DL06 LCD Display Buzzer

DL06 LCD Display Buzzer
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DL06 LCD Display
The optional D0-06LCD (<--->) is a cost
effective LCD display panel that is easy to
install. This device is available exclusively
for the DL06 PLCs.
One simple ladder instruction is used to
set up the display. The LCD configuration
instruction is available in DirectSOFT,
version 4.0 or later.
Buzzer
16 X 2 backlit display
Note: The D2-HPP handheld programmer
does not support DL06 LCD configuration.
Keypad navigation
The 16 character x 2 row display mounts
directly on the face of the PLC. The LCD is
backlit and is accessible using the seven
function keys on the front of the display.
Monitor or change data
values
You can view V-memory registers, I/O
status, PLC mode, or system errors without
interrupting the PLC’s control function.
Display messages required for alarm or
monitoring purposes can be preprogrammed or imported as ASCII data.
Password protection
Two layers of password protection
prevent unauthorized changes to clock
and calendar setup and V-memory data
values. Individuals with password authorization can change clock, calender,
V-memory values, force bits on or off, etc.
The DL06 User Manual (D0-06USER-M)
describes more fully the installation and
operation of the D0-06LCD. Be sure to
consult this manual before installing the
DL06 LCD. The manual is available free
on our Web site, or it can be purchased
separately.
Snap-in installation
The display installs easily into any model
DL06 PLC.
The piezoelectric buzzer can be configured to provide pushbutton feedback.
Seven function keys on the face of the
LCD display provide navigation through
messages or menu items. Messages fall
into two categories:
• Error messages
• User-defined preprogrammed messages
At power-up the default screen is
displayed. The default screen can be userdefined.
Seven menu choices allow you to view
or change all accessible data values (see
next page).
Note: Remove power to the PLC before
installing or removing the LCD display.
Remove the plastic cover (located between
the input and output terminals) by sliding
the cover to the left. In its place, slide in
the LCD display until it snaps into place.
Display or change individual bits (up to
16 bits per screen) or 32-bit double word
values from V-memory.
Left
Up
Right
Down
Escape
Enter
Menu
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Overview
Menu choices
Ladder instruction
Pressing the Menu key takes you to the last
accessed menu (or the first menu selection, if you haven’t previously accessed a
menu). Each time you press the Menu key
(or if you simply hold the menu key down)
the display will step through all menu
choices.
The LCD instruction in DirectSOFT gives
the PLC programmer a convenient way
to define screen messages. A literal
string can be programmed using the
LCD instruction. Embedding variables
allows you to customize the messages
for an application that involves changing
values. The following example shows an
embedded date and time on an alarm
message:
There are seven built-in menus. Use the
Menu key to locate the menu you need,
and press the Enter key to view or change
values.
Messages can also be retrieved from
V-memory and sent to the display.
Select K1 or K2 to indicate which line
you want to write to and select “From
V-memory” as the source of the string.
Up to 16 characters of ASCII text can
be displayed per line. In the example,
K16 indicates that 16 bytes (8 words)
of ASCII text is retrieved for display.
From the default screen or a message
screen, press and hold the Menu key. The
display will scroll through the following
choices:
M1 : PLC information
M2 : System configuration
M3 : Monitor
M4 : Calendar R/W
M5 : Password operation
M6 : Error history read
M7 : LCD test and set
Make a menu selection by pressing the
Enter key. Change data values using the
direction arrow keys.
The top line (16 characters) is designated K1, and the second line is K2.
The sample instructions on this page
show how a message is developed. A
permissive contact turns on the instruction block, which sends the message to
the display.
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