Mitsubishi QJ71WS96 Specifications

December 2003
New Product Release
Mitsubishi PLC
No. 211E
QJ71WS96
Web Server Module
An advanced Web server module
with powerful remote maintenance tools.
Event
occurrence
Temperature exceeded
the specified value
E-mail notification
Instructions for changes
쎲Monitor controller status from the cellular phone
쎲Change data value from user created html
High-speed!
100ms interval
Check logging data
with a web browser
쎲High-speed data logging, 100ms intervals
쎲Synchronization between events and data logging
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Nagoya Works is a factory certified for ISO14001
(standards for environmental management systems) and ISO9001(standards for
quality assurance management systems)
쎲Ladder monitoring incorporated
into GX Explorer Ver. 2.
Features
1. Increased functions for creating customized web pages
쎲Utilize standard parts
쎲Specific customized pages for cellular phones
Operations are confirmed directly on the cellular phone.
쎲Text only customized pages
Create simple to use pages
쎲Change states or values using parts
Turn bit data ON/OFF and change data values from
customized web pages.
쎲Customized web page
Create separate web pages for each user.
Added write parts
User screen for cellular phone
Event occurrence
Exceeding
max temp.
Data block part
Double-click on data to
show dialog box.
E-mail notification
Write button part
Checking details with a cellular phone
When button is clicked,
specified value is
registered into
corresponding tag device.
2. Data logging functions
쎲Setting file names for logging files
Efficient file management by adding, file name and date/time stamp.
쎲More improved functionality for logging monitor
Standard logging monitor is far easier to use because of added functions.
쎲High-speed data logging at 100ms intervals
쎲Logging is triggered by events.
Useful for determining errors before/after they occur.
Web server module
High-speed!
100ms interval
(2) Relative to settings,
web server module logs
tag data.
Logging data
쐽Logging setting
Tag name
(3) Log data is displayed
by setting a logging
name.
External device
(Client)
Internet
쐽Logging monitor
Logging interval
Process A Set interval: 100ms
Process B Set interval: 60ms
Process C Fixed time: 06:00:00
(1) Logging setting
in Web browser
Logging name:
Display format:
Process A
List (*)
Date
Pressure
03/10/01 09 05:10.1
90
Temperature Water level
20.3
9
03/10/01 09:05:10.2
97
20.5
7
03/10/01 09:05:10.3
101
20.4
8
03/10/01 09:05:10.4
100
20.4
10
03/10/01 09:05:10.5
103
20.2
13
* View logging data in list or graph format.
1
3. Ladder program monitoring
*1
쎲Remote monitoring and diagnostics for ladder program.
쎲Functions include upload, download, edit of ladder program(s). *2
Upload
Download
GX RemoteService-I Ver.2
GX Explorer Ver.2
coming soon
*1 GX Explorer Ver. 2 and GX RemoteService-I Ver. 2 (coming soon) are required.
*2 GX Developer is required for editing the ladder programs.
4. Read/write file data to PLC CPU
쎲Download files to the PLC CPU
Files, such as recipe data, are downloaded to the PLC CPU (Select the file format from binary or CSV).
쎲Upload files from the PLC CPU
Produce data in list form, etc., in the PLC CPU (Select the file format from binary or CSV).
Downloading files to PLC CPU
Uploading files from PLC CPU
Download
Upload
Download files
to the PLC CPU
Create data
with Excel, etc.
5. Event monitor
쎲Increased functionality for event monitoring
The number of CPUs and tag data (devices) that
can be monitored simultaneously has been
increased, therefore larger systems can be
monitored.
CPU event monitor: Up to 64 points
(Normally 16 points)
Tag event monitor: Up to 256 points
(Normally 16 points)
쎲Event triggered network connection
Network connection/disconnection can be
triggered by events.
This method is ideal for applications where the
network connection is charged corresponding to
"online time".
6. IP filter
Enhanced security features by incorporating an IP
filtering system, therefore only allowing access to
permitted IP addresses.
Therefore by combining this feature with HTTP
Basic Authentication features, higher security is
achievable as standard.
2
Upload from PLC CPU
Open data
with Excel, etc.
7. Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
쎲Easily connect the QJ71WS96 and broadband
router with the UPnP function. Several personal
computers can share one ADSL line by using a
broadband router.
쎲By installing the broadband router, the
broadband router's firewall function and VPN
function is used to further enhance security.
* If the broadband router is incompatible with
UPnP, a fixed global IP address must be
provided for the ISP.
8. Seamless communication
Multi-tier network CPU access is realized.
(CPUs connected with CC-Link via
MELSECNET/H, etc. Normally, access to CPUs
residing in the same network was possible)
9. Self-diagnostics monitor
A self-diagnostics monitor screen is incorporated to
display the Web server module's operation status and
error codes. Troubleshooting of the Web server
module is simplified with this function.
Function List
Function
Monitor
Function
Description
Device monitor
Monitors device values.
Tag data monitor
Monitors tag data.
Logging data monitor
Monitors logging data.
Event history monitor
Monitors event histories.
PLC diagnostics monitor
Monitors PLC CPU operation status.
Self-diagnostics monitor
Monitors Web server module operation status.
Tag function
A group of devices from each PLC CPU are set as a tag name.
Therefore each tag can be easily viewed on the web page.
Logging function
Tag data is collected periodically (user-set), and saved as a CSV file.
This data can then be displayed as a list or graph on the web page, or downloaded to a PC by FTP.
Event monitor function
Monitors the PLC status (CPU monitor), tag data (tag monitor), and time (time, interval monitor), and stores the event historical data in a CSV file.
The stored event historical data can be displayed in the Web browser or be downloaded by FTP.
Also, e-mail transmission is available as necessary when an event occurs.
E-mail function
Used to send e-mail.
* Sends e-mail by PLC CPU
FTP function
Files are transferred between Web server module and client.
* FTP server function
* FTP client function
Access log function
Records an access log between Web server module and client.
Address notification function
Notifies Web server modules IP address to client.
Data management function
Functions are back-up/restore standard ROM contents, Compact FlashTM Card formatting, CSV file import/export.
Diagnostics function
Web server module self-diagnostics and connection test.
User customized web page function
Enables creation of customized web pages by utilizing the supplied parts (Java applets, SSI and CGI).
* Sends an e-mail triggered by an event.
Performance Specifications
(1) Transmission and I/F specifications
Item
Specifications
Interface (*1)
10BASE-T
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
100BASE-TX
10Mbps
Data transmission speed
100Mbps
Base band
Transmission method
Maximum number of cascade connection
Cascade connection maximum 4 tiers
Maximum segment length (*2)
Cascade connection maximum 2 tiers
100m
Supported function
Auto negotiation function (automatically recognizes 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Interface
RS-232 compliant (D-sub 9 pin)
Communication method
Full-duplex communication
Synchronization method
Start-stop synchronization
Transmission speed
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200bps
Transmission distance
Maximum 15m
Start bit
1
Data bit
8
RS-232
Data format
Stop bit
1
Parity check
None
Transmission control
Flow control (RS/CS control) is available.
Recommended cable
7/0. 127 쏔P HRV-SV outside diameter: 8.5mm or longer (Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd. 쏔: indicates number of pairs.)
External wiring connector
9 pin D-sub (male) fixed type
Supply power voltage
Compact Flash™ card
3.3V±5%
Size
TYPE I card
Number of mountable cards
Noise immunity, dielectric withstand voltage, insulation resistance
1
According to the base unit power supply where the Web server module is mounted.
32 points/1 slot (I/O assignment: intelligent 32 points)
Number of occupied I/O points
Maximum 100,000 times to one area
Maximum number of writes for Standard ROM (Flash ROM)
In step with the first CPU. (every 60 seconds)
Clock
0.65A
5VDC internal current consumption
98(H) X 27.4(W) X 90(D)
External dimensions (mm)
0.17
Weight (kg)
*1 The Web server module automatically distinguishes between 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX connection.
If the connected hub does not support auto negotiation function, then set its communication mode as half-duplex.
*2 Distance between the hub and node.
3
(2) Software Specifications
Function
Web server
Description
Number of simultaneous
connections
5
HTTP version
1.0
User area capacity
Standard ROM: maximum 5MB When Compact FlashTM card is used: maximum 1GB (Including the web page capacity and logging capacity)
User authentication
Account number: maximum 16 (User ID: 1 to 20 characters, Password: 6 to 14 characters)
Supplied parts
Java applet: 14 types SSI: 1 type CGI: 3 types (Files supplied as standard with the Web server module can be used. (Creating by users is not possible.))
Compatible web browser
Internet Explorer 5.5/6.0 of Microsoft® Corporation
Java VM
Java VM version: Microsoft® VM Build number 3309 or later Sun Microsystems JRE (J2SE) v1.4.1_02 or later
Cellular phone
Cellular phone supporting internet e-mail send/receive.
Subject
Maximum 373 words
Main text
Maximum 960 words
Attached file
Maximum 256k words (512kB)
Attached file format
MIME Format
MIME version
1.0
Attached file data
CSV or binary format
Splitting files
Attached file cannot be divided.
Encryption
None
Compression
None
Communication with mail server
SMTP (send server) port number = 25
Compatible e-mail s/w
Internet Explorer 5.5/6.0 of Microsoft® Corporation (Outlook® Express 5.5/6.0)
Others
"POP before SMTP" is available.
Server function
Provided
FTP server
Number of simultaneous
connections
10
FTP client
Client function
Provided (PUT, GET)
Security
User authentication
Account number: maximum 16 (User ID: 1 to 20 characters, Password: 6 to 14 characters)
Access log
Maximum 500
IP filter
Number of registrations: maximum 32
Tag
No. of tags: maximum 64, No. of components: maximum 4096 (up to 64 per tag)
Logging
No. of logging: maximum 64, No. of lines (Number of records): maximum 10000 lines
Data collection interval
• When "Collection setting: High-speed collection" is selected with tag setting (only management CPU): 100 to 60000ms (total number of device points: maximum 96 points)
• When "Collection setting: Collect" is selected with tag setting: 1 to 32767 seconds (number of elements: maximum 4096 points)
Browser
E-mail
Data collection
Connection Configuration Devices
Device
Compact Flash™
card
Description
Specifications
TYPE I storage card that meets the Compact FlashTM specifications
Number of mountable cards
1
Device
Analog modem,
PHS modem
ADSL modem
Broadband router
Description
Web server module interface
Available for Web server module CH2 (RS232) interface. (*1)
Data communication control command
Supporting Hayes compatible AT commands.
DR Signal Control
Independently turn on DR (DSR) signal.
Web server module interface
Available for Web server module CH1 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) interface. (*1)
Protocol
PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet) or PPPoA (PPP over ATM)
Connection style
Bridge type or router type (having same functions as broadband router)
Web server module side interface
Available for Web server module CH1 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) interface. (*1)
NAT
Must have NAT (address conversion) function
UPnP
Must be compatible with Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) (*2)
*1. Refer to item (1) of the performance specifications for details on the Web server module CH1/CH2 transmission speed.
*2. If the product is incompatible with UPnP, a fixed IP address contract must be bound with the internet service provider, and the router NAT settings must be made by the user.
*3. The IEE802.3 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Standards must be satisfied.
Device
Internet service provider
Description
Protocol
PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
Authentication method
PAP or CHAP (Operable without authentication)
IP address
Global IP address must be assigned. (*2)
E-mail (When being set)
SMTP server must be prepared.
Please contact your local Mitsubishi representative for compatible devices.
4
98
External Dimensions
90
27.4
Product list
Product name
Model
QJ71WS96
QJ71WS96 Web server module
Manuals
Relevant manuals
Manual name
Manual supply status
Web Server Module User's Manual (Hardware)
Web Server Module User's Manual
IB/SH No.
Model code
Included with product
IB-0800231
13JT97
Sold separately
SH-080320E
13JR58
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Country/Region Sales office
Tel/Fax
Country/Region Sales office
Tel/Fax
Tel : +1-847-478-2100
Fax : +1-847-478-2396
Taiwan
Setsuyo Enterprise Co., Ltd.
6F., No.105 Wu-Kung 3rd.RD, Wu-Ku Hsiang, Taipei Hsine,
Taiwan
Tel : +886-2-2299-2499
Fax : +886-2-2299-2509
Korea
HAN NEUNG TECHNO CO., LTD.
1F Dong Seo Game Channel Bldg., 660-11,Deungchon-dong
Kangsec-ku, Seoul, Korea
Tel : +82-2-3660-9552
Fax : +82-2-3664-8372
Singapore
Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte, Ltd.
307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02,
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE 159943
Tel : +65-6473-2308
Fax : +65-6476-7439
Thailand
Tel : +66-2-682-6522
F. A. Tech Co., Ltd.
898/28,29,30 S.V.CITY BUILDING, OFFICE TOWER 2,FLOOR Fax : +66-2-682-6020
17-18 RAMA 3 ROAD, BANGKPONGPANG, YANNAWA,
BANGKOK 10120
Indonesia
Tel : +62-21-663-0833
P.T. Autoteknindo SUMBER MAKMUR
JL. MUARA KARANG SELATAN BLOK A UTARA NO.1 KAV. Fax : +62-21-663-0832
NO.11 KAWASAN INDUSTRI/ PERGUDANGAN JAKARTA UTARA 14440
India
Messung Systems Put, Ltd.
Electronic Sadan NO:111 Unit No15, M.I.D.C BHOSARI,
PUNE-411026
Australia
Tel : +61-2-9684-7777
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty. Ltd.
348 Victoria Road, PostalBag, No 2, Rydalmere, N.S.W 2116, Fax : +61-2-9684-7245
Australia
U.S.A
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.
500 Corporate Woods Parkway Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Brazil
MELCO-TEC Rep. Com.e Assessoria Tecnica Ltda.
Tel : +55-11-283-2423
AV. Paulista 1471, Conj. 308, Sao Paulo City, Sao Paulo State, Fax : +55-11-288-3047
Brazil
Germany
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. German Branch
Gothaer Strsse 8 D-40880 Ratingen, GERMANY
Tel : +49-2102-486-0
Fax : +49-2102-486-7170
U.K
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. UK Branch
Travellers Lane, Hatfield, Herts., AL10 8XB, UK
Tel : +44-1707-276100
Fax : +44-1707-278695
Italy
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Italian Branch
Centro Dir. Colleoni, Pal. Perseo - Ingr.2
Via Paracelso 12, 20041 Agrate B., Milano, Italy
Tel : +39-039-6053344
Fax : +39-039-6053312
Spain
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Spanish Branch
Carretera de Rubi 76-80
08190 - Sant Cugat del Valles, Barcelona, Spain
Tel : +34-93-565-3131
Fax : +34-93-589-2948
France
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. French Branch
25 Boulevard des Bouvets, F-92741 Nanterre Cedex, France
Tel : +33-1-5568-5568
Fax : +33-1-5568-5685
South Africa
Circuit Breaker Industries LTD.
Tripswitch Drive, Elandsfontein Gauteng, South Africa
Tel : +27-11-928-2000
Fax : +27-11-392-2354
Hong Kong
Ryoden Automation Ltd.
10th Floor, Manulife Tower, 169 Electric Road, North Point,
Hong Kong
Tel : +852-2887-8870
Fax : +852-2887-7984
China
Ryoden Automation Shanghai Ltd.
Tel : +86-21-6475-3228
3F Block5 Building Automation Instrumentation Plaza 103 Cao Fax : +86-21-6484-6996
Bao Rd. Shanghai 200233 China
Tel : +91-20-712-2807
Fax : +91-20-712-0391
HEAD OFFICE: 1-8-12, OFFICE TOWER Z 14F HARUMI CHUO-KU 104-6212, JAPAN
NAGOYA WORKS: 1-14, YADAMINAMI 5, HIGASIKU, NAGOYA, JAPAN
0312 (MDOC)
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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