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YAMAHA Robot Controller
RCX Series
UNIT
OWNER'S MANUAL
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the CC-Link compatible module. This CC-Link compatible
module is an option module that enables connection of the YAMAHA robot controller
RCX Series as a CC-Link system remote device station.
The CC-Link compatible module with
label is compatible with CC-Link Ver.
1.10. CC-Link compatible modules without the CC-Link label are compatible with Ver.
1.00.
The robot controller explained in this manual refers to the RCX Series.
This manual describes the flow of operations from wiring the CC-Link compatible module to programming, and includes setting examples.
For details on other devices such as connecting the master station PLC and PLC programming, refer to the manual for the respective product.
Refer to the manual enclosed with the YAMAHA controller for details on operating the
robot controller and on the robot program.
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Safety Precautions (Always read before starting use)
Always read this manual, the robot controller instruction manual and programming manual
before using this product. Take special care to safety, and correctly handle the product.
The cautions given in this manual are related to this product. Refer to the robot controller
instruction manual for details on the cautions to be taken with the robot controller system
using this product.
* The safety precautions are ranked as “WARNING” and “CAUTION” in this manual.
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WARNING
w Failure
to follow WARNING instructions could result in serious injury or death to the
operator or person servicing the product.
CAUTION
c Failure
to follow CAUTION instructions may result in injury to the operator or person servicing
product, or damage to the product or peripheral equipment.
NOTE
n Explains
the key point in the operation in a simple and clear manner.
Note that some items described as “CAUTION” may lead to serious results depending on
the situation. In any case, important information that must be observed is explained.
Store this manual where it can be easily referred to, and make sure that it is delivered to
the end user.
CC-Link is a registered trademark of CC-Link partner association.
The CC-Link compatible module provided with a
label is compatible with
CC-Link Ver 1.10.
[Precautions for design]
w WARNING
• Refer to the CC-Link system Master Module User’s Manual and this manual for
details on the state of the CC-Link system and robot controller when a communication error occurs with the CC-Link system, etc.
Configure an interlock circuit in the sequence program so that the system, including the robot controller will work safely using the communication status information.
• The SAFETY connector of the robot controller has an emergency stop terminal to
trigger emergency stop. Using this terminal, prepare a physical interlock circuit so
that the system including the robot controller will work safety.
c CAUTION
• The control line and communication cable must not be bound with or placed near the main
circuit or power line. Separate these by at least 100mm.
Failure to observe this could lead to malfunctions caused by noise.
• The dedicated input of the STD.DIO connector provided on the controller will be disabled
except for an interlock signal (DI 11). When the external 24V monitor control of system
parameters is disabled, the interlock signal (DI 11) will also be disabled.
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[Precautions for installation]
w WARNING
• Always crimp, press-fit or solder the connector wire connections with the makerdesignated tool, and securely connect the connector to the module.
• Always shut off all phases of the power supply externally before starting installation or wiring work.
Failure to shut off all phases could lead to electric shocks or product damage.
c CAUTION
• Use the robot controller within the environment specifications given in the manual.
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•
•
•
Use in an environment outside the environment specification range could lead to electric
shocks, fires, malfunctioning, product damage or deterioration.
Install the CC-Link compatible module into the robot controller, and securely fix with screws.
Never directly touch the conductive sections or electronic parts other than the rotary switch on
the CC-Link compatible module.
Never directly touch the conductive sections or electric parts inside the controller.
Accurately connect each connection cable connector to the mounting section.
Failure to observe this could lead to malfunctions caused by a connection fault.
[Precautions for wiring]
w WARNING
• Always shut off all phases of the power supply externally before starting installation or wiring work.
Failure to shut off all phases could lead to electric shocks or product damage.
• Always install the terminal covers enclosed with the product before turning ON the
power or operating the product after installation or wiring work.
Failure to install the terminal cover could lead to malfunctions.
c CAUTION
• Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range.
A loose terminal screw could lead to short-circuiting or malfunctioning.
If the terminal screw is too tight, short-circuiting or malfunctioning could occur due to screw
damage.
• Make sure that foreign matter, such as cutting chips or wire scraps, do not enter the robot
controller.
• The communication cables connected to the CC-Link compatible module must be placed in a
conduit or fixed with a clamp.
If the cable is not placed in a conduit or fixed with a clamp, the module or cable could be
damaged by the cable shifting, movement or unintentional pulling leading to malfunctioning
caused by an improper cable connection.
• Do not disconnect the communication cable connected to the CC-Link compatible module by
pulling on the cable section.
Loosen the screws on the connector, and then disconnect the cable.
Pulling on the cable fixed with screws could lead to module or cable damage, or malfunctioning caused by an improper cable connection.
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[Precautions for starting and maintenance]
w WARNING
• Do not touch the terminals while the power is ON.
Failure to observe this could lead to malfunctioning.
• Always shut off all phases of the power supply externally before cleaning or
tightening the terminal screws.
Failure to shut off all phases could lead to electric shocks, product damage or
malfunctioning.
A loose screw could lead to dropping, short-circuiting or malfunctioning.
If the screw is too tight, short-circuiting or malfunctioning could occur due to
screw damage.
• Never disassemble or modify any of the robot controller modules.
Failure to observe this could lead to trouble, malfunctioning, injuries or fires.
• Always shut off all phases of the power supply externally before installing or
removing the CC-Link compatible module.
Failure to shut off all phases could lead to robot controller trouble or malfunctioning.
• When using the robot controller with the CC-Link compatible module mounted,
always mount the enclosed ferrite core for noise measures on the power cable as
close to the robot controller as possible.
Failure to mount this ferrite core could lead to malfunctioning caused by noise.
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c CAUTION
• If the master station PLC and robot controller are simultaneously turned on, the CC-Link
system may not operate correctly. Always first turn on the master PLC before turning on the
robot controller.
[Precautions for disposal]
c CAUTION
• Dispose of this product as industrial waste.
This manual does not guarantee the implementation of industrial rights or
other rights, and does not authorize the implementation rights. YAMAHA
shall not be held liable for any problems regarding industrial rights that
occur through the use of the contents given in this manual.
2006 YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD.
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Warranty
The YAMAHA robot and/or related product you have purchased are warranted against
the defects or malfunctions as described below.
Warranty description:
If a failure or breakdown occurs due to defects in materials or workmanship in the genuine parts constituting this YAMAHA robot and/or related product within the warranty
period, then YAMAHA will repair or replace those parts free of charge (hereafter called
"warranty repair").
Warranty Period:
The warranty period ends when any of the following applies:
(1) After 18 months (one and a half year) have elapsed from the date of shipment
(2) After one year has elapsed from the date of installation
(3) After 2,400 hours of operation
Exceptions to the Warranty:
This warranty will not apply in the following cases:
(1) Fatigue arising due to the passage of time, natural wear and tear occurring during
operation (natural fading of painted or plated surfaces, deterioration of parts subject to wear, etc.)
(2) Minor natural phenomena that do not affect the capabilities of the robot and/or
related product (noise from computers, motors, etc.).
(3) Programs, point data and other internal data that were changed or created by the
user.
Failures resulting from the following causes are not covered by warranty repair.
1) Damage due to earthquakes, storms, floods, thunderbolt, fire or any other natural
or man-made disasters.
2) Troubles caused by procedures prohibited in this manual.
3) Modifications to the robot and/or related product not approved by YAMAHA or
YAMAHA sales representatives.
4) Use of any other than genuine parts and specified grease and lubricants.
5) Incorrect or inadequate maintenance and inspection.
6) Repairs by other than authorized dealers.
YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE WARRANTY SET FORTH
ABOVE IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR WARRANTIES ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.
YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. SOLE LIABILITY SHALL BE FOR THE DELIVERY
OF THE EQUIPMENT AND YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (WHETHER ARISING FROM CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY). YAMAHA MOTOR
CO., LTD. MAKES NO WARRANTY WHATSOEVER WITH REGARD TO ACCESSORIES OR PARTS NOT SUPPLIED BY YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD.
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Contents
Chapter 1 Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Features ...............................................................................
Mechanism ...........................................................................
Names of each part on the CC-Link compatible module ......
Assignment of CC-Link compatible I/O ................................
Shift of CC-Link system connection status and
robot controller status .........................................................
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
Chapter 2 Connection
1. Confirming the CC-Link compatible module settings ...........
2. Setting to the CC-Link system specification controller .........
2.1 Saving the robot controller data ....................................
2.2 Installing the CC-Link compatible module ....................
2.3 Response when starting the robot controller .................
3. Setting the CC-Link compatible module ...............................
3.1 Setting the station No. ..................................................
3.2 Setting the communication speed .................................
4. Noise measures ....................................................................
4.1 Mounting the ferrite core ..............................................
5. Connecting to the CC-Link system .......................................
5.1 Connecting to the cable terminal to the controller ........
5.2 Testing the line from the master station PLC ..................
6. Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board ....................
6.1 Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board ..............
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2-6
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Chapter 3 Communication
1. State when robot controller power is turned ON ................ 3-1
2. Initial process for connecting to CC-Link system ................. 3-2
2.1 Initial data process ....................................................... 3-2
3. Communication with master station PLC ............................. 3-3
3.1 Receiving data .............................................................. 3-3
3.2 Transmitting data .......................................................... 3-4
4. Direct connection by emulated serialization on parallel DIO ... 3-5
4.1 Emulated serialization setting on parallel DIO .............. 3-5
5. Referring to communication data ........................................ 3-8
5.1 Referring to the data from the programming unit .......... 3-8
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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
1. Items to confirm before starting up CC-Link system ............
2. Meanings of LEDs on CC-Link compatible module ...............
3. Troubleshooting ...................................................................
3.1 Robot controller front panel LED confirmation .............
3.2 Programming unit error display confirmation ...............
3.3 CC-Link compatible module LED confirmation ............
3.4 Confirmation from master station PLC ..........................
4. Error messages relating to CC-Link ......................................
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4-2
4-3
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4-4
4-5
4-6
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Chapter 5 Specifications
1. Profile .................................................................................. 5-1
2. Details of remote input/output signals ................................. 5-3
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart ......................... 5-6
3.1 Initial data process for CC-Link connection .................. 5-6
3.2 Servo ON and emergency stop ..................................... 5-7
3.3 AUTO mode changeover, program reset and
program execution ....................................................... 5-8
3.4 Stopping with program interlock .................................. 5-9
4. Sample program ................................................................. 5-10
5. CC-Link compatible module specifications ........................ 5-17
Chapter 6 Appendix
1. Term definition ..................................................................... 6-1
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Chapter 1 Outline
Contents
1. Features ............................................................................................ 1-1
2. Mechanism ....................................................................................... 1-2
3. Names of each part on the CC-Link compatible module .................. 1-3
4. Assignment of CC-Link compatible I/O ............................................ 1-4
5. Shift of CC-Link system connection status and
robot controller status ...................................................................... 1-5
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1. Features
Master station
Station that controls entire CCLink system.
The PLC master module
corresponds to this.
NOTE
n The
dedicated input of the STD.DIO
connector provided on the controller
will be disabled except for an interlock
signal (DI 11). When the external 24V
monitor control of system parameters
is disabled, the interlock signal (DI 11)
will also be disabled.
Remote device station
Station controlled by master station
in CC-Link system.
The robot controller corresponds to
this.
Remote I/O station
Station controlled by master
station in CC-Link system.
CC-Link is a registered trademark of CC-Link partner association.
The CC-Link compatible module provided with a
CC-Link Ver 1.10.
label is compatible with
[Wiring saving]
One dedicated cable (4-wire) is used to connect the robot controller and PLC. This allows
the entire system wiring to be reduced.
c AnCAUTION
emergency stop terminal for
hardwire is provided in the SAFETY
connector on the robot controller.
When the CC-Link system is used
while STD. DIO is not used (external
DC 24V power supply is not used),
invalidate the external DC 24V
monitor control setting in SYSTEM >
PARAM mode. If it is left valid, the
STD. DIO interlock signal is made
valid causing an error in the robot
operation commands.
[Emulated serialization on parallel DIO]
By making the robot controller’s internal settings without using a robot program, the
various I/O devices, such as the sensors and relays mounted on the robot controller’s
parallel I/O can be controlled from the PLC as if they were CC-Link system I/O devices.
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Outline
CC-Link is the abbreviation of Control & Communication Link.
The CC-Link system connects the robot controller and dispersed input/output modules
with dedicated cables, and controls these modules from the master station PLC.
The CC-Link system allows wiring to be reduced.
2. Mechanism
The mechanism of communication is explained in this section to provide an understanding of how the robot controller and PLC operate via the CC-Link system.
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Outline
ON/OFF information
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
q
w
q The robot controller’s ON/OFF information is sent to the master station PLC via the
network (CC-Link system cable).
w The master station PLC’s ON/OFF information is set to the robot controller via the
network (CC-Link system cable).
* The robot controller monitors the ON/OFF information at a 10ms cycle.
* The ON/OFF information consists of 16 points each of dedicated I/O points, 96 points
each of general-purpose I/O points as bit information, and two words each of dedicated I/O words, 14 words each of general-purpose I/O words as word information.
If the following is executed with the robot program in the robot controller, the bit information will be sent to the master station PLC via the CC-Link system by q.
SO (20) = 1
Conversely, if the following is executed with the robot program, the bit information received from the master station PLC via the CC-Link system will be monitored by w, and
will wait for the ON information.
WAIT SI (20) = 1
If the following is executed with the robot program in the robot controller, the word
information will be sent to the master station PLC via the CC-Link system by q.
SOW (2) = 256
Conversely, if the following is executed with the robot program, the word information
received from the master station PLC via the CC-Link system will be substituted in integer variable A% by w.
A% = SIW (3)
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3. Names of each part on the CC-Link compatible module
The part names of the CC-Link compatible module installed in the robot controller are
described in this section. The CC-Link compatible module is installed into an optional
slot in the robot controller.
Outline
t
0
9 1
5 4 6
w
2 3 7 8 0
9 1
5 4 6
2 3 r
e
7 8 5 4 6
2 3 0
9 1
1
7 8 q
Front of the unit
q CC-Link system cable terminals
These terminals are used to connect the CC-Link system cable. Each of the four
terminals has a meaning, so do not make miswiring. These terminals are “DA”,
“DB”, “DG” and “SLD” from the top.
w Transmission monitor LED
The status in the CC-Link system is indicated with ON, OFF and flickering status
of four LEDs. These terminals are “RUN”, “ERRL”, “SD” and “RD” from the top.
e Station No. setting switch (LSB: 1st digit)
This is the rotary switch for setting the robot controller station No. in the CC-Link
system. The 1st digit of the station No. is set with this switch.
r Station No. setting switch (MSB: 2nd digit)
This is the rotary switch for setting the robot controller station No. in the CC-Link
system. The 2nd digit of the station No. is set with this switch.
t Communication speed switch (BPS)
This is the rotary switch for setting the CC-Link system’s communication speed.
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4. Assignment of CC-Link compatible I/O
The I/O expressions used in the robot controller’s program language and the I/O expressions for the remote device stations differ. The correspondence is shown below.
Outline
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NOTE
n SIW(n)
and SOW(n) are handled as
numerical data of word with no sign.
SID(n) and SOD(n) are handled as
numerical data of double words with a
sign.
Output from robot controller
Program language
Remote device station
SOD(2)
SOD(4)
NOTE
n The
dedicated input of the STD.DIO
connector provided on the controller
will be disabled except for an interlock
signal (DI 11). When the external 24V
monitor control of system parameters
is disabled, the interlock signal (DI 11)
will also be disabled.
SOD(6)
SOD(8)
Input to robot controller
Program language
Remote device station
SOW(0)*3 RWr0
SIW(0)*3
SOW(1)*3 RWr1
SIW(1)*3
RWw1
SIW(2)
RWw2
SIW(3)
RWw3
SOW(2)
RWr2
SOW(3)
RWr3
SOW(4)
RWr4
SOW(5)
RWr5
SOW(6)
RWr6
SOW(7)
RWr7
SOW(8)
RWr8
SOW(9)
RWr9
SID(2)
SID(4)
SID(6)
SID(8)
SOD(10) SOW(10) RWrA
RWw4
SIW(5)
RWw5
SIW(6)
RWw6
SIW(7)
RWw7
SIW(8)
RWw8
RWw9
SID(10)
SIW(10)
RWwA
SIW(11)
RWwB
SID(12)
SIW(12)
RWwC
SIW(13)
RWwD
SOW(13) RWrD
SOD(14) SOW(14) RWrE
SIW(4)
SIW(9)
SOW(11) RWrB
SOD(12) SOW(12) RWrC
RWw0
SID(14)
SOW(15) RWrF
SIW(14)
RWwE
SIW(15)
RWwF
SO0(7~0)*1
RXn7~RXn0
SI0(7~0)*1
SO1(7~0)*1
RXnF~RXn8
SI1(7~0)*1
RYnF~RYn8
SO2(7~0)
RX(n+1)7~RX(n+1)0
SI2(7~0)
RY(n+1)7~RY(n+1)0
SO3(7~0)
RX(n+1)F~RX(n+1)8
SI3(7~0)
RY(n+1)F~RY(n+1)8
SO4(7~0)
RX(n+2)7~RX(n+2)0
SI4(7~0)
RY(n+2)7~RY(n+2)0
SO5(7~0)
RX(n+2)F~RX(n+2)8
SI5(7~0)
RY(n+2)F~RY(n+2)8
SO6(7~0)
RX(n+3)7~RX(n+3)0
SI6(7~0)
RY(n+3)7~RY(n+3)0
SO7(7~0)
RX(n+3)F~RX(n+3)8
SI7(7~0)
RY(n+3)F~RY(n+3)8
SO10(7~0)
RX(n+4)7~RX(n+4)0
SI10(7~0)
RY(n+4)7~RY(n+4)0
SO11(7~0)
RX(n+4)F~RX(n+4)8
SI11(7~0)
RY(n+4)F~RY(n+4)8
SO12(7~0)
RX(n+5)7~RX(n+5)0
SI12(7~0)
RY(n+5)7~RY(n+5)0
SO13(7~0)
RX(n+5)F~RX(n+5)8
SI13(7~0)
RY(n+5)F~RY(n+5)8
SO14(7~0)
RX(n+6)7~RX(n+6)0
SI14(7~0)
RY(n+6)7~RY(n+6)0
SO15(7~0)
RX(n+6)F~RX(n+6)8
SI15(7~0)
RY(n+6)F~RY(n+6)8
------------
RX(n+7)F~RX(n+7)0*2
------------
RY(n+7)F~RY(n+7)0*2
RYn7~RYn0
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
n= (station No. - 1) ✕ 2
Caution)
*1: Has a meaning in the robot controller’s internal process as a dedicated input/output. This
cannot be used as a general-purpose input/output in the robot program.
*2: This area is reserved for the CC-Link system.
*3: Has a meaning in the robot controller’s internal process as a dedicated command region. This
cannot be used as a general-purpose input/output in the robot program.
An example of the flow of the I/O information in the robot controller (remote device
station) is shown below. The buffer memory in the master station used to store the information, etc., differs according to the PLC type and station No., etc. Refer to the PLC
Manual for details.
PLC CPU
(A1SHCPU)
X17F to X100
D115 to D100
Y17F to Y100
D135 to D120
FROM
TO
Master station
(A1SJ61BT11)
Robot controller
Remote input
Remote input
E7h to E0h
2EFh to 2E0h
RX(n+7)F to RXn0
RWrF to RWr0
167h to 160h
1EFh to 1E0h
RY(n+7)F to RYn0
RWwF to RWw0
Automatic update
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5. Shift of CC-Link system connection status and robot controller status
Always start the CC-Link system specification robot controller in the servo OFF state
after the power is turned ON.
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q Normal state of CC-Link system connection when robot controller power
is turned ON
Outline
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
• Emergency stop/interlock signal in CC-Link system are valid
• When SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with SI (02) in
the CC-Link system.
• Emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is valid.
• Interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is valid when the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left valid.
• When the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left
valid while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with DI
(02) in SAFETY connector.
* The signals in the CC-Link system are sent and received.
* Always initialize with the master station PLC when connecting to the CC-Link system.
w Shift from CC-Link system normal connection state to CC-Link system erroneous connection state
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
or
•
•
•
•
Emergency stop input turns off with SI (00) in the robot controller.
Service mode input turns off with SI (02) in the robot controller.
Emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is valid.
Interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is valid when the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left valid.
• When the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left
valid while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with DI
(02) in SAFETY connector.
* The signals in the CC-Link system are not sent or received.
* The “CC-Link Communication Error” is added to the error history in the robot controller.
* If the connection to the CC-Link system shifts from the normal state to the erroneous
state, the CC-Link system connection must be returned to the normal state.
* The CC-Link system will return when the CC-Link system connection is recovered to
the normal state.
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5. Shift of CC-Link system connection status and robot controller status
e CC-Link system erroneous connection state due to following factors
when robot controller power is turned ON
• Connection to CC-Link system not possible
• Error in master station PLC
Outline
1
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
• Emergency stop/interlock signals in CC-Link system are invalid
• When SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with SI (02) in
the CC-Link system.
• Emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is valid.
• Interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is valid when the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left valid.
• When the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left
valid while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with DI
(02) in SAFETY connector.
* The signals on the CC-Link system cannot be exchanged.
* As opposed to the state given in w, in this state, the emergency stop state by SI (00) is
not attained in the controller, so the robot can be operated from the programming unit.
(The robot controller can be started independently when setting up the system, etc.)
* Service mode input signal cannot be invalidated with SI (02) when SAFE mode is
enabled, so change the service mode parameter setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode.
In this case, take full precautions to prevent improper settings that might lead to a
hazardous situation.
* When the connection to the CC-Link system is correctly recovered, the system will
automatically return to the CC-Link system.
* The “CC-Link Communication Error” has been added to the error history in the robot
controller.
(A standby state for up to 2.5 seconds will occur to check the communication.)
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5. Shift of CC-Link system connection status and robot controller status
r Transmission from CC-Link system erroneous connection state to CCLink correct connection state when robot controller power is turned
ON
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
Robot
controller
Master station
PLC
• CC-Link system emergency stop/interlock signals change to valid state
• Emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is valid.
• Interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is valid when the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left valid.
• When the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is left
valid while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with DI
(02) in SAFETY connector.
* The signals in the CC-Link system can be sent and received.
* When the connection to the CC-Link system shifts to the normal state, the initialization process must be carried out with the master station PLC when connecting to the
CC-Link system.
* When service mode parameter setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode has been changed
while SAFE mode is enabled, make the service mode parameter setting again. In this
case, take full precautions to prevent improper settings that might lead to a hazardous
situation.
* The CC-Link system will return when the CC-Link system connection is recovered to
the normal state.
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Robot
controller
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Chapter 2 Connection
Contents
1. Confirming the CC-Link compatible module settings ....................... 2-1
2. Setting to the CC-Link system specification controller ..................... 2-2
2.1 Saving the robot controller data .............................................................. 2-2
2.2 Installing the CC-Link compatible module ............................................... 2-2
2.3 Response when starting the robot controller ............................................ 2-2
3. Setting the CC-Link compatible module ........................................... 2-3
3.1 Setting the station No. ............................................................................. 2-3
3.2 Setting the communication speed ............................................................ 2-4
4. Noise measures ................................................................................ 2-5
4.1 Mounting the ferrite core ......................................................................... 2-5
5. Connecting to the CC-Link system ................................................... 2-6
5.1 Connecting to the cable terminal to the controller ................................... 2-6
5.2 Testing the line from the master station PLC ............................................ 2-6
6. Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board ................................ 2-7
6.1 Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board ......................................... 2-8
MEMO
1. Confirming the CC-Link compatible module settings
With the CC-Link system specification robot controller, the CC-Link compatible module
station No. and communication speed settings can be confirmed with the programming
unit (hereinafter, MPB).
Confirmation position
SYSTEM
V8.29
Robot
= YK250X
Axis
= XYZR
Standard = SRAM/364kB, DIO_N
Opt-ifo
PARAM
= CCLnk(S1/10M)
CMU
OPTION
INIT
DIAGNOS
[Operation]
1. Press the
MODE
2. Press the F 4
c IfCAUTION
the robot controller is not connected to the CC-Link system or if
there is an error in the CC-Link
system, the error “CC-Link Communication Error” will appear on the
MPB when the robot controller power
is turned ON. The above settings can
be confirmed even in this state.
key.
(SYSTEM) key.
3. The display above will appear. The station No. and communication speed set for the
CC-Link system will appear in the parentheses following “CCLnk” on the screen. The
meaning of the above example is shown below.
S1
:Station No. 1
(Setting range: 1 to 61)
* Four stations are occupied. Thus, this means that (station No. +3)
is occupied.
10M
:10Mbps
(Setting communication speed [unit: bps]: 156K, 625K, 2.5M, 5M,
10M)
* The communication speed must match the master station setting.
2-1
2
Connection
• When connecting CC-Link compatible module to existing robot controller
→ Follow the procedures given in section 2., and change the settings for the CC-Link
system specifications.
• For CC-Link system specification robot controller
(When robot controller is purchased with CC-Link compatible module mounted)
→ Follow the procedures given in section 3., and set the station No. and communication speed.
2. Setting to the CC-Link system specification controller
When connecting the CC-Link compatible module to an existing robot controller, the CC-Link compatible module must be installed in the robot controller. Check the CC-Link system specifications with the
procedure given in section 1.
2.1
Connection
2
Saving the robot controller data
Before installing the CC-Link compatible module into the robot controller, be sure to
save the data stored in the robot controller into an external memory by using VIP software, etc.
2.2
c IfCAUTION
you need an instruction manual for
installing the option board, please
contact our sales office.
Installing the CC-Link compatible module
Install the CC-Link compatible module into the robot controller while referring to the
procedure for installing an option board. Also set the station No. and communication
baud rate for the CC-Link compatible module with the procedures given in “3. Setting the
CC-Link compatible module” in chapter 2.
2.3
Response when starting the robot controller
The robot controller will always start up with an “option board setting error” after the
CC-Link compatible module has been installed. Make the following settings as explained
below.
[Procedure]
1. Make connections to all input connectors on the front panel of the robot controller.
2. The following type of question will appear on the MPB screen, so answer as “YES”.
POWER ON
12.70:Incorrect option setting
change OptionSlot OK?
NOTE
n For
instructions on how to load data
using the support software VIP, refer to
the VIP user's manual.
2-2
YES
NO
3. If the controller does not operate properly because of a memory error, etc., load the
data saved in step 2.1 into the controller. Refer to the controller instruction manual for
details on loading the data.
If the robot controller is not correctly connected with the CC-Link system, the message “CC-Link Communication Error” will appear on the MPB.
3. Setting the CC-Link compatible module
To connect the CC-Link system specification controller to the CC-Link system, the station No. and
communication speed must be set with the rotary switch on the CC-Link compatible module. Confirm
the current station No. and communication speed with the procedures given in section 1.
3.1
Setting the station No.
Using the rotary switches MSB and LSB in front of the CC-Link compatible module, set
the station No. of the robot controller in the CC-Link system.
9 0 1
8
7 9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
Connection
5 4 6
3 2
MSB
LSB
8
7 9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 n UpNOTE
to 64 stations can be set in the CCLink system, but the CC-Link system
itself occupies 4 stations (specified No.
+3), so set the station No. between 1
and 61.
c CAUTION
• Never directly touch the conduc•
•
•
•
tive sections or electronic parts
other than the rotary switch on
the CC-Link compatible module.
Do not apply impact on the CCLink compatible module.
Do not place water or conductive
matters, etc., which could cause
damage near the CC-Link
compatible module.
Accurately set the station No.
Make sure not to set the rotary
switch BPS by mistake.
2
Front of the unit
[Procedures]
1. Check the station No. of the robot controller in the CC-Link system.
The station No. must be set between 1 and 61.
2. Using a flat-blade precision screwdriver, set the 10th digit on rotary switch MSB.
3. In the same manner, set the 1st digit on rotary switch LSB.
WARNING
w When
setting the station No.,
completely shut off the power
supplied to the robot controller.
2-3
3. Setting the CC-Link compatible module
3.2
Setting the communication speed
Using the rotary switch BPS in front of the CC-Link compatible module, set the communication speed for the robot controller in the CC-Link system.
2
BPS
9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 9 0 1
Connection
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 NOTE
n The
communication speed must match
the CC-Link system’s master station
setting.
Front of the unit
c CAUTION
• Never directly touch the
•
•
•
•
conductive sections or electronic
parts other than the rotary switch
on the CC-Link compatible
module.
Do not apply impact on the CCLink compatible module.
Do not place water or conductive
matters, etc., which could cause
damage near the CC-Link
compatible module.
Accurately set the communication speed.
Make sure not to set the rotary
switches MSB and LSB by
mistake.
WARNING
w When
setting the station No.,
completely shut off the power
supplied to the robot controller.
2-4
[Procedures]
1. Confirm the communication speed for the robot controller in the CC-Link system.
The communication speed must be set between 156K and 10Mbps. The correspondence of the communication speed and switch is shown below.
Switch No.
0
Communication speed [bps] 156K
1
625K
2
2.5M
3
5M
4
10M
Other than left setting
Error
2. Using a flat-blade precision screwdriver, set the switch No. corresponding to the communication speed with rotary switch BPS.
4. Noise measures
Two ferrite cores must be mounted on the input power cable when connecting to the CC-Link system.
4.1
Mounting the ferrite core
Mount two ferrite cores onto the input power cable connected to the input power connector on the front panel of the robot controller.
WARNING
w Completely
shut off the power
2. Fix the mounted ferrite core with an Insulock tie, etc.
supply to the input power cable
before starting this work.
CAUTION
c Securely
fix the ferrite core. If the
ferrite core is not mounted, trouble
could occur with the CC-Link system
operations.
2-5
Connection
[Procedures]
1. Mount the two ferrite cores (supplied) onto the input power cable. The ferrite core
should be placed as close to the robot controller body as possible.
2
5. Connecting to the CC-Link system
The CC-Link system cable must be connected to the CC-Link compatible module in
order to connect to the CC-Link system.
9 0 1
2
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
8
7 9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
Connection
8
7 Cable terminal
DA
DB
DG
SLD
Front of the unit
WARNING
w When
setting the station No.,
completely shut off the power
supplied to the robot controller.
c CAUTION
• Always remove the terminal block
•
•
•
•
•
section when installing the CCLink system cable.
Securely fix the CC-Link system
cable.
Carefully carry out the work to
valid applying excessive force on
the CC-Link cable.
Treat each end of the C-Link
system cable wire with a round
terminal or Y terminal so that it
will not dislocate.
Carefully carry out the work so
that the CC-Link system cable is
not incorrectly wired.
Refer to the master station PLC
instruction manual for details on
the CC-Link system cable
connection.
c IfCAUTION
the line test results indicate a
correct connection, place the CC-Link
system cable into a conduit, or fix it
with a clamp.
2-6
5.1
Connecting to the cable terminal to the controller
Connect the CC-Link system cable to the CC-Link system cable terminal on the CC-Link
compatible module.
[Procedure]
1. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, completely loosen the two screws on both sides of
the CC-Link system cable terminal, and remove the terminal block section from the
CC-Link compatible module.
2. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, securely fix the CC-Link system cable to the terminal block removed in step 1.
The name of each terminal on the cable terminal block is shown above.
* When connecting a terminator, connect it across DA-DB.
* A slit to prevent incorrect inverted insertion is provided on the cable terminal block.
3. Connect the cable terminal, into which the CC-Link system cable has been installed,
to the CC-Link compatible module terminal block section on the robot controller, and
completely fix with the two screws on both sides using a Phillips head screwdriver.
5.2
Testing the line from the master station PLC
The master station PLC in the CC-Link system has a function to test the line to the remote
station. Using this function, confirm that the robot controller is accurately recognized as
a remote station in the CC-Link system.
Refer to the master station PLC instruction manual for details.
6. Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board
n NOTE
• Set the Board status parameter to
Parameter
Meaning
1.
Board condition
Enables or disables the serial I/O board. When set to "VALID" the
serial I/O can be used. When set to "INVALID" the serial I/O
cannot be used.
2
2.
Remote cmd / IO cmd
(SI05)
Enables or disables the functions of remote commands and I/O
commands using word information and bit information. When set
to "VALID" the remote commands and I/O commands can be used.
When set to "INVALID" the remote commands and I/O commands
cannot be used.
This parameter cannot be set to "VALID" simultaneously with
parameter 3.
3.
Output MSG to SOW(1)
Enables or disables the function to send an message number, which
is displayed on the MPB, to word information SOW(1). When set
to "VALID" the message number to be displayed on the MPB will
be output. When set to "INVALID" the message number to be
displayed on the MPB will not be output. This parameter cannot be
set to "VALID" simultaneously with parameter 2.
Connection
"INVALID" when not using serial
I/O boards.
• When the Board status parameter
is set to "INVALID", the dedicated
input/output of the STD.DIO
connector becomes enabled. When
the Board status parameter is set
to "VALID", the dedicated input
(except DI1) of the STD.DIO
connector becomes disabled.
• For remote commands and I/O
commands, refer to the command
reference manual.
• For a description of codes issued
from the message output function
for SOW(1), refer to "1. Error
message" in chapter 9.
• When the Remote command & I/O
command parameter is set to
"VALID", the Output MSG to
SOW(1) parameter cannot be set
to "VALID". Likewise, when the
Output MSG to SOW(1) parameter
is set to "VALID", the Remote
command & I/O command
parameter cannot be set to
"VALID".
The following functions are enabled or disabled by setting the parameters for the CCLink serial I/O board.
2-7
6. Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board
6.1
Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board
1) Press the
mode.
2
F 1
(PARAM) key in “SYSTEM” mode to enter “SYSTEM>PARAM”
Connection
2) Press the F 5 (OP. BRD) key in “SYSTEM>PARAM” mode to enter the option
board parameter setting mode.
The option boards installed in the controller are displayed in order on the MPB
screen.
Fig. 2-6-1
SYSTEM>PARAM>OP.BRD
V8.18
1.DIO_N(1)
VALID
2. --3.CCLnk(S1/10M)
VALID
4. --SELECT
Option boards installed into the option slots are displayed on the MPB screen.
Type
Meaning
Display
DIO_N(n)
An option DIO board of NPN specifications is installed. The
number in parentheses is an ID number.
DIO_P(n)
An option DIO board of PNP specifications is installed. The
number in parentheses is an ID number.
CCLnk(n/m)
A CC-Link unit is installed. Letters in parentheses indicate a station
number "n" and a communication speed "m".
Option DIO
D_Net(n/m)
Serial I/O
Network
A DeviceNet unit is installed. Letters in parentheses indicate a
MAC ID number "n" and communication speed "m".
Profi(n/m)
A ProfiBUS unit is installed. Letters in parentheses indicate a
Station address "n" and communication speed "m".
E_Net
An Ethernet unit is installed.
3) In “SYSTEM>PARAM>OP. BRD” mode, select the “CCLnk” with the cursor
(↑/↓) keys and press the
F 1
(SELECT) key.
Fig. 2-6-2
SYSTEM>PARAM>OP.BRD>SELECT
1.board condition
VALID
2.remote cmd / IO cmd(SI05)
VALID
3.Output MSG to SOW(1)
INVALID
EDIT
2-8
V8.18
JUMP
6. Parameter setting for CC-Link serial I/O board
4) Select the parameter with the cursor (↑/↓) keys.
Fig. 2-6-3
SYSTEM>PARAM>OP.BRD>SELECT
VALID
2.remote cmd / IO cmd(SI05)
VALID
3.Output MSG to SOW(1)
INVALID
F 1
2
Connection
1.board condition
EDIT
5) Press the
V8.18
JUMP
(EDIT) key.
Fig. 2-6-4
SYSTEM>PARAM>OP.BRD>SELECT
1.board condition
VALID
2.remote cmd / IO cmd(SI05)
VALID
3.Output MSG to SOW(1)
INVALID
INVALID
6) Press the
V8.18
F 1
VALID
(INVALID) or
F 2
(VALID) key.
7) Press the ESC key to quit the edit mode. To continue setting another parameter,
use the cursor (↑/↓) keys to select the parameter.
2-9
MEMO
2-10
Chapter 3 Communication
Contents
1. State when robot controller power is turned ON ............................. 3-1
2. Initial process for connecting to CC-Link system .............................. 3-2
2.1 Initial data process .................................................................................. 3-2
3. Communication with master station PLC ......................................... 3-3
3.1 Receiving data ........................................................................................ 3-3
3.2 Transmitting data ..................................................................................... 3-4
4. Direct connection by emulated serialization on parallel DIO .......... 3-5
4.1 Emulated serialization setting on parallel DIO ......................................... 3-5
5. Referring to communication data ..................................................... 3-8
5.1 Referring to the data from the programming unit ..................................... 3-8
MEMO
1. State when robot controller power is turned ON
The CC-Link system specification robot controller always starts operation in servo OFF
state when the power turned ON.
q When connection to CC-Link system is correctly established.
The following conditions must be satisfied to correctly connect to the CC-Link system:
• The CC-Link system cable must be physically connected
• The station No. and communication speed must be correctly set
• The master station PLC must be operating correctly
w When connection to CC-Link system is incorrectly established
The following causes can be considered a correct connection with the CC-Link system cannot be established:
• The CC-Link system cable is not physically connected
• The station No. or communication speed is set incorrectly
• The master station PLC is not operating correctly
When the robot controller is incorrectly connected to the CC-Link system, the error
state will be indicated with the LEDs on the CC-Link compatible module. Note that if
the master station PLC is not operating correctly, nothing will appear on the LEDs.
The emergency stop signal and interlock signal in the CC-Link system are invalid in
this case, so the robot controller can be operated independently. However, if the correct state has been established even once after the robot controller power was turned
ON, the robot controller’s emergency stop state cannot be canceled without correctly
connecting to the CC-Link system.
The emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is always kept valid. The interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is also valid unless the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is set invalid.
When the external 24V monitor control in SYSYEM >PARAM mode is left valid
while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with DI (02) in
SAFETY connector.
Service mode input signal in the CC-Link system cannot be invalidated when SAFE
mode is enabled, so change the service mode setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode. In
this case, take full precautions to prevent improper settings that might lead to a hazardous situation.
* For meanings of LED display, see Chapter 4 in this manual.
3-1
Communication
When the robot controller is correctly connected to the CC-Link system, the normal
state will be indicated with the LEDs on the CC-Link compatible module.
At this time, the emergency stop signal and interlock signal in the CC-Link system
will be valid, so these signals must be turned ON with the initial data process.
The emergency stop terminal in SAFETY connector is always kept valid. The interlock signal in STD. DIO connector is also valid unless the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSTEM > PARAM mode is set invalid.
When SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal is made valid with SI (02) in
the CC-Link system. When the external 24V monitor control setting in SYSYEM
>PARAM mode is left valid while SAFE mode is enabled, service mode input signal
is also made valid with DI (02) in SAFETY connector.
3
2. Initial process for connecting to CC-Link system
The initial data process must be carried out to correctly connect to the CC-Link system.
2.1
Initial data process
The initial data process is carried out to confirm that the robot controller is correctly
connected to the CC-Link system. Prepare the process on the master station PLC side so
that the following type of process is always carried out before data is exchanged.
Initial data process (master station PLC side)
q Confirm that RX(n+7)8 (initial data process request flag) is ON.
w Turn RYn0 (emergency stop input) and RYn9 (interlock input) ON.
e Turn RY(n+7)8 (initial data process completion flag) ON.
r Confirm that RX(n+7)8 (initial data process request flag) is OFF.
t Confirm that RX(n+7)B (remote station Ready) is ON.
Communication
3
c CAUTION
• RX(n+7) B (remote station
Ready) must always be used on
the master station PLC side as the
flag to indicate whether the robot
controller is operating correctly.
• When starting up the system in
the emergency stop state using
RYn0 (emergency stop input),
carry out the initial data process
first, and then turn RYn0
(emergency stop input) OFF. The
robot controller will start up in
the servo OFF state when the
power is turned ON.
3-2
RX (n+7) 8
on
off
RX (n+7) B
on
off
RYn0
on
off
RYn9
on
off
RY (n+7) 8
on
off
The robot controller internal process will automatically start when the power is
turned ON and the system is returned from an error state.
3. Communication with master station PLC
The method for communicating with the master station PLC by using the robot program when the CCLink system is correctly connected is explained in this section.
3.1
Receiving data
Data is received by reading the master station PLC output device data with the robot
controller’s input port.
The correspondence of the master station PLC’s output device numbers and robot
controller’s input port numbers is shown below.
dedicated input ports. The robot
controller handles these ports as
input ports of meaningful data, so do
not use them as general-purpose
input ports.
Set these ports to "0" in most cases.
RYn7~RYn0
RYnF~RYn8
RY(n+1)7~RY(n+1)0
RY(n+1)F~RY(n+1)8
RY(n+2)7~RY(n+2)0
RY(n+2)F~RY(n+2)8
RY(n+3)7~RY(n+3)0
RY(n+3)F~RY(n+3)8
RY(n+4)7~RY(n+4)0
RY(n+4)F~RY(n+4)8
RY(n+5)7~RY(n+5)0
RY(n+5)F~RY(n+5)8
RY(n+6)7~RY(n+6)0
RY(n+6)F~RY(n+6)8
Robot controller
input port No.
SI(07)~SI(00)
SI(17)~SI(10)
SI(27)~SI(20)
SI(37)~SI(30)
SI(47)~SI(40)
SI(57)~SI(50)
SI(67)~SI(60)
SI(77)~SI(70)
SI(107)~SI(100)
SI(117)~SI(110)
SI(127)~SI(120)
SI(137)~SI(130)
SI(147)~SI(140)
SI(157)~SI(150)
Master station
output device No.
RWwn
RWw(n+1)
RWw(n+2)
RWw(n+3)
RWw(n+4)
RWw(n+5)
RWw(n+6)
RWw(n+7)
RWw(n+8)
RWw(n+9)
RWw(n+10)
RWw(n+11)
RWw(n+12)
RWw(n+13)
RWw(n+14)
RWw(n+15)
Robot controller
input port No.
SID(2)
SID(4)
SID(6)
SID(8)
SID(10)
SID(12)
SID(14)
SIW(0)
SIW(1)
SIW(2)
SIW(3)
SIW(4)
SIW(5)
SIW(6)
SIW(7)
SIW(8)
SIW(9)
SIW(10)
SIW(11)
SIW(12)
SIW(13)
SIW(14)
SIW(15)
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
When reading the bit information from the master station PLC’s output device No. with
the robot controller, write the following commands in the robot program in the same
manner as the DI input port:
WAIT command
Assignment statement
Example
NOTE
n The
SI statement in the robot language
can be defined from SI0 ( ) to SI27 ( ),
but the CC-Link compatible module
accepts from SI0 ( ) to SI15 ( ).
Example
:To read the RY(n+1) 0 to RY(n+1)7 data in variable A
A = SI2() ............................... * The SI2() data will be converted into a decimal and substituted into variable A.
If SI2() is 7Fh, variable A will be 127.
When reading the word information from the master station PLC’s output device No.
with the robot controller, write the following command in the robot program.
Assignment statement
Example
NOTE
n Word
data read out with SIW(n) is a
little endian format with no sign.
Double word data read out with SID(n)
is a little endian format with a sign.
:To wait for RY(n+1)0 to turn ON
WAIT SI(20) = 1 ................... * The robot program will wait for SI(20) to
turn ON.
Example
:To read the RWw (n+2) word data in variable B
B = SIW (2) .......................... * The SIW (2) data will be substituted into
variable B as a decimal. If SIW (2) is
01FFh, variable B will be 511.
:To read the RWw (n+2) and RWw (n+3) double word data into variable C
C = SID (2) ........................... * The SIW (2) and SIW (3) data will be substituted into variable C as a decimal. If SIW
(2) is 0010h and SIW (3) is 0001h, variable C will be 65552.
3-3
3
Communication
CAUTION
c SIW(0)
and SIW(1) are viewed as
Master station
output device No.
3. Communication with master station PLC
3.2
Transmitting data
Data is transmitted by writing the robot controller output port data into the master station
PLC’s input device.
The correspondence of the master station PLC’s input device numbers and robot controller’s
output port numbers is shown below.
Master station
input device No.
3
c SIW(0) and SIW(1) are viewed as
CAUTION
Communication
dedicated input ports.
RXn7~RXn0
RXnF~RXn8
RX(n+1)7~RX(n+1)0
RX(n+1)F~RX(n+1)8
RX(n+2)7~RX(n+2)0
RX(n+2)F~RX(n+2)8
RX(n+3)7~RX(n+3)0
RX(n+3)F~RX(n+3)8
RX(n+4)7~RX(n+4)0
RX(n+4)F~RX(n+4)8
RX(n+5)7~RX(n+5)0
RX(n+5)F~RX(n+5)8
RX(n+6)7~RX(n+6)0
RX(n+6)F~RX(n+6)8
Robot controller
output port No.
SO(07)~SO(00)
SO(17)~SO(10)
SO(27)~SO(20)
SO(37)~SO(30)
SO(47)~SO(40)
SO(57)~SO(50)
SO(67)~SO(60)
SO(77)~SO(70)
SO(107)~SO(100)
SO(117)~SO(110)
SO(127)~SO(120)
SO(137)~SO(130)
SO(147)~SO(140)
SO(157)~SO(150)
Robot controller
output port No.
Master station
input device No.
RWrn
RWr(n+1)
RWr(n+2)
RWr(n+3)
RWr(n+4)
RWr(n+5)
RWr(n+6)
RWr(n+7)
RWr(n+8)
RWr(n+9)
RWr(n+10)
RWr(n+11)
RWr(n+12)
RWr(n+13)
RWr(n+14)
RWr(n+15)
SOD(2)
SOD(4)
SOD(6)
SOD(8)
SOD(10)
SOD(12)
SOD(14)
SOW(0)
SOW(1)
SOW(2)
SOW(3)
SOW(4)
SOW(5)
SOW(6)
SOW(7)
SOW(8)
SOW(9)
SOW(10)
SOW(11)
SOW(12)
SOW(13)
SOW(14)
SOW(15)
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
To write the robot controller’s bit information into the master station PLC’s input device
No., write the following commands in the robot program in the same manner as the DO
output port:
SET/RESET command
Assignment statement
OUT command
Example
NOTE
n The
SO statement in the robot language
can be defined from SO2 ( ) to SO27 ( ),
but the CC-Link compatible module
accepts from SO2 ( ) to SO15 ( ).
NOTE
n Word
data written with SOW(n) is a little
endian format with no sign.
Double word data written with SOD(n)
is a little endian format with a sign.
3-4
: To turn RX(n+1)0 ON
SET SO(20) or SO(20) =1 .... * SO(20) will turn ON.
Example
: To write variable A data into RX(n+1)0 to RX(n+1)7
SO2() = A ............................. * The variable A data will be converted into
a binary and substituted into SO2().
If variable A is 127, 7Fh will be set in
SO2().
When writing the robot controller’s word information into the master station PLC’s input
device No., write the following command in the robot program.
Assignment statement
Example
: To write 512 into RWr (n+2) as word data
SOW (2) = 512 ..................... * 512 is substituted in SOW (2), and SOW
(2) becomes 0200h.
Example
: To write 69905 as the double word data for RWr (n+2) and RWr (n+3)
SOD (2) = 69905 .................. * 69905 is substituted in SOD (2), SOW (2)
becomes 1111h and SOW (3) becomes
0001h.
4. Direct connection by emulated serialization on parallel DIO
The master station PLC can exchange bit information data with the parallel port on the
robot controller’s parallel I/O unit regardless of the robot program. By using this function, I/O devices such as a sensor or relay can be used like a device connected to CC-Link.
Master station PLC
NOTE
n When
the directly connected and set
CC-Link
connection
Remote device station
robot controller
4.1
Parallel I/O connection
Emulated serialization setting on parallel DIO
The relation of the parallel port and serial port that can be connected is shown below.
Input device such as sensor
→ SO port
DI port
DI2()
SO2()
DI3()
SO3()
DI4()
SO4()
DI5()
SO5()
Output device such as valve
← SI port
DO port
DO2()
SI2()
DO3()
SI3()
DO4()
SI4()
DO5()
SI5()
[Operation]
1. Press the
F 3
(SIO) key in “SYSTEM > OPTION” mode.
SYSTEM>OPTION>SIO
V8.01
1.Direct SI2() -> DO2()
NO
2.Direct SI3() -> DO3()
NO
3.Direct SI4() -> DO4()
NO
4.Direct SI5() -> DO5()
NO
5.Direct SO2() <- DI2()
NO
EDIT
JUMP
Valid keys and submenu functions in this mode are as follows.
Valid keys
n When the port specified by SIO is
NOTE
identical with the port used by the
program, the output results might be
inaccurate.
Menu
Function
Selects SIO parameters.
Cursor (↑/↓) keys
F1
EDIT
Sets SIO parameters.
F2
JUMP
Jumps to specified SIO parameter.
3-5
3
Communication
output port is used with the program,
the bit information may not become the
intended value. Do not use the directly
connected and set output port with the
program.
I/O device
Sensor, relay, etc.
4. Direct connection by emulated serialization on parallel DIO
1. Direct connection from SI n ( ) to DO n ( )
Serial port input can be directly connected to parallel port output. The relation of the
parallel port and serial port that can be connected is as follows.
NOTE
n When
the port specified by SIO is
Output device such as sensor
DO port ←
SI port
DO2()
SI2()
DO3()
SI3()
DO4()
SI4()
DO5()
SI5()
identical with the port used by the
program, the output results might be
inaccurate.
3
Communication
[Operation]
1. Select an SI port (from items 1 to 4) in the “SYSTEM > OPTION > SIO” mode.
2. Press the
F 1
(EDIT) key.
SYSTEM>OPTION>SIO
V8.01
1.Direct SI2() -> DO2()
NO
2.Direct SI3() -> DO3()
NO
3.Direct SI4() -> DO4()
NO
4.Direct SI5() -> DO5()
NO
5.Direct SO2() <- DI2()
NO
SET
3. Press the F
the setting.
1
NO
(SET) key to enable the connection or the
F 2
(NO) key to cancel
4. Press the ESC key to quit setting or select another SI port with the cursor keys to
continue setting.
3-6
4. Direct connection by emulated serialization on parallel D
2. Direct connection from SO n ( ) to DI n ( )
Parallel port input can be directly connected to serial port output. The relation of the
parallel port and serial port that can be connected is as follows.
NOTE
n When
the port specified by SIO is
Input device such as valve
→ SO port
DI port
DI2()
SO2()
DI3()
SO3()
DI4()
SO4()
DI5()
SO5()
identical with the port used by the
program, the output results might be
inaccurate.
[Operation]
1. Select a DI port (from items 5 to 8) in the “SYSTEM > OPTION > SIO” mode.
F 1
(EDIT) key.
SYSTEM>OPTION>SIO
V8.01
4.Direct SI5() -> DO15()
NO
5.Direct SO2() <- DI2()
NO
6.Direct SO3() <- DI3()
NO
7.Direct SO4() <- DI4()
NO
8.Direct SO5() <- DI5()
NO
SET
Communication
2. Press the
NO
3. Press the F 1 (SET) key to enable the connection or the
cancel the setting.
F 2
3
(NO) key to
4. Press the ESC key to quit setting or select another DI port with the cursor keys to
continue setting.
3-7
5. Referring to communication data
The ON/OFF information exchanged with the master station PLC can be referred to using the programming unit (hereinafter, MPB).
Note that the MPB display update interval is longer than the CC-Link data update interval, so if the ON/
OFF interval is short, accurate information may not be displayed.
5.1
Referring to the data from the programming unit
The data exchanged with the master station PLC can be referred to with the MPB. The
reference unit is the robot controller input/output port No.
3
SYSTEM
V8.01
Communication
SI monitor
SI0()=&B00000111
SI4()=&B11000000
SI1()=&B00001111
SI5()=&B00101000
SI2()=&B00010001
SI6()=&B00000111
SI3()=&B00000100
SI7()=&B00000000
PARAM
CMU
OPTION
INIT
DIAGNOS
* &Bxxxxxxx corresponds to the 0th bit to 7th bit from right to left.
SYSTEM
V8.01
SIW monitor
SIW(0)=&H0132
SIW(4)=&H0000
SIW(1)=&H0001
SIW(5)=&H0000
SIW(2)=&H8000
SIW(6)=&HFFFF
SIW(3)=&H0000
SIW(7)=&H0000
PARAM
CMU
OPTION
INIT
DIAGNOS
* &Hxxxx expresses a hexadecimal.
[Operation]
1. Press the
DISPLAY
key. A screen like that shown below will appear.
SYSTEM
V8.01
DI monitor
DI0()=&B00000111
DI4()=&B11000000
DI1()=&B00001111
DI5()=&B00101000
DI2()=&B00010001
DI6()=&B00000111
DI3()=&B00000100
DI7()=&B00000000
PARAM
CMU
OPTION
INIT
2. Press the
DISPLAY
key several times to check the status of SI input ports 0 to 7.
3. Press the
DISPLAY
key more to check the status of SI input ports 10 to 15.
4. Press the
DISPLAY
key twice more to check the status of SO input ports 0 to 7.
5. Press the
DISPLAY
key more to check the status of SO input ports 10 to 15.
6. Press the
DISPLAY
key twice more to check the status of SIW input ports 0 to 7.
7. Press the
DISPLAY
key more to check the status of SIW input ports 8 to 15.
8. Press the
DISPLAY
key more to check the status of SOW output ports 0 to 7.
9. Press the
DISPLAY
key more to check the status of SOW output ports 8 to 15.
10. To stop checking the input/output ports, press the
3-8
DIAGNOS
ESC
key.
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
Contents
1. Items to confirm before starting up CC-Link system ......................... 4-1
2. Meanings of LEDs on CC-Link compatible module ........................... 4-2
3. Troubleshooting................................................................................ 4-3
3.1 Robot controller front panel LED confirmation ........................................ 4-3
3.2 Programming unit error display confirmation .......................................... 4-4
3.3 CC-Link compatible module LED confirmation ....................................... 4-5
3.4 Confirmation from master station PLC ..................................................... 4-6
4. Error messages relating to CC-Link ................................................... 4-7
MEMO
1. Items to confirm before starting up CC-Link system
Confirm the following items before starting up the CC-Link system.
Confirmation details
1
Check
Is the CC-Link compatible module accurately connected?
(Refer to Chapter 2 section 2 or 3.)
2
Is the robot controller set to the CC-Link system specifications?
(Refer to Chapter 2 section 1.)
3
Are the CC-Link compatible module station No. and communication speed
correctly set?
NOTE
n The
dedicated input of the STD.DIO
connector provided on the controller
will be disabled except for an interlock
signal (DI 11). When the external 24V
monitor control of system parameters
is disabled, the interlock signal (DI 11)
will also be disabled.
4
(Refer to Chapter 2 section 1.)
Is the ferrite core connected to the power input cable to the robot controller?
(Refer to Chapter 2 section 4.)
5
Is the CC-Link system cable accurately connected to the CC-Link compatible
module?
6
(Refer to Chapter 2 section 5.)
4
Was the line test from the master station PLC correct?
(Refer to the master station PLC instruction manual.)
Is the master station PLC set for the 4-station occupying remote device?
Troubleshooting
7
(Refer to the master station PLC instruction manual.)
8
Is the master station PLC exchanging the data for four stations? (The data for four
stations must always be exchanged.)
9
Has the initial data process been carried out between the master station and robot
controller?
10
(Refer the initialization process in Chapter 3 section 2.)
Is the master station PLC judging that the robot controller is correctly functioning using
RX(n+7)8 (remote station Ready)? (Refer the samples in Chapter 5 section 4.)
4-1
2. Meanings of LEDs on CC-Link compatible module
9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
7 8
9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
RUN
ERRL
SD
7 8
9 0 1
5 4 6
3 2
7 8
RD
Front of the unit
Troubleshooting
4
The LEDs on the CC-Link compatible module express the following statuses.
Use these for confirmation when an error occurs.
RUN ERRL
SD
RD
Meaning
Normal communication is taking place, but the CRC error
occurs sometimes because of noise.
The settings have varied from the baud rate and station No.
setting made when connected to the CC-Link system.
A CRC error occurred in the received data, and a response
CAUTION
c Even
if the LED displays indicate the
cannot be made.
normal communication state, there
may be cases when communication
with the master station PLC is not
possible unless the initial data process
is carried out. Always carry out the
initial data process. (Refer to Chapter
3.)
Normal communication
There is no data addressed to the local station.
Station No. setting illegal.
(Non-existing station No. was specified.)
Communication speed setting illegal.
(Unusable communication speed was specified.)
Polling response is being carried out, but a CRC error occurred
in the refresh reception.
A CRC error occurred in the data addressed to the local station.
Data has not been initialized.
The local station is not set to a remote device station.
There is no data addressed to the local station or the data
addressed to the local station cannot be received because of noise.
An illegal communication speed was set. (It can be spefified
but differs from the master station.)
Data cannot be received because of a line disconnection.
The power for communication has been cut off.
Communication with the master station was not possible when
the power was turned ON.
Others
(
4-2
: ON,
: OFF,
An improbable state
: Flicker)
3. Troubleshooting
If trouble occurs in the connection with the robot controller while starting up the CC-Link
system or during operation, check the following items in listed order.
3.1
3-1
Robot controller front panel LED confirmation
3-2
Programming unit error display confirmation
3-3
CC-Link compatible module LED confirmation
3-4
Confirmation from master station PLC
Robot controller front panel LED confirmation
* Refer to the robot controller owner’s manual for the rated voltage for the robot controller.
[Confirmation item 2]
<Confirmation details>
• The “ERR” LED is ON.
<Cause>
• The robot controller is in emergency stop.
• A major error has occurred in the robot controller.
<Countermeasures>
• Confirm the error message displayed on the programming unit.
• Take measures by following the troubleshooting section in the robot controller instruction manual.
* Refer to the robot controller instruction manual for details on the errors.
4-3
4
Troubleshooting
[Confirmation item 1]
<Confirmation details>
• The “PWR” LED is OFF.
<Cause>
• Power is not being supplied to the robot controller.
<Countermeasures>
• Measure the voltage at the AC power input terminal of the power connector with a
multimeter and check that the rated voltage is being supplied.
3. Troubleshooting
3.2
Programming unit error display confirmation
[Confirmation item 1]
<Confirmation details>
• “CC-Link Communication Error” is displayed on the programming unit.
<Cause>
• An error has occurred in the CC-Link system connection.
<Countermeasures>
• Check whether the CC-Link system cable is disconnected or incorrectly connected.
• Check the station No. and communication speed settings for the CC-Link compatible
module.
• Confirm that the master station PLC is operating.
4
Troubleshooting
[Confirmation item 2]
<Confirmation details>
• Check whether an error other than “CC-Link Communication Error” is displayed on
the programming unit. In this case, this problem is not related to the CC-Link system
connection. Note, however, the message “CC-Link Communication Error” may not
appear on the programming unit if multiple errors have occurred simultaneously.
<Cause>
• An error has occurred in the robot controller.
<Countermeasures>
• Check the error message displayed on the programming unit.
• Check the error history using the programming unit. Check the error history in the
“SYSTEM > DIAGNOS > HISTORY” mode using the programming unit.
• Take measures by following the troubleshooting section in the robot controller instruction manual.
* Refer to the robot controller instruction manual for details on the errors.
4-4
3. Troubleshooting
3.3
CC-Link compatible module LED confirmation
[Confirmation item 2]
<Confirmation details>
• The LED display on the CC-Link compatible module is “RUN, ERR, SD, RD” =
”.( :ON, :OFF)
“
<Cause>
• The initial data process has not been executed when the CC-Link system was connected. Refer to Chapter 3.
• The RX(n+7)B (remote station Ready) signal is not ON.
<Countermeasures>
• Carry out the initial data process when connecting to the CC-Link system.
4-5
4
Troubleshooting
[Confirmation item 1]
<Confirmation details>
• The LED display on the CC-Link compatible module is not “RUN. ERR. SD. RD” =
“
”.( :ON, :OFF)
<Cause>
• An error has occurred in the CC-Link system connection. Refer to table in Chapter 4
section 2 for the meanings of the LED displays.
<Countermeasures>
• Check whether the CC-Link system cable is disconnected or incorrectly connected,
and whether the terminator is connected.
• Check whether the CC-Link system cable is laid near the main circuit or power cable,
or whether it is bundled with these.
• Check that the ferrite core is connected to the robot controller’s power supply cable.
• Check the station No. and communication speed settings for the CC-Link compatible
module.
• Check that the master station PLC is operating correctly.
• Check that the robot controller on the master station PLC is set to the remote device
station.
3. Troubleshooting
3.4
Confirmation from master station PLC
[Confirmation item 1]
<Confirmation details>
• Using the master station PLC’s line test function, confirm robot controller is correctly
connected to the CC-Link system.
* Refer to the master station PLC instruction manual for details on the line test.
[Confirmation item 2]
<Confirmation details>
• Using the master station PLC’s line test function, check whether an error has occurred in the robot controller’s CC-Link connection.
<Cause>
• The ferrite core for noise measures is not connected.
• The CC-Link cable is laid near sources of noise such as the power cable.
<Countermeasures>
• Connect the ferrite core for noise measures onto the input power cable.
• Wire the CC-Link cable away from noise sources such as the power cable.
Troubleshooting
4
4-6
4. Error messages relating to CC-Link
This section describes error messages relating to CC-Link compatible units. For other messages, refer
to robot controller owner's manuals.
When an error occurs, an error message appears on the message line (2nd line) of the MPB screen.
12.1 : Emg.stop on
12.2 : Interlock on
Code
: &H0C02
Meaning/Cause : a. Program was executed or moving of axis attempted with interlock signal still input.
b. Interlock signal turned ON during execution of program or axis movement..
c. DC 24V is supplied to STD.DIO connector and DI(11) is not turned ON.
d. SI(11) is not ON.
e. Error in connection to CC-Link system.
Action
: 1. Cancel the interlock signal, and execute program or move axis.
2. Set DI(11) on STD.DIO connector to ON.
3. Set SI(11) to ON.
4. When not using STD.DIO, disable (invalid) the "Watch on STD.DO DC24V" parameter
in SYSTEM mode.
5. Correct the connection to CC-Link system.
12.11 : CC-Link communication error
Code
: &H0C0B
Meaning/Cause : a. Error in cable for CC-Link system.
b. Master station sequencer power is turned off or the operation has stopped.
Action
: 1. Check for the cable and take measures to suppress noise on the controller.
2. Check if the master station sequencer is operating correctly.
12.12 : CC-Link overtime error
Code
: &H0C0C
Meaning/Cause : a. Communication error in CC-Link system due noise, etc.
b. Master station sequencer power is turned off or the operation has stopped.
Action
: 1. Take measures to suppress noise on the CC-Link system cable and controller.
2. Check if the master station sequencer is operating correctly.
12.70 : Incorrect option setting
Code
: &H0C46
Meaning/Cause : a. Error in DIP switch setting on option unit.
b. Mismatched option units have been installed.
c. Cannot identify the installed option unit.
Action
: 1. Check the DIP switch settings on the option unit.
2. Install the correct option units.
3. Replace the option unit.
4-7
4
Troubleshooting
Code
: &H0C01
Meaning/Cause : a. MPB emergency stop button was pressed.
b. Emergency stop terminals on SAFETY connector are open (emergency stop status).
c. MPB or terminator is not connected to MPB connector.
d. SAFETY connector is not connected.
e. SI(00) is not ON.
f. Error in connection to CC-Link system.
Action
: 1. Release the MPB emergency stop button.
2. Close the emergency stop terminals on SAFETY connector.
3. Connect MPB or terminator to MPB connector.
4. Attach the SAFETY connector.
5. Set SI(00) to ON.
6. Correct the connection to CC-Link system.
MEMO
4-8
Chapter 5 Specifications
Contents
1. Profile ............................................................................................... 5-1
2. Details of remote input/output signals ............................................. 5-3
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart ..................................... 5-6
3.1 Initial data process for CC-Link connection ............................................. 5-6
3.2 Servo ON and emergency stop ................................................................ 5-7
3.3 AUTO mode changeover, program reset and program execution ............. 5-8
3.4 Stopping with program interlock ............................................................. 5-9
4. Sample program ............................................................................. 5-10
5. CC-Link compatible module specifications..................................... 5-17
MEMO
1. Profile
YAMAHA robot controller (4-station occupying)
Remote input/output
Remote → Master
Signal name
Device No.
SO (00): Emergency stop input status output RYn0
RYn1
SO (01): CPU_OK status output
RYn2
SO (02): Servo ON status output
RYn3
SO (03): Alarm status output
RYn4
RYn5
System area [for future expansion]
RYn6
RYn7
RYn8
SO (10): AUTO mode status output
SO (11): Origin return complete status output RYn9
SO (12): Sequence program execution status output RYnA
SO (13): Robot program execution status output RYnB
RYnC
SO (14): Program reset status output
RYnD
System area [for future expansion]
SO (16): IO command execution judgment output RYnE
SO (17): Output during IO command execution RYnF
RY(n+1)0
to
SO(20) to SO(27): General-purpose output
RY(n+1)7
RY(n+1)8
SO(30) to SO(37): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+1)F
RY(n+2)0
SO(40) to SO(47): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+2)7
RY(n+2)8
SO(50) to SO(57): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+2)F
RY(n+3)0
SO(60) to SO(67): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+3)7
RY(n+3)8
SO(70) to SO(77): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+3)F
RY(n+4)0
SO(100) to SO(107): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+4)7
RY(n+4)8
SO(110) to SO(117): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+4)F
RY(n+5)0
SO(120) to SO(127): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+5)7
RY(n+5)8
SO(130) to SO(137): General-purpose output
to
RY(n+5)F
Master → Remote
Signal name
SI (00): Emergency stop input
SI (01): Servo ON input
SI (02): Service mode input
System area [for future expansion]
SI (05):IO command execution trigger input
System area [for future expansion]
SI (10): Sequence control input
SI (11): Interlock input
SI (12): Robot program start input
SI (13): AUTO mode input
System area [for future expansion]
SI (15): Program reset input
SI (16): MANUAL mode input
SI (17): Absolute reset input
5
SI(20) to SI(27): General-purpose input
SI(30) to SI(37): General-purpose input
SI(40) to SI(47): General-purpose input
SI(50) to SI(57): General-purpose input
SI(60) to SI(67): General-purpose input
SI(70) to SI(77): General-purpose input
SI(100) to SI(107): General-purpose input
SI(110) to SI(117): General-purpose input
SI(120) to SI(127): General-purpose input
SI(130) to SI(137): General-purpose input
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
5-1
Specifications
Device No.
RXn0
RXn1
RXn2
RXn3
RXn4
RXn5
RXn6
RXn7
RXn8
RXn9
RXnA
RXnB
RXnC
RXnD
RXnE
RXnF
RX(n+1)0
to
RX(n+1)7
RX(n+1)8
to
RX(n+1)F
RX(n+2)0
to
RX(n+2)7
RX(n+2)8
to
RX(n+2)F
RX(n+3)0
to
RX(n+3)7
RX(n+3)8
to
RX(n+3)F
RX(n+4)0
to
RX(n+4)7
RX(n+4)8
to
RX(n+4)F
RX(n+5)0
to
RX(n+5)7
RX(n+5)8
to
RX(n+5)F
1. Profile
Device No.
RX(n+6)0
to
RX(n+6)7
RX(n+6)8
to
RX(n+6)F
RX(n+7)0
RX(n+7)1
RX(n+7)2
RX(n+7)3
RX(n+7)4
RX(n+7)5
RX(n+7)6
RX(n+7)7
RX(n+7)8
RX(n+7)9
RX(n+7)A
RX(n+7)B
RX(n+7)C
RX(n+7)D
RX(n+7)E
RX(n+7)F
5
Remote → Master
Signal name
Device No.
RY(n+6)0
to
SO(140) to SO(147): General-purpose output
RY(n+6)7
RY(n+6)8
to
SO(150) to SO(157): General-purpose output
RY(n+6)F
RY(n+7)0
RY(n+7)1
RY(n+7)2
RY(n+7)3
Reserved
RY(n+7)4
RY(n+7)5
RY(n+7)6
RY(n+7)7
RY(n+7)8
Initial data process request flag
RY(n+7)9
Not used
RY(n+7)A
RY(n+7)B
Remote station ready
RY(n+7)C
Reserved
RY(n+7)D
RY(n+7)E
(Reserved: QnA)
RY(n+7)F
Master → Remote
Signal name
SI(140) to SI(147): General-purpose input
SI(150) to SI(157): General-purpose input
Reserved
Initial data process complete flag
Not used
Reserved
(Reserved: QnA)
Specifications
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
Remote registers
Remote → Master
Device No.
Master → Remote
Name
RWrn
RWr(n+1)
Device No.
Dedicated SOW(0)
RWwn
Dedicated SOW(1)
RWw(n+1)
Name
Dedicated SIW(0)
Dedicated SIW(1)
RWr(n+2)
General-purpose General-purpose SOW(2)
RWw(n+2)
General-purpose General-purpose SIW(2)
RWr(n+3)
SOD(2)
General-purpose SOW(3)
RWw(n+3)
SID(2)
RWr(n+4)
General-purpose General-purpose SOW(4)
RWw(n+4)
General-purpose General-purpose SIW(4)
RWr(n+5)
SOD(4)
General-purpose SOW(5)
RWw(n+5)
SID(4)
RWr(n+6)
General-purpose General-purpose SOW(6)
RWw(n+6)
General-purpose General-purpose SIW(6)
RWr(n+7)
SOD(6)
General-purpose SOW(7)
RWw(n+7)
SID(6)
RWr(n+8)
General-purpose General-purpose SOW(8)
RWw(n+8)
General-purpose General-purpose SIW(8)
RWr(n+9)
SOD(8)
RWw(n+9)
SID(8)
General-purpose SOW(9)
General-purpose SIW(3)
General-purpose SIW(5)
General-purpose SIW(7)
General-purpose SIW(9)
RWr(n+10) General-purpose General-purpose SOW(10) RWw(n+10) General-purpose General-purpose SIW(10)
RWr(n+11) SOD(10)
General-purpose SOW(11) RWw(n+11) SID(10)
General-purpose SIW(11)
RWr(n+12) General-purpose General-purpose SOW(12) RWw(n+12) General-purpose General-purpose SIW(12)
RWr(n+13) SOD(12)
General-purpose SOW(13) RWw(n+13) SID(12)
General-purpose SIW(13)
RWr(n+14) General-purpose General-purpose SOW(14) RWw(n+14) General-purpose General-purpose SIW(14)
RWr(n+15) SOD(14)
General-purpose SOW(15) RWw(n+15) SID(14)
General-purpose SIW(15)
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
5-2
2. Details of remote input/output signals
5-3
5
Specifications
Device No.
Signal name
Details
RXn0
SO (00): Emergency stop input status output Turns ON when robot controller is in emergency stop state.
Turns ON when robot controller is in normal state.
SO (01): CPU_OK status output
RXn1
Turns ON when robot controller motor power is ON.
SO (02): Servo ON status output
RXn2
Turns ON when robot controller is in following state:
• Serious error occurred in robot controller.
SO (03): Alarm status output
RXn3
• Emergency stop input OFF
Turns ON when selected mode is AUTO mode.
SO (10): AUTO mode status output
RXn8
Turns OFF when other mode is selected.
SO (11): Origin return complete status output Turns ON when robot has complete origin return.
RXn9
SO (12): Sequence program execution status output Turns ON while sequence program is executed.
RXnA
SO (13): Robot program execution status output Turns ON while robot program is executed.
RXnB
Turns ON when robot program has been reset.
SO (14): Program reset status output
RXnC
Turns OFF when robot program starts.
Turns ON when the system backup battery (all
models of RCX series) or absolute battery
SO (15): Battery alarm output
RXnD
(RCX142/222) is low.
Turns OFF while executing the IO command.
SO (16): IO command execution judgment output After executing the IO command turns ON if
RXnE
normal, and stays OFF if abnormal.
SO (17): Output during IO command execution Turns ON while the IO command is being executed.
RXnF
RX(n+1)0
SO(20) to SO(27): General-purpose output
to
RX(n+1)7
General-purpose output turns ON/OFF when value
is substituted to SO port, or SET/RESET command
to
to
is executed or OUT command is executed.
RX(n+6)8
SO(150) to SO(157): General-purpose output
to
RX(n+6)F
The initial data process request flag turns ON to request
the initial data setting when the power is turned ON, or
when returning from a communication error.
RX(n+7)8 Initial data process request flag
Turns OFF when initial data process is completed
(initial data process complete flag RY(n+7)8 turns ON).
Turns ON when initial data setting is completed and
READY state is entered when power is turned ON
RX(n+7)B Remote station ready
or when returning from communication error.
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
2. Details of remote input/output signals
Device No.
RYn0
RYn1
RYn2
RYn3
RYn5
5
Specifications
RYn8
RYn9
RYnA
RYnB
RYnC
RYnD
RYnE
RYnF
5-4
Signal name
Details
Turn OFF to trigger emergency stop on controller.
SI (00): Emergency stop input
Keep turned ON during normal operation.
Turn ON to cancel emergency stop and turn ON the
robot servo motor.
Servo-ON is executed when this input is switched
from OFF to ON.
SI (01): Servo ON input
Emergency stop input [SI(00)] (RYn0) must be ON
and emergency stop conditions in the robot
controller (emergency stop terminal of SAFETY
connector, etc.) must be canceled.
Turn OFF to enter the controller in service mode. Keep
turned ON during normal operation.
(Effective only when SAFE mode is enabled.)
SI (02): Service mode input
(In SAFE mode enabled, dedicated input might be
disabled depending on service mode parameter setting.)
Turn ON to execute a step in the program during
AUTO mode.
SI (03): Step run
One line of the program is executed when this input
is changed from OFF to ON.
Changes from OFF to ON while executing the IO
command.
SI (05): IO command execution trigger input
Turns ON after the IO command is set to a generalpurpose input.
Turn ON to execute sequence program in the robot
controller.
SI (10): Sequence control input
Sequence program is executed when this input is ON.
Turn OFF to stop execution of robot program.
SI (11): Interlock input
Keep tuned ON to continue program execution.
Turn ON to execute robot program.
Robot program is executed when this input is
SI (12): Robot program start input
switched from OFF to ON.
Robot controller must be in AUTO mode.
Turn ON to select AUTO mode.
Robot program enters AUTO mode when this input
SI (13): AUTO mode input
is switched from OFF to ON.
Turn ON to perform absolute reset on robot.
Reset is performed when this input is changed from
OFF to ON. Absolute reset is not performed on axes
[RCX141/221]
that use mark method for origin return.
SI (14): Absolute reset input
Robot controller must be in MANUAL mode to
perform absolute reset.
Turn ON to perform origin return on incremental
axes.
When this input is changed from OFF to ON, origin
[RCX142/222]
return is performed on axes that are set to "sensor"
SI (14): Origin return
or "stroke end" origin return method. Origin return is
not performed on axes that are set to "mark" origin
return method.
Turn ON to reset robot program.
Program reset is executed when this input is
SI (15): Program reset input
switched from OFF to ON.
Robot controller must be in AUTO mode.
Turn ON to select MANUAL mode.
Robot program enters MANUAL mode when this
SI (16): MANUAL mode input
input is switched from OFF to ON.
Turn ON to perform origin return on incremental
axes.
When this input is changed from OFF to ON, origin
[RCX141/221]
return is performed on axes that are set to "sensor"
SI (17): Origin return
or "stroke end" origin return method. Origin return is
not performed on axes that are set to "mark" origin
return method.
Turn ON to perform absolute reset on robot.
Reset is performed when this input is changed from
OFF to ON. Absolute reset is not performed on axes
[RCX142/222]
that use mark method for origin return.
SI (17): Absolute reset input
Robot controller must be in MANUAL mode to
perform absolute reset.
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
2. Details of remote input/output signals
Device No.
Signal name
RY(n+1)0
SI(20) to SI(27): General-purpose input
to
RY(n+1)7
to
Details
Set these inputs to ON or OFF to refer to SI port
values or execute WAIT command.
to
RY(n+6)8
SI(150) to SI(157): General-purpose input
to
RY(n+6)F
Turns ON when power is turned ON,
communication error is reset, or data initialization is
requested or completed.
RY(n+7)8 Initial data process complete flag
Emergency stop input (RYn0) and interlock input
(RYn9) are turned ON when data is initialized.
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
Device No.
RWwn
Name
Dedicated SIW(0)
RWw(n+1)
Dedicated SIW(1)
General-purpose
SID(2)
General-purpose
SID(4)
General-purpose
SID(6)
General-purpose
SID(8)
General-purpose
SID(10)
General-purpose
SID(12)
General-purpose
SID(14)
General-purpose SIW(2)
General-purpose SIW(3)
General-purpose SIW(4)
General-purpose SIW(5)
General-purpose SIW(6)
General-purpose SIW(7)
General-purpose SIW(8)
General-purpose SIW(9)
General-purpose SIW(10)
General-purpose SIW(11)
General-purpose SIW(12)
General-purpose SIW(13)
General-purpose SIW(14)
General-purpose SIW(15)
Used to input word or double word data
from SIW or SID port.
Or, used as remote command’s command
data area.
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
Device No.
RWrn
Name
Dedicated SOW(0)
RWr(n+1)
Dedicated SOW(1)
RWr(n+2)
RWr(n+3)
RWr(n+4)
RWr(n+5)
RWr(n+6)
RWr(n+7)
RWr(n+8)
RWr(n+9)
RWr(n+10)
RWr(n+11)
RWr(n+12)
RWr(n+13)
RWr(n+14)
RWr(n+15)
General-purpose
SOD(2)
General-purpose
SOD(4)
General-purpose
SOD(6)
General-purpose
SOD(8)
General-purpose
SOD(10)
General-purpose
SOD(12)
General-purpose
SOD(14)
General-purpose SOW(2)
General-purpose SOW(3)
General-purpose SOW(4)
General-purpose SOW(5)
General-purpose SOW(6)
General-purpose SOW(7)
General-purpose SOW(8)
General-purpose SOW(9)
General-purpose SOW(10)
General-purpose SOW(11)
General-purpose SOW(12)
General-purpose SOW(13)
General-purpose SOW(14)
General-purpose SOW(15)
Details
Used as remote command’s status area.
Used as remote command’s error
code area.
Used to output word or double word data
from SOW or SOD port.
Or, used as remote command’s response
area.
n: Address assigned to master module with station No. setting
5-5
5
Specifications
RWw(n+2)
RWw(n+3)
RWw(n+4)
RWw(n+5)
RWw(n+6)
RWw(n+7)
RWw(n+8)
RWw(n+9)
RWw(n+10)
RWw(n+11)
RWw(n+12)
RWw(n+13)
RWw(n+14)
RWw(n+15)
Details
Used as the remote command area.
Used as the remote command’s command
data area.
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart
3.1
c CAUTION
• The dedicated input ON/OFF
process from the master station
PLC to the controller must be
carried out at an interval of
100ms or more. If the interval is
too short, the dedicated input may
not be recognized. (This also
applies to the same dedicated
input and differing dedicated
input intervals.)
• If dedicated outputs are provided
for the dedicated inputs from the
master station PLC to controller,
use them.
Initial data process for CC-Link connection
RX (n+7) 8
Initial data process request flag
RX (n+7) B
Remote Ready
RYn0:SI(00)
Emergency stop input
RY(n+1)1:SI(11)
Interlock input
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
RY(n+7)8
Initial data process complete flag
off
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Confirmation of connection with master station PLC at power ON
a) Initial data process request flag ON is output
b) Emergency stop and interlock input ON is input
c) Initial data process complete flag ON is input
d) Initial data process request flag OFF is output
e) Remote Ready ON is output
Connection with the CC-Link system is completed with this process.
Specifications
5
* This process is always required to correctly connect to the CC-Link system.
* To enter the emergency stop state, turn RYn0:SI(00) OFF after the above process is
established.
* The servo is OFF when the controller power is turned ON.
5-6
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart
3.2
c CAUTION
• The dedicated input ON/OFF
process from the master station
PLC to the controller must be
carried out at an interval of
100ms or more. If the interval is
too short, the dedicated input may
not be recognized. (This also
applies to the same dedicated
input and differing dedicated
input intervals.)
• If dedicated outputs are provided
for the dedicated inputs from the
master station PLC to controller,
use them.
Servo ON and emergency stop
on
RXn0:SO(00)
Emergency stop input
status output
RXn1:SO(01)
CPU_OK output
off
on
off
on
RXn2:SO(02)
Servo ON status output off
RXn3:SO(03)
Alarm status output
RYn0:SI(00)
Emergency stop input
RYn1:SI(01)
Servo ON input
on
off
on
off
on
off
a)
b) c)
d) e)
f) g)
h) i)
j) k)
Shift to emergency stop
d) Emergency stop input OFF is input
e) Emergency stop input status and alarm status output ON are output
Servo ON status output OFF is output
Servo ON process from emergency stop status
f) Emergency stop input ON is input
g) Emergency stop input status output OFF is output
h) Servo ON input ON is input
i) Alarm status output OFF is output
j) Servo ON status output ON is output
k) After confirming that servo ON status output is ON, servo ON input OFF is input
* The servo is OFF when the controller power is turned ON.
* When SAFE mode is enabled, dedicated inputs other than SI (00) and SI (11) might be
disabled depending on service mode parameter setting unless service mode input signal is set to ON with SI (02) in the CC-Link system.
5-7
5
Specifications
Initial servo ON process after power ON
a) Servo ON input ON is input
b) If not in the emergency stop state, output servo ON status ON is output
c) After confirming that servo ON status output is ON, servo ON input OFF is input
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart
3.3
c CAUTION
• The dedicated input ON/OFF
process from the master station
PLC to the controller must be
carried out at an interval of
100ms or more. If the interval is
too short, the dedicated input may
not be recognized. (This also
applies to the same dedicated
input and differing dedicated
input intervals.)
• If dedicated outputs are provided
for the dedicated inputs from the
master station PLC to controller,
use them.
AUTO mode changeover, program reset and program execution
on
RXn8:SO(10)
AUTO mode status
output
RXn9:SO(11)
Origin return complete
status output
RXnB:SO(13)
Robot program execution
status output
off
on
off
on
on
RYn9:SI(11)
Interlock input
RYnB:SI(13)
AUTO mode input
RYnD:SI(15)
Program reset input
Specifications
on
RXnC:SO(14)
Program reset status output off
RYnA:SI(12)
Robot program start input
5
off
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
a)
b)
c)
d)
100ms or more
e)
f)
g) h)
i)
100ms or more
AUTO mode changeover process
a) AUTO mode input ON is input
b) AUTO mode status output ON is output
c) After confirming that the AUTO mode status output is ON, the AUTO mode input
OFF is input
Program reset process
d) Program reset input ON is input
e) Program reset status output ON is output
f) After confirming that the program reset status output is ON, the program reset
input OFF is input
Program execution process
g) Robot program start input ON is input
h) Program reset status output OFF is output
Robot program execution status output ON is output
i) After confirming that the robot program execution status output is ON, the robot
program start input OFF is input
* The program cannot be executed if the emergency stop input and interlock input are
OFF.
* If the origin return complete status output is not ON, execution of the program may
not be possible depending on the execution level setting value.
* When SAFE mode is enabled, dedicated inputs other than SI (00) and SI (11) might
be disabled depending on service mode parameter setting unless service mode input
signal is set to ON with SI (02) in the CC-Link system.
5-8
3. Dedicated input/output signal timing chart
3.4
c CAUTION
• The dedicated input ON/OFF
process from the master station
PLC to the controller must be
carried out at an interval of
100ms or more. If the interval is
too short, the dedicated input may
not be recognized. (This also
applies to the same dedicated
input and differing dedicated
input intervals.)
• If dedicated outputs are provided
for the dedicated inputs from the
master station PLC to controller,
use them.
Stopping with program interlock
on
RXn8:SO(10)
AUTO mode status
output
off
on
RXn9:SO(11)
Origin return complete
off
status output
on
RXnB:SO(13)
Robot program execution
status output
off
RYn9:SI(11)
Interlock input
RYnA:SI(12)
Robot program start
input
on
off
on
off
a)
b) c)
d) e)
f)
g) h)
i)
100ms or more
Program stop process using interlock input
d) Interlock input OFF is input
e) Robot program execution status output OFF is output
Program execution after stopping program with interlock input
f) Interlock input ON is input
g) Robot program start input ON is input
h) Robot program execution status output ON is output
i) After confirming that the robot program execution status output is ON, the start
input OFF is input
* The program will also stop when the emergency stop input OFF is input. In this case,
the emergency stop input status and alarm status output ON will be output, and the
servo ON status output OFF will be output. The servo ON process is required to start
the program again.
* When SAFE mode is enabled, dedicated inputs other than SI (00) and SI (11) might be
disabled depending on service mode parameter setting unless service mode input signal is set to ON with SI (02) in the CC-Link system.
5-9
5
Specifications
Program execution process
a) Robot program start input ON is input
b) Robot program execution status output ON is output
c) After confirming that the robot program execution status output is ON, the start
input OFF is input
4. Sample program
An example for the following type of hardware configuration has been prepared for this
section.
MXYx
Pallet
SXYx
2nd unit supply position
1st unit supply position
P100
P101
P102
P103
P104
5
Specifications
Master station
A1SHCPU
+A1SJ61BT11
P201
P202
P203
P204
P105
P106
P107
P108
Remote device station
RCX40 (1st unit)
+ SXYx (3 axes)
(Station No. 1, 4
stations occupied)
P205
P200
P206
P207
P208
Remote device station
RCX142 (2nd unit)
+ MXYx (3 axes)
(Station No. 5, 4
stations occupied)
[Details of sample]
• Pick & place work is carried out using the PLC and RCX40 + SXYx (3 axes),
RCX142+MXYx (3 axes).
• The workpieces supplied to each robot are arranged on one pallet.
• The workpiece is supplied at a rate faster than the robot operation.
• The two robots will interfere above the pallet, so data is exchanged to prevent interference.
• When handling the workpiece, the robot moves at a low speed.
• The robot controller directly exchanges the pallet.
* Refer to the robot programming manual for details on the robot program language.
* The PLC circuit is a simple circuit that executes the selected robot program when
emergency stop is canceled.
5-10
4. Sample program
[Robot program data assignment]
: Point No. in pallet
: Point No. in pallet
* Points used
1st unit :
P100
P101
:
P108
P121
P122
2nd unit :
P200
P201
:
P208
P221
P222
: Point above workpiece supply
: 1st point above pallet
:
: 8th point above pallet
: Z axis position point for workpiece supply
: Z axis position point on pallet
: Point above workpiece supply
: 1st point above pallet
:
: 8th point above pallet
: Z axis position point for workpiece supply
: Z axis position point on pallet
* Bit information used
1st unit :
SI (40)
SI (41)
SI (42)
SO (23) to SO (20)
SO (40)
SO (41)
SO (42)
DI (47)
DO (40)
DO (47)
2nd unit :
SI (23) to SI (20)
SI (40)
SI (41)
SI (42)
SO (40)
SO (41)
SO (42)
DO (40)
: Point No. reception complete input
: Movement complete response standby input
: Movement complete standby input
: Point No. setting output group
: Point No. setting complete output
: Movement complete output
: Movement complete response output
: Pallet change complete input
: Chuck hand open close (0: Close, 1: Open)
: Pallet exchange command output
: Point No. setting input group
: Point No. transmission complete input
: Movement complete standby input
: Movement complete response standby input
: Point No. setting reception complete output
: Movement complete response output
: Movement complete output
: Chuck hand open/close (0: Close, 1: Open)
5-11
5
Specifications
* Variables used
1st unit :
A
2nd unit :
B
4. Sample program
[PLC data assignment]
X0 (*1)
X1 (*1)
X6 (*1)
X7 (*1)
X0F (*1)
X100
X101
:
X17F
X180
X181
:
X1FF
Y0 (*1)
Y6 (*1)
Y100
Y101
:
Y17F
Y180
Y181
:
Y1FF
M0
M1
M2
M4
M8
D0
D1
D2
D10
Specifications
5
: Unit error
: Local station data link status
: Data link start normal completion
: Data link start error completion
: Unit ready
: 1st unit’s SO(00): Emergency stop input status
: 1st unit’s SO(01): CPU_OK
:
: 1st unit reservation
: 2nd unit’s SO(00): Emergency stop input status
: 2nd unit’s SO(01): CPU_OK
:
: 2nd unit reservation
: Refresh instruction
: Data link start request
: 1st unit’s SI(00): Emergency stop input
: 1st unit’s SI(01): Servo ON input
:
: 1st unit reservation
: 2nd unit’s SI(00): Emergency stop input
: 2nd unit’s SI(01): Servo ON input
:
: 2nd unit reservation
: Unit preparation complete flag
: Parameter setting flag
: Data link start flag
: 1st station data link status
: 5th station data link status
: No. of connection units storage device
: 1st unit local station information setting storage device
: 2nd unit local station information setting storage device
: Parameter setting status storage device
*1: This number is determined by the master module mounting position and the number
of occupied input/output points mounted before the module.
5-12
4. Sample program
[Robot program]
2nd unit’s RCX142
‘INIT ROUTINE
RESET SO2()
RESET SO4()
RESET DO4()
B=201
‘MAIN ROUTINE
MOVE P,P200,Z=0
GOSUB *PICK
*ST2:
WAIT SI(41)=1
SO(41)=1
WAIT SI(41)=0
SO(41)=0
WAIT SI(40)=1
B=SI(23,22,21,20)
SO(40)=1
WAIT SI(40)=0
SO(40)=0
B=B+200
MOVE P,P[B],Z=0
GOSUB *PLACE
MOVE P,P200,Z=0
SO(42)=1
WAIT SI(42)=1
SO(42)=0
WAIT SI(42)=0
GOSUB *PICK
GOTO *ST2
HALT
‘SUB ROUTINE FOR PICK
*PICK:
DO(40)=1
DRIVE(3,P221),S=20
WAIT ARM(3)
DO(40)=0
DELAY 500
RETURN
‘SUB ROUTINE FOR PLACE
*PLACE:
DRIVE(3,P222),S=20
WAIT ARM(3)
DO(40)=1
DELAY 500
RETURN
5
Specifications
1st unit’s RCX40
‘INIT ROUTINE
RESET SO2()
RESET SO4()
RESET DO4()
A=101
‘MAIN ROUTINE
MOVE P,P100,Z=0
GOSUB *PICK
*ST1:
MOVE P,P[A],Z=0
GOSUB *PLACE
MOVE P,P100,Z=0
SO(41)=1
WAIT SI(41)=1
SO(41)=0
WAIT SI(41)=0
SO(23,22,21,20)=A-100
SO(40)=1
WAIT SI(40)=1
SO(40)=0
WAIT SI(40)=0
SO(23,22,21,20)=0
GOSUB *PICK
WAIT SI(42)=1
SO(42)=1
WAIT SI(42)=0
SO(42)=0
A=A+1
IF A>108 THEN
A=101
DO(47)=1
WAIT DI(47)=1
DO(47)=0
ENDIF
GOTO *ST1
HALT
‘SUB ROUTINE FOR PICK
*PICK:
DO(40)=1
DRIVE(3,P121),S=20
WAIT ARM(3)
DO(40)=0
DELAY 500
RETURN
‘‘SUB ROUTINE FOR PLACE
*PLACE:
DRIVE(3,P122),S=20
WAIT ARM(3)
DO(40)=1
DELAY 500
RETURN
5-13
4. Sample program
[PLC program]
X0
X0F
[PLS
M0
]
[SET
M1
]
D0
]
K1
]
[MOV H1401
D1
]
[MOV H1405
D2
]
D1
K2
]
[RST
M1
]
[SET
Y0
]
[SET
M2
]
[SET
Y6
]
[RST
Y6
]
[RST
M2
]
K1
]
[RST
Y6
]
[RST
M2
]
K16
]
Read each data link status (SW0080)
P10
]
Station No. 1 normal
(Y20
)
Station No. 1 error
P20
]
Station No. 2 normal
(Y21
)
Station No. 2 error
[FEND
]
K8
]
Read station No. 1 remote input
[SET Y100
]
Set emergency stop input ON
[SET Y109
]
Set interlock input ON
[SET Y178
]
Set initial data process compete flag ON
[RST Y178
]
Set initial data process complete flag OFF
0
M0
5
M1
[MOV
7
[TO
H0
H1
K2
D0
No. of connected modules
Station information
[T0
H0
H20
M9038
42
44
M0
M2
46
X6
48
Refresh instruction
Data link start normal completion
5
X7
[FROM H0
Specifications
51
X0
X0F
X1
[FROM H0
63
M4
H668
H680
D10
K4M4
[CALL
M4
M8
[CALL
M8
91
P10
M9036
92
X178
103
X178
107
5-14
[FROM H0
H0E0 K4X100
Data link start error completion
4. Sample program
109
X17B X101
X100
X102
X102
(Y101
)
(Y10E
)
(Y10F
)
(Y10B
)
(Y10D
)
(Y10A
)
(Y110
)
(Y111
)
(Y112
)
(Y113
)
(Y120
)
(Y121
)
(Y122
)
(Y123
)
(Y130
)
(Y131
)
(Y132
)
(Y133
)
(Y140
)
(Y141
)
(Y142
)
(Y143
)
K8
]
[RET
]
K8
]
Read station No. 2 remote input
[SET Y180
]
Set emergency stop input ON
[SET Y189
]
Set interlock input ON
[SET Y1F8
]
Set initial data process compete flag ON
X109
X108
X109
X109
X108
X10B X10C
X108 X10C X10B
137
X17B X190
X191
X192
X193
X1A0
X1A1
X1A2
X1A3
X1B0
X1B1
X1B3
X1C0
X1C1
X1C2
X1C3
186
M9036
[T0
H0
H160 K4Y100
196
P20
197
208
M9036
X1F8
[FROM H0
H0E8 K4X180
5
Specifications
X1B2
User application
Write to station No. 1 remote output
5-15
4. Sample program
212
214
X1F8
[RST
X1FB
X181
X180
X182
X189
X188
X189
X189
242
X1FB
Y1F8
]
X182
X188
X18B
X18C
X188
X18C
X18B
X110
(Y181
)
(Y18E
)
(Y18F
)
(Y18B
)
(Y18D
)
(Y18A
)
(Y190
)
(Y191
)
(Y192
)
(Y193
)
(Y1A0
)
(Y1A1
)
(Y1A2
)
(Y1A3
)
(Y1B0
)
(Y1B1
)
(Y1B2
)
(Y1B3
)
(Y1C0
)
(Y1C1
)
(Y1C2
)
(Y1C3
)
Set initial data process
complete flag OFF
X111
X112
X113
X120
User application
X121
X122
5
X123
X130
Specifications
X131
X132
X133
X140
X141
X142
X143
M9036
K8
]
301
[RET
]
302
[END
]
291
5-16
[T0
H0
H168
K4Y180
Write to station No. 2
remote output
5. CC-Link compatible module specifications
The CC-Link compatible module with the label is compatible with CC-Link Ver. 1.10.
Limits on the station-to-station cable length, etc., can be eased by using the Ver. 1.10
compatible CC-Link cable. Refer to the master station PLC instruction manual compatible with Ver. 1.10.
CC-Link compatible module
Specification item
CAUTION
c For
the names and description of
remote input/output signals and
remote registers, refer to the tables
shown in "1. Profile" and "2. Details
of remote input/output signals" in
this chapter.
Target controller
RCX Series controller
Remote station type
Remote device station
Number of occupied stations
Fixed to four stations
Station No. setting
1 to 61 (rotary switch)
Communication speed setting
Number of CC-Link input/output points
10M / 5M / 2.5M / 625K / 156Kbps (rotary switch)
*1)
Remote
Dedicated input
input/output
: 16 points
(11 points are currently used.)
General-purpose input : 96 points
Dedicated output
: 16 points
(11 points are currently used.)
5
General-purpose output : 96 points
Remote
register
Dedicated input
General-purpose input : 14 words
are subject to change without prior
notice.
: 2 words
General-purpose output : 14 words
Monitor LED
*1)
RUN, ERRL, SD, RD
Controller's I/O update intervals are 10ms at shortest, but actual I/O update intervals change depending
on the update time for the master station.
5-17
Specifications
Dedicated output
CAUTION
c The
specifications and appearance
: 2 words
MEMO
5-18
Chapter 6 Appendix
Contents
1. Term definition ................................................................................. 6-1
MEMO
1. Term definition
1. CC-Link (Control & Communication Link)
CC-Link is a registered trademark of CC-Link partner association.
2. SAFE mode setting
When the SAFE mode setting is enabled, service mode input is made valid so that
safety functions such as operating speed limits in MANUAL mode can be used.
The SAFE mode setting is determined at the time of shipping.
The SAFE mode setting is always enabled for controllers compatible with CE marking.
3. SERVICE mode
This mode is valid only when the SAFE mode setting is enabled, and can be controlled by service mode input signals.
4. SAFETY connector
This connector is used to connect emergency stop input and service mode input.
Located on the front panel of the robot controller.
5. STD. DIO connector
This connector is used to receive or output dedicated I/O signals and generalpurpose I/O signals. Located on the front panel of the robot controller.
7. Word information
Word data transmitted and received between master station PLC and controller.
8. Little endian
Method to substitute LSB in low-order address and refer to LSB when handling
word information data as double word data.
For example, when the value 00012345h is substituted in SOD (2), 2345h is substituted in SOW (2) of the first word, and 0001h is substituted in SOW (3) of the
second word.
6-1
Appendix
6. bit information
Bit data transmitted and received between master station PLC and controller.
6
Revision record
Manual version
Issue date
Description
1st Edition
2nd Edition
3rd Edition
4th Edition
Ver. 1.05
Ver. 1.06
Jan. 2002
May 2002
Nov. 2002
Jan. 2003
Aug. 2006
Oct. 2006
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–
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English manual Ver. 1.05 is based on Japanese manual Ver. 1.06.
English manual Ver. 1.06 is based on Japanese manual Ver. 1.06.
OWNER'S MANUAL
RCX Series
Robot Controller
UNIT
Oct. 2006
Ver. 1.06
This manual is based on Ver. 1.06 of Japanese manual.
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