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1 Index A
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Index
A
ASCII Table, H--2
Auxiliary Functions, 3--8, A--2
accessing
with DirectSOFT, A--3
with the Handheld, A--3
B
Bases
conventional specifications, F--5
expansion, 4--9, F--8
installing modules, 2--9, 2--11
local, 4--9, F--8
mounting dimensions, 2--10
power wiring, 2--13
setting base jumpers, F--10
setting switches, 4--11, F--10
Slot Numbering, 2--25
Specifications, 4--5
Battery
CPU indicator, 9--2
replacement, 9--2
I/O Modules, Troubleshooting, 9--13
C
Clock and Calendar, 3--9
Communication
ports, 3--5
setting addresses, 3--10
Communications, Problems, 9--12
Configuration
I/O
automatic check, A--5
selecting a new configuration, A--5
viewing, A--5
I/O examples, F--11–F--19
Convergence Stages, 7--19, 7--25
Conventional I/O Numbering, F--2
CPU
battery, 9--2
Battery Backup, 3--6
clearing memory, 3--9, A--4
Diagnostics, 3--15
features, 3--2, 3--4
Indicators, 9--9
Mode Operation, 3--12
Mode Switch, 3--4
Port 1 Specifications, 3--5
Port 2 Specifications, 3--5
Scan Time, 3--18
setup, 3--7
clearing memory, 3--9
initializing system memory, 3--9
Specifications, 3--3
Status Indicators, 3--4
D
Diagnostics, 9--3
Dimensions, 2--10
DirectNET, 4--22
DirectNET Port Configuration, 4--24
Network Master Operation, 4--30
Network Slave Operation, 4--25
Discrete Input, specifications, 2--28–2--39
Discrete Output, specifications, 2--40–2--54
DL405 Aliases, 3--30
Drum instructions, 6--12
Drum sequencers, 6--2
Drum step transitions, 6--4
Duplicate Reference Check, A--4
E
Emergency Stop Switch, 2--3
Error Codes
fatal, 9--3
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listing, B--2–B--9
non--fatal, 9--3
Program, 9--8
special relays assigned to, 9--5
System, 9--7
V--memory locations for, 9--4
European Directives, J--2
Expansion Bases, 4--9, 4--10, & F--8 to F--9
F
Fatal Errors, 9--3, 9--7
Forcing I/O, 3--13, 9--24
G
Grounding, 2--6 to 2--7 & 2--8 to 2--9
I
I/O Modules
address switch (base), 4--11, F--10
configuration, A--5
power up check, A--5
viewing, A--5
configuration history, F--2
diagnostics, A--5
discrete input specifications, 2--28–2--39
discrete output specifications, 2--40–2--54
example configurations, F--11–F--19
numbering, F--2, F--3
placement, 4--3–4--7, F--4–F--6
point requirements, F--3
I/O Modules Wiring, 2--24, 2--26
I/O Response Time, 3--16
I/O Wiring Strategies, 2--14
Initial Stages, 7--5, 7--23
Input Modules
specifications, 2--28–2--39
wiring diagrams, 2--28–2--39
Installation
base, mounting dimensions, 2--10
component dimensions, 2--10
grounding, 2--4–2--5
installing modules, 2--9, 2--11
local and expansion bases, 4--9, F--8
panel design specifications, 2--4
Instruction Set, index table, 5--3
Instructions, 5--2
execution times, C--2–C--23
stage, 7--23
stage programming, 7--2
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J
Jump Instruction, 7--7 & 7--24
Jumpers, on bases, F--10
Jumpers, on bases, 4--11
L
Local Bases, 4--9, F--8
M
Masked drums, 6--18
Math Instructions, 5--77
Memory, G--2
clearing, 3--9
program memory, A--4
V--memory, A--4
Control Relay Bit Map, 3--31, 3--33
DL350 Memory Map, 3--29
initializing system memory, 3--9
map, 3--23
Scratch Pad Memory, 3--9
Stage Bit Map, 3--35
X input/Y output map, 3--30, 3--32
MODBUS, 4--22
MODBUS Port Configuration, 4--23
Network Master Operation, 4--30
Network Slave Operation, 4--25
Mode Switch, 3--4
Module Placement, 4--3
Module Power Requirement, 4--5
Mounting
Guidelines, 2--4
Panel, 2--5, 2--7
N
Netork Address, A--6
Network Address, 3--10
Non--fatal Errors, 9--3
Number Conversions, 5--103
Numbering Systems
BCD, I--5
Binary, I--2
Floating Point, I--6
Hexadecimal, I--3
Octal, I--4
O
Output Modules
power disconnect, 2--3
specifications, 2--40–2--54
wiring diagrams, 2--40–2--54
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P
Part Numbering Scheme, 1--8
Password Protection, 3--10
PID
Analog Filter, 8--54
Bumpless Transfer, 8--13, 8--27
Cascade Control, 8--63
Tuning, 8--65
Control Introduction, 8--4
DirectSOFT 5 Filter, 8--55
DL450 Control, 8--6
Error Flags, 8--18
Error Term Selection, 8--33
Example Program, 8--70
Loop Modes, 8--28, 8--53
On/Off Control, 8--66
Operation, 8--9
Parameters, 8--32
PID View, 8--49–8--51
Ramp/Soak, 8--39
Reset Windup, 8--10, 8--34
Special Features, 8--52
Time Proportioning, 8--66
PID Alarms
Alarm Features, 8--3
Auto Tuning Error, 8--48
Hysteresis, 8--13, 8--36, 8--38
Monitor Limit, 8--35
Overflow/Underflow Error, 8--38
Programming Error, 8--38
PV Deviation, 8--36
Rate--of--Change, 8--13, 8--37
Setup Alarms, 8--35
PID Loop
Alarms, 8--13
Configure, 8--26
Features, 8--2, 8--3
Feedforward Control, 8--68
Freeze Bias, 8--11, 8--34
Loop Definitions, 8--21
Mode, 8--28
Operating Modes, 8--14
Special Loop Calculations, 8--14
Setup, 8--18
Terminology, 8--74
Time--Proportioning Control, On/Off Control
Example, 8--67
Transfer Mode, 8--27
Troubleshooting Tips, 8--72
Tuning, 8--40
Auto , 8--45
Manual, 8--41–8--44
PID Mode 2 Word Description, 8--23
PID Mode Setting 1 Description, 8--22
PID Position Algorithm, 8--9, 8--15
Position Form, 8--9
PID Velocity Algorithm, 8--9
Algorithm Form, 8--12
Velocity Algorithm, 8--15
PLC Numbering System, 3--21
Power Budget, 4--5
Example, 4--7
Power Indicator, 9--10
Programming
changing I/O references, A--4
checking for duplicate references, A--4
checking the program syntax, A--4
clearing memory, A--4
instruction execution times, C--2–C--23
instruction set index, 5--3
R
Ramp/Soak Generator, 8--56
Controls, 8--59
DirectSOFT Example, 8--61
Flag Bit Description Table, 8--24
Profile Monitoring, 8--60
Table, 8--57
Table Flags, 8--59
Table Location, 8--25
Test the Profile, 8--62
Testing, 8--60
Remote I/O
Port Connections, 4--18
Remote I/O Expansion, 4--16
Retentive Memory, 3--10
RLLPLUS, instructions, 7--23–7--29
Run Relay, F--7
Run Time Edits, 9--22
S
Safety
emergency switch, 2--3
guidelines, 2--2–2--3
levels of protection, 2--2
output module power disconnect, 2--3
panel design specifications, 2--4
planning for, 2--2
sources of assistance, 2--2
Scan Time, 3--18
Sinking/Sourcing, 2--17
Special Relays, 9--5
Specifications
component weights, E--2
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discrete input modules, 2--28–2--39
discrete output modules, 2--40–2--54
panel design, 2--4
Stage Counter instruction, 7--16
Stage programming, 7--2
convergence, 7--19
four steps to writing a stage program, 7--9
garage door opener example, 7--10
initial stages, 7--5
instructions, 7--23–7--29
introduction, 7--2
jump instruction, 7--7
managing large programs, 7--21
mutually exclusive transitions, 7--14
parallel processes, 7--12
parallel processing concepts, 7--19
power flow transition, 7--18
program organization, 7--15
questions and answers, 7--29
stage view, 7--28
state transition diagrams, 7--3
supervisor process, 7--17
timer inside stage, 7--13
unconditional outputs, 7--18
Stages, blocks, 7--27
System
component dimensions, 2--10
memory initialization, 3--9
panel design specifications, 2--4
V--Memory, 3--27
System design strategies, 4--2
T
Timed drum, 6--12
Troubleshooting, 9--16
cabinet air environment, 9--2
error codes, B--2
special relays for, 9--5
V--memory locations for, 9--4
fatal errors, 9--3
finding diagnostic information, 9--3
I/O modules, A--5
selecting a new configuration, A--5
low battery, 9--2
machine startup and program, 9--17
non--fatal errors, 9--3
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W
Watchdog Timer, A--6
Wiring, base power supply, 2--13
V
Velocity algorithm, 8--30
W
Watchdog Timer, A--6
Wiring, base power supply, 2--11
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