RKC INSTRUMENT SR Mini HG SYSTEM H-PCP-J Instruction manual

SR Mini HG SYSTEM
Power Supply/CPU Module
H-PCP-J
PLC Communication
Instruction Manual
[For OMRON PLC]
®
RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
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CAUTION
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- If input/output or signal lines within the building are longer than 30 meters.
- If input/output or signal lines leave the building, regardless the length.
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high-voltage connections such as power supply terminals must be enclosed in the
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equipment.
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failure, or incorrect action.
The power must be turned off before repairing work for input break and output failure including
replacement of sensor, contactor or SSR, and all wiring must be completed before power is
turned on again.
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lines from high currents with a suitable overcurrent protection device with adequate breaking
capacity such as fuse, circuit breaker, etc.
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electric shock, fire or malfunction.
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panel with a hard object.
 Do not connect modular connectors to telephone line.
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on while hold action is in operation. Take measures to prevent overheating which may occur if
the control device fails.
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process control, computer technology and communications.
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CONTENTS
Page
1. OUTLINE ............................................................................... 1
2. COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS ................................ 3
3. CONNECTIONS .................................................................... 4
4. SETTING ON THE H-PCP-J MODULE SIDE ....................... 6
4.1 PLC Data Memory Address Setting ................................................................. 6
4.2 Protocol Selection and Communication Setting ............................................... 8
4.3 PLC Scanning Time Setting............................................................................. 9
5. SETTING ON THE PLC SIDE ............................................. 10
6. COMMUNICATION DATA .................................................. 11
6.1 Request Command and Data Transfer .......................................................... 11
6.2 Data Processing Precautions ........................................................................ 15
6.3 Communication Data List............................................................................... 17
7. DATA MAP.......................................................................... 24
7.1 Reference to Data Map ................................................................................. 24
7.2 Data Map List ................................................................................................ 25
8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR .................... 31
8.1 Setting on The H-PCP-J Module Side ........................................................... 33
8.2 Setting on The PLC Side ............................................................................... 37
8.3 Communication Data List............................................................................... 38
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1. OUTLINE
This manual describes the communication function of the SR Mini HG SYSTEM and the OMRON
programmable controller (hereafter called PLC).
This manual is attached when the model code of H-PCP-J module is H-PCP-J--D
-03E.
For details of the H-PCP-J module, see the Power Supply/CPU Module H-PCP-J
Instruction Manual (IMS01J02-E).
This manual should be used in conjunction with Hardware Quick Manual (IMS01V01-E).
The SR Mini HG SYSTEM can be connected to the OMRON SYSMAC series without using any
program.
The SR Mini HG SYSTEM occupies the fixed area in the PLC data memory for each unit address.
The control unit for SR Mini HG SYSTEM consists of the H-PCP-J module and temperature control
function modules.
RS-422A
PLC
OMRON
SYSMAC series
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
or
RS-232C
Converter
RS-422A
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
RS-422A
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
RS-422A
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
(Up to 4 units)
In addition, the SR Mini HG SYSTEM can be monitored only current transformer (CT) input.
For the data, see the 8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR (P. 31).
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1. OUTLINE
 Usable units (OMRON SYSMAC series)
Name
Type
High-order link unit
C200H-LK202-V1, C500-LK203, C120-LK202-V1
(SYSMAC C series), etc.
CPU unit with a built in
communication port
CPU unit of SYSMAC CS1 series
Serial communication board
CS1W-SCB41 (SYSMAC CS1 series), etc.
 Usable modules (SR Mini HG SYSTEM)
The following function module data can be used in PLC communication (see “Data map” on page 24).
In addition, data on other modules connected (TI, AI, AO, etc.) can be used on one more
communication port (RKC communication or Modbus).
Function module
Type
Temperature control module
H-TIO-A H-TIO-B H-TIO-C H-TIO-D H-TIO-E
H-TIO-F H-TIO-G H-TIO-H H-TIO-J H-TIO-P
H-TIO-R
Position proportioning control
module *
H-TIO-K
Speed control module *
H-SIO-A
Cascade control module *
H-CIO-A
Current transformer input
module
H-CT-A (Up to 20 points/control unit are available)
* There is restriction on usable data. Only data described in 6.3 Communication Data List (P. 17)
can be used.
For the function modules, see the Hardware Quick Manual (IMS01V01-E) or Hardware
Instruction Manual (IMSRM15-E).
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2. COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS
Interface:
Based on RS-422A, EIA standard
Connection method:
RS-422A: 4-wire system, multi-drop connection
Synchronous method:
Start/stop synchronous type
Communication speed:
9600 bps, 19200 bps, 38400 bps
Communication speed can be selected with switch
Data bit configuration:
Start bit:
Data bit:
Parity bit:
Stop bit:
Protocol:
OMRON SYSMAC C mode command protocol
Unit number (Model number) 00
Usable command:
C mode command
RD: Word device read for each word
WD: Word device write for each word
CPU operation mode:
Program mode or monitor mode
Change it to monitor mode automatically when started with RUN mode.
Maximum connections:
4 control units per communication port of PLC
For the current transformer (CT) monitor function, 16 control units per
communication port of PLC
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7
Even
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3. CONNECTIONS
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WARNING
To prevent electric shock or instrument failure, turn off the power before
connecting or disconnecting the instrument and peripheral equipment.
CAUTION
 Connect connectors correctly in the right position. If it is forcibly pushed in with pins in
the wrong positions, the pins may be bent resulting in instrument failure.
 When connecting or disconnecting the connectors, do not force it too far to right and left
or up and down, but move it on the straight. Otherwise, the connector pins may be bent,
causing instrument failure.
 When disconnecting a connector, hold it by the connector itself. Disconnecting
connectors by yanking on their cables can cause breakdowns.
 To prevent malfunction, never touch the contact section of a connector with bare hands
or with hands soiled with oil or the like.
 To prevent malfunction, connect cable connectors securely, then firmly tighten the
connector fastening screws.
 To prevent damage to cables, do not bend cables over with excessive force.
 If the instrument is easily affected by noise, use the ferrite core at the both ends of the
communication cable (nearest the connector).
 RS-422A
 Pin layout of modular connector (RS-422A)
COM.PORT1
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
H-PCP-J module
R (A)
R (B)
SG
T (B)
T (A)
SG
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 Connector pin number and signal details (RS-422A)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal name
Receive data
Receive data
Signal ground
Send data
Send data
Signal ground
Symbol
R (A)
R (B)
SG
T (B)
T (A)
SG
 Diagram of RS-422A wiring
Pair wire
H-PCP-J
()
(+)
()
PLC
OMRON
SYSMAC series
T (A)
5
SDA
T (B)
4
SDB
SG
3
SG
R (A)
1
RDA
R (B)
2
RDB
SG
6
(+)
Shielded twisted pair wire
The 6-pin type modular connector should be used for the connection to the H-PCP-J module.
Recommended model: TM4P-66P (Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.,)
Because there is not SG, in case of SYSMAC CS1 series, electric wiring is unnecessary.
Customer is requested to prepare a communication cable fit for the control unit to be
connected by the PLC.
 Connection using our cable
Connection cable W-BF-01 * (RKC product) can be used to connect the PLC. If noise is a factor,
customer should use a twisted pair cable (not included) or something to that effect.
* Shields of the cable are connected to SG (No. 6 pin) of the H-PCP-J connector.
H-PCP-J
Label symbol
Red
W-BF-01
RS-422A
SG
Blue
T (A)
Black
SG
SDA
White R (A)
SDB
RDA
Orange R (B)
RDB
T (B)
Connect to the
COM. PORT1
PLC
OMRON
SYSMAC series
Cable type: W-BF-01-3000 (RKC product, Sold separately)
[Standard cable length: 3 m]
When wiring is to be made with W-BF-01 cable, connect as instructed in the above picture.
(Just use the label symbol for leadwire identification and ignore the contents.)
The details of the connectable connector for the PLC please also read the instruction manual
for the used PLC.
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4. SETTING ON THE H-PCP-J MODULE SIDE
4.1 PLC Data Memory Address Setting
Set the data memory address of each control unit using the unit address setting switch at the front of
the H-PCP-J module. For this setting, use a small blade screwdriver.
Unit address setting switch
456
CD
AB E
23
F01
7 89
Setting range:
0 to 15 (0 to F: hexadecimal)
H-PCP-J module
Up to 4 SR Mini HG SYSTEMs can be connected to a PLC communication port. Therefore the data
memory address uses the 4 SR Mini HG SYSTEMs as a group. The SR Mini HG SYSTEMs
connected to the same PLC communication port sets the address in the same group.
Set unit address of each group including 0, 4, 8 and C by all means. 0, 4, 8 and C work
as a master of communication transfer.
Set unit address within address range of PLC (CPU unit) to use.
Group
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
6
Unit address setting switch
PLC data memory address
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
D1000 to D1499
D1500 to D1999
D2000 to D2499
D2500 to D2999
D3000 to D3499
D3500 to D3999
D4000 to D4499
D4500 to D4999
D5000 to D5499
D5500 to D5999
D6000 to D6499
D6500 to D6999
D7000 to D7499
D7500 to D7999
D8000 to D8499
D8500 to D8999
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Setting example:
PLC
When group 2 is used
Unit address 4
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
Data memory
address:
D3000 to D3499
Unit address 5
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
Data memory
address:
D3500 to D3999
Address in the same
group is set
Unit address 6
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
Data memory
address:
D4000 to D4499
Unit address 7
SR Mini HG SYSTEM
control unit
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address:
D4500 to D4999
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4.2 Protocol Selection and Communication Setting
Match the setting of data bit configuration, communication speed and communication protocol with
the PLC communication specification by COM.PORT1/COM.PORT2 setting switch (SW2).
Setting example to recommend is shown in the following.
COM.PORT1/COM.PORT2
setting switch (SW2)
H-PCP-J module
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Data bit configuration
Communication speed
(Set the same as PLC.)
Communication protocol
Factory set value: All OFF
Right side view
 Data bit configuration
SW2
Data bit configuration
1
2
ON
ON
Data 7-bit, Even parity, Stop 2-bit
 Communication speed
SW2
Set the same as PLC.
Communication speed
3
4
OFF
OFF
9600 bps
ON
OFF
19200 bps
OFF
ON
38400 bps
ON
ON
Don't set this one
 Protocol
SW2
8
5
6
7
8
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Protocol
OMRON SYSMAC series special protocol
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4.3 PLC Scanning Time Setting
Set the PLC scanning time (time of waiting for a response from the PLC) so as to adapt to the
environment used. The PLC scanning time is set via host communication (RKC communication
or Modbus).
PLC scanning time setting
Setting range: 0 to 3000 ms (Factory set value: 10 ms)
[Setting example]
Set PLC scanning time to any value more than twice as long as the maximum scanning time of PLC.
If PLC scanning time is extremely short (When at a factory set value of 10 ms as an
example), the SR Mini HG SYSTEM may detect the time-out not conducting normal
communication processing.
The maximum scanning time of PLC differs depending on the CPU processing speed, I/O
unit configuration and the user program capacity of the PLC.
For the PLC scanning time setting (Identifier ST), see the Power Supply/CPU Module
H-PCP-J Instruction Manual (IMS01J02-E).
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5. SETTING ON THE PLC SIDE
Set the PLC as follows. (Recommend setting example)
Item
Description
Serial communication mode
High-order link
Unit number (Model number)
0
Start bit
1
Data bit
7
Stop bit
2
Parity bit
Even
Transmission speed
Set the same as SR Mini HG SYSTEM
I/O port selection
RS-422A
Synchronization selection
Internal synchronization
CTS selection
0 V (always ON)
5 V supply
OFF
Termination resistor
Termination resistor is inserted
The setting item varies depending on the PLC. The details of the setting procedure for the
PLC please also read the instruction manual for the used PLC.
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6.1 Request Command and Data Transfer
Data transfer between PLC and SR Mini HG SYSTEM are executed by request command.
 Request command “0: Monitor (PLC  SR Mini HG SYSTEM)”
Command which status requests the SR Mini HG SYSTEM to write data such as temperature
measured values, etc. (attribute: RO) to the PLC side.
The SR Mini HG SYSTEM always repeats data writing until “1: Setting” or “2: Set value monitor”
is set to the request command.
The PCP communication is set to “1: Writing on monitor data” during data transfer.
 Request command “1: Setting (PLC  SR Mini HG SYSTEM)”
Command which requests the SR Mini HG SYSTEM to read data such as temperature set values,
etc. (attribute: R/W or WO) from the PLC side. Just when “1: Setting” is set to the request
command, the SR Mini HG SYSTEM starts reading the data from the PLC side.
The PCP communication status is set to “2: Reading out setting data” during data transfer. After the
data is transferred, the request command and PCP communication status returns to “0: Monitor”
and “1: Writing on monitor data,” respectively.
 Request command “2: Set value monitor (PLC  SR Mini HG SYSTEM)”
Command which requests the SR Mini HG SYSTEM to write data such as temperature set values,
etc. (attribute: R/W) to the PLC side. Just when “2: Set value monitor” is set to the request
command, the SR Mini HG SYSTEM starts writing the data to the PLC side.
The PCP communication status is set to “3: Writing on setting data” during data transfer. After the
data is transferred, the request command and PCP communication status returns to “0: Monitor”
and “1: Writing on monitor data,” respectively.
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6. COMMUNICATION DATA
 Data transfer procedures
Change each set value of SR Mini HG SYSTEM from the PLC after the initial settings
are made.
If each set value of SR Mini HG SYSTEM is changed from the PLC without setting the
initial values, it is re-written to 0 with each set value of the PLC at that time set to 0.
 Initial Setting (When transmit data of temperature setting values from SR Mini HG
SYSTEM to PLC)
Start
Turn on power of
each instrument
Set “2” to the request
command
NO
PCP communication
state = 3 ?
When 2 (Set value monitor) is set to request command,
the SR Mini HG SYSTEM starts writing the data items
such as temperature set value, etc. (attribute: R/W) to
the PLC side.
If 3 (Writing on setting data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that SR
Mini HG SYSTEM data items such as temperature set
value, etc. (attribute: R/W) are being written into the
PLC.
YES
Wait time
NO
PCP communication
state = 1 ?
YES
Reserve data write time as wait time. In addition,
process data in each item as indefinite during this
period.
Waiting time (for 38400 bps):
Approx. 1 second/control unit
If 1 (Writing on monitor data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that
SRV data items such as temperature set value, etc.
(attribute: R/W) have been written to start writing SR
Mini HG SYSTEM data items such as temperature
measured values (PV), etc. (attribute: RO) into the
PLC.
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 Data setting (When transmit data of temperature setting values from PLC to SR Mini
HG SYSTEM)
Start
Set temperature set value
(SV) and other setting data
to each register (memory)
in the PLC.
Set “1” to the request
command
[Data setting]
When 1 (Setting) is set to request command, the SR
Mini HG SYSTEM starts reading the temperature set
value data set to the register (memory) on the PLC
side.
NO
PCP communication
state = 2 ?
If 2 (Reading out setting data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that
temperature set values data are being read from the
PLC.
YES
Wait time
NO
PCP communication
state = 1 ?
YES
Reserve data read time as wait time. In addition,
process data in each item as indefinite during this
period.
Waiting time (for 38400 bps):
Approx. 2 seconds/control unit
If 1 (Writing on monitor data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that
temperature set value data have been read to start
writing SR Mini HG SYSTEM data items such as
temperature measured values (PV) etc. (attribute: RO)
into the PLC.
A
Continued on the next page.
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6. COMMUNICATION DATA
Continued from the previous page.
A
Set “2” to the request
command
NO
PCP communication
state = 3 ?
[Confirmation of setting data]
When 2 (Set value monitor) is set to request command,
the SR Mini HG SYSTEM starts writing the temperature
set value data set to the PLC side.
If 3 (Writing on setting data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that SR
Mini HG SYSTEM temperature set value data are being
written into the PLC.
YES
Wait time
NO
PCP communication
state = 1 ?
YES
Reserve data write time as wait time. In addition,
process data in each item as indefinite during this
period.
Waiting time (for 38400 bps):
Approx. 1 second/control unit
If 1 (Writing on monitor data) is set to PCP
communication state in the PLC, this indicates that
temperature set values have been written to start
writing SR Mini HG SYSTEM data items such as
temperature measured values (PV), etc. (attribute: RO)
into the PLC.
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6.2 Data Processing Precautions
 With PLC communication, the maximum number of channels per unit address is 20.
 Read data of unused channel and undefined address is 0.
 The data type is treated as binary data with a sign and without a decimal point. For this reason,
carefully express and set the data. (excluding the TIO status)
[Example] Heat-side proportional band
Initial value of internal data: 3.0
Communication data:
30
 If the data range error occurs during data setting, “Setting error” (bit 8 in the TIO status) is set to
ON in the channel where the error occurs. The SR Mini HG SYSTEM continues operation at the
present set value without updating the data.
Any attempt to write to an unused channel is not processed as an error.
 The autotuning (AT) function starts its execution with PID/AT transfer and the request command
set to “1: AT operation” and “1: Setting,” respectively. After the autotuning function finishes its
execution, PID/AT transfer returns to “0: PID control operation” and thus the PID constants are
updated.
 When the PLC communication status is selected by selecting the H-PCP-J module DO type
(Identifier VU), the digital output (DO) is turned on or off according to the status of
communication between the H-PCP-J module and PLC.
Communication error
PLC communication status
(H-PCP-J module DO)
Operation mode
When the communication is error
after the power ON immediately
OFF
“1: Monitor”
When the communication is error
during operation
OFF
Same as mode before the
communication error
If communication between the H-PCP-J module and PLC is ready, the PLC communication status
(H-PCP-J module DO) is turned on to enable operation to continue.
The H-PCP-J module DO type selection (Identifier VU) is set by host communication. For
the host communication, see the Power Supply/CPU Module H-PCP-J Instruction
Manual (IMS01J02-E).
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 Some communication data may become invalid depending on the module selection or the
configuration of the SR Mini HG System control unit.
If any one of the conditions listed below occurs and data items written are within the setting range,
read data becomes 0. Under these conditions, no error response message will occur.
 When heat/cool control, manual output value and auto/manual transfer are invalid.
 When heat control, cool-side manipulated output, cool-side proportional band and
overlap/deadband are invalid.
 When ON/OFF control, cool-side manipulated output, heat-side and cool-side proportional band,
integral time, derivative time and overlap/deadband are invalid.
 When the H-CT-A module is not provided, current transformer input measured value and heater
break alarm set value are invalid.
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6.3 Communication Data List
 Name
: Item stored in the memory area.
[ ]: The functional module name that data becomes valid is written.
 Attributes
RO: At the time of request command “0: Monitor,” SR Mini HG SYSTEM writes in data.
(SR Mini HG SYSTEM  PLC)
R/W: At the time of request command “1: Setting,” SR Mini HG SYSTEM read out data.
At the time of request command “2: Set value monitor,” SR Mini HG SYSTEM
writes in data. (SR Mini HG SYSTEM  PLC)
WO: At the time of request command “1: Setting,” SR Mini HG SYSTEM read out data.
(SR Mini HG SYSTEM  PLC)
 Structure
C: Data for each channel
U: Data for each unit address
Name
Temperature set value
(SV)

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
Attri- Strucbute
ture
R/W
C
Motor speed set value 
[H-SIO-A]
Factory
set value
Data range
TC/RTD input:
Within input range (Within setting limiter)
Current/voltage input:
Within display scale range
(Within setting limiter)
Within display scale range
(Within setting limiter)
Alarm 1 set value 
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
Alarm 2 set value 
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
TC/RTD input:
Within input range or span range
Current/voltage input, H-SIO-A:
Within display scale range or span range
0
The position
of the decimal
point differs
depending on
the input
range.
See Factory
set value
table of
Alarm 1/
Alarm 2
set value *
* Factory set value table of Alarm 1/Alarm 2 set value
Input type
TC/RTD input
Current/voltage input
H-SIO-A
1
Alarm type
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high alarm, Deviation
high/low alarm, Band alarm
Deviation low alarm
No alarm function
Process high alarm
Process low alarm
Deviation high alarm, Deviation
high/low alarm, Band alarm
Deviation low alarm
No alarm function
Alarm 1 set value
Input range (high limit)
Input range (low limit)
50 C 1
Alarm 2 set value
Input range (high limit)
Input range (low limit)
50 C 1
50 C 1
Input range (high limit)
100 (100.0) %
0 (0.0) %
50 (50.0) %
50 C 1
Input range (low limit)
100 (100.0) %
0 (0.0) %
50 (50.0) %
50 (50.0) %
100 (100.0) %
50 (50.0) %
100 (100.0) %
The position of the decimal point differs depending on the input range.
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Continued from the previous page.
Attribute
Structure
Heater break alarm
set value
[H-CT-A]
R/W
C
0.0 to 100.0 A or 0.0 to 30.0 A
For the current transformer (CT) input of the
H-CT-A module.
Allocates the channels for H-TIO- module
to the input channels of H-CT-A module by
CT channel setting.
For the CT channel setting, see the Power
Supply/CPU Module H-PCP-J Instruction
Manual (IMS01J02-E).
0.0
Operation mode transfer
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
0: Unused
If set to “Unused,” no control, monitor or
alarm monitor is performed.
1: Monitor
If set to “Monitor,” only the monitor is
performed. No control or alarm monitor is
performed.
2: Alarm
If set to “Alarm,” monitor or alarm
monitor is performed. No control is
performed.
3: Normal
Selected to normal mode to perform
control, monitor or alarm monitor.
3
Auto/Manual transfer
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
R/W
C
0: Auto
1: Manual
Setting will be invalid in ON/OFF control
and heat/cool control.
0
Manual output value
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
R/W
C
5.0 to 105.0 %
Setting will be invalid in ON/OFF control
and heat/cool control.
0.0
Overlap/deadband 
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
R/W
C
10.0 to 10.0 % of span
0.0
Heat-side proportional
band

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
H-TIO-,
H-CIO-A:
3.0
H-SIO-A:
300.0
Cool-side proportional
band

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
R/W
C
0.1 to 1000.0 % of span
3.0
Name
Factory
set value
Data range
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Continued from the previous page.
Attribute
Structure
Integral time

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
1 to 3600 seconds
H-TIO-,
H-CIO-A:
240
H-SIO-A:
2
Derivative time

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
0 to 3600 seconds (0: PI action)
H-TIO-,
H-CIO-A:
60
H-SIO-A:
0
PID/AT transfer *
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
0: PID control operation
1: AT (Autotuning) operation
Name
Factory
set value
Data range
0
The autotuning (AT) function starts its
execution with PID/AT transfer and the
request command set to “1: AT operation”
and “1: Setting,” respectively. After the
autotuning function finishes its execution,
PID/AT transfer returns to “0: PID control
operation.”
* Autotuning (AT) is the function which automatically measures, calculates and sets the optimum PID
constants according to the set temperature.
Caution for using the Autotuning (AT)
When a temperature change (UP and/or Down) is 1C or less per minute during
Autotuning, Autotuning may be cancelled before calculating PID values. In that case,
adjust the PID values manually. It is possible to happen when the set value is around
the ambient temperature or is close to the maximum temperature achieved by the load.
The following is the conditions necessary to carry out autotuning and the conditions which will cause
the autotuning to stop.
Conditions necessary for autotuning:
The autotuning should be executed after satisfying all of the following conditions:
 Operation mode conditions:
 Auto/Manual transfer
 Auto mode
 PID/AT transfer
 PID control mode
 Control RUN/STOP transfer  Control RUN mode
 The measured value (PV) is without input error range [Input error determination point (high) 
Measured value (PV)  Input error determination point (low)].
 The output limiter high limit should be more than 0.1 % and the output limiter low limit should be
less than 99.9 %.
 When operation mode is set to “Normal (Can be controlled ).”
When the autotuning is finished, the display of each channel automatically returns to “0: PID control
operation.”
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Continued from the previous page.
Conditions which will cause the autotuning to stop:
 When the temperature set value (SV) is changed.
 When the memory area is changed.
 When the PV bias value is changed.
 When the AT bias value is changed.
 When transfer to Manual mode using the Auto/Manual transfer.
 When the measured value (PV) goes to input error range [Measured value (PV)  Input error
determination point (high) or Input error determination point (low)  Measured value (PV)].
 When the power is cut off.
 When FAIL occurs in the module whose channel is under the autotuning. Otherwise, when FAIL
occurs in the H-PCP-J module.
 When transfer to the PID control mode by the PID/AT transfer.
 When operation mode is set to “Unused,” “Monitor” or “Alarm.”
 When the Control RUN/STOP function is changed to the “Control STOP” function.
When the above-mentioned conditions to stop the autotuning occurs, the autotuning is
immediately stopped and switch over to the PID control mode. The PID constants
return to the values at the start of the autotuning.
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Continued from the previous page.
Name
Temperature measured
value (PV)
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
Attribute
Structure
RO
C
Motor speed measured
value
[H-SIO-A]
Data range
Factory
set value
TC/RTD input:
Within input range
Current/voltage input:
Within display scale range

Within display scale range

Heat-side manipulated
output value
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
RO
C
0.5 to 105.0 %

Cool-side manipulated
output value
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A]
RO
C
0.5 to 105.0 %

Current transformer
input measured value
[H-CT-A]
RO
C
0.0 to 100.0 A or 0.0 to 30.0 A
Current transformer (CT) input measured
value of the H-CT-A module.
Allocates the channels for H-TIO- module
to the input channels of H-CT-A module by
CT channel setting.
For the CT channel setting, see the Power
Supply/CPU Module H-PCP-J Instruction
Manual (IMS01J02-E).

TIO status
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
RO
C
Each operation status is assigned as a bit
image in binary numbers.
Bit data
bit 0: Heat-side manipulated output status
bit 1: Unused
bit 2: Alarm 1 status
bit 3: Alarm 2 status
bit 4: Burnout status
bit 5: Heater break alarm status
bit 6: Control loop break alarm (LBA) status
bit 7: Temperature rise completion status
bit 8: Setting error
bit 9 to 15: Unused
Data 0: OFF
1: ON
bit 15 ·························· bit 0

Bit image: 0000000000000000
[Decimal number: 0 to 509]
Set value monitor
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
RO
C
TC/RTD input:
Within input range
Current/voltage input, H-SIO-A:
Within display scale range

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Continued from the previous page.
Attribute
Structure
Request command
[H-PCP-J]
R/W
U
0: Monitor
Command which requests the SR Mini HG
SYSTEM to write data such as temperature
measured values, etc. (attribute: RO) to the
PLC side.
The SR Mini HG SYSTEM always repeats
data writing until “1: Setting” or “2: Set
value monitor” is set to the request
command. The PCP communication status
is set to “1: Writing on monitor data”
during data transfer.
1: Setting
Command which requests the SR Mini HG
SYSTEM to read data such as temperature
set values, etc. (attribute: R/W or WO)
from the PLC side. Just when “1: Setting”
is set to the request command, the SR Mini
HG SYSTEM starts reading the data from
the PLC side.
The PCP communication status is set to
“2: Reading out setting data” during data
transfer. After the data is transferred, the
request command and PCP communication
status returns to “0: Monitor” and
“1: Writing on monitor data,” respectively.
2: Set value monitor
Command which requests the SR Mini HG
SYSTEM to write data such as temperature
set values, etc. (attribute: R/W) to the PLC
side. Just when “2: Set value monitor” is
set to the request command, the SR Mini
HG SYSTEM starts writing the data to the
PLC side.
The PCP communication status is set to
“3: Writing on setting data” during data
transfer. After the data is transferred, the
request command and PCP communication
status returns to “0: Monitor” and
“1: Writing on monitor data,” respectively.
0
PCP communication
status
[H-PCP-J]
RO
U
1: Writing on monitor data
During monitor data of attribute RO is
written to PLC
2: Reading out setting data
During setting data of attribute R/W or
WO is read from PLC
3: Writing on setting data
During setting data of attribute R/W is
written to PLC

Name
Factory
set value
Data range
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Continued from the previous page.
Name
Attribute
StrucData range
ture
U
The numbers 0 and then 1 are repeated in
every communication period.
The SR Mini HG SYSTEM rewrites 0 and 1
in this area alternately like 0  1  0 in
every communication period. It is possible to
determine whether or not the SR Mini HG
SYSTEM makes communication by
monitoring this area periodically using the
PLC program.
Factory
set value

PCP normal
communication flag
[H-PCP-J]
RO
Memory area number
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
WO
U
1 to 8
Data reading is always made from the PLC
regardless of the request command. Any
numeric value other than 1 to 8 becomes
invalid.
Changing the memory area automatically
writes each set value to the PLC.

Control RUN/STOP
transfer *
[H-PCP-J]
WO
U
0: Control STOP
1: Control RUN

PV bias
[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
5.00 to 5.00 % of span
ZK-1103 specification:
Input span to Input span
Setting change rate
limiter

[H-TIO-, H-CIO-A,
H-SIO-A]
R/W
C
0.0 to 100.0 % of span/minute
0.00
ZK-1103:
0a
0.0
* When the control RUN/STOP holding setting is set to “Not hold” or “Hold”:
The control RUN/STOP transfer setting is always read from the PLC regardless of the request
command. Any numeric value other than 0 and 1 becomes invalid.
When the control RUN/STOP holding setting is set to “Start-up from control RUN status”:
As the control RUN/STOP transfer setting is always set to “1: Control RUN,” any value set to the
control RUN/STOP transfer becomes invalid.
The Control RUN/STOP holding (Identifier X1) is set by host communication. For the host
communication, see the Power Supply/CPU Module H-PCP-J Instruction Manual
(IMS01J02-E).
a
Unit (C, F, etc.) and decimal point position (No decimal place, One decimal place, Two decimal
places or Three decimal places) depends on input range type.
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7.1 Reference to Data Map
This data map summarizes the data (data memory) addresses, channels and names that can be used
with PLC. For details on each data range, see the 6.3 Communication Data List (P. 17).
(b)
(a)
(c)
Unit
address
0
Unit
address
1
Unit
address
2
Unit
address
3
D1000 to
D1019
D1500 to
D1519
D2000 to
D2019
D2500 to
D2519
Temperature set value (SV)
D1020 to
D1039
D1520 to
D1539
D2020 to
D2039
D2520 to
D2539
Alarm 1 set value
Name
CH1 to CH20
CH1 to CH20
(a) Unit address: Unit address of SR Mini HG SYSTEM
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(b) Name:
Data names
(c) Address:
Data (data memory) addresses
Data memory address is expressed in decimal number
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7.2 Data Map List
 Unit address 0 to 3 (Group 1)
Unit
address
0
Unit
address
1
Unit
address
2
Unit
address
3
D1000 to
D1019
D1020 to
D1039
D1040 to
D1059
D1060 to
D1079
D1080 to
D1099
D1100 to
D1119
D1120 to
D1139
D1140 to
D1159
D1160 to
D1179
D1180 to
D1199
D1200 to
D1219
D1220 to
D1239
D1240 to
D1259
D1260 to
D1279
D1280 to
D1299
D1300 to
D1319
D1320 to
D1339
D1340 to
D1359
D1360 to
D1379
D1380
D1500 to
D1519
D1520 to
D1539
D1540 to
D1559
D1560 to
D1579
D1580 to
D1599
D1600 to
D1619
D1620 to
D1639
D1640 to
D1659
D1660 to
D1679
D1680 to
D1699
D1700 to
D1719
D1720 to
D1739
D1740 to
D1759
D1760 to
D1779
D1780 to
D1799
D1800 to
D1819
D1820 to
D1839
D1840 to
D1859
D1860 to
D1879
D1880
D2000 to
D2019
D2020 to
D2039
D2040 to
D2059
D2060 to
D2079
D2080 to
D2099
D2100 to
D2119
D2120 to
D2139
D2140 to
D2159
D2160 to
D2179
D2180 to
D2199
D2200 to
D2219
D2220 to
D2239
D2240 to
D2259
D2260 to
D2279
D2280 to
D2299
D2300 to
D2319
D2320 to
D2339
D2340 to
D2359
D2360 to
D2379
D2380
D2500 to
D2519
D2520 to
D2539
D2540 to
D2559
D2560 to
D2579
D2580 to
D2599
D2600 to
D2619
D2620 to
D2639
D2640 to
D2659
D2660 to
D2679
D2680 to
D2699
D2700 to
D2719
D2720 to
D2739
D2740 to
D2759
D2760 to
D2779
D2780 to
D2799
D2800 to
D2819
D2820 to
D2839
D2840 to
D2859
D2860 to
D2879
D2880
Request command
D1381
D1881
D2381
D2881
PCP communication status
D1382
D1882
D2382
D2882
PCP normal communication flag
Name
Temperature set value (SV)
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 1 set value
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 2 set value
CH1 to CH20
Heater break alarm set value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
Operation mode transfer
CH1 to CH20
Auto/Manual transfer
CH1 to CH20
Manual output value
CH1 to CH20
Overlap/deadband
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Integral time
CH1 to CH20
Derivative time
CH1 to CH20
PID/AT transfer
CH1 to CH20
Temperature measured value (PV)
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Current transformer input measured value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
TIO status
CH1 to CH20
Set value monitor
CH1 to CH20
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Continued from the previous page.
Unit
address
0
Unit
address
1
Unit
address
2
Unit
address
3
D1383 to
D1389
D1390
D1883 to
D1889
D1890
D2383 to
D2389
D2390
D2883 to
D2889
D2890
D1391
D1392 to
D1399
D1400 to
D1419
D1420 to
D1439
D1440 to
D1499
D1891
D1892 to
D1899
D1900 to
D1919
D1920 to
D1939
D1940 to
D1999
D2391
D2392 to
D2399
D2400 to
D2419
D2420 to
D2439
D2440 to
D2499
D2891
D2892 to
D2899
D2900 to
D2919
D2920 to
D2939
D2940 to
D2999
Name
Do not use this address range
Memory area number
Control RUN/STOP transfer
Do not use this address range
PV bias
CH1 to CH20
Setting change rate limiter
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
 Unit address 4 to 7 (Group 2)
Unit
address
4
Unit
address
5
Unit
address
6
Unit
address
7
D3000 to
D3019
D3020 to
D3039
D3040 to
D3059
D3060 to
D3079
D3080 to
D3099
D3100 to
D3119
D3120 to
D3139
D3140 to
D3159
D3160 to
D3179
D3180 to
D3199
D3200 to
D3219
D3220 to
D3239
D3500 to
D3519
D3520 to
D3539
D3540 to
D3559
D3560 to
D3579
D3580 to
D3599
D3600 to
D3619
D3620 to
D3639
D3640 to
D3659
D3660 to
D3679
D3680 to
D3699
D3700 to
D3719
D3720 to
D3739
D4000 to
D4019
D4020 to
D4039
D4040 to
D4059
D4060 to
D4079
D4080 to
D4099
D4100 to
D4119
D4120 to
D4139
D4140 to
D4159
D4160 to
D4179
D4180 to
D4199
D4200 to
D4219
D4220 to
D4239
D4500 to
D4519
D4520 to
D4539
D4540 to
D4559
D4560 to
D4579
D4580 to
D4599
D4600 to
D4619
D4620 to
D4639
D4640 to
D4659
D4660 to
D4679
D4680 to
D4699
D4700 to
D4719
D4720 to
D4739
Name
Temperature set value (SV)
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 1 set value
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 2 set value
CH1 to CH20
Heater break alarm set value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
Operation mode transfer
CH1 to CH20
Auto/Manual transfer
CH1 to CH20
Manual output value
CH1 to CH20
Overlap/deadband
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Integral time
CH1 to CH20
Derivative time
CH1 to CH20
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Unit
address
4
Unit
address
5
Unit
address
6
Unit
address
7
D3240 to
D3259
D3260 to
D3279
D3280 to
D3299
D3300 to
D3319
D3320 to
D3339
D3340 to
D3359
D3360 to
D3379
D3380
D3740 to
D3759
D3760 to
D3779
D3780 to
D3799
D3800 to
D3819
D3820 to
D3839
D3840 to
D3859
D3860 to
D3879
D3880
D4240 to
D4259
D4260 to
D4279
D4280 to
D4299
D4300 to
D4319
D4320 to
D4339
D4340 to
D4359
D4360 to
D4379
D4380
D4740 to
D4759
D4760 to
D4779
D4780 to
D4799
D4800 to
D4819
D4820 to
D4839
D4840 to
D4859
D4860 to
D4879
D4880
Request command
D3381
D3881
D4381
D4881
PCP communication status
D3382
D3383 to
D3389
D3390
D3882
D3883 to
D3889
D3890
D4382
D4383 to
D4389
D4390
D4882
D4883 to
D4889
D4890
PCP normal communication flag
D3391
D3392 to
D3399
D3400 to
D3419
D3420 to
D3439
D3440 to
D3499
D3891
D3892 to
D3899
D3900 to
D3919
D3920 to
D3939
D3940 to
D3999
D4391
D4392 to
D4399
D4400 to
D4419
D4420 to
D4439
D4440 to
D4499
D4891
D4892 to
D4899
D4900 to
D4919
D4920 to
D4939
D4940 to
D4999
Name
PID/AT transfer
CH1 to CH20
Temperature measured value (PV)
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Current transformer input measured value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
TIO status
CH1 to CH20
Set value monitor
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
Memory area number
Control RUN/STOP transfer
Do not use this address range
PV bias
CH1 to CH20
Setting change rate limiter
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
 Unit address 8 to B (Group 3)
Unit
address
8
Unit
address
9
Unit
address
A
Unit
address
B
D5000 to
D5019
D5020 to
D5039
D5040 to
D5059
D5060 to
D5079
D5500 to
D5519
D5520 to
D5539
D5540 to
D5559
D5560 to
D5579
D6000 to
D6019
D6020 to
D6039
D6040 to
D6059
D6060 to
D6079
D6500 to
D6519
D6520 to
D6539
D6540 to
D6559
D6560 to
D6579
Name
Temperature set value (SV)
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 1 set value
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 2 set value
CH1 to CH20
Heater break alarm set value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
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Unit
address
8
Unit
address
9
Unit
address
A
Unit
address
B
D5080 to
D5099
D5100 to
D5119
D5120 to
D5139
D5140 to
D5159
D5160 to
D5179
D5180 to
D5199
D5200 to
D5219
D5220 to
D5239
D5240 to
D5259
D5260 to
D5279
D5280 to
D5299
D5300 to
D5319
D5320 to
D5339
D5340 to
D5359
D5360 to
D5379
D5380
D5580 to
D5599
D5600 to
D5619
D5620 to
D5639
D5640 to
D5659
D5660 to
D5679
D5680 to
D5699
D5700 to
D5719
D5720 to
D5739
D5740 to
D5759
D5760 to
D5779
D5780 to
D5799
D5800 to
D5819
D5820 to
D5839
D5840 to
D5859
D5860 to
D5879
D5880
D6080 to
D6099
D6100 to
D6119
D6120 to
D6139
D6140 to
D6159
D6160 to
D6179
D6180 to
D6199
D6200 to
D6219
D6220 to
D6239
D6240 to
D6259
D6260 to
D6279
D6280 to
D6299
D6300 to
D6319
D6320 to
D6339
D6340 to
D6359
D6360 to
D6379
D6380
D6580 to
D6599
D6600 to
D6619
D6620 to
D6639
D6640 to
D6659
D6660 to
D6679
D6680 to
D6699
D6700 to
D6719
D6720 to
D6739
D6740 to
D6759
D6760 to
D6779
D6780 to
D6799
D6800 to
D6819
D6820 to
D6839
D6840 to
D6859
D6860 to
D6879
D6880
Request command
D5381
D5881
D6381
D6881
PCP communication status
D5382
D5383 to
D5389
D5390
D5882
D5883 to
D5889
D5890
D6382
D6383 to
D6389
D6390
D6882
D6883 to
D6889
D6890
PCP normal communication flag
D5391
D5392 to
D5399
D5400 to
D5419
D5420 to
D5439
D5440 to
D5499
D5891
D5892 to
D5899
D5900 to
D5919
D5920 to
D5939
D5940 to
D5999
D6391
D6392 to
D6399
D6400 to
D6419
D6420 to
D6439
D6440 to
D6499
D6891
D6892 to
D6899
D6900 to
D6919
D6920 to
D6939
D6940 to
D6999
Name
Operation mode transfer
CH1 to CH20
Auto/Manual transfer
CH1 to CH20
Manual output value
CH1 to CH20
Overlap/deadband
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Integral time
CH1 to CH20
Derivative time
CH1 to CH20
PID/AT transfer
CH1 to CH20
Temperature measured value (PV)
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Current transformer input measured value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
TIO status
CH1 to CH20
Set value monitor
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
Memory area number
Control RUN/STOP transfer
Do not use this address range
PV bias
CH1 to CH20
Setting change rate limiter
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
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7. DATA MAP
 Unit address C to F (Group 4)
Unit
address
C
Unit
address
D
Unit
address
E
Unit
address
F
D7000 to
D7019
D7020 to
D7039
D7040 to
D7059
D7060 to
D7079
D7080 to
D7099
D7100 to
D7119
D7120 to
D7139
D7140 to
D7159
D7160 to
D7179
D7180 to
D7199
D7200 to
D7219
D7220 to
D7239
D7240 to
D7259
D7260 to
D7279
D7280 to
D7299
D7300 to
D7319
D7320 to
D7339
D7340 to
D7359
D7360 to
D7379
D7380
D7500 to
D7519
D7520 to
D7539
D7540 to
D7559
D7560 to
D7579
D7580 to
D7599
D7600 to
D7619
D7620 to
D7639
D7640 to
D7659
D7660 to
D7679
D7680 to
D7699
D7700 to
D7719
D7720 to
D7739
D7740 to
D7759
D7760 to
D7779
D7780 to
D7799
D7800 to
D7819
D7820 to
D7839
D7840 to
D7859
D7860 to
D7879
D7880
D8000 to
D8019
D8020 to
D8039
D8040 to
D8059
D8060 to
D8079
D8080 to
D8099
D8100 to
D8119
D8120 to
D8139
D8140 to
D8159
D8160 to
D8179
D8180 to
D8199
D8200 to
D8219
D8220 to
D8239
D8240 to
D8259
D8260 to
D8279
D8280 to
D8299
D8300 to
D8319
D8320 to
D8339
D8340 to
D8359
D8360 to
D8379
D8380
D8500 to
D8519
D8520 to
D8539
D8540 to
D8559
D8560 to
D8579
D8580 to
D8599
D8600 to
D8619
D8620 to
D8639
D8640 to
D8659
D8660 to
D8679
D8680 to
D8699
D8700 to
D8719
D8720 to
D8739
D8740 to
D8759
D8760 to
D8779
D8780 to
D8799
D8800 to
D8819
D8820 to
D8839
D8840 to
D8859
D8860 to
D8879
D8880
Request command
D7381
D7881
D8381
D8881
PCP communication status
D7382
D7383 to
D7389
D7882
D7883 to
D7889
D8382
D8383 to
D8389
D8882
D8883 to
D8889
PCP normal communication flag
Name
Temperature set value (SV)
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 1 set value
CH1 to CH20
Alarm 2 set value
CH1 to CH20
Heater break alarm set value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
Operation mode transfer
CH1 to CH20
Auto/Manual transfer
CH1 to CH20
Manual output value
CH1 to CH20
Overlap/deadband
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side proportional band
CH1 to CH20
Integral time
CH1 to CH20
Derivative time
CH1 to CH20
PID/AT transfer
CH1 to CH20
Temperature measured value (PV)
CH1 to CH20
Heat-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Cool-side manipulated output value
CH1 to CH20
Current transformer input measured value
(H-CT-A module)
CH1 to CH20
TIO status
CH1 to CH20
Set value monitor
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
Continued on the next page.
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7. DATA MAP
Continued from the previous page.
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Unit
address
C
Unit
address
D
Unit
address
E
Unit
address
F
D7390
D7890
D8390
D8890
Memory area number
D7391
D7392 to
D7399
D7400 to
D7419
D7420 to
D7439
D7440 to
D7499
D7891
D7892 to
D7899
D7900 to
D7919
D7920 to
D7939
D7940 to
D7999
D8391
D8392 to
D8399
D8400 to
D8419
D8420 to
D8439
D8440 to
D8499
D8891
D8892 to
D8899
D8900 to
D8919
D8920 to
D8939
D8940 to
D8999
Control RUN/STOP transfer
Name
Do not use this address range
PV bias
CH1 to CH20
Setting change rate limiter
CH1 to CH20
Do not use this address range
IMS01J04-E2
8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
Current transformer (CT) monitor function monitors only current transformer input.
Control unit is configured with H-PCP-J module and H-CT-A module to do current transformer (CT)
monitor. Data of functional module other than the H-CT-A module cannot be used. In addition, set the
communication protocol to “OMRON SYSMAC series special protocol [Current transformer (CT)
monitor].”
Maximum number of current transformer input points
Maximum 60 points/control unit
Maximum 960 points/communication port of PLC
This section describes the system configuration, switch setting and communication data of
current transformer (CT) monitor. For the communication specifications and connections,
see the following section.
 For the communication specifications, see the 2. COMMUNICATION
SPECIFICATIONS (P. 3).
 For the connections, see the 3. CONNECTIONS (P. 4).
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
 Current transformer (CT) monitor dedicated system configuration
SR Mini HG SYSTEM control unit
H-CT-A module
H-PCP-J
(10 modules max.)
module
PLC
OMRON SYSMAC series
RS-422A
RS-422A
SR Mini HG SYSTEM control unit
H-CT-A module
H-PCP-J
(10 modules max.)
module
RS-422A
Up to 16 control units per communication port of PLC
Maximum number of H-CT-A modules that can be connected to one control unit:
10 modules/control unit
Maximum number of control units that can be connected to one communication port
of PLC:
16 control units/communication port of PLC
 Usable units (OMRON SYSMAC series)
Name
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Type
High-order link unit
C200H-LK202-V1, C500-LK203, C120-LK202-V1
(SYSMAC C series), etc.
CPU unit with a built in
communication port
CPU unit of SYSMAC CS1 series
Serial communication board
CS1W-SCB41 (SYSMAC CS1 series), etc.
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
8.1 Setting on The H-PCP-J Module Side
 PLC data memory address setting
Set the data memory address of each control unit using the unit address setting switch at the front of
the H-PCP-J module. For this setting, use a small blade screwdriver.
Unit address setting switch
456
CD
AB E
23
F01
7 89
Setting range:
0 to 15 (0 to F: hexadecimal)
H-PCP-J module
Up to 16 SR Mini HG SYSTEMs can be connected to a PLC communication port.
Set unit address within address range of PLC (CPU unit) to use.
Unit address
setting
switch
0
1
2
3
4
5
PLC data
memory
address
D9000 to
D9059
D9961
D9060 to
D9119
D9962
D9120 to
D9179
D9963
D9180 to
D9239
D9964
D9240 to
D9299
D9965
D9300 to
D9359
D9966
Communication item
Unit address 0
Unit address 0
Unit address 1
Unit address 1
Unit address 2
Unit address 2
Unit address 3
Unit address 3
Unit address 4
Unit address 4
Unit address 5
Unit address 5
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Continued on the next page.
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
Continued from the previous page.
Unit address
setting
switch
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
PLC data
memory
address
D9360 to
D9419
D9967
D9420 to
D9479
D9968
D9480 to
D9539
D9969
D9540 to
D9599
D9970
D9600 to
D9659
D9971
D9660 to
D9719
D9972
D9720 to
D9779
D9973
D9780 to
D9839
D9974
D9840 to
D9899
D9975
D9900 to
D9959
D9976
Communication item
Unit address 6
Unit address 6
Unit address 7
Unit address 7
Unit address 8
Unit address 8
Unit address 9
Unit address 9
Unit address A
Unit address A
Unit address B
Unit address B
Unit address C
Unit address C
Unit address D
Unit address D
Unit address E
Unit address E
Unit address F
Unit address F
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Current transformer input measured value
CT1 to CT60
PCP normal communication flag
Data memory address D9960, D9977 to D9999: Do not use this address range
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
 Protocol selection and communication setting
Match the setting of data bit configuration, communication speed and communication protocol with
the PLC communication specification by COM.PORT1/COM.PORT2 setting switch (SW2).
Setting example to recommend is shown in the following.
COM.PORT1/COM.PORT2
setting switch (SW2)
H-PCP-J module
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Data bit configuration
Communication speed
(Set the same as PLC.)
Communication protocol
Factory set value: All OFF
Right side view
 Data bit configuration
SW2
Data bit configuration
1
2
ON
ON
Data 7-bit, Even parity, Stop 2-bit
 Communication speed
SW2
Set the same as PLC.
Communication speed
3
4
OFF
OFF
9600 bps
ON
OFF
19200 bps
OFF
ON
38400 bps
ON
ON
Don't set this one
 Protocol
SW2
5
6
7
8
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
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Protocol
OMRON SYSMAC series special protocol
[Current transformer (CT) monitor]
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
 PLC scanning time setting
Set the PLC scanning time (time of waiting for a response from the PLC) so as to adapt to the
environment used. The PLC scanning time is set via host communication (RKC communication
or Modbus).
PLC scanning time setting
Setting range: 0 to 3000 ms (Factory set value: 10 ms)
[Setting example]
Set PLC scanning time to any value more than twice as long as the maximum scanning time of PLC.
If PLC scanning time is extremely short (When at a factory set value of 10 ms as an
example), the SR Mini HG SYSTEM may detect the time-out not conducting normal
communication processing.
The maximum scanning time of PLC differs depending on the CPU processing speed, I/O
unit configuration and the user program capacity of the PLC.
For the PLC scanning time setting (Identifier ST), see the Power Supply/CPU Module
H-PCP-J Instruction Manual (IMS01J02-E).
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
8.2 Setting on The PLC Side
Set the PLC as follows. (Recommend setting example)
Item
Description
Serial communication mode
High-order link
Unit number (Model number)
0
Start bit
1
Data bit
7
Stop bit
2
Parity bit
Even
Transmission speed
Set the same as SR Mini HG SYSTEM
I/O port selection
RS-422A
Synchronization selection
Internal synchronization
CTS selection
0 V (always ON)
5 V supply
OFF
Termination resistor
Termination resistor is inserted
The setting item varies depending on the PLC. The details of the setting procedure for the
PLC please also read the instruction manual for the used PLC.
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8. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (CT) MONITOR
8.3 Communication Data List
Attributes
RO: SR Mini HG SYSTEM writes in data. (SR Mini HG SYSTEM  PLC)
If the power is turned on, SR Mini HG SYSTEM always writes data to PLC. As for the
setting of request command from PLC, there is not requirement.
The data type is treated as binary data with a sign and without a decimal point.
[Example] Current transformer input measured value
Initial value of internal data: 12.3
Communication data:
123
Attribute
Structure
Current transformer
input measured value
RO
C
PCP normal
communication flag
RO
Name
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Data range
0.0 to 100.0 A or 0.0 to 30.0 A
Factory
set value

Current transformer (CT) input measured
value of the H-CT-A module.
U
The numbers 0 and then 1 are repeated.

The SR Mini HG SYSTEM rewrites 0 and 1
in this area alternately like 0  1  0. It is
possible to determine whether or not the SR
Mini HG SYSTEM makes communication
by monitoring this area periodically using
the PLC program.
When SR Mini HG SYSTEM did not
communicate, flag does not change.
IMS01J04-E2
The first edition:
SEP. 2004 [IMQ00]
The second edition: FEB. 2013 [IMQ00]
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IMS01J04-E2
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