CAUTION - Mitsubishi Electric

CAUTION - Mitsubishi Electric
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(Always read these instructions before using this equipment.)
Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual
carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly.
The instructions given in this manual are concerned with this product. For the safety instructions of the
programmable controller system, please read the CPU module user's manual.
In this manual, the safety instructions are ranked as "DANGER" and "CAUTION".
Note that the
DANGER
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions,
resulting in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions,
resulting in medium or slight personal injury or physical damage.
CAUTION level may lead to a serious consequence according to the circumstances.
Always follow the instructions of both levels because they are important to personal safety.
Please save this manual to make it accessible when required and always forward it to the end user.
[Design Precautions]]
DANGER
Some failures of the GOT, communication unit, communication board or cable may keep the outputs
on or off.
An external monitoring circuit should be provided to check for output signals which may lead to a
serious accident.
Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
If a communication fault (including cable disconnection) occurs during monitoring on the GOT,
communication between the GOT and PLC CPU is suspended and the GOT becomes inoperative.
For bus connection
: The CPU becomes faulty and the GOT becomes inoperative.
For other than bus connection
: The GOT becomes inoperative.
A system where the GOT is used should be configured to perform any significant operation to the
system by using the switches of a device other than the GOT on the assumption that a GOT
communication fault will occur.
Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
Do not use the GOT as the warning device that may cause a serious accident.
An independent and redundant hardware or mechanical interlock is required to configure the device
that displays and outputs serious warning.
Failure to observe this instruction may result in an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction.
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[Design Precautions]
DANGER
Incorrect operation of the touch switch(s) may lead to a serious accident if the GOT backlight is
gone out.
When the GOT backlight goes out, the display section turns black and causes the monitor screen
to appear blank, while the input of the touch switch(s) still remains active.
This may confuse an operator in thinking that the GOT is in “screensaver” mode, who then tries to
release the GOT from this mode by touching the display section, which may cause a touch switch
to operate.
Note that the following occurs on the GOT when the backlight goes out.
The monitor screen disappears even when the screensaver is not set.
The monitor screen will not come back on by touching the display section, even if the
screensaver is set.
CAUTION
Do not bundle the control and communication cables with main-circuit, power or other wiring.
Run the above cables separately from such wiring and keep them a minimum of 100mm apart.
Not doing so noise can cause a malfunction.
[Mounting Precautions]]
DANGER
Before installing or removing the GOT to or from the control panel, always switch off the GOT
power externally in all phases.
Not doing so can cause the GOT to fail or malfunction.
Before loading or unloading the communication board, communication unit or memory board to or
from the GOT, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction.
CAUTION
The GOT should be used in the environment given in the general specifications of the GOT user's
manual.
Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product damage or deterioration.
When mounting the GOT to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque
range.
Undertightening can cause the GOT to drop, short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or
the GOT.
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[Mounting Precautions]
CAUTION
When loading the communication board or communication unit to the GOT, fit it to the connection
interface of the GOT and tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or unit.
When loading the memory board into the GOT, load it into its corresponding GOT slot and tighten
the mounting screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a malfunction due to a poor contact.
Overtightening can cause a malfunction due to the damage of the screws or the GOT.
When loading the PC card into the GOT, insert and push it into its corresponding GOT slot until
the PC card eject button comes up.
Not doing so can cause a malfunction due to a poor contact.
Before loading or unloading the PC card to or from the GOT, set the memory card access switch
to the OFF position.
Not doing so can cause the PC card data to be corrupted.
When taking out the PC card, hold it with one hand and remove.
If removed without a hand support, the PC card may drop, resulting in breakage or damage.
[Wiring Precautions]
DANGER
Before starting wiring, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.
Not doing so may cause an electric shock, product damage or malfunction.
CAUTION
Please make sure to ground FG terminal, LG terminal, and protective ground terminal of the GOT
power supply section by applying Class D Grounding (Class 3 Grounding Method) or higher
which is used exclusively for the GOT.
Not doing so may cause an electric shock or malfunction.
Correctly wire the GOT power supply section after confirming the rated voltage and terminal
arrangement of the product.
Not doing so can cause a fire or failure.
Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or the
GOT.
Exercise care to avoid foreign matter such as chips and wire offcuts entering the GOT.
Not doing so can cause a fire, failure or malfunction.
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[Wiring Precautions]
CAUTION
Plug the bus connection cable by inserting it into the connector of the connected unit until it
"clicks".
After plugging, check that it has been inserted snugly.
Not doing so can cause a malfunction due to a contact fault.
Plug the communication cable into the connector of the connected unit and tighten the mounting
and terminal screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or unit.
[Test Operation Precautions]
DANGER
Before performing test operation (bit device on/off, word device's present value changing, timer/
counter's set value and present value changing, buffer memory's present value changing) for a
user-created monitor screen, system monitoring, special module monitoring or ladder monitoring,
read the manual carefully to fully understand how to operate the equipment.
During test operation, never change the data of the devices which are used to perform significant
operation for the system.
False output or malfunction can cause an accident.
[Startup/Maintenance Precautions]
DANGER
When power is on, do not touch the terminals.
Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction.
Before starting cleaning or terminal screw retightening, always switch off the power externally in
all phases.
Not switching the power off in all phases can cause a unit failure or malfunction.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or unit.
CAUTION
Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Doing so can cause a failure, malfunction, injury or fire.
Do not touch the conductive and electronic parts of the unit directly.
Doing so can cause a unit malfunction or failure.
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[Startup/Maintenance Precautions]
CAUTION
The cables connected to the unit must be run in ducts or clamped.
Not doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged due to the dangling, motion or accidental
pulling of the cables or can cause a malfunction due to a cable connection fault.
When unplugging the cable connected to the unit, do not hold and pull the cable portion.
Doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged or can cause a malfunction due to a cable
connection fault.
[Backlight Changing Precautions]
DANGER
Before changing the backlight, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases (when
the GOT is connected to the bus, the PLC CPU power must also be switched off externally in all
phases) and remove the GOT from the control panel.
Not switching the power off in all phases may cause an electric shock.
Not removing the unit from the control panel can cause injury due to a drop.
CAUTION
When replacing the backlight, use the gloves.
Otherwise, it may cause you to be injured.
If you should directly touch the plated area of the main unit case with hand, be sure to wipe off the
fingerprint and so on, and install the main unit case.
Otherwise, it may cause a trouble or malfunction.
Start changing the backlight more than 5 minutes after switching the GOT power off.
Not doing so can cause a burn due to the heat of the backlight.
[Disposal Precautions]
CAUTION
When disposing of the product, handle it as industrial waste.
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REVISIONS
*The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
Sep., 1998
Feb., 1999
* Manual Number
SH(NA)-4005-A
SH(NA)-4005-B
Revision
First edition
Addition
Section 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2, 6.1, 6.3, 6.10, 6.11, 6.12, 6.13, 7.4, Appendix
1,2
A985GOT-TBA/TBD
Apr., 1999
SH(NA)-4005-C
Addition
Section 1.2, 1.3, 2.2, 3.2, 3.3, 6.1, 6.5, 7.4, 8.2, INDEX
A975GOT-TBA-B/TBD-B, A970GOT-TBA-B/TBD-B
A975GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-TBA-EU/SBA-EU, A960GOT-EBA-EU
Mar., 2000
SH(NA)-4005-D
Partial correction
Section 2.1, 3.1, 6.1, 6.3, 6.5, 6.12, 7.4, Appendix 1, 2, 3
Partial addition
Section 2.2, 3.2, 3.3, 6.4, 6.6, 6.7
Addition
Section 2.3, 2.4, 6.14, 8.5
A985GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-LBA/LBD
Dec., 2000
SH(NA)-4005-E
Partial correction
Chapter 5, Section 2.1, 2.3, 6.5, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 6.11, 6.12, 8.3
Partial addition
Chapter 1, Section 1.1, 2.2, 2.4, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 6.1, 6.3, 6.4, 6.6, 6.10, 7.4,
8.2, Appendix 1,2
Addition
Section 6.1.6, 6.1.7, 6.15, A985GOT-TBA-V, A985GOT-TBD-V
Jun., 2001
SH(NA)-4005-F
Partial correction
Section 1.2.1, 2.3
Partial addition
Section 1.1, 1.2.2, 2.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.3.1,3.3.2, 4.2, 6.1.2, 6.1.3, 6.1.4, 6.5.3,
6.7.1, 6.14.2, 8.2, Appendix 2
Addition
Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, 2.3.5
Feb., 2002
SH(NA)-4005-G
Partial correction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Apr., 2002
SH(NA)-4005-H
Partial correction
Section 2.3.3
Partial addition
Section 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 6.1.4, 8.2
Jul., 2002
SH(NA)-4005-I
Partial correction
Section 2.1, 3.2.1, 6.1.6, 6.1.7, 6.4.2, 6.12.2, 6.15
Partial addition
Section 2.2, Appendix 2
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Print Date
Dec., 2003
* Manual Number
SH(NA)-4005-J
Revision
Partial correction
Section 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3, 1.3.1, 1.3.3, 1.3.5, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3.2, 3.1, 3.2.1,
3.2.2, Chapter 5, Section 6.1.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.3, 6.1.5, 6.1.6, 6.1.7, 6.4.2, 6.5.1, 6.5.2,
6.6, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 6.11, 6.12, 6.14, 6.15, Chapter 8, Section 8.3, 8.6
Partial addition
Section 2.3, 2.3.1, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 2.4, 2.6, 6.1.4, 6.5.3, 7.4
Feb., 2004
SH(NA)-4005-K
Partial correction
Chapter 1, Section 2.2, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 6.4.2, 6.6.2, 6.7.2, 6.12.2, 6.15.2, 7.4,
Appendix 2
Partial addition
Section 2.3.2, 3.2.1, 6.7.1
Addition
Appendix 4, 4.1
Jun., 2004
SH(NA)-4005-L
Partial correction
Section 2.3.1, 2.3.3, 3.2.1, 3.2.3, 6.4.2, 6.5.1, 7.4, Appendix 1, WARRANTY
Partial addition
Section 2.2, 3.3.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.4, 7.4.1
Sep., 2004
SH(NA)-4005-M
Partial correction
Section 6.1.3
MODEL CODE change
Changed from 13JL70 to 1DM099
Dec., 2005
SH(NA)-4005-N
Partial correction
Section 6.1.1, 7.4.1, Appendix 3, Appendix 4
Partial addition
Section 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 6.4.2, 6.6.2, 8.2
May., 2006
SH(NA)-4005-O
Nov., 2006
SH(NA)-4005-P
Partial correction
Section 2.2, 6.5.1
Partial correction
Layouts were revised.
Japanese Manual Version SH-3311-Q
This manual does not warrant or license any industrial property rights and other rights. Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi
Electric be liable or responsible for any consequential problems involving the industrial property rights which may arise as a
result of the use of this equipment described in this manual.
1998 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi Graphic Operation Terminal.
Before using the equipment, please read this manual carefully to use the equipment to its optimum.
A copy of this manual should be forwarded to the end user.
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................A - 1
About the manuals ..........................................................................................................................................A - 11
Abbreviations and generic terms in this manual .............................................................................................A - 12
Packing list ......................................................................................................................................................A - 15
1 OVERVIEW
1.1
Features
1-2
1.2
Requirements to meet EMC Directive
1-4
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.3
EMC Directive....................................................................................................................... 1 - 4
Installation inside Control Panel ........................................................................................... 1 - 5
Noise filter (power supply line filter)...................................................................................... 1 - 6
Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage Directive
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
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Standard subject to for GOT................................................................................................. 1 - 7
Power supply ........................................................................................................................ 1 - 7
Control Panel ........................................................................................................................ 1 - 8
Grounding ............................................................................................................................. 1 - 8
External wiring ...................................................................................................................... 1 - 9
2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2 - 1 to 2 - 11
2.1
Overall Configuration
2-1
2.2
Component List
2-2
2.3
Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage command-compliant products
2-6
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
Cautions when using PC card/Flash PC card....................................................................... 2 - 6
EMC Directive-incompliant communication boards/units...................................................... 2 - 6
Connection Method............................................................................................................... 2 - 7
When the communication unit/board is used........................................................................ 2 - 8
About the Cable Used........................................................................................................... 2 - 9
2.4
Software packages to be used
2 - 10
2.5
Unusable Conventional Products
2 - 10
2.6
Notes on Q4ARCPU Duplex System
2 - 11
3 PERFORMANCE
3 - 1 to 3 - 11
3.1
General Specifications
3-1
3.2
Performance specifications
3-2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.3
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1 - 1 to 1 - 9
Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V) ................................................................. 3 - 2
Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT ..................................... 3 - 7
Power supply specifications................................................................................................ 3 - 10
Power Supply Power Consumed when Communication Board or Communication Unit Is Fitted 3 - 11
3.3.1
3.3.2
GOT with AC type input power supply................................................................................ 3 - 11
GOT with DC type input power supply ............................................................................... 3 - 11
4 PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
4 - 1 to 4 - 11
4.1
Part Names And Settings of the A985GOT(-V)
4-1
4.2
Part Names And Settings of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
4-3
5 ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
6 HANDLING
6.1
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6 - 40
Printer types ....................................................................................................................... 6 - 40
Connection procedure ........................................................................................................ 6 - 40
Speech Output Device
6.9.1
6.9.2
6 - 38
Connection unit types ......................................................................................................... 6 - 38
Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 38
Printer
6.8.1
6.8.2
6 - 36
Connection board types...................................................................................................... 6 - 36
Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 36
Communication Unit
6.7.1
6.7.2
6 - 31
PC card types ..................................................................................................................... 6 - 31
Battery replacement timing and method ............................................................................. 6 - 33
Loading and unloading procedures .................................................................................... 6 - 34
Communication Board
6.6.1
6.6.2
6 - 28
Memory board types ........................................................................................................... 6 - 28
Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 28
PC Card
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.5.3
6 - 27
Protective sheet types ........................................................................................................ 6 - 27
Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 27
Memory Board
6.4.1
6.4.2
6 - 26
Mounting and dismounting procedures .............................................................................. 6 - 26
Protective Sheet
6.3.1
6.3.2
6-1
Handling instructions ............................................................................................................ 6 - 1
Installation method ............................................................................................................... 6 - 3
Wiring method ...................................................................................................................... 6 - 5
Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives.................................... 6 - 12
Human sensor (specific to A985GOT (-V))......................................................................... 6 - 23
Video input function (specific to A985GOT-V) .................................................................... 6 - 24
RGB input function (specific to A985GOT-V) ..................................................................... 6 - 25
Slot Cover
6.2.1
6.3
6 - 1 to 6 - 48
GOT Main Unit
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
5 - 1 to 5 - 2
6 - 41
Speech output device type ................................................................................................. 6 - 41
Connection procedure ........................................................................................................ 6 - 41
6.10 Debug Stand
6 - 42
6.10.1 Debug stand types.............................................................................................................. 6 - 42
6.10.2 Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 42
6.11 Bar Code Reader
6 - 43
6.11.1 Bar code reader types ........................................................................................................ 6 - 43
6.11.2 Connecting procedure ........................................................................................................ 6 - 43
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6.12 External I/O Interface unit
6 - 44
6.12.1 External I/O Interface unit type ........................................................................................... 6 - 44
6.12.2 Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 44
6.13 CRT Display, TFT Display (specific to A985GOT)
6 - 45
6.13.1 CRT Display, TFT Display types......................................................................................... 6 - 45
6.13.2 Connecting procedure ........................................................................................................ 6 - 45
6.14 Attachment
6 - 46
6.14.1 Attachment types ................................................................................................................ 6 - 46
6.14.2 Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 46
6.15 Video/RGB Input Interface Unit (specific to A985GOT-V)
6 - 47
6.15.1 Video/RGB input interface unit types.................................................................................. 6 - 47
6.15.2 Mounting procedure............................................................................................................ 6 - 47
7 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
7 - 1 to 7 - 10
7.1
Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection
7-1
7.2
Daily Inspection
7-2
7.3
Periodic Inspection
7-2
7.4
Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7-3
7.4.1
How to change the backlight for liquid crystal....................................................................... 7 - 5
8 ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES
8 - 1 to 8 - 15
8.1
Definition of the Error Codes and Messages Displayed
8-1
8.2
Error Code and Error Message List
8-2
8.3
Precautions for use of flash PC card
8-6
8.4
Precautions for installation of ROM_BIOS
8-7
8.5
Troubleshooting in bus connection
8-8
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.3
8.6
Locating error positions ........................................................................................................ 8 - 8
Further locating error positions ........................................................................................... 8 - 13
Specific example of troubleshooting ................................................................................... 8 - 14
Troubleshooting for monitoring
APPENDICES
8 - 15
App - 1 to App - 11
Appendix.1
External Dimensions
App - 1
Appendix.2
Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Unit Loading
App - 4
Appendix.3
External Dimensions of Bus Connection Cables
App - 8
Appendix.4
Specifications of former models
App - 10
Appendix.4.1 Performance specifications of the A975GOT-TBA/TBD, A970GOT-TBA/TBD .........App - 10
INDEX
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Index - 1 to Index - 2
ABOUT THE MANUALS
For details of the manuals relevant to this product, refer to the PDF manual stored within the drawing software
used.
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ABBREVIATIONS AND GENERIC TERMS IN THIS MANUAL
Abbreviations and generic terms used in this manual are described as follows
:
Abbreviations and generic terms
Description
A985GOT-V
Generic term of A985GOT-TBA-V and A985GOT-TBD-V
A985GOT
Generic term of A985GOT-TBA, A985GOT-TBD and A985GOT-TBA-EU
A975GOT
Generic term of A975GOT-TBA-B, A975GOT-TBD-B, A975GOT-TBA, A975GOT-TBD and
A975GOT-TBA-EU
Generic term of A970GOT-TBA-B A970GOT-TBD-B, A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT-TBD, A970GOT-
GOT
A970GOT
SBA, A970GOT-SBD, A970GOT-LBA, A970GOT-LBD, A970GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-SBA-EU
and A970GOT-LBA-EU
Communication board
Communication unit
A97 GOT
Generic term of A975GOT and A970GOT
A960GOT
Generic term of A960GOT-EBA, A960GOT-EBD and A960GOT-EBA-EU
Bus connection board
Generic term of A9GT-QBUSS, A9GT-QBUS2S, A9GT-BUSS and A9GT-BUS2S
Serial communication board
Bus connection unit
Generic term of A9GT-BUSSU and A9GT-BUS2SU
Data link unit
Generic term of A7GT-J71AP23, A7GT-J71AR23 and A7GT-J71AT23B
Network unit
Generic term of A9GT-QJ71LP23, A9GT-QJ71BR13, A7GT-J71LP23 and A7GT-J71BR13
CC-Link communication unit
Ethernet communication unit
External I/O interface
unit
Video/RGB hybrid
Option unit
interface unit
Video input interface
unit
RGB input interface
unit
Backlight
Debug stand
Memory board
Option
Generic term of A8GT-J61BT13 and A8GT-J61BT15
Abbreviation of A9GT-J71E71-T
Abbreviation of A9GT-70KBF type external I/O interface unit
Abbreviation of A9GT-80V4R1 type Video/RGB hybrid interface unit
Abbreviation of A9GT-80V4 type Video input interface unit
Abbreviation of A9GT-80R1 type RGB input interface unit
Abbreviation of A9GT-80LTT, A9GT-70LTTBW, A9GT-70LTTB, A9GT-70LTT and A9GT-70LTS type
backlights
Abbreviation of A9GT-80STAND and A9GT-70STAND type debug stand
Abbreviation of A9GT-FNB, A9GT-FNB1M, A9GT-FNB2M, A9GT-FNB4M, A9GT-FNB8M, A9GTQFNB, A9GT-QFNB4M, A9GT-QFNB8M type option function memory board
Ten-key Panel
Abbreviation of A8GT-TK ten-key Panel
A7GT-CNB
Abbreviation of A7GT-CNB bus connector conversion box
A9GT-QCNB
Abbreviation of A9GT-QCNB bus connector conversion box
Protection sheet
Abbreviation of A9GT-80PSC, A9GT-70PSC and A9GT-60PSC type transparent protection sheets
Attachment
Generic term of A77GT-96ATT/A87GT-96ATT/A87GT-97ATT attachments
PC card (memory
card)
Flash PC card
Compact flash PC
card
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Generic term of A9GT-RS4, A9GT-RS2 and A9GT-RS2T
Abbreviation of PC card with PCMCIA Ver.2.1
Generic term of A9GTMEM-10MF, A9GTMEM-20MF and A9GTMEM-40MF
Compact flash PC card compliant with Compact FlashTM
Abbreviations and generic terms
Abbreviation of SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E(-V) software
GT Designer Version5
Abbreviation of SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE(V) software
GT Works2 Version1
Abbreviation of SW1D5C-GTWK2-E software
GT Designer2
Version1
GT Designer
Software
Abbreviation of SW1D5C-GTD2-E software
Abbreviation of image creation software GT Designer for GOT900
GT Designer2
Abbreviation of image creation software GT Designer2 for GOT900
GT Simulator
Abbreviation of GT Simulator screen simulator GOT900
GT Simulator2
Abbreviation of GT Simulator2 screen simulator GOT900
GT Converter
Abbreviation of data conversion software GT Converter for GOT900
GT Debugger
Abbreviation of debugging software GT Debugger
GT Manager
Abbreviation of GT Manager data editing software for GOT900
GT SoftGOT
Abbreviation of GT SoftGOT monitoring software
GT SoftGOT2
Abbreviation of GT SoftGOT2 monitoring software
GX Developer
Generic term of SW D5C-GPPW-E/SW D5F-GPPW-E software packages
GX Simulator
CPU
Description
GT Works Version5
Generic term of SW D5C-LLT-E ladder logic test tool function software package (SW5D5C-LLT-E
or later)
QCPU (Q Mode)
Generic term of Q00JCPU, Q00CPU, Q01CPU,Q02CPU, Q02HCPU, Q06HCPU, Q12HCPU,
Q25HCPU, Q12PHCPU and Q25PHCPU CPU
QCPU (A Mode)
Generic term of Q02CPU-A, Q02HCPU-A and Q06HCPU-A CPU
QCPU
Generic term of QCPU (Q Mode) and QCPU (A Mode)
QnACPU Type
Generic term of Q2ACPU, Q2ACPU-S1, Q2AHCPU, Q2AHCPU-S1, Q3ACPU, Q4ACPU and
Q4ARCPU CPU
QnASCPU Type
Generic term of Q2ASCPU, Q2ASCPU-S1, Q2ASHCPU and Q2ASHCPU-S1 CPU
QnACPU
Generic term of QnACPU Type and QnASCPU Type
AnUCPU
Generic term of A2UCPU, A2UCPU-S1, A3UCPU and A4UCPU CPU
AnACPU
Generic term of A2ACPU, A2ACPU-S1 and A3ACPU CPU
AnNCPU
Generic term of A1NCPU, A2NCPU, A2NCPU-S1 and A3NCPU CPU
AnCPU Type
Generic term of AnUCPU, AnACPU and AnNCPU CPU
AnUS(H)CPU
Generic term of A2USCPU, A2USCPU-S1 and A2USHCPU-S1 CPU
AnS(H)CPU
Generic term of A1SCPU, A1SCPUC24-R2, A2SCPU, A2SCPU-S1, A1SHCPU, A2SHCPU and
A2SHCPU-S1 CPU
A1SJ(H)CPU
Generic term of A1SJCPU, A1SJCPU-S3 and A1SJHCPU CPU
AnSCPU Type
Generic term of A2US(H)CPU, AnS(H)CPU and A1SJ(H)CPU CPU
ACPU
Generic term of AnCPU Type, AnSCPU Type, A1FXCPU, A0J2HCPU, A2CCPU, A2CCPU24 and
A2CJCPU CPU
FXCPU
Generic term of FX0 series, FX0N series, FX0S series, FX1 series, FX1N series, FX1S series, FX2
series, FX2C series, FX2N series, FXINS series and FX2NC series CPU
Motion controller CPU
Generic term of A273UCPU, A273UHCPU, A273UHCPU-S3, A373CPU, A373UCPU,
A373UCPU-S3, A171SCPU, A171SCPU-S3, A171SCPU-S3N, A171SHCPU, A171SHCPUN,
A172SHCPU, A172SHCPUN, A173UHCPU, A173UHCPU-S1 CPU
FA controller
Generic term of LM610, LM7600, LM8000 CPU
G4
Abbreviation of AJ65BT-G4-S3
E71
Generic term of AJ71E71-S3, AJ71E71N-T, AJ71E71N-B2, AJ71E71N-B5, AJ71E71N-B5T,
A1SJ71E71-B2-S3, A1SJ71E71-B5-S3, A1SJ71E71N-T, A1SJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-B5 and
A1SJ71E71N-B5T
QE71
Generic term of AJ71QE71, AJ71QE71-B5, AJ71QE71N-T, AJ71QE71N-B2, AJ71QE71N-B5,
AJ71QE71N-B5T, A1SJ71QE71-B2, A1SJ71QE71-B5, A1SJ71QE71N-T, A1SJ71QE71N-B2,
A1SJ71QE71N-B5 and A1SJ71QE71N-B5T
Q series-compatible
E71
Generic term of QJ71E71, QJ71E71-B2, QJ71E71-B5, QJ71E71-100
Peripheral
connection
module
Ethernet
module
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Abbreviations and generic terms
Other PLC
Others
A - 14
Description
Omron PLC
Generic term of C200HS, C200H, C200H series(C200HX, C200HG, C200HE), CQM1,
C1000H,C2000H,CV500, CV1000, CV2000, CVM1-CPU11, CVM1-CPU21, CS1, CS1D, CJ1M,
CPM1, CPM1A, CPM2A, CPM2C CPU, CQM1H
Yaskawa PLC
Generic term of GL60S, GL60H, GL70H, GL120, GL130, CP-9200SH, CP-9300MS, MP-920,
MP-930, MP-940, CP-9200(H) and PROGIC-8 CPU
SLC500 Series
Generic term of SLC500-20, SLC500-30, SLC500-40, SLC5/01 SLC5/02, SLC5/03, SLC5/04
SLC5/05
MicroLogix1000
Series
Generic term of 1761-L10BWA, 1761-L10BWB, 1761-L16AWA, 1761-L16BWA, 1761-L16BWB,
1761-L16BBB, 1761-L32AWA, 1761-L32BWA, 1761-L32BWB, 1761-L32BBB, 1761-L32AAA,
1761-L20AWA-5A, 1761-L20BWA-5A, 1761-L20BWB-5A
MicroLogix1500
Series
Abbreviation of 1764-LSP
Allen-Bradley PLC
Generic term of SLC 500 Series, MicroLogix1000 Series, MicroLogix1500 Series
Sharp PLC
Generic term of JW-21CU, JW-22CU, JW-31CUH, JW-32CUH, JW-33CUH, JW-50CUH,
JW-70CUH, JW-100CUH, JW-100CU, Z-512J CPU
PROSEC T Series
Generic term of T2(PU224 type), T2E, T2N, T3, T3H CPU
PROSEC V Series
Generic term of S2T and Model3000(S3) CPU
Toshiba PLC
Generic term of PROSEC T Series and PROSEC V Series
SIEMENS PLC
Generic term of SIMATIC S7-300 Series and SIMATIC S7-400 Series CPU
Large type H series
Generic term of H-302(CPU2-03H), H-702(CPU2-07H), H-1002(CPU2-10H), H-2002(CPU2-20H),
H-4010(CPU3-40H),.J-300(CPU-03Ha), H-700(CPU-07Ha), H-2000(CPU-20Ha)
H200 to 252 Series
Generic term of H-200(CPU-02H, CPE-02H), H-250(CPU21-02H), H-252(CPU22-02H),
H-252B(CPU22-02HB), H-252C(CPU22-02HC, CPE22-02HC)
H Series board type
Generic term of H-20DR, H-28DR, H-40DR, H-64DR, H-20DT, H-28DT, H-40DT, H-64DT,
HL-40DR, HL-64DR
EH-150 Series
Generic term of EH-CPU104, EH-CPU208, EH-CPU308, EH-CPU316
HITACHI PLC
(HIDIC H Series)
Generic term of large type H series, H-200 to 252 Series H Series board type, EH-150 Series
Matsushita Electric
Works PLC
Generic term of FP0-C16CT, FP0-C32CT, FP1-C24C, FP1-C40C, FP2, FP2SH, FP3, FP5,
FP10(S), FP10SH, FP-M(C20TC) and FP-M(C32TC)
Memory
abbreviation of memory (flash memory) in the GOT
OS
Abbreviation of GOT system software
Object
Setting data for dynamic image
Personal Computer
Personal computer where the corresponding software package is installed
Servo amplifier
Generic term of the MR-J2S-οA, MR-J2S-οCP and MR-J2M A series
MELDAS C6/C64
Generic term of the FCA C6, FCA C64
PACKING LIST
After unpacking, confirm that the following parts are included.
Product
Quantity
GOT main unit
1
Mounting fixture
4
Communication unit secur-
3
ing fixture
1
1
Caution plate (seal)*
A975GOT-TBA/TBD(-B), A970GOT-TBA/TBD(-B), A970GOT-SBA/SBD,
A970GOT-LBA/LBD, A960GOT-EBA/EBD User's Manual (Hardware) *2
A985GOT-TBA-EU, A975GOT-TBA-EU, A970GOT-TBA-EU,
A970GOT-SBA-EU, A970GOT-LBA-EU, A960GOT-EBA-EU User's Manual
1
(Hardware) *2
A985GOT-TBA/TBD(-V) User's Manual (Hardware) *2
*1 Affix a caution plate in a conspicuous position such as memory card interface part.
(Affix a caution plate on a communication unit during its use.)
The caution plate is included only in the following GOT models.
A97* GOT (except -EU): Hardware version L (Jun., 2001) or later.
A960GOT (except -EU): Hardware version H (Jun., 2001) or later.
When affixing a caution plate on the
memory card interface
Caution plate
When affixing a caution plate on the
communication unit
Caution plate
*2 Changes with the GOT you purchased.
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1
OVERVIEW
This user's manual explains the specifications, handling and other information of the GOT-A900 series
graphic operation terminal (abbreviated to the GOT).
The GOT can be used as an electronic operator panel which has achieved on its monitor screen the switch
operation, lamp indication, data display, message display and other operations which were previously performed on an operator panel.
The following GOT types are available.
Type
A985GOT-TBA- V
Rough Specifications
Power supply type
100 to 240VAC
Display color [Color]
Display section
Resolution [Dots]
Screen size [cm]
256
(During image
A985GOT-TBD- V
24VDC
A985GOT-TBA
100 to 240VAC
A985GOT-TBD
24VDC
A985GOT-TBA-EU
100 to 240VAC
A975GOT-TBA
100 to 240VAC
A975GOT-TBD
24VDC
A975GOT-TBA-B
100 to 240VAC
A975GOT-TBD-B
24VDC
A975GOT-TBA-EU
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-TBA
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-TBD
24VDC
A970GOT-TBA-B
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-TBD-B
24VDC
A970GOT-TBA-EU
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-SBA
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-SBD
24VDC
A970GOT-SBA-EU
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-LBA
100 to 240VAC
A970GOT-LBD
24VDC
display: 65536)
31 (12inch)
640
480
26 (10inch)
640
400
23 (9inch)
TFT color liquid crystal
16
8
2
(Monochrome)
100 to 240VAC
A960GOT-EBA
100 to 240VAC
2
A960GOT-EBD
24VDC
(Yellow orange,
100 to 240VAC
black)
1-1
600
256
A970GOT-LBA-EU
A960GOT-EBA-EU
800
D-STN color liquid crystal
STN monochrome liquid crystal
EL
A870GOT
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
(1) Compact display device in pursuit of mounting, external dimensions and thinness
With the display screen size identical to that of the conventional type, the external dimensions and
depth are substantially reduced to achieve a compact size and thin design.
The GOT is designed to connect cables at its bottom to ensure that extra space is not needed for
the connectors and bending of the cables when the GOT is mounted on a control panel or the like.
OVERVIEW
1
1.1 Features
A870GOT
A970GOT
PERFORMANCE
3
(2) User-friendly multimedia display device
Clear, high-grade display has been achieved by 256-color representation. (A975GOT, A985GOT
(-V) only)
Ear-appealing information transmission has also been achieved by supporting speech output using
the Windows WAV file.
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
A970GOT
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
(3) Fast data transfer of OS and screen data by memory card
The PC card for OS and screen data can be created easily on a personal computer. By loading the
created card into the GOT, you can exchange the OS and screen data rapidly. (RS-232C data
transfer can also be made as conventionally.)
Commercially available PC card
(Compliant with PCMCIA Ver.2.1)
6
HANDLING
Line 1 stopped!
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
1.1 Features
1-2
(4) Compatible with a wide variety of connection forms
The GOT is compatible with various connection forms such as the MELSEC and computer link
connections, including the bus connection which permits fast communication. You can choose the
connection form matching the system.
(5) Heavy-duty body usable in rigorous environment and operation
The display section of the GOT complies with the IP65f, IP67f and NEMA4 Waterproof, Dustproof
Standard and is usable in a wide range of environment.
(6) Maintenance function further enhanced in affinity with PLC
• Supporting the factor search mode which searches for the contact of a failure factor at the device
search time in the ladder monitoring function, the GOT has shortened the failure factor analysis
time.
• Upgraded alarm history function
The GOT can support the failure occurrence counting function, cumulative failure time totalizing
function and history printing function, and start ladder monitoring with the corresponding device
searched with a single keystroke at the failure detail display time.
(7) Improvement of safety by upgraded security function
• Supporting the operation protective function using up to 16 levels of passwords, the GOT can
hide the display or disable input operation according to the password level. You can achieve
hidden screens and hidden operations and easily change the display data per GOT used.
• You can specify the time delay function (ON delay/OFF delay) of the touch switches, doublepushing switches and interlock conditions to reduce malfunctions due to wrong key pushing.
(8) Energy saving mode using human sensor (A985GOT(-V) only)
• The human sensor detects operators in the sensor detection area and turns the backlight ON/
OFF automatically.
The backlight can be turned off automatically if no operator motions are not detected for a given
period of time. (This time can be set by the user.)
1-3
1.1 Features
3
PERFORMANCE
EMC Directive
The standards of the EMC Directive are shown below.
Test item
Test details
Standard value
30 M-230 MHz QP:
30 dB
from the product are measured.
measurement range) *1
230 M-1000 MHz QP:
EN61000-6-4 :
37 dB
2001
measurement range)
Electromagnetic emissions
EN55011
2
Conducted noise*
from the product to the
V/m (30 m in
150 k-500 kHz QP:
79 dB, Mean: 66 dB*1
5
500 k-30 MHz QP:
power line is measured.
3 dB, Mean: 60 dB
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Radiated noise*2
4
V/m (30 m in
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Electromagnetic emissions
EN55011
Immunity test in which
EN61000-4-2
static electricity is applied
Electrostatic immunity*2
to the cabinet of the equip-
15kV Aerial discharge
ment.
Power line: 2kV
1994/A12
(2000)
Immunity test in which
Fast transient burst
burst noise is applied to the
noise*2
power line and signal lines.
EN61000-4-3
Radiated field AM modulation*2
EN61000-4-12
Damped oscillatory wave
immunity*2
6
Digital I/O (24V or higher): 1kV
(Digital I/O (24V or less)
250V
(Analog I/O, signal lines)
250V
Immunity test in which field
10V/m, 26-1000 MHz,
is irradiated to the product.
80%AM [email protected] kHz
HANDLING
EN61131-2 :
EN61000-4-4
7
Immunity test in which a
damped oscillatory wave is
Power line: 1kV
superimposed on the
Digital I/O (24V or higher): 1 kV
power line.
*1 QP: Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
*2 The GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must be installed in a conductive control
panel.
The above test items are conducted in the condition where the GOT is installed on the conductive control panel and
combined with the Mitsubishi PLC.
1.2 Requirements to meet EMC Directive
1.2.1 EMC Directive
1-4
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Specification
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
1.2.1
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
EMC Directives which are among European Directives become forced.
EMC Directives are those which require "any strong electromagnetic force is not output to the external.:
Emission (electromagnetic interference)" and "It is influenced by the electromagnetic wave from the
external.: Immunity (electromagnetic sensitivity)".
Items 1.2.1 thru 1.2.3 summarize the precautions to use GOT and configure the mechanical unit in order to
match the EMC directives.
Though the data described herein are produced with our best on the basis of the requirement items and
standards of the restrictions gathered by Mitsubishi, they do not completely guaranteed that all mechanical
unit manufactured according to the data do not always match the above directives. The manufacturer itself
which manufactures the mechanical unit must finally judge the method and others to match the EMC
directives.
OVERVIEW
1
1.2 Requirements to meet EMC Directive
1.2.2
Installation inside Control Panel
The GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must be installed in a
conductive control panel.
It not only assure the safety but also has a large effect to shut down the noise generated from GOT,
on the control panel.
(1) Control panel
(a) The control panel must be conductive.
(b) When fixing a top or bottom plate of the control panel with bolts, do not coat the plate and bolt
surfaces so that they will come into contact.
And connect the door and box using a thick grounding cable in order to ensure the low
impedance under high frequency.
(c) When using an inner plate to ensure electric conductivity with the control panel, do not coat the
fixing bolt area of the inner plate and control panel to ensure conductivity in the largest area as
possible.
(d) Ground the control panel using a thick grounding cable in order to ensure the low impedance
under high frequency.
(e) The diameter of cable holes in the control panel must be 10cm (3.94in.). In order to reduce the
chance of radio waves leaking out, ensure that the space between the control panel and its
door is small as possible.
Attach some EMI gaskets to fill up the space and suppress the leakage of radio waves.
Our test have been carried out on a panel having the damping characteristics of 37 dB max.
and 30 dB mean (measured by 3m method with 30 to 300 MHz).
(2) Connection of power and ground wires
Ground and power supply wires for the GOT must be connected as described below.
(a) Provide an earthing point near the GOT. Earth the power supply's LG and FG terminals (LG :
Line Ground, FG : Frame Ground) with the thickest and shortest wire possible. (The wire
length must be 30cm (11.18in.) or shorter.) The LG and FG terminals function is to pass the
noise generated in the PLC system to the ground, so an impedance that is as low as possible
must be ensured. As the wires are used to relieve the noise, the wire itself carries a large noise
content and thus short wiring means that the wire is prevented from acting as an antenna.
Note) A long conductor will become a more efficient antenna at high frequency.
(b) The earth wire led from the earthing point must be twisted with the power supply wires. By
twisting with the earthing wire, noise flowing from the power supply wires can be relieved to the
earthing. However, if a filter is installed on the power supply wires, the wires and the earthing
wire may not need to be twisted.
1-5
1.2 Requirements to meet EMC Directive
1.2.2 Installation inside Control Panel
The noise filter (power supply line filter) is a device effective to reduce conducted noise. Except some
models, installation of a noise filter onto the power supply lines is not necessary. However conducted noise
can be reduced if it is installed. (The noise filter is generally effective for reducing conducted noise in the
band of 10MHz or less.) Usage of the following filters is recommended.
FN343-3/01
FN660-6/06
ZHC2203-11
Manufacturer
SCHAFFNER
SCHAFFNER
TDK
Rated current
3A
6A
3A
250V
The precautions required when installing a noise filter are described below.
3
(1) Do not install the input and output cables of the noise filter together to prevent the output side noise
will be inducted into the input side cable where noise has been eliminated by the noise filer
Input side
(power supply side)
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Input side
(power supply side)
Induction
Filter
Filter
Output side
(device side)
Output side
(device side)
a) Installing the input and output cables together will
cause noise induction.
PERFORMANCE
Rated voltage
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Model name
OVERVIEW
1
Noise filter (power supply line filter)
5
b) Cable from the output cable.
6
HANDLING
(2) Connect the noise filter's ground terminal to the control panel with the shortest cable as possible
(approx. 10cm (3.94in) or less).
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
1.2.3
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
1.2 Requirements to meet EMC Directive
1.2.3 Noise filter (power supply line filter)
1-6
1.3 Requirements for compliance with the
Low Voltage Directive
The Low Voltage Directive is mandatory within Europe, effective 1st January 1997.
The Low Voltage Directive requires each device which operates with power supply ranging from 50VAC to
1000V and 75VDC to 1500V to satisfy necessary safety items.
In the Sections from 1.3.1 to 1.3.5, cautions on installation and wiring of the GOT to conform to the Low
Voltage Directive requires are described.
We have put the maximum effort to develop this material based on the requirements and standards of the
Directive that we have collected. However, compatibility of the devices which are fabricated according to the
contents of this manual to the above Directive is not guaranteed. Each manufacturer who fabricates such
device should make the final judgement about the application method of the Low Voltage Directive and the
product compatibility.
1.3.1
Standard subject to for GOT
The standard subject to for GOT is EN61010-1 safety of devices used in measurement rooms, control
rooms, or laboratories.
1.3.2
Power supply
The insulation specification of the GOT was designed assuming installation category II. Be sure to use the
installation category II power supply to the GOT.
The installation category indicates the durability level against surge voltage generated by lightning strike.
Category I has the lowest durability; category IV has the highest durability.
Category IV
Category III
Category II
Category I
Installation Category
Category II indicates a power supply whose voltage has been reduced by two or more levels of
isolating transformers from the public power distribution.
1-7
1.3 Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage Directive
1.3.1 Standard subject to for GOT
(a) Store the GOT within the control panel locked, and allow only those who are familiar with
power facility to unlock the panel.
(b) Build the structure in order that the power supply will be shut off when the control panel is
opened.
(2) Dustproof and waterproof features
The control panel also provides protection from dust, water and ether substances. Insufficient
ingression protection may lower the insulation withstand voltage, resulting in insulation destruction.
The insulation in the GOT is designed to cope with the pollution level 2, so use in an environment
with pollution level 2 or higher.
An environment where conductive dust does not usually exist, but
occasional temporary conductivity occurs due to the accumulated
dust.
Generally, this is the level for inside the control panel equivalent a
control room or on the floor of a typical factory.
Pollution level 3 :
An environment where conductive dust exits and conductivity may
be generated due to the accumulated dust.
An environment for a typical factory floor.
Pollution level 4 :
Continuous conductivity may occur due to rain, snow, etc.
An outdoor environment.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Pollution level 2 :
4
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
An environment where the air is dry and conductive dust does not
exist.
3
6
Grounding
There are two kinds of grounding terminals as shown below. Both terminals must be grounded.
Be sure to ground the grounding for the safety reasons and EMC Directives.
:
Maintains the safety of the GOT and improves the noise
resistance.
Functional grounding
:
Improves the noise resistance.
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Protective grounding
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
1.3.4
Pollution level 1 :
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
(1) Shock protection
In order to prevent those who are unfamiliar with power facility, e.g., an operator, from getting a
shock, make sure to take the following measures on the control panel.
PERFORMANCE
Because the GOT is open type equipment (device designed to be stored within another device), be sure to
use it only when installed in a control panel.
OVERVIEW
1
Control Panel
HANDLING
1.3.3
1.3 Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage Directive
1.3.3 Control Panel
1-8
1.3.5
External wiring
(1) External devices
When a device with a hazardous voltage circuit is externally connected to the PLC, select a model
which complies with the Low Voltage Directive's requirements for isolation between the primary and
secondary circuits.
(2) Insulation requirements
Dielectric withstand voltages are shown in the following table.
Reinforced Insulation Withstand Voltage
(Installation Category II, source : IEC664)
1-9
Rated voltage of hazardous voltage area
Surge withstand voltage (1.2/50 µs)
150 VAC or below
2500V
300 VAC or below
4000V
1.3 Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage Directive
1.3.5 External wiring
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
OVERVIEW
2
1
This chapter explains the system configuration of the GOT.
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2.1 Overall Configuration
The overall configuration of the GOT is shown below.
PC card (Memory card)
Protective sheet
Memory board
Debug stand
Commercially available
Based on JEIDA Ver4.2
(Based on PCMCIA2.1)
e.g. A9GT-70STAND
e.g. A9GT-70PSC
e.g. A9GT-FNB
PERFORMANCE
3
Speech output device
4
Option unit
Commercially available
(Compatible with stereo
mini-jack)
Communication unit
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
GOT
1
1
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
e.g. A9GT-70KBF
A985GOT(-V)/A97 GOT/A960GOT
e.g. A7GT-J71AP23
Communication board
1
HANDLING
6
e.g. A9GT-BUSS
Printer
1
Personal computer
Bar code reader 1
CRT
2
Commercially available
Window compatible printer
Commercially available
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
Commercially available
Commercially available
*1 For details of the system configuration, refer to the [GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System Manual)].
2.1 Overall Configuration
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
*2 Only the A985GOT may be connected to the CRT. (A985GOT-V can not be used.)
2-1
2.2 Component List
Component
A985GOT-V
A985GOT
Type
A985GOT-TBA-V
A985GOT-TBD-V
A985GOT-TBA
A985GOT-TBD
A985GOT-TBA-EU
A975GOT
A975GOT-TBA
A975GOT-TBD
A975GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-TBD-B
A975GOT-TBA-EU
A970GOT-TBA
A970GOT-TBD
A970GOT-TBA-B
A970GOT-TBD-B
A970GOT-TBA-EU
A970GOT
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT-SBA-EU
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-LBA-EU
A960GOT
A960GOT-EBA
A960GOT-EBD
A960GOT-EBA-EU
Bus connection
board
Bus connection
unit
Multidrop bus
connection
board
Multidrop bus
connection unit
A9GT-QBUSS
A9GT-BUSSU
A9GT-QBUS2S
Network unit
CC-Link
communication
unit
Ethernet
communication
unit
A9GT-BUS2SU
For multidrop bus connection, small connector type (For QCPU (Q mode))
For multidrop bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A7GT-J71AP23
A7GT-J71AR23
A7GT-J71AT23B
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and RS-422 connection
(Without clock function)
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and RS-232C connection
(Without clock function)
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and RS-232C connection
(Incorporating clock function)
For MELSECNET(II) optical link connection, for use as local station
For MELSECNET(II) coaxial link connection, for use as local station
For MELSECNET/B connection, for use as local station
A9GT-RS2
A9GT-QJ71LP23
For MELSECNET/10 optical loop network connection, for use as normal station*1
A9GT-QJ71BR13
For MELSECNET/10 coaxial bus network connection, for use as normal station*1
A7GT-J71LP23
For MELSECNET/10 optical loop network connection, for use as normal station*1
A7GT-J71BR13
For MELSECNET/10 coaxial bus network connection, for use as normal station*1
A8GT-J61BT13
For CC-Link connection, for use as intelligent device station
A8GT-J61BT15
For CC-Link connection, for use as remote device station
A9GT-J71E71-T
For Ethernet connection
A9GT-80PSC
Protective sheet A9GT-70PSC
A9GT-60PSC
2-2
For bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A9GT-BUS2S
A9GT-RS2T
Data link unit
For bus connection, small connector type (For QCPU (Q mode))
A9GT-BUSS
A9GT-RS4
Serial
communication
board
Description
31cm (12inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC, Video/RGB display supports
31cm (12inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC, Video/RGB display supports
31cm (12inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC, built-in CRT interface
31cm (12inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC, built-in CRT interface
31cm (12inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC, built-in CRT interface, EMC
Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
26cm (10inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), 256 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC,
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
26cm (10inch), 16 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), 16 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), 16 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), 16 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), 16 color display, TFT color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC,
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
26cm (10inch), 8 color display, D-STN color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), 8 color display, D-STN color liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), 8 color display, D-STN color liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC,
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
26cm (10inch), STN monochrome liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC
26cm (10inch), STN monochrome liquid crystal, 24VDC
26cm (10inch), STN monochrome liquid crystal, 100 to 240VAC,
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
23cm (9inch), 2 color display, EL, 100 to 240VAC
23cm (9inch), 2 color display, EL, 24VDC
23cm (9inch), 2 color display, EL, 100 to 240VAC,
EMC Directive and Low Voltage Directive compliant product
Transparent protective sheet for A985GOT(-V), MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
Transparent protective sheet for A975/970GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
Transparent protective sheet for A960GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
2.2 Component List
unit
Video input
interface unit
RGB input
interface unit
Numeric
keypad panel
For external I/O equipment connection
A9GT-80V4R1
For video camera/personal computer connection
A9GT-80V4
For video camera connection
A9GT-80R1
For personal computer connection
A8GT-TK
Data entry Numeric Keypad Panel
A9GT-FNB
Exclusively used for optional OS storage (MELSEC-A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 2M bytes
A9GT-FNB2M
A9GT-FNB4M
Memory board
A9GT-FNB8M
A9GT-QFNB
A9GT-QFNB4M
A9GT-QFNB8M
—
—
PC card/
memory card
OVERVIEW
5
(MELSEC-Q/QnA/A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
Commercially available SRAM type PC card (based on JEIDA
*3 Refer to the relevant document.
Ver4.2 (based on PCMCIA2.1))
Commercially available flash PC card (based on Compact FlashTM)
(* Compact FlashTM is a trademark of Sun Disk)
For GOT, Memory 128M bytes, (hardware version P or later) flash PC card, formatted*4
6
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION make, 15inch, 1280 1024dots
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION make, 17inch, 1280 1024dots
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION make, 19inch, 1600 1200dots
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORA-
RDT150S
TFT display
RDT180S
Bar code reader
—
Printer
—
conversion box
(MELSEC-Q/QnA/A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 8M bytes
For GOT, Memory 32M bytes, (hardware version D or later) flash PC card, formatted*4
RD19NF
connector box
Bus connector
(MELSEC-A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
Exclusively used for optional OS storage (MELSEC-Q/QnA/A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 4M bytes
A9GTMEM-40MF
RDF19X
device
Bus extension
(MELSEC-A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 8M bytes
A9GTMEM-20MF
RD17MX
4
(MELSEC-A/FX Ladder monitor-compatible)
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 4M bytes
For GOT, Memory 16M bytes, (hardware version D or later) flash PC card, formatted*4
CRT display
Speech output
3
A9GTMEM-10MF
RD15M II
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
hybrid interface
A9GT-70KBF
PERFORMANCE
interface unit
Video/RGB
2
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
External I/O
Backlight for A975/970GOT TFT color liquid crystal type*2
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Attachment
Backlight for A970GOT D-STN color/monochrome liquid crystal type
Debug stand for A985GOT(-V)
Debug stand for A975/970/960GOT
Attachment used for replacement from A77GOT to A960GOT
Attachment used for replacement from A870GOT to A960GOT
Attachment used for replacement from A870GOT to A975/970GOT
Backlight for
A985GOT(-V)*2
—
A9GT-QCNB
A7GT-CNB
HANDLING
Debug stand
Description
*5 Introduced products
7
TION make, 19inch, 1600 1200dots
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORA-
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Backlight
1
Type
A9GT-80LLT
A9GT-80LTTA
A9GT-70LTT
A9GT-70LTTB
A9GT-70LTTBW
A9GT-70LTS
A9GT-80STAND
A9GT-70STAND
A77GT-96ATT
A87GT-96ATT
A87GT-97ATT
TION make, 15inch, 1280 768dots
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION make, 18.1inch, 1280
1024dots
*3 Refer to the relevant document.
Commercially available bar code reader
Printer compliant with ESC/P24-J84 (ESC/P command compatible) *6
Hewlett Packard printers (PLC command compatible)
8
Stereo mini-jack compatible speaker (built-in amplifier)
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
Component
Used for connection of the QCPU (Q mode) long-distance bus
For conversion from large type connector to small type connector
(Used for long-distance bus connection)
2.2 Component List
2-3
Component
Bus connection
Type
QC06B
QC12B
QC30B
QC50B
QC100B
Cable length 0.6m
Cable length 1.2m
Cable length 3.0m
Cable length 5.0m
Cable length 10.0m
cable QCPU
A9GT-QC150BS
Cable length 15.0m
For connection between Q base unit and
(Q mode)
A9GT-QC200BS
Cable length 20.0m
GOT
A9GT-QC250BS
Cable length 25.0m
For connection between GOT and GOT
A9GT-QC300BS
Cable length 30.0m
*These cable are Mitsubishi Electric sys-
A9GT-QC350BS
Cable length 35.0m
tem Service Co., Ltd. products.
AC06B
AC12B
AC30B
AC50B
AC12B-R
AC30B-R
AC50B-R
A1SC07B
A1SC12B
A1SC30B
A1SC50B
A1SC05NB
A1SC07NB
A1SC30NB
A1SC50NB
A8GT-C12NB
A8GT-C30NB
A8GT-C50NB
Cable length 0.6m
Cable length 1.2m
Cable length 3.0m
Cable length 5.0m
Right angle, cable length 1.2m
Right angle, cable length 3.0m
Right angle, cable length 5.0m
Cable length 0.7m
Cable length 1.2m
Cable length 3.0m
Cable length 5.0m
Cable length 0.5m
Cable length 0.7m
Cable length 3.0m
Cable length 5.0m
Cable length 1.2m
Cable length 3.0m
Cable length 5.0m
A8GT-C100EXSS
Cable length 10.0m
A8GT-C200EXSS
Cable length 20.0m
A8GT-C300EXSS
Cable length 30.0m
A8GT-C100BS
A8GT-C200BS
A8GT-C300BS
A370C12B
Cable length 10.0m
Cable length 20.0m
Cable length 30.0m
Cable length 1.2m
A370C25B
Cable length 2.5m
A9GT-J2C10B
Cable length 1.0m
AC30R4-25P
Cable length 3m (D-sub 25-pin at both ends)
AC100R4-25P
Cable length 10m (D-sub 25-pin at both ends)
AC300R4-25P
Cable length 30m (D-sub 25-pin at both ends)
Bus
connection
cable
RS-422 cable
Description
For connection between Q base unit and
GOT
For connection between GOT and GOT
For connection between large type base
unit and A7GT-CNB
For connection between small type base
unit and GOT
For connection between GOT and GOT
For connection between small type base
unit and A7GT-CNB
For connection between large type base
unit and GOT
For connection between small type base
unit/A7GT-CNB and GOT
For long-distance connection between
GOTs
For connection between multi-axis control and GOT
For connection between A0J2HCPU and
GOT
For connection between GOT and PLC
CPU
For connection between GOT and serial
communication module
For connection between GOT and
FXCPU
—
RS-232C cable
For connection between GOT and computer link module *7
QC30R2
Cable length 3m
AC30R2-9P
Cable length 3m (D-sub 9-pin, D-sub 25-pin)
AC30R2-9SS
Cable length 3m (D-sub 9-pin at both ends)
AC30R2
Cable length 3m (D-sub 25-pin at both ends)
AC30N2A
Cable length 3m (D-sub 25-pin at both ends)
For connection between GOT and QCPU
For connection between GOT and
computer link module
For connection between GOT and
personal computer for data transfer*8
For connection between GOT and
personal computer for data transfer
—
Printer cable*9
CRT cable*9
GT Designer
GT Designer2
2-4
(9-pin conversion connector required)
For connecting the GOT with the power supply unit of the bar code reader*3
AC30PIO-20P
Cable length 3m
For connection between GOT and printer
AC50VG
AC300VG
—
—
Cable length 5m
Cable length 30m
For connection between GOT and CRT
Screen creation software for GOT900 Series
2.2 Component List
*1 When using the A9GT-QJ71LP23 or A9GT-QJ71BR13, the device range (QCPU, QnACPU, ACPU) that can be
1
monitored varies with the communication driver installed in the GOT.
When using the A7GT-QJ71LP23 or A7GT-QJ71BR13, only the AnA device range can be monitored.
OVERVIEW
For details, refer to GOT-A900 series User’s Manual (Connection System Manual).
For details, refer to Section 7.4.
*3 Relevant documentSome devices have been concluded to be applicable for GOT900 series by Mitsubishi.
For details of the devices, refer to the relevant document "List of valid devices applicable for GOT900 series" (Technical bulletin T10-0028).
Please contact your local Mitsubishi representative for the document, if necessary.
The GOT may not operate correctly if a device other than described in the document is used.
*4 Memory capacity differs according to the hardware versions of flash PC card.
It can be checked on the rated plate of flash card.
*5 Introduced productsProducts which have been verified to have the specifications (standards) connectable to our
modules. Use the introduced products in compliance with the specifications (standards) of the products.
*6 The printer of ESC/P raster specifications such as the PM series cannot be connected and used with the GOT.
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
*2 The applicable backlight varies with the GOT version (hardware version, function version).
3
*7 The RS-422 cable for use between GOT and computer link module should be fabricated by the user with reference
PERFORMANCE
to the GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System Manual).
*8 The RS-232C cable may be modified by the user.
For details of cable specifications, refer to the following manuals.
For GT Designer : GT Works Version
/GT Designer Version
For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version
Reference Manual
Operating Manual
4
*9 The printer cable and the CRT cable may be fabricated by the user.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Refer to [Chapter 3] for full information on the specifications needed to fabricate the cable.
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
2.2 Component List
2-5
2.3 Cautions on use of EMC command-and low
voltage command-compliant products
The information of the EMC Directive-compliant models is obtained from MELFANSweb homepage (http://
www.nagoya.melco.co.jp/english/).
2.3.1
Cautions when using PC card/Flash PC card
Some GOT models may be incompliant with the EMC Directive when a PC card or flash PC card is used.
The following table shows if they will be compliant with the EMC Directive or not for each PC card type.
: Compliant with EMC Directive
: Incompliant with EMC Directive
PC card
GOT model
Commercially available PC card
Flash PC card
Commercially available flash PC
(SRAM type)
(A9GTMEM-*MF)
card
*1
A985GOT-TBA-EU
N/A
A975GOT-TBA-EU
*2
A970GOT-TBA-EU
*2
A970GOT-SBA-EU
*2
A970GOT-LBA-EU
*2
A960GOT-EBA-EU
*2
*1 This model can work as a flash PC card, although incompliant with the EMC Directive.
*2 Commercially available flash PC cards are applicable for the GOTs of function version A or later.
The GOT function version is located on the rating plate at the rear of the GOT.
MODEL A960GOT-EBA-EU
DATE
A
Function version
0105LR
LISTED 80M1
IND. CONT. EQ.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
2.3.2
EMC Directive-incompliant communication boards/units
The GOT is incompliant with the EMC Directive when any of the following communication boards/units is
used.
Item
2-6
Type
Bus connection board
A9GT-QBUSS, A9GT-QBUS2S
Bus connection unit
A9GT-BUSSU, A9GT-BUS2SU
Data link unit
A7GT-J71AP23, A7GT-J71AR23, A7GT-J71AT23B
Network unit
A9GT-QJ71LP23, A9GT-QJ71BR13, A7GT-J71LP23, A7GT-J71BR13
CC-Link communication unit
A8GT-J61BT15
External I/O unit
A9GT-70KBF
2.3 Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage command-compliant products
2.3.1 Cautions when using PC card/Flash PC card
Use the following methods to connect with the GOT to ensure compliance with the EMC Directive.
A985GOT-
A975GOT-
A970GOT-
A970GOT-
A970GOT-LBA-
A960GOT-
TBA-EU
TBA-EU
TBA-EU
SBA-EU
EU
EBA-EU
A
A
A
A
A
A
T(0105)
T(0105)
E(0105)
A
L(0105)
A
A
A
A
A
T(0105)
T(0105)
E(0105)
A
L(0105)
A
A
A
A
A
T(0105)
T(0105)
E(0105)
A
L(0105)
Y(0203)
Y(0203)
M(0203)
E(0203)
Q(0203)
RS-232C
T(0105)
T(0105)
E(0105)
A
L(0105)
Other PLC
RS-232C
T(0105)
T(0105)
E(0105)
A
L(0105)
connection
RS-422
A
A
A
A
A
Connection method
Bus Connection
QCPU
QnA/ACPU
QCPU
CPU direct
(RS-232C)
connection
QnA/ACPU
A
(RS-422)
Computer link
RS-232C
connection
RS-422
OVERVIEW
1
Connection Method
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2.3.3
3
Remote device
connection
station
Ethernet connection
Microcomputer
connection
<How to read the table>
The above table shows the GOT hardware version and compatibility date for each connection method.
(The compatibility date for hardware version A is not shown.)
Please use the recommended GOT hardware version or later.
Hardware version
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Compatibility
date
E(0105)
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Intelligent device
CC-Link
PERFORMANCE
MELSECNET connection
(0105)
Month
6
Year (Last 2 digits of A.D. year)
*1 For details about each connection method, refer to the GOT-A900 Series User’s Manual (Connection
System Manual).
HANDLING
indicates the product is incompliant with the EMC Directive.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
2.3 Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage command-compliant products
2.3.3 Connection Method
2-7
(1) Hardware version
The GOT hardware version is located on the rating plate at the rear of the GOT.
(The products including a CE mark logo on the rating plate and packing boxes are
compliant with EMC Directive.)
MODEL A960GOT-EBA-EU
DATE
A
LR
0105LR
LISTED 80M1
IND. CONT. EQ.
Hardware version
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
CE mark logo
(2) Connected devices
If connecting to the PLC or microcomputer other than Mitsubishi products
(MELSEC-Q series, MELSEC-QnA series or MELSEC-A series) please refer to
the EMC Directive compliance manual for that specific device.
2.3.4
When the communication unit/board is used
Use the following communication boards/units with the GOT to ensure compliance with the EMC Directive.
(Available October, 2003).
The GOT does not comply with the EMC Directive when connected with other than followings.
Connection format
Communication unit/board
A9GT-BUSS (Hardware version C or later)
Bus connection
A9GT-BUS2S (Hardware version C or later)
CPU direct connection
RS-232C communication
RS-422 communication
Computer link connection
RS-232C communication
RS-422 communication
A9GT-RS2 (Hardware version B or later)
A9GT-RS2T (Hardware version C or later)
A9GT-RS4 (Hardware version B or later)
A9GT-RS2 (Hardware version B or later)
A9GT-RS2T (Hardware version C or later)
A9GT-RS4 (Hardware version B or later)
CC-Link connection
A8GT-J61BT13 (Hardware version E or later)
Ethernet connection
A9GT-J71E71-T (Hardware version C or later)
Microcomputer connection
Other PLC connection
RS-232C communication
RS-232C communication
RS-422 communication
2-8
A9GT-RS2 (Hardware version B or later)
A9GT-RS2T (Hardware version C or later)
A9GT-RS2 (Hardware version B or later)
A9GT-RS2T (Hardware version C or later)
A9GT-RS4 (Hardware version B or later)
2.3 Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage command-compliant products
2.3.4 When the communication unit/board is used
If making the GOT applicable to the EMC directive, be sure to use the cables shown below.
: Compliant with EMC directive
Connection method
: In compliant with EMC directive
Cable
EMC Directive
AC06/12/30/50B, AC12/30/50B-R,
2
A1SC07/12/30/50B, A1SC05/07/30/50NB,
A8GT-C12/30/50NB, A370C12/25B,
Bus connection
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
A/QnACPU
A9GT-J2C10B, A8GT-C100/200/300EXSS,
A8GT-C100/200/300BS
QC06/12/30/50/100B, A9GT-QC150/200/250/300/350BS
CPU direct
RS-232C communication
QC30R2
connection
RS-422 communication
AC30/100/300R4-25P
Computer link
RS-232C communication
User created cable
connection
RS-422 communication
AC30/100/300R4-25P, User created cable
CC-Link connection
CC-Link dedicated cable.
Ethernet connection
Category 5 Twisted pair shielded cable. (10 BASE-T)
Other PLC
RS-232C communication
connection
RS-422 communication
4
User created cable
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
connection
RS-232C communication
3
PERFORMANCE
QCPU (Q mode)
Microcomputer
OVERVIEW
1
About the Cable Used
User created cable
Modify the cables (including user-produced cable) to ensure compliance with the EMC
Directive.
For details, refer to Section 6.1.4.
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
2.3.5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
2.3 Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage command-compliant products
2.3.5 About the Cable Used
2-9
2.4 Software packages to be used
When a GOT is used, a software package of the applicable version or later is required.
The versions of the software packages required for each GOT are shown below.
(GT Works2 and GT Designer2 are supported from the first version (Version 1.00A).)
Type
Compatible software package
A985GOT-TBA-V, A985GOT-TBD-V
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E Version F or later, SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE Version F or later
A985GOT-TBA (-EU), A985GOT-TBD
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version C or later
A975GOT-TBA (-B) (-EU), A975GOT-TBD (-B)
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later
A970GOT-TBA (-B) (-EU), A970GOT-TBD (-B)
A970GOT-LBA, A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-SBA (-EU), A970GOT-SBD
A960GOT-EBA (-EU), A960GOT-EBA
(The brightness of the high density model can be adjusted in increments of 8 steps for version
C or later.)
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version J or later
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later
2.5 Unusable Conventional Products
The following conventional products cannot be used with this GOT.
Component
Type
Bus connection unit
A7GT-BUS, A7GT-BUS2, A7GT-BUSS, A7GT-BUS2S
Serial communication unit
A8GT-RS4, A8GT-RS2
Backlight
A8GT-70LTS, A8GT-70LTT, A8GT-50LT
Ladder monitoring cassette
A8GT-MCAM
Extension memory cassette
A8GT-MCA1MFDW, A8GT-MCA2MFDW, A8GT-MCA3MFDW
Protective sheet
A8GT-70PSCE, A8GT-70PSNE, A8GT-70PSCS, A8GT-70PSNS, A8GT-50PSC, A8GT-50PSN
Printer unit
A8GT-70PRF, A8GT-50PRF
External I/O interface unit
Debug stand
Option unit mounting fixture
2 - 10
A8GT-70KBF, A8GT-50KBF
A8GT-70STAND, A8GT-50STAND
2.4 Software packages to be used
A8GT-50STE
(1) Notes on the additional base for duplex system at the final stage:
To connect the duplex system with the GOT via the bus, connect the GOT with the additional base
for duplex system (A68RB) that is provided at the final stage of the duplex system. To use the
additional base for duplex system, please apply that of the Version B or after.
• In the following configurations the GOT will not operate normally as specified.
(a) The configuration in which the GOT is connected with the fundamental base for the duplex
system (A32RB, A33RB) is connected via the bus.
(b) The configuration in which the GOT is connected with the additional base (A68RB) for
duplex system of Version A is connected via the bus.
• To check and confirm the version of the additional base for duplex system, please refer to the
DATE column on the rating plate that is adhered to the part as shown in the illustration below.
MITSUBISHI
4
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
9806 B
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP.JAPAN
CAUTION
Version of additional base
for duplex system
(2) Notes on 5V DC supply for the additional base (A68RB) for duplex system at the final stage:
220mA of current to be consumed will be supplied from the additional base for duplex system at the
final stage to the GOT bus interface, if the GOT power supply is off and the power supply for the
power supply module mounted on the additional base for duplex system at the final stage is on.
Therefore, please make sure that the 5V DC consumption (8A) of the power supply module will not
be exceeded by the sum of the value of the current consumption of the input/output module and
special function module that are mounted on the additional base for duplex system at the final
stage and the value of the current consumption (220mA) of the GOT bus interface.
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
DATE
3
PERFORMANCE
Magnified illustration of rating plate
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
This section describes the notes on the connecting of the Q4ARCPU with the GOT, as follows:
OVERVIEW
1
2.6 Notes on Q4ARCPU Duplex System
6
(1) Power on the GOT-A900 series.
(2) 1 to 2 seconds after power-on of the GOT-A900 series, power on the Q4ARCPU
duplex system.
A61RP
7
A61RP
Power supply
of Q4ARCPU
duplex system
ON 1 to 2s
OFF
Bus connection cable
Power supply
of GOT-A900 series
GOT
8
ON
Power supply
of GOT-A900 series OFF
It is recommended to switch power on with an external circuit configured.
If power is not switched on in the order as specified in the restriction, the Q4ARCPU
duplex system will not start up in system A but will start up in system B before it
starts control.
2.6 Notes on Q4ARCPU Duplex System
2 - 11
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
Extension base
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Main base
Power supply
of Q4ARCPU
duplex system
HANDLING
Power on the GOT-A900 series and Q4ARCPU duplex system in the following order.
3
PERFORMANCE
3.1 General Specifications
The general specifications of the GOT are indicated below.
Item
Specifications
Display section
Operating ambient
temperature
0 to 40
Other than display section
*1
0 to 55
Storage ambient
-20 to 60
temperature
Operating ambient
10 to 90 % RH, non-condensing
humidity
Storage ambient
10 to 90 % RH, non-condensing
humidity
Frequency
Under
Conforms
Vibration
to JIS B3501 and
resistance
IEC
Amplitude
10 to 57 Hz
vibration
Sweep Count
0.075 mm
intermittent
Under
61131-2
Acceleration
57 to 150 Hz
10 times each in
9.8 m/s2
X, Y and Z
10 to 57 Hz
0.035 mm
directions (for 80
continuous
vibration
57 to 150 Hz
minutes)
4.9 m/s2
Conforms to JIS B3501, IEC 61131-2 (147 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y and Z directions)
Shock resistance
Operating
No corrosive gas
atmosphere
Operating altitude *4
2000 m (6562 ft) max.
Installation location
Inside control panel
Overvoltage category
*2
II or less
Pollution degree *3
2 or less
*1 For A975GOT-TBA/TBD (-B) and A970GOT-TBA/TBD (-B), it becomes 0 to 55
.
*2 This indicates the section of the power supply to which the equipment is assumed to be connected between the
public electrical power distribution network and the machinery within the premises.
Category II applies to equipment for which electrical power is supplied from fixed facilities.
The surge voltage withstand level for up to the raged voltage of 300 V is 2500 V.
*3 This index indicates the degree to which conductive material is generated in the environment where the equipment
is used.
In pollution degree 2, only non-conductive pollution occurs but temporary conductivity may be produced due to
condensation.
*4 Do not use or store the GOT under pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure of altitude 0m (0ft.). Failure to
observe this instruction may cause a malfunction.
3-1
3.1 General Specifications
1
3.2 Performance specifications
Type
Intensity
Display angle
Backlight
350cd/ m2 (Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
60 degrees (right and left), 40 degrees (up), 50 degrees (down)
Cold cathode fluorescent tube backlight
(Backlight OFF / Screen saving time / Operator detect sensor setting allowed)
Number of touch
Touch
panel
keys
Key size
Repeat function
Detection length
Human
Detection range
sensor
Detection delay
Memory
time
Type
Application
Capacity
*1
3
1900 points (38 lines
Minimum 16
80
50 columns)
16 dots (per key) (8 16 dots only for bottom line)
No
1 (39.37) m (inch)
4
in both horizontal and vertical directions
0 to 4 s
Flash ROM
For monitor screen data storage, for OS storage
1M byte built-in (user area), max. 8M bytes increasable
Communication board slot*2
Communication unit
PERFORMANCE
section
Resolution
Display size
Display color
Image display color
High-luminance TFT color liquid crystal (Brightness: 350 cd/m2 (brightness of LC itself))
800 600 dots
246 (9.69) (W) 184.5 (7.26) (H) mm (inch)
256 color
65536 color
—
For communication board loading, 1 slot
interface*2
For communication unit loading, 1 channel
5
For video/RGB hybrid interface unit, video input
interface unit, RGB input interface unit loading, 1
For External I/O interface unit loading, 1 channel
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Option unit interface
channel
PC card interface
Memory board slot
RS-232C interface
For PC card loading, 1 channel
For memory board loading, 1 slot
For connection of personal computer, for bar-code reader connection, 1 channel
Printer interface*3
For printer connection, 1 channel
CRT interface*4
—
For CRT connection, SVGA 1 channel
For external speaker connection (3W + 3W or higher recommended) (stereo mini-jack), 1 channel each for L/R
Speech output terminal
(2Vp-p, 0.4mW (for rated load 10k )), replayable speech file: Windows WAV format, 8.000kHz, 16-bit monaural
6
50,000 h (Operating ambient temperature: 25
section*6*7
Backlight*6*9
Touch key
Built-in memory
Environmental protective structure
External dimensions
Panel cutting dimensions
Weight
Compatible software package*8
)
40,000 to 50,000 h
(Time when display luminance reaches 50% at the operating ambient temperature of 25
1 million times or more (operating force 0.98N max.)
Number of write times: 100,000 times
Front section: Equivalent to IP67/NEMA4
)
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Display
HANDLING
(8 s/speech file)
Single tone (tone length adjustable)
Buzzer output
Life*5
2
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Display
Specifications
A985GOT-TBA, A985GOT-TBD, A985GOT-TBA-EU
A985GOT-TBA-V, A985GOT-TBD-V
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Item
OVERVIEW
Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
Panel inside: IP2X
312 (12.28) (W) 238 (9.37) (H) 49 (1.93) (D) mm (inch)
302 (11.89) (W) 228 (8.98) (H) mm (inch)
2.4 (5.3) kg (lb)
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E Version F or later
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE Version F or later
8
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version C or later
*1 The built-in memory is ROM which allows old data to be overwritten by new data. (Data backup power supply is not
needed.)
*2 Note that either of the communication board slot and communication unit interface may only be used.
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
3-2
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
3.2.1
*3 The following specifications are those of the printer interface.
When fabricating the printer cable on the user side, conform to the following specifications.
Item
Specifications
Compliant Standard
Centronics (See below for the data and control signal timing.)
Insulation system
Photocoupler insulation
V1H = 2V, V1L = 0.8V
Input
Signal level
V0H = 2.4V, V0L = 0.5V
Output
Max. cable length
Within 3m or within the specifications of the printer used
DATA1 to 8
(sending side
H
receiving side)
L
receiving side)
H
L
STROBE
(sending side
BUSY
(sending side
Timing chart
1)
2)
(Note 2)
H
receiving side)
L
ACKNLG
(sending side
1)
3) (Note 3)
H
receiving side)
L
(Note 1) 1) Minimum 1.0 s
2) Minimum 1.0 s, maximum 500
3) Minimum 2 s
(Note 2) BUSY rises after fall of STROBE.
(Note 3) ACKNLG is sent within 10µs after fall of BUSY.
Type
GOT connector
: 10220-52A2JL
Cable connector
: 10120-6000EL(insulation displacement type connector)
Cable connector cover
: 10320-3210-000
No.
Connector used
Pin-outs
Wiring diagram
3-3
20
10
⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅
(GOT connector)
⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅
1
11
1
Signal
CHASIS
GND
Sumitomo 3M make
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
6
NC
11
DATA8
16
DATA3
2
ACKNLG
7
INIT
12
DATA7
17
DATA2
3
DATA6
8
DATA1
13
PE
18
GND
4
DATA5
9
STROBE
14
SLCT
19
ERROR
5
DATA4
10
BUSY
15
GND
20
GND
GOT side
CHASIS GND
ACKNLG
DATA6
DATA5
DATA4
NC
INIT
DATA1
STROBE
BUSY
DATA8
DATA7
PE
SLCT
GND
DATA3
DATA2
GND
ERROR
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
17
10
7
6
5
36
31
2
1
11
9
8
12
13
22
4
3
24
32
19
Printer side
CHASIS GND
ACKNLG
DATA6
DATA5
DATA4
NC
INIT
DATA1
STROBE
BUSY
DATA8
DATA7
PE
SLCT
GND
DATA3
DATA2
GND
ERROR
GND
1
*4 The following specifications are those of the CRT interface.
When fabricating the CRT cable on the user side, conform to the following specifications.
For the CRT side connector, refer to the instruction manual of the CRT used.
Processing method
Analog RGB video signals
Screen display
100 characters
75 lines
256
Max. cable length
30m
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
Display color
Dot clock
OVERVIEW
Specifications
38.362MHz
Horizontal scanning
37.461kHz
frequency
Vertical scanning frequency
60Hz
Video signal
20.854ms
VIDEO
analog
0.7VP-P
3
Vertical synchronizing timing
Video signal
16.683ms
VIDEO
analog
0.7VP-P
PERFORMANCE
Horizontal synchronizing timing
Timing chart
V-SYNC
Horizontal cycle
time
Vertical cycle
time
0.626ms
0.877ms
0.587ms
0.053ms
3.337ms
0.587ms
Vertical cycle
Horizontal cycle
26.694ms
Type
16.683ms
15-pin shrink D-sub (female) screw fixing type (DDK make 17HE-R13150-73MC2)
5
4
10
3
9
2
8
5
1
7
6
15 14 13 12 11
Direction of
GOT
No.
signal
Signal name
GOT
CRT
used
Pin-outs
1
Analog R (red)
R
9
—
NC
—
2
Analog G (green)
G
10
Digital GNB
DGND
—
3
Analog B (blue)
B
11
—
NC
—
4
—
NC
—
NC
—
—
—
12
13
Horizontal synchroniz-
5
Digital GNB
DGND
6
Return R (red)
RGND
14
7
Return G (green)
GGND
15
—
8
Return B (blue)
BGND
-
—
ing signal
Vertical
synchronizing signal
6
7
HSYNC
VSYNC
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
Connector
CRT
HANDLING
Signal name
Direction of
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
No.
signal
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
H-SYNC
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Item
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
3-4
The wiring method used when the CRT is connected is shown below.
Item
Specifications
75 Ω coaxial
GOT side
R
RGND
G
GGND
B
BGND
DGND
DGND
HSYNC
VSYNC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
Wiring diagram
1
6
2
7
3
8
5
10
13
14
4
9
11
13
14
Twisted pair
CRT side
1
6
2
7
3
8
5
10
13
14
4
9
11
13
14
R
RGND
G
GGND
B
BGND
NC
NC
HSYNC
VSYNC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
*5 When parts must be changed, consult your sales representative.
*6 The screen saving/back light OFF function of GOT is provide to prevent images from becoming permanently etched
on the display and extend the back light life.
*7 Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel. It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
Please note that these dots appear due to its characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
*8 GT Works2 and GT Designer2 are supported from the first version (Version1.00A).
*9 The specifications differ depending on the version of GOT (hardware version, function version).
(1) Specifications different for each GOT version
The GOT-A900 series differs in specifications according to the function version.
The specifications different for each GOT-A900 series version are indicated below.
(a) Life
Specifications are different in the display section or life according to the GOT function version.
For checking GOT function version, refer to Section 7.4.
Relevant models
• A985GOT-TBA-V
• A985GOT-TBA
Specifications
Item
Life
• A985GOT-TBD-V
• A985GOT-TBD
No function version, Function version A
Function version B (June, 2004) or later
40,000h
50,000h
Backlight
(Time when display luminance reaches 50% at the operating ambient temperature of 25
3-5
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
)
A985GOT-TBA-V
A985GOT-TBD-V
A985GOT-TBA
A985GOT-TBD
A985GOT-TBA-EU
Front section:
Equivalent to IP65
Hardware version A or later
Environmental
Panel inside: IP2X
protective
Front section:
structure
Equivalent to
Hardware version H
Hardware version L
Hardware version Q
Hardware version G
IP67/NEMA4
(Dec., 2001) or later
(Dec., 2001) or later
(Dec., 2001) or later
(May., 2001) or later
2
3
PERFORMANCE
Panel inside: IP2X
OVERVIEW
Specification
Item
1
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
(b) Environmental protective structure
The environmental protection structure (IP rating) differs depending on the hardware version of
GOT.
For how to confirm the hardware version of GOT, refer to Section 7.4.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.1 Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
3-6
3.2.2
Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
Specifications
A975GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-TBD-B
A975GOT-TBA-EU
Item
Type
A970GOT-TBA-B
A970GOT-TBD-B
A970GOT-TBA-EU
TFT color liquid crystal
Resolution
640
Display size
Display
section
211 (8.31)
Display color
256 color
A960GOT-EBA
A960GOT-EBD
A960GOT-EBA-EU
D-STN color liquid
crystal
STN monochrome
liquid crystal
EL
480 dots
2 color *2
(monochrome)
8 color
: 380 cd/m2
50 degrees (right and left),
45 degrees (up),
30 degrees (down)
1200 points (30 lines
Key size
—
1000 points
(25 lines 40 columns)
40 columns)
Minimum 16
Repeat function
—
—
Cold cathode fluorescent tube backlight
(Backlight OFF/screen saving time setting allowed)
Number of touch
keys
400 dots
2 color
(yellow orange, black)
250 cd/m2
(Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
-B : 85 degrees (right, left, up and down)
-EU : 50 degrees (right and left),
40 degrees (up),
45 degrees (down)
Backlight
16 dots (per key)
No
Type
Memory*2
640
192 (7.57) 120 (4.73)
mm (inch)
158 (6.23) mm (inch)
-EU : 350 cd/m2
(Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
Display angle*1
Touch
panel
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-LBA-EU
16 color
-B
Intensity*1
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT-SBA-EU
Flash ROM
Application
For monitor screen data storage, for OS storage
Capacity
1M byte built-in (user area), max. 8M bytes increasable
Communication board slot *3
Communication unit interface
For communication board loading, 1 slot
*3
For communication unit loading, 1 channel
Option unit interface
For option unit loading, 1 channel
PC card interface
For PC card loading, 1 channel
Memory board slot
For memory board loading, 1 slot
RS-232C interface
For connection of personal computer for graphics software, for bar-code reader connection, 1 channel
Printer interface*
4
For parallel printer connection, 1 channel
For external speaker connection (3W + 3W or higher recommended) (stereo mini-jack), 1 channel each for L/R
Speech output terminal
(2Vp-p, 0.4mW (for rated load 10k )), compatible speech file: Windows WAV format, 8.000kHz, 16-bit monaural
(8 s/speech file)
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone length adjustable)
Display section
*1*6*7
Life*5
-B : 43,000h
-EU: 41,000h
50,000h
(Operating ambient temperature : 25
Backlight*
1*7
)
-B : 43,000h
-EU: 40,000h
luminance 70%, 25
)
—
(Time when display luminance reaches 50% at the operating ambient temperature of
Touch key
)
1 million times or more (operating force 0.98N max.)
Built-in memory
Number of write times: 100,000 times
Environmental protective
Front section: Equivalent to IP67/NEMA4
Panel inside: IP2X
structure*1
3-7
30,000h (Initial
)
40,000h
25
Outline dimensions
(Operating ambient temperature : 25
297 (11.7) (W)
208 (8.2) (H)
46 (1.81) (D) mm (inch)
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
268 (10.56) (W)
192 (7.56) (H)
49 (1.93) (D)mm (inch)
1
Specifications
Panel cutting dimensions
289 (11.39) (W)
Weight
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT-SBA-EU
A960GOT-EBA
A960GOT-EBD
A960GOT-EBA-EU
258 (10.17) (W)
183 (7.21) (H) (inch)
200 (7.88) (H) mm (inch)
1.8 (4.0) kg (lb)
Compatible software package*8
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-LBA-EU
1.9 (4.2) kg (lb)
SW0D5CSW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later,
GTWORKS-E
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later Version A or later,
(8-step intensity adjustment is available
SW1D5C-GOTREfrom version C or later.)
PACK
Version A or later
1.6 (3.5) kg (lb)
SW0D5CGTWORKS-E
Version A or later,
SW1D5C-GOTREPACK
Version J or later
SW0D5CGTWORK-E
Version A or later,
SW1D5C-GOTREPACK Version A or later
*1 Display specifications vary with the GOT version (hardware version, function version). For details, refer to the
Section 3.2.1 (1) in the following page.
*2 The built-in memory is ROM which allows old data to be overwritten by new data. (Data backup power supply is not
needed.)
OVERVIEW
Item
A970GOT-TBA-B
A970GOT-TBD-B
A970GOT-TBA-EU
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
A975GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-TBD-B
A975GOT-TBA-EU
3
*4 Refer to the [3.2.1] for details on the specifications are those of the printer interface.
*5 When parts must be changed, consult your sales representative.
*6 The screen saving/back light OFF function of GOT is provide to prevent images from becoming permanently etched
on the display and extend the back light life.
*7 Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel. It is impossible to
Please note that these dots appear due to its characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
*8 GT Works2 and GT Designer2 are supported from the first version (Version1.00A).
*9 A screen created with GT Designer2 is displayed with reversing (white/black) on GOT.
The same display image as a screen created with GT Designer2 can be set for the display on GOT with [Setup] of
the utility.
• When setting [Reverse display] to [Yes]: The display is the same as one created with GT Designer2.
• When setting [Reverse display] to [No]: The reversed (white/black) display of a screen created with
For how to operate the utility, refer to the GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual (Extended Option Functions Manual)
*10 Performance specifications of A975GOT-TBA/TBD and A970GOT-TBA/TBD are given in Appendix 4.1.
(1) Specifications different for each GOT version
GOT-A900 series specifications are different according to the GOT version (hardware version,
function version.).
Details are given below.
Display angle
Display section
Life
Backlight
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Display
section
7
Specifications
Function version A
2
380 cd/m2
350 cd/m
(Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
(Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
50 degrees (right and left),
40 degrees (up),
45 degrees (down)
41,000h (Operating ambient temperature: 25
40,000h
Function version B (January, 2004) or later
8
85 degrees (right, left, up and down)
)
43,000h (Operating ambient temperature: 25
)
43,000h
(Time when display luminance reaches 50% at the operating ambient temperature of 25
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
)
3-8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
Intensity
• A975GOT-TBD-B
• A970GOT-TBD-B
HANDLING
6
(a) Display section, Life
Specifications are different in the display section or life according to the GOT function version.
For checking GOT function version, refer to Section 7.4.
No function version
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
GT Designer2 is displayed.
Item
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
Relevant models
• A975GOT-TBA-B
• A970GOT-TBA-B
PERFORMANCE
*3 Note that either of the communication board slot and communication unit interface may only be used.
(b) Environmental protective structure
The compliant environmental protective structure is different according to the GOT function
version.
For checking GOT function version, refer to Section 7.4.
Specification
A975GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-TBD-B
Item
A970GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-
A970GOT-TBD-B
TBA-EU
A970GOT-
A970GOT-
A960GOTEBA
A960GOT-
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-
SBA-EU
LBA-EU
A960GOT-
EBA-EU
A970GOT-SBD
TBA-EU
EBD
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
Front section:
Equivalent to IP65
Hardware version A or later
Environmental
Panel inside: IP2X
protective
Front section:
Hardware
Hardware
Hardware
Hardware
Hardware
structure
Equivalent to
Hardware version N
version T
version E
version B
version K
version L
IP67/NEMA4
(Dec., 2001) or later
(May., 2001)
(May., 2001)
(Dec., 2001)
(Dec., 2001)
(May., 2001)
or later
or later
or later
or later
or later
Panel inside: IP2X
3-9
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.2 Performance specifications of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
AC100 to 240V (+10, -15)
Input frequency
50/60Hz
For 100VAC input
When communication board is
used: 59VA or less
When communication module is
Input max. apparent power
—
For 100VAC input
When communication board is
used: 50VA or less
When communication module
used: 69VA or less*1
For 200VAC input
When communication board is
used: 74VA or less
When communication module is
3
is used: 60VA or less*1
—
For 200VAC input
When communication board is
used: 63VA or less
When communication module is
used: 75VA or less*1
used: 86VA or less*1
Input max. power
24VDC (+25%, -20%)
3Hz
PERFORMANCE
Input power supply voltage
—
40W
40A max. (264VAC, max. load)
61A max. (30VDC, max. load)
20ms (100VAC or more)
1ms
Noise immunity
By noise simulator of 1,500Vp-p noise voltage, 1 s noise width and 25 to 60Hz
noise frequency
By noise simulator of 500Vp-p
noise voltage, 1 s noise width
and 25 to 60Hz noise frequency
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute across AC external terminals and earth (2830VAC for 1
second for EU)
500VAC for 1 minute across DC
external terminals and earth
Inrush current
Permissible instantaneous
power failure time
Insulation resistance
10MΩ or larger by insulation resistance tester
Transistor output, 2 points (RUN, OUTPUT)
Insulation system
Photocoupler insulation
Rated load voltage
12/24VDC
Operating load voltage
range
Max. load current
OFF
ON
0.1mA max.
1.0VDC (TYP.) 0.1A, 2.5VDC (MAX.) 0.1A
ON
10ms max. (resistive load)
OFF
10ms max. (resistive load)
Surge suppressor
HANDLING
ON-time max. voltage
drop
Zener diode
7
0.75 to 2mm2
Applicable wire size
Applicable solderless terminal
Applicable tightening torque
(Terminal block terminal
screw)
5
6
0.4A, 10ms max.
OFF-time leakage current
Response
time
10.2 to 30VDC (Peak voltage 30V)
0.1A/point, 0.2A/common
Max. inrush current
4
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
External output
2
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
A985GOT-TBA-V
RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
59 to 88N cm
*1 When the communication module for bus connection (A9GT-BUSSU/A9GT-BUS2SU/A9GT-QBUS2SU) is used, the
maximum input apparent power is the same as when the communication board is used.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Item
A985GOT-TBD (-V),
A975GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-SBD,
A970GOT-LBD,
A960GOT-EBD
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Specifications
A985GOT-TBA(-EU),
A975GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU),
A970GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU),
A970GOT-SBA(-EU),
A970GOT-LBA(-EU),
A960GOT-EBA(-EU)
OVERVIEW
1
Power supply specifications
8
Remark
• If an instantaneous power failure occurs in the power supply and continues for
more than the permissible period, the GOT will be reset.
• Make sure to power on the unit more than 1 minute after power-off.
3.2 Performance specifications
3.2.3 Power supply specifications
3 - 10
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
3.2.3
3.3 Power Supply Power Consumed when
Communication Board or Communication Unit Is
Fitted
3.3.1
GOT with AC type input power supply
When the communication board or communication unit is fitted to the GOT
whose input power supply is AC type, power consumption is as listed below.
Power Consumption (Apparent Power)
Communication
Input
Type
Voltage
A985GOTA985GOT-
TBA
TBA-V
A985GOTTBA-EU
A975GOT-TBA
A970GOT-TBA
A975GOT-TBA-B
A970GOT-TBA-B
A975GOT-TBA-EU
A970GOT-TBA-EU
Communication
100VAC
59VA or less
50VA or less
unit
200VAC
74VA or less
63VA or less
100VAC
69VA or less
60VA or less
200VAC
86VA or less
75VA or less
Communication
1
board*
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-SBA-EU
A960GOT-EBA
A970GOT-LBA
A960GOT-EBA-EU
A970GOT-LBA-EU
*1 When the communication module for bus connection (A9GT-BUSSU/A9GT-BUS2SU/A9GT-QBUS2SU) is used, the
maximum input apparent power is the same as when the communication board is used.
3.3.2
GOT with DC type input power supply
When the communication board or communication unit is fitted to the GOT
whose input power supply is DC type, power consumption is as listed below.
Communication
Input
Type
Voltage
Communication
19.2 to
unit
30VDC
Communication
19.2 to
board*1
30VDC
Power Consumption (Apparent Power)
A985GOT-
A985GOT-
A975GOT-TBD
A970GOT-TBD
A970GOT-SBD
TBA-V
TBD
A975GOT-TBD-B
A970GOT-TBD-B
A970GOT-LBD
31W or less
26W or less
20W or less
17W or less
20W or less
37W or less
32W or less
26W or less
22W or less
24W or less
A960GOT-EBD
*1 When the communication module for bus connection (A9GT-BUSSU/A9GT-BUS2SU/A9GT-QBUS2SU) is used, the
maximum input apparent power is the same as when the communication board is used.
3 - 11
3.3 Power Supply Power Consumed when Communication Board or
Communication Unit Is Fitted
PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
OVERVIEW
4
1
4.1 Part Names And Settings of the A985GOT(-V)
19)
2)
19)
21) 3)
4)
5)
7)
6)
8)
3
PERFORMANCE
1)
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
17)
14)
20)
15)
13)
12)
11)
10)
5
9)
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
After removal of 10)
1)
Name
Display section
2)
Operator detect sensor
Sensor that detects operators
3)
Reset button
Used to reset the hardware of the GOT
4)
5)
memory card access switch
memory card LED
7
Description
Shows the screen
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Number
19)
19)
18)
Used to set the condition of access to the PC card when it is loaded during power-on
(Factory-set to OFF)
OFF
Access from GOT to PC card inhibited
ON
Access from GOT to PC card enabled
8
Indicates whether the PC card may be loaded/unloaded or not
OFF
PC card may be loaded/unloaded (When switch 4 is OFF)
ON
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
16)
HANDLING
6
PC card must not be loaded/unloaded (When switch 4 is ON)
6)
Communication unit interface
7)
memory card interface
Interface for loading the communication unit
Interface for loading the PC card
8)
memory card ejection button
Button used to withdraw the PC card
4.1 Part Names And Settings of the A985GOT(-V)
4-1
Number
Name
Description
9)
Speech output terminal
For external speaker connection
10)
Slot cover
Fixture to cover the slot
11)
Printer interface
For printer connection
CRT interface
12)
(for A985GOT only)
RS-232C interface
(for A985GOT-V only)
13)
For CRT connection
RS-232C interface
For connection of personal computer and bar code reader
(for A985GOT only)
14)
Option unit interface
For option unit loading (for future extension)
15)
Terminal block
For power input and external output
16)
Communication board slot
Slot for communication board loading
17)
Memory board slot
Slot for memory board loading
18)
Screw hole for attaching memory board
Screw hole used to attach the memory board
19)
Mounting fixture fitting portion
For mounting fixture fitting
20)
Protective ground terminal
For earthing (For safety, please make sure to ground this terminal.)
21)
Rating plate
4-2
4.1 Part Names And Settings of the A985GOT(-V)
—
1
OVERVIEW
4.2 Part Names And Settings of the A975GOT/
A970GOT/A960GOT
17)
1)
17)
19) 2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
PERFORMANCE
3
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
15)
18)
After removal of 9)
13)
12) 11)
10)
9)
8)
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
6
Number
16)
17)
17)
Name
HANDLING
14)
Description
1)
Display section
Shows the screen
2)
Reset button
Used to reset the hardware of the GOT
Used to set the condition of access to the PC card when it is loaded during power-on (Fac-
memory card access switch
OFF
Access from GOT to PC card inhibited
ON
Access from GOT to PC card enabled
Indicates whether the PC card may be loaded/unloaded or not
memory card LED
OFF
PC card may be loaded/unloaded (When switch 3 is OFF)
ON
PC card must not be loaded/unloaded (When switch 3 is ON)
5)
Communication unit interface
6)
memory card interface
Interface for loading the PC card
7)
memory card ejection button
Button used to withdraw the PC card
8)
Speech output terminal
For external speaker connection
8
Interface for loading the communication unit
4.2 Part Names And Settings of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
4)
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
3)
tory-set to OFF)
4-3
Number
Name
Description
9)
Slot cover
Fixture to cover the slot
10)
Printer interface
For printer connection
11)
RS-232C interface
12)
Option unit interface
13)
Terminal block
For power input and external output
14)
Communication board slot
Slot for communication board loading
15)
Memory board slot
Slot for memory board loading
16)
Screw hole for attaching memory board
Screw hole used to attach the memory board
17)
Mounting fixture fitting portion
For mounting fixture fitting
18)
Protective ground terminal *1
For earthing (For safety, please make sure to ground this terminal.)
19)
Rating plate
For connection of personal computer
For connecting the bar code reader
For option unit loading (for future extension)
—
*1 Some GOTs may not be equipped with a protective ground terminal. For details on earthing the protective ground
terminal, see Section 6.1.3.
4-4
4.2 Part Names And Settings of the A975GOT/A970GOT/A960GOT
OVERVIEW
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION
PROCEDURE
2
Create monitor screen data.
Perform wiring to supply power to GOT.
Install the memory board (only when
necessary)
To transfer data through cable
3
For GT Designer:
....................... Refer to GT Designer help function
For GT Designer2:
Refer to GT Designer2 Version
Reference Manual
PERFORMANCE
Install GT Designer (2) into personal
computer.
For GT Designer:
Refer to GT Works Version /
GT Designer Version
Operating Manual (Startup Manual)
For GT Designer2:
....................... Refer to GT Works2 Version /
GT Designer2 Version
Operating Manual
(Startup Introductory Manual)
....................... Refer to Section 6.1
4
....................... Refer to Section 6.4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
START
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
This chapter gives a rough procedure to be performed before starting the operation of the GOT.
To transfer data through PC card
Load PC card into personal computer.
Install personal computer-installed OS
program and monitor screen data into GOT.
Install personal computer-installed OS
program and monitor screen data to PC card.
1) Install basic OS, communication driver,
extension function OS into GOT.
2) Reset GOT power on completion of
installation.
3) Download screen data created on
personal computer.
1) Copy basic OS, communication driver,
extension function OS to PC card.
2) Copy screen data created on personal
computer to PC card.
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Connect GOT and personal computer by
RS-232C cable.
For GT Designer:
Refer to GT Works
Version /GT
Designer Version
Reference Manual
For GT Designer2:
Refer to GT
Designer2 Version
Operating Manual
6
....................... Refer to Chapter 6
Make switch setting of communication
unit or communication board.
....................
Connect cables to GOT and required
connectors.
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Load various modules to GOT.
HANDLING
Load PC card into GOT, and install OS
program and monitor screen data
(copy them to built-in memory).
Refer to GOT-A900 Series User's
Manual
(Connection System Manual)
Switch on GOT and connected system.
Start monitoring.
(Use various monitoring functions.)
Refer to GOT-A900 Series Operating
....................... Manual
(Extended Option Functions Manual)
COMPLETE
5-1
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
5
1
Memo
5-2
OVERVIEW
HANDLING
This chapter explains how to handle the GOT main unit and components.
6.1 GOT Main Unit
CAUTION
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
The GOT should be used in the environment given in the general specifications of
this user's manual.
Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product damage or
deterioration.
When mounting the GOT main unit to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws
in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a drop, short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of
the screws or the GOT.
When loading the communication board or communication unit to the GOT, fit it to
the connection interface of the GOT and tighten the mounting screws in the
specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction due to the damage of the
screws or unit.
When loading the memory board to the GOT, do not touch the boards and electronic
parts directly.
Doing so can cause a GOT malfunction.
When loading the memory board into the GOT, load it into its corresponding GOT
slot and tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a malfunction due to a poor contact.
Overtightening can cause a malfunction due to the damage of the screws or the
GOT.
Before loading or unloading the PC card to or from the GOT, set the memory card
access switch to the OFF position.
Not doing so can cause the PC card data to be corrupted.
Please make sure to ground FG terminal, LG terminal, and protective ground
terminal of the GOT power supply section by applying Class D Grounding (Class 3
Grounding Method or higher) which is used exclusively for the GOT.
Correctly wire the power supply section on the GOT after confirming the rated
voltage and terminal arrangement of the product.
Not doing so can cause a fire or failure.
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.1 Handling instructions
6-1
3
PERFORMANCE
Before installing or removing the GOT main unit to or from the control panel, always
switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.
Not doing so can cause a GOT failure or malfunction.
Before loading or unloading the communication board, communication unit or
memory board to or from the GOT, always switch off the GOT power externally in all
phases.
Not doing so can cause a unit failure or malfunction.
Before starting wiring, always switch off the GOT power externally in all phases.
Not doing so may cause an electric shock, product damage or malfunction.
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
DANGER
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
This section describes the instructions for handling the GOT main unit and components.
6
HANDLING
Handling instructions
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
6.1.1
2
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6
1
CAUTION
Exercise care to avoid foreign matter such as chips and wire offcuts entering the
GOT.
Not doing so can cause a fire, failure or malfunction.
Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section in the specified
torque range.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the
screws or the GOT.
Plug the bus connection cable by inserting it into the connector of the connected
module until it "clicks".
After plugging, check that it has been inserted snugly.
Not doing so can cause a malfunction due to a poor contact.
Plug the communication cable into the connector of the connected unit and tighten
the mounting and terminal screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the
screws or unit.
Do not touch the conductive and electronic parts of the unit directly.
Doing so can cause a unit malfunction or failure.
(1) Do not drop the GOT or give it strong impact.
Doing so can cause a failure because the display section is made of glass.
(2) Do not remove the printed circuit board of the GOT from the case.
Doing so can cause a failure.
(3) When mounting the main unit to a control panel or similar, set the display section as shown below.
• When the temperature inside the control panel is 40 to 55°C or less, the mounting angle should
be in the range 60 to 105 degrees.
GOT
Display
section
105°
60°
Control panel,
etc.
• The GOT will be deteriorated earlier if it is used at the mounting angle other than the above.
Therefore, the temperature inside the control panel should be within 40°C.
(4) Tighten the screws in the following specified range.
Screw Location
Tightening Torque Range
Protective ground terminal screw (M4 screw)
82 to 110N cm
Terminal block terminal screw (M3 screw)
59 to 88N cm
Mounting fixture screw (M4 screw)
Communication unit mounting screw (M3 screw)
Communication board mounting screw (M3 screw)
Option unit mounting screw (M3 screw)
36 to 48N cm
Case fixing screw (M3 screw)
SVGA type CRT mounting screw
6-2
Memory board mounting screw (M2.6 screw)
25 to 35N cm
RS-232C connector mounting screw (#4-40 UNC (inch screw))
20 to 28N cm
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.1 Handling instructions
This section provides how to install the GOT.
(1) Mounting panel cutting dimensions
When mounting the GOT on a control panel door, user-made mounting base or similar, the door or
mounting base must be cut as indicated below.
228 (8.98)
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
A975GOT
289 (11.39)
200 (7.88)
A970GOT
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
A960GOT
258 (10.17)
183 (7.21)
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
3
D
(100mm
(3.94inch)
or more)
Other
device
B
(50mm
(1.97inch)
ormore)
(80mm(3.15inch)
or more)
4
B
(50mm
(1.97inch)
ormore)
A
Plate thickness
within 2 to 4mm (0.08 to 0.16inch)
Part A size: Because the connection cable of the GOT is pulled downward, the following space is
required according to its radius of curvature.
Type
A [mm] (inch)
A97*GOT+Communication board
130 (5.12) or more
A985GOT(-V)/A960GOT+Communication board
140 (5.51) or more
A97*GOT+A9GT-BUSSU/BUS2SU
15 (0.59) or more
A985GOT(-V)/A960GOT+A9GT-BUSSU/BUS2SU
30 (1.18) or more
6
When using a cable prepared by user, please consider the connector cover to be used
and the bending radius of the cable.
When using a bar code reader, please consider the dimensions of the connector to be
used and the bending radius of the cable.
Part B size: When using a PC card or an speech output device (for a connected cable connector and a wire),
a clearance of 100mm (3.94inch) or more is required.
When removing a PC card by opening a cover of the memory card interface part, a clearance of
50mm (1.97inch) is required.
(A clearance of 50mm (1.97inch) or more is required when an audio speech device or a memory
card is not used.)
Part C size: Please allow a gap 80mm (3.15inch) or more from the structure and other equipment in
the upper part of the unit to often allow good ventilation.
Part D size: When installing devices that generate radiated noise (such as a contactor) or a device
that generate heat near the GOT, always leave a clearance of 100mm (3.94inch) or
more to the back and 50mm (1.97inch) or more to the left and right to avoid the effects
of the noise and heat.
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.2 Installation method
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
C
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
(2) Mounting position
When mounting the GOT, the following clearances must be left from the other device.
6-3
HANDLING
B
Panel opening
302 (11.89)
[+1.0 (0.04), -0 (0)]
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
A985GOT(-V)
2
B [mm] (inch)
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
A
A [mm] (inch)
PERFORMANCE
Type
OVERVIEW
1
Installation method
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6.1.2
(3) Mounting method
(a) Put the GOT into the panel opening, with its front face first.
(b) Mount the GOT in the following four locations at its top and bottom.
(Top)
(Bottom)
Mounting position
Mounting position
(c) How to mount and fix the mounting fixture is given below.
1) Insert the mounting fixture into the
fixture fitting portion of the GOT.
2) Tighten and fix the mounting screw in
the specified torque range.
(Overtightening may distort the panel
and crimp the protective sheet.)
Do not paint at the sections where the mounting fixture and control panel contact.
Instead provide a conductivity between the mounting fixture and control panel.
6-4
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.2 Installation method
Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section within the specified
torque range.
If the terminal screws are loose, it could result in short circuits, erroneous operation
or erroneous operation.
Tightening the terminal screws too far may cause damages to the screws and/or
the module, resulting in fallout, short circuits, or erroneous operation.
Be sure there are no foreign substances such as sawdust or wiring debris inside
the GOT main unit.
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
4
5
General view of noise countermeasures
There are two types of noise: radiated noise, which is transmitted through the air,
and conducted noise, which is transmitted through a connection wire. In noise
countermeasures, the both two types of noise should be taken into account. As the
noise countermeasures, there are the following three methods.
(1) Block noise
(a) Keep signal wires away from a possible noise source as power wires or highpower driving circuits.
6
(b) Shield signal wires.
HANDLING
Remark
3
PERFORMANCE
When wiring in the GOT power section, be sure that it is done correctly by checking
the product's rated voltage and the terminal layout. Connecting a power supply that
is different from the rating or incorrectly wiring the product could result in fire or
erroneous operation.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Be sure to ground the FG terminal and LG terminal of the GOT power supply
section to the protective ground conductor. Not doing so could result in electric
shock or erroneous operation.
2
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
CAUTION
Completely turn off the externally supplied power used in the system when installing
or placing wiring. Not completely turning off all power could result in electric shock,
damage to the product.
(2) Reduce generated noise
(a) Reduce the noise generated from high-power motor drive circuits.
(3) Ground noise without fail
(a) Earth the grounding wire to the ground without fail.
7
(b) Use a grounding wire as thick and short as possible to ensure low grounding
impedance.
(c) Separate the grounding between power and control systems.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
DANGER
OVERVIEW
1
Wiring method
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6.1.3
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
6-5
(1) Power supply wiring
• Separate the GOT's power supply line from the lines for I/O devices and power devices as shown
below.
When there is much noise, connect an insulation transformer.
Power supply wiring diagram
Main power GOT power Insulation
Transformer
supply
supply
200VAC
GOT
T1
I/O power supply
I/O equipment
Main circuit equipment
Main circuit equipment
• 100VAC, 200VAC and 24VDC wires should be twisted as dense as possible.
Connect the modules with the shortest distance.
Also, to reduce the voltage drop to the minimum, use the thickest wires possible (0.75 to 2mm2).
Use a solderless terminal for M3 screw. Also, be sure to tighten the M3 screw within tightening
torque 0.55 to 0.88 N m in order not to cause trouble.
• Do not bundle the 100VAC, 200VAC and 24VDC wires with, or run them close to, the main circuit
(high voltage, large current) and I/O signal lines. Reserve a distance of at least 100 mm from
adjacent wires.
• As a countermeasure to power surge due to lightening, connect a surge absorber for lightening
as shown below.
Lightening surge absorber connection diagram
GOT
AC
E2
E1
Surge absorber for lightening
(1) Separate the ground of the surge absorber for lightening (E1) from that of the
GOT (E2).
(2) Select a surge absorber for lightening whose power supply voltage does no
exceed the maximum allowable circuit voltage even at the time of maximum
power supply voltage elevation.
6-6
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
• When using A8GT-C EXSS-1 or A8GT-C BS, ground wires as below.
(1) When using A8GT-C EXSS-1 cable
1
OVERVIEW
(2) Connection Cable Wiring
• Do not bind connection cables with the main circuit (high voltage, heavy current) or I/O signal
cables, or lay them close to each other.
2
Disconnected
(A8GT-C BS)
OUT
L N LG FG
(A8GT-EXCNB)
6)
5)
4)
1)
2)
1) Connect the LG and FG terminals of GOT unit power to the ground through the terminal
block with one wire.
PERFORMANCE
3
2SQ wire FG terminal,
28 cm or less
4
2) Use FG wires of 28 cm or less for the A8GT-C BS cable.
3) Do not connect the FG grounding wire of A8GT-EXCNB cable.
4) Connect the A8GT-C BS cable's FG wire to FG of the GOT unit power terminal block.
5) Connect the A8GT-C BS cable's FG wire on the PLC side to FG of the PLC power supply
module.
6) Connect the LG and FG terminals of the terminal block on the PLC to ground with one wire.
(2) When using A8GT-C BS cable
Connect the A8GT-C BS cable's FG wires on the both sides to the FG terminals on the power
terminal block of the both side GOTs.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
FG
LG
N
L
IN
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
3)
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
GOT
PLC
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
6-7
(3) Grounding
• For grounding, perform the following:
Use a dedicated grounding wire as far as possible. (Grounding resistance of 100Ω or less.)
• When a dedicated grounding cannot be performed, use (2) Common Grounding shown below.
Also, be sure to take noise countermeasures other than grounding.
Power
equipment
GOT
GOT
Grounding
(Class 3 grounding)
(1) Independent grounding
Power
equipment
GOT
Power
equipment
Grounding
(Class 3 grounding)
Best
(2) Common grounding
Good
(3) Joint grounding
Not allowed
• For grounding a cable, use the cable of 2 mm2 or more.
Position the ground-contact point as closely to the sequencer as possible, and reduce the length
of the grounding cable as much as possible.
(a) An example of independent grounding
Power equipment
(Servo, etc.)
CN1A CN1B
Connection cable
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
FG
FG
LG
Grounding
terminal
block
Panel
grounding
GOT
Grounding terminal block
Grounding for
control system
Grounding for
power system
*For control system grounding, apply single-point grounding for one system.
Especially for the devices communicating each other, be sure to earth the grounding wire at
one point.
(b) An example of common grounding
Power equipment
(Servo, etc.)
Connection cable
CN1A CN1B
CN2
FG
LG
CN3
FG
FG
LG
Panel grounding
GOT
Grounding terminal block
Use a grounding wire as thick and short as possible.
*Apply single-point grounding for one system.
6-8
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
1
(c) Recommended terminal shapes
Terminal screw Crimping terminal
Terminal screw Crimping terminal
OVERVIEW
3.2
6.2mm or less
3.2
When connecting one
wire to one terminal
When connecting two
wires to one terminal
RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
PERFORMANCE
3
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Applicable crimping terminal
2
’[Ž q
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
’[Ž q
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6.2mm or less
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
6-9
(4) Connecting to the GOT Power Section
The following diagram shows the wiring example of power lines, grounding lines, etc. to the GOT
power section.
100/110VAC
When using 100VAC
GOT
AC
Fuse
INPUT
100-240VAC
LG
AC
DC
FG
24VDC
When using 24VDC
GOT
INPUT
24VDC
LG
FG
Grounding wire
Grounding
(1) Use the thickest possible (max. 2 mm2 (14 AWG)) wires for the 100/200 VAC and
24 VDC power cables. Be sure to twist these wires starting at the connection
terminals. To prevent a short-circuit should any screws loosen, use solderless
terminals with insulation sleeves.
(2) When the LG terminals and FG terminals are connected, be sure to ground the
wires. Do not connect the LG terminals and FG terminals to anything other than
ground. If LG terminals and FG terminals are connected without grounding the
wires, the PLC may be susceptible to noise.
In addition, since the LG terminals have potential, the operator may receive an
electric shock when touching metal parts.
6 - 10
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
1
How to wire the GOT power supply section is explained below.
100 to 240VAC
OVERVIEW
(a) Wiring diagram
24VDC
INPUT
24VDC
INPUT
24VDC
+ -
L
RUN OUTPUT
(LG)
(FG)
L
L
L
L
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
12/24VDC 0.1A
+
-
L
L
12/24VDC 0.1A
+
-
3
L
+ 12/24VDC
+ 12/24VDC
*1 The GOTs of the following hardware versions are not equipped with protective ground terminals because they do
not require earthing.
4
The protective ground terminal is not provided because this product does not require earthing.
Type
A975GOT-TBA(-B)
A975GOT
A975GOT-TBD(-B)
A975GOT-TBA-EU
Hardware version
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Item
Version L (June, 2001) or later
Version E (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-TBA(-B)
5
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
A970GOT-TBD(-B)
A970GOT-SBA
Version L (June, 2001) or later
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-TBA-EU
Version E (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-SBA-EU
Version S (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-LBA-EU
Version L (July, 2003) or later
A960GOT
A960GOT-EBD
A960GOT-EBA-EU
*2
6
Version H (June, 2001) or later
HANDLING
A960GOT-EBA
PERFORMANCE
(FG)
Version V (August, 2002) or later
When the conventional GOT’s protective ground terminal has the wire fixed, remove or insulate the wire.
7
(b) How to use the external outputs
1) RUN
Outputs whether the GOT operation is normal or abnormal.
Use this output when it is desired to monitor the GOT operation on the PLC CPU, for
example.
Import this output to the input module and check it in the sequence program.
ON: Normal operation, OFF: Abnormal operation
2) OUTPUT
External outputs can be provided (lamp is lit, buzzer beeps) by switching on the bit device
GB1 in the GOT with the status monitoring function and touch switch (bit) function.
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.3 Wiring method
6 - 11
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
RUN OUTPUT
(LG)
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
INPUT
100 to 240VAC
2
-
+
6.1.4
Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
Connect and wire GOT-A900 series equipment as instructed below.
If the GOT-A900 series equipment is configured in a way that differs from the following instructions, the system will not comply with EMC directives.
The GOT case is made of different material depending on the hardware version.
Make sure to confirm the hardware version of the GOT used, as the wiring or connection method varies with
the case material.
The following table shows the GOT hardware version and the corresponding case material.
Material
Type
Conductive material case
Non-conductive mold (resin) case
A985GOT-TBA-EU
A or later
---
A975GOT-TBA-EU
A or later
E or later (July, 2003)
A970GOT-TBA-EU
A or later
E or later (July, 2003)
A970GOT-SBA-EU
A or later
S or later (July, 2003)
A970GOT-LBA-EU
A or later
L or later (July, 2003)
A960GOT-EBA-EU
A or later
V or later (August, 2003)
(1) Method to connect the power wire, ground wire and protective ground terminal
(a) Method to connect the power wire and ground wire
Connect the power wire and connection cable as shown in the illustration, and be sure to
attach a ferrite core (TDK type ZCAT3035-1330) within the range shown below.
Lead the power wire and ground wire as shown in Section 1.2.2 (2).
Always ground the LG and FG wires.
For A985GOT
For Bus connection
A97
For RS-422 connection
GOT terminal block
GOT terminal block
GOT terminal block
INPUT
100-240VAC
INPUT
100-240VAC
(LG)
(LG)
(FG)
/960GOT
INPUT
100-240VAC
(FG)
Ferrite
core
1
LG
FG
LG
*1
6 - 12
Ferrite
core 1
AC
LG
AC
AC
(FG)
within 90mm
(3.54 inch)
within 50mm
(1.97 inch)
Ferrite
core
within 100mm
(3.94 inch)
within 100mm
(3.94 inch)
within 50mm
(1.97 inch)
(LG)
FG
Wrap the FG and LG wire around the ferrite core.
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
FG
(The ferrite core is not used when using the A985GOT RS-422 connection.)
GOT terminal block
3
GOT terminal block
(LG)
(FG)
(FG)
Ferrite core
Ground to the
control panel
Ground to the
control panel
INPUT
100-240VAC
(LG)
(FG)
4
within 120mm
(4.72inch)
(LG)
within 70mm
(2.76 inch)
INPUT
100-240VAC
INPUT
100-240VAC
/960GOT
PERFORMANCE
GOT terminal block
A97
Ferrite core
Ground to the
control panel
2) For GOT with non-conductive mold (resin) case
This GOT does not include the protective ground terminal, as it does not require grounding.
(c) For CC-Link connection
Use the grounding wire (300mm or less) to connect the FG terminal of the CC-Link
communication unit to that of the GOT power supply section.
Then, attach the ferrite core (ZCAT3035-1330) within 70mm of the FG terminal of A8GTJ61BT13.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
For RS-422 connection
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
For Bus connection
within 120mm
(4.72inch)
6
1
ON
OFF
1 HOLD CLEAR
2
4
1
3
DA
SW
2
BD999C127H01
DB
5
7
DG
NC
NC
4
6
8
SLD
HANDLING
CC-Link communication unit terminal block
(FG1)
NC
Within 70mm
(2.76 inch)
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
Ferrite core
GOT FG terminal
Ground wire
(Within 300mm (11.81 inch))
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
within 120mm
(4.72inch)
within 70mm
(2.76 inch)
For A985GOT
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Be sure to ground the protective ground terminal of the GOT to the control panel.
At this time, keep the length of the ground wire grounding the control panel to within 120mm
(4.72inch).
Moreover, be sure to install the ferrite core (TDK brand ZCAT3035-1330) within 70mm from
the protective ground terminal.
OVERVIEW
1
(b) Method to ground the protective ground terminal
1) For GOT with conductive metal case
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
6 - 13
(2) Producing the ground cable
Produce the cable for the GOT with the following method.
When producing the cable, a ferrite core, cable clamp and cable shielding material are required.
The cable clamp used by Mitsubishi Electric for the EMC specification compatibility test is shown
below.
• TDK brand ZCAT3035-1330 Ferrite Core
• TDK brand ZCAT2436-1330 Ferrite Core
• Mitsubishi Electric Model AD75CK cable clamp
• Japan Zipper Tubing Co., Ltd. Zipper tube SHNJ type
(a) BUS connection cable
1) For A8GT-C100/200/300EXSS, A8GT-C100/200/300BS.
• Cut the connection wire protruding from both ends of the cable to the lengths shown
below.
• Peel the sheath (with the length shown below) at both ends of the cable, and expose the
shield braided wire for grounding.
(for grounding with cable clamps (refer to Section (3))
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 360
(14.17)
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Ground wires
(280mm
40 (11.0inch))
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
PLC/GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 360
(14.17)
Unit : mm (inch)
2) For other cables between GOT and base unit
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material with the length shown below.
• Pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller side through the
core.
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
6 - 14
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Cable shield material
Grounding braided
wire(50mm(1.97inch))
Grounding braided
wire(200mm(7.87inch))
PLC side
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
Unit : mm (inch)
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
Cable shield material
Grounding braided
wire(50mm(1.97inch))
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
2
GOT side
Unit : mm (inch)
(b) CPU Direct connection
1) For RS-232C cable (QC30R2)
• Peel the sheath (with the length shown below) at both ends of the cable, and expose the
shield braided wire for grounding.
(for grounding with cable clamps (refer to Section (3))
3
PERFORMANCE
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
1
OVERVIEW
3) For other cables between GOTs
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material with the length shown below.
• Do not pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller through the
core.
4
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
40
(1.57)
40
(1.57)
PLC side
130
(5.12)
Within 300
(11.81)
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Unit : mm (inch)
5
2) RS-422 cable (For AC30/100/300R4-25P)
For A985GOT
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material with the length shown below.
• Do not pass the braided wire for grounding through the ZCAT2436-1330 ferrite core.
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT2436-1330) PLC side
HANDLING
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT2436-1330)
Cable shield material
Grounding braided
wire(200mm(7.87inch))
150
(5.90)
7
Unit : mm (inch)
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
150
(5.90)
6
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
GOT side
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
GOT side
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
6 - 15
For A97*/960GOT
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material with the length shown below.
• Pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller side through the
core.
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
Cable shield material
Grounding braided
wire(50mm(1.97inch))
PLC side
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
Unit : mm (inch)
(c) Computer link connection
1) For RS-232C cable
The RS-232C cable used to connect the GOT, the computer link module and PLC CPU with
computer link function must be prepared by the user.
The RS-232C cable connection diagram and the connector are as follows.
Connection diagram
• If D-sub 9-pin is used for the connector of the computer link module.
(A1SJ71QC24(-R2), A1SJ71UC24-R2, A1SJ71C24-R2,
A1SCPUC24-R2, A2CCPUC24, QJ71C24(-R2))
GOT side
Computer link module side
Signal
Pin No.
Pin No.
Signal
CS(CTS)
8
1
CD
RS(RTS)
7
7
RS(RTS)
CD
1
8
CS(CTS)
RD(RXD)
2
3
SD(TXD)
SD(TXD)
3
2
RD(RXD)
DTR(ER)
4
6
DSR(DR)
DSR(DR)
6
4
DTR(ER)
SG
5
5
SG
-
9
9
-
Shell
Shell
Braided shield
6 - 16
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
1
• If D-sub 25-pin is used for the connector of the computer link module.
Computer link module side
Pin No.
Pin No.
Signal
8
8
CD
RS(RTS)
7
4
RS(RTS)
CD
1
5
CS(CTS)
RD(RXD)
2
2
SD(TXD)
SD(TXD)
3
3
RD(RXD)
DTR(ER)
4
6
DSR(DR)
DSR(DR)
6
20
DTR(ER)
SG
5
7
SG
-
9
9
-
Shell
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Signal
CS(CTS)
3
PERFORMANCE
GOT side
OVERVIEW
(AJ71QC24(-R2), AJ71UC24)
Shell
Braided shield
Precautions for producing cable
• Make a twisted pair for each signal and SG.
• Connect the braided shield to the connector shell (both ends).
• The cable used for the Mitsubishi EMC Directive compatibility test had the following
specifications.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Specification
Cable type
Twisted pair shield cable
Conductor section area (mm2)
0.2
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Item
4
Connector and connector cover
• GOT connector
Use the connector matching the following model for the GOT.
6
9-pin D-sub (male) inch screw type
manufactured by DDK
HANDLING
17JE-23090-27 (D3CC)
• Connector of computer link module
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Refer to the user’s manual of the computer link module.
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
6 - 17
Cable production method
• Peel the sheath (with the length shown below) at both ends of the cable, and expose the
shield braided wire for grounding.
• The cable must be 15m or shorter.
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
Computer link module side
130
(5.12)
Within 400
(15.75)
Unit : mm (inch)
2) For RS-422 cable (AC30/100/300R4-25P)
Refer to (2) (b) 1)
3) For RS-422 cable (User created cable)
Refer to the GOT-A900 series User’s Manual (Connection System Manual) for information
about the cable creation method.
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material with the length shown below.
• Pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller side through the
core.
GOT side
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Computer link module side
Cable shield material
130
130
Grounding braided
(5.12)
(5.12)
wire(50mm(1.97inch))
Within 150
Within 150
(5.90)
(5.90)
Grounding braided wire(200mm(7.87inch))
6 - 18
Unit : mm (inch)
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
When using a CC-Link dedicated cable between GOT and PLC
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
2
PLC side
130
(5.12)
Within 400
(15.75)
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Unit : mm (inch)
3
When using a CC-Link dedicated cable between GOT and GOT
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
PERFORMANCE
GOT side
4
Unit : mm (inch)
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
Ethernet module side
Within 400
(15.75)
6
Unit : mm (inch)
HANDLING
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
(e) Ethernet Connection (Shielded twisted pair shielded cable (10BASE-T))
• Strip the outer insulation layer at both ends of the cable by the length below to expose the
braided shield for grounding.
(for grounding with cable clamps (refer to Section (3))
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
GOT side
1
OVERVIEW
(d) CC-Link connection (CC-Link dedicated cable)
• Strip the outer insulation layer at both ends of the cable by the length below to expose the
braided shield for grounding.
(for grounding with cable clamps (refer to Section (3))
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
6 - 19
(f)
PLC and microcomputer (manufactured by other company) connection
Produce the cable (RS-232C cable and RS-422 cable) for connecting the GOT to a PLC or
microcomputer (manufactured by other company) with reference to the GOT-A900 Series
User's Manual (Connection System Manual).
Configure the system to meet the EMC Directive specifications for the connected
device when connecting the GOT with the PLC or microcomputer (manufactured by
other company).
This section gives the instructions to comply with the EMC Directive. The
manufacturer should finally decide the EMC Directive compliance method or judge if
the configured system is compliant with the EMC Directive.
1) For RS-422 cable
• Each signal wire (excluding SG and FG) should be made into a two power wires and
connected, then twisted.
SDA
RDA
SDB
RDB
RDA
SDA
RDB
SDB
• Make the SG wire more than two wires and connect.
For A985GOT
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material by the length shown below.
• Do not pass the braided wire for grounding through the ZCAT2436-1330 ferrite core.
GOT side
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT2436-1330)
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT2436-1330) PLC side
Cable shield material
150
(5.90)
6 - 20
Grounding braided
wire(200mm(7.87inch))
Near the connection
destination
Unit : mm (inch)
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Near the
connection
destination
Unit : mm (inch)
3
RD
SD
SD
RD
DTR
DSR
DSR
DTR
SG
SG
PERFORMANCE
2) For RS-232C cable
• Use a twisted pair style for each signal wire (except SG, FG) with SG.
4
• Strip the outer insulation layer at both ends of the cable by the length shown below to
expose the braided shield for grounding.
(for grounding with cable clamps (refer to Section (3))
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
Within 230
(9.06)
Other PLC and Microcomputer side
40
40 Near the connection
(1.57)
destination
Unit : mm (inch)
(g) Printer cable
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of the
cable shield material by the length shown below.
Ferrite Core (ZCAT3035-1330)
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
Printer side
8
Cable shield material
Grounding braided wire (50mm(1.97inch))
Unit : mm (inch)
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
GOT side
5
6
Near the
connection
destination
(1.57)
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Near the
connection
destination
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Grounding braided
wire(50mm(1.97inch))
HANDLING
Cable shield material
130
(5.12)
Within 150
(5.90)
2
PLC side
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
1
OVERVIEW
For A97*/960GOT
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of
the cable shield material by the length shown below.
• Pass the grounding braided wire on the programmable logic controller side through the
core.
6 - 21
(h) CRT cable (CRT cable enclosed with CRT)
• Wind cable shield material around the cable, and pull out the grounding braided wire of the
cable shield material by the length shown below.
• The cable length must be within 1.5m.
GOT side
Ferrite Core (ZCAT3035-1330)
CRT side
Cable shield material
Within 100
(3.94)
Grounding braided wire (50mm(1.97inch))
Unit : mm (inch)
(3) Grounding the cable
Ground the cable and grounding wire to the control panel where the GOT and base unit are
grounded.
(a) GOT with conductive metal case
Grounding to the panel with the cable
clamps
For bus connection cable (For A8GT-C100/C200/
300EXSS, A8GT-C100/200/300BS), ground the braided
shield and grounding wire on to the panel with the cable
clamp (AD75CK).
For RS-232C cable, CC-Link dedicated cable and shielded
twisted pair cable, ground the braided shield onto the panel
with the cable clamp(AD75CK) panel.
For RS-422 cable and printer cable ground the grounding
braided wire on to the panel with a screw.
Cable clamps
(b) GOT with non-conductive mold (resin) case
Grounding to the panel with the cable
clamps
For the A8GT-C100/200/300EXSS or A8GT-C100/200/
300BS bus connection cable, ground the braided shield
onto the panel with the cable clamp (AD75CK).
Ground the grounding wire to the FG terminal, which is
situated on the GOT power supply section.
For RS-232C cable, CC-Link dedicated cable and shield
twisted pair cable, ground the braided shield onto the panel
with the cable clamp (AD75CK).
Cable clamps
For other bus cable, RS-422 cable and printer cable ground
the grounding braided wire to the panel with a screw.
GOT FG terminal
FG wire
Bus connection cable
6 - 22
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.4 Precautions on wiring the part which matches the EMC Directives
1
Human sensor (specific to A985GOT (-V))
(2) Detection range
The performance of the human sensor is shown below.
Item
Detection length [m] (inch)
Detection
Up/down
range
Left/right
Description
Conditions
1 (39.37)
1. The temperature difference from
80
the background must be 3±1
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
(1) Features of the human sensor.
The human sensor mounted in the A985GOT, can detect operators in the sensor detection area
and turn the backlight ON and OFF automatically.
Refer to the GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual (Extended·Option Functions Manual) for details
on setting the human sensor.
OVERVIEW
6.1.5
3
or more.
80
2. The movement speed is 0.3 to
0 to 4
PERFORMANCE
Detection delay time [sec.]
2.0m/s.
* Note that the human sensor may react even under conditions other than above.
The details of the detection range are as shown below.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
80 °each in up/down,
left/right directions
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
A985GOT(-V)
1m
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
(3) Cautions when using human sensor
* If there is a transparent material such as glass or acrylic in the sensor detection area, the human
sensor cannot detect a human through it.
* The human sensor may not function correctly in places where sudden temperature changes occur
such as near the blow-off port of air conditioners.
* The human sensor may not function correctly in places where the sensor section is subject to
direct sun rays.
HANDLING
6
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.5 Human sensor (specific to A985GOT (-V))
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6.1.6
Video input function (specific to A985GOT-V)
By mounting a video/RGB hybrid interface unit (A9GT-80V4R1) or video input interface unit (A9GT-80V4) to
the A985GOT-V, images taken by video cameras can be displayed on the video window of the A985GOT-V.
It is possible to use the A985GOT-V as a vision sensor monitor.
For details of the video window, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Works Version /GT Designer Version Reference Manual
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
For details of the system configuration, refer to the following manual.
• GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System Manual)
Image data
A9GT-80V4R1
A9GT-80V4
Video camera
A985GOT-V
Video camera
Camera power pack
Vision sensor (AS50VS or other)
The camera power pack may be necessary depending on the vision sensor used.
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6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.6 Video input function (specific to A985GOT-V)
By mounting a video/RGB hybrid interface unit (A9GT-80V4R1) or RGB input interface unit (A9GT-80R1) to
the A985GOT-V, a personal computer display can be shown on the GOT as an RGB screen.
Also, by using a RGB output type vision sensor, images taken with a video camera can be displayed on the
A985GOT-V.
For details of the RGB screen, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Works Version /GT Designer Version Reference Manual
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
For details of the system configuration, refer to the following manual.
• GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System Manual)
When connecting to a personal computer
OVERVIEW
1
RGB input function (specific to A985GOT-V)
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
6.1.7
A985GOT-V
PERFORMANCE
3
A9GT-80V4R1
A9GT-80R1
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
You cannot show the computer's display on the computer monitor and the A985GOT-V at the same time.
When using the RGB output type vision sensor and connecting to a video camera
RGB output type
vision sensor
6
HANDLING
A9GT-80V4R1
A9GT-80R1
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
A985GOT-V
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
6.1 GOT Main Unit
6.1.7 RGB input function (specific to A985GOT-V)
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6.2 Slot Cover
Use the slot cover to protect the communication board slot and memory board slot of the GOT.
6.2.1
Mounting and dismounting procedures
(1) Dismounting
Before mounting the communication board and memory board, the slot cover must be removed.
When using the communication unit, the slot cover need not be removed.
1) Loosen the mounting screws (2 pcs.) which secure the slot
cover.
2) Remove the slot cover.
Save the removed slot cover.
(2) Mounting
After loading the memory board, the slot removed must be mounted again.
1) Insert the convex portion of the slot cover into the concave
portion of the GOT.
2) Securely push the slot cover and tighten and fix the
mounting screws (2 pcs.) in the specified torque range.
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6.2 Slot Cover
6.2.1 Mounting and dismounting procedures
The protective sheet is used to protect the operation surface from scratches and contamination which may
take place when the touch keys of the GOT display section are operated.
Protective sheet types
2
Description
A9GT-80PSC
Transparent protective sheet for A985GOT(-V), MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
A9GT-70PSC
Transparent protective sheet for A975/970GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
A9GT-60PSC
Transparent protective sheet for A960GOT, MITSUBISHI logotype can be removed.
Mounting procedure
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
1) From the display section of the GOT, peel off the sheet applied before
shipment from the factory or the old protective sheet.
5
6
HANDLING
2) Peel off the release film of the new protective sheet and apply its
adhesive surface to the display section of the GOT. When applying
the protective sheet, exercise care not to make it loose and not to
make gaps on the adhesive surface.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6.3.2
3
PERFORMANCE
Type
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Choose any of the following types according to the GOT used.
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
6.3.1
OVERVIEW
1
6.3 Protective Sheet
6.3 Protective Sheet
6.3.1 Protective sheet types
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6.4 Memory Board
The memory board is used to store the optional function OS program (ladder monitoring function, recipe
function, speech output function, etc.) and to increase the built-in memory capacity.
6.4.1
Memory board types
The following memory board types are available.
Type
Description
A9GT-QFNB
Exclusively used for optional function OS storage
A9GT-QFNB4M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 4M bytes
A9GT-QFNB8M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 8M bytes
A9GT-FNB
Exclusively used for optional function OS storage
A9GT-FNB1M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 1M bytes
A9GT-FNB2M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 2M bytes
A9GT-FNB4M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 4M bytes
A9GT-FNB8M
For optional function OS storage + built-in memory extension, 8M bytes
6.4.2
MELSEC-Q/QnA/A/FX Ladder
monitor-compatible
MELSEC-A/FX Ladder monitorcompatible
Mounting procedure
1) Refer to [Section 6.2] and remove the slot cover.
2) Load the memory board into the memory board loading slot.
3) Tighten and fix the memory board mounting screws in the specified
torque range.
the memory board mounting screws
4) Refer to [Section 6.2] and install the slot cover.
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6.4 Memory Board
6.4.1 Memory board types
1
• When the memory board is used, the following ROM_BIOS version is required.
Hardware Version
ROM_BIOS version of GOT
GT Works2
GT Works
GT Designer2
GT Designer
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E
A
version A or later
Version H or later
2
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK
version J or later
A9GT-QFNB
(March, 2002)*1
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E
Version B or later
version A or later
Version M or later
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE
version A or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E
A9GT-QFNB8M
A
Version J or later
A9GT-FNB
A
Version A or later
A
Version A or later
Version B or later
(June, 2002)*1
A
Version B or later
(June,
2002)*1
A
Version B or later
(February,2002)*1
A9GT-FNB8M
A
version A or later
4
Version M or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E
Version A or later
version A or later
SW3D5C-GOTRE-PACK
Version M or later
version A or later
Version A or later
5
Version M or later
Version J or later
*1 The A9GT-QFNB or A9GT-FNB1M/2M/4M of hardware version B cannot be used with the ROM_BIOS of version L
or earlier.
When using it, install the ROM_BIOS of version M or later.
6
HANDLING
A9GT-FNB4M
SW1D5C-GTD2-E
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
A9GT-FNB2M
version J or later
version A or later
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
A9GT-FNB1M
3
version A or later
Version H or later
PERFORMANCE
A
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
A9GT-QFNB4M
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Type
OVERVIEW
Software including ROM_BIOS
6.4 Memory Board
6.4.2 Mounting procedure
6 - 29
(1) Mounting screws
• Be sure to tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range.
Otherwise, the following message may appear.
When the following message appears, tighten the mounting screws in the
specified torque range again.
F-ROM abnormal
Message displayed on the GOT
(2) Memory board
• The memory board hardware version is shown on the rating plate of the
product.
Hardware version
• If a memory board of hardware version B or later is mounted in a GOT installed
with ROM_BIOS version L or earlier, the above message will appear and the
GOT will stop.
If the above message appears, upgrade the ROM_BIOS version by reference
to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Works Version /GT Designer Version
Manual
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version
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6.4 Memory Board
6.4.2 Mounting procedure
Operating Manual
Reference
PC card types
3
Compatible PC cards are shown below.
PERFORMANCE
Remark
Commercially available SRAM type PC card (based on JEIDA Ver4.2 (based on
PCMCIA2.1))
—
Commercially available flash PC card (based on Compact flashTM*1)
*2
(*1 Compact flashTM is a trademark of Sun Disk)
*3
A9GTMEM-10MF
Memory 16 M bytes (hardware version D or later), flash PC card formatted
*4
A9GTMEM-20MF
Memory 32 M bytes (hardware version D or later), flash PC card formatted
*6
A9GTMEM-40MF
Memory 128 M bytes (hardware version P or later), flash PC card formatted
4
*4 *5
*6
*2: When using the compact flash PC card in the GOT, you need to fit a conversion adapter (compact flash
Type
II conversion adapter) to the compact flash PC card.
*3 The commercially available flash PC card can be used only when the following conditions are satisfied. (A985
GOT-TBA-EU is incompatible with commercially available flash PC cards. A985GOT-V is compatible with commercially available flash PC cards, irrespective of the following conditions.)
Condition 1: Any of the following GOTs is used.
A985GOT-TBA,
A985GOT-TBD,
A975GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU), A975GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU), A970GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-SBA(-EU),
A970GOT-SBD,
A970GOT-LBA(-EU),
A970GOT-LBD,
A960GOT-EBA(-EU),
A960GOT-EBD
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Type name
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
6.5.1
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Use PC cards for transferring OS and monitor screen data, and storing data with object functions such as
alarm history function and recipe function.
For details of the OS and monitor screen data transmission, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer: GT Works Version /GT Designer Version Reference Manual
• For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version Operating Manual
For details of the alarm history function and recipe function, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer: GT Designer help function
• For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
OVERVIEW
1
6.5 PC Card
6
HANDLING
Condition 2: The function version of the GOT used is version A or later.
Confirm the GOT function version on the rating plate at the rear of the GOT.
IN 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
POWER MAX 115VA DATE 0406 WX
C
7
Function version
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
MODEL A970GOT-TBA-B
B
The commercially available flash PC card
cannot be used with the relevant models
that do not include a function version.
US LISTED 80M1 IND.CONT.EQ.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
BD992C189H02
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
BACKLIGHT A9GT-70LTTBW
6.5 PC Card
6.5.1 PC card types
6 - 31
*4 The flash PC card (A9GTMEM-10MF/20MF/40MF (Hardware version N or earlier)) can be used only when the following conditions are satisfied. (A985GOT-TBA-EU can work as a flash PC card, although incompliant with the
EMC Directive.)
Condition 1: Use the following GOT.
Hardware version A or later of
A985GOT-TBA(-V)(-EU), A985GOT-TBD(-V),
A975GOT-TBA-B,
A975GOT-TBD-B,
A975GOT-TBA-EU
A970GOT-TBA-B,
A970GOT-TBD-B,
A970GOT-TBA-EU,
A970GOT-LBD,
A960GOT-EBA-EU
A970GOT-SBA-EU,
A970GOT-LBA(-EU),
Hardware version E or later of
A975GOT-TBA, A975GOT-TBD, A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT-TBD,
A970GOT-SBA, A970GOT-SBD, A960GOT-EBA, A960GOT-EBD
Condition 2: The ROM_BIOS version F or later of the GOT to be used.
*5 The flash PC card (A9GTMEM-40MF (Hardware version P or later)) can be used only when the following conditions
are satisfied. (A985 GOT-TBA-EU is incompatible with A9GTMEM-40MF (Hardware version P or later). A985GOTV is compatible with A9GTMEM-40MF (Hardware version P or later), irrespective of the following conditions.)
Condition 1: Any of the following GOTs is used.
A985GOT-TBA,
A985GOT-TBD,
A975GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU),
A975GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-TBA(-B)(-EU),
A970GOT-TBD(-B),
A970GOT-SBA(-EU),
A970GOT-SBD,
A970GOT-LBA(-EU),
A970GOT-LBD,
A960GOT-EBA(-EU),
A960GOT-EBD
Condition 2: The function version of the GOT used is version A or later.
Confirm the GOT function version on the rating plate at the rear of the GOT.
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
MODEL A970GOT-TBA-B
B
IN 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
POWER MAX 115VA DATE 0406 WX
C
Function version
The commercially available flash PC card
cannot be used with the relevant models
that do not include a function version.
US LISTED 80M1 IND.CONT.EQ.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
BD992C189H02
BACKLIGHT A9GT-70LTTBW
*6 Memory capacity differs according to the hardware versions of flash PC card.
It can be checked on the rated plate of flash card.
For PC cards other than above, refer to the relevant document "List of valid devices
applicable for GOT900 series" (Technical bulletin T10-0028).
Please contact your local Mitsubishi representative for the document, if necessary.
The GOT may not operate correctly if a PC card other than described in the document
is used.
The document can be referred to from Mitsubishi Electric FA Network Service On
World Wide, MELFANSweb homepage (http://www.nagoya.melco.co.jp/english/)
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6.5 PC Card
6.5.1 PC card types
The battery low checking methods are given below.
1) Using the self-diagnostic function
When a battery low occurs, the corresponding message appears on the self-diagnostic screen.
For the details, refer to the GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual (Extended·Option Functions
Manual).
2) Using the alarm list display (system alarm) function
When a battery low occurs, the error warning message and battery low error code appear on the
monitor screen.
For the details, refer to the following Manual.
For GT Designer: GT Designer help function
For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version
Reference Manual
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
(1) How to check for battery low
The GOT checks for a battery low of the memory card loaded. (Only when the memory card access
switch is ON)
3
PERFORMANCE
This section provides a battery replacement method when the PC card used is the SRAM type.
OVERVIEW
1
Battery replacement timing and method
4
(2) Battery life
For the PC card backup time, refer to the instruction manual attached to the memory card used.
(3) Battery replacement
For the PC card battery replacement method, refer to the instruction manual attached to the
memory card used.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
6.5.2
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
This section does not apply to the flash PC card as it has no battery.
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.5 PC Card
6.5.2 Battery replacement timing and method
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6.5.3
Loading and unloading procedures
Before loading/unloading a PC card while power is on, use the following procedure to enable loading/unloading of the PC card.
(1) Mounting
OFF
1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF" and make
sure that the memory card LED goes off.
When the memory card LED goes off, the PC card can be loaded/
unloaded while power is on.
ON
PC card top face
2) When loading the PC card into the GOT, insert and load it into the
memory card interface with its top face up.
(2) Dismounting
OFF
1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF" and make
sure that the memory card LED goes off.
When the PC card LED goes off, the memory card can be loaded/
unloaded while power is on.
ON
2) Remove the PC card after fully pushing the memory card ejection
button of the GOT to eject the PC card.
Push
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6.5 PC Card
6.5.3 Loading and unloading procedures
The following hardware versions have been improved so that less space is necessary for inserting/removing
a memory card.
You can now open a cover of the memory card interface section to insert/remove it.
A975GOT-TBA(-B)
A975GOT
A975GOT-TBD(-B)
A975GOT-TBA-EU
OVERVIEW
Hardware version
Version L (June, 2001) or later
Version E (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-TBA(-B)
2
A970GOT-TBD(-B)
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Version L (June, 2001) or later
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A970GOT-TBA-EU
Version E (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-SBA-EU
Version S (July, 2003) or later
A970GOT-LBA-EU
Version L (July, 2003) or later
A960GOT-EBA
A960GOT
3
Version H (June, 2001) or later
A960GOT-EBD
A960GOT-EBA-EU
Version V (August, 2002) or later
(1) Mounting
OFF
ON
1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF" and make
sure that the memory card LED goes off.
When the PC card LED goes off, the memory card can be loaded/
unloaded while power is on.
2) Open the memory card interface cover.
3) Insert the PC card into the memory card interface with the PC card
facing up.
4
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
(Place a PC card on the memory card interface section of the GOT, and slide
it in place.)
PERFORMANCE
Type
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Item
1
6
2) Open the memory card interface cover.
3) Remove the PC card after fully pushing the memory card ejection
button of the GOT to eject the PC card.
The PC card may pop out when it is being removed, depending on the
type of the PC card used. Be sure to support the card with your hand
when removing it.
* You cannot open the cover of the memory card interface section when a communication unit is mounted on the GOT.
6.5 PC Card
6.5.3 Loading and unloading procedures
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7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
ON
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
OFF
1) Set the memory card access switch of the GOT to "OFF" and make
sure that the memory card LED goes off.
When the PC card LED goes off, the memory card can be loaded/
unloaded while power is on.
HANDLING
(2) Dismounting
6.6 Communication Board
The communication board is used to make the GOT interface compatible with the system to be connected to.
For the details of the connection form, refer to the GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System
Manual).
6.6.1
Connection board types
The following connection board types are available.
Type
Description
A9GT-QBUSS
For bus connection, small connector type (For QCPU (Q mode))
A9GT-QBUS2S
For multidrop bus connection, small connector type (For QCPU (Q mode))
A9GT-BUSS
For bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A9GT-BUS2S
For multidrop bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A9GT-RS4
A9GT-RS2
A9GT-RS2T
6.6.2
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and
RS-422 connection (Without clock function)
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and
RS-232C connection (Without clock function)
For Direct connection to CPU/Computer link connection/Microcomputer connection and
RS-232C connection (Incorporating clock function)
Mounting procedure
1) Refer to [Section 6.2] and remove the slot cover.
2) Insert the convex portion of the communication board into the
concave portion of the GOT.
3) Securely press the communication board against the GOT.
4) Tighten and fix the mounting screws (M3 10: 1 pcs., M3 6: 1 pcs.)
included with the communication board in the specified torque range.
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6.6 Communication Board
6.6.1 Connection board types
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
When A9GT-RS2, A9GT-RS2T, A9GT-RS4, A9GT-QBUSS, or A9GT-QBUS2S is
used, the mounting fixture of the GOT interferes with the connector due to the shape
of the communication cable connector.
Please substitute for the mounting fixture included in this product and use the
mounting fixture as shown in diagram below.
OVERVIEW
1
Back side of GOT main unit
Communication board
Communication
cable connector
3
PERFORMANCE
This part
• When the communication board is used, the following software package is
required.
Compatible software package
GT Works
GT Designer2
GT Designer
4
A9GT-QBUSS
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
A9GT-QBUS2S
SW3D5C-GOTRE-PACK version C or later
A9GT-BUSS
A9GT-BUS2S
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version A or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
A9GT-RS4
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK version A or later
A9GT-RS2
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK version J or later
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
A9GT-RS2T
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
GT Works2
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Type
6.6 Communication Board
6.6.2 Mounting procedure
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6.7 Communication Unit
The communication unit is used to make the GOT interface compatible with the system to be connected to.
For the details of the connection form, refer to the GOT-A900 Series User's Manual (Connection System Manual).
6.7.1
Connection unit types
The following connection unit types are available.
Type
Description
A9GT-BUSSU
For bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A9GT-BUS2SU
For multidrop bus connection, small connector type (For A/QnA/Motion controller CPU)
A7GT-J71AP23
For MELSECNET(II) optical link connection, for use as local station
A7GT-J71AR23
For MELSECNET(II) coaxial link connection, for use as local station
A7GT-J71AT23B
For MELSECNET/B connection, for use as local station
A9GT-QJ71LP23
For MELSECNET/10 optical loop network connection, for use as normal station*1
A9GT-QJ71BR13
For MELSECNET/10 coaxial bus network connection, for use as normal station*1
A7GT-J71LP23
For MELSECNET/10 optical loop network connection, for use as ordinary station*1
A7GT-J71BR13
For MELSECNET/10 coaxial bus network connection, for use as ordinary station*1
A8GT-J61BT13
For CC-Link connection, for use as intelligent device station
A8GT-J61BT15
For CC-Link connection, for use as remote device station
A9GT-J71E71-T
For Ethernet connection
*1 When using the A9GT-QJ71LP23 or A9GT-QJ71BR13, the device range (QCPU, QnACPU, ACPU) that can be
monitored varies with the communication driver installed in the GOT. When using the A7GT-QJ71LP23 or A7GTQJ71BR13, only the AnA device range can be monitored. For details, refer to GOT-A900 series User’s Manual
(Connection System Manual).
6.7.2
Mounting procedure
1) Fit the communication unit securing fixtures in the GOT.
2) Mount the communication unit on the GOT interface.
3) Tighten and fix the mounting screws (3 pcs.) of the communication
unit in the specified torque range.
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6.7 Communication Unit
6.7.1 Connection unit types
1
• When the communication unit is used, the following software package is required.
Type
GT Works2
GT Works
GT Designer2
GT Designer
OVERVIEW
Compatible software package
A9GT-BUSSU
A9GT-BUS2SU
A7GT-J71AP23
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version A or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK version A or later
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
A7GT-J71AR23
A7GT-J71AT23B
A9GT-QJ71LP23
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version K or later
A9GT-QJ71BR13
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version K or later
---
A7GT-J71LP23
A7GT-J71BR13
3
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version A or later
A8GT-J61BT15
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK version A or later
PERFORMANCE
A8GT-J61BT13
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version P or later
A9GT-J71E71-T
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE version P or later
4
* When using the A9GT-J71E71-T of hardware version E or later, select the package of version 26C or later.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
(Version P to Y is not applicable.)
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.7 Communication Unit
6.7.2 Mounting procedure
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6.8 Printer
The printer is used to print the data and others of the alarm history and hard copy functions.
For details of the function, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Designer help function
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
6.8.1
Printer types
The printers having the following specifications (standard) have been concluded by Mitsubishi to be applicable for the GOT.
• ESC/P24-J84-compliant printer (ESC/P command-compatible, color-compatible)
• Hewlett Packard printers (PLC command compatible)
6.8.2
Connection procedure
1) Plug the GOT side connector of the printer cable to the printer
interface at the bottom of the GOT.
2) Connect the GOT and printer by the printer cable.
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6.8 Printer
6.8.1 Printer types
1
6.9 Speech Output Device
Speech output device type
A commercially available speaker compatible with the stereo mini-jack can be used as the speech output
device.
The compatible file format is the Windows WAV file format (8.000kHz, 16 bit-monaural) and speech output is
up to 8 seconds per file. (Speech output over 8 seconds is cut.)
3
Connection procedure
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
1) Insert and connect the stereo mini-jack of the commercially available
speaker into the speech output terminal of the GOT.
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6.9.2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
PERFORMANCE
6.9.1
OVERVIEW
The speech output device is used to output voices with the speech output function.
For details of the sound function, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Designer help function
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
6.9 Speech Output Device
6.9.1 Speech output device type
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6.10 Debug Stand
The debug stand is used to secure the GOT in a standing position so that the monitor screen data may be
debugged easily.
6.10.1 Debug stand types
The following debug stand types are available.
Type
Description
A9GT-80STAND
Debug stand for A985GOT(-V)
A9GT-70STAND
Debug stand for A975/970/960GOT
6.10.2 Mounting procedure
1) Set the debug stand so that the GOT mounting surface will face the
front.
For the A9GT-70STAND,the applicable mounting surface changes
with the GOT mounted.
(The figure on the left shows that the A975/970GOT is mounted)
A975/970GOT
mounting surface
Adjust at
45°, 55°, 65° or 75°.
Angle adjusting screw
A960GOT mounting surface
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6.10 Debug Stand
6.10.1 Debug stand types
2) Adjust the GOT mounting angle with the angle adjusting screw of
the debug stand.
3) Put the GOT into the front face of the debug stand and mount it on
the debug stand with the mounting fixtures of the GOT.
Refer to [Section 6.1.2] for the installation method using the
mounting fixtures of the GOT.
1
6.11 Bar Code Reader
OVERVIEW
The bar code reader is used to read and write data into the programmable controller CPU.
For details of the bar code function, refer to the following manual.
• For GT Designer : GT Designer help function
• For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
The following bar code readers have been concluded by Mitsubishi to be applicable for the GOT:
For bar code readers other than above, refer to the relevant document "List of valid devices applicable for
GOT900 series"(Technical bulletin T10-0028).
Please contact your local Mitsubishi representative for the document, if necessary.
The GOT may not operate correctly if a bar code reader other than described in the document is used.
The document can be referred to from Mitsubishi Electric FA Network Service On World Wide, MELFANSweb homepage (http://www.nagoya.melco.co.jp/english/)
6.11.2 Connecting procedure
3
PERFORMANCE
6.11.1 Bar code reader types
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
1) To the RS-232C interface that is provided on the lower part of the
GOT, choose and connect one from the following: the connector for
the bar code reader; the connector for the power supply module; and
the connector on the GOT for the RS-232C cable. (The connecting
method differs depending on the bar code reader used.)
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
6
HANDLING
• Please note that the bar code reader cannot be used if the GOT is connected to the MELSECNET/B or
MELSECNET II.
• The power supply (5V DC) needs to be supplied from an AC-DC adapter or a corresponding power supply
module to the bar code reader.
• The RS-232C cable needs to be prepared by the user.
For details of preparations of the cable, please refer to the List of valid devices applicable for GOT900
series. (T10-0028)
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.11 Bar Code Reader
6.11.1 Bar code reader types
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6.12 External I/O Interface unit
The external I/O Interface unit is connected with the ten-key panel (A8GT-TK) or keyboard to receive up to 8/
64 points of inputs or provide up to 16 points of outputs.
6.12.1 External I/O Interface unit type
The following external I/O Interface unit is available.
Type
Description
A9GT-70KBF
External I/O Interface unit
6.12.2 Mounting procedure
1) Mount the external I/O Interface unit on the option Interface unit
interface.
GOT
A9GT-70KBF
GOT
2) Tighten and fix the mounting screws (2 pcs.) of the external I/O
Interface unit in the specified torque range.
• When the external I/O Interface unit is used, the following software package is required.
Compatible software package
Type
A9GT-70KBF
GT Works2
GT Works
GT Designer2
GT Designer
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version A or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version A or later
SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK version C or later
• For details of the external I/O function, refer to the [A9GT-70KBF External I/O Module User’s manual].
• For details of the operation panel function, refer to the following manual.
For GT Designer: GT Designer help function
For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
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6.12 External I/O Interface unit
6.12.1 External I/O Interface unit type
6.13 CRT Display, TFT Display (specific to A985GOT)
OVERVIEW
The CRT and TFT displays are connected with the A985GOT to show the monitor screen in any size.
6.13.1 CRT Display, TFT Display types
2
CRT display
RDF19X
RD19NF
RDT150S
TFT display
RDT180S
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
15inch 1280
1024
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
17inch 1280
1024
3
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
19inch 1600
1200
PERFORMANCE
RD17MX
Description
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
19inch 1600
1200
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
15inch 1024
768
4
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION,
18.1inch 1280
1024
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
RD15M II
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
The following products of CRT and TFT displays are available.
Type
1
6.13.2 Connecting procedure
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
1) Plug the GOT side connector of the CRT cable into the SVGA
interface at the GOT bottom.
• The CRT cable may be fabricated by the user. Refer to the [3.2.1] for more information on the fabrication
method.
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
6.13 CRT Display, TFT Display (specific to A985GOT)
6.13.1 CRT Display, TFT Display types
6 - 45
6.14 Attachment
The attachment is used to upgrade from the A77GOT, GOT800 Series to the GOT-A900 Series.
Use of the attachment eliminates the necessity of additional machining to the installation hole in the control
panel of the A77GOT, GOT800 Series.
6.14.1 Attachment types
The following Attachment types are available.
Type
Model in use
A77GT-96ATT
A87GT-96ATT
A87GT-97ATT
A77GOT-L, A77GOT-L-S3, A77GOT-L-S5,
A77GOT-CL, A77GOT-CL-S3, A77GOT-CL-S5
A77GOT-EL, A77GOT-EL-S3, A77GOT-EL-S5,
A870GOT-EWS, A8GT-70GOT-EW, A8GT-70GOT-EB
A870GOT-SWS, A8GT-70GOT-SW, A8GT-70GOT-SB,
A870GOT-TWS, A8GT-70GOT-TW, A8GT-70GOT-TB
Applicable model
A960GOT
A960GOT
A975/970GOT
6.14.2 Mounting procedure
1) Peel off the two-sided tape from the rear surface of the attachment.
Installation panel
2) Install the attachment securely taking care so that it is positioned
correctly in the installation panel mounting hole.
If the installation panel is dirty, the attachment may fall, causing injury.
Make sure to clean the installation panel by wiping it off before
installation of the attachment.
Attachment
Installation panel
3) Put the GOT in the attachment, and secure it within the specified
torque using the mounting screws included with the GOT.
GOT
• The attachment is applicable for the installation panel with the plate thickness of 1.2 (0.05) to 3 mm (0.12
in).
When the plate thickness exceeds 3 mm (0.12 in), the attachment is inapplicable for the GOT.
• When the attachment is used to replace the GOT, the GOT does not meet the requirements specified in
the standards for water and dust resistance IP65f, IP67f and NEMA4.
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6.14 Attachment
6.14.1 Attachment types
1
OVERVIEW
6.15 Video/RGB Input Interface Unit (specific to
A985GOT-V)
• Video/RGB hybrid interface unit
The images taken by video cameras and the PC display can be displayed on the A985GOT-V.
• Video input interface unit
The images taken by video cameras can be displayed on the A985GOT-V.
• RGB input interface unit
The PC display can be displayed on the A985GOT-V.
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
6.15.1 Video/RGB input interface unit types
3
The following Video/RGB interface units are available.
A9GT-80V4R1
Video/RGB hybrid interface module unit
A9GT-80V4
Video input interface module unit
A9GT-80R1
RGB input interface module unit
PERFORMANCE
Description
4
6.15.2 Mounting procedure
1) Mount Video/RGB hybrid interface unit or the video/RGB interface unit
on the option unit interface.
GOT
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Type
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
A9GT-80V4R1
A9GT-80V4
A9GT-80R1
HANDLING
2) Tighten and fix the mounting screws (2 pcs.) of Video/RGB hybrid
interface unit or the video/RGB input interface unit in the specified
torque range.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
GOT
6
6.15 Video/RGB Input Interface Unit (specific to A985GOT-V)
6.15.1 Video/RGB input interface unit types
6 - 47
• When the Video/RGB input interface unit is used, the following software package is required.
Compatible software package
Type
GT Works2
GT Works
GT Designer2
GT Designer
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version 26C or later
A9GT-80V4R1
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE version 26C or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version F or later
A9GT-80V4
Hardware version E or earlier
A9GT-80R1
SW1D5C-GTWK2-E version A or later
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE version F or later
SW1D5C-GTD2-E version A or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version J or later
(December, 2004)
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE version J or later
Hardware version F or later
SW5D5C-GTWORKS-E version 26C or later
(April, 2005)
SW5D5C-GOTR-PACKE version 26C or later
• For details of the video input function and RGB input function, refer to the following manual.
For GT Designer : GT Works Version /GT Designer Version Reference Manual
For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
• When using the A9GT-80V4R1 with the A985GOT-TBA-V, use the A985GOT-TBA-V of hardware version
L (January, 2002) or later.
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6.15 Video/RGB Input Interface Unit (specific to A985GOT-V)
6.15.2 Mounting procedure
CAUTION
Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Doing so can cause a failure, malfunction, injury or fire.
Do not touch the conductive and electronic parts of the unit directly.
Doing so can cause a unit malfunction or failure.
The cables connected to the unit must be run in ducts or clamped.
Not doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged due to the dangling,
motion or accidental pulling of the cables or can cause a malfunction due to a cable
connection fault.
When unplugging the cable connected to the unit, do not hold and pull the cable
portion.
Doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged or can cause a malfunction
due to a cable connection fault.
When disposing of the product, handle it as industrial waste.
While changing the backlight, do not touch the circuit boards and electronic parts of
the GOT.
Doing so can cause a failure or malfunction.
When replacing the backlight, use the gloves.
Otherwise, it may cause you to be injured.
If you should directly touch the plated area of the main unit case with hand, be sure
to wipe off the fingerprint and so on, and install the main unit case.
Otherwise, it may cause a trouble or malfunction.
Start changing the backlight more than 5 minutes after switching the GOT power
off.
Not doing so can cause a burn due to the heat of the backlight.
7.1 Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection
7-1
OVERVIEW
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
When power is on, do not touch the terminals.
Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction.
Before starting cleaning or terminal screw retightening, always switch off the power
externally in all phases.
Not switching the power off in all phases can cause a unit failure or malfunction.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of the
screws or unit.
Before changing the backlight, always switch off the GOT power externally in all
phases (when the GOT is connected to the bus, the PLC CPU power must also be
switched off externally in all phases) and remove the GOT from the control panel.
Not switching the power off in all phases may cause an electric shock.
Not removing the unit from the control panel can cause injury due to a drop.
3
PERFORMANCE
DANGER
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
The following instructions should be observed for maintenance and inspection.
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
7.1 Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection
2
6
HANDLING
This chapter explains the items which should be performed daily or periodically to use the GOT to its optimum.
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
7
1
7.2 Daily Inspection
Daily inspection items are as follows.
Number
Inspection Item
Inspection Method
Criterion
Action
Check for loose mounting
1
Unit mounting status
screws and disconnected
Securely mounted
Retighten screws
Not loose
Retighten terminal screws
Visual check
Proper intervals
Correct
Visual check
Not loose
cover
Loose
terminal
screws
2
Connection status
Retighten screws with
screwdriver
Proximate
solderless
terminals
Loose
connectors
Retighten connector fixing
screws
7.3 Periodic Inspection
Inspection items to be checked once or twice in six months or one year are as follows.
The following inspection should also be performed when equipment has been moved or modified or the wiring changed.
Number
Inspection Item
Inspection Method
Ambient
temperature
1
Surrounding
environment
Ambient
humidity
Make measurement with
Criterion
Display section
0 to 40
Other portions
0 to 55
thermometer or hygrometer
Measure corrosive gas
Atmosphere
Action
For use in control panel,
temperature inside control
10 to 90%RH
panel is ambient temperature
No corrosive gas
100 to 240VAC
Measure voltage across
2
Power supply voltage check
85AC to 242V
terminals.
Change supply power
24VDC
Measure voltage across
15.6DC to 31.2V
terminals
Looseness
3
Mounting status
Dirt, foreign
matter
Loose
terminal
screws
4
Connection status
Move module
Should be mounted firmly
Retighten screws
Visual check
No dirt, foreign matter sticking
Remove, clean
Not loose
Retighten terminal screws
Visual check
Proper intervals
Correct
Visual check
Not loose
Retighten screws with
screwdriver
Proximate
solderless
terminals
Loose
connectors
7-2
7.2 Daily Inspection
Retighten connector fixing
screws
(1) Backlight applicable for A985GOT(-V)
A985GOT-TBA
A985GOT-TBD
A985GOT-TBA-EU
3
Life span
Function version B (June, 2004) or later
A9GT-80LTTA
50,000h
Function version None
A9GT-80LTTA, A9GT-80LTT
40,000h
Function version B (June, 2004) or later
A9GT-80LTTA
50,000h
Function version None
A9GT-80LTTA, A9GT-80LTT
40,000h
Function version B (June, 2004) or later
A9GT-80LTTA
50,000h
Function version A (June, 2004) or earlier
A9GT-80LTTA, A9GT-80LTT
40,000h
Function version B (June, 2004) or later
A9GT-80LTTA
50,000h
Function version A (June, 2004) or earlier
A9GT-80LTTA, A9GT-80LTT
40,000h
No restrictions on version
A9GT-80LTT
40,000h
PERFORMANCE
A985GOT-TBD-V
Available backlight
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
A985GOT-TBA-V
Version
(2) Backlight applicable for A975GOT
A975GOT-TBA-B
Hardware version D (December, 1998) or later
A9GT-70LTTB
Hardware version C (December, 1998) or earlier
A9GT-70LTT
Hardware version B (December, 1998) or later
A9GT-70LTTB
Hardware version A
A9GT-70LTT
Function version B (January, 2004) or later
A9GT-70LTTBW
43,000h
A9GT-70LTTB
40,000h
A9GT-70LTTBW
43,000h
A9GT-70LTTB
40,000h
Function version A (October, 2000)
Function version None
Function version B (January, 2004) or later
A975GOT-TBD-B
40,000h
6
Function version A (October, 2000)
Function version None
A975GOT-TBA-EU
5
Life span
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
A975GOT-TBD
Available backlight *
7
No restrictions on version
* The above backlights are not interchangeable with each other. Therefore, select the backlight applicable for the
GOT.
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
A975GOT-TBA
Version
HANDLING
Model
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Model
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
The GOT uses a backlight for the liquid crystal of the display section.
The luminance of the back light lowers as it is used.
Change the backlight if the screen of the display section has become difficult to look at due to the reduced
luminance of the backlight. (The screen save and back light OFF functions of the GOT are used to prolong
the service life of the back light. For details, refer to the GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual
(Extended·Option Functions Manual).)
The replacement backlight changes with the GOT type.
The backlights that may be used with the GOTs are as follows.
OVERVIEW
1
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7-3
(3) Backlight applicable for A970GOT
Model
A970GOT-TBA
A970GOT-TBD
A970GOT-TBA-B
Version
Available backlight *
Hardware version D (December, 1998) or later
A9GT-70LTTB
Hardware version C (December, 1998) or earlier
A9GT-70LTT
Hardware version B (December, 1998) or later
A9GT-70LTTB
40,000h
Hardware version A
A9GT-70LTT
Function version B (January, 2004) or later
A9GT-70LTTBW
43,000h
A9GT-70LTTB
40,000h
A9GT-70LTTBW
43,000h
A9GT-70LTTB
40,000h
A9GT-70LTS
40,000h
Function version A (October, 2000)
Function version None
Function version B (January, 2004) or later
A970GOT-TBD-B
Life span
Function version A (October, 2000)
Function version None
A970GOT-TBA-EU
A970GOT-SBA
A970GOT-SBD
A970GOT-SBA-EU
No restrictions on version
A970GOT-LBA
A970GOT-LBD
A975GOT-LBA-EU
* The above backlights are not interchangeable with each other. Therefore, select the backlight applicable for the
GOT.
• The GOT hardware version, function version and applicable backlight model can
be checked from the rating plate, which is situated on the backside of the GOT.
<Example> A970GOT-TBA-B
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
MODEL A970GOT-TBA-B
B
Function version
IN 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
POWER MAX 115VA DATE 0401 AW
0401 AW
C
Hardware version
Production date
US LISTED 80M1 IND.CONT.EQ.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
BD992C189H02
Certified standard marks
BACKLIGHT A9GT-70LTTBW
Applicable backlight model
Rating plate
• The A9GT-80LTTA/A9GT-70LTTBW backlight has the product model on it as
shown below. Therefore, the model number can be checked easily from the top of
the backlight.
Backlight model
Backlight
7-4
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
1
How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
The backlight changing method changes depending on the hardware version of the GOT. Change the backlight after confirming the hardware version of the used GOT.
A985GOT(-V)
Changing method is irrelevant to the hardware version
A97 GOT-TBA(-B)
Version K (May, 2001) or earlier, Version R (May, 2002) or later
A97 GOT-TBD(-B)
Version K (May, 2001) or earlier, Version Q (May, 2002) or later
A97 GOT-TBA(-B)
Version L (June, 2001) to Version Q (April, 2002)
A97 GOT-TBD(-B)
Version L (June, 2001) to Version P (April, 2002)
A970GOT-SBA/LBA
Version K (May, 2001) or earlier, Version S (May, 2002) or later
A970GOT-SBD/LBD
Version K (May, 2001) or earlier, Version R (May, 2002) or later
A970GOT-SBA/LBA
Version L (June, 2001) to Version R (April, 2002)
A970GOT-SBA/LBD
Version L (June, 2001) to Version Q (April, 2002)
Changing Method
Reference Destination
(1)
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
Hardware Version
(2)
3
(1)
PERFORMANCE
Type
OVERVIEW
7.4.1
(2)
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
7-5
(1) Backlight replacement procedure 1
1) Turn the GOT's power off.
Remove the wire from the power supply
terminal and also remove the communications
cable.
2) After loosening the mounting fixtures of the
GOT, remove the GOT from the control panel.
3) Remove the fixing screws (4 pcs.) in the back
of the GOT with a screwdriver.
(When the GOT used is the A985GOT(-V),
remove 6 fixing screws.)
(A985GOT(-V) only)
4) After removing the fixing screws, hold down the
fixing catches (4 places at top, bottom, right
and left) and remove the display cover from the
GOT when the GOT used is the A975GOT/
A970GOT.
Remove the display cover when the GOT used
is the A985GOT(-V), as it has no fixing
catches.
At this time, remove the operator detect sensor
junction connector in the GOT bottom.
A975GOT/A970GOT
Bottom
A985GOT(-V)
Bottom
a
Hold down portion a
and pull out the connector
in the direction of b .
b
7-6
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
1
Push up the catch (black) that is
holding the backlight in the a direction
and then pull it out in the b direction.
Remove the backlight cable connecter
from the display section connector.
TFT-type
a
catch
b
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
6) Remove the backlight from the display section.
Remove two backlights at top and bottom of
the display section for the STN, or one at top
for the TFT.
3
7) Fit a new backlight in the reverse procedure of
removal.
To install the display section, please follow the
procedure reverse to that for removing. Please
make sure to install the display section
securely and apply a torque within the torque
range as specified to the fixing screws for the
GOT.
PERFORMANCE
b
2
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
catch
a
OVERVIEW
5) Set the GOT front up and unplug the cable
connector of the backlight from the connector
of the display section.
Remove the connectors in two places at top
and bottom of the display section for the STN,
or the connector in one place at top for the
TFT.
STN-type
Push up the catch (black)
that is holding the backlight
in the a direction and then
pull it out in the b direction.
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
Remove the backlight cable connecter
from the display section connector.
6
HANDLING
[Disposal Instructions]
CAUTION
To dispose of, please treat the back light as an industrial waste.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
7-7
(2) Backlight replacement procedure 2
The screws, which are to be removed during backlight replacement, are different in size according
to the mounting positions.
Be sure to store the screws by size after removing them.
2)
2)
1) Remove the connector cover for RS-232C
interface, printer interface or communication
unit, if it has been mounted to the GOT.
Also, remove the wires connecting cable,
various units or terminal block to the GOT, if the
wiring has been installed.
2) Unscrew four fixing screws on the GOT rear
side with a driver. (They cannot be completely
removed.)
(Tightening torque range: 36 to 48N cm)
GOT rear side
3) Remove the display cover from the GOT while
pressing four fixing tabs, which are situated on
top/bottom/right/left sides of the GOT.
GOT top side
A flat cable is attached under the fixing tab on
the top side of the GOT.
Take care not to apply excessive force on the
fixing tabs while pressing them with a driver or
similar device. Failure to observe this
instruction may damage them.
Be sure not to apply excessive pressure on the
GOT case, which is made of resin. Failure to
observe this instruction may also damage them.
GOT bottom side
GOT
left side
GOT
right side
5)
6)
5) Remove two screws from the rear side.
((M2.6 screw)10 to 13N cm)
GOT rear side
7-8
4) Put the GOT with the liquid crystal display side
down. Keep the liquid crystal display away from
scratch or dirt by laying a sheet on the work
table in advance.
6) Remove two screws from the rear side.
((M3 screw)18 to 24N cm)
Please note that the screws are different in size.
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
For A97 GOT-TB (-B):
Remove one connector on the top side.
For A970GOT-SB , A970GOT-LB :
Remove two connectors on the top and bottom
sides.
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
7) Put the GOT with the liquid crystal display side
up and then remove the cable connector for
backlight.
<For STN type>
OVERVIEW
1
PERFORMANCE
3
Remove the cable connector
for back light
8) Remove four screws (chassis mounting screw)
on the outmost side.
(Tightening torque range: 36 to 48N cm)
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
6)
6
HANDLING
9) Remove the liquid crystal display and circuit
board from the rear case by holding up the top
side.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
6)
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
4
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
7-9
10) Remove the backlights keeping the liquid
crystal display up.
Keep the liquid crystal display away from
scratch or dirt by laying a sheet on the work
table in advance.
<For STN type>
For A97 GOT-TB (-B) :
Remove one backlight on the top side.
For A970GOT-SB , A970GOT-LB :
Remove two backlights on the top and
bottom sides.
11) Mount new backlight(s) in the reverse order
to the removal procedures.
Then, mount the liquid crystal display,
circuit board and display cover in a reverse
a
b
Pull out the backlight in b
direction pressing the fixing
tab (black) in a direction
order as well.*1
Be sure to securely mount the liquid crystal
display, circuit board and display cover, and
tighten the fixing screws within the specified
torque range.
*1 Pay full attention to the followings while mounting the liquid crystal, circuit board and display cover.
Insert the GOT connectors and terminals into the corresponding holes on the rear case when mounting liquid
crystal and circuit board onto it.
Be sure to gently tighten the screws mentioned in 8) and 2), and then retighten them within the specified torque
range.
Insert the cable connectors for backlights completely, making sure that it is correctly mounted.
Attach the display cover taking care that the flat cable is not wedged between the GOT and display cover.
Remove the dust from the liquid crystal display or inside of the front panel.
[Disposal Instructions]
CAUTION
To dispose of, please treat the back light as an industrial waste.
7 - 10
7.4 Backlight for Liquid Crystal
7.4.1 How to change the backlight for liquid crystal
OVERVIEW
ERROR CODES AND ERROR
MESSAGES
8.1 Definition of the Error Codes and Messages
Displayed
Alarm No.
Displayed in the user-set position
Alarm message
Error code
Error message
Time of occurrence
Time when error occurred
(most recent)
0 to 199
(Value of D9008)
Reference
[User's Manual of ACPU where GOT is connected]
MNET/B, MNET(II)
200 to 299
[Data Link System Reference Manual of MNET(II), MNET/B] *1
GOT
300 to 499
[Section 8.2]
MNET/10
500 to 799
[Network System Reference Manual of MNET/10] *2
CC-Link
800 to 999
[CC-Link System Master · Local Module User's Manual] *3
QnACPU
1000 to 9999
(Value of SD0)
6
HANDLING
ACPU
Error Code
[User's Manual of QnACPU where GOT is connected]
*1 Take action with reference to the section explaining the link special relay of the (error code)+9000.
For example, when the error of error code (210) has occurred, 210 + 9000 = 9210 and refer to the explanation of
M9210 and take the corrective action.
*2 Take action with reference to the section explaining the link special relay of the (error code) -500.
For example, when the error of error code (510) has occurred, 510 - 500 = 10 and refer to the explanation of
SB000A and take the corrective action.
(Since the link special relay is in hexadecimal, replace a decimal by a hexadecimal.)
*3 Take action with reference to the section explaining the link special relay of the (error code)-800.
For example, when the error of error code (910) has occurred, 910-800=110 and refer to the explanation of SB006E
and take the corrective action.
(Since the link special relay is in hexadecimal, replace a decimal by a hexadecimal.)
*4 The FXCPU has error codes 100 to 109 and displays the states of M8060 to M8069 with the error codes.
For example, when the error of error code (100) has occurred, refer to the explanation of M8060 and take the corrective action.
8.1 Definition of the Error Codes and Messages Displayed
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Occurrence
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
5
(2) Error codes and manuals to refer to
Source of Error
4
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
(1) Display format on the monitor screen
3
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
This section describes the definition of the error codes and error messages displayed on the monitor screen
by the alarm list (system alarm) display function and the manuals to refer to.
2
PERFORMANCE
This chapter explains the error codes and error messages displayed by the alarm list (system alarm) display
function of the monitoring functions.
The error codes may also be confirmed in the error code storage area of the system information function.
For details of the alarm list (system alarm) function and system information function, refer to the following
manual.
• For GT Designer: GT Designer help function
• For GT Designer2: GT Designer2 Version Reference Manual
8-1
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
1
8.2 Error Code and Error Message List
(1) Error messages displayed before execution of monitoring
Error Message
Definition
Action
1.
Check communication line.
The cable, installed communication driver or com-
(Cable, driver, module)
munication board/communication unit is faulty.
Check for any disconnected cable or
improperly fitted communication board/
communication unit.
2.
Check memory data.
Unauthorized combination of OS program versions
installed.
(1) The memory board is not mounted correctly.
F-ROM abnormal
(2) The versions of the memory board and
Check the installed communication driver.
Confirm the versions of the OS programs installed.
(1) Check the memory board mounting status
and mounting screw tightening status.
(2) Check hardware version of the memory
board and version of the ROM_BIOS.
ROM_BIOS are not matched.
(Refer to 6.4.2 Mounting procedure.)
(2) Error codes and messages displayed during execution of monitoring
The error codes and messages detected by the GOT are indicated below.
Error
Error Message
Code
303
304
305
Too many monitor points
specified
Too many trigger points
specified
Too many print-out points
specified
Definition
Action
The number of objects set to the screen to be
displayed is too many to reserve the work area of
the system
Reduce the number of objects
The number of objects set to the screen for
print-out by the hard copy function is too many to
reserve the work area of the system
Screen data has not been downloaded to the
306
No monitor data
307
No monitor device setting
Object monitoring devices not determined
Determine object monitoring devices
Specified comment not found or
The comment number set for comment display
Create the comment file and download it to the
outside range
does not exist or the comment file does not exist
GOT
Device read error
Device data read caused an error
Correct device
(1) The specified base screen/window screen
(1) Specify the existing base screen/window
308
309
310
Specified monitor data not
found or outside range
built-in memory
does not exist in the project data.
(2) The specified base screen/window screen
is outside the permissible range.
311
More than 1024 alarms in alarm
history
The alarms in the history has exceeded the largest
number of points (1024 points) which the alarm
history display function can monitor
The collected time exceeded the upper limit when
312
The collected time has
exceeded upper limit
the following setting had been made for the
scattered chart.
"Store memory"
"Accumulate/Average"
315
316
320
8-2
Device write error
Data write to device caused an error
Operation result value cannot
The data operation result has exceeded the range
be displayed/entered
which can be represented by the device type
Specified part not found or
outside range
The part number set for part display does not exist.
8.2 Error Code and Error Message List
Download the screen data to the built-in memory
screen.
(2) Specify the existing base screen/window
screen.
Reduce the alarms in the alarm history
(Remove the history recovered)
1. Establish "Clear trigger" set for the scattered
chart.
2. Set "Operation at frequency over time" of the
scattered chart for "Initialize and continue".
Correct device
Reconsider the data operation formula so that the
operation result does exceeded the range which
can be represented by the device type
Confirm the part number specified for the part
display in the screen data
324
325
330
331
332
333
monitored
Confirm the monitor destination station number in
the screen data
The device number to be monitored is outside the
Set the monitored PLC CPU and parameters to set
permissible range of the corresponding PLC CPU
the device in the monitorable range
AD51H-dedicated device used
The AD51H-dedicated device was monitored in the
Incorporate the AD51H into the system or stop
without AD51H
system which does not use the AD51H
monitoring of the AD51H-dedicated device
Specified file register outside
range
Specified special module not
loaded
The specified special module is not loaded
module
The PC card does not have enough capacity
Check the capacity
PC card not loaded or memory
The PC card is not loaded or the memory card
1. Load the PC card
card access switch OFF
access switch is OFF
2. Turn ON the access switch
Format error
The PC card is not formatted
Format the PC card
The PC card is write-protected
Make the PC card write-enabled
PC card write-protected to
disable write
334
PC card fault
PC card failure
Change the PC card
335
PC card battery voltage low
The battery voltage of the PC card is low
Change the battery of the PC card
340
Printer in error or power off
341
Printer fault
The printer is faulty or its power is not on
2
Check the loading status of the specified special
PC card capacity short
3
4
1. Check the printer
2. The Printer switch it on
1. If external power (24VDC) is not supplied,
342
The fuse of KBF module was
blown
A fault occurred in the external I/O interface unit.
supply external power.
2. If external power is supplied, change the
external I/O interface unit.
343
KBF module status is abnormal
345
BCD/BIN conversion error
350
RS-232C communication error
The external I/O interface unit is not mounted
properly.
It has been attempted to display/enter a value that
cannot be BCD/BIN converted
5
Mount the external I/O interface unit properly.
1. Change the device data to be displayed into a
BCD value
2. Enter the value of 4-digit integer
The cable used to connect the GOT and personal
computer is faulty
1. Check for an unplugged communication cable
connector
6
2. check the cables used
1. Check recipe file data in PC card
351
Recipe file abnormal
Recipe file data are not normal
352
Recipe file generation error
Recipe file generation failed
353
Recipe file write disabled
Data write to recipe file failed
2. Check PC card capacity
354
Error during recipe file write
Error occurred during recipe file write
Do not unload PC card during recipe operation
355
Error during recipe file read
Error occurred during recipe file read
2. Start GOT after deleting recipe file in PC card
HANDLING
Start GOT after loading PC card
1. Check write protect of PC card
3. Do not unload PC card during recipe operation
1. Do not unload PC card during recipe operation
2. Check recipe file data (device values) in PC card
1. Check the file register name, and then operate
File system error occurred in the
PLC
When the file register name is designated and then
the recipe function is operated, an error occurs in
the designated file register.
the recipe function again.
2. Apply Format PLC memory to the designated
8
PLC drive with the GX Developer, and then
operate the recipe function again.
8.2 Error Code and Error Message List
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
356
OVERVIEW
Specified device outside range
destination does not exist or is not the station to be
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
323
specified for monitor device
The station number specified as a monitor
PERFORMANCE
322
Unauthorized station number
1
Action
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
321
Definition
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Error Message
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Error
Code
8-3
Error
Code
Error Message
Definition
Action
1. Check the designated PLC drive, and then
357
The specified drive of PLC is
abnormal
When the file register name is designated and then
the recipe function is operated, there is a fault in
the PLC drive.
operate the recipe function again.
2. Apply Format PLC memory to the designated
PLC drive with the GX Developer, and then
operate the recipe function again.
1. Check the designated PLC drive/ file register
name, and then operate the recipe function
When the file register name is designated and then
358
File of PLC access failure
the recipe function is operated, the PLC file
register could not be accessed.
again (If drive 0 was designated, change to a
different drive, and then operate the recipe function again).
2. Check whether the memory card is writeprotected, and then operate the recipe function
again.
359
360
Processing is from another
peripheral device
Division error due to divisor of 0
Contradiction in magnitude
370
relationship of upper and lower
limit values
When the file register name is designated and then
the recipe function is operated, other peripheral
devices begin processing for the file register.
Divisor 0 occurred in the data operation formula
Wait until the peripheral devices finish operating,
and then operate the recipe function again.
Reconsider the data operation formula to avoid the
divisor of 0
Upper and lower limit values have been set as
Check the upper and lower limit value setting and
[upper limit
correct them to be [upper limit
lower limit]
lower limit]
1. Check for any disconnected cable or improperly
fitted communication board/communication unit
2. This may occur if the programmable logic
controller load is increased while accessing
402
Communication time-out
Time-out error occurred during communication
another station. In this case, move the other
station's data to the local station's
programmable logic controller, and monitor with
the local station.
3. If the sequence scan is long, insert a COM
command.
At the time of receive during RS-422/RS-232C
403
SIO request status error
communication, any of overrun error, parity bit
error and framing error occurred.
406
407
421
422
Specified station doesn’t access
for out of range
(1) The station number specified for CC-Link
connection (via G4) is other than that of the
master/local station.
(2) Access was made to the CPU other than the
QCPU.
Check the cable connection status, the
communication board/communication unit
mounting status, the PLC status, and the
communication link transmission speed.
Check the station number of the monitor screen
data.
Other network accessed by
Access was made to the other network at the time
Check the network number in the screen data to
MNET10 module
of MELSECNET connection (network system)
avoid access to the other network.
The specification of E71 cannot
The Ethernet module on the PLC side has been
be written
set for write disable.
It is not communicate between
the CPU and E71
The CPU is faulty or communication cannot be
made between the CPU and PLC side Ethernet
module.
Set the PLC side Ethernet module for write enable.
Check the CPU for any fault using GX Developer
or like. (Check the buffer memory.)
Add the station number set as the screen data to
423
Information is insufficient in
The station number set as the screen data does
network table
not exist in the Ethernet setting of GT Designer.
the Ethernet setting of GT Designer.
(Use the station number of the PLC side Ethernet
module set in the parameter setting of GX
Developer.)
8-4
8.2 Error Code and Error Message List
Error
Error Message
Code
Definition
1
Action
424
The same bureau is set by GOT
and monitor data.
GOT is the same as the station number set in the
Ethernet setting of GT Designer (station number of
the PLC side Ethernet module) or the station
number set as the screen data.
utility screen of the GOT.
2. Check the station number set as the screen
data.
3. Check the station number set in the Ethernet
setting.
(Use the station number of the PLC side Ethernet module set in the parameter setting of GX
Developer.)
memory range of QnACPU
CPU communication error
MELSECNET/10, a fault occurred in the
corresponding communication station
Other communication error
station has been set correctly in the management
station (reconsider the parameters, switch setting,
etc.)
Check for any disconnected cable or improperly
fitted communication unit
3
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
faulty
Check whether the corresponding communication
5
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Communication destination
During monitoring of the other station via
Set PLC file registers. Also correct monitor devices
6
HANDLING
499
Devices specified are outside file register or buffer
other ranges included
7
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
470
Devices outside file register and
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
448
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
1. Check the station number of the GOT on the
The station number set on the utility screen of the
PERFORMANCE
station number.
OVERVIEW
Check the following data and do not use the same
8.2 Error Code and Error Message List
8-5
8.3 Precautions for use of flash PC card
Take the following action if any of the following errors takes place during use of the flash PC card
(A9GTMEM-10/20/40MF).
Type
Description
332 Format error
334 PC card fault
351 Recipe fail abnormal
PLC error number
352 Recipe fail generation error
353 Recipe fail write disabled
354 Error during recipe fail write
355 Error during recipe file read
Utility/screen copy in execution
Data transfer error
(1) Take the action corresponding to the error. (Refer to Section 8.2.)
(2) Choose "UTILITY MENU"-"SELF CHECK"-"MEMCARD CHECK" on the GOT.
If the error is detected, the following dialog box appears.
For full information on the utility menu, refer to GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual
(Extended·Option Functions Manual).
MEMORY CARD WRITE/READ CHECK
File access error generation.
Check the card on the scanning disk.
[OK]
(3) When the above dialog box has appeared, perform scan disk on the personal computer.
Independently of whether the above error message is displayed or not, perform scan
disk on the personal computer wherever possible.
8-6
8.3 Precautions for use of flash PC card
If the version of ROM_BIOS installed in the GOT is E or later at the time of product shipment, you need not
install the older version of ROM_BIOS (ROM_BIOS version B, C or D). (The functions of the older versions
are all reflected on the newer versions.)
Should you restart the GOT in which the older version of ROM_BIOS has been installed, the following message appears and the GOT stops. (ROM_BIOS cannot be rewritten.)
Don't turn off the power supply
Don't push the reset button.
ROM_BIOS Not Rewritarble.
GOT stopped
Please install operating system.
PERFORMANCE
3
If the above message has appeared, install the basic functions, PC communication
driver, etc. with the above screen being shown.
4
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
To confirm the version of ROM_BIOS installed in the GOT at the time of product
shipment, look at the rating plate on the back of the GOT.
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
MODEL A970GOT-TBD-B
B
5
VX
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
IN 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
POWER MAX 115VA DATE 0406 VX
C
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
ROM_BIOS setup Ver1. 1. 0 [B]
OVERVIEW
1
8.4 Precautions for installation of ROM_BIOS
US LISTED 80M1 IND.CONT.EQ.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
BD992C189H02
ROM_BIOS Version
BACKLIGHT A9GT-70LTTBW
Rating plate
HANDLING
6
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
8.4 Precautions for installation of ROM_BIOS
8-7
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
If a cause cannot be located by the troubleshooting procedures specified in section 8.2 when the GOT is
bus-connected to the PLC CPU, troubleshoot the cause as follows.
8.5.1
Locating error positions
(1) How to locate error positions:
(a) Use of peripheral devices
Using the peripheral devices such as GX Developer, check what type of the error occurs on
the PLC CPU and, based on the error message on the PLC CPU and the check points (See
item (2) below), check each module and cable for installation and earthing statuses.
(b) Error timing
Check the timing of errors.
1) An error occurs when the power is turned on or immediately after the PLC is reset:
The error may be detected by the initial processing of the PLC CPU.
In this case, because the faulty module may not be identified, use only an END instruction
for the sequence program and remove the modules one by one until the error does not
occur.
When the error is eliminated after a specific module has been removed, the module may be
causing the error.
2) An error occurs after a specific operation or several seconds:
The error may occur in the sequence program. Check the error step where the error may
occur and the sequence program in that step.
The sequence program can be diagnosed throughout by merely using an END instruction for
the sequence program.
3) An error occurs when a specific device operates:
The mis-operation may be caused by noise.
Check that any signal line such as bus cable is not laid out too close to the operating device.
If the line is too close to the device, separate the line 100 mm or more from the device.
(c) Locating the module where an error occurs:
Based on the PLC CPU error codes and special resister information (See item (2)), locate a
specific module where an error occurs.
By the method stated above, correct the sequence program or replace the faulty module with a new one, and
check whether the error occurs.
If the error continues to occur, it may have another cause.
Referring to section 8.5.2, locate the error position further.
8-8
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.1 Locating error positions
1
(2) Error messages appearing due to faulty ACPU bus connection and measure against errors
31
WDT ERR.
UNIT VERIFY ERR.
Error detail
Remedy
When an End
instruction is
executed
(1) The scanning time exceeds
the calculation congestion
monitoring time.
(2) The scanning time may be
extended by waiting for a
response from an SP
module that is down, and
errors may occur
simultaneously.
(1) Use the error history to check whether
simultaneous occurrence errors are
present.
(2) Refer to the SP module down check
points.
When an End
instruction is
executed
The information stored in the
cards of the module installed in
the base unit and the
communication unit of the GOT is
different from that read at the
initial time.
(If an error occurs on a module
(vacant) other than that installed
in the base unit, the mis-operation
may be caused by noise.)
During execution
of FROM/TO
instruction set
When the FROM/TO instruction is
executed, an imprecise response
is returned from the special
function module (including the
GOT).
Corresponding
CPU
OVERVIEW
Check Timing
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
22
Error
Messages
Check the faulty module at special resisters
D9116 to D9123.
3
(1) Check that the module and the cables
are connected correctly.
(2) Check that the PLC and the GOT are
earthed correctly.
PERFORMANCE
Error
Code
Cause and check point
Check the faulty module from the error step.
At CPU power ON/
At reset
At the time of initial
communication, an imprecise
response is returned from the
special function module (including
the GOT).
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
(1) Check that the module and the cables
are connected correctly.
(2) Because a faulty module cannot be
located, remove the modules one by
one until no CONTROL_BUS ERR.
message appears to indicate the
module where the error occurs.
(Because the modules are removed,
SP. UNIT ERR. message may appear.
Stop transmitting the FROM/TO
instruction to the applicable module.)
5
ACPU
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
40
CONTROL
_BUS
ERR.
4
(1) Check that the module and the cables
are connected correctly.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a new
one.
(3) Check that the PLC and the GOT are
earthed correctly.
6
Check the faulty module from the error step.
HANDLING
At CPU power ON/
At reset
At the time of initial
communication, a response is not
returned from the special function
module (including the GOT).
(1) Check that the module and the cables
are connected correctly.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a new
one.
(3) Check that the PLC and the GOT are
earthed correctly.
7
(1) Check that the module and the cables
are connected correctly.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a new
one.
(3) Check that the PLC and the GOT are
earthed correctly.
43
I/O INT
ERR.
During interrupt
An imprecise interrupt occurs to
the PLC CPU.
44
SP. UNIT
LAY ERR.
At CPU power ON/
At reset
Too many modules are installed
(see the PLC CPU specification).
(1) Check the number of installed
modules.
(2) Check the number of extension stages
and the I/O slot numbers.
46
SP. UNIT
ERR.
During execution
of FROM/TO
instruction set
The FROM/TO instruction is
executed to any module other
than the special function module.
(1) Review the sequence program.
(2) Check the number of extension stages
and the I/O slot numbers.
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.1 Locating error positions
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
SP. UNIT
DOWN
The special function module was
accessed during the execution of
a FROM/TO instruction set, but
there was no response.
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
41
During execution
of FROM/TO
instruction set
8-9
(3) Error messages appearing due to faulty Q/QnACPU bus connection and measure against errors
Error
Error
Code
Messages
1310
I/O INT
ERROR.
Cause and check point
Check Timing
During interrupt
At CPU power ON/
At reset/When
intelligent function
module is
accessed.
1401
SP. UNIT
DOWN
1402
1411
The intelligent function module was
accessed in the program, but there was
no response.
During execution
of FROM/TO
instruction set
The special function module was
accessed during the execution of a
FROM/TO instruction set, but there was
no response.
CPU
QCPU
The size of the buffer memory of the
intelligent function module is
abnormal.
When an intelligent
function module
access instruction
is executed.
Corresponding
QCPU
QnACPU
There was no response from the
intelligent function module during
initial communications stage.
At the time of initial communication, a
response is not returned from the special
function module (including the GOT).
At CPU power ON
Remedy
An imprecise interrupt occurs to the PLC
CPU.
At CPU power ON/
At reset
When an End
instruction is
executed
1403
Error detail
(1) Check that the module and the
cables are connected correctly.
(2) Replace the faulty module and
the cables with new ones.
(3) Check that the PLC and the
GOT are earthed correctly.
(4) Check the number of extension
stages and the I/O slot numbers.
QnACPU
QCPU
QnACPU
There was no response from the
intelligent function module when the
END instruction is executed.
QCPU
An error is detected at the intelligent
function module.
At the time of initial communication, an
imprecise response is returned from the
special function module (including the
GOT).
CONTROL
_BUS
ERR.
(1) Check that the module and the
cables are connected correctly.
(2) Because a faulty module cannot
be located, remove the modules
one by one until no
CONTROL_BUS ERR. message
appears to indicate the module
where the error occurs.
(Because the modules are
removed, SP. UNIT ERR.
message may appear. Stop
transmitting the FROM/TO
instruction to the applicable
module.)
QCPU
QnACPU
Check the faulty module from the error
step.
1412
2000
8 - 10
UNIT
VERIFY
ERR.
During execution
of FROM/TO
instruction set
When the FROM/TO instruction is
executed, an imprecise response is
returned from the special function module (including the GOT).
When an End
instruction is
executed
The information stored in the cards of
the module installed in the base unit and
the communication unit of the GOT is
different from that read at the initial time.
(If an error occurs on a module (vacant)
other than that installed in the base
module, the mis-operation may be
caused by noise.)
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.1 Locating error positions
(1) Check that the module and the
cables are connected correctly.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a
new one.
(3) Check that the PLC and the
GOT are earthed correctly.
Check the faulty module at special
resisters SD1400 to SD1431.
(1) Check that the module and the
cables are connected correctly.
(2) Check that the PLC and the
GOT are earthed correctly.
QCPU
QnACPU
Error detail
Remedy
(1) In the parameter I/O allocation
settings, an intelligent function
module was allocated to a
location reserved for an I/O
module. Or, the opposite has
happened.
(2) In the parameter I/O allocation
settings, a module other than
CPU (or nothing) was allocated to
a location reserved for a CPU
module. Or, the opposite has
happened.
(3) A general-purpose switch was set
to the module with no
general-purpose switches.
(1) Reset the parameter I/O
allocation according to the status
of installation of the intelligent
function module.
(2) Reset the parameter I/O
allocation according to the status
of installation of the CPU
module.
(3) Reset the general-purpose
switch settings.
(4) Check the number of extension
stages and the I/O slot numbers.
In parameter I/O allocation settings, a
special function module was allocated to
a location reserved for an I/O module.
Or, the opposite has happened.
(1) Reset the parameter I/O
allocation setting to conform with
the actual status of the special
function modules.
(2) Check the number of extension
stages and the I/O slot numbers.
QnACPU
2101
to
2103
The modules more than those specified
in the PLC CPU specification are
installed.
(1) Check the number of installed
modules.
(2) Check the number of extension
stages and the I/O slot numbers.
QCPU
QnACPU
2104
At the MELSECNET/MINI auto refresh
parameter settings, the module allocation that was set is different from the
actual module models at the station
numbers in the link system.
Reset the parameter MELSECNET/
MINI auto refresh unit module
allocation setting so that it conforms to
the station number of the module that
is actually linked.
2105
There are too many special function
modules that can use dedicated
instructions allocated (number of modules installed).
Reduce the number of special function
modules installed.
2106
(1) 5 or more QJ71LP21/BR11 have
been installed.
(2) 5 or more QJ71E71 (-B2) have
been installed.
(3) Identical network numbers or
station numbers exist in the
MELSECNET/10 network system.
(1) Keep the number to 4 or fewer.
(2) Keep the number to 4 or fewer.
(3) Check the network numbers and
station numbers.
2107
Head X/Y set at the parameter I/O
allocation settings is also the head X/Y
for some other module.
(1) Reset the parameter I/O
allocation setting to conform with
the actual status of the special
function modules.
(2) Check the number of extension
stages and the I/O slot numbers.
(1) Network module A1SJ71LP21,
A1SJ71BR11, A1SJ71AP21*,
A1SJ71AR21, or A1SJ71AT2*B
dedicated for the A2USCPU has
been installed.
(2) Network module A1SJ71QLP21
or A1SJ71QBR11 dedicated for
the Q2AS has been installed.
Change the network module to
QJ71LP21 or QJ71BR11.
Change network module to QJ71LP21
or QJ71BR11.
AJ71LP21 or AJ71BR11 for use with the
AnUCPU network module has been
installed.
Change network module to
AJ71QLP21 or AJ71QBR11.
The control system and standby system
module configurations are different when
a redundant system is in the backup
mode.
Check the module configuration of the
standby system.
2108
2109
SP. UNIT
LAY ERR.
At CPU power ON/
At reset
OVERVIEW
CPU
2
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
QCPU
QnACPU
PERFORMANCE
3
4
5
QCPU
6
QCPU
QnACPU
HANDLING
2100
1
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Messages
Corresponding
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
Code
Cause and check point
Check Timing
7
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.1 Locating error positions
QCPU
QnACPU
Q4ARCPU
8 - 11
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
Error
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
Error
Error
Error
Code
Messages
Cause and check point
Check Timing
Error detail
Remedy
Corresponding
CPU
The FROM/TO instruction is executed to
2110
When instruction
executed
function module.
The location designated by link direct
2111
2112
any module other than the special
device (J
SP. UNIT
ERROR.
When instruction
executed/
STOP
\
) is not a network module.
(1) The location designated by a
special function module dedicated
instruction is not a special
function module.
(2) Alternatively, it is not the relevant
special function module.
Review the sequence program.
QCPU
QnACPU
Read error individual information, then
RUN
2113
(1) Review the sequence program.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a
new one.
No special function module data for
check and edit the special function
simulation purposes has been set in the
module simulation data that
simulation data.
corresponds to the numerical value
there (program error location).
The location of Q
2120
B is
improper.
QA1S
2122
2124
B and QA1S
B is installed to the basic base
unit.
SP. UNIT
At CPU power ON/
LAY ERR.
At reset
2125
Check the location of the base unit.
Install Q
B as the basic base unit.
(1) A module is installed at 65th or
later slot.
(2) A module is installed at the slot
later than the number of slots
specified with base allocation
setting.
(3) A module is installed at the I/O
points later than the 4,096th point.
(4) A module installed at the 4,096th
point occupies later points.
(1) Remove the module installed at
65th or later slot.
(2) Remove the module installed at
the slot later than the number of
slots specified with base
allocation setting.
(3) Remove the module installed at
the I/O points later than the
4,096th point.
(4) Change the last module to a
module which does not exceed
the 4,096th point.
(1) A module which the QCPU cannot
recognize has been installed.
(2) There was no response form the
intelligent function module.
(1) Install a module which can be
used with the QCPU.
(2) Replace the faulty module with a
new one.
QCPU
Program scan time for initial execution
type program goes over the initial
5000
WDT
ERROR.
5001
execution WDT time set in the parameter
Always
PC RAS settings.
Program scan time goes over the WDT
value set in the parameter PC RAS
settings.
8 - 12
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.1 Locating error positions
Read the error individual information at
a peripheral device, check the
numerical value (time) there, and
shorten scan time if necessary.
QCPU
QnACPU
If the function of the PLC cannot be recovered even when the module on which an error occurs is replaced
with a new one, the error may be caused by the effect from another module.
Disconnect the extension cables and bus connection cables in order from the modules starting from the
module located furthest from the operating position in the system, and check for the status of occurrence of
the error each time the cables are disconnected until the error does not occur.
The module or extension cables/bus-connection cables disconnected immediately before the error does not
occur are considered to cause the error.
Examples of the ways of further locating error positions are shown below.
Example 2:
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC CPU.
Turn off the power of the PLC CPU.
Disconnect the bus-connection cable
(IN side) from the final stage GOT.
Disconnect the bus-connection cable
(OUT side) from the GOT located one
stage before the final stage.
2
3
PERFORMANCE
Example 1:
OVERVIEW
1
Further locating error positions
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
8.5.2
Turn on the power of the PLC CPU.
Turn on the power of the PLC CPU.
Reset the PLC CPU.
Reset the PLC CPU.
4
Turn on the power of the GOT.
If an error does not occur, the final
stage GOT and the bus-connection
cable before the final stage may be
faulty.
• When disconnecting the extension base units in order, use only an END
instruction for the sequence program, and any error resulting from the sequence
program will not occur, and the status of occurrence of errors will be obtained
easily.
• When the frequency of occurrence of an error is low, check the error by taking a
rather long time with the modules disconnected.
• The checks stated above are effective to locate a noise invading route when the
mis-operation is caused by noise.
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
5
Repeat the examples 1 and 2 above to locate error positions.
6
HANDLING
If an error does not occur, the final
stage GOT may be faulty.
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
Turn on the power of the GOT.
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
8
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.2 Further locating error positions
8 - 13
8.5.3
Specific example of troubleshooting
An example of troubleshooting the system which is used when an error occurs on the PLC CPU is shown
below.
PLC (main base unit)
Extension cable
PLC
(extension base unit)
GOT 1)
GOT 2)
Bus-connection Bus-connection
cable
cable
Start
Check the error code/step appearing on the PLC CPU.
(Obtain the status of the error and the location where the error occurs.)
The SP. UNIT DOWN message appears on CPU.
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC CPU.
Replace the faulty CPU with a new one.
Turn on the power of the PLC CPU.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
The error occurs further (not on CPU).
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC CPU.
Disconnect the bus-connection cable from the GOT 2) at IN side
(to further locate the error positions).
Turn on the power of the PLC CPU.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
The error occurs further
(not on the GOT 2) (bus interface module)).
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC CPU.
Disconnect the bus-connection cable from the GOT 1) at OUT side
(to further locate the error positions).
Turn on the power of the PLC CPU.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
The error will not occur.
The bus-connection cable connecting the GOT 1) to the GOT 2) is judged faulty.
Replace the faulty bus-connection cable with a new one.
End
8 - 14
8.5 Troubleshooting in bus connection
8.5.3 Specific example of troubleshooting
1
8.6 Troubleshooting for monitoring
OVERVIEW
The following describes the corrective action when the GOT monitoring screen is blank.
The GOT screen is blank.
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
2
YES
The GOT Power LED is off.
Power on the GOT.
NO
If the screen will come back, this means the
screensaver is set.
This function can be set within the GOT utility
menu. 1
YES
PERFORMANCE
The screen will come back on
by touching the display section.
3
NO
4
The bit of "Forces Screen Saver Enable Signal"
for GOT may be on.
Check the bit status.
If bit is on, turn it off. 2
YES
PART NAMES AND
SETTINGS
System information function
(system signal 1) is set.
NO
5
YES
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE
The backlight has
reached its maximum life span.
(Compare the backlight life span and
the operating time.)
Replace the backlight.
NO
Possible cause is GOT hardware fault.
Consult your sales representative.
6
*1 Refer to GOT-A900 Series Operating Manual (Extended • Option Functions Manual), for utility menu.
*2 For details of the Forced Screen Saver Enable signal, refer to the following manual.
Reference Manual
MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
7
8
ERROR CODES AND
ERROR MESSAGES
For GT Designer2 : GT Designer2 Version
HANDLING
For GT Designer : GT Designer help function
8.6 Troubleshooting for monitoring
8 - 15
APPENDICES
Appendix.1 External Dimensions
1) A985GOT(-V)
245 (9.65)
15.4
(0.61)
10 (0.39)
227 (8.94)
238 (9.37)
10 (0.39)
33.5
(1.32)
245 (9.65)
312 (12.28)
43 (1.69)
301 (11.85)
43 (1.69)
For A985GOT
49 (1.93)
6 (0.24)
For A985GOT-V
49 (1.93)
6 (0.24)
33.5
(1.32)
301 (11.85)
Unit (mm (inch))
APP - 1
Appendix.1 External Dimensions
31(1.22)
235 (9.25)
APPENDICES
10 (0.39)
2) A975GOT and A970GOT
34
(1.34)
229 (9.02)
297 (11.69)
40 (1.57)
46 (1.81)
6 (0.24)
10 (0.39)
199 (7.83)
208 (8.20)
INDEX
15.4
(0.61)
288 (11.34)
Unit (mm (inch))
Appendix.1 External Dimensions
APP - 2
10 (0.39)
3) A960GOT
32(1.26)
204 (8.03)
35
(1.38)
198 (7.80)
268 (10.55)
43 (1.69)
49 (1.93)
6 (0.24)
10 (0.39)
182 (7.17)
192 (7.56)
15.4
(0.61)
257 (10.12)
Unit (mm (inch))
APP - 3
Appendix.1 External Dimensions
APPENDICES
Appendix.2 Depth at the Time of Communication
Board/Communication Unit Loading
(1) When A9GT-QBUSS/A9GT-BUSS is used
GOT side
GOT rear
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT
[mm (inch)]
1
100 (3.94)
or more
B
INDEX
A
For A975GOT, A970GOT
[mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
1
23
(0.91)
40
(1.58)
46
(1.81)
85
(3.35)
26
(1.02)
43
(1.69)
Other equipment
100
(3.94)
Other equipment
*1 For the dimensions of A and B, see the panel cut dimensions of each GOT (Section 6.1.2).
(2) When A9GT-QBUS2S/A9GT-BUS2S is used
GOT side
GOT rear
For A975GOT, A970GOT
[mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT
[mm (inch)]
A*1
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
22 (0.87)
22 (0.87)
B*1
46
(1.81)
23
(0.91)
62
(2.44)
85
17 (3.35)
(0.67)
Other equipment
26
(1.02)
65
(2.56)
100
(3.94)
17
(0.67) Other equipment
*1 For the dimensions of A and B, see the panel cut dimensions of each GOT (Section 6.1.2).
Appendix.2 Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Unit Loading
APP - 4
(3) When A9GT-RS2/A9GT-RS2T is used
GOT side
GOT rear
For A975GOT, A970GOT
[mm (inch)]
A*1
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT
[mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
B*1
23
(0.91)
40
(1.58)
46
(1.81)
2
2
26
(1.02)
43
(1.69)
Other equipment
Other equipment
*1 For the dimensions of A and B, see the panel cut dimensions of each GOT (Section 6.1.2).
*2 Depends on the dimensions of the converter and cable used.
(4) When A9GT-RS4 is used
GOT side
GOT rear
For A975GOT, A970GOT
[mm (inch)]
A*1
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT
[mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
B*1
46
(1.81)
23
(0.91)
40
(1.58)
*1 Dimension for use of the AC
115 1
(4.53)
26
(1.02)
43
(1.69)
Other equipment
130 1
(5.12)
Other equipment
R4-25P. When the other cable is used, the dimension depends on the converter and
cable used.
(5) When A7GT-J71AP23/A7GT-J71LP23/A9GT-QJ71LP23 is used
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
77
(3.03)
74
(2.92)
Other equipment
APP - 5
100 (3.94)
or more
Other equipment
Appendix.2 Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Unit Loading
(6) When A7GT-J71AR23/A7GT-J71BR13/A9GT-QJ71BR13 is used
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
APPENDICES
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
Other equipment
INDEX
77
(3.03)
74
(2.92)
Other equipment
(7) When A7GT-J71AT23B is used
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
96
(3.78)
99
(3.90)
Other equipment
Other equipment
(8) When A8GT-J61BT13/A8GT-J61BT15 is used
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
79
(3.11)
100 (3.94)
or more
82
(3.23)
Other equipment
Other equipment
Appendix.2 Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Unit Loading
APP - 6
(9) When A9GT-J71E71-T is used
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
1
1
73.2
(2.88)
70.2
(2.76)
Other equipment
Other equipment
*1 The bending radius (R1 : standard value) in the proximity of connector should be at least
4 times the external form of the cable.
(10) When A9GT-70KBF is used
For A975GOT, A970GOT [mm (inch)]
For A985GOT(-V), A960GOT [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
100 (3.94)
or more
85.6
(3.37)
82.6
(3.25)
Other equipment
Other equipment
(11) When A9GT-80V4R1/A9GT-80V4/A9GT-80R1 is used
For A985GOT-V [mm (inch)]
100 (3.94)
or more
86
(3.39)
Other equipment
APP - 7
Appendix.2 Depth at the Time of Communication Board/Communication Unit Loading
(mm (inch))
GOT side
PLC side
A1SC B
9 (0.35)
Fig. 1
Fig. 1
A8GT-C BS*1
9 (0.35)
Fig. 6
Fig. 6
A8GT-C EXSS*1
8 (0.31)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A8GT-C EXSS-1*2
9 (0.35)
Fig. 6
Fig. 6
A8GT-C NB
8 (0.31)
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
A9GT-QC BS
10 (0.39)
Fig. 5
Fig. 5
AC B
17 (0.67)
Fig. 3
Fig. 3
AC B-R
17 (0.67)
Fig. 4
Fig. 4
QC B
10 (0.39)
Fig. 5
Fig. 5
A8GT-EXCNB
9 (0.35)
Fig. 7
Fig. 6
*1 The A8GT-C
EXSS/C
INDEX
Connector type
Cable thickness
Type
BS cable has a ground cable (1m).
Always connect this ground cable to the control panel or other places.
*2 The A8GT-C
EXSS-1 is provided as a set of the A8GT-EXCNB and A8GT-C
Fig. 1
BS. (Refer to Fig. 8.)
Fig. 2
12.4
11.5
58.0
(2.28)
(0.49)
49.9
(1.96)
(0.45)
49.7
(1.96)
33.0
(1.3)
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
20.0
(0.79)
60.0
(2.36)
20.0
(0.79)
Fig. 5
58.0
(2.28)
58.0
(2.28)
60.0
(2.36)
Fig. 6
12.4
10.0
(0.39)
(0.49)
49.9
(1.96)
33.0
(1.30)
42.0
(1.65)
35.0
(1.38)
Appendix.3 External Dimensions of Bus Connection Cables
APPENDICES
Appendix.3 External Dimensions of Bus Connection
Cables
APP - 8
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
75.0
(2.95)
20.5
GOT side
PLC side
(0.81)
Fig.7
Fig.6
60.0
(2.36)
Fig.6
Fig.6
(A8GT-EXCNB)
Buffer circuit cable
(A8GT-C BS)
Extension cable
Unit: mm (inch)
APP - 9
Appendix.3 External Dimensions of Bus Connection Cables
APPENDICES
Appendix.4 Specifications of former models
Specifications of former GOT-A900 series models are given below.
Appendix.4.1 Performance specifications of the A975GOT-TBA/TBD,
A970GOT-TBA/TBD
Specifications
Item
A975GOT-TBA, A975GOT-TBD
A970GOT-TBA, A970GOT-TBD
TFT color liquid crystal
Resolution
Display
Display size
section*1
Display color
640
211 (8.31)
480 dots
158 (6.23) mm (inch)
256 color
16 color
250 cd/m2 (Average intensity of liquid crystal only)
Intensity
Display angle
80 degrees (right, left, up and down)
Cold cathode fluorescent tube backlight
Backlight
(Backlight OFF/screen saving time setting allowed)
Number of touch
Touch
keys
panel
Key size
1200 points (30 lines
Minimum 16
Repeat function
40 columns)
16 dots (per key)
No
Type
Memory*2
INDEX
Type
Flash ROM
Application
Capacity
1M byte built-in (user area), max. 8M bytes increasable
Communication board slot *3
Communication unit
For monitor screen data storage, for OS storage
interface*3
Option unit interface
For communication board loading, 1 slot
For communication unit loading, 1 channel
For option unit loading, 1 channel
PC card interface
For PC card loading, 1 channel
Memory board slot
For memory board loading, 1 slot
RS-232C interface
For connection of personal computer for graphics software, for bar-code reader connection, 1 channel
Printer
interface*4
For parallel printer connection, 1 channel
For external speaker connection (3W + 3W or higher recommended) (stereo mini-jack), 1 channel each for L/R
Speech output terminal
(2Vp-p, 0.4mW (for rated load 10kΩ)), compatible speech file: Windows WAV format, 8.000kHz, 16-bit monaural
(8 s/speech file)
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone length adjustable)
Display section*6*8
Life*5
Backlight*6
Touch key
Built-in memory
Environmental protective
41,000h (Operating ambient temperature: 25
40,000h (Time when display luminance reaches 50% at the operating ambient temperature of 25
Number of write times: 100,000 times
Front section
Panel inside
297 (11.7) (W)
Panel cutting dimensions
Weight
)
1 million times or more (operating force 0.98N max.)
structure*8
Outline dimensions
)
: Equivalent to IP67/NEMA4
: IP2X
208 (8.2) (H)
289 (11.39) (W)
46 (1.81) (D) mm (inch)
200 (7.88) (H) mm (inch)
1.8 (4.0) kg (lb)
Compatible software
package*7
SW0D5C-GTWORKS-E Version A or later, SW1D5C-GOTRE-PACK Version A or later
*1 Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel. It is impossible to
completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
Please note that these dots appear due to its characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
*2 The built-in memory is ROM which allows old data to be overwritten by new data. (Data backup power supply is not
needed.)
*3 Note that either of the communication board slot and communication unit interface may only be used.
*4 Refer to the [3.2.1] for details on the specifications are those of the printer interface.
*5 When parts must be changed, consult your sales representative.
*6 The screen saving/back light OFF function of GOT is provide to prevent images from becoming permanently etched
on the display and extend the back light life.
*7 GT Works2 and GT Designer2 are supported from the first version (Version1.00A).
*8 The specifications differ depending on the version of GOT (hardware version, function version).
Appendix.4 Specifications of former models
Appendix.4.1 Performance specifications of the A975GOT-TBA/TBD, A970GOT-TBA/TBD
APP - 10
(1) Specification differences by the version of GOT
The specifications of the GOT-A900 series differ depending on the version (hardware version,
function version).
The following shows specification differences of the GOT-A900 series by version.
(a) Environmental protective structure
The environmental protective structure (IP rating) differs depending on the hardware version of
GOT.
For how to confirm the hardware version of GOT, refer to Section 7.4.
Specification
Item
Front section: Equivalent to IP65
Environmental protective
Panel inside: IP2X
structure
Front section: Equivalent to IP67/NEMA4
Panel inside: IP2X
APP - 11
A975GOT-TBA
A970GOT-TBA
A975GOT-TBD
A970GOT-TBD
Hardware version A or later
Hardware version N (Dec., 2001) or later
Appendix.4 Specifications of former models
Appendix.4.1 Performance specifications of the A975GOT-TBA/TBD, A970GOT-TBA/TBD
Attachment .......................................................... 6-46
[B]
Backlight for Liquid Crystal .................................... 7-3
Bar Code Reader................................................. 6-43
[C]
Case fixing screw .................................................. 6-2
Cautions on use of EMC command-and low voltage
command-compliant products ............................... 2-6
Communication Board ......................................... 6-36
Communication board mounting screw ................. 6-2
Communication Unit ............................................ 6-38
Control Panel......................................................... 1-8
CRT Display, TFT Display ................................... 6-45
CRT interface ........................................................ 3-4
[D]
Daily Inspection ..................................................... 7-2
Debug Stand........................................................ 6-42
Depth at the Time of Communication Board/
Communication Unit Loading ........................... APP-4
[E]
EMC Directive........................................................ 1-4
Error Code and Error Message List....................... 8-2
ERROR CODES AND ERROR MESSAGES ........ 8-1
External Dimensions
A960GOT...................................................... APP-3
A975GOT and A970GOT.............................. APP-2
A985GOT(-V)................................................ APP-1
External Dimensions of Bus Connection Cables
...................................................................... APP-8
External I/O Interface unit.................................... 6-44
External wiring ....................................................... 1-9
[G]
Grounding.............................................................. 1-8
[H]
How to change the backlight for liquid crystal ....... 7-5
How to confirm hardware version of GOT ............. 7-4
How to confirm ROM_BIOS version of GOT ......... 8-7
How to confirm voltage drop of PC card battery.. 6-33
Human sensor ..................................................... 6-23
[I]
Installation inside Control Panel ............................ 1-5
Installation method ................................................ 6-3
[M]
Memory Board ..................................................... 6-28
Memory board mounting screw ............................. 6-2
Mounting fixture screw........................................... 6-2
Mounting panel cutting dimensions ....................... 6-3
Mounting position................................................... 6-3
[N]
Noise filter (power supply line filter)....................... 1-6
Notes on Q4ARCPU Duplex System................... 2-11
[O]
Option unit mounting screw ................................... 6-2
INDEX
[A]
APPENDICES
INDEX
[P]
Panel temperature ................................................. 6-2
PART NAMES AND SETTINGS............................ 4-1
Part Names And Settings of the A975GOT/
A970GOT/A960GOT.......................................... 4-3
Part Names And Settings of the A985GOT(-V)
........................................................................... 4-1
PC Card ............................................................... 6-31
PERFORMANCE................................................... 3-1
General Specifications ....................................... 3-1
Performance specifications of the A975GOT/
A970GOT/A960GOT.......................................... 3-7
Performance specifications of the A985GOT(-V)
........................................................................... 3-2
Power Supply Power Consumed when
Communication Board or Communication Unit Is
Fitted ................................................................ 3-11
Power supply specifications ............................. 3-10
Specifications of former models .................. APP-10
Periodic Inspection ................................................ 7-2
Power supply ......................................................... 1-7
Precautions for installation of ROM_BIOS............. 8-7
Precautions for use of flash PC card ..................... 8-6
Precautions on wiring the part which matches the
EMC Directives .................................................... 6-12
Printer .................................................................. 6-40
Protective Sheet .................................................. 6-27
[R]
Requirements for compliance with the Low Voltage
Directive................................................................. 1-7
Requirements to meet EMC Directive ................... 1-4
RGB input function............................................... 6-25
RGB input interface unit....................................... 6-47
ROUGH PRE-OPERATION PROCEDURE........... 5-1
RS-232C connector mounting screw ..................... 6-2
[S]
Slot Cover ............................................................ 6-26
Software packages to be used ............................ 2-10
Speech Output Device......................................... 6-41
Standard subject to for GOT.................................. 1-7
SVGA type CRT mounting screw .......................... 6-2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Component List .................................................. 2-2
Overall Configuration ......................................... 2-1
Unusable Conventional Products..................... 2-10
Index - 1
[T]
Terminal block terminal screw ............................... 6-2
[V]
Video input function ............................................. 6-24
Video input interface unit ..................................... 6-47
[W]
Wiring method ....................................................... 6-5
Index - 2
Warranty
Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product.
1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range
If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the
product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be repaired at no cost via the sales representative or
Mitsubishi Service Company.
However, if repairs are required onsite at domestic or overseas location, expenses to send an engineer will be
solely at the customer’s discretion. Mitsubishi shall not be held responsible for any re-commissioning,
maintenance, or testing on-site that involves replacement of the failed module.
[Gratis Warranty Term]
The gratis warranty term of the product shall be for one year after the date of purchase or delivery to a designated
place.
Note that after manufacture and shipment from Mitsubishi, the maximum distribution period shall be six (6) months,
and the longest gratis warranty term after manufacturing shall be eighteen (18) months. The gratis warranty term of
repair parts shall not exceed the gratis warranty term before repairs.
[Gratis Warranty Range]
(1) The range shall be limited to normal use within the usage state, usage methods and usage environment, etc.,
which follow the conditions and precautions, etc., given in the instruction manual, user's manual and caution
labels on the product.
(2) Even within the gratis warranty term, repairs shall be charged for in the following cases.
1. Failure occurring from inappropriate storage or handling, carelessness or negligence by the user. Failure
caused by the user's hardware or software design.
2. Failure caused by unapproved modifications, etc., to the product by the user.
3. When the Mitsubishi product is assembled into a user's device, Failure that could have been avoided if
functions or structures, judged as necessary in the legal safety measures the user's device is subject to or as
necessary by industry standards, had been provided.
4. Failure that could have been avoided if consumable parts (battery, backlight, fuse, etc.) designated in the
instruction manual had been correctly serviced or replaced.
5. Failure caused by external irresistible forces such as fires or abnormal voltages, and Failure caused by force
majeure such as earthquakes, lightning, wind and water damage.
6. Failure caused by reasons unpredictable by scientific technology standards at time of shipment from
Mitsubishi.
7. Any other failure found not to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi or that admitted not to be so by the user.
2. Onerous repair term after discontinuation of production
(1) Mitsubishi shall accept onerous product repairs for seven (7) years after production of the product is
discontinued.
Discontinuation of production shall be notified with Mitsubishi Technical Bulletins, etc.
(2) Product supply (including repair parts) is not available after production is discontinued.
3. Overseas service
Overseas, repairs shall be accepted by Mitsubishi's local overseas FA Center. Note that the repair conditions at
each FA Center may differ.
4. Exclusion of loss in opportunity and secondary loss from warranty liability
Regardless of the gratis warranty term, Mitsubishi shall not be liable for compensation of damages caused by any
cause found not to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi, loss in opportunity, lost profits incurred to the user by Failures
of Mitsubishi products, special damages and secondary damages whether foreseeable or not, compensation for
accidents, and compensation for damages to products other than Mitsubishi products, replacement by the user,
maintenance of on-site equipment, start-up test run and other tasks.
5. Changes in product specifications
The specifications given in the catalogs, manuals or technical documents are subject to change without prior notice.
6. Product application
(1) In using the Mitsubishi MELSEC programmable logic controller, the usage conditions shall be that the
application will not lead to a major accident even if any problem or fault should occur in the programmable logic
controller device, and that backup and fail-safe functions are systematically provided outside of the device for
any problem or fault.
(2) The Mitsubishi programmable logic controller has been designed and manufactured for applications in general
industries, etc. Thus, applications in which the public could be affected such as in nuclear power plants and
other power plants operated by respective power companies, and applications in which a special quality
assurance system is required, such as for Railway companies or Public service purposes shall be excluded from
the programmable logic controller applications.
In addition, applications in which human life or property that could be greatly affected, such as in aircraft,
medical applications, incineration and fuel devices, manned transportation, equipment for recreation and
amusement, and safety devices, shall also be excluded from the programmable logic controller range of
applications.
However, in certain cases, some applications may be possible, providing the user consults their local Mitsubishi
representative outlining the special requirements of the project, and providing that all parties concerned agree to
the special circumstances, solely at the users discretion.
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