D-Link DAP-1562 Specifications

D-Link DAP-1562 Specifications
Appendix I
FBs-DAP Simple HMI
In addition to timer, counter, register, and contact data access function, the date setter of FBs-DAP can connect to
many others for alarm message display, self-defined special keys, wireless card reading(RFID), and the like simple
human machine interface(HMI) functions.
FBs-DAP / FB-DAP Simple HMI
Model
*FB-DAP-A(R/W)
FBs-DAP-B(R)
FBs-DAP-C(R)
FBE
FBE /FBs
FBs
Specifications
Matching PLC series
Display
LCD (English), 2-line×16 characters, LED backlight
Button
20 keys (4×5)
Wireless card reading(RFID)
Power input
Available only in −AR, -AW
Available only in -BR, -CR
5V
24V
5V
100mA(120mA)
41mA(48mA)
105mA(125mA)
Communication interface
HCMOS (5V)
RS485
RS232
Number of linked station
Single
Maximum 16 stations
Single
Current consumption
General functions
Timing/counting、register、contact access(write protected for each)
Special functions
Alert, message display, self-defined special keys
Writing function(RFID)
Model -AW is required
Available in -BR, -CR
* The card number of CARD-2 can be changed by the special model FB-DAP-AW.
RFID card
Model
CARD-1
CARD-2
*CARD-H
FB-DAP-R/W
FB-DAP-R/W
FBs-DAP-BR/CR
134.2KHz
134.2KHz
13.56MHz
Specifications
Matching DAP models
Operating frequency
Memory
64bits with Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) on data
−25°C~50°C (ISO7810)
Working temperature
Power supply
Sensing distance
Writing times
Battery not required (power supplied from wireless electric waves released by card-reading module
−AR/−BR/-CR)
12cm~18cm
Unwritable(cannot copy, unique)
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (Gram)
5cm~9cm
At least 10000 times
86×54×13
12
5
CARD-H includes one set of read-only UID code (unique card number that cannot be duplicated) and another set of
ID code (card number) available for writing/reading. FBs-DAP-BR/-CR can select to read either set of card numbers.
Appendix I -1
1.1 Profile
4ψ×4
DATA ACCESS PANEL
FBs-DAP
Lateral
Back
Front
FATEK
X
T
7
A
M
1
F
ADR / DOC
B
DEC / HEX
0
FUN
CLEAR
6
2
3
CV / PV
W
S
R
9
5
4
D
ON / OFF
8
E
Y
C
+
SHIFT
ENTER
1.2 Important points before operation
1、 FBs-DAP possesses a function to return to the operation mode (general data setter and self-defined 8/16
special keys) before power failure and each DAP can be place in a different mode when connecting many sets.
2、 When operating FBs-DAP,D2944~D3071 register of PLC will be used as the system configuration area (most
data set by FUN functions are stored here) , the user shall avoid this area.
3、 Any communication port, once converted to a RS485 interface, can be connected to a maximum of 16
FBs-DAP-B(R) sets.
4、 When PLC is connected with FBs-DAP-B(R),the station number of PLC is limited to a range of 1~32.
5、 The communication parameter of connections between PLC and FBs-DAP-B(R) are:
port0、1、2:9600 / 19200 / 38400、Even、7 Data bits、1 Stop bit
(DAP automatic detection baud rate 9600 / 19200 / 38400)
ex:R4158=5521H, i.e. port2 being 9600;R4158=5523H, i.e. port2 being 38400.
6、 When many sets of DAP are connected, if any two or more have the same station number, then DAP will
request for number change, which can be done by only entering〝
new DAP NO.
” keys。
7、 The transmission line of the RS-485 interface must use a twisted pair with a shielded cover on the outer layer.
Please refer to chapter 11 in the Operation Manual II for other important points.
8、 The scanning time of PLC will affect the update time of DAP.
9、 When Proladder(or FP-08) and DAP are connected to the same set of PLC, to change the program through
Proladder is not allowed; if so, the timer information displayed by DAP won’t be correct (In this case, the DAP
shall be reset).
10、FP-08 is capable of entry of common with up to 16 characters for contacts and registers editing.
Appendix I -2
1.3 The main functions of FBs-DAP
The main functions of FBs-DAP can be categorized as: general data accessing, FUN functions of parameter
setting, wireless card reading (RFID), and message display function. The details of the functions will be introduced in the
following sections.
1.4 General data access function
FBs-DAP can be used as a 〝TC setter〞as well as the access to registers (R、D、W) and contacts (X、Y、M、S).
In the FUN functions in the following sections, it can also be used as write-protect with T、C、R、D、X、Y、M、S. There
are two kinds of display for monitoring information: ADR (general addresses) and DOC monitoring. The latter shall make
DOC compilation (max. 16 words in English, symbols, numbers) in advance through Proladder or FP-08 for T, C, register
R/D and contacts so the DOC can be displayed.
1、 ADR monitoring
A. Timer and Counter monitoring
【Pressing keys】:
T or C number

or
number
Cursor position
↓
  

 
↑
Status
← Set value
← Current value
↑
FBs-DAP automatic detecting a decimal point position
B. Registers (R、D、DR、DD、WX、WY、WM、WS) and contacts (X、Y、M、S) monitoring
【Monitored range】
Type
T
C
D
R
DD
DR
WX
WY
WM
WS
X
Y
M
S
Range
0
|
255
0
|
255
0
|
4095
0
|
8071
0
|
4094
0
|
8070
0
|
240
0
|
240
0
|
1984
0
|
984
0
|
255
0
|
255
0
|
2001
0
|
999
【Pressing keys】:
or
+(
+
(
)
or
number
(
or
Cursor position
↓
or
or
or
or
or
)
Value
↓




← Item 1
← Item 2
↑
Status
Appendix I -3
)
+
〝H〞 indicates hexadecimal
↓
 
 

↑
Y15
※ WX、WY、WM、WS can display one item only but each
pressing status is available.
↑
Y0
Note:1、Pressing
2、Pressing
can move the cursor up and down or switch between CV or PV.
or
can decrease or increase the monitored item number.
3、For a monitored item value, input a new value directly and then press
+
contacts can be changed by pressing
4、Pressing
+
. The status of the
.
can change the means to display a value (either with decimal or hexadecimal
system).
2、 DOC monitoring





← DOC of T10
← Current value
↑
Contact status
 


Note:1、Pressing
+
← Register DOC
← Value
can switch the monitoring of ADR and DOC.
2、The display switch between CV (current value) and PV of the timer (counter) can use
3、
or
.
can be moved up or down to next monitored item with DOC.
3、 Speed monitoring FUN keys(FUN KEY 0~9, totaling 10 keys)
【Pressing keys】:
+
(
~
)
B
Direct display of a monitored item set by the client.
Note:1、Items to be monitored can be set from the following “FUN functions”.
2、Items to be monitored can be displayed with ADR or DOC monitoring.
Appendix I -4
1.5 FUN Functions
1.5.1 In and out of FUN functions
■ Enter FUN functions
+
Press
+
OR
1、PASSWORD OPEN
(Password open)
2、PASSWORD CLOSE
(Password blocked)
3、PASSWORD SET
(Password setting)
4、DEFINE FUN KEY
(Self-defined function keys for fast monitoring)
5、DEFINE ALARM
ADDRESS
(Define the start address of content for display at an alarm)
6、DEFINE SOFTKEY
(8-KEY)
(Self-defined 8 soft keys)
* 7、ENTER SOFTKEY
MODE (8-KEY)
8、DEFINE SOFTKEY
(16-KEY)
* 9、ENTER SOFTKEY
MODE(16-KEY)
○
○
○
○
○
(Enter the 16 soft keys mode)
(Adjust volume)
11、SET DAP NO.
(Set DAP NO. for multi-link)
12、MAX. DAP NO.
ON NETWORK(1~16)
(Set the max. DAP numbers(1-16) on network for multi-link)
13、WRITE PROTECT
(Data write-in protection)
14、RF CARD MODE
(RF card mode selection)
15、RF CARD
START ADDR.
(Set the start address to store the ID code of RF card)
KEYS MAPPING
17、DAP ASSIGN.
FOR 8/16-KEY
(Enable keys mapping to corresponding special contacts)
(8/16 soft keys mode assignment for each DAP )
* 18、SELECT ID
CODE OF RF CARD
*
(Self-defined 16 soft keys)
10、VOLUME
* 16、ENABLE
○
(Enter the 8 soft keys mode)
19、WRITE RF CARD
* 20、LOCK R/W ID
CODE OF RF CARD
(Select the ID code category of RF card)
(Write new ID code into RF card)
(Lock the ID code of RF card)
*:Indicates when multiple DAPs are connected, each DAP can be set respectively.
○ :Indicates when multiple DAPs are connected, the information set by one of them is not available for use until PLC is reset.
■ Exit of FUN functions to general data access functions. Press + + Monitored
items +
Note:1、When several DAPs are connected, information can be stored to PLC (D2944~D3071) if one of the DAP is set in
all the FUN functions (except item 11).
2、After entering FUN 4~20, without password protection, all the FUN functions can be executed by only pressing
. With password protection, it is required to pass it first before executing FUN functions.
3、If it is password-protected, FBs-DAP will be set in a password protection status at each beginning of operation.
4、FUN items 1~9 can be entered with numeric keys directly and then go straight to that function.
5 、 After executing a item of FUN functions, if execution of other items is required, press the three keys
+
+
again.
Appendix I -5
1.5.2 FUN function description
FUN 1~3(password)
1、 Password contains up to 4 digits(unrelated to LADDER program’s password).
2、 After the password is set, it will enter a password-locked status until DAP power on next time.
3、 After the password is locked, all the FUN functions are not available.
FUN 4(DEFINE FUN KEY):Self-defined function keys for fast monitoring.
FUN KEY 0
> T 10
〈 ADR〉
4、 DEFINE FUN KEY
…
、
FUN KEY 9
> R1000
〈 DOC〉
1、 There are ten self-defined function keys for fast monitoring in total.
2、 All items available for monitoring can be defined in the ten function keys.
3、 Pressing
+
can select ADR or DOC.
FUN 5(DEFINE ALARM ADDRESS):Define the address of content for display at an alarm.
1.
There are ten start addresses, that is, ten levels of alarm signals.
2.
All items available for monitoring can be defined in the said ten start addresses.
3.
Pressing
4.
Control measures of alarm signals for display are shown as follows:
+
can select ADR or DOC for display.
【Corresponding list for control】
Alarm level
(priority sequence)
Control contact
Indication register
Start address of the content displayed
ALARM 0
M1900
R3820
Client-defined
ALARM 1
M1901
R3821
Client-defined
R3829
……
M1909
……
……
……
ALARM 9
Client-defined
【Example】Assume the start address of ALARM 0 displayed content to be R100,
If M1900=1 then the alarm address for display is R100 +(R3820)
If R3820=0
Display address or DOC of R100
R3820=1
Display address or DOC of R101
R3820=2
Display address or DOC of R102
Note 1:When a multi-level alarm occurs, only the address or DOC with priority can be displayed. The
address or DOC of a sub level alarm will not be displayed until this alarm with priority is released.
Note 2:To display a DOC (message) with 16 digits above, the corresponding indication register (R3820~
R3829) content can be changed anytime to reach this purpose.
Note 3:M1911 can control whether to sound the alarm buzzer. If M1911=0 (preset), it shall be activated.
Appendix I -6
FUN 6(DEFINE SOFTKEY-8 KEYS):Self-defined 8 soft keys
FUN 7(ENTER SOFTKEY MODE-8 KEYS):Enter the 8 soft key mode
、
、
、
、
、
、
1.
Available for defining 8 soft keys:
2.
Definable range:R0~R3839、D0~D2943、M0~M1899.
3.
In defining M0~M1899, this key can be defined as one of the 5 modes.
Mode
Definition
、
Description
Set
(S)
Set this contact to 1
1
Reset
(R)
Set this contact to 0
2
Moment
(M)
1 in pressing, 0 in being released
3
Inverse
(I)
Pressing once will have one inverse phase.
Monitor
(V)
Monitor this contact
0
4
【Example】 Assume
definition as R0,
definition as M0 mode 0(Set). Once enter the 8 soft key
mode in function 7,
Then pressing
display address or DOC of R0.
display
address or DOC of M0 and force M0 ON
Note 1:After defining the 8 soft keys, once function 7 is executed, it will enter 8 soft key operation mode.
And then the 8 soft keys will be executed according to function 6 definitions.
and
Note 2:In situation of
with no definition, push either of them will cause DAP returning the
general data access function. Just push
、
Note 3:
to turn back 8/16 soft keys mode.
both are allowed out of definition, but the other keys will not be effected without
definition.
+(D2972 content)+
Note 4:To return to normal operation mode, press〝
D2972 content is from 0000~9999(4 digits required).
Note 5:When define special key, for optional can push
〞, among which
and choose protection or non-protection on
the defined content. (the upper right corner of LCD show that " p " content of monitoring which
shows this special key can only be read and can't be written)
Note 6:Push both
and
at one time can transform 8/16 soft keys mode.
FUN 8(DEFINE SOFTKEY-16 KEYS):Self-defined 16 soft keys
FUN 9(ENTER SOFTKEY MODE-16 KEYS):Enter the16 soft keys mode
、
、
、
、
、
、
~
1.
Available for defining 16 soft keys:
2.
Definable range:T0~T255、C0~C199、R0~R3839、D0~D2943、M0~M1899。
3.
In defining M0~M1899, this key can be defined as one of the 5 modes and when a message is being
displayed, if the key is pressed, the display will not be changed.
Mode
Definition
Description
0
Set
(S)
1
Reset
(R)
Set this contact to 0
2
Moment
(M)
1 in pressing, 0 in being released
3
Inverse
(I)
Pressing once will have one inverse phase.
4
Monitor
(V)
Monitor this contact
Set this contact to 1
Appendix I -7
4.
When defined as T, C, R or D, the value change is by pressing
or
to make the corresponding
M1840~M1871 ON (the client is required to write a plus/minus 1 program in the LADDER program) to achieve
this purpose.
Soft
key
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
T
C
D
R
SHIFT
M1840 M1841 M1842 M1843 M1844 M1845 M1846 M1847 M1848 M1849 M1850 M1851 M1852 M1853 M1854 M1855
M1856 M1857 M1858 M1859 M1860 M1861 M1862 M1863 M1864 M1865 M1866 M1867 M1868 M1869 M1870 M1871
【Example】Assume
definition as R0,
defined as M0 mode 1 (Reset).
After entering 16 soft key mode in function 9,
Display the address or DOC of R0, and then pressing
Press
, its corresponding
M1850 will be ON; OFF after it is released.
Display the address or DOC of M0 and force M0 OFF.
Note 1:After the 16 soft keys are defined, once function 9 is executed, it will enter 16 soft key operation mode
and then the 16 soft keys will be executed according to function 8 definition.
Note 2:In situation of
and
with no definition, push either of them will cause DAP returning the
general data access function. Just push
to turn back 8/16 soft keys mode.
Note 3:To return to normal operation mode, press〝
Note 4:Push both
and
+(
+
+
+
)+
〞.
at one time can transform 8/16 soft keys mode.
FUN 11(SET DAP NO.):Set DAP NO. for multi-link.
After any communication of FBs-PLC is converted to RS485 interface (Among which port2 as such is a
RS485 interface), the FBs-DAP-B(R) of the 16 sets can be connected. Each DAP shall need a unique number,
1~16 (but one of them must be number 1). This DAP is not related to PLC numbers, meaning the number can have
the same PLC number.
FUN 12(MAX. DAP NO. ON NETWORK):Set the max. DAP numbers on network for multi-link. (Max. 16 ,default 7)
In a connection of several DAPs, FBs-PLC can be joined with new DAPs. But the more the DAP number, the
longer the time to update information of each DAP. As a result, set the DAP number (the DAP number can not be
bigger than this number) on network appropriately will decrease time for information to update.
FUN 13(WRITE PROTECT):Data write-in protection
Aimed for monitored items (T, C, R, D, Y, M, S), set the information in write-in protection separately. Just fill
in the corresponding place with 1, and then the item is write-in protected and can be read values only.
FUN 14(RF CARD MODE):RF card mode selection
MODE=〝0〞
When reading a RF card, it will display whether this card is OK or Error. When the RF card is out
of sensing distance, it will pop up 〝NEXT〞, indicating another RF card is available now.
MODE=〝1〞
Once a RF card is read, it will beep once and will not display any information so the sensing
speed can be faster. But when many DAPs are connected, this mode will increase by about
60mS to each set for monitored item information.
Appendix I -8
FUN 15(RF CARD START ADDR.):Set the start address to store the ID code of RF card
Store a card number’s address can be set through the function, ranging from D0~D2860 (preset to D2860).
Please refer to “Wireless card reading functions in sec. 1.6” for detailed description.
FUN 16(ENABLE KEYS MAPPING):Enable keys mapping to corresponding special contact
After this function is set to 〝Enable〞and enter SOFTKEY MODE(8-KEY and 16-KEY), pressing a definable
soft key will force ON some contact of a corresponding contact under its number and the other contacts become
OFF. When set to “Disable”, the corresponding special contact of this DAP will not be effected.
The following is corresponding special contacts to different DAP keys when in 16-KEY mode:
KEY
No.
T
C
D
R
7
4
(↑)
(↓)
1
0
8
5
2
SHIFT
9
6
3
1
M1784 M1785 M1786 M1787 M1788 M1789 M1790 M1791 M1792 M1793 M1794 M1795 M1796 M1797 M1798 M1799
2
M1768 M1769 M1770 M1771 M1772 M1773 M1774 M1775 M1776 M1777 M1778 M1779 M1780 M1781 M1782 M1783
3
M1752 M1753 M1754 M1755 M1756 M1757 M1758 M1759 M1760 M1761 M1762 M1763 M1764 M1765 M1766 M1767
4
M1736 M1737 M1738 M1739 M1740 M1741 M1742 M1743 M1744 M1745 M1746 M1747 M1748 M1749 M1750 M1751
5
M1720 M1721 M1722 M1723 M1724 M1725 M1726 M1727 M1728 M1729 M1730 M1731 M1732 M1733 M1734 M1735
6
M1704 M1705 M1706 M1707 M1708 M1709 M1710 M1711 M1712 M1713 M1714 M1715 M1716 M1717 M1718 M1719
7
M1688 M1689 M1690 M1691 M1692 M1693 M1694 M1695 M1696 M1697 M1698 M1699 M1700 M1701 M1702 M1703
8
M1672 M1673 M1674 M1675 M1676 M1677 M1678 M1679 M1680 M1681 M1682 M1683 M1684 M1685 M1686 M1687
9
M1656 M1657 M1658 M1659 M1660 M1661 M1662 M1663 M1664 M1665 M1666 M1667 M1668 M1669 M1670 M1671
10
M1640 M1641 M1642 M1643 M1644 M1645 M1646 M1647 M1648 M1649 M1650 M1651 M1652 M1653 M1654 M1655
11
M1624 M1625 M1626 M1627 M1628 M1629 M1630 M1631 M1632 M1633 M1634 M1635 M1636 M1637 M1638 M1639
12
M1608 M1609 M1610 M1611 M1612 M1613 M1614 M1615 M1616 M1617 M1618 M1619 M1620 M1621 M1622 M1623
13
M1592 M1593 M1594 M1595 M1596 M1597 M1598 M1599 M1600 M1601 M1602 M1603 M1604 M1605 M1606 M1607
14
M1576 M1577 M1578 M1579 M1580 M1581 M1582 M1583 M1584 M1585 M1586 M1587 M1588 M1589 M1590 M1591
15
M1560 M1561 M1562 M1563 M1564 M1565 M1566 M1567 M1568 M1569 M1570 M1571 M1572 M1573 M1574 M1575
16
M1544 M1545 M1546 M1547 M1548 M1549 M1550 M1551 M1552 M1553 M1554 M1555 M1556 M1557 M1558 M1559
In 8-KEY mode, only 8 keys
keys ineffective.
And
、
、
、
、
take the positions of
、
、
、
and
、
are effective, i.e. number
, but it must be when both keys are
defined as soft keys so that the corresponding special contacts are effective.
〈Example〉 No.2:Pressing
No. 5:Pressing
, M1768 is ON and M1769~M1783 OFF.
, M1722 is ON and other contacts M1720~M1735 OFF.
FUN 17 (DAP ASSIGN. FOR 8/16-KEY):8/16 soft keys mode assignment for each DAP.
As multiple DAPs are connected, if this DAP select “0)SAME”, as long as one of the connected DAPs(also
selects〝0〞)sets it self-defined 8/16 soft keys can be shared. If “1)INDEPENDENT”is selected, then this DAP can
have independent settings which may have different definitions of its 8/16 soft keys than other DAPs.
Appendix I -9
FUN18 (SELECT ID CODE OF RF CARD): Select the ID code category of RF card.
RF CARD-H contains one set of 16-code (0~F) UID code (unique card number, safe from duplication) and one
set of 12-code (0~F) writable/readale ID code(card number), which can be used to select the ID code to read from
FBs-DAP.
FUN19 (WRITE RF CARD): Write new ID code into RF card
Please read section 1.6 for details.
FUN20 (LOCK R/W ID CODE OF RF CARD): Lock the ID code of RF card
RF CARD-H contains one set of 12-code (0~F) writable/readable ID code. Upon execution of this function, the
ID code cannot be written as a new set of card numbers.
1.6 Wireless card(RFID) read/write functions
RF CARD-H that suits FBs-DAP contains one set of 16-code (0~F) UID code (unique card number, safe from
duplication) and one set of 12-code (0~F) writable/readable ID code (card number). All card numbers read in by
FBs-DAP are coded for protection with high security.
The sensing distance of CARD-H generally ranges from 5~9cm, away from sources of electromagnetic waves or
great power lines.
There are two ways to write the ID code(card number) into RF CARD-H (but can’t lock R/W ID code):
1 Use FUN19 of FBs-DAP: In FUN 19, input 12 numbers from 0~F or use
In the end place CARD-H within 5 cm from FBs-DAP and press
、
to change the card number.
to write the card number into CARD-H.
2 Use the PLC ladder program : Please firstly set M1899 and M1910 to “ON” status and store new card number in
D2940~D2942 through PLC ladder program. When put CARD-H inside the sensing distance,FBs-DAP will store
the new number in CARD-H within 150mS (when the scan time of PLC is longer than 100mS, this time will
increase accordingly) and display “OK” to indicate the completion of card number writing.
Locations and application of the card number storage
FBs-DAP saves RF card numbers within sensing distance into two places in PLC. The places and application are
described as follows:
1、Fixed in R3835~R3839(totaling 5 registers):During operation, M1910 shall be controlled.
Card number
format
R3835
N1
N2
N1:DAP number 1~16(i.e. 1H~10H)
R3836
××××
N2:52H(R:read-only card) or 57H(W:readable/writable card)
R3837
××××
R3836~R3839 store 16 0~F card numbers
R3838
××××
R3839
××××
Application:
Only in monitoring (or8/16 soft keys) mode (non-FUN functions) and the RF card in sensing distance,
FBs-DAP(−BR or −CR)will send the RF card number together with DAP number to PLC R3835~R3839.
In mode 0 of function 14 (RF CARD MODE), all the client needs to do is compare the card number. If it is
OK, only set M1910 to 1 and then DAP will indicate “OK”, or “ERROR”. When the RF card is out of sensing
distance, DAP will pop up “NEXT” and clear the content of PLC R3838~R3839 to 0, which means
available for another RF card. In mode 1 of function 14, as soon as DAP reads a card number, it will save
it to R3835~R3839 with a beep. After the RF card exits, the 5 registers remain unchanged.
Appendix I -10
Applicable occasions:
Where one set or multiple sets are connected but RF cards are not used frequently, the program to be
applied will be a lot easier. But in the event of a card number read from different DAPs at the same time, it
will be difficult for PLC to identify the information correctly.
2、Preset D2860~D2939 (16 differently-located DAP take on 5 registers individually, i.e. 80 registers in all, but the
locations can be changed through function 15) control one point of M1880~M1895 separately when in use.
Card number
format
D2860
N1
N2
Card number
format
D2865
N1
N2
Card number
format
D2870
N1
N2
D2861
××××
D2866
××××
D2871
××××
D2862
××××
D2867
××××
D2872
××××
D2863
××××
D2868
××××
D2873
××××
D2864
××××
D2869
××××
D3974
××××
No. 1
⇓
M1880
No. 2
⇓
M1881
Card number
format
No. 3
⇓
M1882
D2935
………..
N1
N2
D2936
××××
D2937
××××
D2938
××××
D2939
××××
No. 16
⇓
M1895
Application measures:
The application measures are all described as the above-mentioned but that the storage places of card
numbers and corresponding contacts for control are different. For example, in mode 0 of function 14, from
No. 2 DAP sensing to the RF card, now no. 2 will send same card numbers to two different places in
R3835~R3839 and D2865~D2869 (the content of the other registers remains unchanged), and all the
client needs to do is control M1881 for the DAP to display “OK” or “ERROR”. After the RF card exits, the
content of the 10 registers R3835 ~ R3839 and D2865 ~ D2869 will be cleared to 0 (but remains
unchanged in mode 1).
Applicable occasions:
When several DAPs are connected, the RF card can be read in from different DAPs and each DAP has its
independent card numbers storage places and control points so that no PLC misjudgment case occurs, but
the programming will be more troublesome.
※ If you do not want R3835~R3839 to display a card number value, you can use the Ladder program to fill in
these registers with other fixed values.
Appendix I -11
1.7 Special message display function
In general monitoring mode and soft key mode (16 KEYS or 8 KEYS), the user can configure the DAP to
display every kind of message under some circumstances, and the two-line display on the LCD can be controlled
separately to simultaneously display different messages. Every message is 1~511 words and numbers (ASCII code)
long, in which a maximum of 16 variables (if variables with 32-digit are not used, then it can use up to 25) can be
included. When a message has more than 16 words, the message will be displaced left for display, in which the
moving speed or pause time can be configured flexibly.
1.7.1 Message display application
The FBs-DAP-B(R) can be connected up to 16 sets (Number 1~16). Each DAP not only can display different
messages individually but make all the DAPs connected display the same message simultaneously. If you go to a
special contact (R3780~M3813) set by Enable, the DAP will display the message ASCII Code) indicated by the
corresponding indication register (R3780~M3813). The content of the indication register is the start register of
messages, i.e. start of ASCII Code. The indication register content can be changed anytime in order to change and
display different messages.
The following is a list of corresponding special contacts and indication registers when each DAP is
displaying a message for control.
Number of
a message
LCD line 1
LCD line 2
displayed
Special
contact
Indication
register
Special
contact
Indication
register
1~16
M1800
R3780
M1801
R3781
1
M1802
R3782
M1803
R3783
2
M1804
R3784
M1805
R3785
3
M1806
R3786
M1807
R3787
4
M1808
R3788
M1809
R3789
5
M1810
R3790
M1811
R3791
6
M1812
R3792
M1813
R3793
7
M1814
R3794
M1815
R3795
8
M1816
R3796
M1817
R3797
9
M1818
R3798
M1819
R3799
10
M1820
R3800
M1821
R3801
11
M1822
R3802
M1823
R3803
12
M1824
R3804
M1825
R3805
13
M1826
R3806
M1827
R3807
14
M1828
R3808
M1829
R3809
15
M1830
R3810
M1831
R3811
16
M1832
R3812
M1833
R3813
※ The start register of a message
indicated by an indication register
means:
0~8070:indicating R0~R8070
10000~13070:indicating D0~D3070
※ Special contacts M1800 and M1801
have a priority display function.
※ M1911 can control an alarm buzzer
whether to sound or not. If M1911=0
(preset), it shall be activated.
〈Example〉Assume M1803 from 0→1, R3783=100
Result:Line 2 of No. 1 of the LCD will display messages in ASCII Code with R100 start.
〈Example〉 Assume M1828 from 0→1, R3808=10000
Result:Line 1 of No. 14 of the LCD will display messages in ASCII Code with D0 start.
〈Example〉 Assume M1801 from 0→1, R3781=0
Result:Line 2 of all the DAPs will display messages in ASCII Code with R0 start.
Appendix I -12
1.7.2 The Information formats of messages(ASCII)
The information formats of messages are very similar to chapter 14 “Application of ASCII File Output
Function” in the Advanced Manual that are all categorized as fixed background information and dynamic variable
information. The first can be words in English, numbers, or signs, and the second binary, decimal or hexadecimal
system.
Length of a message is 1~511 digits (including blank spaces), but because there are only 16 digits a line in a
DAP LCD, if a message has more than 16 digits, it will be displayed automatically toward the left (preset moving
one time a second); if less than 16 digits, the tail will be filled in with blank digits and no moving occurs.
The editing of message can work through 「ASCII Table」function under WinProladder by choose ”DAP
output” from 「Output preview」then start the editing. The editing command formats are as follows:
1 Background information format
Any ASCII Code digits quoted with '
' can be background information. To display a single quotation mark
as such, two continuous quotation marks are a must. Example:
' I ' 'M A BOY' will be displayed I'M A BOY
2 Variable information format
,"8 .2
↗
↑
Total
variable
count
displayed
Decimal
point
count
R0
↑
D",
↖
Variable
Register
Carry
code
displayed
Description information in a pair of dual quotation marks 〝 〞is used to indicate the register address
(number) storing the variable information and in what format and carry code to display.
Total variable count displayed:In this case, the value (including minus) of the variable R0 is displayed in a field
with 8 digits. If the variable value is bigger than the total variable count
displayed, the digits further from the point will be cut. If not enough, blank
spaces will fill in.
Decimal point count:the decimal point count in the total digits. In this case, with a total count of 8 digits, the
decimal point count is 2. The decimal point sign 〝.〞 as such possesses one digit and
there are 5 digits left in the integral part.
Variable register:can be used as 16 digit register’s R、D、WX、WY、………, or 32 digit register’s DR、DD、
DWX、DWY、………etc. The content value in the register will be retrieved and displayed with
the format and carry code described in the 〝 〞.
Contacts:generally displayed as ON or OFF (total digit count displayed is set to a fixed 3), but if added with
binary system B in the tail, 0/1 will be displayed (total digit count fixed 1)
Carry code:can be hexadecimal H, decimal D (the carry code will use decimal if without indication, so D can be
omitted.), or binary B, etc., but a 32 digit variable can not be displayed with binary system.
In this case, R0’s content value is −32768. In 8.2 format the result is displayed as:
− 3 2 7 . 6 8
If the format is changed from 8.2 to 5.1, then the result becomes:
2 7 6 . 8
Appendix I -13
3 Basic command signs
nS
Left move speed (repeatable)
Message displayed at a left LCD move per n(1~255)× 0.1s。
nP
Stop move (repeatable)
Message stop in(1~255)× 0.1s,and then move left at a configured speed.
,
Comma
Used as a statement to divide the file information. Information between two neighboring commas is a
complete and executable statement (unnecessary for the start and end of a file).
END
End of a file
※ nS and nP commands will not be activated until after the information following them moves to the left
first place on the LCD display. They can have a repeatable arrangement of any place in ASCII, but the
same command cannot be connected together.
〈Example〉 Information edited with WinProladder ASCII file editor. R0 is a start register of an ASCII file
and the file information is shown as follows:
5S,20P,’A=’,〝6.2R3840〞,’B=’,〝6.2R3841〞,30P,’C:
’
D:
’,〝1M1B〞,’
E: ’,〝1M2B〞, ’
’,〝1M0B〞,
’,END
If M1800 from 0→1 and R3780=0(i.e. R0), Line 1 of the LCD of DAPs of all numbers is shown as follows:


Move a place left after stopping 2 seconds


Move a place left per 0.5s










After stopping 3s and then move a place left







Return to display again after reaching the end of the ASCII
※
Variable information is renewable anytime.
※
To display another message, just change R3780 value and not for M1800.
Appendix I -14
Always displayed in a cycle

︵
when
M1800
And
R3780
Are
Not
changed
︶
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