NS series Host Connection Manual

NS series Host Connection Manual
Cat. No. V085-E1-07
NS-Series
NS15-TX01[]-V2
NS12-TS0[](B)-V1/V2
NS10-TV0[](B)-V1/V2
NS8-TV0[](B)-V1/V2
NS8-TV1[](B)-V1
NS5-SQ0[](B)-V1/V2, NS5-SQ1[](B)-V2
NS5-TQ0[](B)-V2, NS5-TQ1[](B)-V2
NS5-MQ0[](B)-V2, NS5-MQ1[](B)-V2
Programmable Terminals
HOST CONNECTION MANUAL
Notice
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a
qualified operator and only for the purposes described in this manual.
! DANGER
The following conventions are used to indicate and classify precautions in this manual.
Always heed the information provided with them. Failure to heed precautions can result
in injury to people or damage to property.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
! WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
! Caution
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury, or property damage.
OMRON Product References
All OMRON products are capitalized in this manual. The word "Unit" is also capitalized when it
refers to an OMRON product, regardless of whether or not it appears in the proper name of the
product.
The abbreviation "Ch," which appears in some displays and on some OMRON products, often
means "word" and is abbreviated "Wd" in documentation in this sense.
The abbreviation "PLC" means Programmable Controller.
The abbreviation “host” means a controller, such as an IBM PC/AT or compatible computer,
that controls a PT (Programmable Terminal).
Visual Aids
The following headings appear in the left column of the manual to help you locate different
types of information.
Indicates information of particular interest for efficient and convenient operation of
Note
the product.
Reference
Indicates supplementary information on related topics that may be of interest to
the user.
1, 2, 3...
1. Indicates lists of one sort or another, such as procedures, checklists, etc.
CS1G-CPU [ ] [ ] -VI
Boxes in model numbers indicate variable characters. For example, "CS1G-CPU
[ ] [ ] -EV1" indicates the following models: CS1G-CPU42-EV1,
CS1G-CPU43-EV1, CS1G-CPU44-EV1, and CS1G-CPU45-EV1.
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publication.
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Contents
Notice ......................................................................................................................... 1
About this Manual .......................................................................................................... 3
Related Manuals ............................................................................................................ 4
Terminology ................................................................................................................... 5
Introduction .................................................................................................................... 6
Section 1 Possible Combinations
1-1List of combinations
1-2CX-Designer and System Program version
Section 2 Connection of Temperature Controller
2-1Outline
2-2Possible combinations
2-3Configuration
2-4Setting projects
2-5Monitor variables area in temperature controller
2-6Operation of temperature controller
2-7Functional restrictions
Section 3 Connection via Memory Link
3-1How does Memory Link work
3-2Settings
3-3Communications procedures
3-4What has been changed since NT31/631
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About this Manual
Section 1 Possible Combinations
This section provides information of possible combination of CX-Designer and system program when making connection
with PT and host other than OMRON PLCs.
Section 2 Connection of Temperature Controller
This section provides information on connection methods and communications setting in connecting NS-series PTs with
a Temperature Controller by serial port. It also provides information Temperature Controller which can be connected to
the PT.
Section 3 Connection via Memory Link
This section describes information on connection methods and communication setting in connecting NS-series PTs with
a host by Memory Link.
WARNING Failure to read and understand the information provided in this manual may result in
personal injury or death, damage to the product, or product failure. Please read each
section in its entirety and be sure you understand the information provided in the section
and related sections before attempting any of the procedures or operations given.
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Related Manuals
The following manuals are used for NS-series PTs. (The boxes at the end of the catalog
numbers indicate the revision code.)
NS Series -V1/-V2 Host Connection Manual .............................. V085-E1-[]
Provides information on NS Series V1/V2 models (i.e., NS15- V2, NS12-V1/V2,
NS10-V1/V2, NS8-V1/V2, and NS5-V1/V2).
Describes how to connect the PT to the host and peripheral devices, methods to setup
communications and operation, and procedures for maintenance.
Refer to the NS Series Programming Manual (V073-E1-[]) for information on PT
functions and specific operating procedures.
NS Series -V1/-V2 Setup Manual ..................................................... V083-E1-[]
Provides information on NS Series V1/V2 models (i.e., NS15- V2, NS12-V1/V2,
NS10-V1/V2, NS8-V1/V2, and NS5-V1/V2).
Describes how to connect the PT to the host and peripheral devices, methods to setup
communications and operation, and procedures for maintenance.
Refer to the NS Series Programming Manual (V073-E1-[]) or CX-Designer Online Help
for information on PT functions and specific operating procedures.
NS Series Setup Manual……………………………………………..V072-E1-[]
Provides information on existing NS Series models (i.e., NS12, NS10, and NS7).
Describes how to connect the PT to the host and peripheral devices, methods to setup
communications and operation, and procedures for maintenance.
Refer to the NS Series Programming Manual (V073-E1-[]) for information on PT
functions and specific operating procedures.
NS Series Programming Manual................................................. V073-E1-[]
Describes the screen configurations, object functions, and host communications for the
PT.
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Terminology
The following terminology is used in this manual.
PT
In this manual, indicates an NS-series Programmable Terminal.
NS Series
Indicates products in the OMRON NS[ ] [ ] Series of Programmable Terminals.
PLC
Indicates a Programmable Controller in the OMRON SYSMAC CS/CJ, C, or
CVM1/CV Series of Programmable Controllers.
CS/CJ Series
Indicates Programmable Controllers in the OMRON SYSMAC CS/CJ Series of
Programmable Controllers: CS1G, CS1H, CS1G-H, CS1H-H, CJ1G, CJ1M, CJ2H,
CJ2M.
In this manual, “CJ1H-H” indicates the CJ1H-CPU[][]H-R and CJ1H-CPU[][]H
CPU Units. “CJ1H-H-R” is used to indicate only the CJ1H-CPU [][]H-R CPU
Units.
C Series
CVM1/CV Series
Serial Communications Unit
Indicates products in the OMRON SYSMAC C Series of Programmable Controllers:
C200HS, C200HX(-Z), C200HG(-Z), C200HE(-Z), CQM1, CQM1H, CPM1A,
CPM2A, CPM2C.
Indicates products in the OMRON SYSMAC CVM1/ CV Series of Programmable
Controllers: CV500, CV1000, CV2000, CVM1
Indicates a Serial Communications Unit for an OMRON CS/CJ-series PLC.
Serial Communications Board Indicates a Serial Communications Board for an OMRON CS-series or CQM1H
PLC.
Communications Board
Indicates a Communications Board for an OMRON C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) PLC.
CPU Unit
Indicates a CPU Unit in the OMRON SYSMAC CS/CJ, C, or CVM1/CV Series of
Programmable Controllers.
CX-Designer
Indicates the OMRON CX-Designer (NS-CXDC1-V[ ] ).
Host
Indicates the PLC, IBM PC/AT or compatible computer, or personal computer
functioning as the control device and interfaced with the NS-series PT.
Programming Manual
Indicates the NS Series Programming Manual (V073-E1-[]).
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Introduction
• Intended Audience
This manual is intended for the following personnel, who must also have knowledge of
electrical systems (an electrical engineer or the equivalent).
• Personnel in charge of introducing FA systems into production facilities.
• Personnel in charge of designing FA systems.
• Personnel in charge of installing and connecting FA systems.
• Personnel in charge of managing FA systems and facilities.
• General Precautions
• The user must operate the product according to the performance specifications
described in the operation manuals.
• Do not use the PT touch switch input functions for applications where danger to human
life or serious property damage is possible, or for emergency switch applications.
• Before using the product under conditions which are not described in the manual or
applying the product to nuclear control systems, railroad systems, aviation systems,
vehicles, combustion systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, safety
equipment, and other systems, machines and equipment that may have a serious
influence on lives and property if used improperly, consult your OMRON representative.
• Make sure that the ratings and performance characteristics of the product are sufficient
for the systems, machines, and equipment, and be sure to provide the systems,
machines, and equipment with double safety mechanisms.
• This manual provides information for connecting and setting up an NS-series PT. Be
sure to read this manual before attempting to use the PT and keep this manual close at
hand for reference during installation and operation.
• Safety Precautions
Do not attempt to take the Unit apart and do not
touch any internal parts while the power is being
supplied. Doing either of these may result in
electrical shock.
• Operating Environment Precautions
1. Do not install the Unit in the following places:
• Locations subject to direct sunlight
• Locations subject to temperatures or humidity outside the range specified in the
specifications
• Locations subject to condensation as the result of severe changes in temperature
• Locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases
• Locations subject to dust (especially iron dust) or salts
• Locations subject to exposure to water, oil, or chemicals
• Locations subject to shock or vibration
2. Take appropriate and sufficient countermeasures when installing systems in the following
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locations:
• Locations subject to static electricity or other forms of noise
• Locations subject to strong electromagnetic fields
• Locations subject to possible exposure to radioactivity
• Locations close to power supplies
• Application Precautions
1. When unpacking the Units, check carefully for any external scratches or other damage.
Also, shake the Units gently and check for any abnormal sound.
2. The mounting panel must be between 1.6 and 4.8 mm thick. Tighten the Mounting
Brackets evenly to a torque of between 0.5 and 0.6 N⋅m to maintain water and dust
resistance. Make sure the panel is not dirty or warped and that it is strong enough to hold
the Units.
3. Do not let metal particles enter the Units when preparing the panel.
4. If conformance to EC Directives (Low Voltage Directive) is required, use reinforced
insulation for the power supplies.
5. Do not connect an AC power supply to the power terminals.
6. Use a DC power supply with minimal fluctuation voltage.
Rated power supply voltage: 24 VDC
(Allowable range: 20.4 to 27.6 VDC)
Capacity: 25 W min.
7. Do not perform a dielectric voltage test.
8. Use a twisted-pair cable with a cross-sectional area of at least 2 mm2 to connect to the
power terminals and always use M3.5 crimp terminals. Tighten the terminal screws to a
torque of 0.8 N⋅m. Make sure the screws are properly tightened.
9. Ground the Unit correctly to prevent operational errors caused by noise.
10. Do not touch the surface of the circuit board or the components mounted on it with your
bare hands. Discharge any static electricity from your body before handling the board.
11. Confirm that the current capacity of the connected device is 250 mA or less before using
the 5-V power supply from pin 6 of the serial port A, B connectors. The 5-V output of the
PT is 250 mA max. at 5 V ±5%.
12. Turn OFF the power supply before connecting or disconnecting cables.
13. Always tighten the connector screws after connecting communications cables.
14. The maximum tensile load for cables is 30 N. Do not apply loads greater than this.
15. Confirm the safety of the system before turning ON or OFF the power supply or before
pressing the reset button.
16. The whole system may stop depending on how the power supply is turned ON or OFF.
Turn ON or OFF the power supply according to the specified procedure.
17. Start actual system application only after sufficiently checking screen data. macros, and
the operation of the program in the PC (host).
18. Always reset the power supply after changing switch settings.
19. After changing the settings of the DIP switch, always turn the power supply OFF and ON
or reset the PT.
20. Do not perform the following operations while the Memory Card is being accessed:
• Turning OFF the power supply to the PT
• Pressing the PT’s reset switch
• Removing the Memory Card
Always following the specified procedure when removing the Memory Card.
21. Do not press the touch switch with a force greater than 30 N.
22. Confirm the safety of the system before pressing touch switches.
23. Do not accidentally press touch switches when the backlight is not lit or when the display
does not appear.
24. Signals from the touch switches may not be input if the switches are pressed
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consecutively at high speed. Confirm each input before proceeding to the next one.
25. Before initializing screen data, confirm that existing data is backed up at the CX-Designer.
26. When changing the password with the system menu, do not reset or turn OFF the power
supply until writing is finished (i.e., until the Write Button returns to its original condition). It
may become impossible to manipulate screens if the password is not set correctly.
27. When using the device monitor, confirm the safety of the system before performing the
following operations.
• Changing monitor data
• Changing operation modes
• Forced setting or resetting
• Changing present values or set values
28. Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other volatile solvents, and do not use chemically
treated cloths.
29. Dispose of any battery that has been dropped on the floor or otherwise subjected to
excessive shock.
30. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the Unit in any way.
31. Dispose of the Units and batteries according to local ordinances as they apply.
32. To ensure system safety, incorporate a program that periodically calls PT operation bits
from the host side to check that the PT is properly operating.
33. Do not connect an USB connector to any device that is not applicable.
34. Before connecting an USB connector to a device, make sure that the device is free of
damage.
35. When mounting the Battery, be sure to use the correct Battery and mount it correctly.
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Section 1
Possible combinations
This section explains in general how to connect hosts other than NS-V1/V2 Series Omron PLC and which
models to connect.
1-1List of combinations
1-2CX-Designer and System Program version
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1-1 List of combinations
This explains the configuration when host is other than Omron PLCs.
1-1-1 Connection of temperature controller
Communicates with Omron temperature controller via RS-485.
Connect RS-422 converter CJ1W-CIF11 to serial port A or B and set communication mode to RS-485.
For details, refer to ‘Chapter 2: connection of temperature controller’.
1-1-2 Connection with memory link
When host other than PLC such as board-controller and personal computer is used, connection via memory
link is possible. Use serial port A or B to connect host equipment. For details, refer to ‘chapter 3: connection via
memory link’.
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1-2 CX-Designer and System Program versions
1-2-1 CX-Designer versions
With CX-Designer Ver.1.0 or later version, you can create and edit projects for Temperature Controller
connections and Memory Link connections.
1-2-2 System Program versions
System program Ver.5.0 or later.
A copy of this version is included CX-Designer.
NS Series V1/V2 models (NS15 –V2, NS12/10/8/5 –V1/V2), and NSJ Series (NSJ12/10/8/5) are supported for
those connections.
NS without –V1/V2 suffix models are not supported.
When system program version is earlier than Ver.5.0, you need to upgrade. For details on how to upgrade,
refer to the manual (PDF)(How To RecoverUpdate the system) in CX-Designer.
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Section 2
Connection of temperature controller
This section explains how to connect Omron temperature controllers (E5□N) and digital controllers
(E5AR/ER) and which models to connect.
2-1Outline
2-2Possible combinations
2-3Configuration
2-4Setting projects
2-5Monitor variables area in temperature controller
2-6Operation of temperature controller
2-7Functional restrictions
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2-1 Outline
This explains how to connect temperature controllers.
Connectable are temperature controllers with a RS-485 port.
Use NS serial port A or B (either one), use converter to transform to RS-485.
1 serial port can accommodate max. 31 temperature controllers.
NS-series PT
Temp.
Temp.
controller
controller
Serial port A or B
converter
CJ1W-CIF11
RS-485
(max.
extension:50m)
By using another communications port, you can simultaneously connect temperature controllers and a host.
With one more serial port, NS can connect PLC, barcode reader, Memory Link and can communicate with
CX-Designer.
If NS is equipped with Ethernet port, communications with Omron PLC via Ethernet is possible.
If equipped with Controller Link I/F, communication with Omron PLC via Controller Link is possible.
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2-2 Possible combinations
2-2-1 Connectable temperature controller
Only models with RS-485 communications port that support CompoWay/F can be used.
The following models are connectable:
Name
Temperature
controller
Digital
temperature
controller
Series
E5ZN
E5AN
E5EN
E5CN
E5GN
E5AR
E5ER
Model
E5ZN-SCT24S (terminal unit)
E5AN-□□□03□-FLK
E5EN-□□□03□-FLK
E5CN-□□□03□-FLK
E5GN-□□□03□-FLK
E5AR-QC43DB-FLK
E5AR-QQ43DW-FLK
E5AR-CC43DWW-FLK
E5ER-QC43B-FLK
E5ER-PRQ43F-FLK
E5ER-QT3DW-FLK
E5ER-CT3DW-FLK
2-2-2 Temperature controller Manuals
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Manual name
Catalog No.
E5CN/CN-U User’s manual
E5GN User’s manual
E5□N User’s manual Communications functions
E5EN User’s manual
E5AN User’s manual
E5AR/ER User’s manual
H100-E1
H101-E1
H102-E1
H111-E1
H112-E1
Z182-E1
2-3 Configurations
2-3-1 Necessary parts
■RS-422A Converter
CJ1W-CIF11
■Crimp terminal
●CJ1W-CIF11side communications path terminator
Phoenix Contact
Crimp tool
AI Series
AI-0.5-8WH-B
ZA3
(serial No. 3201369)
(serial No. 1201882)
●CJ1W-CIF11 side other than communications path terminator
Phoenix Contact
Crimp tool
AI series
AI-TWIN2×0.5-8WH
UD6
(serial No. 3200933)
(serial No. 1204436)
●Temperature controller side
Model
E5CN
E5GN
E5EN
E5AN
E5ZN
E5ER/AR
Terminal block
screw size
Terminal size
M3.5
7.2mm max.
M3
5.8mm max.
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2-3-2 Wiring diagram
NS side
Temperature controller side
E5ZN
CJ1W-CIF11
terminal
E5AN
E5EN
E5CN
E5GN
E5ER
E5AR
Terminal number
SDB(+)
B(+)
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11
5
C1
F1
SDA(-)
A(-)
24
12
6
C2
F2
FG
To next temperature
controller
■ Connection: 1:1 or 1:N. If 1:N, max. 32 units (NS and temperature controllers combined) can be connected.
(in case of E5ZN, the maximum is 16 units).
■ Cable length: In total max. 50 m
■ Use shielded twist pair cables (min. size AWG28)
■ Connect terminating resistance (100 to 125 Ω (1/2W) to both ends of the communications path.
Furthermore, combined resistance must be 54Ω min.
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2-3-3 Temperature controller communications settings
This summarizes temperature controller communications settings.
For more details on settings and operation procedure of setting specifications, refer to the relevant
temperature controller manual.
■ E5ZN
Setup Switch on E5ZN panel
Unit number
When using multiple E5ZN units, be
careful not the use the same number twice.
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
0 to 15
Baud rate
0
1
2
Communications setting level
Data bits
Stop bits
Parity
Response
Waiting time
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
CH
0013 or
0113
0014 or
0114
0015 or
0115
0016 or
0116
Value
7
7 bits
2
2 bits
2
Even (EvEn)
0 to 270FH
( 0 t o 9999)
In ms
■ E5GN/E5AN/E5EN/E5CN/E5ER/E5AR
Adjustment level L.Adj
Communications
CoWt
writing
Communications setting level L.S
Baud rate
bPS
on
OFF
2.4
4.8
9.6
19.2
38.4
Data bits
Stop bits
Parity
Response
Waiting time
Communications
Unit No.
Protocol select
LEn
Sbit
Prty
SdWt
U-no
7
2
EvEn
0 to 270FH
( 0 to 9999 )
0 to 31
PSEL
CyF
enable
disable
In kbps
Set all communicating temperature
controllers to match parameters of NS
E5ER/AR: choose between
9.6/19.2/38.4
E5□N: 38.4 cannot be selected.
7 bits
2 bits
Even
In ms
E5AR/ER range: 0 to 63H(0 to 99)
E5AR/ER only
Compoway/F (E5AR/ER only)
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2-3-4 CJ1W-CIF11 setting
Dip switch setting
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
setting
ON
Terminal resistance
select ON/OFF
Switch between
system
Switch between
system
Not used
RD control by RS
select ON/OFF
SD control by RS
Select ON/OFF
OFF
2/4
line
ON
2/4
line
ON
Terminating resistance (on both
ends of the communications
path)
No terminating resistance (other
than
both
ends
of
the
communications path)
2 line system
OFF
ON
RS control function ON
2-3-5 NS setting
Before you can connect temperature controllers, you need to store the required project in the NS. For
project setting, refer to ‘2-4 setting project’.
With communications settings under system menu, you can set the speed of
communications.
Baud rate
2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400 / 57600 /115200
bps
Of these values, 57600 / 115200 are for future use.
Present temperature controllers cannot operate at these rates.
Set PT unit and temperature controller baud rate values to match each other.
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2-4 Setting Project
With this function, you set projects needed to connect temperature controllers.
Select PT - Communication Setting. The Comm. Setting dialogue appears.
1. Select Serial Port A (or Serial Port B) in the left pane, and select Temperature Controller from the pull down
menu for Serial Port.
2. Define temperature controller model to be connected from the pull down menu for Type. Selectable models
are:
E5ZN, E5A/E/C/GN, or E5A/ER.
3. Select baud rate from the pull down menu for Comm. Speed.
Selectable baud rate values are:
2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400 / 57600 / 115200 (in bps).
Baud rates 57600 / 115200 are for future use. Present temperature controllers cannot operate at these rates.
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2
3
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2-5 Monitor variables area in temperature controller
2-5-1 Variables area in temperature controller
Data stored in variable area of the temperature controller are: Present Value, SP, Heater burnout alarm status
and such.
By reading/writing these data from PT, you can monitor temperature controller status.
Values of variables you can display on PT screen as numbers and you can create save the changes of those as
log data.
Temperature controller status (variable C0, address 0001) is information on bit level. You can show status by
ON/OFF lamp and you can display/save the history log that shows status changes.
Address of variable are in a Temperature Controller should be assigned to the lamps, numeral display and input
object, or graphs before monitoring the variable area.
Accessible address ranges vary with temperature controller models.
For details on accessible address ranges and definitions of settable address ranges, numerical values and
contact status, refer to the following manuals.
Model
E5AN E5EN E5CN E5GN
E5ZN
E5AR E5ER
Manual Number
H102-E1
H112-E1
Z182-E1
Chapter
3
5, 5.10 Variables area map
Appendix Settings list
CX-Designer shows accessible address range in accordance with the model specified in the Register
Host dialog so that user can set an appropriate communication address.
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You can also manually enter a communications address, which is not listed without opening Address
Setting dialog. In this case, enter the desired address directly to the field shown in the property dialog.
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2-5-2 Address notation in CX-Designer
Address notation when accessed using word
communications)
<port>
:
<Communications #
unit No..>
<Variable
(address for word
<Channel>
<Address>
category>
Address when accessed using bit (address for bit communications)
<port>
:
<communications #
unit No.>
<communications
unit No. >
<Variable type>
<Channel>
<Address>
<Pit position>
<channel>
<address>
category>
Item
<Port>
<Variable
.
<bit
position>
Value range & definition
SerialA
SerialB
00 to 31
C0 to D7
00 to 03
variable
category
C0 to C3
C4 to CB
CC to D7
Connected to serial port A
Connected to serial port B
ch1 to ch4
Address range
00 to 3F
00 to 7F
00 to 3F
00 to 31
Example:
SerialA:24#C4001C
SerialB:17#D1036E.
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PortA:Unit No.24/area category C4/ch1/address 1CH
PortB:Unit No.17/area D1/ch4/address6EH/bit3
2-5-3 Use of double word numbers
Variable area in the Temperature Controller is composed of values in double-word format(32bit length).
Negative values are expressed as the two’s complement. Therefore, select DINT(signed 2 words) as
storage type for the variable, which the decimal value will be stored. Select UDINT(unsigned 2 words)
for the variable, which the hexadecimal value will be stored.
2-5-4 Communications writing enabled/disabled
Before you can write to variable area in temperature controller, you need to go to the adjustment level
and set Communications writing on Enabled: ON. (Default setting is Disabled: OFF).
For monitoring only, so when no writing is carried out, the setting can be either Disabled: OFF or
Enabled: ON.
Use either the panel on the Temperature Controller or Setting Tool to set “Communications Writing”
parameter. It can be also set with Smart Active Parts in the PT.
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2-6 Operation of Temperature Controller
The use of Smart Active Parts, allows you to operate PT screen to change Temperature Controller running
conditions and to disable/enable communications writing.
2-6-1 How to create a Smart Active Parts part
In CX-Designer, you open the arrange Smart Active Parts screen.
When you select Tools - Library , the Library dialogue opens.
Under list of categories, tree of selectable libraries is shown.
Smart Active Parts for temperature controller you can find under Library -> SAP -> Smart Active Parts_E ->
Temperature Controller.
Temperature controller is grouped by model, channel and broadcast. For each operation instruction, a Smart
Active Parts part is available.
There are 2 categories: Instructions to the unit itself and broadcast .
When same instruction is given to all units, no results response is sent. For that reason error
judgment is omitted.
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Selectable Smart Active Parts are shown in the preview box on the right. Title of the selected Smart Active Parts
is shown below it.
Select appropriate Smart Active Parts and drag & drop it to the screen.
By doing so, the selected Smart Active Parts is pasted onto the screen that is being edited.
Then, double click the Smart Active Parts and set communications parameters.
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Destination port name
of commands
Destination Unit No.
SERIALA :when connected to serial port A
SERIALB :when connected to serial port B
0 to 31
:Communications unit No. of the
temperature controller you want to
operate.
With broadcast to all parts, this parameter is not
used. Keep default value 0.
Use the following table for serial connection.
SCU
Unit No.
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
Port
Destination Unit No.
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
128
129
132
133
136
137
140
141
144
145
148
149
152
153
156
157
SCU
Unit No.
8
8
9
9
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
Port
Destination Unit No.
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
160
161
164
165
168
169
172
173
176
177
180
181
184
185
188
189
When you want to change the label and color setting of the Smart Active Parts, select and right click on a Smart
Active Parts, and select Edit Smart Active Parts. It is now in Smart Active Parts edit mode. Double click on the
desired object to open the property dialog and the settings can be changed.
Do not change the communications address when editing the settings. Once it has been changed,
the Smart Active Parts will not function properly anymore.
Furthermore, when it is in Smart Active Parts edit mode, you cannot set Smart Active Parts
communications settings. So when you want to modify the communications settings, click any area
except the Smart Active parts to exit from the edit mode.
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2-6-2 Smart Active Parts Operations
Smart Active Parts for Temperature Controllers are grouped by Temperature Controller model, channel,
instruction to single unit/broadcast, control details.
Smart Active Parts title indicates the operating instruction to be executed.
■Communications writing enabled/disabled
You can either enable or disable the writing of set values from communications.
When communications writing is disabled, the writing of set values from communications and the execution
of certain instructions is prohibited.
Default setting is set as Disable.
By executing Smart Active Parts Enable communications writing/Disable communications writing,
you can switch between enabled/disabled.
If communications writing is not enabled before writing set values with numeral display & input object or
word button, an error occurs.
Furthermore, by disabling communications writing, you can avoid that set values are being changed by
accident.
A summary of executable/non executable instructions when communications writing is disabled, is given in
table ‘2-6-3 Smart Active Parts list’.
■Setting area 0/setting area 1
Temperature controller communications has 2 operation modes: setting area 0 and setting area 1.
In setting area 0, control operations are conducted. You cannot modify any set values that negatively affect
the control operations. When power supply is turned on, this mode is selected.
In Setting area 1, the control operations are stopped. You can modify the set values protected in Setting
area 0.
You can switch to Setting area 1 by executing Smart Active Parts part ‘Move to setting area 1’.
To change from Setting area 1 to Setting area 0, you can either turn the power off and then back ON again
or you can execute Smart Active Parts part: “ Software Reset”.
Executable operating instructions vary depending on which mode is selected: setting area 0 or 1.
Non executable in setting
Area 0
Initialize set values
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Non executable in setting
Area 1
AT execute/cancel
Move to protect level
Auto/manual
PV hold
■Confirm command results
Under certain conditions e.g. communications writing disabled, it can happen that a selected Smart Active
Parts instruction cannot be executed.
But, when performing the broadcast, no response is given. In that case there is no check as to whether the
action was completed successfully or not.
Theref,ore adopt a method that checks if the operation was carried out properly, e.g. lamp indication.
Title
(operating instruction)
Model
Common
E5ZN
E5□R
Communications writing
disabled
Communications writing
enabled
run
stop
AT execute
AT cancel
Writing mode: back-up
Writing mode: RAM
Move to setup area 1
auto
manual
Cancel alarm 1 latch
Cancel alarm 2 latch
Cancel alarm 3 latch
Cancel all alarm latches
Cancel alarm latch
SP mode: local SP
SP mode: remote SP
Select bank: 0 to 7
AT execute
(confirm executing PID
group No.)
*1
Addresses to be monitored
ch1
CO0001.25
ch 2
CO 0101.25
ch1
ch 2
ch1
ch 2
ch1
ch 2
ch1
ch 2
ch1
ch2
ch1
ch2
CO 0001.24
CO 0101.24
CO 0001.23
CO 0101.23
CO 0001.20
CO 0101.20
CO 0001.22
CO 0101.22
CO 0001.26
CO 0101.26
C00001.12 to 15
C00101.12 to 15
*1
ch1
ch 2
ch 3
ch 4
*1
ch1
ch 2
ch 1
ch 2
ch 3
ch 4
ch 1
ch 2
ch 3
ch4
C00001.12 to 15
C00101.12 to 15
C00201.12 to 15
C00301.12 to 15
C00001.27
C00101.27
C40408
C41408
C42408
C43408
C4040A
C4140A
C4240A
C4340A
Confirm that alarm output has become OFF.
Attention: Under certain conditions such as PV that an alarm might
be output, you cannot confirm because alarm output remains high
even when the latch is cancelled
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For more information on each Smart Active Parts’ functions and usage, refer to Smart Active Parts Library
manuals: Temperature Controller (CJ1W-TC), Temperature Controller (E5xN), Temperature Controller (E5xR),
Temperature Controller (E5CN), Temperature Controller (E5ZN), and Temperature Controller (from Ver5 or
earlier).
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2-7 Restrictions
2-7-1 The behavior of 2 word number in the CX-Designer test function
In the temperature controller, a value equivalent to 2 words (32 bits) is stored for each communications address,
but in the test function, the first 16 bits and the last 16 bits behave as one and the same value. For that reason,
test function will not operate successfully when 2 word numbers are designated.
2-7-2 Address display when address error occurs
When faulty device is set to communications address set in functional object, this communications
address is displayed in the device setting error dialogue.
If the communications address is allocated to the temperature controller, not the address for the
temperature controller set with the CX-Designer, but the address in the PLC address format is
displayed. Addresses will be converted as shown below.
Address displayed when faulty device is set to communications address
<Device>
3
2
1
0
15 14 13
0
Unit No.
0 to 31
12
11 10
0000 to 7FFF
00 to 15
Word address
Bit position
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
Ch
<variable>
<address>
0-3
0 to F
0000 to 007F
2
1
0
7
6
0
0
5
4
0
0
3
2
1
0
Bit position
0 to 31
CH address of temperature controller
Unit
No.
<Device>
<Variable >
Temp
controller
<Address>
Variable
DM
EM
EM0_
EM1_
EM2_
EM3_
EM4_
EM5_
EM6_
EM7_
EM8_
EM9_
EMA_
EMB_
EMC_
WR
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CA
CB
CC CD
CE CF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
0000 to 003F
0040 to 007F
0000 to 007F
0040 to 007F
0000 to 003F
0040 to 007F
0000 to 003F
0040 to 007F
0000 to 003F
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Device setting errors are not likely to occur. This because, setting is done using the method by which a selection
is made from a list of accessible addresses for each temperature controller model.
However, in below cases in which the address is not selected from the list of accessible addresses an invalid
address may have been assigned. In such a case, a device setting error may occur.
z
Communications address set when functional object was copied using repeat command when
index was assigned.
z
Communications address set by ‘Allocate Addresses Automatically ’ in the frame property.
z
Communications address set by using the macro function.
Furthermore,
z
Writing to read-only area
z
Writing while communications writing was prohibited
cause device setting errors to occur.
2-7-3 Communications address set when functional part was copied
using repeat command
In CX-Designer, you can select functional object and when you then execute ‘repeat’ , you can copy while
communications addresses are being added.
The temperature controller’s address is a double word address. To increment a double word address by 1, you
need to increment a single word address by 2.
Address in CX-Designer is expressed as a 1 word address. When repeat command is used to copy functional
object, 1 word is added to 1 word address.
For that reason, when communications address offset width is 1 while repeat command is used, part with the
same communications address is copied twice.
Actual address
Internal address
Double word
+0
Single word
+0
+0
+1
+1
+1
+2
+3
(0.5)
(1.5)
Address originally set for functional
object
Omit figures below decimal0.5->0
Omit figures below decimal 0.5->0
For that reason, set always offset in multiples of 2 to specify communications address with single
word access.
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Section 3
Connection via Memory Link
This chapter explains the Memory Link function and how to use it to connect host computer.
3-1How does Memory Link work
3-2Settings
3-3Communications procedures
3-4What has been changed since NT31/631
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3-1 How does Memory Link work
3-1-1 PT memory
With Memory Link you assign objects word and bit to PT memory. PT memory is an imaginary PLC area inside
the NS. NS performs read/write operations to internal PT memory. Host reads/writes PT memory as required
and so controls and monitors NS.
PT memory consists of 2 territories: Bit ($B) and Word ($W).
Host reads/writes internal holding memory($HB/$HW) can be used in the following combination:
NS system program Ver. 6.2 and later versions
System Ver.6.2 and later projects
PT memory can be also used to store functional object display character strings or as data area for the macro
function.
3-1-2 Command and response
With Memory Link, the following commands enable data transmission between host and PT.
- Read-out command / response
This is the command for reading out PT memory of PT.
When host gives command, PT responds the contents of the designated data.
There are 4 commands that vary with the type of PT memory.
Command
Title
Action
Read out PT ($W) memory
Read out $W data in PT memory
Read out PT ($B) memory
Read out PT ($HW) memory
Read out $B data in PT memory
Read out $HW data in PT memory
Read out PT ($HB) memory
Read out $HB data in PT memory
RM
RB
RD
RH
- Write command/response
This is the command to write designated data to PT memory area in PT.
Host gives command. PT responds whether or not the writing was completed successfully.
The successful completion response may be omitted by particular setting the Response parameter in the
communications conditions menu.
The following 8 commands can be given:
Command
Title
Action
Write to PT memory ($W)
Write data to PT memory $W
Write to PT memory ($B)
Write to PT memory ($HW)
Write data to PT memory $B
Write data to PT memory $HW
Write to PT memory ($HB)
FILL PT memory ($W)
Write data to PT memory $HB
Write designated data to multiple
PT memory $W
WM
WB
WD
WH
FM
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FB
FILL PT memory ($B)
FD
FILL PT memory ($HW)
FH
FILL PT memory ($HB)
Write designated data (0 or 1) to
Multiple PT memory $B.
Write designated data to multiple
PT memory $HW
Write designated data (0 or 1) to
Multiple PT memory $HB.
- Notify Command
This is the command to communicate the results of PT operations to host.
PT gives command. For that reason, there is no response.
The following 4 commands can be given.
command
Title
Action
PT memory ($W) change notice
Notify host of PT memory $W changes.
PT memory ($B) change notice
PT memory ($HW) change notice
Notify host of PT memory $B changes.
Notify host of PT memory $HW
changes.
PT memory ($HB) change notice
Notify host of PT memory $HB
changes.
SM
SB
SD
SH
- Error response
Response from PT when the received command is an invalid one.
Command
Title
Action
Error response
Notify host of command error
ER
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3-1-3 Action when command is used
There are 3 flows of communications between host and PT, depending on the type of command and Response
Settings in Communications conditions.
- Write data command while [response: OFF]
[Host]
Send command
Write data command
[PT]
Receive command
Process command
- Write Data command while [response: ON]
- Read-out data command
- Invalid command
[Host]
command
Send command
[PT]
Receive command
Process command
receive response
Send response
- PT to host communications
[Host]
[PT]
PT operation
Change PT memory
Receive change
notice command.
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Communicate command
Send change notice
command
3-1-4 Notify Command Behavior
When anything has changed in the PT memory, by e.g. touch switch operation on PT, numerical input or
character string input, PT sends change notice command to host.
In addition to Memory Link connection, PT memory serves other purposes as well. If all changes would be
communicated to host, the host would be burdened more than is needed. For that reason, PT communicates
only changes from a designated number and up. Changes in PT memory areas with a lower number are not
communicated.
Set the number in Communications conditions -> Notice Start $B, Notice Start $W, Notice Start $HB, and
Notice Start $HW.
$W
$W0
no notice
PT
operati
on
Number
input
Notice
start
$W
notify
command
Number
input
Only changes from specified $W number and up
are communicated to host using the
change notice Command.
3-1-5 Flow control
When too many commands are sent, PT cannot process timely. Communications buffer overflows. Commands
and command sequence get lost. Memory Link connection in NS Series -V1/-V2 models do not support flow
control.
For that reason, set Communications conditions Response to ON when PT to host command interval
frequency becomes high.
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3-2 Settings
3-2-1 Making settings for the Project
The Memory Link can be used in combination with
NS system program Ver. 5.0 and later versions
System Ver.5.0 and later projects
With CX-Designer, you can create and edit project developed by System Ver.5.0 and later projects.
A project created with System Ver.4.0 or earlier can be opened with CX-Designer and converted to data of Ver.5.0
and later.
Open a project created with System Ver.5.0 using CX-Designer, and select PT - Communication Setting. The
Comm. Setting dialogue appears. Select Serial Port A (or Serial Port B) in the left pane, and select Memory Link
from the pull down menu for
Serial Port.
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You cannot simultaneously set Serial Port A and B to Memory Link.
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3-2-2 Communications conditions setting
In CX-Designer, select Serial Port A (or Serial Port B) in the Comm. Setting dialog box, and set to the following
communications conditions. With System Ver.6.2 and later projects, you can set Notice start $HB and Notice
start $HW.
Parameter
Set value
Baud rate
Data bits
9600bps / 19200bps / 38400bps
7/8
Stop bits
Parity
response
Notice start $B
Notice start $W
Notice start $HB
Notice start $HW
1/2
None / Even / Odd
OFF / ON
0 to 32767
0 to 32767
0 to 8191
0 to 8191
Default value
9600bps
7
1
Even
OFF
16384
16384
4096
4096
3-2-3 NS system menu operation
You can also use the NS system menu to set the communications conditions for
the Memory Link connection.
Under system menu, click tab Communications Setting.
By pressing the key beside the Serial Port A or Serial Port B, you can switch between communications
methods.
unused
↓
NT Link 1:1
↓
NT Link 1:N
↓
Bar code reader
↓
Temperature controller
↓
Memory Link
↓
Host Link
↓
Modem
After you have thus set communications to Memory Link, use the Details key to set the communications
conditions for the Memory Link connection (for details, refer to section 2.2). However, with system menu you
cannot set the Notice start $B, Notice start $W, Notice start $HB, and Notice start $HW.
Set values are not saved until you press the Write key. Also, setting changes will be effective when you turn the
power OFF and then ON again.
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3-2-4 Connection Diagram
Use either NS Serial Port A or B to connect host computer via Memory Link.
You cannot simultaneously set Serial Port A and B to Memory Link.
The connecting cable varies with the specifications of the host computer communications port.
Below is a typical example, which shows the wiring diagram when DOS/V PC is connected.
9pin
Dsub(Female)
9pin
Dsub(Male)
3 SD
SD
2
2 RD
RD
3
7 RS
RS
4
8 CS
CS
5
5 SG
SG
9
DOS/V PC
NS-series PT
Above wiring is identical with the NS to and from CX-Designer wiring.
If the cable length is conform, you can use the following cable with connector.
XW2Z-S002
Omron product
Cable length 2m, 9 pin⇔9 pin
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3-3 Communications procedures
3-3-1 Memory Link Commands
Command/response formats are as mentioned below.
•
Read/write/change notify command
ESC
•
*D
SUM
CR
command
*S
*A
*D
SUM
CR
command
*S
*A
*B
*D
SUM
CR
command
*A
*L
*D
SUM
CR
Other responses
ESC
command
*D
ESC
($1B)
command
2 characters
*S
1 character
*A
*B
*L
*D
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*L
Read type command normal completion response format
ESC
•
*A
Write all (FILL) command
ESC
•
*S
Read/write command (In above-mentioned format, the *L is regarded as 1 (fixed))
ESC
•
command
SUM
Hexadecimal
4 digits
Hexadecimal
4 digits
BCD 2 digits
Variable length
SUM
2 characters
(may be
abbreviated)
CR
($0D)
CR
Initial Command: ESC($1B) fixed
1 English capital letters which display the
type of command
Designates SUM omission and *L omission. In some
cases, specifies write to memory attributes as well.
SUM OFF: SUM computing by host can be omitted.
SUM ON: enables judgment if command is invalid as a
result of noise interference.
Initial read/write address
Last Write all (FILL) address
Number of read/write elements
Data section
The checksum of the command response is the 2 digit
code in hexadecimal which is indicated using lower
one-byte of the total sum from the ESC to the *D. It can
be abbreviated by specifying *S. Be sure that it is added
when PT is transmitting.
Command end: CR($0D) fixed
Memory Link commands are as follows:
Command
Command title
Action
RM
RB
RD
RH
WM
WB
WD
WH
Read PT memory ($W)
Read PT memory ($B)
Read PT memory ($HW)
Read PT memory ($HB)
Write PT memory ($W)
Write PT memory ($B)
Write PT memory ($HW)
Write PT memory ($HB)
Fill PT memory ($W)
Read contents of $W data
Read contents of $B data
Read contents of $HW data
Read contents of $HB data
Write to $W data
Write to $B data
Write to $HW data
Write to $HB data
Fill multiple sequential $W with the
same value
Fill multiple sequential $B with the
same value.
Fill multiple sequential $HW with the
same value
Fill multiple sequential $HB with the
same value.
Communicate $W changes to host
Communicate $B changes to host
Communicate $HW changes to host
Communicate $HB changes to host
FM
FB
FD
FH
SM
SB
SD
SH
Fill PT memory ($B)
Fill PT memory ($HW)
Fill PT memory ($HB)
PT memory ($W) change notice
PT memory ($B) change notice
PT memory ($HW) change notice
PT memory ($HB) change notice
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RM
Read PT memory ($W)
Read $W data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 words can be read.
Response is up to 50 words per response.
When requesting command is parameter 2: number of words exceeds 51, then the response is split into two.
The first response sends 50 words, the second response sends the remaining channels.
When entries were made on NS in between the first and second response, change notice command is not sent
until after the second response has been sent.
•
Command format
ESC command
$1B
M
R
*S
*A
*L
SUM
CR
$0D
[Settings]
Sum value
*S
0
1
8
8
0000 to 7FFF
00 to 99
*A
*L
•
OFF
ON
Omit *L.
OFF
Number of read-out words: 1 (fixed)
ON
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of read-out words (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
Successful completion response format
ESC command
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
R
M
Variable length
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 7FFF
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
01 to 50
0 to FFFF
“,”
Number of read-out words (BCD 2 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
From 2nd word onward, enter comma “, “($2C) before the
next data.
*A
*L
*D
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RB
Read PT memory ($B)
Read $B data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 bits can be read.
After reading, bit data are displayed and returned per 8 bits as 8 bit value.
•
Command format
ESC command
*A
*L
SUM
CR
*S
$1B
R
B
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1digit
Sum value
*S
0
1
8
9
0000 to 7FFF
00 to 99
OFF
ON
OFF
Number of tables: 1 (fixed). Omit Parameter2.
ON
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Read-out bit number (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
•
Response format
*A
*L
ESC command
$1B
B
R
*A
*L
*D
Variable
length
SUM
CR
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 7FFF
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
00 to 99
*D
00 to FF
Number of bits (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
Bit data (hexadecimal 2 digit value of 8 bits each)
0:OFF, 1: ON
Fills addresses in ascending order starting with first digit. Turns 8
bits into a binary 8 digit value and displays this as a hexadecimal 2
digit value. The next hexadecimal 2 digit value continues with the
following 8 bits.
Fills any of the last 8 bits that does not actually have a valid
read-out data with 0.
[example]
from $B10 6 bits have read-out value
$B10 11 12 13 14 15 * *
1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 → AC (converted to hexadecimal form)
*A
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RD
Read PT memory ($HW)
Read $HW data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 words can be read.
Response is up to 50 words per response.
When requesting command is parameter 2: number of words exceeds 51, then the response is split into two.
The first response sends 50 words, the second response sends the remaining channels.
When entries were made on NS in between the first and second response, change notice command is not sent
until after the second response has been sent.
•
Command format
ESC command
$1B
D
R
*S
*A
*L
SUM
CR
$0D
[Settings]
Sum value
*S
*A
*L
•
0
1
8
8
0000 to 1FFF
00 to 99
OFF
ON
Omit *L.
OFF
Number of read-out words: 1 (fixed)
ON
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of read-out words (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
Successful completion response format
ESC command
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
R
D
Variable length
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 1FFF
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
01 to 50
0 to FFFF
“,”
Number of read-out words (BCD 2 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
From 2nd word onward, enter comma “, “($2C) before the
next data.
*A
*L
*D
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RH
Read PT memory ($HB)
Read $HB data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 bits can be read.
After reading, bit data are displayed and returned per 8 bits as 8 bit value.
•
Command format
ESC command
*A
*L
SUM
CR
*S
$1B
R
H
$0D
[Settings]
*S
*A
*L
•
BCD1digit
Sum value
0
1
8
9
0000 to 1FFF
00 to 99
OFF
ON
OFF
Number of tables: 1 (fixed). Omit Parameter2.
ON
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Read-out bit number (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
Response format
ESC command
$1B
H
R
*A
*L
*D
Variable
length
SUM
CR
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 1FFF
Initial address No. (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
00 to 99
*D
00 to FF
Number of bits (BCD 2 digits)
00 indicates 100.
Bit data (hexadecimal 2 digit value of 8 bits each)
0:OFF, 1: ON
Fills addresses in ascending order starting with first digit. Turns 8
bits into a binary 8 digit value and displays this as a hexadecimal 2
digit value. The next hexadecimal 2 digit value continues with the
following 8 bits.
Fills any of the last 8 bits that does not actually have a valid
read-out data with 0.
[example]
from $HB10 6 bits have read-out value
$HB10 11 12 13 14 15 * *
1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 → AC (converted to hexadecimal form)
*A
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WM
Write to PT memory ($W)
Write to $W data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 50 words can be written.
As writing attribute you can select SET, AND, OR, or XOR.
•
Command format
ESC command
*A
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*S
$1C
W
M
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1digit
SUM
0
1
OFF
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
*S
*A
*L
*D
•
0000 to 7FFF
01to 50
0000 to FFFF
“,”
Writing
attribute
SET
Writes designated value just as it is.
AND
Ands present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome.
OR
Ors present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome
XOR
Xors present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome.
Omits *L .
Number of destination words : 1
(fixed)
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of destination words (BCD 2 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal, 1 to 4 digits)
From 2nd word on, enter comma [,] ($2C) before next
data.
Data ending with comma cause error.
SET
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
$1B
command
W
M
*D
0
SUM
0
CR
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates successful completion.
*D
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WB
Write PT memory ($B)
Write to $B data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 bits can be written.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*S
$1B
W
B
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1 digit
SUM value
*A
0
1
8
9
0000 to 7FFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Bit number: 1 fixed. Parameter 2 omitted.
ON
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
00 to 99
*D
00 to FF
Entry bit number (BCD 2 digits)
When 00, 100 is meant.
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit value for 4 bits each)
*S
0: OFF, 1: ON
Fills data in descending order starting with first digit. Turns 4
bits into a binary 4 digit value and displays this as a
hexadecimal 1 digit value. The next hexadecimal 1 digit value
continues with the following 4 bits.
Fills any of the last 4 bits that does not actually have a valid
read-out data with 0.
[example]
from $B10, 6 bits have read-out value
$B10 11 12 13 14 15 * *
1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 → AC (converted to hexadecimal form)
•
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
W
B
0
0
$0D
[Settings]
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00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
48
WD
Write to PT memory ($HW)
Write to $HW data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 50 words can be written.
As writing attribute you can select SET, AND, OR, or XOR.
•
Command format
ESC command
*A
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*S
$1C
W
D
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1digit
SUM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
*S
*A
*L
*D
•
0000 to 1FFF
01to 50
0000 to FFFF
“,”
Writing
attribute
SET
Writes designated value just as it is.
AND
Ands present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome.
OR
Ors present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome
XOR
Xors present value of destination with
designated value and writes outcome.
Omits *L .
Number of destination words : 1
(fixed)
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of destination words (BCD 2 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal, 1 to 4 digits)
From 2nd word on, enter comma [,] ($2C) before next
data.
Data ending with comma cause error.
SET
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
$1B
command
W
D
*D
0
SUM
0
CR
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates successful completion.
*D
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WH
Write PT memory ($HB)
Write to $HB data in PT memory.
Per command, a maximum of 100 bits can be written.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*S
$1B
W
H
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1 digit
SUM value
*A
0
1
8
9
0000 to 1FFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Bit number: 1 fixed. Parameter 2 omitted.
ON
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
00 to 99
*D
00 to FF
Entry bit number (BCD 2 digits)
When 00, 100 is meant.
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit value for 4 bits each)
*S
0: OFF, 1: ON
Fills data in descending order starting with first digit. Turns 4
bits into a binary 4 digit value and displays this as a
hexadecimal 1 digit value. The next hexadecimal 1 digit value
continues with the following 4 bits.
Fills any of the last 4 bits that does not actually have a valid
read-out data with 0.
[example]
from $HB10, 6 bits have read-out value
$HB10 11 12 13 14 15 * *
1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 → AC (converted to hexadecimal form)
•
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
[Settings]
50
W
H
0
0
$0D
00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
51
FM
Fill PT memory ($W)
Fills PT memory $W with the same word data. Range: first to last address number.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*B
*D
SUM CR
*S
$1B
F
M
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1 digit
SUM value
*A
0
1
0000 to 7FFF
OFF
ON
First address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*B
*D
0000 to 7FFF
0 to FFFF
Last address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
*S
•
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
F
M
0
0
0
E
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
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FB
Fill PT memory ($B)
Fills PT memory $B with the same bit data. Range: first to last address number.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*B
*D
SUM CR
*S
$1B
F
B
$0D
[Settings]
*S
*A
*B
*D
•
BCD1 digit
SUM value
0
1
0000 to 7FFF
0000 to 7FFF
0: OFF
1: ON
OFF
ON
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Last address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit)
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
F
B
0
0
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
53
FD
Fill PT memory ($HW)
Fills PT memory $HW with the same word data. Range: first to last address number.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*B
*D
SUM CR
*S
$1B
F
D
$0D
[Settings]
BCD1 digit
SUM value
*A
0
1
0000 to 1FFF
OFF
ON
First address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*B
*D
0000 to 1FFF
0 to FFFF
Last address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
*S
•
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
F
D
0
0
0
E
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
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FH
Fill PT memory ($HB)
Fills PT memory $HB with the same bit data. Range: first to last address number.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*A
*B
*D
SUM CR
*S
$1B
F
H
$0D
[Settings]
*S
*A
*B
*D
•
BCD1 digit
SUM value
0
1
0000 to 1FFF
0000 to 1FFF
0: OFF
1: ON
OFF
ON
Initial address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Last address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit)
Normal completion response format (only when response under communications conditions
is ON).
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
F
H
0
0
$0D
[Settings]
00 fixed. Indicates normal completion.
*D
55
SM
PT memory ($W) change notice
When PT memory $W changed as a result of PT operation and when this $W address is higher than the
address designated with Notice start $W in the communications settings menu, this command is sent from PT
to host.
Response from host to PT is not needed.
When sent from host to PT, illegal command error occurs.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
S
M
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 7FFF
Changed address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
01 to 50
Number of changed words (BCD 2 digits)
*D
0000 to FFFF
“,”
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
Divide multiple word data by comma [,] ($2C).
Data ending with comma cause error.
*A
SB
PT memory ($B) change notice
When PT memory $B changed as a result of PT operation and when this $B address is higher than the address
designated with Notice start $B in the communications settings menu, this command is sent from PT to host.
Response from host to PT is not needed.
When sent from host to PT, illegal command error occurs.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*B
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
S
B
0
1
$0D
[Settings]
*A
*B
*D
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0000 to 7FFF
01 fixed
0: OFF
1: ON
Changed address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of changed bits (hexadecimal 2 digits)
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit)
SD
PT memory ($HW) change notice
When PT memory $HW changed as a result of PT operation and when this $HW address is higher than the
address designated with Notice start $HW in the communications settings menu, this command is sent from PT
to host.
Response from host to PT is not needed.
When sent from host to PT, illegal command error occurs.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*L
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
S
D
Variable
length
$0D
[Settings]
0000 to 1FFF
Changed address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
*L
01 to 50
Number of changed words (BCD 2 digits)
*D
0000 to FFFF
“,”
Word data (zero suppressed hexadecimal 1 to 4 digits)
Divide multiple word data by comma [,] ($2C).
Data ending with comma cause error.
*A
SH
PT memory ($HB) change notice
When PT memory $HB changed as a result of PT operation and when this $HB address is higher than the
address designated with Notice start $HB in the communications settings menu, this command is sent from PT
to host.
Response from host to PT is not needed.
When sent from host to PT, illegal command error occurs.
•
Command format
ESC
command
*B
*D
SUM
CR
*A
$1B
S
H
0
1
$0D
[Settings]
*A
*B
*D
0000 to 1FFF
01 fixed
0: OFF
1: ON
Changed address number (hexadecimal 4 digits)
Number of changed bits (hexadecimal 2 digits)
Bit data (hexadecimal 1 digit)
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ER
Error response
•
Command format
ESC
command
SUM
CR
*D
$1B
E
R
$0D
[Settings]
Error codes listed below (hexadecimal 2 digits)
*D
Error
code
01
Error contents
cause
Illegal command
Command contents lie outside the supported
range
02
Command length error
03
Boundary value error
04
Illegal operand
05
Command format error
10
SUM value error
12
Reception timeout error
Length of received command is illegal for
that command.
• Value set to parameter lies outside the supported
range.
• Parameter in BCD format includes others than 0 to 9
Sum information Set value lies outside
the effective range.
$W/$B command; Data section includes characters
other than 0 to F and “,”.
$W command; data section ends with “,”.
Command with sum value ON. Computed sum value
and the one in the command do not match.
After the initial ESC was received, the interval in
between receiving one byte after the other until
command end [CR] exceeded timeout monitoring
time.
These commands are sent from NS to host when the host sent an invalid command
and when a communications error occurred.
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3-4 What has been changed since NT31/631
3-4-1 Memory Link Commands
This summarizes the points that need to be given attention when switching over from NT31/631 series to NS
series Memory Link.
Memory structure inside PT differs, so the structure of Memory Link commands has changed as well.
■Memory structure inside PT
NT31/631 series
PT memory
Memory table
Battery backup
Contact
point
channel
common
0000 to 9999
NS series
Contact
point
channel
$B0 to 65535
$HB0 to 8191
$W0 to 65535
$HW0 to 8191
Number memory table
Character string memory
table
bit memory table
none
Is performed
Is not performed
Is performed
■Memory Link command
NT31/631 series
NS series
RM
Read-out PT memory
Read-out PT memory ($W)
RB
RN
RS
Read-out bit memory table
Read-out number memory table
Read-out character string memory
table
Write to PT memory
Write to bit memory table
Read-out display data comment
Read-out system conditions
Write to number memory table
Write to character string memory
table
Fill PT memory
Clear number memory table
Clear character string memory
table
Clear bit memory table
Touch switch input notice
Number input notice
Character string input notice
Direct area change notice
PT memory change notice
Switch PT operating mode
Request resend
Error response
-
Read-out PT memory ($B)
-
WM
WB
FR
PT
WN
WS
FM
FB
CN
CS
CB
ST
SN
SS
PM
SM
SB
MC
RR
ER
RD
Write to PT memory ($W)
Write to PT memory ($B)
Fill PT memory ($W)
Fill PT memory ($B)
PT memory ($W) change notice
PT memory ($B) change notice
Error response
Read-out PT memory ($HW)
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RH
WD
WH
FD
FH
SD
SH
-
Read-out PT memory ($HB)
Write to PT memory ($HW)
Write to PT memory ($HB)
Fill PT memory ($HW)
Fill PT memory ($HB)
PT memory ($HW) change notice
PT memory ($HB) change notice
■Execution of contact notice to $W
While NT31/631 performs contact point change notice and channel change notice in the same PT memory, the
NS splits it into $B and $W
There, the use of a macro, enables the contact point notice to $W.
E.g. Momentary switch sending notice to 5th bit in $W1000
•
Create ON/OFF button
•
Designate $B address that is not specified for any other purpose.
Destination
address
may
be
blank,
but
in
that
case
the
button
does not light when it is being pressed down.
•
Edit macro (touch ON)
$W1000 = $W1000 | H10;
•
Edit macro (touch OFF)
$W1000 = $W1000 & to H10;
■PT memory hold
Battery backup in NT31/631 ensures that PT memory and memory table values are kept as they were when the
power goes off.
Because NS’s battery backup holds PT memories($HB/$HW), the values in these memories are kept as they
were when the power goes off. Host reads/writes internal holding memory($HB/$HW) is only available in the
following combination:
NS system program ver.6.2 and later versions
System ver.6.2 and later projects
NS cannot react to an unexpected power fall out, but there is a possibility
to store values before the power is turned OFF.
You can save a copy of PT memory $W by saving the contents of this memory as a file on a compact flash card.
Then removes this card.
As it is a file reading/writing operation to a compact flash card, it cannot be done frequently. In addition, you
cannot save a copy of the PT memory $B.
E.g. Manually save the PT memory $W contents.
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•
Create a command button
•
Set function selection to No processing
•
Edit macro (touch ON)
WRITECF($W16384,16384,”PTMEM.DAT”,0);
E.g. Recover PT memory $W contents from saved file when PT is started up.
•
Edit macro when project is started up
READCF($W16384,16384,”PTMEM.DAT”,0);
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