
The commands to clear the lower limit value error, the upper limit value error and the sudden
change detection error are assigned to the lower three bits of BFM #99.
When a bit is set to ON, the flag of the corresponding error status (BFM #26, BFM #27) is reset
for all channels at a time.
After reset is finished, each bit of BFM #99 returns automatically to OFF.
You can set two or more clear commands to ON at a time.
Table 8.12: Bit assignment in BFM #99
Bit No.
Description
b0
Clears lower limit value error.
b1
Clears upper limit value error.
b2
Clears sudden change detection error.
b3 to b15
Unused
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8.2.21
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #101 to BFM #108: Peak value (minimum value)
BFM #111 to BFM #118: Peak value (maximum value)
When you use the peak value hold function (BFM #22 b3), one of the convenient functions, the
minimum value of the data (BFM #10 to BFM #17) of each channel is written to BFM #101 to
BFM #108, and the maximum value is written to BFM #111 to BFM #118.
When you use the data addition function (BFM #22 b0) together, the minimum/maximum
measured value added by the addition data is written.
Initial value
When the peak hold function is not used: K0
When the peak hold function is used: Digital value when the power is turned on
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8.2.22
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #109: Peak value reset flag (minimum value)
BFM #119: Peak value reset flag (maximum value)
When you use the peak value hold function (BFM #22 b3), BFM #109 clears the peak value
(minimum value) stored in BFM #101 to BFM #108, and BFM #119 clears the peak value
(maximum value) stored in BFM #111 to BFM #118.
The channel No. to be reset is assigned to each bit of BFM #109 and BFM #119. When a bit is
set to ON, the peak value of the assigned channel is cleared.
(You can set two or more bits to ON at a time.)
Table 8.13: Bit assignment
BFM
#109
Bit No.
b15 to b8
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
Channel No.
CH8
CH7
CH6
CH5
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
Unusable
(BFM No.)
(#108) (#107) (#106) (#105) (#104) (#103) (#102) (#101)
BFM
#119
Bit No.
b15 to b8
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
Channel No.
CH8
CH7
CH6
CH5
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
Unusable
(BFM No.)
(#108) (#107) (#106) (#105) (#104) (#103) (#102) (#101)
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8.2.23
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #198: Data history sampling time
Set the data history sampling time.
BFM #198 is valid only in channels for which the number of times of averaging (BFM #2 to #9)
is set to "1".
Setting range
0 to 30,000 ms
Sampling cycle
When only voltage input and current input are used
When the set value is "0"
: 500 µs x Number of effective channels
When the set value is "1" or more : Set value (ms) x Number of effective channels
When thermocouple input is used for one or more channels
Channel for voltage input or current input
When the set value is "0" or "1": 1 ms x Number of effective channels
When the set value is "2" or more: Set value (ms) x Number of effective channels
Channel for thermocouple input
When the set value is "0" to "39"
: 40 ms x Number of effective channels
When the set value is "40" or more : Set value (ms) x Number of effective channels
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When the high-speed conversion mode is used (and only voltage input and current
input are used)
When the set value is "0" or "1"
Channel specified for high-speed conversion : 1 ms
Other channels
: 1 ms x Number of effective channels
When the set value is "2" or more
Channel specified for high-speed conversion : Set value (ms) x Number of effective
channels
Other channels
: Set value (ms) x Number of effective
channels x 2
• "Number of effective channels" indicates the number of all channels for which the number of
times of averaging (BFM #2 to BFM #9) is set to "1" without regard to the input mode
(voltage input, current input or thermocouple input).
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8.2.24
Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #199: Resets or stops data history
The data history reset function is assigned to the lower eight bits of BFM #199. The data
history stop function is assigned to the upper eight bits of BFM #199.
Each function is valid only in channels for which the number of times of averaging (BFM #2 to
#9) is set to "1".
Data history reset function
This function clears the sampled data history in each channel.
The channel No. to be reset is assigned to each of the lower eight bits of BFM #199.
When a bit is set to ON, the data history (all contents from the 1st value to the 400th value) of
the assigned channel is cleared. (You can set two or more bits to ON at a time.)
When the clear operation is completed, each bit returns automatically to OFF.
Table 8.14: Assignment of lower eight bits
Bit No.
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
Channel No.
CH8
CH7
CH6
CH5
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
Data history stop function
This function stops temporarily sampling of the data history in the unit of channel.
The channel No. to be stopped temporarily is assigned to each of the upper eight bits of BFM
#199.
When a bit is set to ON, sampling of the data history of the assigned channel is stopped
temporarily. (You can set two or more bits to ON at a time.)
When a bit is set to OFF, sampling of the data history of the assigned channel restarts.
Table 8.15: Assignment of upper eight bits
Bit No.
b15
b14
b13
b12
b11
b10
b9
b8
Channel No.
CH8
CH7
CH6
CH5
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
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Buffer Memory (BFM) 8
BFM #200 to BFM #3399: Data history
The A/D conversion of each channel is sampled, and written to BFM #200 to BFM #3399.
The table below shows the assignment of channel No. and BFM No. Data is stored in turn from
the smallest BFM No.
Up to 400 values can be stored for each channel. When the number of values exceeds "400",
the existing data is overwritten with new data from the smallest BFM No.
Data history sampling is valid only in channels for which the number of times of averaging
(BFM #2 to #9) is set to "1".
Table 8.16: Assignment of channel No. and BFM No.
Channel No.
BFM No.
1st value
2nd value
3rd value
•••••
400th value
CH1
#200
#201
#202
•••••
#599
CH2
#600
#601
#602
•••••
#999
CH3
#1000
#1001
#1002
•••••
#1399
CH4
#1400
#1401
#1402
•••••
#1799
CH5
#1800
#1801
#1802
•••••
#2199
CH6
#2200
#2201
#2202
•••••
#2599
CH7
#2600
#2601
#2602
•••••
#2999
CH8
#3000
#3001
#3002
•••••
#3399
• If much data history is read at a time to the PLC main unit by one FROM instruction, a watch
dog timer error occurs in the PLC main unit.
In such a case, divide the required data history using many FROM instructions, and insert
the WDT instruction (watch dog timer refresh instruction) after each FROM instruction.
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MEMO
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9.
Adjustment of I/O Characteristics 9
Adjustment of I/O Characteristics
At the time of shipment from the factory, the FX2N-8AD has the standard I/O characteristics in
accordance with each input mode (BFM #0, BFM #1).
In the voltage input mode and the current input mode, you can adjust the standard I/O
characteristics for each channel. (You cannot adjust the standard I/O characteristics in the
analog value direct output mode and the thermocouple input mode.)
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Standard I/O characteristics
Explanation on description
The input mode of the standard I/O characteristics is abbreviated as shown below.
0. Voltage input, -10 to 10V, 20V × 1/32,000
➃
➁
➀
➂
➀ : Input mode set in BFM #0, BFM #1
➁ : Input mode
➂ : Analog input range
➃ : Resolution
Figure 9.1: Standard I/O characteristics
0. Voltage input, -10 to +10 V, 20 V × 1/32,000
• In the analog value direct display mode and
the thermocouple input mode, ➂ Analog
input range and ➃ Resolution are omitted.
1. Voltage input, -10 to +10 V, 20 V x 1/8,000
Digital value
Digital value
10
-16,000
Approx. -16,320
Input
voltage
(V)
Approx.
+10.2 V
-10
Approx. +4,080
4,000
Approx.
-10.2 V
Input
voltage
(V)
Approx.
+10.2 V
Approx. +16,320
16,000
Approx.
-10.2 V
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Adjustment of I/O Characteristics 9
-10
10
-4,000
Approx. -4,080
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2. Voltage input, direct display (-10,000 to +10,000) 3. Current input, 4 to 20 mA, 16 mA x 1/8,000
Digital value
Digital value
-10
Approx.
-10.2 V
Input
voltage
(V)
Approx.
+10.2 V
Approx. -10,200
10,000
8,000
10
-10,000
Approx. +10,200
4. Current input, 4 to 20 mA, 16 mA x 1/4,000
Digital value
0 4
20 Input current
(mA)
5. Current input, direct display (4,000 to 20,000)
Digital value
20,000
4,000
4,000
0 4
20 Input current
(mA)
0 4
20 Input current
(mA)
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6. Current input, -20 to +20 mA, 40 mA x 1/16,000
Input
current
(mA)
7. Current input, -20 to +20 mA, 40 mA x 1/8,000
Digital value
Digital value
8,000
4,000
Input
current
(mA)
-20
0
-20
0
20
-8,000
20
-4,000
8. Current input, direct display (-20,000 to +20,000) 9. Thermocouple input, K type, Celsius
Digital value
Digital value
12,000
20,000
Input
current
(mA)
-20
0
20
Input
temperature
(°C)
-100
0
1,200
-20,000
-1,000
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A. Thermocouple input, J type, Celsius
B. Thermocouple input, T type, Celsius
Digital value
Digital value
6,000
3,500
Input
temperature
(°C)
Input
temperature
(°C)
-100
-100
0
0
600
-1,000
350
-1,000
C. Thermocouple input, K type, Farenheit
Digital value
D. Thermocouple input, J type, Farenheit
Digital value
21,920
11,120
Input
temperature
(°F)
Input
temperature
(°F)
-148
-148
0
-1,480
2,192
0
1,112
-1,480
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Adjustment of I/O Characteristics 9
E. Thermocouple input, T type, Farenheit
Digital value
6,620
Input
temperature
(°F)
-148
0
662
-1,480
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9.2
Adjustment of I/O Characteristics 9
Adjustment of I/O characteristics
Adjust the I/O characteristics using the buffer memories in the FX2N-8AD.
At first, write the input mode to BFM #0 and BFM #1, write the offset data to BFM #41 to BFM
#48, then write the gain data to BFM #51 to BFM #58. After that, update the offset data and the
gain data of each channel using BFM #21.
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Figure 9.2: Example program
X000
Operation
start
instruction
M0
TO
P
K0
K0
H1600
K1
Specifies the input mode of CH1 to CH4.
TO
P
K0
K1
HFFA1
K1
Specifies the input mode of CH5 to CH8.
SET
M0
TO
T0
K50
*1
TO
P
K0
K41
K0
K2
Writes the offset value of CH1 and CH2.
TO
P
K0
K51
K1250
K2
Writes the gain value of CH1 and CH2.
TO
P
K0
K44
K0
K1
Writes the offset value of CH4.
TO
P
K0
K54 K10000
K1
Writes the gain value of CH4.
TO
P
K0
K21 H00FF
K1
Writes the offset value and gain value of all channels at a time.
RST
M0
*1 It takes approximately 5 seconds to change the input mode (BFM #0, BMF #1) (to change
each set value).
Assure the time interval of 5 seconds or more after change of the input mode until execution
of write of each setting (TO instruction).
• The I/O characteristics can be written (by BFM #21) to one channel at a time, or two or
more channels at a time.
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10.
Example program 10
Example program
This section introduces an example of program to take analog data to the PLC using the FX2N8AD.
Condition
System configuration:
The FX2N-8AD (unit No. 0) is connected as a special block nearest to the FX2N/FX2NC
Series PLC main unit.
Input mode:
CH1 and CH2
CH3 and CH4
CH5 and CH6
CH7 and CH8
: Mode 0 (voltage input, -10 to +10 V, resolution 20 V x 1/32,000)
: Mode 3 (current input, +4 to +20 mA, resolution 16 mA x 1/8,000)
: Mode 9 (thermocouple input, K type, Celsius display)
: Mode F (unused)
Number of times of averaging:
1 (initial value) in each channel
I/O characteristics:
Standard I/O characteristics (initial value) in each channel
Convenient function:
Upper/lower limit value detection function is used.
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Example program 10
Data history function:
Used while sampling time is set to 0 ms (initial value).
CH1 to CH4 : Sampling time = 1 ms x 6 (Number of effective channels) = 6 ms
CH5 and CH6 : Sampling time = 40 ms x 6 (Number of effective channels) = 240 ms
I/O assignment:
X001
X002
Y000 to Y017
Y020 to Y037
: Clears the upper/lower limit value error.
: Clears the scale over error.
: Output the upper/lower limit value error status of each channel.
: Output scale over status of each channel.
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Example program 10
Figure 10.1:Example program
Initial pulse
M8002
RUN monitor
M8000
FNC 79
TO
K0
K0
H3300
K1
FNC 79
TO
K0
K1
HFF99
K1
TO
T0
Clear of upper/
lower limit value
error
X001
Clear of scale
over error
X002
Specifies the input mode of
CH1 to CH4.
Specifies the input mode of
CH5 to CH8.
Stand by for five seconds.
K50
As for the changed input
mode, the power failure
maintenance is done by
EEPROM.
The change of program in the
input mode and stand by for
five seconds can be omitted.
At use the input mode
memorized in EEPROM.
FNC 79
TO P
K0
K22
H0002
K1
Enables the upper/lower limit value detection function.
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K10
D0
K6
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K26
K4M0
K1
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K28 K4M20
K1
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K29
D6
K1
Reads the channel data from CH1 to CH6.
(CH1 → D0, CH2 → D1, ..... CH6 → D5)
Reads the upper/lower limit value error status.
(M0 to M15)
Reads the scale over status.
(M20 to M25)
Reads the error status.
(BFM #29 → D6)
FNC 79
TO P
K0
K99
H0003
K1
Clears the upper/lower limit value error.
FNC 79
TO P
K0
K28
K0
K1
Clears the scale over error.
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Example program 10
Lower limit value error of CH1
M0
Y0
Upper limit value error of CH1
M1
•••
Y1
Outputs the upper/lower limit value error status of each channel.
Upper limit value error of CH8
M15
Y17
Scale over error of CH1 (lower limit value)
M20
Y20
Scale over error of CH1 (upper limit value)
M21
•••
Y21
Outputs the scale over error status of each channel.
Scale over error of CH8 (upper limit value)
M35
Y37
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T0
Example program 10
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K200
D10
K10
FNC 07
WDT
FNC 78
FROM
Refreshes the watch dog timer.*1
K0
K600
D20
K10
FNC 07
WDT
FNC 78
FROM
FNC 07
WDT
Reads the CH2 data history (for 10 times) to D20 to D29.
Refreshes the watch dog timer.*1
K0
K1000
D30
K10
FNC 07
WDT
FNC 78
FROM
Reads the CH1 data history (for 10 times) to D10 to D19.
Reads the CH3 data history (for 10 times) to D30 to D39.
Refreshes the watch dog timer.*1
K0
K2200
D60
K10
Reads the CH6 data history (for 10 times) to D60 to D69.
Refreshes the watch dog timer.*1
END
Note:
When many FROM/TO instructions are executed in the same scan, the PLC might have a
watchdog timer error. In this case, add a watchdog timer reset (FNC07 WDT) instruction
with each FROM/TO instruction.
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Example program 10
MEMO
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Appendix A
Appendix A:
Associated Manuals List
For further information manual about FX Series, refer to following table.
Table A-1:
List of Further Information Manual
Manual Name
Manual No.
Description
FX0/FX0N Hardware Manual
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY992D47501 specifications for FX0 and FX0N Series programmable
controllers.
FX1N Hardware Manual
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY992D89301 specifications for FX1N Series programmable
controllers.
FX2N Hardware Manual
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY992D66301 specifications for FX2N Series programmable
controllers.
FX2NC Hardware Manual
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY992D76401 specifications for FX2NC Series programmable
controllers.
FX3U Series User’s Manual
- Hardware Edition
JY997D16501
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
specification for FX3U Series programmable controllers.
FX3UC Series User’s Manual
- Hardware Edition
JY997D28701
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
specification for FX3UC Series programmable controllers.
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Table A-1:
Appendix A
List of Further Information Manual
Manual Name
Manual No.
Description
FX Programming Manual
This manual explains instructions for FX0, FX0S, FX0N,
JY992D48301 FX, FX2C, FX2N and FX2NC Series programmable
controllers.
FX Programming Manual ΙΙ
JY992D88101
This manual explains instructions for FX1S, FX1N, FX2N
and FX2NC Series programmable controllers.
FX3U/FX3UC Series
This manual explains the instructions for FX3U/FX3UC
Programming Manual - Basic JY997D16601
Series programmable controller.
& Applied Instruction Edition
A-2
USER’S MANUAL
FX2N-8AD Analog input block
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MODEL
FX2N-8AD-U-E
MODEL CODE
09R608
JY992D86001F
(MEE)
Effective Sep. 2008
Specifications are subject to change without notice.