FZ5 Vision System to CJ Series EtherNet/IP Interface Connection

FZ5 Vision System to CJ Series EtherNet/IP Interface Connection

CJ Series

EtherNet/IP

TM

Connection Guide

OMRON Corporation

Vision System

(FZ5 Series)

P588-E1-02

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Table of Contents

1.

2.

3.

4.

Related Manuals .......................................................................................... 1

Terms and Definitions ................................................................................. 2

Precautions .................................................................................................. 3

Overview ...................................................................................................... 4

5.

Applicable Devices and Device Configuration ........................................ 5

5.1.

Applicable Devices .............................................................................. 5

6.

5.2.

Device Configuration ........................................................................... 6

EtherNet/IP Settings .................................................................................... 8

6.1.

6.2.

Parameters .......................................................................................... 8

Allocating the Tag Data Links ............................................................ 10

7.

EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure ......................................................... 12

7.1.

Work Flow .......................................................................................... 12

7.2.

7.3.

7.4.

Setting up the FZ5 Sensor Controller ................................................ 13

Setting up the PLC ............................................................................ 19

Setting up the Network ...................................................................... 28

8.

7.5.

Checking the EtherNet/IP Communications ...................................... 42

Initialization Method .................................................................................. 47

8.1.

Initializing the PLC ............................................................................. 47

9.

8.2.

Initializing the FZ5 Sensor Controller ................................................ 48

Revision History ........................................................................................ 49

1. Related Manuals

1. Related Manuals

To ensure system safety, make sure to always read and heed the information provided in all

Safety Precautions and Precautions for Safe Use of manuals for each device which is used in the system.

The table below lists the manuals of OMRON Corporation (hereinafter referred to as OMRON) related to this document.

Manufacturer

OMRON

Cat. No.

W472

Model

CJ2M-CPU[][]

CJ2H-CPU6[]

CJ2H-CPU6[]-EIP

Manual name

CJ-series CJ2 CPU Unit

Hardware User´s Manual

OMRON

OMRON

W473

W465

CJ2M-CPU[][]

CJ2H-CPU6[]

CJ2H-CPU6[]-EIP

CJ1W-EIP21

CJ2H-CPU6[]-EIP

CJ2M-CPU3[]

-

CJ-series CJ2 CPU Unit

Software User's Manual

EtherNet/IP

TM

Units Operation Manual

OMRON

OMRON

W446

0969584-7

CX-Programmer Operation Manual

Switching Hub W4S1-series User's Manual

OMRON

OMRON

OMRON

9524422-4

9910002-2

Z340

W4S1-05[]

W4S1-03B

FZ5-6[][]/6[][]-10

FZ5-11[][]/11[][]-10

FZ5-L35[]/L35[]-10

Image Processing System Instruction

Sheet

Image Processing System Instruction

Sheet

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision

System User’s Manual

OMRON

OMRON

Z341

Z342

1636843-6

FZ5-6[][]/6[][]-10

FZ5-11[][]/11[][]-10

FZ5-L35[]/L35[]-10

FZ5-6[][]/6[][]-10

FZ5-11[][]/11[][]-10

FZ5-L35[]/L35[]-10

FZ5-6[][]/6[][]-10

FZ5-11[][]/11[][]-10

FZ5-L35[]/L35[]-10

FZ-M08 OMRON

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision

System Processing Item Function

Reference Manual

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision

System User’s Manual for Communications

Settings

LCD monitor Instruction Sheet

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2. Terms and Definitions

2. Terms and Definitions

Node

Tag

Tag Set

Term

Tag data link

Connection

Originator and

Target

Tag data link parameter

Explanation and Definition

Programmable controllers and devices are connected to the EtherNet/IP network via the EtherNet/IP ports. The EtherNet/IP recognizes each

EtherNet/IP port connected to the network as one node.

When a device with two EtherNet/IP ports is connected to the

EtherNet/IP network, the EtherNet/IP recognizes this device as two nodes.

The EtherNet/IP achieves the communications between programmable controllers or the communications between programmable controllers and devices by exchanging data between these nodes connected to the network.

A minimum unit of the data that is exchanged on the EtherNet/IP network is called a tag. The tag is defined as a network variable or as a physical address, and it is allocated to the memory area of each device.

In the EtherNet/IP network, a data unit that consists of two or more tags can be exchanged. The data unit consisting of two or more tags for the data exchange is called a tag set. Up to eight tags can be configured per tag set for OMRON programmable controllers.

In the EtherNet/IP, the tag and tag set can be exchanged cyclically between nodes without using the user program. This standard feature on the EtherNet/IP is called a tag data link.

A connection is used to exchange data as a unit within which data concurrency is maintained. The connection consists of tags or tag sets.

Creating the concurrent tag data link between the specified nodes is called a "connection establishment". When the connection is established, the tags or tag sets that configure the connection are exchanged between the specified nodes concurrently.

To perform tag data links, one node requests the opening of a communications line called a "connection".

The node that requests to open the connection is called an "originator", and the node that receives the request is called a "target".

The tag data link parameter is the setting data to perform the tag data link. It includes the data to set tags, tag sets, and connections.

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3. Precautions

3. Precautions

(1) Understand the specifications of devices which are used in the system. Allow some margin for ratings and performance. Provide safety measures, such as installing safety circuit in order to ensure safety and minimize risks of abnormal occurrence.

(2) To ensure system safety, make sure to always read and heed the information provided in all Safety Precautions and Precautions for Safe Use of manuals for each device which is used in the system.

(3) The user is encouraged to confirm the standards and regulations that the system must conform to.

(4) It is prohibited to copy, to reproduce, and to distribute a part or the whole of this document without the permission of OMRON Corporation.

(5) The information contained in this document is current as of March 2015. It is subject to change without notice for improvement.

The following notation is used in this document.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage.

Precautions for Correct Use

Precautions on what to do and what not to do to ensure proper operation and performance.

Additional Information

Additional information to read as required.

This information is provided to increase understanding or make operation easier.

Symbol

The triangle symbol indicates precautions (including warnings).

The specific operation is shown in the triangle and explained in text.

This example indicates a general precaution.

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4. Overview

4. Overview

This document describes the procedure for connecting the Vision System (FZ5 series) of

OMRON Corporation with CJ-series Programmable Controller + Ethernet/IP Unit (hereinafter referred to as the PLC) via EtherNet/IP, and the procedure to check their connection.

Refer to

Section 6. EtherNet/IP Settings

and

Section 7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

to understand the setting method and key points to perform the tag data links for the EtherNet/IP.

In this document, CJ-series EtherNet/IP Unit and the built-in EtherNet/IP port of CJ-series CJ2

CPU Unit are collectively called as the "EtherNet/IP Unit".

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5. Applicable Devices and Device Configuration

5. Applicable Devices and Device Configuration

5.1. Applicable Devices

The applicable devices are as follows:

Manufacturer

OMRON

CJ2 CPU Unit

Name

OMRON

OMRON

OMRON

EtherNet/IP Unit

FZ5 Sensor Controller

LCD-integrated Controller

Box-type Controller

5 Megapixel Digital Camera

2 Megapixel Digital Camera

0.3 Megapixel Digital Camera

0.3 Megapixel High-Speed Camera

0.3 Megapixel Small Digital Camera

0.3 Megapixel Small Digital Pen-Shaped Camera

Intelligent Compact Camera

Model

CJ2[]-CPU[][]

CJ1W-EIP21

CJ2H-CPU6[]-EIP

CJ2M-CPU3[]

FZ5-6[][]/6[][-10

FZ5-11[][]/11[][]-10

FZ5-L35[]/L35[]-10

FZ-SC5M2/S5M2

FZ-SC2M/S2M

FZ-SC/S

FZ-SHC/SH

FZ-SFC/SF

FZ-SPC/SP

FZ-SQ010F/SQ050F

FZ-SQ100F/SQ100N

Precautions for Correct Use

As applicable devices above, the devices with the models and versions listed in

Section 5.2.

are actually used in this document to describe the procedure for connecting devices and checking the connection.

You cannot use devices with versions lower than the versions listed in

Section 5.2

.

To use the above devices with models not listed in

Section 5.2.

or versions higher than those listed in

Section 5.2.

, check the differences in the specifications by referring to the manuals before operating the devices.

Additional Information

This document describes the procedure to establish the network connection. It does not provide information on operation, installation or wiring method which is not related to the connection procedure. It also does not describe the functionality or operation of the devices.

Refer to the manuals or contact your OMRON representative.

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5. Applicable Devices and Device Configuration

5.2. Device Configuration

The hardware components to reproduce the connection procedure of this document are as follows:

Personal computer

(CX-One, installed

OS: Windows 7)

CJ2M-CPU32

(Built-in EtherNet/IP port)

W4S1-05C

FZ5-L350

USB mouse

LAN cable

FZ-VM

FZ-M08

USB cable

FZ-VS

Manufacturer

OMRON

OMRON

OMRON

-

OMRON

CPU Unit

Switching hub

Name

(Built-in EtherNet/IP port)

Power Supply Unit

24 VDC power supply

(For Switching hub)

CX-One

24 VDC power supply

24 VDC power supply

24 VDC power supply

Model

CJ2M-CPU32

CJ1W-PA202

W4S1-05C

-

FZ-SC2M

Version

Ver.2.0

(Ver.2.12)

Ver.1.00

Ver.4.[][]

OMRON

OMRON

-

-

-

OMRON

CX-Programmer

Network Configurator

Personal computer (OS: Windows 7)

USB cable

(USB 2.0 type B connector)

LAN cable (STP (shielded, twisted-pair) cable of Ethernet category 5 or higher)

FZ5 Sensor Controller

CXONE-AL[][]C-V4

/AL[][]D-V4

(Included in CX-One)

(Included in CX-One)

-

-

-

FZ5-L350

Ver.9.52

Ver.3.56

Ver.5.32

OMRON

Camera FZ-SC2M

Camera cable FZ-VS[]

OMRON

OMRON

Monitor (analog RGB monitor) FZ-M08

OMRON

-

Monitor cable

USB mouse

FZ-VM

-

-

-

24 VDC power supply

(For FZ5 Sensor Controller)

24 VDC power supply (For Monitor)

-

-

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5. Applicable Devices and Device Configuration

Precautions for Correct Use

Update the CX-Programmer and Network Configurator to the versions specified in this section or higher versions using the auto update function.

If a version not specified in this section is used, the procedures described in

Section 7.

and subsequent sections may not be applicable. In that case, use the equivalent procedures described in this document by referring the

CX-Programmer Operation Manual

(Cat. No.

W446) and Network Configurator Online Help.

Additional Information

For specifications of the 24 VDC power supply available for the Switching hub, refer to the

Switching Hub W4S1-series User's Manual

(Cat. No. 0969584-7).

Additional Information

For specifications of the 24 VDC power supply available for the FZ5 Sensor Controller, refer to the

Image Processing System Instruction Sheet

(Cat. No. 9524422-4/ 9910002-2).

Additional Information

For specifications of the 24 VDC power supply available for the Monitor, refer to the

LCD monitor Instruction Sheet

(Cat. No. 1636843-6).

Additional Information

The system configuration in this document uses USB for the connection between the

Personal computer and PLC. For information on how to install the USB driver, refer to

A-5

Installing the USB Driver

of the

CJ-series CJ2 CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual

(Cat. No.

W472).

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6. EtherNet/IP Settings

6. EtherNet/IP Settings

This section describes specifications of parameters and the tag data link allocation that are set in this document.

6.1. Parameters

The parameter settings that are set in this document are as follows:

6.1.1. EtherNet/IP Communications Settings

The parameters required for connecting the PLC and the FZ5 Sensor Controller via

EtherNet/IP are given below.

Unit number

Node address

IP address

Subnet mask

Fieldbus

Output control

Timeout [s]

Item

0

1

-

-

-

PLC (node 1)

192.168.250.1

255.255.255.0

FZ5 Sensor Controller (node 2)

-

2

192.168.250.2

255.255.255.0

EtherNet/IP

Handshaking (Default)

10.0 (Default)

*In this document, the gateway setting is unnecessary because the connection is made in the same segment.

Additional Information

In order to prevent a phenomenon that a change in the status of each signal cannot be detected by the target device, it is recommended that you set the Output control setting for the FZ5 Sensor Controller to Handshaking. When the Output control of the FZ5 Sensor

Controller is set to None, the originator device may not correctly detect a change in the status of a signal from the FZ5 Sensor Controller if RPI is longer than the output time (ON/OFF) on the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

For details, refer to

EtherNet/IP Communications Cycle (RPI)

in

Communicating with

EtherNet/IP

in

Section 2. Methods for Connecting and Communicating with External Devices

of the

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision System User’s Manual for Communications

Settings

(Cat. No. Z342).

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6. EtherNet/IP Settings

6.1.2. Connection Settings

The connection settings of the FZ5 Sensor Controller are shown below.

On the FZ5 Sensor Controller, set the connection type to

Point to Point

for both input and output. Set the Timeout Value so that it is longer than the FZ5 Sensor Controller’s measurement processing time. When the measurement interval is short, the measurement processing load is high, or command processing for operations such as scene group changing is time-consuming, the FZ5 Sensor Controller prioritizes measurement and control processing over communication processing. As a result, communication between an external device and the FZ5 Sensor Controller may be temporarily interrupted, and a communication error may occur. In this case, set the communication error timeout time longer than the FZ5 Sensor

Controller’s processing time.

Connection allocation

Connection I/O Type

Originator Device Input Tag Set

Connection Type

Target Device

Output Tag Set

Connection Type

Output Tag Set

Input Tag Set

Packet Interval (RPI)

Timeout Value

Set value

Consume Data From / Produce Data To

D10100-[48 Byte]

Point to Point connection

D10000-[20 Byte]

Point to Point connection

Input_101-[48 Byte]

Output_100-[20 Byte]

50.0 ms

Packet interval (RPI) x 4

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6. EtherNet/IP Settings

6.2. Allocating the Tag Data Links

The tag data links allocation of the FZ5 Sensor Controller is as follows:

Output area Input area

D10000

D10009

(PLC to FZ5 Sensor

Controller)

20 bytes

Details on output area

D10100

D10123

(FZ5 Sensor Controller to PLC)

48 bytes address

15 14 13 12 11 10 9

D10000

ERC

LR

D10001

D10002

D10003

D10004

D10005

D10006

D10007

D10008

D10009

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

8

Bit

XEX

E

-

7

-

-

6

-

-

CMD-CODE

CMD-PARAM

5

-

-

4

-

-

3

-

-

2

-

-

Meaning

1 0

STE

P

EXE

- DSA

Command area

Control input

(2 words)

Command code

(2 words)

EXE: Command Execution Bit: Turns ON to execute a command.

Command parameters

(6 words max.)

STEP: Measure Bit: Turns ON to execute a measurement.

XEXE: Flow Command Request Bit: Turns ON to request execution of a command during execution of fieldbus flow control.

ERCLR: Error Clear Bit: Turns ON to clear the ERR signal from the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

DSA: Data Output Request Bit: Turns ON to request the next data output.

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6. EtherNet/IP Settings

Details on input area address

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

Bit

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Meaning

D10100

ERR -

D10101

D10102

D10103

D10104

D10105

D10106

D10107

D10108

D10109

D10110

D10111

D10112

D10113

D10114

D10115

D10116

D10117

D10118

D10119

D10120

D10121

D10122

D10123

- -

-

-

-

-

-

-

XW

AIT

XBU

SY

XFL

G

- - -

-

-

CMD-CODE

RES-CODE

RES-DATA

DATA 0

DATA 1

DATA 2

DATA 3

DATA 4

DATA 5

DATA 6

DATA 7

-

-

-

-

RU

N

-

OR

-

-

-

BUS

Y

-

FLG

Response area

GAT

E

Control output

(2 words)

Command code

(2 words)

Response code

(2 words)

Response data

(2 words)

Data output area

Output data 0

(2 words) to

Output data 7

(2 words)

FLG: Command Completion Bit: Turns ON when command execution is completed.

BUSY: Command Busy Bit: Turns ON when command execution is in progress.

OR: Overall Judgement: Turns ON when the overall judgement is NG.

RUN: Run Mode: Turns ON while the Sensor Controller is in Run Mode.

XFLG: Flow Command Completion Bit: Turns ON when execution of a command that was input during the execution of fieldbus flow control has been completed (i.e., when

XBUSY turns OFF).

XBUSY: Flow Command Busy Bit: Turns ON when execution of a command that was input during execution of fieldbus flow control is in progress.

XWAIT: Flow Command Wait Bit: Turns ON when a command can be input during the execution of fieldbus flow control.

ERR: Error signal: Turns ON when the FZ5 Sensor Controller detects an error signal.

GATE: Data Output Completion Bit: Turns ON when data output is completed.

Additional Information

For details on command codes and response codes, refer to

Command Details for PLC Link,

EtherNet/IP, and EtherCAT

in

Command Control

in

Section 3. Appendices

of the

Vision

Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision System User’s Manual for Communications Settings

(Cat. No.

Z342).

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

This section describes the procedure for connecting the FZ5 Sensor Controller to the PLC via

EtherNet/IP.

This document explains the procedures for setting up the PLC and the FZ5 Sensor Controller based on the factory default setting. For the initialization, refer to

Section 8. Initialization

Method

.

7.1. Work Flow

Take the following steps to set the tag data link for EtherNet/IP.

7.2. Setting up the FZ5 Sensor

Controller

Set up the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

7.2.1. Parameter Settings

Set the parameters for the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

7.3. Setting up the PLC

7.3.1. Hardware Settings

Set up the PLC.

Set the hardware switches on the Ethernet/IP Unit and wire the network.

Start the CX-Programmer and connect online with the

PLC.

7.3.2. Starting the CX-Programmer and

Connecting Online with the PLC

7.3.3. Creating the I/O Table and setting the IP Addresses

7.4. Setting up the Network

7.4.1. Starting the Network

Configurator and Connecting

Online with the PLC

7.4.2. Uploading the Network

Configuration

7.4.3. Setting the Tags

7.4.4. Setting the Connections

Create the I/O table and set the IP address of the

PLC.

Set the tag data links for the EtherNet/IP.

Start the Network Configurator and connect online with the PLC.

Upload the network configuration.

Register the tags of the send area and receive area.

Associate the tags of the target device with the tags of the originator device.

7.4.5. Transferring the Tag Data Link

Parameters

7.5. Checking the EtherNet/IP

Communications

7.5.1. Checking the Connection Status

7.5.2. Checking the Sent and

Received Data

Transfer the set tag data link parameters to the PLC.

Confirm that the EtherNet/IP tag data links are operated normally.

Check the connection status of EtherNet/IP.

Confirm that the correct data are sent and received.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.2. Setting up the FZ5 Sensor Controller

Set up the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

7.2.1. Parameter Settings

Set the parameters for the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

1

Check the positions of the connectors on the FZ5 Sensor

Controller by referring to the right figure.

2

As shown in

Section 5.2. Device

Configuration

, connect the

Camera, Monitor, USB mouse,

24 VDC power supply (For FZ5

Sensor Controller), and LAN cable to the FZ5 Sensor

Controller.

Connect the 24 VDC power supply (For Monitor) to the

Monitor.

3

Connect the FZ5 Sensor

Controller to the Switching hub with the LAN cable.

Connect the 24 VDC power supply (For Switching hub) to the Switching hub.

4

Turn ON the power supply to the

FZ5 Sensor Controller and the

Monitor.

FZ5 Sensor Controller

USB mouse

LAN cable

Monitor

24 VDC power supply

Camera

24 VDC power supply

LAN cable

24 VDC power supply

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5

The Language setting Dialog

Box is displayed on the Monitor connected to the FZ5 Sensor

Controller only at the initial start.

Select

English

from the pull-down list.

Check that the English is selected in the

Language

Field and click the

OK

Button.

Confirm that your desired

Language is selected and click the

Yes

Button.

6

Select

System Settings

from the Tool Menu on the dialog box that is shown on the Monitor connected to the FZ5 Sensor

Controller.

7

Select

System Settings

-

Startup

-

Startup setting

from the tree.

Select the

Communication

Tab in the right figure.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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8

The

Communication module select

Field is displayed. Select

EtherNet/IP

from the Fieldbus pull-down list.

Check that the EtherNet/IP is selected in the

Fieldbus

Field.

Click the

Apply

Button. Click the

Close

Button to close the

System Settings Window.

*After the data set in the System

Settings Window are saved and then the FZ5 Sensor

Controller is restarted as shown on the right, the settings become enabled.

9

Select

Data save

from the

Function Menu.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

15

10

The Data save Dialog Box is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

11

Select

System restart

from the

Function Menu.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

12

The System restart Dialog Box is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

13

After restarting, select

System

Settings

from the Tool Menu.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

14

Select

System Settings

-

Communication

-

Ethernet(Normal(UDP))

from the tree.

15

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Select the

Use the following IP address

Option for the

Address setting 2

Field and set the following values.

IP address:

192.168.250.2

Subnet mask:

255.255.255.0

After setting, click the

Apply

Button.

*To change a value, click the

Button which is in the right of each octet of IP address. The numeric keyboard is displayed.

Enter values using the mouse.

After entering the values, click the

OK

Button on the numeric keyboard.

*How to change values

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16

Select

System Settings

-

Communication

-

Ethernet/IP

from the tree.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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The Setting Tab is displayed.

Check the following values.

Output control:

Handshaking

Timeout [s]:

10.0

Click the

Close

Button to close the System Settings Window.

18

In the same way as steps 9 and

10, select

Data save

from the

Function Menu.

19

In the same way as steps 11 and

12, select

System restart

from the Function Menu.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.3. Setting up the PLC

Set up the PLC.

7.3.1. Hardware Settings

Set the hardware switches on the Ethernet/IP Unit and wire the network.

Precautions for Correct Use

Make sure that the power supply is OFF when you perform the setting up.

1

Make sure that the power supply to the PLC and the Switching hub is OFF.

*If the power supply is turned

ON, settings may not be applicable as described in the following procedure.

2

Check the positions of the hardware switches on the front of the EtherNet/IP Unit by referring to the right figure.

3

Set the Unit number setting switch to

0

.

The unit number is used to identify individual CPU Bus Units when more than one CPU Bus Unit is mounted to the same PLC. Use a small screwdriver to make the setting, taking care not to damage the rotary switch. The unit number is factory-set to 0.

4

Set the Node address setting switches to the following default settings.

NODE No.x16

1

:

0

NODE No.x16

0

:

1

*Set the IP address to

192.168.250.1

.

*By default, the first to third octets of the local IP address are fixed to 192.168.250. The fourth octet is the values that are set with the Node address setting switches.

With the FINS communications service, when there are multiple

EtherNet/IP Units connected to the Ethernet network, the

EtherNet/IP Units are identified by node addresses. Use the node address switches to set the node address between 01 and FE hexadecimal (1 to 254 decimal).Do not set a number that has already been set for another node on the same network.

The left switch sets the sixteens digit (most significant digit) and the right switch sets the ones digit (least significant digit).The node address is factory set to 01.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

5

Connect the LAN cable to the

EtherNet/IP port of the PLC, and connect the USB cable to the

USB port. Connect the Personal computer, Switching Hub, and

PLC as shown in

5.2. Device

Configuration

.

6

Turn ON the power supply to the

PLC and Switching hub.

7

The set IP address is displayed on the seven-segment LED indicators. Afterwards, the last digit of the IP address is displayed in hexadecimal during normal operation.

Personal computer

USB cable

PLC

Power Supply Unit

Switching hub

LAN cable

CPU Unit

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.3.2. Starting the CX-Programmer and Connecting Online with the PLC

Start the CX-Programmer and connect online with the PLC.

Install the CX-One and USB driver in the Personal computer beforehand.

1

Start the CX-Programmer.

*If a confirmation dialog for an access right is displayed at start, execute a selection to start.

2

The CX-Programmer starts.

3

Select

Auto Online

-

Direct

Online

from the PLC Menu.

4

The Direct Online Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

USB connection

Option for

Connection Type.

Click the

Connect

Button.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

5

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Check the contents and click the

No

Button.

6

The dialog box on the right is displayed, and the

CX-Programmer and the PLC are automatically connected.

7

Confirm that the

CX-Programmer and the PLC are normally connected online.

*The icon is pressed down during online connection.

Additional Information

If an online connection cannot be made to the PLC, check the cable connection.

Or, return to step 1, check the settings and repeat each step.

For details, refer to

Connecting Directly to a CJ2 CPU Unit Using a USB Cable

in

Chapter 3

Communications

in

PART 3: CX-Server Runtime

of the

CX-Programmer Operation Manual

(Cat. No. W446).

Additional Information

The dialog boxes explained in the following procedures may not be displayed depending on the environmental setting of CX-Programmer.

For details on the environmental setting, refer to

Options and Preferences

in

Chapter 3

Project Reference

in

PART 1: CX-Programmer

of the

CX-Programmer Operation Manual

(Cat. No. W446). This document explains the setting procedure when the Confirm all operations affecting the

PLC

Check Box is selected.

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7.3.3. Creating the I/O Table and setting the IP Addresses

Create the I/O table and set the IP address of the PLC.

1

If the operating mode of the PLC is

Run Mode or Monitor Mode, change it to Program Mode by following the steps below.

(1)Select

Operating Mode

-

Program

from the PLC Menu of the CX-Programmer.

(2)The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

*Refer to

Additional Information

on the previous page for the settings concerning the dialog display.

(3)Confirm that Stop/Program Mode is displayed on the right of the

PLC model in the project workspace of the

CX-Programmer.

2

Select

Edit

-

I/O Table and Unit

Setup

from the PLC Menu of the

CX-Programmer.

The PLC IO Table Window is displayed.

(Project workspace)

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Precautions for Correct Use

The PLC will be reset after creating and transferring the I/O table in step 3 and subsequent steps. Always confirm safety before creating and transferring the I/O table.

3

Select

Create

from the Options

Menu of the PLC IO Table

Window.

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

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4

The Transfer from PLC Dialog

Box is displayed. Select the

I/O

Table

Check Box and the

SIO Unit

Parameters

Check Box, and click the

Transfer

Button.

When the transfer is completed, the Transfer Results Dialog Box is displayed.

Confirm that the transfer was normally executed by referring to the message in the dialog box.

When the I/O table is created normally, the dialog box displays as follows:

Transfer Success: 1 Unit

Transfer Unsuccessful: 0 Unit

Click the

OK

Button.

5

On the PLC IO Table Window, click

+

to the left of Built-in

Port/Inner Board to display

CJ2M-EIP21.

*The right figure displays the CPU

Unit (Built-in EtherNet/IP port) specified in

5.2. Device

Configuration

. If you use other applicable EtherNet/IP Units, the display position and name are different from this figure.

Right-click

CJ2M-EIP21

and select

Unit Setup

.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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6

The Edit Parameters Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

TCP/IP

Tab.

Make the following settings in the

IP Address

Field.

Use the following address:

Select

IP Address:

192.168.250.1

Sub-net Mask:

255.255.255.0

Click the

Transfer[PC to Unit]

Button.

7

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

Confirm that a message stating

"Transfer successful" is displayed, and click the

Close

Button.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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8

A confirmation dialog box is displayed. Check the contents and click the

Yes

Button.

When the Unit is restarted, the dialog box on the right is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

9

Click the

Compare

Button to confirm that the IP address is correctly changed.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

10

Confirm that a message stating

"Compare successful" is displayed, and click the

Close

Button.

11

Click the

OK

Button on the Edit

Parameters Dialog Box.

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7.4. Setting up the Network

Set the tag data links for the EtherNet/IP.

7.4.1. Starting the Network Configurator and Connecting Online with the PLC

Start the Network Configurator and connect online with the PLC.

1

Right-click

CJ2M-EIP21

on the

PLC IO Table Window, and select

Start Special

Application

-

Start with

Settings Inherited

.

The Select Special Application

Dialog Box is displayed. Select

Network Configurator

and click the

OK

Button.

2

Network Configurator is started.

The following panes are displayed in this window.

Left: Hardware List

Right: Network Configuration Pane

Hardware List

Network Configuration Pane

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

Precautions for Correct Use

Confirm that the LAN cable is connected before taking the following procedure.

When it is not connected, turn OFF the power supply to each device and then connect the

LAN cable.

3

Select

Select Interface

-

CJ2

USB/Serial Port

from the

Option Menu.

4

Select

Connect

from the

Network Menu.

5

The Setup Interface Dialog Box is displayed,

Confirm that the following settings are made.

Port Type: USB

Port: OMR0

Baud Rate: 115200 Bit/s

Click the

OK

Button.

6

The Select Connect Network

Port Dialog Box is displayed.

Select

Back Plane

-

CJ2M-EIP21

TCP:2

.

Click the

OK

Button.

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7

The Select Connected Network

Dialog Box is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

8

When an online connection is established normally, the color of the icon on the figure changes to blue.

Additional Information

If an online connection cannot be made to the PLC, check the cable connection.

Or, return to step 3, check the settings and repeat each step.

For details, refer to

6-2-9 Connecting the Network Configurator to the Network

in

Section 6.

Tag Data Link Functions

of the

EtherNet/IP

TM

Units Operation Manual

(Cat. No. W465).

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7.4.2. Uploading the Network Configuration

Upload the network configuration.

1

Select

Upload

from the Network

Menu to upload the device information on the network.

2

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

3

The Target Device Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

192.168.250.1

Check Box and the

192.168.250.2

Check Box.

Click the

OK

Button.

*If 192.168.250.1 and

192.168.250.2 are not displayed on the dialog box, click the

Add

Button to add the addresses.

*The displayed addresses depend on the status of the

Network Configurator.

4

The device parameters are uploaded. When uploading is completed, the dialog box on the right is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

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5

After uploading, confirm that the

IP addresses of uploaded nodes are updated on the Network

Configuration Pane as follows:

IP address of node 1:

192.168.250.1

IP address of node 2:

192.168.250.2

*The FZ5 Sensor Controller Icon is displayed as the FZ Series device.

6

Right-click the node 2 device and select

Parameter

-

Edit

.

7

The Edit Device Parameters

Dialog Box is displayed. Check that the following values are set, and click the

OK

Button.

Input Size: 48

Output Size: 20

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.4.3. Setting the Tags

Register the tags of the send area and receive area.

This section explains the receive settings and send settings of the target device in order.

1

On the Network Configuration

Pane of the Network

Configurator, right-click the node

1 device and select

Parameter

-

Edit

.

2

The Edit Device Parameters

Dialog Box is displayed.

Select the

Tag Sets

Tab.

3

The data on the Tag Sets Tab is displayed. Select the

In-Consume

Tab and click the

Edit Tags

Button.

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4

The Edit Tags Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

In -

Consume

Tab and click the

New

Button.

Here, register an area where node 1 receives data from node

2.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

5

The Edit Tag Dialog Box is displayed. Enter the following values in the parameters.

Name:

D10100

(Start address of the input data to node 1)

Size:

48

(bytes)

After entering, click the

Regist

Button.

6

The Edit Tag Dialog Box is displayed again. Click the

Close

Button.

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7

Select the

Out - Produce

Tab, and then click the

New

Button.

Here, register the data sent from node 1 to node 2.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

8

The Edit Tag Dialog Box is displayed. Enter the following values in the parameters.

Name:

D10000

(Start address of the output data from node

1)

Size:

20

(bytes)

After entering, click the

Regist

Button.

9

The Edit Tag Dialog Box is displayed again. Click the

Close

Button.

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10

When you finish the registration, click the

OK

Button on the Edit

Tags Dialog Box.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

11

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

12

The Edit Device Parameters

Dialog Box is displayed again.

Select the

Connections

Tab.

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7.4.4. Setting the Connections

Associate the tags of the target device (that receives the open request) with the tags of the originator device (that requests opening).

1

Select

192.168.250.2

in the

Unregister Device List

Field.

Click the

Down Arrow

Button that is shown in the dialog box.

2

192.168.250.2 is registered in the

Register Device List

Field.

Select

192.168.250.2

and click the

New

Button.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

3

The Edit Connection Dialog Box is displayed. Select

Consume

Data From/Produce Data To

from the Connection I/O Type pull-down list.

Set the values listed in the following table to the

Originator

Device

Field and the

Target

Device

Field.

Settings of connection allocation

Connection allocation

Connection I/O Type

Originator Device Input Tag Set

Connection Type

Target Device

Output Tag Set

Connection Type

Output Tag Set

Input Tag Set

4

Confirm that the settings are correct, and click the

Show

Detail

Button.

Set value

Consume Data From / Produce Data To

D10100-[48 Byte]

Point to Point connection

D10000-[20 Byte]

Point to Point connection

Input_101-[48 Byte]

Output_100-[20 Byte]

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

5

The

Detail parameter

Field is displayed.

Set the following values.

Packet Interval (RPI):

50.0

ms

Timeout Value:

Packet Interval

(RPI) x 4

The same dialog box as step 4 is displayed again if you click the

Hide Detail

Button.

Precautions for Correct Use

Set RPI to 4ms or longer for the FZ5 Sensor Controller.

Precautions for Correct Use

When the measurement interval is short, the measurement processing load is high, or command processing for operations such as scene group changing is time-consuming, the

FZ5 Sensor Controller prioritizes measurement and control processing over communication processing. As a result, communication between an external device and the FZ5 Sensor

Controller may be temporarily interrupted, and a communication error may occur.

In this case, set the Timeout Value as shown below.

Packet Interval (RPI value) × Timeout Value > FZ5 Sensor Controller’s processing time

For details on the Timeout Value of the FZ5 Sensor Controller, refer to

EtherNet/IP

Communications

in

Communicating with EtherNet/IP

in

Section 2. Methods for Connecting and Communicating with External Devices

of the

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision

System User’s Manual for Communications Settings

(Cat. No. Z342).

6

Click the

Regist

Button.

7

The Edit Connection Dialog Box is displayed again. Click the

Close

Button.

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8

The Edit Device Parameters

Dialog Box is displayed again.

Click the

OK

Button.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

9

When the connection setting is completed, the registered node address is displayed under the device icon of node 2 on the

Network Configuration Pane.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.4.5. Transferring the Tag Data Link Parameters

Transfer the set tag data link parameters to the PLC.

1

Right-click the device icon of node 1 on the Network

Configuration Pane and select

Parameter

-

Download

.

2

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button.

3

The tag data link parameters are downloaded from Network

Configurator to the PLC.

4

The dialog box on the right is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

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7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

7.5. Checking the EtherNet/IP Communications

Confirm that the EtherNet/IP tag data links are operated normally.

7.5.1. Checking the Connection Status

Check the connection status of EtherNet/IP.

1

Confirm that the EtherNet/IP tag data links are operated normally by checking the LED indicators of the

PLC (EtherNet/IP Unit).

The LED indicators in normal status are as follows:

MS: Green lit

NS: Green lit

COMM: Yellow lit

100M or 10M: Yellow lit

2

Confirm that the tag data links are normally in operation by checking the status information on the

Monitor Device Window of the

Network Configurator.

Right-click the device icon of node 1 on the Network Configuration Pane and select

Monitor

.

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3

The dialog box on the right displays the Status 1 Tab Page of the

Monitor Device Dialog Box.

When the same check boxes are selected as shown on the right, the tag data links are normally in operation.

Click the

Close

Button.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

Number: Node number

Blue: Connection normal

4

Select

Disconnect

from the

Network Menu to go offline.

5

The color of the icon on the figure changes from blue to gray.

6

Select

Exit

from the File Menu to exit the Network Configurator.

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7.5.2. Checking the Sent and Received Data

Confirm that the correct data are sent and received.

If the PLC memory is changed by malfunction during monitoring power flow and present value status in the Ladder Section window or monitoring present values in the Watch window, the connected devices may malfunction, regardless of the operating mode of the CPU Unit.

Confirm safety sufficiently before monitoring power flow and present value status in the Ladder Section window or before monitoring present values in the

Watch window.

1

Confirm that the PLC is in

Stop/Program Mode.

*If the PLC is not in Stop/Program

Mode, change to Stop/Program

Mode by referring to step 1 of

7.3.3. Creating the I/O Table and setting IP Addresses

.

2

Select

Edit

-

Memory

from the PLC

Menu.

3

The PLC Memory Window is displayed. Double-click

D

from the list in the PLC Memory Window.

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4

Select

Display

-

Binary

from the

View Menu.

5

Select

Monitor

from the Online

Menu.

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

6

The Monitor Memory Areas Dialog

Box is displayed. Confirm that the

D

Check Box is selected and click the

Monitor

Button.

7

Enter

10000

in the

Start Address

Field in the D Window.

Confirm that the start address changes to D10000.

8

Select bits 12 and 4 of D10002 and bit 4 of D10003, and then click the

On

Button. (After turning them ON, the values change to 1.)

Then, turn ON bit 0 of D10000.

*D10002 and D10003 are an area for a command code and contain

00101010(Hex) (Measurement command).

Bit 0 of D10000 is a command execution (EXE) flag.

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9

After completing the measurement,

OK is displayed on the Monitor.

10

Enter

10100

in the

Start Address

Field in the D Window.

Confirm that the start address changes to D10100.

11

Confirm that values of D10100 to

D10105 are set as shown below.

D10100:bit15(ERR): 0

D10103/D10102 (command code):0010/1010:

Setting data in step 8

D10105/D10104 (response code):0000/0000: Normal end

7. EtherNet/IP Connection Procedure

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8. Initialization Method

8. Initialization Method

This document provides the explanation of the setting procedure based on the factory default setting.

Some settings may not be applicable as described in this document unless you use the devices with the factory default setting.

8.1. Initializing the PLC

To initialize the settings of the PLC, it is necessary to initialize the CPU Unit and EtherNet/IP

Unit. Change the PLC to Program mode before the initialization.

8.1.1. EtherNet/IP Unit

(1) Select

Edit

-

I/O Table and Unit Setup

from the PLC Menu of the CX-Programmer.

Right-click the EtherNet/IP Unit on the PLC IO Table Window and select

Unit Setup

from the menu.

(2) Click the

Restart

Button on the Edit Parameters Dialog Box.

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8. Initialization Method

(3) A confirmation dialog box on the right is displayed. Confirm that there is no problem and click the

Yes

Button. Next, the Restart Unit Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

Return to out-of-box configuration, and then emulate cycling power

Option, and click the

OK

Button.

A dialog box indicating the execution is completed is displayed. Check the contents and click the

OK

Button.

8.1.2. CPU Unit

To initialize the settings of the CPU Unit, select

Clear All Memory Areas

from the PLC Menu of the CX-Programmer. The Confirm All Memory Area Clear Dialog Box is displayed. Select the

Initialize

Option and click the

OK

Button.

8.2. Initializing the FZ5 Sensor Controller

For information on how to initialize the FZ5 Sensor Controller, refer to

Initializing the Controller

in

Section 1. Before Operation

of the

Vision Sensor FH/FZ5 Series Vision System User’s

Manual

(Cat. No. Z340).

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9. Revision History

9. Revision History

Revision code

01

02

Date of revision

December 20, 2013

March 19, 2015

Revision reason and revision page

First edition

Screens changed due to the upgraded version of FZ5 Sensor

Controller.

Connection settings for both input and output revised to Point to Point connection. (

Section 6.1.2.

added, figures in steps 3 to 5 in

7.4.4.

revised)

Setting up Output control to Handshaking recommended.

(items and information in

Section 6.1.1.

added, steps 16 to 18 in

Section 7.2.1.

added, Precautions after step 5 in

Section

7.7.4.

added)

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