GOT2000 Series User`s Manual (Hardware)

GOT2000 Series User`s Manual (Hardware)
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
GOT2000 Series
User's Manual (Hardware)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(Always read these precautions 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 precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product.
In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as "WARNING" and "CAUTION".
WARNING
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions, resulting in
death or severe injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions,
resulting in minor or moderate injury or property damage.
Note that the
caution level may lead to a serious accident 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]
WARNING
Some failures of the GOT, communication unit or cable may keep the outputs on or off.
Some failures of a touch panel may cause malfunction of the input objects such as a touch switch.
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.
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.
The GOT backlight failure disables the operation on the touch switch(s).
When the GOT backlight has a failure, the POWER LED blinks (orange/blue) and the display section
dims. In such a case, the input by the touch switch(s) is disabled.
The display section of the GOT is an analog-resistive type touch panel.
[GT27]
The GOT is multi-touch compliant; however, do not touch three points or more simultaneously on the
display section. Doing so may cause an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction.
[GT23]
If you touch the display section simultaneously in two points or more,the switch that is located around
the center of the touched point, if any, may operate.Do not touch the display section in two points or
more simultaneously.Doing so may cause an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction.
When programs or parameters of the controller (such as a PLC) that is monitored by the GOT are
changed, be sure to reset the GOT, or turn on the unit again after shutting off the power as soon as
possible. Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
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[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
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 (GT27 Only) : 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.
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.
Do not press the GOT display section with a pointed material as a pen or driver.
Doing so can result in a damage or failure of the display section.
When the GOT is connected to the Ethernet network, the available IP address is restricted according
to the system configuration.
• When multiple GOTs are connected to the Ethernet network :
Do not set the IP address (192.168.3.18) for the GOTs and the controllers in the network.
• When a single GOT is connected to the Ethernet network :
Do not set the IP address (192.168.3.18) for the controllers except the GOT in the network.
Doing so can cause the IP address duplication.
The duplication can negatively affect the communication of the device with the IP address
(192.168.3.18).
The operation at the IP address duplication depends on the devices and the system.
Turn on the controllers and the network devices to be ready for communication before they
communicate with the GOT.
Failure to do so can cause a communication error on the GOT.
When the GOT is subject to shock or vibration, or some colors appear on the screen of the GOT, the
screen of the GOT might flicker.
[MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or
removing the GOT main unit to/from the panel.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction.
Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before mounting or
removing the option unit onto/from the GOT. (GT27 Only)
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[MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
Use the GOT in the environment that satisfies the general specifications described in this 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 (0.36 N·m to 0.48 N·m) with a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
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.
When loading the communication unit or option unit other than wireless LAN unit to the GOT, fit it to
the connection interface of the GOT and tighten the mounting screws in the specified torque range
(0.36 N•m to 0.48 N•m) with a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
When loading the wireless LAN unit to the GOT, fit it to the side interface of GOT and tighten the
mounting screws in the specified torque range (0.10 N•m to 0.14 N•m) with a Phillips-head
screwdriver No.1.
Under tightening can cause the GOT to drop, short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, failure or malfunction due to the damage of the screws or unit.
(GT27 Only)
When closing the USB environmental protection cover, fix the cover to the GOT by pushing the
[PUSH] mark on the latch firmly to comply with the protective structure.(GT27 Only)
Remove the protective film of the GOT.
When the user continues using the GOT with the protective film, the film may not be removed.In
addition, for the models equipped with the human sensor function, using the GOT with the protective
film may cause the human sensor not to function properly
Operate and store the GOT in environments without direct sunlight, high temperature, dust, humidity,
and vibrations.
When using the GOT in the environment of oil or chemicals, use the protective cover for oil.Failure to
do so may cause failure or malfunction due to the oil or chemical entering into the GOT.
[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring.
Failure to do so may result in an electric shock, product damage or malfunctions.
CAUTION
Make sure to ground the FG terminal and LG terminal of the GOT power supply section to the
protective ground conductors dedicated to the GOT with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less.
When tightening the terminal screws, use a Phillips-head screwdriver No.2.
Terminal screws which are not to be used must be tightened always at torque 0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m.
Otherwise there will be a danger of short circuit against the solderless terminals.
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[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
Use applicable solderless terminals and tighten them with the specified torque.
If any solderless spade terminal is used, it may be disconnected when the terminal screw comes
loose, resulting in failure.
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 (0.5 N·m
to 0.8 N·m).
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.
The module has an ingress prevention label on its top to prevent foreign matter, such as wire offcuts,
from entering the module during wiring.
Do not peel this label during wiring.Before starting system operation, be sure to peel this label
because of heat dissipation. (GT27 Only)
Plug the communication cable into the GOT interface or the connector of the connected unit, and
tighten the mounting screws and the 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.
Plug the QnA/ACPU/Motion controller(A series) 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.(GT27 Only)
[TEST OPERATION PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
Before performing the test operations of the user creation monitor screen (such as turning ON or
OFF bit device, changing the word device current value, changing the settings or current values of
the timer or counter, and changing the buffer memory current value), read through the manual
carefully and make yourself familiar with the operation method.
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.
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[STARTUP/MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
WARNING
When power is on, do not touch the terminals.
Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction.
Correctly connect the battery connector.
Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery into the fire.
Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, or ignite, resulting in injury and fire.
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.
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 from 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.
Do not drop the module or subject it to strong shock. A module damage may result.
Do not drop or give an impact to the battery mounted to the unit.
Doing so may damage the battery, causing the battery fluid to leak inside the battery.If the battery is
dropped or given an impact, dispose of it without using.
Before touching the unit, always touch grounded metals, etc. to discharge static electricity from
human body, etc.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction.
Use the battery manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Use of other batteries may cause a risk of fire or explosion.
Dispose of used battery promptly.
Keep away from children.Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply before replacing the battery or using the
dip switch of the terminating resistor.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction by static electricity.
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[TOUCH PANEL PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
For the analog-resistive film type touch panels, normally the adjustment is not required.
However, the difference between a touched position and the object position may occur as the period
of use elapses.
When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, execute the touch
panel calibration.
When any difference between a touched position and the object position occurs, other object may be
activated.
This may cause an unexpected operation due to incorrect output or malfunction.
[PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE DATA STORAGE IS IN USE]
WARNING
If the SD card mounted on drive A of the GOT is removed while the GOT is accessed, processing for
the GOT might be interrupted about for 20 seconds.
The GOT cannot be operated during this period.
The functions that run in the background including a screen updating, alarm, logging, scripts, and
others are also interrupted.
Since this interruption makes an impact to the system operation, it might cause failure.After checking
the light off of SD card access LED, remove the SD card.
CAUTION
If the data storage mounted on the GOT is removed while the GOT is accessed, the data storage
and files are damaged.
To remove the data storage from the GOT, check that the access to the data storage in SD card
access LED, the system signal, and others is not performed.
When inserting a SD card into the GOT, make sure to close the SD card cover.
Failure to do so causes the data not to be read or written.
When removing the SD card from the GOT, make sure to support the SD card by hand as it may pop
out.
Failure to do so may cause the SD card to drop from the GOT, resulting in a failure or break.
When inserting a USB device into a USB interface of the GOT, make sure to insert the device into
the interface firmly.
Failure to do so may cause the USB device to drop from the GOT, resulting in a failure or break.
Before removing the USB device from the GOT, follow the procedure for removal on the utility screen
of the GOT.
After the successful completion dialog is displayed, remove the USB device by hand carefully.
Failure to do so may cause the USB device to drop from the GOT, resulting in a failure or break.
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[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste.
When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations.
(Refer to the GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Hardware) for details of the battery directive in the EU
member states.)
[TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations.
(Refer to the GOT2000 Series User’s Manual (Hardware) for details of the regulated models.)
Make sure to transport the GOT main unit and/or relevant unit(s) in the manner they will not be
exposed to the impact exceeding the impact resistance described in the general specifications of this
manual, as they are precision devices.
Failure to do so may cause the unit to fail.
Check if the unit operates correctly after transportation.
When fumigants that contain halogen materials such as fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine are
used for disinfecting and protecting wooden packaging from insects, they cause malfunction when
entering our products.
Please take necessary precautions to ensure that remaining materials from fumigant do not enter
our products, or treat packaging with methods other than fumigation (heat method).
Additionally, disinfect and protect wood from insects before packing products.
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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.
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........................................................................................................................A - 1
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................A - 8
CONTENTS ..............................................................................................................................................A - 8
List of Manuals for GT Works3 ...............................................................................................................A - 11
Abbreviations and Generic Terms ..........................................................................................................A - 12
1. OVERVIEW
1.1
GOT ................................................................................................................................................. 1 - 2
1.2
Features........................................................................................................................................... 1 - 2
2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.1
Overall Configuration ....................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
2.2
How to Read the Model Name......................................................................................................... 2 - 2
2.2.1
GOT model name..................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
2.2.2
Option model name.................................................................................................................. 2 - 3
2.3
System Equipment........................................................................................................................... 2 - 4
2.3.1
GOT ......................................................................................................................................... 2 - 4
2.3.2
Extension unit........................................................................................................................... 2 - 5
2.3.3
Software ................................................................................................................................... 2 - 7
2.3.4
Option....................................................................................................................................... 2 - 8
2.3.5
Cable........................................................................................................................................ 2 - 9
2.3.6
Others .................................................................................................................................... 2 - 17
3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.1
General Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 2
3.1.1
GT27 ........................................................................................................................................ 3 - 2
3.1.2
GT23 ........................................................................................................................................ 3 - 3
3.2
Performance Specifications ............................................................................................................. 3 - 4
3.2.1
GT2712-S................................................................................................................................. 3 - 4
3.2.2
GT2710-S, GT2710-V .............................................................................................................. 3 - 6
3.2.3
GT2708-S, GT2708-V .............................................................................................................. 3 - 8
3.2.4
GT2310-V............................................................................................................................... 3 - 10
3.2.5
GT2308-V............................................................................................................................... 3 - 12
3.3
Specifications of Power Supply Section ........................................................................................ 3 - 14
3.3.1
GT27 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC .................................................................. 3 - 14
3.3.2
GT27 Input power supply 24 V DC ........................................................................................ 3 - 14
3.3.3
GT23 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC .................................................................. 3 - 15
3.3.4
GT23 Input power supply 24 V DC ........................................................................................ 3 - 15
3.4
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Battery Specifications .................................................................................................................... 3 - 16
4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
4.1
GT27................................................................................................................................................ 4 - 2
4.2
GT23................................................................................................................................................ 4 - 5
5. EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
5.1
Overview.......................................................................................................................................... 5 - 2
5.1.1
Conforming standards in the EMC Directive ............................................................................ 5 - 2
5.1.2
Conforming standards in the Low Voltage Directive ................................................................ 5 - 3
5.2
EMC Directive Requirements .......................................................................................................... 5 - 4
5.2.1
Installing the GOT on the control panel.................................................................................... 5 - 4
5.2.2
Installing a noise filter (power supply line filter)........................................................................ 5 - 5
5.2.3
System configuration................................................................................................................ 5 - 6
5.2.4
Connection of power cables and ground cables .................................................................... 5 - 11
5.2.5
Fabricating a connection cable .............................................................................................. 5 - 12
5.2.6
Grounding a cable.................................................................................................................. 5 - 18
5.3
Low Voltage Directive Requirements............................................................................................. 5 - 19
5.3.1
Power supply.......................................................................................................................... 5 - 19
5.3.2
Control panel.......................................................................................................................... 5 - 19
5.3.3
Grounding .............................................................................................................................. 5 - 20
5.3.4
External wiring........................................................................................................................ 5 - 20
6. INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
6.1
Installation Precautions.................................................................................................................... 6 - 2
6.2
Panel Cut Dimensions ..................................................................................................................... 6 - 2
6.3
Installation Position.......................................................................................................................... 6 - 3
6.4
Control Panel Inside Temperature and GOT Installation Angle....................................................... 6 - 6
6.5
Installing and Removing the GOT.................................................................................................... 6 - 6
6.5.1
Installing the GOT .................................................................................................................... 6 - 6
6.5.2
Removing the GOT .................................................................................................................. 6 - 7
6.6
Installing and Removing the Extension Unit .................................................................................... 6 - 8
6.6.1
Installing multiple extension units............................................................................................. 6 - 8
6.6.2
Removing the extension unit.................................................................................................... 6 - 9
6.7
Installing and Removing the Battery .............................................................................................. 6 - 11
6.7.1
Installing the battery ............................................................................................................... 6 - 11
6.7.2
Removing the battery ............................................................................................................. 6 - 12
6.8
Installing and Removing the SD Card............................................................................................ 6 - 14
6.8.1
Installing the SD card ............................................................................................................. 6 - 14
6.8.2
Removing the SD card ........................................................................................................... 6 - 15
6.9
Installing and Removing the USB Devices .................................................................................... 6 - 16
6.9.1
Removing the USB devices ................................................................................................... 6 - 16
6.9.2
Removing the USB devices ................................................................................................... 6 - 16
6.10 Installing and Removing the USB cable ........................................................................................ 6 - 17
6.10.1
Installing the USB cable ......................................................................................................... 6 - 17
6.10.2
Removing the USB cable ....................................................................................................... 6 - 18
7. WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
7.1
Wiring of External Power Supply ..................................................................................................... 7 - 2
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7.2
Power Supply Wiring to the GOT..................................................................................................... 7 - 3
7.3
Grounding ........................................................................................................................................ 7 - 4
7.3.1
Grounding the GOT.................................................................................................................. 7 - 4
7.3.2
Causes of wiring-related malfunction and countermeasure examples..................................... 7 - 5
7.4
Wiring Inside and Outside the Control Panel ................................................................................... 7 - 7
7.4.1
Control panel inside wiring ....................................................................................................... 7 - 7
7.4.2
Control panel outside wiring..................................................................................................... 7 - 7
7.5
Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment ...................................................................... 7 - 8
7.6
Grounding the Extension Unit .......................................................................................................... 7 - 9
7.6.1
Wiring of the FG cable of a bus connection cable.................................................................... 7 - 9
8. OPERATING THE GOT
8.1
Outline Procedure to Start the GOT ................................................................................................ 8 - 2
8.2
Creating Project Data ...................................................................................................................... 8 - 5
9. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
9.1
Daily Inspection ............................................................................................................................... 9 - 2
9.2
Periodic Inspection .......................................................................................................................... 9 - 2
9.3
Screen Cleaning Method ................................................................................................................. 9 - 4
9.4
Low-Voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement............................................................... 9 - 5
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets ............................................................................................................... 10 - 2
10.1.1
GOT status check sheet......................................................................................................... 10 - 3
10.1.2
GOT installation status check sheet....................................................................................... 10 - 8
10.1.3
System configuration check sheet ....................................................................................... 10 - 13
10.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection ..................................................................................... 10 - 14
10.2.1
Identifying the error position................................................................................................. 10 - 14
10.2.2
Narrowing the possible error positions................................................................................. 10 - 15
10.2.3
Specific example of troubleshooting .................................................................................... 10 - 16
10.3 Error Messages and System Alarms ........................................................................................... 10 - 17
10.3.1
Displayed contents............................................................................................................... 10 - 17
10.3.2
Error messages and system alarms..................................................................................... 10 - 18
11. APPENDICES
11.1
External Dimension Diagrams ....................................................................................................... 11 - 2
11.2
Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards .................................................................... 11 - 15
11.3 Transportation Precautions.......................................................................................................... 11 - 15
11.3.1
Relevant models .................................................................................................................. 11 - 15
11.3.2
Transportation guidelines..................................................................................................... 11 - 15
REVISIONS
WARRANTY
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List of Manuals for GT Works3
For the manuals related to this product, install the manuals with the drawing software.
If you need a printed manual, consult your local Mitsubishi representative or branch office.
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List of Manuals for GT Designer3(GOT2000)
(1) Screen drawing software manuals
Manual name
GT Works3 Version1 Installation Procedure Manual
GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
Manual number
(Model code)
-
GT Converter2 Version3 Operating Manual for GT Works3
SH-080862ENG
(1D7MB2)
GOT2000 Series MES Interface Function Manual for GT Works3 Version1
SH-081228ENG
(2) Connection manualss
Manual name
Manual number
(Model code)
GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Mitsubishi Products) for GT Works3 Version1
SH-081197ENG
(1D7MJ8)
GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 1) for GT Works3 Version1
SH-081198ENG
GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Non-Mitsubishi Products 2) for GT Works3 Version1
SH-081199ENG
GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (Microcomputer, MODBUS Products, Peripherals) for GT Works3 Version1
SH-081200ENG
(3) GT SoftGOT2000 manuals
Manual name
GT SoftGOT2000 Version1 Operating Manual
Manual number
(Model code)
SH-081201ENG
(4) GOT2000 manuals
Manual name
Manual number
(Model code)
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware)
SH-081194ENG
(1D7MJ5)
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
SH-081195ENG
(1D7MJ6)
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Monitor)
SH-081196ENG
(1D7MJ7)
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Abbreviations and Generic Terms
The following shows the abbreviations and generic terms used in Help.
■1.
GOT
Abbreviations and generic terms
GT27
GOT2000 Series
GT23
GT2712-S
GT2712-STBA, GT2712-STWA, GT2712-STBD, GT2712-STWD
GT2710-S
GT2710-STBA, GT2710-STBD
GT2710-V
GT2710-VTBA, GT2710-VTWA, GT2710-VTBD, GT2710-VTWD
GT2708-S
GT2708-STBA, GT2708-STBD
GT2708-V
GT2708-VTBA, GT2708-VTBD
GT2310-V
GT2310-VTBA, GT2310-VTBD
GT2308-V
GT2308-VTBA, GT2308-VTBD
GT SoftGOT2000
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Description
GT SoftGOT2000 Version1
GOT1000 Series
GOT1000 Series
GOT900 Series
GOT-A900 Series, GOT-F900 Series
GOT800 Series
GOT-800 Series
Communication unit
Abbreviations and generic terms
■3.
Description
Bus connection unit
GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2, GT15-ABUS, GT15-ABUS2, GT15-75QBUSL,
GT15-75QBUS2L, GT15-75ABUSL, GT15-75ABUS2L
Serial communication unit
GT15-RS2-9P, GT15-RS4-9S, GT15-RS4-TE
MELSECNET/H communication unit
GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13
CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit
GT15-J71GP23-SX
CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit
GT15-J71GF13-T2
CC-Link communication unit
GT15-J61BT13
Wireless LAN communication unit
GT25-WLAN
Serial multi-drop connection unit
GT01-RS4-M
Connection conversion adapter
GT10-9PT5S
Option unit
Abbreviations and generic terms
Printer unit
Video/RGB unit
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Description
GT15-PRN
Video input unit
GT27-V4-Z (A set of GT16M-V4 and GT27-IF1000)
RGB input unit
GT27-R2-Z (A set of GT16M-R2 and GT27-IF1000)
Video/RGB input unit
GT27-V4R1-Z (A set of GT16M-V4R1 and GT27-IF1000)
RGB output unit
GT27-ROUT-Z (A set of GT16M-ROUT and GT27-IF1000)
Multimedia unit
GT27-MMR-Z (A set of GT16M-MMR and GT27-IF1000)
Video signal conversion unit
GT27-IF1000
External I/O unit
GT15-DIO, GT15-DIOR
Sound output unit
GT15-SOUT
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Option
Abbreviations and generic terms
SD card
L1MEM-2GBSD, L1MEM-4GBSD
Battery
GT11-50BAT, GT11-BAT
Protective sheet
For GT27
GT25-12PSGC, GT25-10PSGC, GT25-08PSGC, GT25-12PSCC, GT2510PSCC, GT25-08PSCC, GT25-12PSCC-UC, GT25-10PSCC-UC, GT2508PSCC-UC
For GT23
GT25-10PSCC-UC, GT25-08PSCC-UC
Protective cover for oil
■5.
Description
GT20-10PCO, GT20-08PCO
USB environmental protection cover
GT25-UCOV
Stand
GT15-90STAND, GT15-80STAND, GT15-70STAND, GT15-60STAND
Attachment
GT15-70ATT-98, GT15-70ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-97, GT15-60ATT-96, GT1560ATT-87, GT15-60ATT-77
Software
(1) Software related to GOT
Abbreviations and generic terms
Description
GT Works3
SW1DNC-GTW3-J, SW1DND-GTW3-J,
SW1DNC-GTW3-E, SW1DND-GTW3-E,
SW1DND-GTW3-C
GT Designer3 Version1
Screen drawing software GT Designer3 for GOT2000/GOT1000 series
GT Designer3
GT Designer3 (GOT2000)
Screen drawing software for GOT2000 series included in GT Works3
GT Designer3 (GOT1000)
Screen drawing software for GOT1000 series included in GT Works3
GT Simulator3
Screen simulator GT Simulator3 for GOT2000/GOT1000/GOT900 series
GT SoftGOT2000
Monitoring software GT SoftGOT2000 series
GT Converter2
Data conversion software GT Converter2 for GOT1000/GOT900 series
GT Designer2 Classic
Screen drawing software GT Designer2 Classic for GOT900 series
GT Designer2
Screen drawing software GT Designer2 for GOT1000/GOT900 series
DU/WIN
Screen drawing software FX-PCS-DU/WIN for GOT-F900 series
(2) Software related to iQ Works
Abbreviations and generic terms
Description
iQ Works
Abbreviation of iQ Platform compatible engineering environment MELSOFT
iQ Works
MELSOFT Navigator
Generic term for integrated development environment software included in the
SW DNC-IQWK (iQ Platform compatible engineering environment MELSOFT
iQ Works)
(□ indicates a version.)
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(3) Other software
Abbreviations and generic terms
■6.
Description
GX Works2
SW□DNC-GXW2-J (-JA, -JAZ) type programmable controller engineering
software
(□ indicates a version.)
GX Simulator2
GX Works2 with the simulation function
GX Simulator
SW□D5C-LLT-J (-JV) type ladder logic test tool function software package
(SW5D5C-LLT (-V) or later versions)
(□ indicates a version.)
GX Developer
SW□D5C-GPPW-J (-JV)/SW□D5F-GPPW (-V) type software package
(□ indicates a version.)
GX LogViewer
SW□DNN-VIEWER-J type software package
(□ indicates a version.)
PX Developer
SW□D5C-FBDQ-J type FBD software package for process control
(□ indicates a version.)
MT Works2
Motion controller engineering environment MELSOFT MT Works2(SW□DNCMTW2-J)
(□ indicates a version.)
MT Developer
SW□RNC-GSV type integrated start-up support software for motion controller
Q series
(□ indicates a version.)
MR Configurator2
SW□DNC-MRC2-J type servo configuration software
(□ indicates a version.)
MR Configurator
MRZJW□-SETUP type servo configuration software
(□ indicates a version.)
FR Configurator
Inverter setup software (FR-SW□-SETUP-WJ)
(□ indicates a version.)
NC Configurator
CNC parameter setting support tool NC Configurator
FX Configurator-FP
Parameter setting, monitoring, and testing software packages for FX3U20SSC-H (SW□D5CFXSSCJ)
(□ indicates a version.)
FX3U-ENET-L Configuration tool
FX3U-ENET-L type Ethernet module setting software (SW1D5-FXENETL-J)
RT ToolBox2
Robot program creation software (3D-11C-WINJ)
MX Component
MX Component Version□(SW□D5C-ACT-J, SW□D5C-ACT-JA)
(□ indicates a version.)
MX Sheet
MX Sheet Version□(SW□D5C-SHEET-J, SW□D5C-SHEET-JA)
(□ indicates a version.)
QnUDVCPU·LCPU Logging Configuration Tool
QnUDVCPU·LCPU logging configuration tool (SW1DNN-LLUTL-J)
License key (for GT SoftGOT2000)
Abbreviations and generic terms
License key
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Description
GT27-SGTKEY-U
■7.
Others
Abbreviations and generic terms
IAI
Description
IAI Corporation
AZBIL
Azbil Corporation
OMRON
OMRON Corporation
KEYENCE
KEYENCE CORPORATION
KOYO EI
KOYO ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
JTEKT
JTEKT Corporation
SHARP
Sharp Manufacturing Systems Corporation
SHINKO
Shinko Technos Co., Ltd.
CHINO
CHINO CORPORATION
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
TOSHIBA MACHINE
TOSHIBA MACHINE CO., LTD.
PANASONIC
Panasonic Corporation
PANASONIC IDS
Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.
HITACHI IES
Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
HITACHI
Hitachi, Ltd.
FUJI ELECTRIC
FUJI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
YASKAWA
YASKAWA Electric Corporation
YOKOGAWA
Yokogawa Electric Corporation
RKC
RKC INSTRUMENT INC.
ALLEN-BRADLEY
Allen-Bradley products manufactured by Rockwell Automation, Inc.
GE IP
GE Intelligent Platforms KK
LS IS
LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd.
SCHNEIDER
Schneider Electric SA
SICK
SICK AG
SIEMENS
Siemens AG
PLC
Programmable controller manufactured by each corporation
Control equipment
Control equipment manufactured by each corporation
Temperature controller
Temperature controller manufactured by each corporation
Indicating controller
Indicating controller manufactured by each corporation
Controller
Controller manufactured by each corporation
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OVERVIEW
1
1. OVERVIEW
1.1
GOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 2
1.2
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 2
1-1
1.1
GOT
The GOT is a device connected to a PLC and others to operate switches and to display lamps, data, and messages.
Install the GOT on the panel surface of a control panel or an operating panel.
Monitoring device values
Data input, switch operation
PLC
1.2
GOT2000
Features
■1. Abundant standard equipment
(1) Variety of connections with FA devices
The GOT2000 series includes Ethernet, RS-232, and RS-422/485 communication interfaces as standard.
Connections with various FA devices are available without an additional extension unit.
(2) SD card interface compatible with a large-capacity SDHC card allowing high-speed
communication
The SD card interface equipped as standard is compatible with the SD card and the SDHC card.
You can use the SDHC card having a large capacity and allowing high-speed communication for a data storage.
(3) Connection with various peripheral devices with the USB host
You can connect the GOT to various peripheral devices with the USB host (standard equipment).
Using a USB memory, USB mouse, USB keyboard, and others improves your convenience.
■2. Improved usability
(1) Abundant troubleshooting functions
Abundant diagnosis functions and guidance displays reduce the time required for startup or troubleshooting.
(2) Easy and simple screen creation
You can create screens easily using GT Designer3 Version1.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
(3) Personal computer-like operation screen
PC-like operation screens enables intuitive operation.
(4) Multi-touch function, Gesture function
Characters can be scaled by pinch-in/out with fingers. Also, screens can be scrolled with a flick operation.
■3. Enhanced compatibility with Mitsubishi FA devices
The sequence program monitor function enables enhanced compatibility with Mitsubishi FA devices.
You can save programs and data of Mitsubishi FA devices (such as PLCs) to a SD card using the backup/restore
function.
■4. Easy replacement
Since the existing project data is compatible with the GOT2000 series, you can replace an existing model with the
GOT2000 series model easily.
Additionally, since the panel cut dimensions for the GOT2000 series are the same as those for the GOT1000 series,
the control panel is not required to be reworked.
■5. LED backlight
Since the GOT adopts a long-life LED backlight, you do not have to replace the backlight.
■6. Support for external controllers including those handling multimedia and video
Video signals can be input or output with the combination of the GOT and an extension unit for multimedia.
■7. Support for abundant functions
The GOT supports abundant functions such as the recipe function, the alarm function, operation logs, and operator
authentication.
1-2
1.1 GOT
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2
2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.1
Overall Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 2
2.2
How to Read the Model Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 2
2.3
System Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 4
2-1
2.1
Overall Configuration
The following shows the overall configuration of the GOT2000 series.
Devices for drawing, setting, and data collection
Personal
computer
(Commercially
available)
SD card
USB
memory
External
memory
GT Works3
Drawing
software
GOT2000
Optional device
Peripheral device
SD card
Battery
Barcode
reader
(Commercially
available)
Memory card
reader/writer
(Commercially
available)
USB memory
(Commercially
available)
Protective
sheet
RFID
controller
(Commercially
available)
2D code reader
(Commercially
available)
Stand
USB mouse
(Commercially
available)
USB keyboard
(Commercially
available)
Extension unit
Communication
unit
Protective
cover for oil
Option unit
2.2
2.2.1
How to Read the Model Name
GOT model name
GT27 12 - S T B A
Symbol Screen size
Symbol
Model
Symbol
Resolution
Symbol
Display section
GT27
GT27
12
12.1"
S
SVGA
T
TFT color
GT23
GT23
10
10.4"
V
VGA
08
8.4"
2-2
2.1 Overall Configuration
Symbol Panel color
Symbol
Power type
B
Black
A
100 V AC to 240 V AC
W
White
D
24 V DC
2.2.2
Option model name
■1. Extension unit and option dedicated to the GOT2000 series
2
Symbol
Model
Symbol
Screen size
27
Dedicated for GT27
12
12.1"
25
Dedicated for GT27
10
10.4"
23
Dedicated for GT23
08
8.4"
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
GT** - ** ****
None Common for all sizes
20 Common for all models
■2. Option unit for the GOT1000 series and GOT2000 series
GT** - ** ****
Symbol
Model
Symbol
Screen size
80
Dedicated for 12.1"
15
Common for
GT27/GT23/GT16/GT15
(Partially dedicated for GT15)
75
Dedicated for 12.1"
70
Dedicated for 10.4"
60
Dedicated for 8.4"
50
Dedicated for 5.7"
None Common for all sizes
■3. Communication cable for the GOT1000 series and GOT2000 series
GT09 - C*** ** ** ** - n*
GT09
Symbol Length
Symbol Non-Mitsubishi manufacturer
06
0.6 m
01
OMRON
12
1.2 m
02
For YASKAWA products
30
3m
03
For YOKOGAWA products
50
5m
04
For HITACHI IES products
For TOSHIBA products
Symbol No. of connector pins
4
100
10 m
05
150
15 m
06
For SHARP products
200
20 m
250
25 m
07
For ALLEN-BRADLEY
products
300
30 m
350
35 m
25
4-pin
…
Description
Non-Mitsubishi PLC
connection cable
(Commonly used for
GT27, GT23, GT16,
GT15, and GT11)
…
Symbol
25-pin
(The number of terminals for
solderless or preparatory-soldered
terminals.)
08
For SIEMENS PLC
09
For Panasonic IDS
products
Symbol
10
For FUJI FA products
P
Plug (male)
11
For KEYENCE products
S
Socket (female)
Connector pin type
of connection target
12
For JTEKT products
T
Solderless terminal
13
For HITACHI products
C
Preparatory soldering
(Non-Mitsubishi PLC side)
Symbol
Description
R4
Dedicated for RS-422
R2
Dedicated for RS-232
Symbol
Non-Mitsubishi manufacturer No.
When cable distinction is required for one manufacturer's products
Example) When wirings are different for each PLC type
When connection targets are different, such as servo,
inverter, and temperature controller
2.2 How to Read the Model Name
2-3
2.3
System Equipment
The following shows the system equipment of the GOT2000 series.
2.3.1
GOT
■1. GT27
Classification
Model
Screen size
Display
section
Display
color
GT2712-STBA
GT2712
GT2712-STBD
GT2712-STWA
Black
12.1" SVGA
White
GT2712-STWD
GT2710-STBA
GT2710-STBD
GT27
GT2710
GT2710-VTWA
Black
TFT color
65536
colors
GT2708
GT2708-STBD
GT2708-VTBA
GT2708-VTBD
Remarks
AC
DC
AC
DC
DC
AC
DC
10.4" VGA
White
GT2710-VTWD
GT2708-STBA
Power
AC
10.4" SVGA
GT2710-VTBA
GT2710-VTBD
Panel
color
AC
Multimedia/Video/
RGB compatible
Multi-touch
compatible
DC
AC
8.4" SVGA
Black
8.4" VGA
DC
AC
DC
■2. GT23
Classification
GT2310
GT23
GT2308
2-4
Model
GT2310-VTBA
GT2310-VTBD
GT2308-VTBA
GT2308-VTBD
2.3 System Equipment
Screen size
Display
section
Display
color
Panel
color
Remarks
AC
10.4" VGA
TFT color
8.4" VGA
Power
65536
colors
Black
DC
AC
DC
-
2.3.2
Extension unit
■1. Communication unit
Model
model
Specifications
GT27
GT23
GT15-RS2-9P
RS-232 serial communication unit (D-sub 9-pin:
female)
○
-
GT15-RS4-9S
RS-422/485 serial communication unit (D-sub 9-pin:
female)*1*2
○
-
GT15-RS4-TE
RS-422/485 serial communication unit (terminal
block)*1
Can be used only when connected with temperature
controllers/indicating controllers by RS-485
connection or at the GOT multi-drop connection
○
-
GT15-QBUS
QBUS connection (1ch) unit standard model
○
-
GT15-QBUS2
QBUS connection (2ch) unit standard model
○
-
GT15-ABUS
ABUS connection (1ch) unit standard model
○
-
GT15-ABUS2
ABUS connection (2ch) unit standard model
○
-
GT15-75QBUSL
QBUS connection (1ch) unit slim model*3
○
-
GT15-75QBUS2L
QBUS connection (2ch) unit slim model*3
○
-
GT15-75ABUSL
ABUS connection (1ch) unit slim model*3
○
-
GT15-75ABUS2L
ABUS connection (2ch) unit slim model*3
○
-
GT15-J71LP23-25
Normal station unit (optical loop)
○
-
GT15-J71BR13
Normal station unit (coaxial bus)
○
-
CC-Link IE Controller Network
communication unit
GT15-J71GP23-SX
Normal station unit (optical loop)
○
-
CC-Link IE Field Network
communication unit
GT15-J71GF13-T2
Intelligent device station unit
○
-
CC-Link communication unit
GT15-J61BT13
Intelligent device station unit CC-Link Ver. 2 compliant
○
-
Wireless LAN Communication
Unit
GT25-WLAN
IEEE802.11b/g/n compliant,built-in antenna,station
(wireless LAN adapter),connection to personal
computer,for Japanese domestic use
○
-
Serial multi-drop connection unit
GT01-RS4-M
For GOT multi-drop connection
○
-
Serial communication unit
Bus connection unit
MELSECNET/H communication
unit
*1
*2
*3
May not be able to be used depending on the connection target. For details, refer to GOT2000 Series Connection Manual.
Cannot be used when connected with temperature controllers by RS-485 (2-wire type) connection.
Cannot be used overlapping other units.
2.3 System Equipment
2-5
2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Supported
Product name
■2. Option unit
Supported
Product name
Model
GT27
GT23
Printer unit
GT15-PRN
USB slave (PictBridge) for printer connection, 1ch
Cable for connection between printer unit and printer (3m)
included
○
-
Multimedia unit
GT27-MMR-Z
For video input (NTSC/PAL), 1 channel, recording video/playing
video files
○
-
Video input unit
GT27-V4-Z
For video input (NTSC/PAL), 4 channels
○
-
RGB input unit
GT27-R2-Z
For analog RGB input, 2 channels
○
-
Video/RGB input unit
GT27-V4R1-Z
For video input (NTSC/PAL), 4 channels/analog RGB, 1
channel input
○
-
RGB output unit
GT27-ROUT-Z
For analog RGB output, 1 channel
○
-
Sound output unit
GT15-SOUT
For sound output (φ3.5 stereo pin jack)
○
-
GT15-DIOR
For connecting an external I/O device and an operation panel
(Negative common input, source type output)
○
-
GT15-DIO
For connecting an external I/O device and an operation panel
(Positive common input, sink type output)
○
-
External I/O unit
2-6
model
Specifications
2.3 System Equipment
2.3.3
Software
■1. Software
Model name
HMI screen design
SW1DND-GTWK3-E
software
SW1DND-GTWK3-EA
MELSOFT GT
Standard license product
English
version
SW1DND-GTWK3-EAZ
Works3*1
2
Contents
Multiple-license product*2
DVD product
Additional license product*2*7
FA Integrated
Engineering Software
MELSOFT iQ Workss
Standard license product (Version1.77F or
later)
SW1DND-IQWK-E
English
version
GT27-SGTKEY-U
USB port licence key
GT25-PCRAKEY
1 license
GT25-VNCSKEY
1 license (License for GOT remote access function)
DVD product
*1*3*4
License key for GT
SoftGOT2000*5
PC remote operation
function (Ethernet)
license*6
VNC server function
license6
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
CD-ROM product is also available. For inquiries, please contact your local sales office.
The desired number of licenses (2 or more) can be purchased. For details, please contact your local sales office.
Multiple-license product and additional license product are also available. For more details, please refer to the MELSOFT iQ
Works catalog (L(NA)08232).
The product includes the following software.
• System Management Software [MELSOFT Navigator]
• Programmable Controller Engineering Software [MELSOFT GX Works2]
• Motion Controller Engineering Software [MELSOFT MT Works2]
• Servo Setup Software [MELSOFT MR Configurator2]
• Screen Design Software for Graphic Operation Terminal [MELSOFT GT Works3]
• Robot Programming Software [MELSOFT RT ToolBox2 mini]
To use GT SoftGOT2000, a license key for GT SoftGOT2000 is necessary for each personal computer.
1 license is required for 1 GOT unit.
This product does not include the DVD-ROM. Only the license certificate with the product ID No. is issued.
2.3 System Equipment
2-7
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Product name
2.3.4
Option
Product name
Model
GT25-12PSGC
Protective sheet*1
USB environmental protection
cover
Protective cover for oil
Stand
SD card
Memory card
CF card
Memory card adaptor
Description
For 12.1"
GT25-10PSGC
For 10.4"
GT25-08PSGC
For 8.4"
GT25-12PSCC
For 12.1"
GT27
GT23
○
-
○
-
○
-
○
-
○
-
○
-
Surface treatment: antiglare
Sheet color: transparent
USB environmental protection cover part:
with panel opening
Number of sheets: 5 sheets
Surface treatment: clear
Sheet color: transparent
GT25-10PSCC
For 10.4"
GT25-08PSCC
For 8.4"
GT25-12PSCC-UC
For 12.1"
Surface treatment: clear
○
-
GT25-10PSCC-UC
For 10.4"
Sheet color: transparent
○
○
GT25-08PSCC-UC
For 8.4"
without panel opening
○
○
GT25-UCOV
Environmental protection cover for the USB interface on
the GOT front face (for replacement)
○
-
GT20-12PCO
For 12.1"
○
-
GT20-10PCO
For 10.4"
○
○
GT20-08PCO
For 8.4"
○
○
GT15-80STAND
For 12.1"
○
-
GT15-70STAND
For 10.4"/8.4"
○
○
L1MEM-2GBSD
SD memory card for GOT, 2 GB
○
○
L1MEM-4GBSD
SDHC memory card for GOT, 4 GB
○
○
GT05-MEM-128MC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 128 MB
○
-
GT05-MEM-256MC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 256 MB
○
-
GT05-MEM-512MC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 512 MB
○
-
GT05-MEM-1GC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 1 GB
○
-
GT05-MEM-2GC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 2 GB
○
-
GT05-MEM-4GC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 4 GB
○
-
GT05-MEM-8GC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 8 GB
○
○
GT05-MEM-16GC
CF card for GT27-MMR-Z, 16 GB
○
○
○
-
○
○
○
○
GT05-MEM-ADPC
GT15-70ATT-87
USB environmental protection cover part:
with panel opening
Number of sheets: 5 sheets
USB environmental protection cover part:
Number of sheets: 5 sheets
Conversion adapter from CF card for GT27-MMR-Z to
memory card (TYPE II)
For replacing GT168□, GT158□, A985GOT
GT15-70ATT-98
Attachment
Supported model
For 10.4"
A870GOT-SWS/TWS,
For replacing A8GT-70GOT-TB/TW/SB/SW
GT15-60ATT-97
For replacing GT167□, GT157□, A97□GOT
○
○
GT15-60ATT-96
For replacing A960GOT
○
○
○
○
○
○
For replacing A870GOT-EWS, A8GTGT15-60ATT-87
For 8.4"
70GOT-EB/EW, A77GOT-EL, A77GOT-ELS5/S3
GT15-60ATT-77
Battery
GT11-50BAT
*1
2-8
For replacing A77GOT-CL, A77GOT-CL-S5/
S3, A77GOT-L, A77GOT-L-S5/S3
Backup for clock data and maintenance time notification
○(For
data (for replacement)
replacement)
○(Option)
White panel color model does not have a USB interface at the front. Use a product whose USB environmental protection cover
part is without panel opening.
2.3 System Equipment
2.3.5
Cable
■1. Cable for MITSUBISHI PLC
QCPU
QCPU connection
cable
GOT-to-GOT
connection cable
Bus
connection
cable
QCPU connection
cable
GOT-to-GOT
connection cable
(long distance)
Bus extension connector box
Bus connection cable
Ferrite core
RS-485 terminal block conversion
unit
Model
Cable
length
GT15-QC06B
0.6 m
GT15-QC12B
1.2 m
GT15-QC30B
3m
GT15-QC50B
5m
GT15-QC100B
10 m
GT15-QC150BS
15 m
GT15-QC200BS
20 m
GT15-QC250BS
25 m
GT15-QC300BS
30 m
GT15-QC350BS
35 m
A9GT-QCNB
GT15-QFC
-
-
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL05
0.5 m
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL10
1m
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL20
FA-CNV2402CBL
FA-CNV2405CBL
0.5 m
GT27
GT23
QCPU ←→ GOT
GOT ←→ GOT
○
-
○
For connecting the QCPU and
GOT (long distance), A9GT-QCNB
is required
For connecting the GOT and GOT
(long distance)
○
-
-
Connect the connector box to the
main base unit of PLC when
connecting the QCPU and GOT
(long distance).
○
-
-
Attach a ferrite core to the GOTA900 bus connection cable when
an existing GOT-A900 is replaced
with a GOT2000. (two ferrite
cores/set)
○
-
○
RS-485 terminal block conversion
unit
With a cable for connecting RS422/485 (connector) of GOT2000
and a RS-485 terminal block
conversion unit
○
-
○
Between QCPU/L02SCPU(-P)
and RS-422 cable (GT01-C□R425P)
Between L6ADP-R2 and RS-422
cable (GT01-C□R4-25P)
[MINI-DIN6 pin and D-sub 25-pin]
○
○
0.2 m
2
Specifications
○
2m
RS-422 conversion cable
Supported
model
2.3 System Equipment
2-9
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Product name
Reco
mme
nded
produ
ct*1
Product name
QnA/A/FXCPU direct
connection cable
Model
Cable
length
GT01-C30R4-25P
3m
GT01-C100R4-25P
10 m
GT01-C200R4-25P
20 m
Computer link
connection cable
CC-Link (G4)
connection cable
RS-422
Cable
Computer link
connection cable
FXCPU direct
connection cable
Q/LCPU direct
connection cable
FXCPU direct
connection cable
RS-232
cable
FXCPU direct
connection cable
GT01-C300R4-25P
30 m
GT09-C30R4-6C
3m
GT09-C100R4-6C
10 m
GT09-C200R4-6C
20 m
GT09-C300R4-6C
30 m
GT01-C10R4-8P
1m
GT01-C30R4-8P
3m
GT01-C100R4-8P
10 m
GT01-C200R4-8P
20 m
GT01-C300R4-8P
30 m
GT01-C30R2-6P
GT01-C30R2-9S
GT01-C30R2-25P
3m
3m
3m
Reco
mme
nded
produ
ct*1
3m
GT23
-
For connecting the QnA/ACPU/
FXCPU/motion controller (A
series) and GOT
For connecting the RS-422
connector conversion cable (FACNV□CBL) and GOT
For connecting a Serial
communication module and GOT
For connecting a Peripheral
connection module (AJ65BT-G4S3) and GOT
[D-sub 25-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
○
For connecting a Serial
communication module and GOT
For connecting a Computer link
module and GOT
[Separate wire ←→ D-sub 9-pin]
○
○
-
For connecting the FXCPU and
GOT
For connecting the FXCPU
communication function extension
board and GOT
[MINI-DIN 8-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
-
For connecting the Q/LCPU and
GOT
For connecting L6ADP-R2 and
GOT/personal computer (GT
SoftGOT2000)
[MINI-DIN 6-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
-
For connecting an FXCPU
communication function extension
board and GOT/personal
computer (GT SoftGOT2000)
For connecting an FXCPU
communication function adapter
and GOT/personal computer (GT
SoftGOT2000)
[D-sub 9-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
-
For connecting an FXCPU
communication function adapter
and GOT/personal computer (GT
SoftGOT2000)
[D-sub 25-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
○
For connecting a Serial
communication module and GOT
For connecting a Computer link
module and GOT
For connecting a Peripheral
connection module (AJ65BT-R2N)
and GOT
[D-sub 9-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
○
For connecting a Serial
communication module and GOT
For connecting a Computer link
module and GOT
[D-sub 25-pin ←→ D-sub 9 pin]
○
○
CC-Link (G4)
connection cable
Computer link
connection cable
2 - 10
GT09-C30R2-25P
2.3 System Equipment
3m
Specifications
GT27
Computer link
connection cable
GT09-C30R2-9P
Supported
model
Cable
length
Model
Supported
model
Specifications
GT27
GT23
○
-
Conversion cable for connecting
External I/O unit
GT15-C03HTB
0.3 m
○
For connecting an External I/O
unit (GT15-DIO) and external I/O
interface unit (A8GT-C05TK,
A8GT-C30TB, user-fabricated
cable) for GOT-A900
Analog RGB cable
GT15-C50VG
5m
○
For connecting an external
monitor/personal computer/vision
sensor and GOT
○
○
○
For connecting a personal
computer (Screen creation
software) and GOT
For connecting a personal
computer (GT SoftGOT2000) and
QnU/L/FXCPU
For connecting a PictBridgecompatible printer and printer unit
(GT15-PRN)
[USB-A ←→ USB Mini-B]
○
○
USB cable
Data transfer cable
Printer connection
cable
*1
GT09-C30USB-5P
3m
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL□, FA-CNV240□CBL are developed by Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Company Limited and sold through
your local sales office.
The other products listed are developed by Mitsubishi Electric Systems & Service Co., LTD. and sold through your local sales
office.
■2. Cable for OMRON PLC
Product name
Model
Cable
Specifications
length
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
For connecting an OMRON PLC/serial
GT09-C30R20101-9P
3m
communication module/communication board
and GOT
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
For connecting an OMRON connection cable
GT09-C30R20102-25S
3m
GT09-C30R20103-25P
3m
GT09-C30R40101-9P
3m
GT09-C100R40101-9P
10 m
GT09-C200R40101-9P
20 m
GT09-C300R40101-9P
30 m
GT09-C30R40102-9P
3m
GT09-C100R40102-9P
10 m
For connecting an OMRON rack type host link
GT09-C200R40102-9P
20 m
unit and GOT
GT09-C300R40102-9P
30 m
GT09-C30R40103-5T
3m
GT09-C100R40103-5T
10 m
For connecting an OMRON communication
GT09-C200R40103-5T
20 m
board and GOT
GT09-C300R40103-5T
30 m
and GOT
For connecting an OMRON rack type host link
unit and GOT
For connecting an OMRON PLC/serial
communication module/serial communication
board and GOT
2.3 System Equipment
2 - 11
2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Product name
Reco
mme
nded
produ
ct*1
■3. Cable for KEYENCE PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
2 - 12
Model
Cable
length
Specifications
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
GT09-C30R21101-6P
3m
For connecting a KEYENCE PLC and GOT
○
○
GT09-C30R21102-9S
3m
For connecting a KEYENCE multi-
○
○
GT09-C30R21103-3T
3m
communication unit and GOT
○
○
GT09-C30R41101-5T
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R41101-5T
10 m
For connecting a KEYENCE multi-
○
○
GT09-C200R41101-5T
20 m
communication unit and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R41101-5T
30 m
○
○
2.3 System Equipment
■4. Cable for SHARP PLC
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
Cable
Specifications
length
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20601-15P
3m
GT09-C30R20602-15P
3m
GT09-C30R40601-15P
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40601-15P
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40601-15P
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40601-15P
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40602-15P
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40602-15P
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40602-15P
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40602-15P
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40603-6T
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40603-6T
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40603-6T
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40603-6T
30 m
○
○
For connecting a SHARP PLC and GOT
For connecting a SHARP PLC and GOT
■5. Cable for JTEKT PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
Cable
Specifications
length
GT09-C30R21201-25P
3m
GT09-C30R41201-6C
3m
GT09-C100R41201-6C
10 m
GT09-C200R41201-6C
20 m
GT09-C300R41201-6C
30m
For connecting a JTEKT PLC and GOT
For connecting a JTEKT PLC and GOT
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
■6. Cable for SHINKO indicating controller
Product name
RS-232 cable
Model
GT09-C30R21401-4T
Cable
Specifications
length
3m
For connecting a SHINKO indicating controller
and GOT
2.3 System Equipment
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
2 - 13
2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Product name
■7. Cable for TOSHIBA PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
Cable
length
Specifications
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20501-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20502-15P
3m
GT09-C30R40501-15P
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40501-15P
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40501-15P
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40501-15P
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40502-6C
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40502-6C
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40502-6C
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40502-6C
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40503-15P
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40503-15P
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40503-15P
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40503-15P
30 m
○
○
Cable
Supported
model
For connecting a TOSHIBA PLC and GOT
For connecting a TOSHIBA PLC and GOT
■8. Cable for HITACHI IES PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
length
Specifications
For connecting a HITACHI IES PLC/intelligent
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20401-15P
3m
GT09-C30R20402-15P
3m
GT09-C30R40401-7T
3m
GT09-C100R40401-7T
10 m
For connecting a HITACHI IES intelligent serial
○
○
GT09-C200R40401-7T
20 m
port module and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R40401-7T
30 m
○
○
serial port module and GOT
For connecting a HITACHI IES PLC and GOT
■9. Cable for HITACHI PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
2 - 14
Model
Cable
length
Specifications
For connecting a HITACHI communication
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R21301-9S
3m
GT09-C30R41301-9S
3m
GT09-C100R41301-9S
10 m
For connecting a HITACHI PLC/
○
○
GT09-C200R41301-9S
20 m
communication module and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R41301-9S
30 m
○
○
2.3 System Equipment
module and GOT
■10. Cable for FUJI FA PLC
Product name
Model
Cable
Specifications
length
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
2
RS-232 cable
GT09-C30R21003-25P
3m
card/RS-232C interface capsule/RS-485
interface capsule/general-purpose interface
module and GOT
GT09-C30R41001-6T
RS-422 cable
3m
For connecting a FUJI FA RS-232C interface
GT09-C100R41001-6T
10 m
GT09-C200R41001-6T
20 m
GT09-C300R41001-6T
30 m
○
Cable
Supported
model
capsule/485 interface capsule/generalpurpose interface module and GOT
■11. Cable for Panasonic IDS PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
Model
Specifications
length
For connecting a Panasonic IDS RS422/
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20901-25P
3m
GT09-C30R20902-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20903-9P
3m
For connecting a Panasonic IDS PLC and
○
○
3m
GOT
○
○
GT09-C30R20904-3C
RS232C conversion adapter and GOT
For connecting a Panasonic IDS PLC/
computer communication unit and GOT
■12. Cable for YASKAWA PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
Cable
length
Specifications
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20201-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20202-15P
3m
GT09-C30R20203-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20204-14P
3m
GT09-C30R20205-25P
3m
GT09-C30R40201-9P
3m
GT09-C100R40201-9P
10 m
For connecting a YASKAWA MEMOBUS
○
○
GT09-C200R40201-9P
20 m
module and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R40201-9P
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40202-14P
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40202-14P
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40202-14P
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40202-14P
30 m
○
○
For connecting a YASKAWA PLC and GOT
For connecting a YASKAWA MEMOBUS
module and GOT
For connecting a YASKAWA PLC and GOT
2.3 System Equipment
2 - 15
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
For connecting a FUJI FA RS-232C interface
■13. Cable for YOKOGAWA PLC and temperature controller
Product name
RS-232 cable
RS-422 cable
Model
Cable
Specifications
length
For connecting a YOKOGAWA CPU port/D-
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
GT09-C30R20301-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20302-9P
3m
GT09-C30R20304-9S
3m
GT09-C30R20305-9S
3m
GT09-C30R40301-6T
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40301-6T
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40301-6T
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40301-6T
30 m
For connecting a YOKOGAWA PC link module
○
○
GT09-C30R40302-6T
3m
and GOT
○
○
GT09-C100R40302-6T
10 m
○
○
GT09-C200R40302-6T
20 m
○
○
GT09-C300R40302-6T
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40303-6T
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40303-6T
10 m
For connecting a YOKOGAWA temperature
○
○
GT09-C200R40303-6T
20 m
controller (GREEN series) and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R40303-6T
30 m
○
○
GT09-C30R40304-6T
3m
○
○
GT09-C100R40304-6T
10 m
For connecting a YOKOGAWA temperature
○
○
GT09-C200R40304-6T
20 m
controller (UT2000 series) and GOT
○
○
GT09-C300R40304-6T
30 m
○
○
Cable
Supported
model
sub 9-pin conversion cable and GOT
For connecting a YOKOGAWA PC link module
and GOT
For connection a YOKOGAWA converter
(ML2-□) and GOT
For connecting a YOKOGAWA PLC and GOT
■14. ALLEN-BRADLEY PLC cables
Product name
RS-232 cable
Model
GT09-C30R20701-9S
Specifications
length
3m
For connecting an ALLEN-BRADLEY PLC and
GOT
GT27
GT23
○
○
■15. Cable for SIEMENS PLC
Product name
RS-232 cable
2 - 16
Model
GT09-C30R20801-9S
2.3 System Equipment
Cable
Specifications
length
3m
For connecting a SIEMENS HMI Adapter and
GOT
Supported
model
GT27
GT23
○
○
2.3.6
Others
■1. Peripheral device
2
Of the following peripheral devices, you can use some models that we validated.
For the validated models expect the SD cads, refer to Technical News.
➠ List of valid devices applicable for GOT2000 series (GOT-A-0064)
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
For the validated models of the SD cads, refer to Technical News.
➠ Information of valid Non-Mitsubishi SD cards applicable for GOT2000 series(GOT-A-0065)
For Technical News, go to the Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Global Website.
http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/fa/
Product name
Barcode reader
RS-232 connection
2D code reader
RS-232 connection
RFID controller
RS-232 connection
Overview
USB mouse
USB keyboard
Memory card reader/writer
SD card
Commercially available product
USB memory
Hub
Wireless LAN access point
Video camera
Speaker
2.3 System Equipment
2 - 17
2 - 18
2.3 System Equipment
SPECIFICATIONS
3
3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.1
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2
3.2
Performance Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 4
3.3
Specifications of Power Supply Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 14
3.4
Battery Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 16
3-1
3.1
General Specifications
The following shows the general specifications of the GOT.
3.1.1
GT27
Item
Specifications
Operating ambient
temperature*1
0 °C to 55 °C*2
Storage ambient temperature
-20°C to 60°C
Operating ambient humidity
10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing
Storage ambient humidity
10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing
Compliant with
JIS B3502 and
IEC61131-2
Vibration resistance
Shock resistant
Under
intermittent
vibration
Under
continuous
vibration
Frequency
Acceleration
5 to 8.4 Hz
-
8.4 to 150 Hz
9.8 m/s2
5 to 8.4 Hz
-
8.4 to 150 Hz
4.9 m/s2
Sweep count
3.5 mm
10 times in
each X, Y, or Z
direction
1.75 mm
-
Compliant with JIS B3502 and IEC61131-2 147m/s2 (15G) Three times in each X, Y, or Z direction
Operating atmosphere
No greasy fumes, corrosive gas, flammable gas, excessive conductive dust,
and direct sunlight (as well as at storage)
Operating altitude*3
2000 m or less
Installation location
Inside control panel
Overvoltage category*4
II or less
Pollution degree*5
2 or less
Cooling method
Self-cooling
Grounding with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less
Grounding
If impossible, perform grounding to the control panel.
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
3-2
Half amplitude
The operating ambient temperature indicates the temperature inside the enclosure of the control panel to which the GOT is
installed.
When the multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z), the MELSECNET/H communication unit (GT15-J71LP23-25 or GT15-J71BR13), or
the CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) is installed, the maximum temperature of the operating ambient temperature is
50 °C.
Do not use or store the GOT under pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure of altitude 0 m.
Doing so may cause a malfunction.
When an air purge is made inside the control panel by adding pressure, there may be a clearance between the surface sheet and
the screen, making you difficult to use the touch panel, or the sheet may come off.
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 withstand surge voltage for the equipment with the rated voltage up to 300 V is 2500 V.
This indicates the occurrence rate of conductive material in an environment where a device is used. Pollution degree 2 indicates
an environment where only non-conductive pollution occurs normally and a temporary conductivity caused by condensation shall
be expected depending on the conditions.
3.1 General Specifications
GT23
Item
Specifications
Operating ambient
temperature*1
0 °C to 55 °C*2
Storage ambient temperature
-20 °C to 60 °C
Operating ambient humidity
10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing*2
Storage ambient humidity
10% RH to 90% RH, non-condensing*2
Compliant with
Vibration resistance
JIS B3502 and
IEC61131-2
Shock resistant
3
Frequency
Acceleration
Half amplitude
Sweep count
Under
intermittent
vibration
5 to 8.4 Hz
-
3.5 mm
8.4 to 150 Hz
9.8 m/s2
-
10 times in
each X, Y, or Z
direction
Under
continuous
vibration
5 to 8.4Hz
-
1.75 mm
8.4 to 150 Hz
4.9 m/s2
-
Compliant with JIS B3502 and IEC61131-2 147m/s2 (15G) Three times in each X, Y, or Z direction
Operating atmosphere
No greasy fumes, corrosive gas, flammable gas, excessive conductive dust,
and direct sunlight (as well as at storage)
Operating altitude*3
2000 m or less
Installation location
Inside control panel
Overvoltage category*4
II or less
Pollution degree*5
2 or less
Cooling method
Self-cooling
Grounding with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less
Grounding
If impossible, perform grounding to the control panel.
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
The operating ambient temperature indicates the temperature inside the enclosure of the control panel to which the GOT is
installed.
If the ambient temperature exceeds 40 °C, the absolute humidity must not exceed 90% at 40 °C.
Do not use or store the GOT under pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure of altitude 0 m.
Doing so may cause a malfunction.
When an air purge is made inside the control panel by adding pressure, there may be a clearance between the surface sheet and
the screen, making you difficult to use the touch panel, or the sheet may come off.
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 withstand surge voltage for the equipment with the rated voltage up to 300 V is 2500 V.
This indicates the occurrence rate of conductive material in an environment where a device is used. Pollution degree 2 indicates
an environment where only non-conductive pollution occurs normally and a temporary conductivity caused by condensation shall
be expected depending on the conditions.
3.1 General Specifications
3-3
SPECIFICATIONS
3.1.2
3.2
Performance Specifications
The following shows the performance specifications of the GOT.
3.2.1
GT2712-S
Specifications
Item
Display device
GT2712-STBA
GT2712-STWA
GT2712-STBD
GT2712-STWD
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
12.1"
Resolution
SVGA: 800 × 600 dots
Display size
Displayed
Display section
number of
*1 *2
characters
246(9.685) (W) × 184.5(7.264) (H) mm(inch)
16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 37 lines (two-byte characters)
12-dot standard font: 66 characters × 50 lines (two-byte characters)
Display color
65536 colors
Brightness
32 levels
Adjustment
Backlight
Backlight life*3
LED (Not replaceable)
Approx. 60000 h (operating ambient temperature: 25°C, display intensity: 50%)
Type
Analog resistive film
Key size
Touch panel*4
Minimum 2 × 2 dots (per a key)
Simultaneous
Up to two points
press
Life
1 million times or more (Operating force: 0.98 N or less)
Detection length
Human sensor
User memory
capacity
Detection
temperature
User memory
capacity
1m
Temperature difference between human body and ambient air: 4 °C or higher
Memory for storage (ROM): 57MB, Memory for operation (RAM): 128MB
Life (number of
write times)
100000 times
Built-in clock precision
Battery
±90 seconds/month (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
GT11-50BAT- type lithium batteries
Life
RS-232
RS-422/485
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female)
1 channel Data transfer method: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Ethernet
USB (Host)
Built-in
interface
USB (Device)
Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack)
2 channel (front face, rear face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB-A
1 channel (front face)
1 channel (rear face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB Mini-B
SD card
Extension
interface
Extension
auxiliary interface
Side interface
3-4
1 channel (rear face)
3.2 Performance Specifications
1 channel SDHC card supported (max. 32 GB)
For installing a communication unit or an option unit
For installing an option unit
For installation of a communication unit
Specifications
Item
GT2712-STBA
GT2712-STWA
GT2712-STBD
GT2712-STWD
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone, tone length adjustable)
POWER LED
Color: 2 colors (blue and orange)
Productive structure
Outside the enclosure: IP67F*5 Inside the enclosure: IP2X
External dimensions
316 (12.44)(W) × 246(9.53) (H) × 52 (2.05)(D) mm(inch)
Panel cut dimensions
302(11.89) (W) × 228(8.98) (H) mm(inch)
2.4(5.3) kg(lb)
Compatible software package
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
GT Works3 Version1.108N or later
Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics.
It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
In addition, color tone difference, unevenness of brightness, or flickers may occur due to individual differences of liquid crystal
display panels.
Please note that these symptoms occur due to GOT's characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
Flicker may occur due to vibration, shock, or display color.
Settings the screen saving backlight to OFF prevents the display screen from burn-in and enables the backlight to lengthen its
life.
When using a stylus pen, it will be 100,000 times. (The specifications must be satisfied the following condition.)
• Material: Polyacetal resin • Tip radius: 0.8 mm or more
When attaching the USB environmental protection cover, pushing into the PUSH mark firmly complies with IP67F. (When the USB
environmental protection cover is open, IP2X is supported.)
Note that this does not guarantee all users' operation environment. In addition, the GOT may not be usable in the environment
where oil or chemicals are splashed over for a long time or where oil mist is filled.
3.2 Performance Specifications
3-5
SPECIFICATIONS
Weight (excluding a fitting)
3
3.2.2
GT2710-S, GT2710-V
Specifications
Item
GT2710-STBA
GT2710-VTBA
GT2710-VTWA
GT2710-STBD
GT2710-VTBD
GT2710-VTWD
Display device
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
Resolution
10.4"
SVGA: 800 × 600 dots
Display size
VGA: 640 × 480 dots
211.2(8.315) (W) × 158.4(6.236) (H) mm(inch)
16-dot standard font: 50
characters × 37 lines (two-byte
Display section
*1 *2
Displayed number
of characters
characters)
12-dot standard font: 66
characters × 50 lines (two-byte
16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte
characters)
12-dot standard font: 53 characters × 40 lines (two-byte
characters)
characters)
Display color
65536 colors
Brightness
32 levels
Adjustment
Backlight
Backlight life*3
LED (Not replaceable)
Approx. 60000 h (operating ambient temperature: 25 °C, display intensity: 50%)
Type
Analog resistive film
Key size
Touch panel*4
Minimum 2 × 2 dots (per a key)
Simultaneous
Up to two points
press
Life
Human sensor
User memory
capacity
1 million times or more (Operating force: 0.98 N or less)
Detection length
-
Detection
temperature
-
User memory
capacity
Memory for storage (ROM): 57MB, Memory for operation (RAM): 128MB
Life (number of
write times)
100000 times
Built-in clock precision
Battery
±90 seconds/month (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
GT11-50BAT- type lithium batteries
Life
RS-232
RS-422/485
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female)
1 channel Data transfer method: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Ethernet
USB (Host)
Built-in
interface
USB (Device)
Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack)
2 channel (front face, rear face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB-A
1 channel (front face)
1 channel (rear face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB Mini-B
SD card
Extension
interface
Extension
auxiliary interface
Side interface
3-6
1 channel (rear face)
3.2 Performance Specifications
1 channel SDHC card supported (max. 32 GB)
For installing a communication unit or an option unit
For installing an option unit
For installation of a communication unit
Specifications
Item
GT2710-STBA
GT2710-VTBA
GT2710-VTWA
GT2710-STBD
GT2710-VTBD
GT2710-VTWD
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone, tone length adjustable)
POWER LED
Color: 2 colors (blue and orange)
Productive structure
Outside the enclosure: IP67F*5 Inside the enclosure: IP2X
External dimensions
303 (11.93)(W) × 218(8.43) (H) × 52 (2.05)(D) mm(inch)
Panel cut dimensions
289(11.38) (W) × 200 (7.87)(H) mm(inch)
2.1(4.6)kg(lb)
Compatible software package
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
GT Works3 Version1.108N or later
Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics.
It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
In addition, color tone difference, unevenness of brightness, or flickers may occur due to individual differences of liquid crystal
display panels.
Please note that these symptoms occur due to GOT's characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
Flicker may occur due to vibration, shock, or display color.
Settings the screen saving backlight to OFF prevents the display screen from burn-in and enables the backlight to lengthen its
life.
When using a stylus pen, it will be 100,000 times. (The specifications must be satisfied the following condition.)
• Material: Polyacetal resin • Tip radius: 0.8 mm or more
When attaching the USB environmental protection cover, pushing into the PUSH mark firmly complies with IP67F. (When the USB
environmental protection cover is open, IP2X is supported.)
Note that this does not guarantee all users' operation environment. In addition, the GOT may not be usable in the environment
where oil or chemicals are splashed over for a long time or where oil mist is filled.
3.2 Performance Specifications
3-7
SPECIFICATIONS
Weight (excluding a fitting)
3
3.2.3
GT2708-S, GT2708-V
Item
Specifications
GT2708-STBA
Display device
GT2708-STBD
GT2708-VTBA
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
Resolution
8.4"
SVGA: 800 × 600 dots
Display size
VGA: 640 × 480 dots
170.9(6.728) (W) × 128.2(5.047) (H) mm(inch)
16-dot standard font: 50 characters × 37 lines
Display section
*1 *2
Displayed number
of characters
12-dot standard font: 66 characters × 50 lines
Display color
65536 colors
Brightness
32 levels
Adjustment
Backlight
LED (Not replaceable)
Approx. 60000 h (operating ambient temperature: 25 °C, display intensity: 50%)
Type
Analog resistive film
Key size
Touch panel*4
Minimum 2 × 2 dots (per a key)
Simultaneous
Up to two points
press
Life
Human sensor
User memory
capacity
1 million times or more (Operating force: 0.98 N or less)
Detection length
-
Detection
temperature
-
User memory
capacity
Memory for storage (ROM): 57MB, Memory for operation (RAM): 128MB
Life (number of
write times)
100000 times
Built-in clock precision
Battery
±90 seconds/month (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
GT11-50BAT- type lithium batteries
Life
RS-232
RS-422/485
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female)
1 channel Data transfer method: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack)
Ethernet
USB (Host)
Built-in
interface
16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines
(two-byte characters)
12-dot standard font: 53 characters × 40 lines
(two-byte characters)
(two-byte characters)
(two-byte characters)
Backlight life*3
USB (Device)
2 channel (front face, rear face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB-A
1 channel (front face)
Maximum transfer rate: High-Speed 480 Mbps Connector shape: USB Mini-B
SD card
Extension
interface
Extension
auxiliary interface
Side interface
1 channel SDHC card supported (max. 32 GB)
For installing a communication unit or an option unit
For installing an option unit
For installing a communication unit
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone, tone length adjustable)
POWER LED
Color: 2 colors (blue and orange)
Productive structure
3-8
GT2708-VTBD
3.2 Performance Specifications
Outside the enclosure: IP67F*5 Inside the enclosure: IP2X
Specifications
Item
GT2708-STBA
GT2708-STBD
GT2708-VTBA
External dimensions
241 (9.49)(W) × 194 (7.64)(H) × 52(2.05) (D) mm(inch)
Panel cut dimensions
227(8.94)(W) × 176(6.93) (H) mm(inch)
1.5(3.3)kg(lb)
Compatible software package
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
GT Works3 Version1.108N or later
Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics.
It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
In addition, color tone difference, unevenness of brightness, or flickers may occur due to individual differences of liquid crystal
display panels.
Please note that these symptoms occur due to GOT's characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
Flicker may occur due to vibration, shock, or display color.
Settings the screen saving backlight to OFF prevents the display screen from burn-in and enables the backlight to lengthen its
life.
When using a stylus pen, it will be 100,000 times. (The specifications must be satisfied the following condition.)
• Material: Polyacetal resin • Tip radius: 0.8 mm or more
When attaching the USB environmental protection cover, pushing into the PUSH mark firmly complies with IP67F. (When the USB
environmental protection cover is open, IP2X is supported.)
Note that this does not guarantee all users' operation environment. In addition, the GOT may not be usable in the environment
where oil or chemicals are splashed over for a long time or where oil mist is filled.
3.2 Performance Specifications
3-9
3
SPECIFICATIONS
Weight (excluding a fitting)
GT2708-VTBD
3.2.4
GT2310-V
Specifications
Item
GT2310-VTBA,GT2310-VTBD
Display device
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
10.4"
Resolution
VGA: 640 × 480 dots
Display size
211.2(8.315) (W) × 158.4(6.236) (H) mm(inch)
Display
Displayed number
16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters)
section
of characters
12-dot standard font: 53 characters × 40 lines (two-byte characters)
Display color
65536 colors
*1*2
Brightness
16 levels
Adjustment
Backlight
Backlight life*3
LED (Not replaceable)
Approx. 50000 h (operating ambient temperature: 25 °C, display intensity: 50%)
Type
Touch
panel*4
Analog resistive film
Key size
Simultaneous
press
Minimum 2 × 2 dots (per a key)
Simultaneous press is prohibited. *5 (Only one point can be touched.)
Life
User memory
capacity
User memory
capacity
1 million times or more (Operating force: 0.98 N or less)
Memory for storage (ROM): 9MB Memory for operation (RAM): 9MB
Life (number of
write times)
100000 times
Built-in clock precision
Battery
GT11-50BAT- type lithium batteries
Life
RS-232
RS-422/485
Built-in
±90 seconds/month (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps
Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female)
1 channel Data transfer method: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX
Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack)
Ethernet
interface
USB (Host)
USB (Device)
1 channel
Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps Connector shape: USB-A
1 channel
Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps Connector shape: USB Mini-B
SD card
1 channel SDHC card supported (max. 32 GB)
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone length adjustable)
POWER LED
Color: 2 colors (blue and orange)
Productive structure
Outside the enclosure: IP67F*6 Inside the enclosure: IP2X
External dimensions
303(11.93) (W) × 218(8.58) (H) × 56(2.20) (D) mm(inch)
Panel cut dimensions
289(11.38) (W) × 200(7.87) (H) mm(inch)
Weight (excluding a fitting)
Compatible software package
3 - 10
3.2 Performance Specifications
1.9(4.2) kg(lb)
GT Works3 Version1.108N or later
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics.
It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
In addition, color tone difference, unevenness of brightness, or flickers may occur due to individual differences of liquid crystal
display panels.
Please note that these symptoms occur due to GOT's characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
Flicker may occur due to vibration, shock, or display color.
Settings the screen saving backlight to OFF prevents the display screen from burn-in and enables the backlight to lengthen its
life.
When using a stylus pen, it will be 100,000 times. (The specifications must be satisfied the following condition.)
• Material: Polyacetal resin • Tip radius: 0.8 mm or more
If you touch two or more points on the touch panel simultaneously and a switch is placed between the two points, the switch may
be activated. Do not touch two or more points on the touch panel simultaneously.
Note that this does not guarantee all users' operation environment.
In addition, the GOT may not be usable in the environment where oil or chemicals are splashed over for a long time or where oil
mist is filled.
3.2 Performance Specifications
3 - 11
3
SPECIFICATIONS
*1
3.2.5
GT2308-V
Specifications
Item
GT2308-VTBA, GT2308-VTBD
Display device
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
8.4"
Resolution
VGA: 640 × 480 dots
Display size
170.9(6.728) (W) × 128.2(5.047) (H) mm(inch)
Display
Displayed number
16-dot standard font: 40 characters × 30 lines (two-byte characters)
section
of characters
12-dot standard font: 53 characters × 40 lines (two-byte characters)
Display color
65536 colors
*1*2
Brightness
16 levels
Adjustment
Backlight
Backlight life*3
LED (Not replaceable)
Approx. 50000 h (operating ambient temperature: 25 °C, display intensity: 50%)
Type
Touch
panel*4
Analog resistive film
Key size
Simultaneous
press
Minimum 2 × 2 dots (per a key)
Simultaneous press is prohibited. *5 (Only one point can be touched.)
Life
User memory
capacity
User memory
capacity
1 million times or more (Operating force: 0.98 N or less)
Memory for storage (ROM): 9MB Memory for operation (RAM): 9MB
Life (number of
write times)
100000 times
Built-in clock precision
Battery
GT11-50BAT- type lithium batteries
Life
RS-232
RS-422/485
Built-in
interface
±90 seconds/month (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
Ethernet
USB (Host)
USB (Device)
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature: 25 °C)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps Connector shape: Dsub 9-pin (male)
1 channel Transmission speed: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800 bps Connector shape: Dsub 9-pin (female)
1 channel Data transfer method: 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack)
1 channel
Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps Connector shape: USB-A
1 channel
Maximum transfer rate: Full-Speed 12 Mbps Connector shape: USB Mini-B
SD card
1 channel SDHC card supported (max. 32 GB)
Buzzer output
Single tone (tone length adjustable)
POWER LED
Color: 2 colors (blue and orange)
Productive structure
Outside the enclosure: IP67F*6 Inside the enclosure: IP2X
External dimensions
241(9.49) (W) × 194(7.64) (H) × 56(2.20) (D) mm(inch)
Panel cut dimensions
227(8.94) (W) × 176(6.93) (H) mm(inch)
Weight (excluding a fitting)
Compatible software package
3 - 12
3.2 Performance Specifications
1.5 (3.3)kg(lb)
GT Works3 Version1.108N or later
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
Bright dots (always lit) and dark dots (unlit) may appear on a liquid crystal display panel due to its characteristics.
It is impossible to completely avoid this symptom, as the liquid crystal display comprises of a great number of display elements.
In addition, color tone difference, unevenness of brightness, or flickers may occur due to individual differences of liquid crystal
display panels.
Please note that these symptoms occur due to GOT's characteristic and are not caused by product defect.
Flicker may occur due to vibration, shock, or display color.
Settings the screen saving backlight to OFF prevents the display screen from burn-in and enables the backlight to lengthen its
life.
When using a stylus pen, it will be 100,000 times. (The specifications must be satisfied the following condition.)
• Material: Polyacetal resin • Tip radius: 0.8 mm or more
If you touch two or more points on the touch panel simultaneously and a switch is placed between the two points, the switch may
be activated. Do not touch two or more points on the touch panel simultaneously.
Note that this does not guarantee all users' operation environment.
In addition, the GOT may not be usable in the environment where oil or chemicals are splashed over for a long time or where oil
mist is filled.
3.2 Performance Specifications
3 - 13
3
SPECIFICATIONS
*1
3.3
Specifications of Power Supply Section
The following shows the power supply specifications of the GOT.
3.3.1
GT27 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC
Specifications
Item
GT2710-STBA
GT2712-STBA
GT2710-VTBA
GT2712-STWA
GT2710-VTWA
Power supply voltage
50 Hz/60 Hz (±5%)
Maximum apparent power
maximum load
Power
consumption
Main unit
Main unit
(Backlight OFF)
Inrush current
GT2708-VTBA
100 V AC to 240 V AC (+10%, -15%)
Power supply frequency
Under the
GT2708-STBA
100 VA
44 W or less
41 W or less
41 W or less
19 W
17 W
15 W
10 W
10 W
10 W
60 A or less (2 ms, ambient temperature: 25 °C, under the maximum load)
Permissible instantaneous power
20 ms or less (100 V AC or more)
failure time
Noise voltage: 1500 Vp-p, noise width: 1 μs, measured by a noise simulator with noise frequency
ranging from 25 Hz to 60 Hz.
Noise immunity
Withstand voltage
1500 V AC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
Insulation resistance
500 V DC across power terminals and earth, 10 MΩ or more by an insulation resistance tester
Applicable wire size
0.75 mm2 to 2 mm2
Applicable solderless terminal
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
Applicable tightening torque
0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m
(Terminal block terminal screw)
3.3.2
GT27 Input power supply 24 V DC
Specifications
Item
GT2712-STBD
GT2712-STWD
Power supply voltage
Under the
maximum load
Power
consumption
GT2710-STBD
GT2710-VTBD
GT2710-VTWD
GT2708-STBD
GT2708-VTBD
24 V DC (+25%, -20%)
45 W or less
42 W or less
39 W or less
Main unit
18 W
15 W
13 W
Main unit
(Backlight OFF)
8W
8W
8W
Inrush current
5 A or less (20 ms, ambient temperature: 25 °C, under the maximum load)
Permissible instantaneous power
failure time
10 ms or less
Noise voltage: 500 Vp-p, noise width: 1 μs, measured by a noise simulator with noise frequency
ranging from 25 Hz to 60 Hz.
Noise immunity
Withstand voltage
350 V AC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
Insulation resistance
500 V DC across power terminals and earth, 10 MΩ or more by an insulation resistance tester
Applicable wire size
0.75 mm2 to 2 mm2
Applicable solderless terminal
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
Applicable tightening torque
(Terminal block terminal screw)
0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m
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3.3 Specifications of Power Supply Section
GT23 Input power supply 100 V AC to 240 V AC
Item
Specifications
GT2310-VTBA
Power supply voltage
GT2308-VTBA
100 V AC to 240 V AC (+10%, -15%)
Power supply frequency
Maximum apparent power
Under the
maximum load
Power
consumption
Main unit
Main unit
(Backlight OFF)
Inrush current
50 Hz/60 Hz (±5%)
44 VA (under the maximum load)
30 VA (under the maximum load)
18 W or less
11 W or less
15 W
9W
8W
6W
3
40 A or less (4 ms, ambient temperature: 25 °C, under the maximum load)
Permissible instantaneous power
20 ms or less (100 V AC or more)
failure time
Noise voltage: 1500 Vp-p, noise width: 1 μs, measured by a noise simulator with noise frequency
ranging from 25 Hz to 60 Hz.
Noise immunity
Withstand voltage
1500 V AC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
Insulation resistance
500 V DC across power terminals and earth, 10 MΩ or more by an insulation resistance tester
Applicable wire size
0.75 mm2 to 2 mm2
Applicable solderless terminal
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
Applicable tightening torque
0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m
(Terminal block terminal screw)
3.3.4
GT23 Input power supply 24 V DC
Item
Specifications
GT2310-VTBD
Power supply voltage
Under the
maximum load
Power
consumption
Main unit
Main unit
(Backlight OFF)
Inrush current
Permissible instantaneous power
failure time
Noise immunity
Withstand voltage
GT2308-VTBD
24 V DC (+25%, -20%)
16 W or less
11 W or less
13 W
8W
7W
6W
40 A or less (2 ms, ambient temperature: 25 °C, under the maximum load)
10 ms or less
Noise voltage: 500 Vp-p, noise width: 1 μs, measured by a noise simulator with noise frequency
ranging from 25 Hz to 60 Hz.
350 V AC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
Insulation resistance
500 V DC across power terminals and earth, 10 MΩ or more by an insulation resistance tester
Applicable wire size
0.75 mm2 to 2 mm2
Applicable solderless terminal
Applicable tightening torque
(Terminal block terminal screw)
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m
3.3 Specifications of Power Supply Section
3 - 15
SPECIFICATIONS
3.3.3
3.4
Battery Specifications
■1. Applicable battery
The following batteries are applicable for GOT2000 series.
Model name
Description
Target GOT
Battery for backup of clock data, maintenance time notification,and
system status log data
GT11-50BAT
GOT2000 series
■2. Battery specifications
The following describes the battery specifications for the GOT2000 series.
Item
Specifications
GT11-50BAT
Model name
Magnesium manganese dioxide lithium primary battery
Type
3.0V
Initial voltage
550mAh
Nominal current
Approx.5 years (Operating ambient temperature of 25°C)
Storage life
■3. Battery life
Total power stoppage time
0.00015kg
Lithium content
POINT
For the battery directive in EU member states, refer to the following.
➠ 9.2 ■2. Handling of batteries and devices with built-in batteries in EU member
states
■3. Battery life
Life span of the battery set in the GOT is shown below.
Battery life
Operating ambient
temperature of 0° to 25°C
Operating ambient temperature
of 25° to 45°C
Operating ambient
temperature of 45° to 55°C
Data backup time after detection
of battery voltage low*
3 years
4 years
3 years
14 days
*1
In the following conditions, the data backup time is 5 minutes after the power supply is turned off.(As for GT23, the data backup
time is 30 seconds.)
• The battery connector is disconnected.
• The battery connector is disconnected.
POINT
The battery connector is disconnected.
(1) Battery life reference: Approx.4 years in actual use (Ambient temperature: 25°C)
Battery replacement time reference: 3 to 4 years
Calculate the natural discharge amount of the battery, as necessary.
(2) Check if the battery condition is normal within the utility.
Refer to the following for the details of battery status display.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
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3.4 Battery Specifications
PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
4
4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
4.1
GT27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 2
4.2
GT23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 5
4-1
4.1
GT27
■1. GT2712-S
1)2)
7)
7)
8)
9)
6)
10)
11)
12)
5)
13)
14)
3)4)
15)
16)
7)
24) 23)
22)
21)
19)
18) 17)
7)
20)
■2. GT2710-S, GT2710-V
8)
7)
1)2)
7)
9)
10)
11)
12)
5)
13)
14)
3)4)
15)
16)
7)
24) 23)
4-2
4.1 GT27
22)
21)
20)
19)
18) 17)
7)
■3. GT2708-S, GT2708-V
8)
7)
1)2)
7)
9)
10)
11)12)13)
5)
4
14)
3)4)
7)
16)
23)
22)
21)
19)
PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
15)
18) 17) 7)
20)
4.1 GT27
4-3
■4. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS OF GT27
No.
Name
Description
1)
Display section
Displays the utility and the user-created screen.
2)
Touch panel
For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen
3)
USB interface (Host/front)
For connecting a USB mouse and a USB keyboard, transferring data, and storing
data (Connector shape; TYPE-A)
(GT2712-STBA/D, GT2710-STBA/D, GT2710-VTBA/D, GT2708-STBA/D, GT2708VTBA/D only)
4)
USB interface (Device/front)
For connecting a personal computer (Connector shape: Mini-B)
(GT2712-STBA/D, GT2710-STBA/D, GT2710-VTBA/D, GT2708-STBA/D, GT2708VTBA/D only)
5)
POWER LED
Lit in blue
: Power is properly supplied.
Lit in orange
: Screen saving
Blinks in orange and blue: Backlight failure
Not lit
: Power is not supplied.
6)
Human sensor
Detects human movement. (GT2712 only)
7)
Unit installation fitting
Mounting fixtures for fixing the GOT to the control panel
8)
Reset switch
Hardware reset switch
9)
S.MODE switch
Used for OS installation at the GOT startup
10)
SD card access LED
ON: SD card installed
Blink: SD card accessed
OFF: SD card not installed or SD card installed but removal possible
11)
SD card interface
For installing an SD card
12)
SD card cover
Has the function to switch the access to the SD card between enabled and disabled
states.
When the cover is opened: Access prohibited
When the cover is closed: Access allowed
13)
Battery
Space for housing the battery
14)
Side interface
For installing a communication unit
15)
USB interface (Host/back)
For connecting a USB mouse and a USB keyboard, transferring data, and storing
data (Connector shape; TYPE-A)
16)
Cable clamp mounting hole
Cable clamp mounting hole as a precaution against a disconnection of the USB
cable (Recommended product: RSG-130-V0 of KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
CO.,LTD.)
Terminating resistor setting switch
Switches the terminating resistor for the RS-422/485 communication port between
(inside the cover)
used and unused states (initial setting (unused))
18)
Extension auxiliary interface
For installing an option unit
19)
Extension interface
For installing a communication unit or an option unit
20)
Power terminal
Power input terminal, LG terminal, FG terminal
21)
Ethernet interface
22)
RS-232 interface
For communication with a controller (Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male))
23)
RS-422/485 interface
For communication with a controller (Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female))
24)
USB interface (Device/back)
17)
4-4
4.1 GT27
For communicating with a controller or connecting a personal computer (Connector
shape: RJ-45 (modular jack))
For connecting a personal computer (Connector shape: Mini-B)
(GT2712-STWA/D, GT2710-VTWA/D only)
4.2
GT23
■1. GT2310-V, GT2308-V
Example) GT2310-VTBA
5) 4)
4)
6)
7)
1)2)
4
8)
3)
10)
4)
17)
16)
15)
13)
12)
4)
11)
14)
4.2 GT23
4-5
PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
9)
■2. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
No.
Name
Description
1)
Display section
Displays the utility and the user-created screen.
2)
Touch panel
For operating the touch switches in the utility and the user-created screen
Lit in blue
3)
POWER LED
Lit in orange
: Power is properly supplied.
: Screen saving
Blinks in orange and blue: Backlight failure
Not lit
: Power is not supplied.
4)
Unit installation fitting
Mounting fixtures for fixing the GOT to the control panel
5)
S.MODE switch
Used for OS installation at the GOT startup
6)
SD card access LED
ON: SD card installed
Blink: SD card accessed
OFF: SD card not installed or SD card installed but removal possible
7)
SD card interface
For installing an SD card
Has the function to switch the access to the SD card between enabled and
8)
SD card cover
disabled states.
When the cover is opened: Access prohibited
When the cover is closed: Access allowed
4-6
For connecting a USB mouse and a USB keyboard, transferring data, and storing
9)
USB interface (Host)
10)
USB interface (Device)
For connecting a personal computer (Connector shape: Mini-B)
11)
Cable clamp mounting hole
Cable clamp mounting hole as a precaution against a disconnection of the USB
cable (Recommended product: RSG-130-V0 of KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES
CO.,LTD.)
12)
Terminating resistor setting switch
(inside the cover)
Switches the terminating resistor for the RS-422/485 communication port between
13)
Battery
Space for housing the battery
14)
Power terminal
Power input terminal, LG terminal, FG terminal
15)
Ethernet interface
16)
RS-232 interface
For communication with a controller (Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (male))
17)
RS-422/485 interface
For communication with a controller (Connector shape: D-sub 9-pin (female))
4.2 GT23
data (Connector shape; TYPE-A)
used and unused states (initial setting (unused))
For communicating with a controller or connecting a personal computer
(Connector shape: RJ-45 (modular jack))
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5.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 2
5.2
EMC Directive Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 4
5.3
Low Voltage Directive Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 19
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
5. EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW
VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
5-1
5.1
Overview
For the products sold in European countries, the conformance to the EMC Directive, which is one of the European
Directives, has been a legal obligation since 1996.
In addition, conformance to the Low Voltage Directive, another European Directive, has also been a legal obligation since
1997.
Manufacturers, who recognize that their products comply with the EMC Directive and the Low Voltage Directive, must
declare that their products comply with the Directives and put a CE mark on the products.
■1. Sales representative in Europe
The sales representative in Europe is as shown below.
Company name: Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Address: Gothaer strase 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
5.1.1
Conforming standards in the EMC Directive
The GOT complies with the following standards in the EMC Directive.
Applied
standard
Test standard
Test details
Standard value
• 30 MHz to 230 MHz
QP: 30 dBμV/m (measured at 30
CISPR16-2-3
Test for measuring electromagnetic
Radiated noise*1
emissions from the product
m)*2*3
• 230MHz to 1000MHz
QP: 37 dBμV/m (measured at 30
m)*2*3
CISPR16-2-1
Conducted noise*1
IEC61000-4-2
Electrostatic immunity*1
IEC61000-4-3
Radiated electromagnetic
field, amplitude modulation*1
Test for measuring electromagnetic
emissions from the product to the
power cables
Immunity test in which static electricity
is applied to the cabinet of the
equipment
• 150kHz to 500kHz
QP: 79dB,Mean: 66dB*2
• 500kHz to 30MHz
QP: 73dB,Mean: 60dB*2
• Contact discharge: ±4 kV
• Aerial discharge: ±8 kV
80 MHz to 1000 MHz: 10 V/m
Immunity test in which an electric field
1.4GHz to 2GHz: 3V/m
is applied to the product
2.0GHz to 2.7GHz: 1V/m
(80% amplitude modulation at 1 kHz)
Power cable: 2 kV
EN61131-2
: 2007
IEC61000-4-4
Fast transient burst noise*1
Immunity test in which burst noise is
applied to the power cables and the
signal lines
Digital I/O (24V or higher): 1kV
Digital I/O (less than 24 V): 250 V or
higher
Analog I/O (signal lines): 250 V or
higher
• AC power type
Power cable (between cable and
ground): ±2 kV
Power cable (between cables): ±1 kV
IEC61000-4-5
Immunity test in which lightening surge
Surge immunity*1
is applied to the product
Data communication port: ±1 kV
• DC power type
Power cable (between cable and
ground): ±0.5kV
Power cable (between cables):
±0.5kV
Data communication port: ±1 kV
IEC61000-4-6
Conducted RF immunity*1
IEC61000-4-8
Power supply frequency
magnetic field immunity
5-2
5.1 Overview
Immunity test in which a noise
inducted on the power cable and the
signal lines is applied
Power cable: 10V
Data communication port: 10 V
Test for checking normal operations
under the circumstance exposed to the
ferromagnetic field noise of the power
supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
30 A/m
Applied
standard
Test standard
Test details
Standard value
• AC power type
IEC61000-4-11
EN61131-2
Instantaneous power failure
: 2007
and voltage dips immunity
0.5 cycle 0% (Interval 1 second to 10
Test for checking normal operations at
seconds)
instantaneous power failure
250/300 cycle 0%
10/12 cycle 40%
25/30 cycle 70%
*1
*2
*3
5.1.2
The GOT is an open type device (designed to be integrated in equipment).
Make sure to install the GOT on a control panel.
This test item is conducted in the condition where the GOT is installed on a control panel and combined with the MITSUBISHI
PLC.
QP: Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
This test item is conducted in the following conditions.
• 30 MHz to 230 MHz
QP: 40 dBμV/m (measured at 10 m)
• 230MHz to 1000MHz
QP: 47 dBμV/m (measured at 10 m)
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Conforming standards in the Low Voltage Directive
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
The GOT complies with the following standards in the Low Voltage Directive.
• EN61131-2: Programmable controllers - Equipment requirements and tests
• EN60950-1: Information technology equipment - Safety
5.1 Overview
5-3
5.2
EMC Directive Requirements
The EMC Directive requires the following.
• Strong electromagnetic waves are not emitted to the outside.: Emission (Electromagnetic interference)
• The product is not affected by the electromagnetic waves from the outside.: Immunity (Electromagnetic sensitivity)
To comply with the EMC Directive, this section explains the precautions for configuring equipment integrating the GOT.
The data described herein are produced with our best, based on the regulation requirements and standards obtained by
Mitsubishi. However, the data do not guarantee that the whole equipment produced according to the data comply with the
above directive.
The manufacturer of the equipment must determine the method to comply with the EMC Directive and conformance to the
directive.
5.2.1
Installing the GOT on the control panel
The GOT is an open type device (designed to be integrated in equipment).
Make sure to install the GOT in a control panel.
This restriction ensures safety and also has a large effect of suppressing noise generated from the GOT by using the control
panel.
■1. Control panel
• The control panel must be conductive.
• When fixing a top or bottom plate of the control panel with bolts, do not coat the plate and bolt surfaces so that they
contact each other.
Connect the door and the box using a thick grounding cable to ensure the low impedance under high frequency.
• To ensure electric conductivity in the large area as much as possible between an inner plate and the control panel,
do not coat the fixing bolt area of the inner plate and the control panel.
• Ground the control panel using a thick grounding cable to ensure the low impedance under high frequency.
• The diameter of cable holes on the control panel must be 10 cm or less.
If the diameter of the hole is 10 cm or more, radio waves may leak.
To reduce the chance of radio waves leaking out, ensure that the space between the control panel and its door is as
small as possible.
Pasting the following EMI gasket directly on the painted surface seals the space, reducing the leak of electric waves.
Manufacturer
Series name
KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
RFSG series (Recommended Product)
Contact
0587-34-3651
Our test has 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 cables
Ground the GOT and connect power supply cables as shown below.
(1) Wiring the ground cable
Provide a ground point near the GOT. Short-circuit the line ground terminal (LG terminal) and the frame ground
terminal (FG terminal) of the GOT, and ground them with the thickest and shortest cable as possible.
(2) Ground cable length
The ground cable length must be 30 cm or shorter.
The LG and FG terminals pass the noise generated in the PLC system to the ground.
Therefore, ensure an impedance as low as possible.
Since the ground cables relieve the noise, the cables themselves carry a large noise.
Thus, short wiring prevents the cable from acting as an antenna.
(A long conductor is an antenna radiating noise more efficiently.)
(3) Treatment of the power cable and the ground cable
Twist the ground cable led from the ground point with the power cable.
Twisting with the ground cable relieves more noise from the power cable to the ground.
When a noise filter is installed to the power cable, twisting the power cable and the ground cable may not be
required.
5-4
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5.2.2
Installing a noise filter (power supply line filter)
A noise filter is a part to effectively reduce conducted noise.
Except some models, installation of a noise filter to the power supply lines is not necessary. However, installing the noise
filter can reduce conducted noise.
The noise filter is effective to reduce conducted noise in the band of 10 MHz or less.
Use a noise filter equivalent to the following noise filters (double π-type filters).
Model
Manufacturer
Rated current
FN343-3/05
SCHAFFNER
3A
FN660-6/06
SCHAFFNER
6A
RSHN-2003
TDK
3A
Rated voltage
250V
■1. Precautions
The following shows the precautions for installing a noise filter.
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(1) Prohibition of bundling cables
Wire the input and output cables separately.
Input side
(power supply side)
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
Do not bundle the input and output cables of the noise filter.
Bundling the cables inducts the noise from the output-side cable into the input-side cable where noise has been
eliminated by the noise filter.
Bundling the input and output cables inducts noise.
Bundling
Input side
(power supply side)
Induction
Filter
Filter
Output side
(device side)
Output side
(device side)
(2) Grounding the noise filter
Connect the ground terminal of the noise filter to the control panel with a short cable as much as possible
(approximately 10 cm).
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5-5
5.2.3
System configuration
You can also check the EMC Directive compliance status of the GOT2000 series at the Mitsubishi Electric Factory
Automation Global Website.
For the latest information, go to the Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Global Website.
http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/fa/
■1. GOT
Use the following GOTs having a CE mark on the rating plate.
For how to check the hardware version of the GOT, refer to the following.
➠ 11.2 Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards
When any GOT other than the following does not comply with the EMC Directive.
Product name
Model
Hardware version (Manufacture year and
month)
GT2712-STBA
GT2712
GT2712-STBD
GT2712-STWA
GT2712-STWD
GT2710-STBA
GT2710-STBD
GT2710
GT2710-VTBA
GT2710-VTBD
GT2710-VTWA
GT2710-VTWD
GT2708-STBA
GT2708
GT2708-STBD
GT2708-VTBA
GT2708-VTBD
GT2310
GT2308
5-6
GT2310-VTBA
GT2310-VTBD
GT2308-VTBA
GT2308-VTBD
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
Version A or later (August 2013)
■2. Connection type
The following table lists the connection types compliant with the EMC Directive.
○: Compliant with EMC Directive, ×: Not compliant with EMC Directive
Connection type*1
GT27
GT23
Ethernet connection
○
○
Direct CPU connection
○
○
Computer link connection
○
○
Bus connection
○
×
MELSECNET/H connection (PLC to PLC network)
○
×
CC-Link IE Field Network connection
○
×
CC-Link IE Controller Network connection
○
×
CC-Link connection (Intelligent device station)
○
×
GOT multi-drop connection
×
×
○*2
○*2
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(Connection with non-Mitsubishi PLC, microcomputer, inverter, temperature
controller, servo amplifier, CNC, and MODBUS equipment)
*1
For the details of each connection type, refer to the following manual.
*2
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual (GT Works3) for the controller used
When connecting the GOT to other controllers such as a non-Mitsubishi PLC, fabricate connection cables and configure the
system following the EMC Directive specifications.
➠
Non-Mitsubishi PLC, microcomputer, temperature controller, inverter, servo amplifier, CNC, MODBUS/RTU, and MODBUS/
TCP connections
POINT
Connected devices
When connecting the GOT to a non-Mitsubishi PLC, refer to the manual about the EMC Directive
compliance of the connected device (such as a PLC and a microcomputer).
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5-7
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
Other connections
■3. Communication unit
To comply with the EMC Directive, use the following communication units.
When any other than the following communication units is used, the GOT does not comply with the EMC Directive.
Connection type
Ethernet connection
Direct CPU connection
Communication unit
GOT Ethernet interface
-
GOT RS-232 interface
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
-
GT15-RS2-9P
GT15-RS4-9S
Computer link connection
Hardware version (Manufacture year and month)
Version D or later (January 2006)
GOT RS-232 interface
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
-
GT15-RS2-9P
GT15-RS4-9S
GT15-QBUS
Version D or later (January 2006)
Version D or later (October 2005)
GT15-QBUS2
GT15-ABUS
Bus connection
Version C or later (October 2005)
GT15-ABUS2
GT15-75QBUSL
GT15-75QBUS2L
GT15-75ABUSL
Version G or later (March 2005)
GT15-75ABUS2L
MELSECNET/H connection
GT15-J71LP23-25
(PLC to PLC network)
GT15-J71BR13
CC-Link IE Controller
Network connection
CC-Link IE Field Network
connection
CC-Link connection
(Intelligent device station)
Version C or later (September 2006)
GT15-J71GP23-SX
Version A or later (December 2007)
GT15-J71GF13-T2
Version A or later (April 2011)
GT15-J61BT13
Version C or later (September 2006)
GOT RS-232 interface
-
Non-Mitsubishi PLC
GOT RS-422/485 interface
-
connection
GT15-RS2-9P
GT15-RS4-9S
Microcomputer connection
(Ethernet)
Microcomputer connection
(Serial)
GOT Ethernet interface
-
GOT RS-232 interface
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
-
GT15-RS2-9P
GT15-RS4-9S
GOT RS-232 interface
Temperature controller
Version D or later (January 2006)
Version D or later (January 2006)
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
GT15-RS2-9P
connection
GT15-RS4-9S
Version D or later (January 2006)
GT15-RS4-TE
Inverter connection
GOT RS-422/485 interface
GT15-RS4-9S
GOT RS-232 interface
Servo amplifier connection
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
GT15-RS2-9P
GT15-RS4-9S
5-8
Version D or later (January 2006)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
Version D or later (January 2006)
Connection type
Communication unit
GOT RS-232 interface
Hardware version (Manufacture year and month)
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
GT15-RS2-9P
CNC connection
Version D or later (January 2006)
GT15-RS4-9S
GT15-J71LP23-25
Version C or later (September 2006)
GT15-J61BT13
MODBUS/RTU connection
GOT Ethernet interface
-
GOT RS-232 interface
-
GOT RS-422/485 interface
-
GT15-RS2-9P, GT15-RS4-9S
MODBUS/TCP connection
GOT Ethernet interface
Version D or later (January 2006)
-
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To comply with the EMC Directive, use the following option units.
When any other than the following option units is used, the GOT does not comply with the EMC Directive.
Product name
Model
Hardware version (Manufacture year and
month)
Multimedia unit
GT27-MMR-Z
Video/RGB input unit
GT27-V4R1-Z
Video input unit
GT27-V4-Z
RGB input unit
GT27-R2-Z
RGB output unit
GT27-ROUT-Z
Printer unit
GT15-PRN
Version B or later (Feb 2006)
Sound output unit
GT15-SOUT
Version B or later (May 2007)
GT15-DIO
Version B or later (May 2007)
GT15-DIOR
Version A or later (July 2008)
External I/O unit
Version A or later (August 2013)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5-9
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
■4. Option unit
■5. Cable
(1) MELSECNET/H (coaxial cable), and video connections
Use a double shielded coaxial cable.
The 5C-2V connector plug is applicable to the double shielded coaxial cable.
Connect the 5C-2V connector plug to the coaxial cable inside the double shielded coaxial cable.
Ground the shielded part outside the double shielded coaxial cable as shown in the following figure.
Double-shielded coaxial cable
Enlarged view of cable
Sheath
Mitsubishi cable: 5C-2V-CCY
Internal
conductor Insulation
External
material conductor
Grounding
Sheath
External
conductor
(Grounding)
(2) CC-Link IE Field Network connection
Use the following cable dedicated to the CC-Link IE Field Network.
Manufacturer
Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
Model
SC-E5EW-S□M
(3) Other connections
For the details of the cables used, refer to the following manual.
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual
POINT
Fabricating cables
To comply with the EMC Directive, fabricate cables (including user-created cables).
For how to fabricate a cable, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual
5 - 10
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5.2.4
Connection of power cables and ground cables
Carry out wiring and connect the power and ground cables according to the following instruction.
By the different wiring or connection method, the system may not comply with EMC Directive.
■1. Wiring method
As shown in the figure below, connect the power cable and the ground cable, and then attach a ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330, manufactured by TDK Corporation) within the specified range.
GT23 does not need ferrite cores.
Make sure to ground the LG cable and FG cable.
For connection of power cables and ground cables, refer to the following.
➠ 5.2.1 ■2. Connection of power and ground cables
(1) 100 V AC to 240 V AC GOT power supply section
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INPUT
100-240VAC
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
(FG)
90 mm or less
(LG)
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
(2) 24 V DC GOT power supply section
INPUT
24VDC
90 mm or less
− +
(LG)
(FG)
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5 - 11
5.2.5
Fabricating a connection cable
Fabricate the cables used for the GOT by the methods as shown in this section.
The fabrication requires a ferrite core, cable clamp, and cable shielding materials.
The following products have passed the Mitsubishi EMC Directive compliance test.
• ZCAT3035-1330 ferrite core (TDK Corporation)
• AD75CK-type cable clamp (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation)
• Zipper tubing SHNJ type (Zippertubing (Japan),Ltd)
■1. Ethernet connection
(1) Ethernet cable
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield for grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
• Connecting to the Ethernet interface of the GOT
GOT side
PLC/personal computer side
230 or less
(9.06)
40
(1.57)
40
(1.57)
400 or less
(9.06)
Unit: mm (inch)
• Connecting to the multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z)
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
Personal computer side
120
or less
120
or less (4.72)
230 or less
(9.06)
(4.72)
40 (1.57)
Unit: mm (inch)
■2. Direct CPU connection
(1) RS-232 cable and RS-422 cable
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
Ferrite Core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
PLC side
100 or less
100 or less
(3.94)
(3.94)
Unit : mm (inch)
■3. Computer link connection
(1) RS-232 cable and RS-422 cable
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield sections for
grounding.The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
GOT side
PLC CPU side
230
or less
(9.06)
5 - 12
40
(1.57)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
230
40 or less
(1.57) (9.06)
Unit: mm (inch)
■4. Bus connection
(1) GT15-QC□B and GT15-QC□BS
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield sections for
grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
GOT side
PLC/GOT side
360 or less
(14.17)
40
(1.57)
40
(1.57)
360 or less
(14.17)
5
Unit: mm (inch)
Step 1.
Cut the ground cables from both ends of the cable to the length as shown in the figure below.
Step 2.
Install ferrite cores to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below, and insert the ground cables
through the ferrite cores.
Step 3.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield
sections for grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
60 or less
(2.36)
360 or less
(14.17)
Ground
cables
(1.57) (280 (11.02))
40
PLC/GOT side
60 or less
(2.36)
360 or less
(1.57)
(14.17)
40
Unit: mm (inch)
(3) Other bus connection cables
Step 1.
Wrap the cable shielding material around the cable, and pull out the braided cables for grounding from the
cable shielding material with the length as shown in the figure below.
Step 2.
Install ferrite cores to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below, and insert the braided cable
for grounding at the PLC side through the ferrite core.
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
80
(3.15)
40 or less
(1.57)
PLC side
Cable shielding material
Grounding braided wire
(200 (7.87))
Grounding braided wire
(50(1.97))
80
(3.15)
40 or less
(1.57)
Unit: mm (inch)
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EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
(2) GT15-C□BS
■5. MELSECNET/H connection (PLC to PLC network) connection
(1) Coaxial cable
Step 1.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose outer braided shield
for grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Step 2.
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
PLC side
130 or less
(5.12)
230 or less
(9.06)
130 or less
(5.12)
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
400 or less
(15.75)
Unit: mm (inch)
(2) Fiber-optic cable
Fabricating a cable is not required.
■6. CC-Link IE Field Network connection
Step 1.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield for
grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Step 2.
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
Ferrite core (ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
Controller side
120
or less
(4.72)
230 or less
(9.06)
5 - 14
40
(1.57)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
40
(1.57)
400 or less
(15.75)
Unit: mm (inch)
■7. CC-Link connection (Intelligent device station)
Step 1.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield for
grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
• CC-Link dedicated cable for connecting the GOT and PLC
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
230 or less
(9.06)
PLC side
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
5
130
(5.12)
400 or less
(15.75)
Unit: mm (inch)
• CC-Link dedicated cable for connecting the GOT and GOT
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
230 or less
40
(1.57)
(9.06)
GOT side
130
(5.12)
230 or less
40
(1.57)
(9.06)
Unit: mm (inch)
■8. External I/O device connection
Step 1.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose braided shield for
grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Step 2.
Connect the braided shield to the connector with the connector cover.
Step 3.
Twist the power cables.
External I/O device side
GOT side
Braided shield
Connector cover
Power cable
360 or less
(14.17)
40
(1.57)
40
(1.57)
360 or less
(14.17)
Unit: mm (inch)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
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EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
Step 2.
■9. Video/RGB connection
(1) Video input cable
Step 1.
Strip off the sheath at both ends of the cable as shown in the figure below to expose outer braided shield
for grounding.
The braided shield sections are used for grounding with a cable clamp.
➠ 5.2.6 Grounding a cable
Video camera/
vision sensor side
GOT side
230 or less
(9.06)
40
40
(1.57)
(1.57)
400 or less
(15.75)
Unit: mm (inch)
(2) RGB input cable
Step 1.
Wrap the cable shielding material around the cable, and pull out the braided cables for grounding from the
cable shielding material with the length as shown in the figure below.
Step 2.
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
130 or less
40
or less
(5.12)
(1.57)
Vision sensor/
personal computer side
Cable shielding material
Grounding braided wire
(50 (1.97))
170 or less
Unit: mm (inch)
(6.69)
(3) RGB output cable
Step 1.
Wrap the cable shielding material around the cable, and pull out the braided cables for grounding from the
cable shielding material with the length as shown in the figure below.
Step 2.
Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
GOT side
External display side
Cable shielding material
Grounding braided wire (50 (1.97))
200 or less
(7.87)
5 - 16
20 or less
(0.79)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
20 or less
(0.79)
200 or less
(7.87)
Unit: mm (inch)
■10. Non-Mitsubishi PLC, microcomputer, temperature controller, inverter, servo amplifier,
CNC, MODBUS/RTU, and MODBUS/TCP connections
Create the cables (RS-232 cable, RS-422/485 cable) for connecting the GOT and a controller by yourself.
For how to create a cable, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual
POINT
Treatment of the RS-232 cable and RS-422/485 cable
When the GOT is connected to a controller, configure the system according to the EMC Directive
specifications for the controller.
The following shows the recommended instructions to comply with the EMC Directive.
However, the manufacturer of the equipment must determine the method to comply with the EMC
Directive and conformance to the directive.
SDA
RDA
SDB
RDB
RDA
SDA
RDB
SDB
• Connect two or more SG wires.
(2) RS-232 cable
• Twist each signal wire (except SG and FG wires) with the SG wire.
RD
SD
SD
RD
DTR
DSR
DSR
DTR
SG
SG
• Install a ferrite core to the cable in the positions as shown in the figure below.
GOT side
100 or less
(3.94)
Ferrite core
(ZCAT3035-1330)
PLC CPU side
100 or less
(3.94)
5
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
(1) RS-422/485 cable
• When connecting each signal wire (except SG and FG wires), twist two signal wires as
shown below.
Unit: mm (inch)
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5 - 17
5.2.6
Grounding a cable
■1. Grounding method
Ground the cable and ground cable to the control panel where the GOT and the PLC are installed.
Ground the braided shield section of the cable to the control panel with the cable clamp (AD75CK).
Braided shield
Cable clamps
For the attachment details of cable clamps, refer to
AD75CK-type Cable Clamping Instruction Manual
<IB-68682>.
Ground the ground cable to the FG terminal
at the GOT power supply section when using
GT15-C□EXSS-1 or GT15-C□BS.
GOT FG terminal
FG wire
Bus connection cable
To ground a bus connection cable, ground the braided cable for grounding to the control panel by tightening a screw.
■2. Precautions
Do not arrange the cable clamp close to the other cables that are not clamped.
The noise from the control panel may enter the cable clamp and adversely affect the GOT.
5 - 18
5.2 EMC Directive Requirements
5.3
Low Voltage Directive Requirements
The Low Voltage Directive requires that the equipment operating with power supply ranging from 50 V AC to 1000 V AC or
75 V DC to 1500 V DC has enough safety.
This section explains the precautions for the installation and wiring of the GOT to comply with the Low Voltage Directive.
The data described herein are produced with our best, based on the regulation requirements and standards obtained by
Mitsubishi. However, the data do not guarantee that the equipment produced according to the data comply with the above
directive.
The manufacturer of the equipment must determine the method to comply with the Low Voltage Directive and conformance
to the directive.
5.3.1
Power supply
The insulation specification of the GOT is designed assuming installation category II.
Make sure to supply power to the GOT in installation category II.
Category IV
Category III
Category II
Category I
The installation category indicates the withstand surge voltage generated by lightning strike. Installation category I indicates
the lowest withstand level, and installation category IV indicates the highest withstand level.
Installation category II indicates a power supply whose voltage has been reduced by two or more levels of isolation
transformers from the public power distribution.
5.3.2
Control panel
The GOT is an open type device (designed to be integrated in equipment).
Make sure to install the GOT in a control panel.
■1. Electric shock protection
To prevent a person who does not have enough knowledge of electric facilities, such as an operator, from electric
shock, take the following measures on the control panel.
(1) Locking the control panel
Lock the control panel, and allow only a person who is well educated and has enough knowledge of electric facilities
to unlock the control panel.
(2) Automatic power shutdown
Build the structure so that the power supply is shut down when the control panel is opened.
■2. Dustproof and waterproof features
The control panel also prevents dust and water.
Insufficient dustproof and waterproof protection may lower the insulation withstand voltage, resulting in an insulation
breakdown.
Since the insulation of the GOT is designed assuming pollution degree 2, use the GOT in an environment of pollution
degree 2 or less.
Pollution
Description
degree
1
Environment where the air is dry and nonconductive dust occurs
Environment where normally nonconductive dust occurs
2
However, temporary conductivity occasionally occurs due to the accumulated dust.
For example, the inside of the control panel in a control room or in the floor at a typical factory
Environment where conductive dust occurs and conductivity may occur due to the
3
accumulated dust
For example, a typical factory floor
4
Environment where continuous conductivity may occur due to rain, snow, and others
For example, outdoor
5.3 Low Voltage Directive Requirements
5 - 19
EMC DIRECTIVE AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
5
5.3.3
Grounding
The GOT has the following ground terminals.
The ground terminals must be grounded in use.
Ground the GOT to ensure the safety and to comply with the EMC Directive.
Functional grounding
5.3.4
: The functional ground terminal improves noise resistance.
External wiring
■1. External controllers
If an external device connected to the GOT has a hazardous voltage circuit, the interface circuit to the GOT must have
a reinforced insulation.
■2. Reinforced insulation
The reinforced insulation indicates the insulation with the following withstand voltage.
Reinforced insulation withstand voltage (Source: Installation Category II of IEC664)
Rated voltage of hazardous voltage area
5 - 20
Withstand surge voltage (1.2/50 µs)
150 V AC or less
2500V
300 V AC or less
4000V
5.3 Low Voltage Directive Requirements
6. INSTALLATION AND
REMOVAL
Installation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 2
6.2
Panel Cut Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 2
6.3
Installation Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 3
6.4
Control Panel Inside Temperature and GOT Installation Angle 6 - 6
6.5
Installing and Removing the GOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 6
6.6
Installing and Removing the Extension Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 8
6.7
Installing and Removing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 11
6.8
Installing and Removing the SD Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 14
6.9
Installing and Removing the USB Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 16
6.10
Installing and Removing the USB cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 17
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
6.1
6
6-1
6.1
Installation Precautions
Install the GOT with consideration of the control panel inside dimensions and the installation prohibited area.
Depending on the types of connection cables connected to the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may
be required.
Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius.
6.2
Panel Cut Dimensions
■1. Panel cut dimensions for installing the GOT
Open an installation hole on the control panel with the dimensions as shown below.
For the installation fittings, space of 10 mm is required above the top and below the bottom of the hole. Panel
thickness: 1.6 mm to 4 mm
B
A
Unit: mm (inch)
Model
GT2712
GT2710, GT2310
GT2708, GT2308
6-2
6.1 Installation Precautions
A
302(11.89)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
289(11.38)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
227(8.94)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
B
228(8.98)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
200(7.87)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
176(6.93)
(+2(0.08), 0(0))
6.3
Installation Position
To install the GOT, some distance is required between the GOT and the other devices.
Depending on the units and cables used for the GOT, the distance more than the described dimensions may be required.
Install the GOT with consideration of the connector dimensions and the cable bend radius.
For the cable pull-out distance from the bottom of the GOT, refer to the following.
➠ 11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
B
D
C
E
6
Panel thickness: 1.6 mm to 4 mm
(0.06 to 0.16inch)
The following tables list the distance required between the GOT and the other devices.
The dimensions within the parentheses apply when no equipment generating radiated noise (such as a contactor) or heat is
installed near the GOT.
However, always keep the ambient temperature of the GOT to 55 °C or lower.
6.3 Installation Position
6-3
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
A
■1. For GT27
Unit: mm (inch)
Item
GT2712
GT2710
GOT only
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
48(1.89) or more
[29(1.14) or more]
Bus connection unit is fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
23(0.91) or more
[29(1.14) or more]
Serial connection unit is fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
CC-Link communication unit (GT15J61BT13) fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
MELSECNET/H communication unit
(coaxial) fitted*1
48(1.89) or more
[38(1.50) or more]
MELSECNET/H communication
A
48(1.89) or more
[45(1.77) or more]
unit(optical) fitted*2
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
CC-Link IE Controller Network
communication unit fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
CC-Link IE Field Network communication
unit fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
Video input unit fitted*1
48(1.89) or more
[38(1.50) or more]
Video/RGB input unit fitted*1*3
48(1.89) or more
[38(1.50) or more]
67(2.64) or more
48(1.89) or more
[45(1.77) or more]
67(2.64) or more
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
RGB output unit fitted*3
Multimedia unit fitted*1
48(1.89) or more
[45(1.77) or more]
67(2.64) or more
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
RGB input unit fitted*3
48(1.89) or more
[38(1.50) or more]
48(1.89) or more
[45(1.77) or more]
Printer unit fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
External I/O unit fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
Sound output unit fitted
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
67(2.64) or more
78(3.07) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
B
When the SD card is used
C
When the SD card is not used
50(1.97)or more
[20(0.79) or more]
50(1.97) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
E*4
100(3.94) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
*2
*3
*4
50(1.97)
or more
50(1.97) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
D
*1
6-4
GT2708
This value is for use of the coaxial cable 3C-2V (JIS C 3501).
For specifications of the cable, refer to the GOT2000 Series Connection Manual for a controller used.
This value differs depending on the cable used.
This value differs depending on the cable used.
If the bending radius of the cable used is greater than the value specified above, apply the value of the cable used.
When opening or closing the battery cover: 72(2.83) or more
6.3 Installation Position
■2. For GT23
Unit: mm (inch)
Item
GT2310
GT2308
A
48(1.89) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
B
78(3.07) or more
[18(0.71) or more]
When the SD card is used
C
50(1.97) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
When the SD card is not used
50(1.97) or more
50(1.97) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
D
50(1.97) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
E*1
100(3.94) or more
[20(0.79) or more]
6
When opening or closing the battery cover: 72(2.83) or more
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
*1
6.3 Installation Position
6-5
6.4
Control Panel Inside Temperature and GOT Installation Angle
Install the GOT with its display section positioned as shown below.
Using the GOT with the installation angle other than the following accelerates the deterioration of the GOT.
When the multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z), the MELSECNET/H communication unit (GT15-J71LP23-25 or GT15-J71BR13),
or the CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13) is installed, the maximum temperature of the operating ambient
temperature is 50 °C.
When the GOT is installed at any angle from 60 ° to 105 °, the control panel inside temperature must be within 55 °C.
When the GOT is installed at any angle outside the range from 60 ° to 105 °, the control panel inside temperature must be
within 40 °C.
GOT
Display
section
105°
60°
Control panel
or others
6.5
Installing and Removing the GOT
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing the GOT.
6.5.1
Installing the GOT
Install the GOT in the following procedure.
For the panel cut dimensions for the GOT, refer to the following.
➠ 6.2 Panel Cut Dimensions
Step 1.
Insert the GOT rear face into the panel opening.
GOT
Panel opening
6-6
6.4 Control Panel Inside Temperature and GOT Installation Angle
6.5.2
While positioning a fitting on the mounting hole of the GOT, tighten a screw within the specified torque range
(0.36 N·m to 0.48 N·m).
Tightening the screw with a torque exceeding the specified torque range may deform the GOT front panel,
causing the protective sheet to become crinkled.
6
Removing the GOT
Step 1.
Remove the screws from the GOT.
Remove the fittings from the GOT.
Step 2.
Remove the GOT from the panel opening.
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
Step 2.
GOT
Panel opening
6.5 Installing and Removing the GOT
6-7
6.6
Installing and Removing the Extension Unit
For installing and removing a single extension unit, refer to the user's manual included in each extension unit.
The procedure of installing and removing the multiple extension units is as follows.
6.6.1
Installing multiple extension units
This section explains the procedure for mounting an extension unit on an already mounted extension unit.
Step 1.
Make sure that the GOT power is off.
Step 2.
Remove the connector cover and the stickers from the mounted extension unit.
Connector cover
Sticker
Step 3.
Mount an extension unit on the mounted extension unit.
Step 4.
Tighten the screws within the specified torque range (0.36 N·m to 0.48 N·m).
Step 5.
To mount another extension unit, repeat Step 2 to Step 3.
When you do not mount another extension unit, cover the screws with the accessory stickers to avoid static
electricity.
Keep the connector cover and the stickers attached.
Accessory
sticker
Connector
cover
Sticker
6-8
6.6 Installing and Removing the Extension Unit
POINT
(1) Mounting position of the communication unit that occupies two extension interfaces
The following lists the communication units that occupy two extension interfaces. These units
must be mounted to the GOT directly.
These communication unit cannot be mounted on other communication units.
When a video/RGB unit or a multimedia unit is mounted to the GOT, mount a communication
unit on the video/RGB unit or the multimedia unit.
• Bus connection unit (GT15-QBUS2, GT15-ABUS2, GT15-75QBUS2L, and GT1575ABUS2L only)
• MELSECNET/H communication unit
• CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit
• CC-Link IE Field Network communication unit
• CC-Link communication unit (GT15-J61BT13)
(2) Mounting GT15-75QBUSL, GT15-75QBUS2L, GT15-75ABUSL, and GT15-75ABUS2L
These units cannot be mounted on a video/RGB unit or a multimedia unit.
When connecting these units by the bus connection, use GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2, GT15ABUS, or GT15-ABUS2.
Removing the extension unit
Step 1.
Make sure that the GOT power is off.
Step 2.
Remove the accessory stickers from the mounted extension unit.
Step 3.
Loosen the screws of the unit.
Step 4.
Remove the extension unit.
6.6 Installing and Removing the Extension Unit
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
6.6.2
6
6-9
Step 5.
Install the connector covers and stickers of the extension interface.
Connector cover
Sticker
6 - 10
6.6 Installing and Removing the Extension Unit
6.7
Installing and Removing the Battery
Install a battery to the GOT before the first startup.
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a battery.(Described with the GOT rear face facing up.)
POINT
(1) Battery for GT27
GT27 has a battery in the battery cover as default. Before using GT27, connect the battery
connector to the GOT connector.
(2) Battery for GT23
Batteries for GT23 (GT11-50BAT) are sold separately. Purchase a battery before using
GT23, mount it to the GOT, and connect the GOT connector to battery connector.
(3) battery replacement time
To replace the battery, leave the GOT on for more than 10 minutes before replacing the
battery.Replace the battery within 5 minutes.(As for GT23, replace the battery within 30
seconds.)
Installing the battery
Step 1.
Make sure that the GOT power is off.
Step 2.
Install the battery to the GOT rear face.
Open the battery cover as shown below.
Battery cover
Example) GT2712
6
SD card cover
Example) GT2708
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
6.7.1
Battery cover
Example) GT2310
Step 3.
To replace the battery, remove the old battery, and then disconnect the connector.
Step 4.
Insert the connector of a new battery.
Make sure to insert the connector in the correct direction.
6.7 Installing and Removing the Battery
6 - 11
Step 5.
After installing the battery to the GOT, push and close the battery cover until it "clicks".
Battery
Example) GT2712
Battery cover
Battery
Example) GT2708 Connector
Connector
SD card cover
Battery
Example) GT2310
Step 6.
Turn on the GOT.
Step 7.
Check that the battery condition is normal with the utility.
For the details of the battery condition display, refer to the following.
Battery cover
Connector
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
6.7.2
Removing the battery
Step 1.
Make sure that the GOT power is off.
Step 2.
The battery is stored in the GOT rear face.
Open the battery cover as shown below.
Battery
Example) GT2712
Step 3.
6 - 12
Battery cover
Connector
Battery
Example) GT2708 Connector
Remove the battery, and disconnect the connector.
6.7 Installing and Removing the Battery
SD card cover
Battery
Example) GT2310
Battery cover
Connector
Push and close the battery cover until it "clicks".
Battery cover
Example) GT2712
SD card cover
Example) GT2708
Battery cover
Example) GT2310
6
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
Step 4.
6.7 Installing and Removing the Battery
6 - 13
6.8
Installing and Removing the SD Card
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing an SD card.(Described with the GOT rear face facing up.)
6.8.1
Installing the SD card
Step 1.
Open the SD card cover as shown below.
Step 2.
After making sure that SD card access LED is off with SD card cover 90 degrees or more open, insert an SD
card with its front side facing up.
SD card access LED
6 - 14
Open the cover of the SD card
interface 90 degrees or more.
Step 3.
Push and close the SD card cover until it "clicks".
Step 4.
When the SD card cover is closed, the access to the SD card is allowed.
6.8 Installing and Removing the SD Card
6.8.2
Step 1.
Removing the SD card
Open the SD card cover as shown below.
6
After making sure that SD card access LED is off with SD card cover 90 degrees or more open, push in the
SD card to remove it
SD card access LED
Step 3.
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
Step 2.
Open the cover of the SD card
interface 90 degrees or more.
Close the cover of the SD card interface.
6.8 Installing and Removing the SD Card
6 - 15
6.9
Installing and Removing the USB Devices
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB device.
POINT
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB device
When connecting the devices to the USB interface (Host) using USB hub with the GOT power
on, drive assignment of connected USB devices may be changed.To use the USB hub devices,
turn on the GOT with the devices connected.
6.9.1
Removing the USB devices
Step 1.
Push the [PUSH] mark on the USB environmental protection cover to open the cover.
Step 2.
Insert the USB interface to the USB interface (Host) as shown below.
Make sure to insert the USB interface connector in the correct direction.
6.9.2
Step 1.
Removing the USB devices
Place the USB device in removable mode.For the setting method, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
6 - 16
Step 2.
Remove the USB interface from the USB interface (Host) as shown below.
Step 3.
Push the [PUSH] mark on the USB environmental protection cover to close the cover.
6.9 Installing and Removing the USB Devices
6.10 Installing and Removing the USB cable
The following shows the procedure for installing and removing a USB cable to the USB interface on the GOT rear face.
6.10.1
Installing the USB cable
Install the USB cable to the GOT in the following procedure.
Attach a cable clamp depending on the usage environment, such as when fixing a cable is difficult.
Step 1.
Install the USB cable to a USB interface (Host/device) on the GOT rear face.
Step 2.
Insert a cable clamp to the mounting hole for a cable clamp shown in the following figure and push it until
you hear a clicking sound. For the direction that the band goes through, refer to the arrow in the figure.
(Cable clamp used in this example: RSG-130-V0, KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD.)
Step 3.
Pass the USB cable through a hole of the cable clamp and pull the band to fix the cable.
6.10 Installing and Removing the USB cable
6 - 17
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
6
6.10.2
Removing the USB cable
When removing the mounted cable clamp and USB cable, refer to the following procedure.
(Cable clamp used in this example: RSG-130-V0, KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD.)
Step 1.
Remove the cable clamp band
Draw out the band while pushing up the tab of the cable clamp with a screwdriver or other tools.
Band
Step 2.
Tab
Driver
Remove the cable clamp while holding its both sides (Arrow A in the figure). Removing the USB cable
A
A
POINT
The USB cable can be removed from the unit with the cable clamp. Remove the cable with
holding both sides of the cable clamp (Arrow A in the figure).
A
A
6 - 18
6.10 Installing and Removing the USB cable
7. WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY
SECTION
7.1
Wiring of External Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 2
7.2
Power Supply Wiring to the GOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 3
7.3
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 4
7.4
Wiring Inside and Outside the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 7
7.5
Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment . . . . . . . 7 - 8
7.6
Grounding the Extension Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 9
WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
7
7-1
7.1
Wiring of External Power Supply
■1. Separating the power supply system
Carry out wiring so that the power supply system is separated into the GOT, I/O equipment, and power equipment as
shown below.
When frequent noise is identified, connect an isolation transformer.
Main power
GOT
power
Isolation
transformer
GOT
T1
I/O power
I/O equipment
Main circuit power
Main circuit equipment
■2. Separating the power cables from the main circuit line and the I/O signal line
Separate the 100 V AC, 200 V AC, and 24 V DC cables from the main circuit lines (high voltage, large current) and I/O
signal lines.
Separate them with a distance of 100 mm or more as a guide.
■3. Treatment on power cables
Twist 100 V AC, 200 V AC, and 24 V DC cables as closely as possible, and connect the cables with the minimum
length between the power supply and each device.
To minimize the voltage drop, use thick wires as much as possible (Cable cross section: 0.75 mm2 to 2 mm2).
Use M3 solderless terminals, and securely tighten them with a tightening torque of 0.5 N·m to 0.8 N·m to prevent any
problems.
■4. Connecting the lightning surge absorber
As measures against surge due to lightning, connect a lightning surge absorber as shown below.
GOT
AC
E2
E1
← Lightening surge
absorber
Separate the grounding of the lightning surge absorber (E1) from the grounding of the GOT (E2).
Select an appropriate lightning surge absorber that has the maximum allowable circuit voltage withstanding the
maximum power supply voltage.
7-2
7.1 Wiring of External Power Supply
7.2
Power Supply Wiring to the GOT
This section shows an example of wiring cables, including power cables and ground cables, to the power terminals of the
GOT.
GOT
Fuse
For 100 V AC
INPUT
100-240VAC
GOT
For 24 V DC
INPUT
24VDC
- +
Ground wires
7
Grounding
(1) Treatment on power cables
For 100 V AC, 200 V AC, and 24 V DC cables, use thick wires as much as possible (Cable cross section: 0.75 mm2
to 2 mm2), and make sure to twist them to the terminals.
To prevent a short circuit due to loose screws, use a solderless terminal with an insulation sleeve.
(2) Grounding
After connecting the LG terminal and the FG terminal, make sure to connect them to the ground.
Otherwise, the system is susceptible to noise.
The LG terminal has a potential equal to a half of the input voltage.
Therefore, touching the terminal may lead to an electric shock.
7.2 Power Supply Wiring to the GOT
7-3
WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
■1. Precautions
7.3
Grounding
7.3.1
Grounding the GOT
■1. Grounding method
Ground the GOT as shown below.
• Use independent grounding as much as possible for the GOT.
Ground the GOT with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less.
• When independent grounding cannot be applied for the GOT, use shared grounding as shown in (2) below.
GOT
Other device
GOT
Other device
GOT
Other device
Grounding to the
protective ground
conductor
Grounding to the
protective ground
conductor
(1) Independent grounding…… Best (2) Shared grounding …… Good
(3) Common grounding …… Not allowed
• For the grounding methods of (1) and (2) above, use a cable with 2 mm2 or more cross section.
Make a ground point near the GOT as much as possible to shorten the ground cable.
■2. Grounding examples
(1) Independent grounding (Best)
For grounding for control system, ground the system at one end.
Especially for the control devices communicating each other, ground the system at one end.
Power equipment
(such as servo)
CN1A CN
1B
Connection cable
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
FG
FG
LG
Ground
terminal
block
Panel
grounding
GOT
Ground terminal block
Grounding for
control system
Grounding for
power system
(2) Shared grounding (Good)
Ground the system at one end.
To prevent noise from entering the GOT, use a short and thick wire for grounding between the ground and the control
panel to lower ground resistance.
Power equipment
(such as servo)
CN1A CN
1B
Connection cable
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
FG
FG
LG
Panel grounding
Panel grounding
Use as short and thick a wire as possible.
7-4
7.3 Grounding
GOT
(3) Common grounding (Not allowed)
Do not connect the ground cables of the power equipment and control equipment with a wire.
When the cables are connected, noise from the power equipment may affect the control equipment, causing a
malfunction.
Power equipment
(such as servo)
Connection cable
CN1A CN1B
CN2
CN3
FG
FG
LG
The power equipment
and the control
equipment are
connected with a wire.
FG
LG
GOT
Panel grounding
Panel grounding
■3. Recommended terminal shape
φ3.2
Terminal Solderless
screw
terminal
6.2 mm or less
Terminal Solderless
screw
terminal
7
φ3.2
When wiring one cable
to one terminal
When wiring two cables
to one terminal
Applicable solderless terminal
RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2-N3A, FV2-N3A
7.3.2
Causes of wiring-related malfunction and countermeasure examples
Causes of a malfunction due to grounding of the GOT include potential difference caused by grounding and noise.
The following measures may reduce potential difference and noise.
■1. Wiring of the ground cable and power line of the GOT
When the ground cable and power line of the GOT are installed together, the GOT may malfunction due to noise.
Separating the ground cable and power line of the GOT in wiring reduces the influence of noise.
GOT
LG
FG
Power for the
power equipment
Good example: The ground and power cables
are separated in wiring.
GOT
LG
FG
Power for the
power equipment
Bad example: The ground and power cables
are installed together.
7.3 Grounding
7-5
WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
6.2 mm or less
■2. When leading the ground cable from the control panel having control equipment into the
control panel having the GOT
When a single ground cable is led from the control panel having control equipment, including a PLC, into the control
panel having the GOT, the cable may be directly connected to the power terminal of the GOT.
Connection
cable
Ground cable led from
the panel having
the control equipment
FG
GOT
LG
The malfunction due to the potential difference caused by the grounding in such a case may be prevented by reducing
the voltage as shown in countermeasure example 1 below.
(1) Countermeasure example 1
When any potential difference between the ground cable and the control panel having the GOT affects the GOT, also
connect the ground cable to the control panel.
When Countermeasure example 1-1 is difficult to be taken, such as the wiring is impossible, carry out wiring as
shown in Countermeasure example 1-2.
Measure example 1-1
Measure example 1-2
Connection
cable
Connection
cable
GOT
GOT
FG
LG
FG
LG
Ground wires
Ground wires
Use as short
and thick a wire
as possible.
Grounding to
the panel
Grounding to
the panel
If noise further affects the GOT by taking Countermeasure example 1, Countermeasure example 2 may reduce the
influence of noise.
(2) Countermeasure example 2
If the noise from the control panel having the GOT adversely affects the GOT even after Countermeasure example 1
is taken, attach the ferrite core (KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD. RFC-H13 or equivalent).
When attaching a ferrite core, insert the cable through the ferrite core several times (approximately three times).
When Countermeasure example 2-1 is difficult to be taken, such as the wiring is impossible, carry out wiring as
shown in Countermeasure example 2-2.
Measure example 2-1
Measure example 2-2
Connection
cable
FG
Connection
cable
GOT
Ground wires
LG
Ground wires
Use as short
and thick a wire
as possible.
7-6
7.3 Grounding
FG
Ferrite core
Grounding to
the panel
GOT
LG
Ferrite core
Grounding to
the panel
7.4
7.4.1
Wiring Inside and Outside the Control Panel
Control panel inside wiring
As shown in the following figure, power lines, including power cables and servo amplifier driving cables, and communication
cables, including bus connection cables and network cables, must not be mixed.
Mixing the power lines and communication cables may cause a malfunction due to noise.
When devices that generate surge noise, including a molded case circuit breaker (MCCB), electromagnetic contactor (MC),
relay (RA), solenoid valve, and induction motor, are used, a surge suppressor is effective.
For the surge suppressor, refer to the following.
➠
7.5 Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment
Separately wired power lines and
communication cables
Mixed power lines and
communication cables
Inside control panel
Power cable
Power cable
GOT
connection
cable
NFB
Inside control panel
GOT
connection
cable
NFB
PLC I/O wire
MC
MC
RA
PLC
I/O wire
MC
RA
MC
Driving
control line
RA
Driving
control line
7
Terminal block
Terminal block
Control panel outside wiring
To lead the power line and the communication cable outside the control panel, open cable holes at two separate places to
lead the cables separately out.
When the cables are led out through the same cable hole for wiring reasons, the cables are more easily affected by noise.
Wiring the power lines and the communication
cables outside the control panel
Power line
Power line
Communication cable
Communication
cable
Cable hole
Separate the power line and communication cable each other 100 mm or more in the duct.
When the cables are close each other for wiring reasons, use a separator (made of metal).
Doing so reduces the noise influence.
Wiring of power line and communication cable in the duct
Power line
Wiring duct
Separator
100 mm or more
Signal
wire
Power line
Communication
cable
7.4 Wiring Inside and Outside the Control Panel
7-7
WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
7.4.2
RA
7.5
Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment
When the GOT fails to work properly, for example a communication error occurs, in synchronization with the ON/OFF status
of the specific control equipment, including a molded case circuit breaker, electromagnetic contactor, relay, solenoid valve,
and induction motor (hereinafter described as load), the GOT may be affected by surge noise.
In such a case, separate the ground cable and the communication cable from the load.
When the ground cable or communication cable has to be installed close to the load, attaching a surge suppressor is
effective.
Attach a surge suppressor closest to the load.
■1. Measures against AC inductive load
The GOT ground cable and the communication cable
must not be installed close to the load.
Output equipment
such as PLC's
output module
C
Output
R
AC
L
L
o
a
d
The surge suppressor must
be attached close to the load.
■2. Measures against DC inductive load
The GOT ground cable and the communication cable
must not be installed close to the load.
Output equipment
such as PLC's
output module
DC
7-8
L
L
o
a
d
The surge suppressor must
be attached close to the load.
D
Output
7.5 Attaching a Surge Suppressor to Control Equipment
7.6
Grounding the Extension Unit
7.6.1
Wiring of the FG cable of a bus connection cable
This section explains wiring of FG cables when a GOT is connected to a PLC CPU with bus connection cables.
POINT
Cables connected to the PLC CPU
Do not install the connection cable together with or close to the main circuit lines (high voltage,
large current) or I/O signal lines.
■1. Connecting the QCPU/motion controller CPU (Q series) and GOT
Grounding of the FG cable for the QCPU and motion controller CPU (Q series) is unnecessary since they have no FG
cable.
■2. Connecting the QnACPU/ACPU/motion controller CPU (A series) and GOT
Ground a GOT as shown below when GT15-C□EXSS-1 or GT15-C□BS is used.
POINT
(2) Ground cables
Up to two ground cables can be connected to each of LG and FG of the GOT.
When three or more ground cables need to be connected, connect the third and later cables
to the LG.
(1) For GT15-C□EXSS-1
Not connected
GOT
PLC
(GT15-C□BS)
FG
LG
N
L
OUT
IN
L N LG FG
(GT15-EXCNB)
2SQ wire FG terminal
28 cm or less
Step 1.
Connect the LG and FG of the GOT power supply at the terminal block and ground them with one cable.
Step 2.
Wire the FG cable of the GT15-C□BS. The length of the cable must be 28 cm or shorter.
Step 3.
Do not connect the ground cable for FG of the GT15-EXCNB.
Step 4.
Connect the FG cable of the GT15-C□BS at the GOT side to FG of the power terminal block of the GOT.
Step 5.
Connect the FG cable of the GT15-C□BS at the PLC side to the FG of the power supply module of the
PLC.
Step 6.
Connect the LG and FG of the PLC at the terminal block and ground them with one cable.
(2) For GT15-C□BS
Perform the grounding at the GOT side (described in (1)) for both GOTs.
7.6 Grounding the Extension Unit
7-9
7
WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
(1) Terminals of the GOT
Layout of terminal blocks of a GOT differs depending on the GOT model.
Check the terminal layout of the GOT to be used and perform wiring.
7 - 10
7.6 Grounding the Extension Unit
8. OPERATING THE GOT
Outline Procedure to Start the GOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 2
8.2
Creating Project Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 5
8
OPERATING THE GOT
8.1
8-1
8.1
Outline Procedure to Start the GOT
This section explains the outline procedure to operate the GOT.
Start
Preparing project data
Installing an extension unit and option
Installing the GOT, and power supply wiring
Writing package data
Connecting the GOT and the controller
Starting monitoring
End
■1. Preparing project data
Step 1.
Install GT Designer3 Version1 on the personal computer.
For how to install GT Designer3 Version1, refer to the following.
➠ GT Works3 Version1 Installation Instructions
Step 2.
Create project data with GT Designer3 Version1.
For how to use GT Designer3 Version1 and create project data, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
■2. Installing an extension unit and option
Step 1.
Install options other than the SD card and USB memory to the GOT.
For how to install options, refer to the following.
➠ 6.7 Installing and Removing the Battery
➠ User's Manual of each option
Step 2.
Install an extension unit to the GOT.
For how to install extension units, refer to the following.
➠ 6.6 Installing and Removing the Extension Unit
■3. Installing the GOT, and power supply wiring
Step 1.
Install the GOT to the control panel.
For how to install the GOT, refer to the following.
➠ 6.5 Installing and Removing the GOT
Step 2.
Carry out wiring of power cables for the GOT.
For the wiring of power cables, refer to the following.
➠ 7. WIRNG OF POWER SUPPLY SECTION
8-2
8.1 Outline Procedure to Start the GOT
■4. Writing package data
Write package data with GT Designer3 Version1.
The writing procedure differs depending on the data writing method.
POINT
Terms
(1) Basic software
The basic software is equivalent to an operating system of the GOT.
A GOT in which no basic software is written cannot be started.
(2) Package data
The package data contains project data and applications necessary to execute the project
data.
Writing the package data into the GOT enables you to use the user-created project data on
the GOT.
(1) Writing package data directly from a personal computer to the GOT
Connect the GOT and a personal computer, and write the package data to the GOT.
Connect the personal computer and GOT.
• USB:
Connect the USB interface (Device) and the USB port of the personal computer with a USB cable.
• Ethernet:
Connect the Ethernet interface and the Ethernet port of the personal computer with an Ethernet cable.
To write the package data to the GOT by Ethernet, install the basic software to the GOT and configure
the communication settings to enable the communication between the GOT and the personal computer
by Ethernet in advance.
• Modem:
Connect the RS-232 interface and the personal computer via a modem.
• Via PLC:
Connect the GOT and the personal computer via the PLC connected to the GOT.
For each connection setting, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
Step 2.
Turn on the GOT.
Step 3.
Write the package data with GT Designer3 Version1.
For how to write the package data, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
(2) Writing package data from the data storage to the GOT
Write the package data to the GOT using the data storage such as an SD card.
Step 1.
Install a data storage such as an SD card to the personal computer.
Step 2.
Write the package data to the data storage with GT Designer3 Version1.
For how to write the package data, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
Step 3.
Install the data storage to the GOT.
• SD card (A drive): Insert the card to the SD card interface.
• USB memory (Drive B): Insert the memory to the USB interface (Host).
• Other data storage (Drive B to drive G): Connect the storage to the USB interface (Host).
8.1 Outline Procedure to Start the GOT
8
OPERATING THE GOT
Step 1.
8-3
Step 4.
Turn on the GOT.
To start the GOT with the built-in flash memory (Drive C), write the package data to the built-in flash
memory (Drive C) of the GOT.
For how to write the package data, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
To start the GOT with the data storage (Drive A, B, D to G), writing the package data to the built-in flash
memory (Drive C) of the GOT is not required.
■5. Connecting the GOT and the controller
Step 1.
Check the communication settings in the utility screen of the GOT.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
Step 2.
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Step 3.
Connect the GOT and controller with a cable.
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual
■6. Starting monitoring
Step 1.
Turn on the GOT and the connected system.
Step 2.
The GOT starts monitoring.
POINT
Precautions when the startup source of the GOT is any other than the built-in flash
memory (Drive C)
(1) GOT startup time
The GOT startup time is longer than the normal startup time.
The GOT startup time differs depending on the data storage type, number of written
applications, and package data size.
(2) Handling the SD card during the GOT startup
When the startup source is the SD card (Drive A), do not open the cover of the SD card
interface during the GOT startup.
Doing so causes the GOT to fail to start normally.
(3) Corrective actions when the GOT cannot be started
The GOT cannot be started in any of the following conditions.
Take the following corrective actions, and turn on the GOT again.
Condition
Corrective action
The type of the physical GOT differs from the
Prepare the SD card that stores the package
GOT type of the package data stored in the SD
data containing the GOT type same as the GOT
card.
to be used.
Delete unnecessary data in the memory of the
The GOT has insufficient memory.
GOT.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
8-4
8.1 Outline Procedure to Start the GOT
8.2
Creating Project Data
Create project data with GT Designer3 Version1.
For how to operate GT Designer3 Version1, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
■1. Precautions for drawing
(1) Starting GT Designer3 Version1
When starting GT Designer3 Version1, make sure to start the GOT2000 application.
You cannot create the GOT2000 screens with the GOT1000 application.
OPERATING THE GOT
8
8.2 Creating Project Data
8-5
8-6
8.2 Creating Project Data
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
9. MAINTENANCE AND
INSPECTION
9.1
Daily Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 2
9.2
Periodic Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 2
9.3
Screen Cleaning Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 4
9.4
Low-Voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement . . . . 9 - 5
9
9-1
9.1
Daily Inspection
The GOT does not have consumable components that shorten its life.
However, the battery and liquid crystal display have limited life.
The periodical replacement of the battery is recommended.
For replacing the liquid crystal display, consult Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
For the battery and the liquid crystal display, refer to the following.
➠ 3.2 Performance Specifications
■1. Daily inspection items
Item
1)
Inspection item
Inspection method
Criterion
GOT installation status
Check for loose screws.
Securely tightened
Retighten screws with a
screwdriver.
Not loose
Visual check
Proper intervals
Visual check
Not loose
Visual check
Not outstanding
Visual check
No foreign matter adherence
Loose terminal
screws
2)
Connection
status
Retighten screws with the
specified torque.
Retighten terminal
screws.
Proximity of
solderless
Correct intervals.
terminals
Loose
contactors
Retighten contactor fixing
screws.
Dirt on the
protective
3)
Corrective action
Usage
sheet
status
Foreign
material
adherence
Replace the sheet with a
new sheet.
Remove and clean the
foreign material.
For the model of the protective sheet and the replacement procedure, refer to the following.
➠ User's manual of the protective sheet
9.2
Periodic Inspection
■1. Half-yearly or yearly inspection items
Inspect the following items when moving or modifying equipment, or changing wiring.
Item
Inspection item
Inspection method
Display
Ambient
temperature
1
Surrounding
environment
Ambient
humidity
section
Measure corrosive gas with
a thermometer or
hygrometer.
Atmosphere
GOT with
2
100 V AC -
Power supply
240 V AC
voltage check
power
GOT with 24
V DC power
Input polarity
of 24 V DC
power
Looseness
3
Installation
Foreign
status
material
adherence
9-2
9.1 Daily Inspection
Criterion
Other sections
Corrective action
0 °C to 40 °C
For use in a control panel,
0 °C to 55 °C
10 % RH to 90% RH
the control panel inside
temperature is the ambient
temperature.
No corrosive gas
Measure voltage across the
100 V AC terminal to the
85 V AC to 242 V AC
Change the power supply.
240 V AC terminal.
Measure voltage across 24
Left: -
V DC terminals.
Right: +
Move the unit.
Mounted firmly
Visual check
No foreign matter adherence
Change wiring.
Retighten screws.
Remove and clean the
foreign material.
Item
Inspection item
Loose
terminal
screws
4
Connection
Proximity of
status
solderless
Inspection method
Retighten screws with a
Criterion
Corrective action
Not loose
Retighten terminal screws.
Visual check
Proper intervals
Correct intervals.
Visual check
Not loose
screwdriver.
terminals
contactors
5
Battery
Retighten contactor fixing
screws.
Check the voltage status of
Replace the battery with a
the GOT built-in battery in [
new battery when the
時間に関する設定 ] of the
utility.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's
Manual (Utility)
No alarm
current battery has
reached the specified life
span, even if the low
voltage is not indicated.
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
Loose
9
9.2 Periodic Inspection
9-3
9.3
Screen Cleaning Method
Use the GOT always in a clean condition.
To clean the GOT, wipe the dirty part with a soft cloth using neutral detergent or ethanol.
Clean
POINT
Precautions for screen cleaning
Do not use solvents such as acetone, benzene, toluene, and alcohol.
Solvents may deform the protective sheet or peel the dissolvable paint on the surface.
In addition, do not use spray solvents.
Doing so may cause an electrical failure of the GOT and peripheral devices.
9-4
9.3 Screen Cleaning Method
9.4
Low-Voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement
■1. Low-voltage battery detection and battery replacement
The battery is used to hold the current time and the maintenance time notification data.
The periodical replacement of the battery is recommended.
For the battery replacement procedure, refer to the following.
➠ 6.7 Installing and Removing the Battery
You can check if the battery has a low voltage by using the utility and the system alarm.
For details of the battery status display by using the utility, refer to the following.
The system alarm enables the GOT to display the message notifying the low-voltage battery when the battery voltage
is low.
To display the message by the system alarm, set [バッテリ低下アラーム出力] to ON.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
System alarm
500 Warning! Built-in battery voltage is low.
9
For the details of the system alarm, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
POINT
Battery replacement timing
When a low-voltage battery is detected, replace the battery immediately.
The GOT retains the data for 14 days after the low-voltage battery detection. However, after the
period, the GOT cannot retain the data.
9.4 Low-Voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
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■2. Handling of batteries and devices with built-in batteries in EU member states
This section explains the precautions for disposing of waste batteries in EU member states and for exporting batteries
and devices with built-in batteries to EU member states.
(1) Precautions for disposal
EU member states have a separate collection system for waste batteries.
Dispose of batteries properly at the local community waste collection/recycling center.
The following symbol is printed on batteries and packaging of devices with built-in batteries used for Mitsubishi
Graphic Operation Terminal (GOT).
POINT
This symbol is valid in the EU member states only.
The symbol is specified in Article 20 "Information for end-users" and ANNEX II of the new EU
Battery Directive (2006/66/EC).
The symbol indicates that batteries need to be disposed of separately from other wastes.
(2) Precautions for export
The new EU Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) requires the following when batteries and/or devices with built-in
batteries are sold and exported to EU member states.
• To print the symbol on batteries, devices, or their packaging
• To explain the symbol in the manuals of the products
The batteries and/or devices with built-in batteries manufactured before the EU Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) took
effect are also subject to the directive.
(a)
Labelling the symbol
To market or export batteries and/or devices with built-in batteries, which have no symbol, to EU member states,
print the symbol as shown in (1) above on the GOT or its packaging.
(b)
Attaching the manual
To export devices incorporating the GOT to EU member states, attach this manual.
If no GOT manual is included with the equipment, separately attach an explanatory note regarding the symbol to
the manuals of each device.
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9.4 Low-Voltage Battery Detection and Battery Replacement
10.1
GOT Restoration Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 2
10.2
Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 14
10.3
Error Messages and System Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 17
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10
10 - 1
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
This section provides check sheets for restoration in cases where the GOT does not operate normally.
The following explains how to use each sheet.
■1. When the GOT does not operate or malfunctions (GOT status check sheet)
When the GOT does not operate or malfunctions, identify the cause of the malfunction using ■the GOT status check
sheet, and take a corrective action.
When the GOT is restored, see the status for a while.
■2. When the wiring needs to be improved (GOT installation status check sheet)
As a result of the above check (1), the cause of the malfunction or others is thought to be due to the noise generated by
the GOT wiring status, take a corrective action for wiring by using the GOT installation status check sheet.
When the GOT is restored, see the status for a while.
■3. When a corrective action other than the above is required (System configuration check
sheet)
If a malfunction or others still occurs even after the above checks, fill out the system configuration check sheet with
details about your system, and consult your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
When sending a faulty product, attach the GOT restoration sheets (GOT status check sheet, GOT installation status
check sheet, and the system configuration check sheet) checked in this section.
Keep copies of the restoration sheets.
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10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
10.1.1
GOT status check sheet
Check the GOT starting from ■1. GOT status.
Mark checkboxes that apply.to the symptom of your GOT.
Proceed according to the corrective actions.
■1. GOT status
(1) Check of failure frequency, such as the GOT does not operate and an error occurs on the screen
Check
Symptom
□
Always occurs.
□
Occurs sometimes.
Cause
Corrective action
• Frequency:
Proceed to (2).
Example: Once a month
(2) Check of the displayed error code (system alarm)
Check
Symptom
Cause
Corrective action
• Error code (system alarm):
□
Take the corrective action for the error
code (system alarm) or error message.
Can be checked.
If the status does not change with the
corrective action, proceed to (3).
Cannot be checked.
Proceed to (3).
error
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□
Example: 460 Communication unit
(3) Check of the POWER LED
Check
□
Symptom
Lit in blue.
Cause/status
Corrective action
The power is supplied normally.
Proceed to (4).
Screen saving is being performed.
When the read device of the system
□
Lit in orange
information was set, the device was
turned on and the screen was
switched to the forced screen saving
Check the setting of the read device.
If no problem is found in the setting,
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proceed to (4).
status.
□
□
Blinks in orange/blue.
Not lit
A backlight failure has occurred.
Proceed to ■ 5. Faulty product
investigation.
If the GOT is not restored, proceed to (4).
The power is not supplied.
Check if the power is supplied. If the GOT
If the power is supplied, the GOT
is not restored, proceed to .
hardware may be faulty.
■ 5. Faulty product investigation
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(4) Check of the screen display
Check
Symptom
Cause/status
Corrective action
Perform the following in order.
1) Write the package data again.
□
The screen is completely
The LCD or basic software may be
2) Install the basic software again.
black.
faulty.
If the GOT is not restored by the above
operations, proceed to ■
5. Faulty
product investigation.
□
□
The screen is completely
white.
The GOT hardware may be faulty.
A line is displayed on the
The GOT hardware may be faulty.
screen.
Example: A vertical line is displayed.
□
Other faulty displays
□
The screen freezes.
The screen display is not updated and
any operation is unavailable.
Proceed to ■
5. Faulty product
investigation.
Proceed to (5).
(5) Check of buzzer sound
Check
□
□
□
Symptom
No buzzer sound
Continues to beep
Cause/status
• Buzzer sound:
randomly.
Proceed to ■ 2. Status of the GOT when
it freezes (screen operation stopped).
Continues to beep in a
particular pattern.
Corrective action
Example: The rhythm repeats as three
beeps, one beep, and two beeps.
□
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Beeps continuously.
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
When the read device of the system
Check the setting of the read device.
information was set, the device was
If the Buzzer Output signal has no error,
turned on and the Buzzer Output
proceed to ■2. Status of the GOT when it
signal was input.
freezes (screen operation stopped).
■2. Status of the GOT when it freezes (screen operation stopped)
(1) Check of switching to the utility screen
Check
Symptom
Cause/status
Corrective action
• Error code (system alarm):
□
When the system alarm display function
can be used, take the action for the error
code (system alarm) displayed.
If the corrective action cannot be taken,
proceed to (2).
Possible
Example:
460 Communication unit error
□
Impossible
The system alarm cannot be used.
Proceed to (3).
(2) Executing the I/O check from the GOT utility
Check
Symptom
Cause/status
Corrective action
• Display details:
□
Communication error
Proceed to (3).
Example:
□
No error
The hardware such as a
communication interface has no error.
Proceed to ■
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A message indicating that the cause
may be a connection error has been
displayed.
3. PLC status.
(3) Check of the objects that are not displayed on the monitor screen
Check
□
□
Symptom
Found
Not found
Cause/status
Corrective action
• Details:
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Proceed to ■3. PLC status.
Example:
The numerical display object is not
displayed.
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■3. PLC status
(1) PLC failure
Check
Symptom
Cause/status
Corrective action
CONTROL-BUS. ERROR, SP. UNIT
LAY. ERROR, or others is considered.
• Error code (system alarm):
□
Proceed to the following.
Always occurs.
Example:
1204 CPU H/W failure
The PLC CPU may be affected by
noise or the hardware may be faulty.
• Frequency:
Example: Once a month
□
Occurs sometimes.
• Error code (system alarm):
Proceed to ■
procedure.
Example:
1204 CPU H/W failure
□
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Operates normally.
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
-
4. GOT restoration
■4. GOT restoration procedure
Follow the procedure below starting from 1), and check if the GOT is restored. Mark the corresponding checkbox.
If the GOT is not restored, proceed to the next check item.
Check item
1)
Press the GOT reset switch. * 1*3
2)
Power on/off the GOT. * 2*3
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Check
□ Not restored
□ Restored
□ Not restored
□ Restored
CPU.
□ Not restored
Power on/off the GOT and PLC
□ Restored
CPU simultaneously.
□ Not restored
Write the package data again.
Install the basic software again.
Corrective action
□ Restored
Reset or power on/off the PLC
Connect the cable again.
Cause/status
If the GOT is restored by the
operation on the left, a
Take the corrective action of
temporary malfunction or
10.1.2 GOT installation status
others due to noise is
check sheet.
considered.
If the GOT is restored by the
Securely connect the cable.
□ Restored
operation on the left, the
If an error occurs again, proceed
□ Not restored
cable connection may be
to ■
faulty.
investigation.
5. Faulty product
□ Restored
If the GOT is restored by the
□ Not restored
operation on the left, data
Do not power off the GOT during
may have been destroyed by
data transfer.
an action such as powering
If an error occurs again, proceed
off the GOT during the
to ■
package data writing or basic
investigation.
□ Restored
□ Not restored
5. Faulty product
software installation.
Take the preventive measures
8)
against noise (10.1.2 GOT
installation status check sheet).
□ Restored
□ Not restored
A temporary malfunction or
others due to noise is
considered.
Take the action in 10.1.2 GOT
installation status check sheet.
Install the failure unit to the GOT
9)
Replace the unit.
□ Restored
□ Not restored
If the GOT is restored by the
again to check that the unit
operation on the left, the unit
causes the malfunction.
may has a hardware failure.
After the check, proceed to ■
5.
Faulty product investigation.
10)
The GOT is not restored even by
1) to 9).
*1
*2
*3
-
-
Proceed to ■
5. Faulty product
investigation.
Models other than GT23 are the targets. The GOT reset switch does not operate when the bus connection is used.
Models other than GT23 are the targets. When using the bus connection, do not turn off and then on the GOT while the PLC
power is on.
Make sure to turn off the PLC first, and turn off and then on the GOT.
Models other than GT23 are the targets. Powering off the GOT causes an error in the control station for the MELSECNET/H
connection or in the master station for the CC-Link connection (intelligent device station).
■5. Faulty product investigation
If you cannot restore the GOT, consult your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
Depending on the problem details, we may ask you to send the faulty product to us.
In that case, attach the GOT status check sheet, GOT installation status check sheet, and system configuration check
sheet filled with details about your system.
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
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No.
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10.1.2
GOT installation status check sheet
Check the current installation status of your GOT as shown in ■1. to ■7.
According to the status of the GOT found after a check, take measures described below if necessary.
If the measure is taken, mark the effect, "Effective" or "Ineffective".
■1. Control panel inside wiring
(1) Current status
Check if power lines, such as power cables and servo amplifier driving cables, and communication cables, such as
bus connection cables (except for GT23) and network cables, are mixed in the wiring duct inside the control panel.
NFB
□ Mixed
MC
MC
RA
RA
□ Not mixed
(2) Measure for the mixed cables
Wiring the power lines and the communication cables inside the control panel without mixing them in the duct
reduces the influence of noise.
NFB
□ Effective
MC
MC
RA
RA
□ Ineffective
■2. Control panel outside wiring
(1) Current status
Check if the power line and the communication cable are installed together.
Power line
□ Installed together
□ Not installed together
Communication
cable
(2) Measure for the cables tied in a bundle
As shown in the figure below, leading the power line and communication cable separately from different places to the
outside of the control panel reduces the influence of noise from the power line.
Power line
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Communication
cable
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
Separating the communication cable from the power line or using a separator (made of metal) in the duct, as shown
below, reduces the influence of noise.
Power
line
Wiring duct
Separator
□ Effective
100 mm or more
□ Ineffective
Signal
Power
wire
line
Communication
cable
■3. Wiring of the FG cable and power line for the GOT
(1) Current status
Check if the FG cable and power line of the GOT are installed together.
GOT
LG FG
□ Installed together
□ Not installed together
Power for the
power equipment
(2) Measure for the cables tied in a bundle
TROUBLESHOOTING
Separating the FG cable and power line of the GOT reduces the influence of noise.
GOT
LG FG
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
Power for the
power equipment
■4. Measures against surge
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(1) Current status
Check if a surge suppressor is used for the wiring of the load such as a molded case circuit breaker, electromagnetic
contactor, relay, solenoid valve, or induction motor.
When a surge suppressor is used, fill in the entry column below with the surge suppressor model and the name of
the equipment with the surge suppressor.
PLC
C
Output
R
L
L
o
a
d
□ Used
□ Not used
AC
Entry column
Surge suppressor model
Equipment name
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(2) Measure for the equipment without a surge suppressor
Attaching a surge suppressor close to the load reduces the influence of surge on the GOT.
PLC
L
L
o
a
d
C
Output
R
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
AC
The surge suppressor must
be attached close to the load.
■5. Installation status
(1) Current status
Check if the FG cables of the control equipment (such as a PLC) and the power equipment (such as a servo
amplifier) are connected as shown in "a" of the following figure.
PLC
Servo amplifier
Connection cable
CN1A CN1B
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
□ Applicable
FG
a
FG
LG
Panel grounding
□ Not applicable
GOT
Panel grounding
(2) Measure when a single ground cable is led
Perform independent grounding at two places as shown in Figure A.
The independent grounding reduces the influence of noise.
When independent grounding is unavailable, perform shared grounding as shown in Figure B.
Figure A
PLC
Servo amplifier
Connection cable
CN1A CN1B
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
FG
GOT
FG
LG
Panel grounding
Terminal
block
Grounding for power system
Terminal block
Grounding for
control system
Panel grounding
Grounding for power system
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
Figure B
PLC
Servo amplifier
Connection cable
CN1A CN1B
FG
LG
CN2 CN3
FG
Panel grounding
FG
LG
GOT
Panel grounding
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10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
■6. Grounding status of the control panel having the GOT
(1) Current status
Check if a single ground cable is led from the control panel having the control equipment such as a PLC to the control
panel having the GOT.
Connection
cable
GOT
Ground cable led from
the panel having the
control equipment
FG
LG
□ Applicable
□ Not applicable
(2) Measure when a single ground cable is led
(a) Measure 1
By connecting the ground cable to the control panel having the GOT as shown in Figure A to reduce the potential
difference, a malfunction can be prevented.
If wiring as shown in Figure A is unavailable, perform wiring as shown in Figure B.
Figure A
TROUBLESHOOTING
Connection
cable
GOT
FG
LG
Ground wires
Use as short and
thick a wire as
possible.
Grounding to
the panel
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
Figure B
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Connection
cable
GOT
Ground wires
FG
LG
Grounding to
the panel
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(b)
Measure 2
By attaching a ferrite core (KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD. RFC-H13 or equivalent) to the ground cable
connected to the control panel having the GOT as shown in Figure C, the influence of noise is reduced.
If wiring as shown in Figure C is unavailable, perform wiring as shown in Figure D.
Figure C
Connection
cable
GOT
FG
LG
Ferrite core
Ground wires
Grounding to
the panel
Use as short
and thick a wire
as possible.
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
Figure D
Connection
cable
GOT
FG
LG
Ground wires
Ferrite core
Grounding to
the panel
■7. Power supply system
(1) Current status
Check if the power is supplied for the GOT, I/O equipment (such as a relay), and power equipment (such as a servo
amplifier) from the same system.
Isolation transformer
Main power
200VAC
PLC power
PLC
GOT
I/O power
I/O equipment
□ Applicable
□ Not applicable
Main circuit power
Power equipment
(2) Measure when a single ground cable is led
By separately wiring the GOT power and the I/O equipment power/power equipment power, and connecting an
isolation transformer, the influence of noise is reduced.
Isolation transformer
Main power
200VAC
PLC power
PLC
GOT
I/O power
I/O equipment
Main circuit power
Power equipment
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10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
□ Effective
□ Ineffective
10.1.3
System configuration check sheet
Fill in the following table with the details of the system configuration, such as the GOT type and unit model.
■1. System configuration for the GOT
System configuration
Item
Usage
GOT (Example: GT2710-STBA)
Communication interface
Model
Communication unit
Used, Not used
GOT built-in interface
Used, Not used
Option unit
Used, Not used
Cable between the controller and GOT
-
Cable length
-
When using any other units or options, describe them.
Item
System configuration
Usage
Power supply module
-
CPU
-
Serial communication module
Computer link module
Model
Used, Not used
Network module
Used, Not used
Interrupt module
Used, Not used
Positioning module
Used, Not used
Number of PLC extension base units
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■2. System configuration for the PLC
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10
extension base units
When using any other units or others, describe them.
■3. Entry column for recurrence (when the malfunction has occurred after the corrective
action was taken)
Describe the operation situation when the GOT screen froze or the GOT display is faulty at the recurrence.
10.1 GOT Restoration Sheets
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10.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection
If an error occurs in the bus connection between the GOT and the PLC CPU and the cause is not clear with the system
alarm, perform the troubleshooting described in this section.
For the details of the system alarm, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
For the details of the bus connection, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series Connection Manual
10.2.1
Identifying the error position
This section explains how to identify the error position.
For the details of the PLC CPU error and special register, refer to the User's Manual of the PLC CPU used.
■1. How to identify the error position
Identify the error position, modify the sequence program or replace the module where the error occurs, and check
whether the error occurs again.
If the error occurs again, other causes are considered.
Refer to the following to narrow possible error positions.
➠
(1) Checking the error in the PLC
Step 1.
Check the type of the error detected in the PLC using GX Works2 or others.
Step 2.
Check each module and the installation and grounding status of the cables according to the error
message on the PLC CPU.
(2) Checking the error occurrence timing
Check the timing of the error occurrence.
(a)
An error occurs when the power is turned on or immediately after the PLC is reset.
The error may be detected in the initial process of the PLC CPU.
In this case, since the faulty module cannot be usually identified, set only the END instruction in the sequence
program and remove the modules one by one.
When the error is eliminated after a specific module has been removed, the module may have caused the error.
(b)
An error occurs after or several seconds after a specific operation.
The error may occur in the sequence program.
Check the error step where the error may occur and the sequence program in the step.
You can determine whether the whole sequence program has a problem by setting only the END instruction in
the sequence program.
(c)
An error occurs when a specific device operates.
A malfunction caused by noise is considered.
Check if any signal line such as a bus connection cable is not installed close to the operating device.
If the line is close to the device, keep a distance of 100 mm or more between the line and the device.
(3) Identifying the module where an error occurs
Identify the module where an error occurs using the PLC CPU error codes and special resister information.
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10.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection
10.2.2
Narrowing the possible error positions
If the system cannot be restored even though the module with an error is replaced, another module may cause the error.
Disconnect the extension cables and bus connection cables in order, starting from the module at the end of the system, and
check for the error.
The module, extension cable, or bus connection cable disconnected immediately before the error does not occur is
considered to cause the error.
The following shows examples of narrowing possible error positions. (When QnASCPU and an extension base unit are
used)
Example 1:
Example 2:
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC.
Turn off the power of the PLC.
Disconnect the bus connection cable
(IN side) from the GOT located at the final stage.
Turn on the power of the PLC.
Turn on the power of the PLC.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
If an error does not occur, the GOT
located at the final stage may be faulty.
If an error does not occur, the GOT located at
the final stage and the bus connection cable
connected to that GOT may be faulty.
Repeat examples 1 and 2 above to identify the error position.
POINT
Precautions for narrowing the possible error positions
When disconnecting the modules from the extension base unit in order, setting only the END
instruction in the sequence program eliminates errors arising from the sequence program.
Therefore, you can check the error occurrence easily.
When the error does not occur frequently, take time to check the error occurrence with the
modules disconnected.
This check is effective to identify a noise invading route when the malfunction is caused by noise.
10.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Disconnect the bus connection cable (OUT side) from
the GOT located at one stage before the final stage.
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10.2.3
Specific example of troubleshooting
With the following system as an example, this section shows a troubleshooting when an error occurs in the PLC CPU.
(When QnASCPU and an extension base unit are used)
PLC
(main base unit)
Extension
cable
GOT 1)
PLC
(extension base unit)
Bus connection
cable
GOT 2)
Bus connection
cable
Start
Check the error code/step appearing on the PLC CPU.
(Identify the status of the error and the location where the error occurs.)
The SP. UNIT DOWN message appears on the PLC CPU.
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC.
Replace the faulty PLC CPU with a new one.
Turn on the power of the PLC.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
A further error occurs. (not on PLC CPU.)
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC.
Disconnect the bus connection cable from the GOT 2) at IN side. (to further identify the error positions)
Turn on the power of the PLC.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
A further error occurs.
(not on the GOT 2) (bus connection unit)).
Turn off the power of the GOT.
Turn off the power of the PLC.
Disconnect the bus connection cable from the GOT 1) at OUT side. (to further identify the error positions)
Turn on the power of the PLC.
Turn on the power of the GOT.
No error occurs.
The bus connection cable connecting the GOT 1) to the GOT 2) is identified as faulty.
Replace the faulty bus connection cable with a new one.
End
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10.2 Troubleshooting for the Bus Connection
10.3 Error Messages and System Alarms
This section explains the error messages and system alarms displayed on the GOT.
The system alarm function displays the error code and error message when an error occurs in the GOT, controller, or
network.
For the details of the system alarm, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
POINT
Error code and channel No.
You can check error codes in the error code storage area of the system information function.
You can check the channel No. where an error occurs with the GOT special register (GS262 to
264).
For the details of the system information and GOT special register, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
10.3.1
Displayed contents
The section explains an example of displaying an error code and error message on the GOT.
When an error occurs, the GOT can display the error code and error message with the popup display at the front of the
monitor screen.
Since an alarm pops up regardless of the screen, you cannot miss the error.
A 1254 A 1254
B 348 B 348
04/6/1 13:20 Power module
Generated alarms are popped up
regardless of the screen.
■2. Displaying the error codes and error messages in a list (System alarm display)
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When an error occurs, the GOT can display the error codes and error messages in the list set on the screen.
Displaying multiple errors and recording the events as history are available.
Date
04/6/1
04/6/1
Time
10:25
8:05
Message
Temp.error
Fuse error
Recovered
11:25
Checked
10:45
Create a screen to display alarms,
and confirm the details of the alarms
and take measures for the errors.
10.3 Error Messages and System Alarms
TROUBLESHOOTING
■1. Displaying the error codes and error messages with the popup display (Alarm popup
display)
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■3. Checking error messages with the utility (Utility)
You can check the error codes and error messages using the system alarm display of the utility even though its object
is not set.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
Error codes and reference manuals
Storage
location of
Error source
Error code
Description
Reference
channel No.
with error
*1
0 to 99
(Value of D9008)
100 to 299
Error code of the following
controllers
FXCPU*2
Non-Mitsubishi PLC
Temperature controller (OMRON
temperature controller only)
300 to 399
Error code of the GOT main unit
function
400 to 499
Error code of the GOT
communication function
500 to 699
Error code of the GOT main unit
function
800 to 999
Error code of the network
1000 to 10000
Error code of the CPU
(QCPU, LCPU, or QnACPU)
Controller
GOT*5
Network
CPU
(Value of SD0)
GS263
GS262*4
User's Manual of the motion controller
connected to the GOT
(Q173DCPU/Q172DCPU)
CNC C70
11000 to 11999
Error code of the CNC
(Q173NCCPU)
Error code of the robot controller
Robot
12000 to 12999
controller
(Q172DRCPU)
Servo
amplifier
20016 to 20237
Error code of the servo amplifier
*3
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
User's Manual of the QCPU, LCPU, or
QnACPU connected to the GOT
10001 to 10999
controller
Manual of the controller connected to
the GOT
Deal with errors according to the error
messages.
GS264
Error code of the motion controller
Motion
10.3.2
User's Manual of the ACPU connected
to the GOT
Error code of CPU (ACPU)
GS263
User's Manual of the CNC C70
connected to the GOT
User's Manual of the robot controller
connected to the GOT
User's Manual of the servo amplifier
connected to the GOT
For the details of the GOT special registers (GS262 to GS264), refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
FXCPU has error codes 100 to 109, indicating the status of M8060 to M8069.
(Example) If error code (100) occurs, handle the error according to the M8060 description.
The GOT displays the error code displayed on the servo amplifier (hexadecimal) in decimal + 20000.
Therefore, when referring to the manual of the servo amplifier with the error code displayed on the GOT using the system alarm,
subtract 20000 from the GOT error code and convert the last 3 digits into the hexadecimal number.
(Example: When the GOT system alarm shows 20144, the error code of the servo amplifier is 90H.)
Depending on the error code, the channel No. is not stored.
For channel No. storage availability of each error code, refer to the following.
➠ GT Designer3 (GOT2000) Help
With the system alarm related to the file access, you cannot identify the drive where the alarm occurs. However, you can identify
the drive by checking the File Access Error signal (b7 to b10) of System signal 2-2.
Error messages and system alarms
For the details of the error massages and the system alarms displayed on the GOT, refer to the following.
➠ GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Utility)
10 - 18
10.3 Error Messages and System Alarms
11.1
External Dimension Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 2
11.2
Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards . . . . . . . 11 - 15
11.3
Transportation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 15
APPENDICES
11. APPENDICES
11
11 - 1
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
■1. GT2712
241 (9.49)
246 (9.69)
316 (12.44)
52
(2.05)
6
(0.24)
10
(0.39)
227 (8.94)
10
(0.39)
241 (9.49)
301 (11.85)
Unit: mm (inch)
11 - 2
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
■2. GT2710
208 (8.19)
APPENDICES
218 (8.58)
303 (11.93)
10
(0.39)
199 (7.83)
10
(0.39)
228 (8.98)
52
(2.05)
6
(0.24)
11
288 (11.34)
Unit: mm (inch)
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 3
■3. GT2708
166 (6.54)
37.5
(1.48)
171.6 (6.76)
194 (7.64)
241 (9.49)
52
(2.05)
6
(0.24)
10
(0.39)
175 (6.89)
10
(0.39)
37.5
(1.48)
226 (8.90)
Unit: mm (inch)
11 - 4
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
■4. GT2310
208 (8.19)
APPENDICES
218 (8.58)
303 (11.93)
11
56
(2.20)
6
(0.24)
10
(0.39)
199 (7.84)
10
(0.39)
228 (8.98)
288 (11.34)
Unit: mm (inch)
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 5
■5. GT2308
166 (6.54)
194 (7.64)
241 (9.49)
56
(2.20)
6
(0.24)
10
(0.39)
175 (6.89)
10
(0.39)
166 (6.54)
226 (8.90)
Unit: mm (inch)
11 - 6
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
■6. Depth dimensions and cable bend dimensions for the GOT with an extension unit
The following table shows the depth dimensions and the cable bend dimensions for the GOT with one extension unit.
For the dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages, refer to the following.
➠ ■7. Depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages
Rear face
Side face
100 or more
B
*2
Extension unit
RC
A
X
D
Other device
GOT type
Dimension of X (unit: mm (inch)
46(1.81)
GT2710
46(1.81)
GT2708
46(1.81)
APPENDICES
GT2712
11
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 7
(1) GT2712
Unit: mm (inch)
Model
C
D
R (cable bend radius)
88(3.46)
3(0.12)
23(0.91)
50(1.97)
88(3.46)
3(0.12)
10(0.39)
50(1.97)
72.5(2.85)
0
33.5(1.32)
0
*3
*3
*3
GT15-J71BR13
79(3.11)
0
30(1.18)
GT15-J71GP23-SX
65(2.56)
0
GT15-J71GF13-T2*4
65(2.56)
0
GT15-J61BT13
47(1.85)
GT27-V4-Z
132(5.20)
GT27-R2-Z
77(3.03)
GT15-QBUS,
GT15-QBUS2
GT15-75QBUSL,
GT15-75QBUS2L
GT15-RS2-9P*1,
GT15-RS4-9S*1
GT15-RS4-TE*1
GT15-J71LP23-25
A
BNC:
GT27-V4R1-Z
132(5.20)
RGB:
77(3.03)
85(3.35)
0
27.5(1.08)
23(0.91)
37(1.46)
23(0.91)
-
15(0.59)
26(1.02)
28(1.10)
47(1.85)
20(0.79)
0
32(1.26)
BNC:
47(1.85)
44.5(1.75)
BNC: 20(0.79)
RGB: 32(1.26)
RGB: 0
GT27-ROUT-Z
77(3.03)
0
GT27-MMR-Z
132(5.20)
47(1.85)
58.5(2.30)
20(0.79)
GT15-PRN
52(2.05)
0
23(0.91)
18(0.71)
77(3.03)
0
41(1.61)
0
GT15-DIO
GT15-DIOR
GT15-SOUT
*1
*2
*3
*4
11 - 8
B
32(1.26)
23(0.91)
43(1.69)
30(1.18)
For cables prepared by the user, the dimensions in the table are not applied.
If cable bending radius is smaller than the lowest part of the GOT rear face, the dimension of *3 is equal to or less than
0;however, it is written as "0" in the table.
For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
(2) GT2710
Unit: mm (inch)
C
D
R (cable bend radius)
88(3.46)
10(0.39)
23(0.91)
50(1.97)
88(3.46)
10(0.39)
10(0.39)
50(1.97)
72.5(2.85)
0
33.5(1.32)
0
*3
*3
*3
GT15-J71BR13
79(3.11)
1(0.04)
30(1.18)
GT15-J71GP23-SX
65(2.56)
0
GT15-QBUS,
GT15-QBUS2
GT15-75QBUSL,
GT15-75QBUS2L
GT15-RS2-9P*1,
GT15-RS4-9S*1
GT15-RS4-TE*1
GT15-J71LP23-25
A
B
27.5(1.08)
23(0.91)
-
15(0.59)
37(1.46)
GT15-J71GF13-T2*4
65(2.56)
GT15-J61BT13
47(1.85)
GT27-V4-Z
132(5.20)
54(2.95)
20(0.79)
GT27-R2-Z
77(3.03)
0
32(1.26)
BNC:
GT27-V4R1-Z
132(5.20)
RGB:
77(3.03)
0
78(3.07)
0
BNC:
54(2.95)
23(0.91)
44.5(1.75)
26(1.02)
28(1.10)
BNC: 20(0.79)
RGB: 32(1.26)
RGB: 0
GT27-ROUT-Z
77(3.03)
0
GT27-MMR-Z
132(5.20)
45(1.77)
58.5(2.30)
20(0.79)
GT15-PRN
52(2.05)
0
23(0.91)
18(0.71)
77(3.03)
0
41(1.61)
0
GT15-DIO
GT15-DIOR
GT15-SOUT
*1
*2
*3
*4
32(1.26)
23(0.91)
43(1.69)
30(1.18)
For cables prepared by the user, the dimensions in the table are not applied.
If cable bending radius is smaller than the lowest part of the GOT rear face, the dimension of *3 is equal to or less than
0;however, it is written as "0" in the table.
For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 9
APPENDICES
Model
11
(3) GT2708
Unit: mm (inch)
Model
C
D
R (cable bend radius)
88(3.46)
32(1.26)
23(0.91)
50(1.97)
88(3.46)
32(1.26)
10(0.39)
50(1.97)
72.5(2.85)
16.5(0.65)
33.5(1.32)
0
*3
*3
*3
GT15-J71BR13
79(3.11)
23(0.91)
30(1.18)
GT15-J71GP23-SX
65(2.56)
9(0.95)
GT15-J71GF13-T2*4
65(2.56)
9(0.95)
GT15-J61BT13
47(1.85)
GT27-V4-Z
132(5.20)
GT27-R2-Z
77(3.03)
GT15-QBUS,
GT15-QBUS2
GT15-75QBUSL,
GT15-75QBUS2L
GT15-RS2-9P*1,
GT15-RS4-9S*1
GT15-RS4-TE*1
GT15-J71LP23-25
B
56(2.20)
0
27.5(1.08)
23(0.91)
37(1.46)
23(0.91)
-
15(0.59)
26(1.02)
28(1.10)
76(2.99)
20(0.79)
21(0.83)
32(1.26)
BNC:
BNC:
132(5.20)
76(2.99)
RGB:
RGB:
77(3.03)
21(0.83)
GT27-ROUT-Z
77(3.03)
21(0.83)
GT27-MMR-Z
132(5.20)
76(2.99)
58.5(3.82)
20(0.79)
GT15-PRN
52(2.05)
17(0.67)
23(0.91)
18(0.71)
77(3.03)
21(0.83)
41(1.61)
0
GT27-V4R1-Z
GT15-DIO
GT15-DIOR
GT15-SOUT
*1
*2
*3
*4
11 - 10
A
44.5(1.75)
BNC: 20(0.79)
RGB: 32(1.26)
32(1.26)
23(0.91)
43(1.69)
30(1.18)
For cables prepared by the user, the dimensions in the table are not applied.
If cable bending radius is smaller than the lowest part of the GOT rear face, the dimension of *3 is equal to or less than
0;however, it is written as "0" in the table.
For details of the cable for GT15-J71LP23-25 (optical loop unit), contact your local Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd.
The bend radius depends on the Ethernet cable to be used.
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
■7. Depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in multiple stages
The following shows how to calculate the depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in
multiple stages.
For the dimensions for the GOT with one extension unit, refer to the dimension D in■6. Depth dimensions and cable
bend dimensions for the GOT with an extension unit.
Step 1.
Select the GOT main unit coefficient from the following table.
100 (3.94)or more
E
F
Other device
GOT type
Unit: mm (inch)
G (main unit coefficient)
GT2712
-3.5(-0.14)
GT2710
-0.5(-0.02)
GT2708
1.5(0.06)
Select the option coefficient of the extension unit from the following table.
H (option
Model
coefficient)
GT27-V4-Z*1, GT27-R2-Z*1, GT27-V4R1-Z*1, GT27-ROUT-Z*1,
43.0(1.69)
APPENDICES
Step 2.
GT15-QBUS, GT15-QBUS2, GT15-RS2-9P, GT15-RS4-9S, GT15-RS4-TE,
GT15-J71LP23-25, GT15-J71BR13, GT15-J61BT13, GT15-PRN, GT15-DIO,
21.5(0.85)
GT15-DIOR, GT15-SOUT
GT27-MMR-Z*1
57.0(2.24)
GT15-J71GP23-SX*1, GT15-J71GF13-T2*1
35.5(1.40)
*1
Step 3.
When installing GT27-V4-Z, GT27-R2-Z, GT27-V4R1-Z, GT27-ROUT-Z, or GT27-MMR-Z, and GT15-J71GP23-SX or GT15J71GF13-T2, install GT15-J71GP23-SX or GT15-J71GF13-T2 in the second stage on the GOT.
Substitute the coefficients selected in step 1 and step 2 to the following formula.
E (for two extension units) = G (GOT main unit coefficient) + H (option coefficient) + H (option coefficient)
F (for three extension units) = G (GOT main unit coefficient) + H (option coefficient) + H (option coefficient)
+ H (option coefficient)
Calculation example:
Dimension F (for three extension units) for installing the multimedia unit (GT27-MMR-Z) in the first stage
and the second stage,and the CC-Link IE Controller Network communication unit (GT15-J71GP23-SX) in
the third stage on the GT2712
F (for three extension units) = -3.5 (main unit coefficient of GT2712) + 57.0(option coefficient of GT27-MMRZ) + 35.5 (option coefficient of GT15-J71GP23-SX) = 89.0
When the above two extension units are installed, the dimension F is 89.0 mm.
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 11
11
■8. External dimension diagrams of the communication cable
(1) External dimension diagrams of the bus connection cable connector
Cable model
External dimension
Cable length (m(ft.))
diagram
GT15-QC□B
0.6(2.0),1.2(3.9),3(10),5(16),10(33)
GT15-QC□BS
15(49),20(66),25(82),30(98),35(115)
(a)
(a)
GT15-QC□B, GT15-QC□BS
L
34.5
(1.36) 145
10(0.39)
(5.71)
42(1.65)
95
(3.74)
Unit: mm (inch)
(2) External dimension diagrams of the RS-232 connection cable connector
Cable model
Cable length (m(ft.))
External dimensions
GT01-C30R2-6P
3(10)
(a)
GT01-C30R2-9S
3(10)
(b)
GT01-C30R2-25P
3(10)
(c)
GT10-C30R2-6P
3(10)
(d)
(a)
GT01-C30R2-6P
50
(1.97)
3000
(118.11)
13
(0.51)
40
(1.57)
13
(0.51)
35(1.38)
16
(0.63)
Unit: mm (inch)
GT01-C30R2-9S
16(0.63) 50(1.97)
Φ 6(0.24)
35(1.38)
Unit: mm (inch)
GT01-C30R2-25P
50
(1.97)
3000
(118.11)
16
(0.63)
53
(2.09)
35(1.38)
16
(0.63)
55(2.17)
(c)
50(1.97) 16(0.63)
3000(118.11)
35
(1.38)
(b)
Unit: mm (inch)
(d)
GT10-C30R2-6P
30
(1.18)
3000
(118.11)
200
(7.87)
Approx. 48
(1.89)
11 - 12
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
40
(1.57)
Unit: mm (inch)
(3) External dimension diagrams of the RS-422 connection cable connector
Cable model
Cable length (m(ft.))
External dimensions
GT16-C02R4-9S
0.2(0.7)
(a)
GT01-C30R4-25P
3(10)
(b)
GT01-C□R4-25P
10(33),20(66),30(98)
(c)
GT01-C□R4-8P
1(3),3(10),10(33),20(66),30(98)
(d)
GT10-C□R4-8P
1(3),3(10),10(33),20(66),30(98)
(e)
GT10-C□R4-25P
3(10),10(33),20(66),30(98)
(f)
GT10-C10R4-8PL
1(3)
(g)
GT16-C02R4-9S
15
(0.59)
38
(1.50)
200
(7.87)
45.5
(1.79)
8
(0.31)
32.5
(1.28)
5(0.20)
21
(0.83)
(a)
Unit: mm (inch)
(b)
GT01-C30R4-25P
50
(1.97)
3000
(118.11)
16
(0.63)
53
(2.09)
55(2.17)
35(1.38)
16
(0.63)
Unit: mm (inch)
GT01-C□R4-25P
16
(0.63)
50
(1.97)
16
(0.63)
53
(2.09)
L
55(2.17)
35(1.38)
Fig.13
APPENDICES
(c)
Unit: mm (inch)
(d)
GT01-C□R4-8P
40
(1.57)
L
50
(1.97)
13
(0.51)
11
13
(0.51)
35(1.38)
16
(0.63)
Unit: mm (inch)
(e)
GT10-C□R4-8P
30
(1.18)
L
250
(9.84)
40
(1.57)
Unit: mm (inch)
GT10-C□R4-25P
30
(1.18)
L
250
(9.84)
53
(2.09)
16
(0.63)
55
(2.17)
(f)
Unit: mm (inch)
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11 - 13
(g)
GT10-C10R4-8PL
30
(1.18)
38
(1.50)
250
(9.84)
30
(1.18)
1000
(39.4)
Unit: mm (inch)
(4) External dimension diagrams of RS-485 terminal block conversion unit
Cable model
Cable length (m(ft.))
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL□
(a)
External dimensions
0.5, 1, 2
(a)
FA-LTBGT2R4CBL□
47(1.85)
L
4
(0.16)
93(3.66)
115(4.53)
35
(1.38)
21
(0.83)
8
(0.31)
18
50 (0.71)
(1.97)
29
(1.14)
Unit: mm (inch)
11 - 14
11.1 External Dimension Diagrams
11.2 Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards
■1. Rating plate
The GOT hardware version, function version, basic software version, and conforming standards can be confirmed at
the rating plate on the GOT rear face.
PASSED
QR code
MAC address
GOT serial number
GRAPHIC OPERATION TERMINAL
MODEL GT2708-VTBA
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
IN
POWER MAX 100VA
MAC ADD. 123456789012
SERIAL 00013910AA00000-A
2013-09
DATE
00013910AA00000-A
Function version
Software version
Hardware version
Manufacturing date
Manufacturing month
(1 to 9: manufacturing month,
X: October, Y: November, Z: December)
Manufacturing year
(lower two digits of the year of grace)
MADE IN JAPAN
Conforming standard
■2. Packing box
The conforming standards can be confirmed by the label on the packing box.
Note that the position of the label differs depending on the model or the shipment date.
APPENDICES
The conforming standards
(such as CE) are described.
11.3 Transportation Precautions
When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transport regulations.
11.3.1
11
Relevant models
The battery for the GOT2000 series is classified as shown in the table below.
Product name
Model
Battery for GOT2000 series
11.3.2
GT11-50BAT
Description
Lithium battery
Handled as
Non-dangerous
goods
Transportation guidelines
Products are packed properly in compliance with the transportation regulations prior to shipment. When repacking any of the
unpacked products to transport it to another location, make sure to observe the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, IMDG
Code, and other local transportation regulations.
For details, please consult your transportation company.
11.2 Confirming of Versions and Conforming Standards
11 - 15
11 - 16
11.3 Transportation Precautions
REVISIONS
* The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
* Manual Number
Sep., 2013
SH(NA)-081194ENG-A
First printing : GT Designer3 Version1.100E
Revision
Nov., 2013
SH(NA)-081194ENG-B
Compatible with GT Works3 Version1.104J
• Description of SAFETY PRECAUTIONS changed
• Abbreviations and generic terms changed
• Compatible with printer unit
• Compatible with wireless LAN connection (to be supported soon)
• General specifications changed
• Performance specifications changed
• Printer unit added to the list of Depth dimensions and cable bend dimensions for the GOT with
an extension unit, and Depth dimensions for the GOT with several extension units mounted in
multiple stages.
Jan., 2014
SH(NA)-081194ENG-C
Compatible with GT Works3 Version1.108N
• Abbreviations and generic terms changed
• Installation Position changed
• Depth dimensions and cable bend dimensions for the GOT with an extension unit changed
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cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this
manual.
© 2013 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
REVISIONS - 1
REVISIONS - 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 thirty-six (36) months 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 forty-two (42) months. The gratis warranty term of repair parts shall not
exceed the gratis warranty term before repairs.
[Gratis Warranty Range]
(1) The customer shall be responsible for the primary failure diagnosis unless otherwise specified.
If requested by the customer, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation or its representative firm may carry out the primary failure
diagnosis at the customer’s expence.
The primary failure diagnosis will, however, be free of charge should the cause of failure be attributable to Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation.
(2) 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.
(3) 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 designated in the instruction manual had been correctly
serviced or replaced.
5. Replacing consumable parts such as the battery, backlight and fuses.
6. 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.
7. Failure caused by reasons unpredictable by scientific technology standards at time of shipment from Mitsubishi.
8. 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 to 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 graphic operation terminal, 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 graphic operation terminal device, and that backup and fail-safe
functions are systematically provided outside of the device for any problem or fault.
(2) The Mitsubishi graphic operation terminal 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 graphic operation terminal 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 graphic operation terminal range of applications.
However, in certain cases, some applications may be possible, providing the user consults the local Mitsubishi representative
outlining the special requirements of the project, and providing that all parties concerned agree to the special circumstances,
solely at our discretion.
In some of three cases, however, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation may consider the possibility of an application, provided that
the customer notifies Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of the intention, the application is clearly defined and any special quality is
not required.
GOT is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 are registered trademarks or trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Adobe and Adobe Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Pentium and Celeron are a registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation in the United States.
MODBUS is a trademark of Schneider Electric SA.
VNC is a registered trademark of RealVNC Ltd. in the United States and other countries.
Other company and product names herein are either trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
SH(NA)-081194ENG-C
GOT2000 Series User's Manual (Hardware)
MODEL
GOT2000-U-HW-E
MODEL
CODE
1D7MJ5
SH(NA)-081194ENG-C(1401)MEE
When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy,
Trade and Industry for service transaction permission.
HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN
Specifications subject to change without notice. Printed in Japan, January 2014.
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