PC Transfer Tool Operation Manual - Pro

PC Transfer Tool
Operation Manual
Digital Electronics Corporation
PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing “PC Transfer Tool”.
PC Transfer Tool allows you to perform maintenance operations easily, (uploading
to or downloading from GP), even when the Screen creation software “GP-PRO/
PB III for Windows” is not installed to the PC on the production site.
To ensure the safe and correct use of this product, be sure to read all related
materials carefully and keep them nearby so that you can refer to them whenever
required.
NOTICE
1. The copyrights to all programs and manuals included in the PC Transfer
Tool (hereinafter referred to as “this product”) are reserved by Digital
Electronics Corporation.
2. The contents of this manual have been thoroughly inspected. However, if
you should find any errors or omissions in this manual, contact your local
sales representative.
3. Regardless of the above clause, Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be
held responsible for any damages, third-party claims or losses resulting from
the use of this product.
4. Differences may exist between the descriptions found in this manual and the
actual functioning of this software. Therefore, the latest information on this
software is provided in the form of data files (ReadMe.txt files, etc.) and/or
separate documents. Refer to these sources as well as this manual prior to
use.
5. Even though the information contained in and displayed by this product may
be related to intangible or intellectual properties of Digital Electronics
Corporation or third parties, Digital Electronics Corporation shall not
warrant or grant the use of said properties to any users or other third parties.
© 2004 Digital Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
Digital Electronics Corporation September 2004
For information about the rights to trademarks and trade names, see “TRADEMARK RIGHTS.”
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE .................................................................................................... 1
TRADEMARK RIGHTS ................................................................................ 3
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ..................................................................... 4
MANUAL SYMBOLS AND TERMINOLOGY .............................................. 7
CHAPTER1
1.1
PC Transfer Tool ........................................................................................ 1–1
CHAPTER2
2.1
2.2
OVERVIEW OF THE PC TRANSFER TOOL
OPERATION OF THE PC TRANSFER TOOL
Start-up and Initial Setting of the PC Transfer Tool .............................. 2–1
2.1.1
Installing the PC Transfer Tool ....................................................... 2–1
2.1.2
Operational Procedure ................................................................... 2–2
2.1.3
Starting and Exiting the PC Transfer Tool ....................................... 2–3
2.1.4
Communication Settings ................................................................. 2–4
Receiving the GP Data (Backup) ............................................................. 2–6
2.2.1
Saving a Backup File (Reusable) .................................................... 2–6
2.2.2
Saving a Backup File (Non-reusable) ............................................ 2–8
2.3
Sending the Edited Screen Data to the GP (Restore) ........................... 2–9
2.4
Comparing the Data with the GP Data (Verify) ................................... 2–11
2.5
Receiving Data from the CF Card ......................................................... 2–13
2.6
Sending Data to CF Card ........................................................................ 2–15
CHAPTER3
3.1
Precautions on File Conversion ................................................................ 3–1
CHAPTER4
4.1
CONVERSION FROM A MEM FILE TO A PRW FILE
LIST OF ERROR MESSAGES
List of Error Messages ............................................................................. 4–1
APPENDIX
A.1
2
Identification (Core ID) Code ................................................................. A–1
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TRADEMARK RIGHTS
The company names and product names used in this manual are the trade names,
trademarks (including registered trademarks), and service marks of their respective
companies. This product omits individual descriptions of each of these rights.
Trademark / Tradename
Right Holder
Windows 98, Windows Me,
Windows NT , Windows 2000, Microsoft, U.S.
Windows XP, Windows Explorer
Intel, Pentium
Intel, U.S.
Digital Electronics Corporation
Pro-face
(in Japan and other countries)
Ethernet
Western Digital, U.S.
IBM compatible
IBM, U.S.
Adobe, Acrobat
Adobe Systems Incorporated
The following terms differ from the abovementioned trade names and trademarks.
Term used in this manual
Formal Tradename or Trademark
Windows 98
Windows Me
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Microsoft® Windows® 98 Operating System
Microsoft® Windows® Me Operating System
Microsoft® Windows NT ® Operating System
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Operating System
Microsoft® Windows® XP Operating System
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OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
„ Compliant Operating Systems
Item
Description
Compliant OS
Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Software version
C-Package03 SP1 and later
Transfer cable (GPW-CB02)
Connection method USB transfer cable (GPW-CB03)
Ethernet connection
„ List of Compatible Models
‹ GP Series
Series
Product
Name
GP-H70L
GP-H70 series
GP-H70S
GP-270L
GP-270 series
GP-270S
GP-370L
GP-370 series
GP-370S
GP-470 series
GP-470E
GP70 series
GP-570L
GP-570S
GP-570 series
GP-570T
GP-571 series
GP-57JS
GP-570VM
GP-571T
GP-675S
GP-675 series
GP-675T
GP-870 series
GP-37W2 series
GP-870VM
GP-37W2B
GP-377L
GP-377 series
GP-377R series
GP-377RT
GP-477R series
GP-477RE
GP77R series
GP-577RS
GP-577R series
4
GP-377S
GP-577RT
Model
GPH70-LG11-24V
GPH70-LG41-24VP
GPH70-SC11-24V
GPH70-SC41-24VP
GP270-LG11-24V
GP270-LG21-24VP
GP270-LG31-24V
GP270-SC11-24V
GP270-SC21-24VP
GP270-SC31-24V
GP370-LG11-24V
GP370-LG21-24VP
GP370-LG31-24V
GP370-LG41-24VP
GP370-SC11-24V
GP370-SC21-24VP
GP370-SC31-24V
GP370-SC41-24VP
GP470-EG11
GP470-EG21-24VP
GP470-EG31-24V
GP570-LG11-24V
GP570-LG21-24V
GP570-SC11
GP570-SC21-24VP
GP570-SC31-24V
GP570-TC11
GP570-TC21-24VP
GP570-TC31-24V
GP57J-SC11
GP570-TV11
GP571-TC11
GP675-SC11
GP675-TC11
GP675-TC41-24VP
GP870-PV11
GP37W2-BG41-24V
GP377-LG11-24V
GP377-LG41-24V
GP377-SC11-24V
GP377-SC41-24V
GP377R-TC11-24V
GP377R-TC41-24V
GP477R-EG11
GP477R-EG41-24VP
GP577R-SC11
GP577R-SC41-24VP
GP577R-TC11
GP577R-TC41-24VP
GP Type
GPH70L
GPH70S
GP270L
GP270S
GP370L
GP-370S
GP470
GP570L
GP570
GP570VM
GP571T
GP675
GP870VM
GP37W2
GP377L
GP377S
GP377R
GP477R
GP577R
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Series
GP2000H
series
GP-2301H series
GP-2401H series
GP-2300 series
GP-2301 series
GP2000
series
GP-2400 series
GP-2401 series
GP-2500 series
GP-2501 series
Product
Name
Model
GP Type
GP-2301HL
GP2301H-LG41-24V
GP2301HL
GP-2301HS
GP2301H-SC41-24V
GP2301HS
GP-2401HT
GP2401H-TC41-24V
GP2401H
GP-2300L
GP-2300S
GP-2300T
GP-2301L
GP-2301S
GP-2301T
GP-2400T
GP-2401T
GP-2500L
GP-2500S
GP2300-LG41-24V
GP2300-SC41-24V
GP2300-TC41-24V
GP2301-LG41-24V
GP2301-SC41-24V
GP2301-TC41-24V
GP2400-TC41-24V
GP2401-TC41-24V
GP2500-LG41-24V
GP2500-SC41-24V
GP2500-TC11
GP2500-TC41-24V
GP2501-LG41-24V
GP2501-SC11
GP2501-TC11
GP2600-TC11
GP2600-TC41-24V
GP2601-TC11
GP2300L
GP2300S
GP2300
GP2301L
GP2301S
GP2301
GP2400
GP2401
GP2500L
GP2500S
GP-2500T
GP-2501L
GP-2501S
GP-2501T
GP-2600 series
GP-2600T
GP-2601 series
GP-2601T
GP2500
GP2501L
GP2501S
GP2501
GP2600
GP2601
‹ GLC Series
Series
GLC100 series
GLC300 series
Model
GP Type
GLC100L
GLC100-LG41-24V
GLC100S
GLC100-SC41-24V
GLC100S
GLC300T
GLC300-TC41-24V
GLC300T
GLC2300L
GLC2300-LG41-24V
GLC2300L
GLC2300T
GLC2300-TC41-24V
GLC2300
GLC2400 series
GLC2400T
GLC2400-TC41-24V
GLC2400*1
GLC2500 series
GLC2500T
GLC2600 series
GLC2600T
GLC100 series
GLC300 series
GLC2300 series
GLC2000 series
Product
Name
GLC2500-TC41-24V
GLC2500-TC41-200V
GLC2600-TC41-24V
GLC2500-TC41-200V
GLC100L
GLC2500
GLC2600*1
Data backup operation cannot be performed from a GP to which the
data has been transferred using the GP-PRO III or GP-PRO/PB III (MSDOS version).
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‹ LT Series
Series
LT Type A series
Type
LT Type A1
Model
GLC150-BG41-XY32SK-24V
GP Type
LT TypeA
LTC Type A1
GLC150-SC41-XY32SK-24V
LTC TypeA
LT Type A2
GLC150-BG41-XY32SC-24V
LT TypeA
LT Type B
GLC150-BG41-FLEX-24V
LT Type B/B+ series LT Type B+
LT Type C series
GLC150-BG41-XY32KF-24V
LTC Type B+
GLC150-SC41-XY32KF-24V
LT Type C
GLC150-BG41-RSFL-24V
LT TypeB/B+
LTC TypeB+
LT TypeC
GLC150-BG41-ADK-24V
LT series
LT Type H1
GLC150-BG41-ADPK-24V
LT TypeH
GLC150-BG41-ADTK-24V
GLC150-SC41-ADK-24V
LT Type H series
LTC Type H1
GLC150-SC41-ADPK-24V
LTC TypeH
GLC150-SC41-ADTK-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADC-24V
LT Type H2
GLC150-BG41-ADPC-24V
LT TypeH
GLC150-BG41-ADTC-24V
‹ ST Series
Series
Product name
Model
GP Type
ST400
ST400-AG41-24V
ST400
ST401
ST401-AG41-24V
ST401
ST402
ST402-AG41-24V
ST402
ST403
ST403-AG41-24V
ST403
ST series
‹ Factory Gateway
Product name
Factory Gateway
6
Model
FGW-SE41-24V
GP Type
Factory Gateway FGW-SE
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MANUAL SYMBOLS AND TERMINOLOGY
This manual uses the following symbols and terminology.
If you have any questions about the contents of this manual, please contact your
local Pro-face sales distributor. If you have any question about your personal
computer or the Windows® software, please contact your local distributor or
manufacturer.
„ Safety Symbols and Terms
This manual uses the following symbols and terms for important information
related to the correct and safe operation of this product.
Symbol
Description
Incorrect operation resulting from negligence of this instruction may cause
death or serious injury.
Incorrect operation resulting from negligence of this instruction may cause
personal injury or damage to equipment.
Failure to observe this instruction may cause abnormal operation of
equipment or data loss.
Instructions / procedures that must be performed to ensure correct product
use.
Actions / procedures that should NOT be performed.
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1 Overview of the PC Transfer Tool
1.1 PC Transfer Tool
As illustrated below, PC Transfer Tool is a software program that allows you to
download data easily to GP or upload data from GP even when the GP Screen
creation software “GP-PRO/PB III for Windows C-Package” is not installed to the
PC.
The files are downloaded or uploaded in backup file format (***.MEM) *1. This
eliminates the risk of being edited in the process of transferring the files to the GP
on the production site in maintenance operations.
Make sure that the Transfer cable (GPW-CB02) and USB transfer cable (GPWCB03) are connected and that Ethernet connection is established when operating
PC Transfer Tool.
Notebook PC that is portable to the production site:
With PC Transfer Tool installed
Backup file
(***.MEM)*2
Restore
(Send)
Backup file
(Receive)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Filing data (ZF*****.BIN)
CSV data transfer data (ZR*****.CSV)
Image screen (ZI*****.BIN)
Sound data (ZO*****.BIN)
Logged data (ZL*****.CSV)
Trend graph data (ZT*****.CSV)
Sampled data (ZS*****.CSV)
Screen capture/Video capture
(CP*****.JPG)
• Alarm data (ZA/ZH/ZG/Z4-8*****.CSV)
• Backup SRAM data (ZD*****.BIN)
Verify
Sending
(Comparison) CF files
Receiving
CF files
CF
CF Card
*1 Backup files refer to all of the data items in the GP (system data, communication protocol,
extended programs, and screen data).
*2 A backup file (***.MEM) can be converted to a project file (***.prw) on a PC to which CPackage03 SP1 or later version is installed.
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2 Operation of the PC Transfer Tool
2.1 Start-up and Initial Setting of the PC Transfer Tool
2.1.1
Installing the PC Transfer Tool
„ Pre-installation Check
Before starting the installation, make sure to exit all programs including anti-virus
software.
„ Installation Procedure
1. Start the [GPmntset.exe] program file in which the installer is stored.
2. When the installer starts up, follow the instructions on the screen to complete
the installation procedure.
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2.1.2
Operational Procedure
Startup
"2.1.3 Starting and
Exiting the PC Transfer
Tool"
The settings vary depending on the
Communication Settings GP series
"2.1.4 Communication
Settings"
Restore
Backup
"2.2 Receiving the GP
Data (Backup)"
"2.3 Sending the Edited
Screen Data to the GP
(Restore)"
Shutdown
"2.1.3 Starting and Exiting the PC Transfer Tool"
* To verify (compare) the data in the backup file with the source data in the GP:
”2.4 Comparing the Data with the GP Data (Verify)”
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2.1.3
Starting and Exiting the PC Transfer Tool
„ Starting the PC Transfer Tool
1. Select Programs from the Start menu, and then click on [GPmnt].
2. The PC Transfer Tool starts up.
„ Exiting the PC Transfer Tool
1. Click the [File/Exit] commands.
2. The system exits the PC Transfer Tool.
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2.1.4
Communication Settings
Configure the communication settings for sending or receiving backup files. The
communication settings can be configured by selecting the [Settings/Communication Setup] commands.
The maximum data transmission speed (baud rate) that can be set
varies depending on the GP series. The following settings are recommended.
GP series
GP70 series
GLC100 series
GP77R series
GP2000 series
GLC2000 series
LT series
ST series
Factory Gateway
Baud rate
38400 bps
115200 bps
„ SIO Settings
COM.PORT
Specify the serial port to which the transfer cable will be connected.
BAUDRATE
Specify the communication speed.
WRITETIMEOUT
Specify the duration (sec) in the write operation after which a communication
error is detected.
READTIMEOUT
Specify the duration (sec) in the read operation after which a communication
error is detected.
RETRY
Specify the number of times to retry sending the data when the transfer fails.
„ Ethernet Settings
When performing Ethernet communications, select [Ethernet] on the dialog box
below, and then click the [Set] button.
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To execute file transmissions, select the target GP from the GP units connected to
the network (select from the “Node List” dialog box), and perform the file transmission.
When “ETHERNET” is selected from the Communication Setup dialog box,
COM.PORT and BAUDRATE options are grayed out. Configuring these options is
not required.
Clicking the Network data search button on the Node List dialog box will display
the [Network Data Search] dialog box.
The GP on the Ethernet can be searched using the IP address. The search result is
displayed in the [Node List/Send Screen] dialog box. The second and following
search is to be performed using the same search criteria as the previous search.
The Network data search button
• Refer to the example (EX) and enter a numerical value to the IP
Address field. When data other than a numerical value (e.g.
character) is entered, the data starting from the entry to the end of
the IP Address is recognized as “0”.
• In an environment where two or more LAN cards are used, the
search for the desired GP may fail. This is because the OS searches
for GP units that are connected to the LAN card that the OS has
found first. In this case, enter the IP address of the desired GP unit
directly.
• The Port is set to "8000" at default. Change the setting according to
your system configuration.
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2.2 Receiving the GP Data (Backup)
This section describes the procedure for saving a project in the GP as a backup file
(***.MEM), such as system data, communication protocol, extended programs,
screen data, and backup SRAM data. If you want to edit the backup file later using
the C-Package, make the backup file by following the data saving procedure
described in "2.2.1 Saving a Backup File (Reusable)".
Backup file (***.MEM)
Project
When saving a backup file that will be edited again:
“2.2.1 Saving a Backup File (Reusable)”
When saving a backup file that will not be edited again:
“2.2.2 Saving a Backup File (Non-reusable)”
• Data backup operation cannot be performed from a GP to which the
data has been transferred using the GP-PRO III or GP-PRO/PB III
(MS-DOS version).
• Upload information needs to be transferred to the GP before editing
backup files.
2.2.1
Saving a Backup File (Reusable)
This section describes the procedure for saving a backup file in a format that
enables editing in the future.
By automatically generating the filename, the created backup file (***.MEM) is
converted to a project file (***.prw) by the C-Package, allowing the user to edit
the file.
„ Saving the File
1. Select [Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
Status window
(Displays the process and result of the
backup operation.)
To monitor the status of transmission, select the "Detail Mode".
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2. Click the Backup icon or the [Action/BackUp] commands.
Backup icon
3. Enter the name of the folder to which the backup file will be saved, and select
the [Backup file name automatic selection] checkbox.
Since the filename and extension are generated automatically, enter
only the folder name to which you want to save the file.
4. Click the [OK] button to start the backup processing.
When password-protection has been set up, a dialog box appears that prompts you to
enter the transfer password.
5. The information for the connected device is displayed. Click the [OK] button
to start the backup operation.
6. The backup file is saved in “BK***.MEM” format in the folder that is specified in step 3.
Only a MEM file whose filename conforms to the format of
“BK****.MEM” (where “****” indicates the identification code of your
GP) can be specified as the source data for the conversion.
For the identification code:
(Core ID) Code”.
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2.2.2
Saving a Backup File (Non-reusable)
This section describes the procedure for saving a backup file that will not require
editing using the C-Package in the future.
The filename can be assigned as desired. However, a backup file (***.MEM)
created using this method cannot be converted to a project file (***.prw) for
future editing.
„ Saving the File
1. Similarly to the procedure in “2.2.1 Saving a Backup File (Reusable)”, select
[Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
2. Click the Backup icon or the [Action/BackUp] commands.
Backup icon
3. Enter the folder name and filename + extension (.MEM) to which you want to
save the backup file.
* Click on the Browse button. Select the
folder name to which you want to store the
file, enter the filename, and then click
[Open].
4. Click the [OK] button to start the backup processing.
When password-protection has been set up, a dialog box appears that prompts you to
enter the password.
5. The information for the connected device is displayed. Click the [OK] button
to start the backup operation.
6. The backup file is saved in the folder that was specified in step 3.
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2.3 Sending the Edited Screen Data to the GP (Restore)
This section describes the procedure for transferring a backup file (***.MEM) to
the GP (restore operation). The transmission data includes system data, communication protocol, extended programs, screen data, and backup SRAM data.
Backup file (***.MEM)
Project
„ Transferring the File
1. Select [Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
Status window
(Displays the process and result
of the transfer operation.)
To monitor the status of transmission, select the "Detail Mode".
2. Click the Restore icon or the [Action/Restore] commands.
Restore icon
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3. Enter the name of the file to be transferred.
4. When the following dialog box appears on the screen, click the [OK] button.
5. The information for the connected device is displayed. Click the [OK] button
to start the restore operation.
6. The result of the transmission is displayed on the Status window.
Data can be transferred only to a GP whose model is the same as the
one from which the backup file is saved.
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2.4 Comparing the Data with the GP Data (Verify)
This section describes the procedure for comparing (verifying) the project file that
was downloaded to the GP with the backup file (***.MEM). The operation allows
the user to confirm that the backup data was created properly and that the result of
the transmission (restore operation) does not include any errors.
The data to be compared includes system data, communication protocol, extended
programs, and screen data.
Backup file (***.MEM)
Project
• When the comparison is complete, the connected GP is reset.
• This function compares the data in order to check whether the data
matches, and is not designed for searching for data disagreement.
„ Comparing the Data
1. Select [Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
Status window
(Displays the process and result of
the comparison.)
To monitor the status of transmission, select the "Detail Mode".
2. Click the Verify icon or the [Action/Verify] commands.
Verify icon
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3. Enter the name of the file to be compared.
4. The information for the connected device is displayed. Click the [OK] button
to start the comparison (verification) operation.
5. The following message indicating the result of the comparison is displayed on
the screen.
When matched
: “Processing is complete.”
When unmatched : “The verification found unmatched data.”
When matched:
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2.5 Receiving Data from the CF Card
This section describes the procedure for receiving data stored in the CF Card.
CF
Data stored in CF Card
Make sure that the CF Card is inserted into the slot before executing
the data receive operation.
The data to be received are as follows.
Folder
\file
\log
\data
\capture
\mrm
\trend
\alarm
\Sram
Data Saved
Filing Data
CSV data transfer data
Logged data
Image screens
Sound data
Screen capture
Video capture
GP backup data (MRM files)
Trend graph data
Sampled data
Alarm data
· Active or block-1 data
· History or block-2 data
· Log or block-3 data
· Block-4 data
· Block-5 data
· Block-6 data
· Block-7 data
· Block-8 data
Backup SRAM data
File Name
ZF*****.BIN
ZR*****.CSV
ZL*****.CSV
ZI*****.BIN
ZO*****.BIN
CP*****.JPG
ZC00001.MRM (fixed)
ZT*****.CSV
ZS*****.CSV
ZA*****.CSV
ZH*****.CSV
ZG*****.CSV
Z4*****.CSV
Z5*****.CSV
Z6*****.CSV
Z7*****.CSV
Z8*****.CSV
ZD*****.BIN
„ Receiving the Data
1. Select [Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
Status window
(Displays the process and result of the
Receive CF File operation.)
To monitor the status of transmission, select the "Detail Mode".
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2. Click the Receive CF File icon or the [Action/CF file reception].
3. Enter the name of the folder in which the data from the CF Card will be saved.
Click the [OK] button to start the Receive CF File operation.
* The folders and files in the CF Card are
received.
The "data" folder and "file" folder are generated automatically on the level immediately below the specified folder, and data is received.
4. The result of the file transmission is displayed on the Status window.
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2.6 Sending Data to CF Card
This section describes the procedure for sending files to the CF Card.
CF
Sending data to CF Card
Make sure that the CF Card is inserted into the slot before executing
the data send operation.
This data to be sent are as follows.
Folder
\file
\log
\data
\capture
\mrm
\trend
\alarm
\Sram
Data Saved
Filing Data
CSV data transfer data
Logged data
Image screens
Sound data
Screen capture
Video capture
GP backup data (MRM files)
Trend graph data
Sampled data
Alarm data
· Active or block-1 data
· History or block-2 data
· Log or block-3 data
· Block-4 data
· Block-5 data
· Block-6 data
· Block-7 data
· Block-8 data
Backup SRAM data
File Name
ZF*****.BIN
ZR*****.CSV
ZL*****.CSV
ZI*****.BIN
ZO*****.BIN
CP*****.JPG
ZC00001.MRM (fixed)
ZT*****.CSV
ZS*****.CSV
ZA*****.CSV
ZH*****.CSV
ZG*****.CSV
Z4*****.CSV
Z5*****.CSV
Z6*****.CSV
Z7*****.CSV
Z8*****.CSV
ZD*****.BIN
„ Sending the Data
1. Select [Simple Mode] or [Detail Mode] from the [View] menu.
Status window
(Displays the process and result of
the Send CF File operation.)
To monitor the status of transmission, select the "Detail Mode".
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2. Click the Send CF File icon or the [Action/CF file transmission] commands.
Send CF Card icon
3. Enter the name of the folder that will be sent to the CF Card. Click the [OK]
button to start the Send CF File operation.
In case the specified file exists on the CF File, the file will be overwritten.
4. The result of the file transmission is displayed on the Status window.
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3 Conversion from a MEM File to a PRW File
3.1 Precautions on File Conversion
This section describes the procedure for converting a backup file (***.MEM) to a
project file (***.prw) using the C-Package03 SP1 or later version.
Only a backup file whose filename conforms to the “BK****.MEM”
format (“****” indicates the identification code of your GP) can be
specified as the source data for the conversion.
For the identification code:
(Core ID) Code”.
“Appendix 1: Identification
Even when the filename has been changed (renamed) to another
desired name using the CF Memory Loader Tool, the file can be
specified as the source file for the conversion by changing the
filename back to the above format.
For details:
Operation Manual”.
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4 List of Error Messages
4.1 List of Error Messages
The error messages shown below are displayed in the PC transfer tool dialog box’s
status window or warning dialog box.
Message
Please check a power supply or
a cable.
Processing was interrupted by
operation.
Description
Displayed when the power supply of the GP is shut off or the
cable is disconnected during communication.
Displayed when the “Interrupt” operation was executed during
communication.
Displayed when the frequency of timeouts exceeded the
Retry over
specified frequency of retrials during communication.
The internal file may be absent.Download “PC transfer tool”
Reading ILOADER went wrong.
again from our company’s Web site.
Data which is not in agreement Displayed when inconsistent data was found by “Verify”
by verification.
processing.
Apparatus information is not
A model other than the applicable ones is connected. For
registered.
applicable models, refer to the List of Applicable Models.
Displayed when it was found by “Verify” or “Restore” that the
CORE-ID is different.
core ID in the MEM file was different from the core ID of the
connected model.
Displayed when it was found by “Verify” or “Restore” that the
IO-CODE is different.
IO code in the MEM file was different from the IO code of the
connected model.
Timeout...
Displayed when timeout occurred during communication.
Displayed when a value outside the specified range was input
The value besides the range is
at communication setting processing. Check the
set up.
Communication Settings parameters again.
Password is wrong. Please input Displayed when the password entered on the password input
again.
screen is incorrect.
When a password input was
Displayed when you failed in password input 3 times in
carried out, the retry error
succession, and operation was interrupted by force.
occurred.
Displayed when the CF card is not inserted into the GP or
There is no CF card.
the CF card is not applicable to the model at CF send/receive
processing.
Discontinuation processing is
carrying out. ... Please wait for a Displayed when “Interrupt” processing takes time.
while.
It is not a model corresponding Displayed when the CF card is not applicable to the model at
to CF card.
CF send/receive processing.
It is not CF folder composition of Displayed if the “DATA” and “FILE” folders do not exist in the
GP.
specified folder when sending the data to the CF card.
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Appendix
A.1 Identification (Core ID) Code
‹ GP Series
Product Name
GP-H70L
GP-H70S
GP-270L
GP-270S
GP-370L
GP-370S
GP-470E
GP-570S
GP-570T
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Model
GPH70-LG11-24V
GPH70-LG41-24VP
GPH70-SC11-24V
GPH70-SC41-24VP
GP270-LG11-24V
GP270-LG21-24VP
GP270-LG31-24V
GP270-SC11-24V
GP270-SC21-24VP
GP270-SC31-24V
GP370-LG11-24V
GP370-LG21-24VP
GP370-LG31-24V
GP370-LG41-24VP
GP370-SC11-24V
GP370-SC21-24VP
GP370-SC31-24V
GP370-SC41-24VP
GP470-EG11
GP470-EG21-24VP
GP470-EG31-24V
GP570-SC11
GP570-SC21-24VP
GP570-SC31-24V
GP570-TC11
GP570-TC21-24VP
GP570-TC31-24V
Identification Code
0018
0019
0010
0011
0014
0015
0020
0024
0024
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Product Name
GP-570VM
GP-571T
GP-675S
GP-675T
GP-870VM
GP-377L
GP-377S
GP-377RT
GP-477RE
GP-577RS
GP-577RT
GP-2301HL
GP-2301HS
GP-2401HT
GP-2300L
GP-2300S
GP-2300T
GP-2301L
GP-2301S
GP-2301T
GP-2400T
GP-2401T
GP-2500L
GP-2500S
GP-2500T
GP-2501L
GP-2501S
GP-2501T
GP-2600T
GP-2601T
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Model
GP570-TV11
GP571-TC11
GP675-SC11
GP675-TC11
GP675-TC41-24VP
GP870-PV11
GP377-LG11-24V
GP377-LG41-24V
GP377-SC11-24V
GP377-SC41-24V
GP377R-TC11-24V
GP377R-TC41-24V
GP477R-EG11
GP477R-EG41-24VP
GP577R-SC11
GP577R-SC41-24VP
GP577R-TC11
GP577R-TC41-24VP
GP2301H-LG41-24V
GP2301H-SC41-24V
GP2401H-TC41-24V
GP2300-LG41-24V
GP2300-SC41-24V
GP2300-TC41-24V
GP2301-LG41-24V
GP2301-SC41-24V
GP2301-TC41-24V
GP2400-TC41-24V
GP2401-TC41-24V
GP2500-LG41-24V
GP2500-SC41-24V
GP2500-TC11
GP2500-TC41-24V
GP2501-LG41-24V
GP2501-SC11
GP2501-TC11
GP2600-TC11
GP2600-TC41-24V
GP2601-TC11
Identification Code
002C
0029
0034
0034
0038
0258
0259
0255
0260
0265
0265
2240
2242
2244
2252
2253
2256
2250
2251
2254
2261
2262
226F
226D
2266
226A
2268
2267
2276
2277
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‹ GLC Series
Product Name
GLC100L
GLC100S
GLC300T
GLC2300L
GLC2300T
GLC2400T
Model
GLC100-LG41-24V
GLC100-SC41-24V
GLC300-TC41-24V
GLC2300-LG41-24V
GLC2300-TC41-24V
GLC2400-TC41-24V
GLC2500-TC41-24V
GLC2500-TC41-200V
GLC2600-TC41-24V
GLC2600-TC41-200V
Identification Code
0014
0015
0265
225A
225E
2269
Model
GLC150-BG41-XY32SK-24V
GLC150-SC41-XY32SK-24V
GLC150-BG41-XY32SC-24V
GLC150-BG41-FLEX-24V
GLC150-BG41-XY32KF-24V
GLC150-SC41-XY32KF-24V
GLC150-BG41-RSFL-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADK-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADPK-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADTK-24V
GLC150-SC41-ADK-24V
GLC150-SC41-ADPK-24V
GLC150-SC41-ADTK-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADC-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADPC-24V
GLC150-BG41-ADTC-24V
Identification Code
024C
024E
024C
024C
024C
024E
024D
Model
ST400-AG41-24V
ST401-AG41-24V
ST402-AG41-24V
ST403-AG41-24V
Identification Code
4240
4241
4242
4243
Product Name
Model
Identification Code
Factory Gateway
FGW-SE41-24V
2248
GLC2500T
GLC2600T
226E
227E
‹ LT Series
Type
LT Type A1
LTC Type A1
LT Type A2
LT Type B
LT Type B+
LTC Type B+
LT Type C
LT Type H1
LTC Type H1
LT Type H2
024C
024E
024C
‹ ST Series
Product Name
ST400
ST401
ST402
ST403
‹ Factory Gateway
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