Users Manual For PUMCL

Users Manual For PUMCL
User’s Manual
MULTI-LOOP MODULE TYPE
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
<Enhanced Communication
Module (CC-Link)>
TYPE: PUMCL
PWR
4 5 6
L.ERR
LOADER
4 5 6
7 8
x1
9 0 1
2 3
SD
RD
PUM-C
9 0 1
L.RUN
STATION No.
7 8
x10
2 3
BUS
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Please Read First (Safety Warnings)
Please read this section thoroughly before using and observe
the mentioned safety warnings fully.
Safety warnings are categorized as “Warning” or “Caution”.
Caution
Improper use of the equipment may result in death or
serious injuries.
Warning
Improper use of the equipment may cause injury to
the user or property damage.
Power
SLD/FG Terminal
(CC-Link connecting terminal)
Loader communication
CC-Link communication
Functional insulation (AC1000V)
Functional insulation (AC500V)
Functional insulation (AC50V)
• In cases where damage or problems with this equipment
may lead to serious accidents, install appropriate external
protective circuits.
• To prevent damage and failure of the equipment, provide
the rated power voltage.
Warning
• To prevent electric shock and equipment failure, do not turn
the power ON until all wiring is complete.
Installation and Wiring
● This equipment is intended to be used under the following
conditions.
-10 to 50 degree C
Ambient humidity
90% RH or below (with no condensation)
Vibration
10 to 70Hz less than 9.8m/s² (1G)
Warm-up time
30 min. or more
Installation category
IEC1010-1: class II
Pollution level
IEC1010-1: degree 2
so risks shock or equipment errors.
• Never disassemble, convert, modify or repair this equipment.
Doing so risks abnormal operation, shock or fire.
Maintenance
● Between the temperature sensor and the location where the
voltage reaches or generates the values described below,
secure clearance space and creepage distance as shown
in the table below.
If such space cannot be secured, the EN61010 safety
compliance may become invalid.
Clearance
Space [mm]
has been secured to prevent shock or fire.
• Do not touch the terminal while the machine is ON. Doing
Ambient temperature
Voltage used or generated by
any assemblies
• Before turning the power ON, confirm that clearance space
Creepage Space
[mm]
Up to 50 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.2
Up to 100 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.4
Up to 150 Vrms or Vdc
0.5
1.6
Up to 300 Vrms or Vdc
1.5
3.0
Above 300 Vrms or Vdc
Please consult our distributor
● For the above, if voltage exceeds 50Vdc (called danger
voltage), basic insulation is required between the earth and
all terminals of the equipment.
Note that the insulation class for this equipment is as
follows. Before installing, please confirm that the insulation
class for equipment meets usage requirements.
• When installing or removing the equipment, turn the power
OFF. Otherwise, shock, operational errors or failures may
be caused.
• Periodic maintenance is recommended for continuous and
safe use of this equipment.
• Some parts installed on this equipment have a limited life
and/or may deteriorate with age.
• The warranty period for this unit (including accessories) is
one year, if the product is used properly.
Caution
Cautions when Installing
Please avoid installing in the following locations.
• Locations in which the ambient temperature falls outside
the range of 0 to 50 degrees C when equipment is in use.
• Locations in which the ambient humidity falls outside the
range of 45 to 85% RH when equipment is in use.
• Locations with rapid temperature changes, leading to dew
condensation.
• Locations with corrosive gases (especially sulfide gas,
ammonia, etc.) or flammable gases.
• Locations with vibration or shock directly.
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• Locations in contact with water, oil, chemicals, steam or hot
water.
(If the equipment gets wet, there is a risk of electric shock
or fire, so have it inspected by Fuji distributor.)
• Locations with high concentrations of atmospheric dust,
Error Operation
• The alarm function does not work properly when an error
occurs unless the settings are made correctly. Always
verify its setting before operation.
salt or iron particles.
• Locations with large inductive interference, resulting in
static electricity, magnetic fields or noise.
• Locations in direct sunlight.
• Locations that build up heat from radiant heat sources,
etc.
Others
• Please do not wipe the equipment with organic solvents
such as alcohol or benzene, etc. If wiping is necessary, use
a neutral cleaning agent.
• Do not use mobile phones near this equipment (within
Cautions when Mounting to Cabinets / DIN Rails
• In case of mounting the temperature controllers to DIN
rails, remember to push up the locking tabs to fasten the
controllers onto DIN rail.
• To connect controllers, first release all locking tabs. Then,
connect controllers and push up all locking tabs. Make
sure that all locking tabs are fastened.
• Never fail to turn the power OFF, before detaching the
50cm). Otherwise a malfunction may result.
• Malfunctions may occur if the equipment is used near a
radio, TV, or wireless device.
• This equipment requires approx. 20 seconds before it starts
to output.
• Before installing and wiring, take necessary measures for
electrostatic discharge (ESD).
• The power supply for this product is 24V DC. Please use
the power source of appropriate volume depending on the
terminal block or removing the main unit from the base
number of units you connect.
part.
Recommended power supply
• In order to aid heat dissipation, do not block the top and the
bottom of the equipment.
• When mounting / dismounting controllers to / from DIN
:
Cosel Electronics Co., Ltd. PBA Series
Omron Corporation S8VM Series
rails, 30mm of clearance above and under the controllers
should be provided.
Cautions for Wiring
• To comply with CE marking (EMC), we recommend to attach
ferrite core to communication cable and power cable.
• For wiring to the terminal block, apply crimp type terminals
size M3.
Use terminal screws in this product only.
Screw size: M3×7 (with square washer)
Screw tightening torque: 0.78N•m (8kgf•cm)
• To avoid the influence of inductive noise, input signal wires
should be separated from electric power lines or load
lines.
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Contents
Please Read First (Safety Warnings)… …………………… 3
Order of Controllers……………………………………… 3-10
Warning……………………………………………………… 3
3.4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)… ………………… 3-11
Installation and Wiring……………………………………… 3
Attaching Side Connecting Terminal Covers… ……… 3-11
Maintenance………………………………………………… 3
Attaching End Plates… ………………………………… 3-11
Caution……………………………………………………… 3
3.5 Mounting with Screws… ……………………………… 3-12
Cautions when Installing…………………………………… 3
3.6 Connection……………………………………………… 3-13
Cautions when Mounting to Cabinets / DIN Rails… …… 4
CC-Link connection……………………………………… 3-13
Cautions for Wiring… ……………………………………… 4
Connecting modules… ………………………………… 3-16
Error Operation……………………………………………… 4
Wiring for power supply… ……………………………… 3-17
Others……………………………………………………… 4
4 Enhanced Communication
1 Overview… ……………………………… 1-1
Function Setting… …………………… 4-1
1.1 Overview… …………………………………………… 1-3
4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting… ………………… 4-3
1.2 Model Code… ………………………………………… 1-4
CC-Link station number setting………………………… 4-3
Enhanced communication module… ………………… 1-4
CC-Link communication speed setting………………… 4-4
Accessories (Option)… ………………………………… 1-4
Number of stations occupied/Extended
1.3 Part Names and Functions…………………………… 1-5
cyclic setting……………………………………………… 4-5
External view……………………………………………… 1-5
Channel allocation… …………………………………… 4-6
Front terminal block……………………………………… 1-6
Main unit (Back face)… ………………………………… 1-8
5 Communication Devices… ………… 5-1
Base part… ……………………………………………… 1-10
5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and
PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)… ……… 5-3
2 System Configuration Example…… 2-1
Interface Overview… …………………………………… 5-3
2.1 System Configuration Example… …………………… 2-3
Remote Register… ……………………………………… 5-5
System configuration using the enhanced
communication module… ……………………………… 2-3
5.2 Data Handling Instructions… ………………………… 5-7
When the value has no decimal point… ……………… 5-7
When the value has a decimal point…………………… 5-7
3 Installation… …………………………… 3-1
When the value is minus………………………………… 5-7
3.1 Installation Procedure… ……………………………… 3-3
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output… ……………………… 5-8
PUM setting and installation… ………………………… 3-3
4 stations occupied ×1 setting… ……………………… 5-9
CC-Link master (PLC) setting… ……………………… 3-4
4 stations occupied ×2 setting… ……………………… 5-15
Trial Run… ……………………………………………… 3-4
4 stations occupied ×4 setting… ……………………… 5-24
3.2 Dimensions… ………………………………………… 3-5
5.4 List of Remote Register… …………………………… 5-39
Dimensions… …………………………………………… 3-5
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (8Ch allocation)… …… 5-40
3.3 Mounting to DIN rail…………………………………… 3-6
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (16Ch allocation)… … 5-42
How to Remove Front Terminal Block /
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (16Ch allocation)… … 5-43
Base Part from the Main Unit…………………………… 3-6
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (32Ch allocation)… … 5-45
Mounting to DIN Rails…………………………………… 3-8
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (32Ch allocation)… … 5-47
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4 stations occupied ×4 setting (64Ch allocation)… … 5-51
5.5 Extension Number Setting… ………………………… 5-55
When read out data (Extension number
configuration for display)………………………………… 5-55
When write data (Extension number
configuration for setting)………………………………… 5-55
5.6 List of Extension Numbers… ………………………… 5-57
Figure of extension numbers for CC-Link
communication module (0-511)………………………… 5-57
Figure of extension numbers for CC-Link
communication module (512-1023)… ………………… 5-62
Further notes on the data of extension
numbers list… …………………………………………… 5-69
5.7 CC-Link Flag Operation… …………………………… 5-76
Request for initialization when the power is on… …… 5-76
Error flag/Error reset… ………………………………… 5-77
Switch the extension number for display……………… 5-77
Switch the extension number for setting… …………… 5-78
Start AT (Example of Channel 1)… …………………… 5-78
5.8 Sample program… …………………………………… 5-79
6 Troubleshooting………………………… 6-1
6.1 Troubleshooting procedures… ……………………… 6-3
Index
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1 Overview
1.2
Model Code……………………………………… 1-4
1.3
Part Names and Functions…………………… 1-5
3 Installation
Overview… ………………………………………1-3
2 System Configuration Example
1.1
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
5 Communication Devices
6 Troubleshooting
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Overview
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1.1 Overview
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1.1 Overview
1.1 Overview
Enhanced communication module, PUMCL, is a module to perform communications with each company’s PLC, which is CC-Link
compliant.
• This PUMCL is used when you make up the temperature control system with the module-type temperature controller, PUM
series and to perform communications with using CC-Link.
• The communication functions comply with the MODBUS RTU just like the other modules of PUM series.
• Labor saving wiring ; with only one unit directly connected to power supply, all connected controllers are also connected to it
internally via side connectors.
9 0 1
4 5 6
7 8
2 3
Hereinafter, PUMCL will be referred to as “this equipment” or “enhanced communication module”.
Confirming accessories
Before using the product, please confirm that all of following accessories are included.
Description
Quantity
Temperature Controller Enhanced Communication Module
1 unit
Instruction manual (Installation)
1 copy
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1.2 Model Code
1.2 Model Code
Enhanced communication module
1
2
3
4
5
P U M
6
7
8
9
10
Y Y 1 - 0
C
L
A
B
Description
Module type
Enhanced communication module
Communication functions
CC-Link communication
Instruction manual
Japanese
English
Accessories (Option)
1
1-4
4
5
P U M Z
2
3
*
6
A
A
A
L
7
0
0
0
0
8
2
3
4
1
Description
DIN rail mounting endplate
Side connecting terminal cover (right & left 1set)
Front face screw terminal cover
Loader connecting cable (RS232C)
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
1.3 Part Names and Functions
External view
Main unit
4 5 6
L.ERR
Base part
LOADER
4 5 6
7 8
x1
9 0 1
SD
RD
PUM-C
9 0 1
L.RUN
STATION No.
7 8
x10
2 3
BUS
2 3
PWR
Front terminal block
Front terminal block
The front terminal block is equipped with loader communication port, CC-Link station No. configuration switch, and LED indicator
lamps.
• Removable from the main body without tools in seconds.
Main unit
The main unit is the controller with circuit for CC-Link communications.
• The main unit can be removed from the base part without tools in seconds.
• The main unit is equipped with the CC-Link communication speed configuration switch and number of stations occupied/extended cyclic configuration switch on the back face (on the side of base part).
Base part
The base part incorporates power terminal, connectors for connecting modules laterally, and the structure for mounting modules
onto a DIN-rail.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Front terminal block
LED indicators
5 6
4
L.ERR
Loader communication port
LOADER
7 8
x1
4
5 6
9 0 1
SD
RD
PUM-C
2 3
L.RUN
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
CC-Link St. No. configuration switch
High-order digit
(Set value ×10)
Low-order digit
(Set value ×1)
Setting range: 1 to 61 (Factory set value=0)
LED indicators
LED lamps indicate the operation status below.
LED
Green
Red
Orange
PWR
(Order of priority)
OFF: Power OFF
Green blinking (0.4-sec interspace):
1)No unit detected by initial
polling
2)Inter-module communication
error occurred after initial polling
Green blinking (0.1-sec interspace):
During initial polling
Green lamp ON: In operation
―
―
BUS
On: In reception of inter-module
communications
―
In transmit of inter-module communications
L.RUN
ON: In execution of data link
OFF: In reset H/W or data link has
unexecuted
―
―
Communication error (CRC
error, St. No. setting error,
communication speed setting
error)
OFF: In normal reception or reset
H/W
Blinking:Set the switches when the
power is on
―
ON:
L.ERR
―
SD
ON: In transmit of CC-Link data
―
―
RD
ON: In reception of CC-Link data
―
―
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Loader communication port
Loader communication port is an interface to connect PUM with a PC with parameter loader software installed using an optional
loader connecting cable.
CC-Link station number configuration switch
Set the CC-Link station numbers (1 to 61) for this equipment.
Note
• CC-Link communications is not available when the station number is 0 (Factory set value). Make sure to set the station
number.
• Station number selection error occurs and the red L.ERR indicator lamp will ON, if you set the value of “0“or larger than “62”.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Main unit (Back face)
(Right)
90 1
456
1 2 3 4 5 6
23
78
(Left)
CC-Link communication
speed setting
Number of stations occupied/
Extended cyclic setting
CC-Link communication speed setting switch
Configure communication speed for CC-Link by the station number configuration switch.
Communication speed and maximum transmission distance (when using a ver.1.10 compliant CC-Link special cable)
Communication speed setting
Communication speed
Maximum transmission distance
(Max. length of network)
0
156kbps
1200m
1
625kbps
900m
2
2.5Mbps
400m
3
5Mbps
160m
4
10Mbps
100m
Note
If “5” to “9” is selected, communication speed selection error occurs and the red LED lamp,“L.ERR”, will turn on.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Number of stations occupied/Extended cyclic setting switch
Number of stations occupied and extended cyclic can be set by DIP switch.
Number of stations occupied / Extended cyclic setting
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
Number of stations occupied/Extended cyclic setting
(Number of channels)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4 stations occupied ×1 (8Ch)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
4 stations occupied ×1 (16Ch)
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
4 stations occupied ×2 (16Ch)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
4 stations occupied ×2 (32Ch)
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
4 stations occupied ×4 (32Ch)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
4 stations occupied ×4 (64Ch)
Compliant
version
Ver.1
Ver.2
Note
“4 stations occupied ×1(8 Ch)”will be set, if the setting other than the table above is set to DIP switch.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Base part
Mounting screw hole
Module connector
Module connector
Power terminal block
Mounting screw hole
Locking tab
Module connector
Module connectors connect controllers laterally.
Power terminal block
Power terminal block connects to the power supply of module.
If any one of connected controllers is directly connected with power supply, power will be provided to all of controllers via side
connectors.
Locking tab
Locking tab fastens a controller onto DIN rail when mounting controllers to a DIN rail. Locking tabs also fasten controllers each
other.
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1 Overview
3 Installation
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
5 Communication Devices
6 Troubleshooting
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System Configuration Example ..................2-3
2.1
2 System Configuration Example
2
System Configuration
Example
2.1 System Configuration Example
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2.1 System Configuration Example
2.1 System Configuration Example
The followings are examples of a temperature controller system added this equipment to multi-loop module type temperature
controller PUM series.
System configuration using the enhanced communication module
• By adding the enhanced communication module to the system, communication with each company's PLC via CC-Link is available.
Control module+ Analog I/O module
(Total max. 16 units)
Event I/O module
(Total max.16 units)
Loader connecting cable
(Connect with Master
controller)
Enhanced
communication
(PUM parameter loader)
module
WindowsPC
Internal
communications
CC-Link
Each company’s PLC
Loader connecting cable also can be connected to each controller.
(Communication only with directly connected controller.)
Point
• Station number of the control/analog I/O module (1 to 16)
In order to perform communication correctly, station number setting is required. Set the leftmost controller to "1". Number the
rest of controllers consecutively as "2", "3", ....."16". Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
• Station number of event I/O module (17 to 32)
The station number of event I/O module must start with "17". Number the rest of controllers consecutively as "18", "19", ....."32".
Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
Basic setting items
In case of this example, the following settings are required.
 Station number setting 3-10
 RS-485 communication setting Control module user's manual
 CC-Link communication setting 4-3
Point
In order to use an enhanced communication module, set the enhance communication module communication permission for the
control module, analog I/O module, and event I/O module to "1: PUMCL connected (RS-485 Disable)".
Note
Only PUMA/B (control module) can be accessed from the host PLC via CC-Link communication.
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2.1 System Configuration Example
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1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
3
Installation
3.2
Dimensions………………………………………3-5
3.3
Mounting to DIN rail… …………………………3-6
3.4
Attaching Accessories (Optional)………… 3-11
3.5
Mounting with Screws……………………… 3-12
3.6
Connection… ………………………………… 3-13
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
Installation Procedure… ……………………… 3-3
3 Installation
3.1
5 Communication Devices
6 Troubleshooting
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3.1 Installation Procedure
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3.1 Installation Procedure
3.1 Installation Procedure
The procedures from installation to startup via PUM parameter loader software are shown below.
Then, the procedures of communication setting of host equipment and trial run are shown.
PUM setting and installation
• Communication permission for the enhanced communication module should be set to “Connected” on the all modules of the
system.
• If connected PUM parameter loader to the master module, other module’s setting can also be made at the same time.
• Setting of the station number (CC-Link station number) for the enhanced communication module is necessary.
1
Installation
Confirming installations.
vExternal dimensions
3-5
Decide installation method.
2
vDIN-rail mounting
3-8
vMounting with screws
3-12
vConnecting modules laterally
3-9
3
Wiring
vConnect PC on which PUM parameter loader software is installed with
a control module set as the master
by using a loader connecting cable.
Please do not turn the power ON
until all wiring is completed.
vPower
3-17
vFront terminals
3-15
Preparing loader software
vStart the PUM parameter loader soft.
See “PUM parameter loader”
4
5
Control module setting
vStation number setting for intermodule communications
vMaster/slave setting for intermodule communications
vOperation/communication parameter setting
Hardware setting
vCC-Link station number setting
4-3
vCC-Link communication speed
setting
4-4
vNumber of stations occupied /
extended cyclic setting
7
Setting of operation/communication
parameter of analog I/O module or
event I/O module.
* Always set the communication
permission for communication
module to “connected”.
See User’s manual for each
module
See ”Control module user’s
manual”
6
Each module setting
4-5
PLC setting
Setting PLC.
vCC-Link station number setting (hard)
vCC-Link communication speed setting (hard)
vNumber of stations occupied / extended cyclic setting (soft)
See “Mitsubishi Electric Corporation user’s manual related to CC-Link”
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3.1 Installation Procedure
CC-Link master (PLC) setting
• Setting of the host equipment (PLC) and this equipment should be the same in order to perform communication.
• Turn OFF the each module’s power when wiring.
1
Wiring for communication line
Please do not turn on the power of PLC and each module
until all wiring is completed.
For wiring of communication lines, refer to “3.6 Connection”.
2
3-13
Preparation of communication
Preparing PC on which is installed the sequencer design
/maintenance tool and a project (communication program).
3
Communication port setting
4
Communication conditions setting
Set the followings.
 CC-Link station number setting (hard)
 CC-Link communication speed setting (hard)
 Number of stations occupied/ extended cyclic setting (soft)
 and  should be the same as both of PLC and module.
5
Power ON
Turn on the power after completion of wiring.
6
Loading project
Open the project with the design tool, and then load to PLC.
Trial Run
Control trial
Check that the system can control the objects correctly.
1
Check operations at manual mode
Start the unit at manual mode to check if the objects being
controlled are operating correctly.
2
See “Control module user’s manual”
Trial run
vExecute auto tuning
See “Control module user’s manual”
vPerform a trial run
Modify the parameter setting if necessary based on the result.
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3.2 Dimensions
3.2 Dimensions
Dimensions
Refer to the dimensions shown below and provide enough clearance space when install controllers.
Front screw terminal cover
(optional)
Terminal block
(when detached
from the
main unit)
30
STATION No.
x10
7 8
5 6
4
5 6
4
2 3
6
100
RD
LOADER
x1
9 0 1
1.5
7 8
50
L.ERR
SD
PUM-C
9 0 1
BUS
Base part
(when detached from the main unit)
85
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
(10)
6.1
DIN rail
Terminal
screw size M3
(30)
(8)
5
Terminal
screw
size M3
Main unit (when detached from the base part)
unit (mm)
When locking tab is released
(when mounting / dismounting to / from DIN rails)
Cautions when mounting
30 or more
30 or more
In order to aid heat dissipation, 30mm of clearance (50mm recommended) above and under the controllers should be provided.
(mm)
Point
When mounting / dismounting controllers to / from DIN rails, 30mm of clearance above and under the controllers should be
provided.
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3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
How to Remove Front Terminal Block / Base Part from the Main Unit
Front terminal block and base part of this equipment are removable from the main unit without tools in seconds, which enables
easy mounting and maintenance.
How to remove front terminal block
1. Press the lock lever on the top of the main unit.
Lock lever
2. Pull down the front terminal block.
3. Detach the cutout on the lower end of the front terminal
block from the projection on the main unit.
Front terminal block
Point
• When attaching the front terminal block to the main unit,
take the reverse procedure to remove the front terminal
block from the main unit.
• Make sure that the lock lever of the main unit is fitted into
Main unit
the front terminal block.
Main unit
Projection
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3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
How to remove base part
1. Press the lock lever on the top of the main unit.
Lock lever
2. Pull down the upper part of main unit.
3. Detach the cutout on the lower end of back of main unit
from the projection on the base part.
Point
• When attaching the base part to the main unit, take the reverse procedure to removing the base part from the main
Base part
unit.
• Make sure that the lock lever of the main unit is fitted into
the base part.
Main unit
ベース部
Main unit
Projection
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3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
Mounting to DIN Rails
Mount controllers
1. Pull down the locking tab of the base part.
Hook the back of the controller onto the upper part of DIN
rail.
2. Push the controller in the direction of arrow 2.
Hook the back
of controller
DIN rail
2
Locking tab
3. Push up the locking tab to fasten the controller onto DIN
rail.
Point
When connecting controllers after mounting to DIN rail, push
up the locking tab after doing so.
3
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3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
Connecting controllers
1. Check that locking tabs are pulled down (released).
x1
5 6
STATION
OUT3
OUT4
345
7 8 9A
4
LOADER
OUT2
F012
7 8
PUM-A
COM
6
2 3
SD
PWR
OUT1
E
5 6
4
L.ERR
RD
LOADER
9 0 1
tors.
PUM-C
BCD
2. Connect controllers with each other using side connec-
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
Side connector
Locking tab
3. After mounting connected controllers onto DIN rail, make
sure to push up all locking tabs. Controllers are fastened
PWR
PUM-A
COM
LOADER
OUT2
OUT3
STATION
345
OUT3
OUT4
STATION
345
7 8 9A
OUT4
E
OUT2
F012
OUT1
6
5 6
LOADER
7 8 9A
4
PUM-A
COM
F012
x1
PWR
OUT1
6
2 3
4. All connected controllers are connected to power supply
7 8
9 0 1
SD
RD
LOADER
E
5 6
4
L.ERR
PUM-C
BCD
STATION No.
x10
7 8
BCD
BUS
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
9 0 1
to DIN rail and to each other.
via side connectors if one of controllers is directly connected to them.
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3.3 Mounting to DIN rail
Order of Controllers
PUM series module type temperature controllers should be connected in the order shown below.
Enhanced communication
module
Control module + Analog input/output module
OUT2
OUT3
345
No.1(master) No.2 .......... No.16(maximum)
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
345
No. 17
7 8 9A
OUT4
STATION
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
COM
6
5 6
PWR
LOADER
7 8 9A
4
PUM-A
COM
6
2 3
No. 128
PWR
E
x1
Slave
OUT1
F012
7 8
9 0 1
SD
LOADER
E
5 6
4
L.ERR
RD
PUM-C
BCD
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
Event input/output module
BCD
Control module
(master)
No. 18 .......... No.32(maximum)
Station number
Point
Enhanced communication module should be placed on the left end.
• Enhanced communication module should be placed on the left side of the master control module. It means enhanced communication module is always placed on the left end.
Basically, connect modules in order of the station number from the left.
• Assign station numbers 1 to 16 to control module and analog input/output module. Maximum 16units in total can be connected. Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
• When setting slave or master, set the control module of station No.1 as the master controller. The master controller should be
on the extreme left if an enhanced communication module is not used.
• Assign station numbers 17 to 32 to event input/output module. Maximum 16units can be connected. Make sure that there is
no duplicate station number in the same system.
Note
Only PUMA/B (control module) can be accessed from the host PLC via CC-Link communication.
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3.4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)
3.4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)
Attaching Side Connecting Terminal Covers
Side connectors on the both ends of connected controllers are
PUM-E
PWR
LOADER
COM
STATION
345
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
F012
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
345
E
F012
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
COM
E
PWR
LOADER
345
7 8 9A
F012
PUM-E
STATION
6
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
7 8 9A
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
6
OUT4
E
5 6
COM
345
7 8 9A
5 6
PWR
LOADER
STATION
OUT3
BCD
4
2 3
OUT2
6
4
PUM-A
COM
OUT1
E
PWR
LOADER
7 8 9A
2 3
RD
PUM-C
x1
6
the ends of the rightmost and leftmost controllers.
7 8
BCD
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
SD
9 0 1
BUS
L.ERR
BCD
PWR
L.RUN
BCD
exposed. To prevent accidents and to protect them, we recommend to attach side connecting terminal covers (PUMZ*A03) to
Side connecting terminal covers
(right and left 1set)
Attaching End Plates
In order to secure controllers onto DIN rail more tightly, end
PWR
LOADER
COM
2
3456
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
PWR
LOADER
COM
STATION
2
3456
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
DIN rail mounting
end plate
STATION
2
3456
F01
PUM-E
STATION
F01
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
789
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
789
OUT4
345
F01
COM
F012
5 6
4
PWR
LOADER
STATION
E
OUT3
789
2 3
5 6
PUM-A
COM
OUT2
7 8 9A
4
PWR
OUT1
BCD
LOADER
BCDE
PUM-C
A
x1
6
2 3
RD
7 8
BCDE
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
SD
A
BUS
L.ERR
BCDE
PWR
L.RUN
9 0 1
DIN rail mounting
end plate
A
plates (PUMZ*A02) are also available.
Note
When attaching end plates, make sure to attach side connect-
Side connecting terminal cover
(right & left 1 set)
ing terminal covers first.
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3.5 Mounting with Screws
3.5 Mounting with Screws
When mounting controllers with screws inside a cabinet, check the screw hole size of the base part and the mounting position
beforehand.
Point
• Mounting screws are not included in the product. Prepare two M3 screws per unit.
1. Refer to the right figure for the mounting screw hole
2-M3
(30)
9p0.2
(3)
(100)
88.5 ±0.2
size and the pitch to decide the mounting position.
+0.2
30+0.7
(mm)
2. Remove the main units from the base parts.
(3.3 Mounting controllers) 3-6
3. Connect base parts. Push up to fasten all the locking
tabs.
4. Fixate the base parts onto the mounting position inside the cabinet with screws.
5. Attach the main units to the base parts.
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3.6 Connection
3.6 Connection
CC-Link connection
Make CC-Link connection for PUM series temperature control system via this equipment.
• This equipment comes to be the CC-Link station, and PUM series occupies 4 of 64 stations.
• Make a multi-drop connection to PLC (master) with using CC-Link ver.1.10 compliant CC-Link special cable.
• Terminal resistances are necessary for the both end of CC-Link communication line.
PLC Master
CC-Link Ver.1.10 compliant
CC-Link special cable
Other makers
Inter-station cable length: 20cm or more
PUMCL
Terminal resistance
PUMA
Other makers
Note
To prevent damage and failure of the equipment, wiring after turning OFF the power of this equipment and peripheral
equipment.
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3.6 Connection
Point
• CC-Link special cable is not included in this product. Please prepare CC-Link Ver.1.10 compliant CC-Link special cable optionally.
• For the cable specifications, connecting method, and the makers, refer to the homepage of CC-Link Partner Association
Homepage address: http://www.cc-link.org/
• Communication speed and maximum transmission distance is shown below
Communication speed and maximum transmission distance (when using Ver.1.10-compliant CC-Link special cable)
Communication
speed setting
Inter-station cable
length
Max. transmission distance
(Max. length of network)
10Mbps
100m
5Mbps
160m
2.5Mbps
20cm or more
400m
625kbps
900m
156kbps
1200m
* About communication speed, please refer to "4.1 CC-Link communication setting". 4-3
* For more details, please refer to the CC-Link Cable Wiring Manual published by CC-Link Partner Assosiation.
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3.6 Connection
Terminal
5 6
4
L.ERR
DA
DB
CC-Link
DG
SLD
LOADER
7 8
x1
4
5 6
9 0 1
SD
RD
PUM-C
2 3
L.RUN
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
21
11
22
22
12
23
23
13
24
24
14
25
15
26
16
27
17
28
18
29
19
30
20
21
25
FG
Vacant
Vacant
Terminal No.
Code
Cable color
21
DA
Blue
22
DB
White
23
DG
Yellow
24
SLD
Earthing conductor (Shield)
25
FG
-
Point
Communication terminal numbers and signal descriptions
• CC-Link communication terminal is not attachable/detachable online. For replacement of this equipment, you need to down
the whole link. Also, Frame ground (FG), terminal No.25, is only for the functional FG of CC-Link, and not for the whole of
PUM system.
• D-class grounding with ground resistance of 100Ω or less is required for both ends of the shielded line of CC-Link ver.1.10
compliant CC-Link special cable via each controller's SLD terminals and FG terminals.
• Do not share the shielded line to other equipments and use the line more than 20 mm2.
• Note that the insulation class for this equipment is as follows. Before installing, please confirm that the insulation class for the
equipment meets usage requirements.
Power
SLD/FG terminal (CC-Link earthing terminal)
Loader communication
CC-Link communication
Functional insulation (AC1000V)
Functional insulation (AC500V)
Functional insulation (AC50V)
* For more details, please refer to the CC-Link Cable Wiring Manual published by CC-Link Partner Assosiation.
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3.6 Connection
Connection of terminal resistance
Terminal resistances are required to both end of CC-Link communication line.
Connect the terminal resistances between DA and DB terminals.
Master St.
This equipment
DA
DA
DB
DB
DG
DG
SLD
SLD
FG
FG
Terminal resistance
Terminal resistance
Ver.1.10 compliant CC-Link special cable
Point
• Please use the terminal resistance of specifications shown below.
110Ω±5% 1/2W
Connecting modules
The modules that can be connected to this equipment are follows.
• PUMA/B (Control module), PUMV/N/T (Analog I/O module), PUME (Event I/O module)
Point
• Maximum 32 units per this equipment are connectable. However, number of connectable units is depends on module types.
Please refer to the user’s manual for each module.
• When connected modules, if any one of connected controllers is directly connected with power supply, power will be provided
to all of controllers via side connectors.
Note
Only PUMA/B (control module) can be accessed from the host PLC via CC-Link communication.
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3.6 Connection
Wiring for power supply
Terminal layout
Power terminal is on the base part of each controller.
The terminal layout of all controllers is the same.
Power supply is connected to connected controllers via side connectors if one controller is directly connected to them.
Power terminal
DC 24V (-)
DC 24V (+)
Note
• For wiring to the terminal block, apply crimp type terminals size M3.
Make sure to use screws included in this product only.
Screw size
: M3 x 7 (with square washer)
Screw tightening torque
: 0.78N•m (8kgf•cm)
• Apply power cable with allowable current capacity larger than the total consumption current of all connected controllers.
• For wiring to power terminal, do not apply more than two cables to one terminal.
(Power cable should be connected to power terminal directly from the power unit.)
• Please prepare power cables and crimp terminals of the size indicated below.
Power cable
Cable type
Size
Thermocouple (Compensation lead wire)
1.25mm2 or less
Power supply
1.25mm2 or less
Crimp terminal
Cable size
Screw tightening torque
Ring crimp terminal
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3.2mm
6.0mm or less
Ф3.2mm
6.0mm or less
0.8 N•m
0.25 to 1.25mm2
Y crimp terminal
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3.6 Connection
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INP-TN5A0200-E
1 Overview
3 Installation
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
5 Communication Devices
6 Troubleshooting
4-1
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CC-Link Communication Setting ................4-3
4.1
2 System Configuration Example
4
Enhanced Communication
Function Setting
4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
4-2
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
In order to perform communication between PUM module (remote device station) and PLC (master station), setting of station
numbers and communication speed is necessary.
CC-Link station number setting
With CC-Link station number setting, station number is settable from "1" to "61".
Apply a fine tip flat-head screwdriver to turn the Station No. configuration switch.
5 6
4
L.ERR
LOADER
x1
5 6
4
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
7 8
9 0 1
4
2 3
SD
RD
PUM-C
5 6
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
2 3
7 8
x1
5 6
9 0 1
4
x10:
High-order digit setting
(Set value×10)
x1:
Low-order digit setting
(Set value×1)
2 3
Setting range:
1 to 61
(Factory set value=0)
Note
• If "0" or larger than "62" is selected, station number selection error occurs, and "L.ERR" LED will be ON.
• When more than one remote device is used as below, the assigned station number for the 2nd unit is depends on occupied
station numbers of the 1st unit. When 1st unit is 4-sation occupied and the station number is "1", station number,"5", is assigned to the 2nd unit.
St. No. 0
St. No. 1
St. No. 5
PLC
PUMCL
PUMCL
CC-Link
4-staions occupied
1st unit
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
CC-Link communication speed setting
Set the CC-Link communication speed by the station number configuration switch on the right of module’s back face.
Switch setting with using a fine tip flat-head screwdriver and so on.
70
34
12
56
CC-Link communication
speed setting
Communication speed and maximum transmission distance (When using ver.1.10-compliant CC-Link special cable)
Communication
speed setting
Communication speed
Maxi. transmission distance (Max. length of network)
0
156kbps
1200m
1
625kbps
900m
2
2.5Mbps
400m
3
5Mbps
160m
4
10Mbps
100m
Note
If "5" to "9" is selected, communication error occurs, and "L.ERR" LED will turn ON.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
Number of stations occupied/Extended cyclic setting
Number of stations occupied /Extended cyclic is set by DIP switch (SW1 to SW4) on the left of back face of the main unit.
1 2 3 4 5 6
Number of occupied stations/
Extended cyclic setting
Select from 6 modes below.
Number of stations occupied/ Extended cyclic setting
(Number of loop)
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 1 (8Ch)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 1 (16Ch)
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 2 (16Ch)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 2 (32Ch)
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 4 (32Ch)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Setting for 4 stations occupied × 4 (64Ch)
Compliant version
Ver.1
Ver.2
Note
If the setting other than the above is set to DIP switch, "Setting for 4 stations occupied × 1 (8 Ch)" is set.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
Channel allocation
Channel allocation is different between when using a loader communication port and when using CC-Link.
When connecting PC to the loader communication port and monitor by using PUM parameter loader
<Configuration of 4Ch module (General PID) is 16 units>
Windows PC
(PUM parameter loader)
RS232C
PID X 4Ch
PUMCL
PID X 4Ch
PUMA
St1
(Master)
PID X 4Ch
PUMA
St2
PUMA
St16
・・・・・・
The image on PUM parameter loader
St1
Ch1
Ch2
St2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch1
Ch2
…
Ch3
Ch4
PV
MV
(heating)
MV
(cooling)
…
St16
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
-
-
-
-
…
…
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
…
"1" to "4" Ch is allocated to per station, and each channel has data.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
When connecting to PLC via CC-Link communication and monitoring
<Configuration of 4Ch module (General PID) is 16 units>
PLC
Master St.
CC-Link
PID X 4Ch
PUMCL
PID X 4Ch
PUMA
St1
(Master)
PID X 4Ch
PUMA
St2
・・・・・・
PUMA
St16
Memory images on PLC
St1
Ch1
Ch2
St2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
…
Ch7
Ch8
PV
MV
(heating)
MV
(cooling)
…
St16
Ch61
Ch62
Ch63
Ch64
-
-
-
-
…
…
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
…
Channel is numbered serially starting from St.1 and has data per Ch1 to 64.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
When connecting PC to the loader communication port and monitoring by using PUM
parameter loader
<Mixed configuration of 2Ch module (General PID), 4Ch module (General PID), and 2Ch (Heating /cooling control) >
Windows PC
(PUM parameter loader)
RS232C
PID X 2Ch
PUMCL
PUMB
St1
PUMA
St2
(Master)
Heating/cooling
control ×2Ch
PID X 4Ch
PUMB
St3
The image on the PUM parameter loader
St1
Ch1
Ch2
PV
MV
(heating)
MV
(cooling)
-
-
St2
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Ch1
St3
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
-
Ch2
-
Ch3
-
Ch4
-
Ch1
Ch2
1 to 2Ch or 1 to 4 Ch per station is allocated to a channel, and each channel has data.
If 2-Ch module exists, there will be vacant channels.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
When connecting to PLC via CC-Link communication and monitoring
<Mixed configuration of 2Ch module (General PID), 4Ch module (General PID), and 2Ch module (Heating/cooling control) >
PLC
Master St.
CC-Link
PID X 2Ch
PUMCL
PUMB
St1
PUMA
St2
(Master)
Heating/cooling
control ×2Ch
PID X 4Ch
PUMB
St3
Memory image on PLC
St1
Ch1
Ch2
PV
MV
(heating)
MV
(cooling)
-
-
St2
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Ch5
St3
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant
-
Ch6
-
Ch7
-
Ch8
-
Ch9
Ch10
Channel is numbered serially starting from St.1, and has data per Ch1 to 64.
If 2-Ch module exists, there will be vacant channels.
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4.1 CC-Link Communication Setting
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1 Overview
Communication Devices
PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station) . .5-3
5.2
Data Handling Instructions . ........................5-7
5.3
List of Remote Input/Output . ......................5-8
5.4
List of Remote Register .............................5-39
5.5
Extension Number Setting ........................5-55
5.6
List of Extension Numbers . ......................5-57
5.7
CC-Link Flag Operation .............................5-76
5.8
Sample Program . .......................................5-79
5 Communication Devices
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
Interface Overview of Master Station and
3 Installation
5.1
2 System Configuration Example
5
6 Troubleshooting
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5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
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5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
5 .1 Interface Overview of Master Station and
PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
PUMCL module (CC-Link), the remote device station, interfaces to PLC by using the remote input (RX) area, the remote output
(RY) area, and the remote register (RWw, RWr) area.
Interface Overview
PLC-CPU
CC-Link master St.
Communications
memory allocated
by network
parameters
PUMCL module remote device St.
CC-Link
special cable
Extension No. configuration for
display/setting data
Extended display /
Extension configuration flag
Initial-related flag
RUN/STOP switch
Remote output
Y
RY
RY
Remote register
(Read)
W
RWr
RWr
Process value (PV)
Item data for specifying
extension number
Remote register
(Write)
W
RWw
RWw
Set value (SV)
Item data for specifying
extension number
Remote Input
X
Supplement
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RX
RX
Alarm/Conditions
Extending display/
Setting completion
Error flag
Initial-related flag
Storage areas for information are described as RX, RY, RWr, and RWw as the matter of convenience.
5-3
5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
Remote output
Remote output is bit information to operate the remote device and to specify data operated in the remote register.
Main functions are shown below.
Signal
Descriptions
Extension number configuration for display data
Specify the extension number of data you desire to read from a remote device to a remote register
Extension number configuration for setting data
Specify the extension number you desire to write form a remote device to a remote register
Extended display flag
Execute reading
Extension configuration flag
Execute writing
Initial-related flag
Execute the operation for request/completion of initialization
RUN/STOP switch
Switch a control module operation (RUN/STOP)
Remote input
Remote input is bit information to describe the remote device conditions.
The main status display is shown below.
Signal
Descriptions
Alarm
Alarm escalated from a control module
Status
Status escalated from a control module
Extended display completion flag
Flag to inform the reading execution completion
Extension configuration completion flag
Flag to inform the writing execution completion
Initial-related flag
Initial demand/completion status
Error flag
Information about CC-Link communication
Remote register
Remote register is the word area to read/write into the remote device.
Data handled differs by number of stations occupied/extended cyclic setting.
For details, please refer to Remote Register on the next page.
Point
When the master station (PLC) is in the stop status, writing to the remote output (RY)/remote register (RWw) is not reflected in
this equipment.
For detail information about communications, please refer to the instruction manual for PLC.
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5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
Remote Register
Use of the remote register differs by Setting for number of stations occupied/extended cyclic. The explanation below is the case
of 4 stations occupied×1 setting.
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (8Ch)
Remote register (Read)
Transmission is consists of two areas.
1. The area for being read PV value periodically.
2. The area for reading corresponding data to specified extension number. Extension number is specified by remote output
(bit output).
PLC-CPU
W area
Master St.
For 8Ch
Ch1 Process value PV
to
Ch8 Process value PV
RWrn
to
RWrn+7
For 8Ch
Ch1 For extended area display
to
Ch8 For extended area display
RWrn+8
to
RWrn+F
PUMCL module
Remote device St.
Reading periodically
Reading by extension No.
specification
RWrn
to
RWrn+7
RWrn+8
to
RWrn+F
Remote register (Write)
Transmission consists of two areas.
1. The area for writing SV value periodically.
2. The area for writing corresponding data to specified extension number. Extension number is specified by remote output
(bit output).
For 8Ch
Ch1 Set value SV
to
Ch8 Set value SV
RWwn
to
RWwn+7
For 8Ch
Ch1 For extended area setting
to
Ch8 For extended area setting
RWwn+8
to
RWwn+F
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Writing periodically
Writing by extension No.
specification
RWwn
to
RWwn+7
RWwn+8
to
RWwn+F
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5.1 Interface Overview of Master Station and PUMCL Module (Remote Device Station)
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (16Ch)
Corresponding data to the extension number specified by the all area is handled. The extension number is specified by remote
output (bit output).
Remote register (Read)
PLC-CPU
W area
For 16Ch
Ch1 For extended area
display
to
Ch16 For extended area
display
PUMCL module
Remote device St.
Master St.
RWrn
to
RWrn+F
Reading by extension No.
specification
RWrn
to
RWrn+F
RWwn
to
RWwn+F
Writing by extension No.
specification
RWwn
to
RWwn+F
Remote register (Write)
For 16Ch
5-6
Ch1 For extended area
setting
to
Ch16 For extended area
setting
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5.2 Data Handling Instructions
5.2 Data Handling Instructions
There are some cases with the numeric value (remote register) that obtained by sending / receiving to/from PUM module. The case
are that the value has no decimal point, has decimal point, and minus.
Note
Do not access to the address not listed on the "5.6 List of Extension numbers".
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When the value has no decimal point
If value has no decimal point, no change added.
Ex) Read out data when SV value is 100°C
Decimal number representation; 100
Hexadecimal number representation: 64H
When the value has a decimal point
If the numeric value has a decimal point, the decimal point is omitted.
Ex) The remote register read out value when the process value (PV) is 101.1°C
Decimal number representation: 1011
Hexadecimal representation: 03F3H
When the value is minus
If the numeric value is minus, minus is represented by complement representation of “2”.
It means the value is that subtracted the minus value from 10000H in the hexadecimal number.
Ex) Read out value when the process value (PV) is -1.1°C.
Decimal number representation: -11
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Hexadecimal number representation: FFF5H (10000H-BH)
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
Remote input (RX) and remote output (RY) are bit information.
Point
• "n" in the list is the address allocated to the master station by CC-Link station number setting.
"n" is calculated by using the following formula. However, this formula is used when designing the network with only our PUM
modules and the all number of stations occupied / extended cyclic setting is the same.
Number of stations occupied / extended cyclic setting
Formula
4 stations occupied ×1 setting
n=
4 stations occupied ×2 setting
n=
4 stations occupied ×4 setting
n=
(St. No. – 1) ×32
16
(St. No. – 1) ×56
16
(St. No. – 1) ×112
16
Because the calculation results are represented by decimal numbers, convert it to hexadecimal numbers prior to assign it to “n”
in the list.
Ex) PUM module setting is 4 stations occupied × 1 and the station number is “5”.
n=
(5-1)×32
16
=8 (decimal number)
=8 (hexadecimal number)
If the St. No. is 5: Remote input RXn0 to RX (n+7) F → RX80 to RXFF
Remote output RYn0 to RY (n+7) F → RY80 to RYFF
• The data of the channel other than the channels used is nonuse.
Note
If connecting several PUM of 4 stations occupied, the station numbers are not serial such as, 1, 5, 9.
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied ×1 setting
List of remote input
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 128 bits
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RXn0
Event1
RXn1
Event2
RXn2
Ch1
Burnout
RXn3
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn4
PID/AT SW
RXn5
Event1
RXn6
Event2
RXn7
Burnout
Ch2
RXn8
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn9
PID/AT SW
RXnA
RXnB
RXnD
Extension configuration completion
RXnE
Nonuse
Hard error flag
Event1
RX (n+2) 1
Event2
Ch3
Burnout
RX (n+2) 3
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 4
PID/AT SW
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—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
—
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
It will be ON when CC-Link communication
module hard error occurs
—
—
—
Reserved
RX (n+2) 0
RX (n+2) 2
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
Extended display completion
RX (n+1) 0
to
RX (n+1) F
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RXnC
RXnF
Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+2) 5
Event1
RX (n+2) 6
Event2
RX (n+2) 7
Ch4
Burnout
RX (n+2) 8
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) A
Event1
RX (n+2) B
Event2
RX (n+2) C
Ch5
Burnout
RX (n+2) D
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) F
Event1
RX (n+3) 0
Event2
RX (n+3) 1
Ch6
Burnout
RX (n+3) 2
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 4
Event1
RX (n+3) 5
Event2
RX (n+3) 6
Ch7
Burnout
RX (n+3) 7
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 9
Event1
RX (n+3) A
Event2
RX (n+3) B
Burnout
Ch8
RX (n+3) C
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) D
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) E
RX (n+3) F
5-10
Nonuse
Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+4) 0
Event1
RX (n+4) 1
Event2
RX (n+4) 2
Ch9
Burnout
RX (n+4) 3
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) 5
Event1
RX (n+4) 6
Event2
RX (n+4) 7
Ch10
Burnout
RX (n+4) 8
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) A
Event1
RX (n+4) B
Event2
RX (n+4) C
Ch11
Burnout
RX (n+4) D
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) F
Event1
RX (n+5) 0
Event2
RX (n+5) 1
Ch12
Burnout
RX (n+5) 2
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 4
Event1
RX (n+5) 5
Event2
RX (n+5) 6
Burnout
Ch13
RX (n+5) 7
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 9
Event1
RX (n+5) A
Event2
RX (n+5) B
Burnout
Ch14
RX (n+5) C
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) D
PID/AT SW
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Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
Factory-set
value
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote input
Address
RX (n+3) E
RX (n+3) F
Communication items (Status)
Event1
RX (n+6) 1
Event2
Ch15
Burnout
RX (n+6) 3
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+6) 5
Event1
RX (n+6) 6
Event2
RX (n+6) 7
Ch16
Burnout
RX (n+6) 8
Event3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+6) A
to
RX (n+6) F
RX (n+7) 0
to
RX (n+7) 7
Factory-set
value
—
—
Nonuse
RX (n+6) 0
RX (n+6) 2
Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
RX (n+7) 8
Request flag for initial data processing
RX (n+7) 9
Completion flag for initial data setting
RX (n+7) A
Error flag
0: OFF
—
RX (n+7) B
Remote ready
0: Unready
1: Ready
—
RX (n+7) C
to
RX (n+7) F
Reserved
5-12
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
List of remote output
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (Remote device station)
Data capacity: 128 bits
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote output
Address
Communication items (Status)
RYn0
b0
RYn1
b1
RYn2
b2
RYn3
b3
RYn4
b4
RYn5
b5
RYn6
b0
RYn7
b1
RYn8
b2
RYn9
b3
RYnA
b4
RYnB
b5
0
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to RY
Extension No. configuration for setting
(n+1) B
data
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extended display flag
RYnD
Extension configuration flag
RYnE
Nonuse
RUN/STOP SW
RY (n+1) 0
b6
RY (n+1) 1
b7
RY (n+1) 2
b8
RY (n+1) 3
b9
RY (n+1) 4
b10
RY (n+1) 5
b11
RY (n+1) 6
b12
RY (n+1) 7
b13
RY (n+1) 8
b6
RY (n+1) 9
b7
RY (n+1) A
b8
RY (n+1) B
b9
RY (n+1) C
b10
RY (n+1) D
b11
RY (n+1) E
b12
RY (n+1) F
b13
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Factory-set
value
Extension No. configuration for display data by
ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to RY
Extension No. configuration for display
(n+1) 3
data
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
RYnC
RYnF
Data range
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
—
—
0: RUN (Start control)
1: STOP (Stop control)
0
Extension No. configuration for display data by
Extension No. configuration for display ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to RY
(n+1) 3
data
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
Extension No. configuration for setting ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to RY
data
(n+1) B
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 1 setting List of remote output
Address
Communication items (Status)
RY (n+2) 0
b0
RY (n+2) 1
b1
RY (n+2) 2
b2
RY (n+2) 3
b3
RY (n+2) 4
b4
RY (n+2) 5
b5
RY (n+2) 6
b6
RY (n+2) 7
b7
RY (n+2) 8
b0
RY (n+2) 9
b1
RY (n+2) A
b2
RY (n+2) B
b3
RY (n+2) C
b4
RY (n+2) D
b5
RY (n+2) E
b6
RY (n+2) F
b7
RY (n+3) A
to
RY (n+6) F
RY (n+7) 0
to
RY (n+7) 7
Factory-set
value
Reserved
Write inhibit
0
Reserved
Write inhibit
0
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
RY (n+7) 8
Completion flag for initial data processing
RY (n+7) 9
Request flag for initial data setting
RY (n+7) A
Request flag for error reset
RY (n+7) B
to
RY (n+7) F
Reserved
5-14
Data range
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
0
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied ×2 setting
List of remote input
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 224 bits
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RXn0
Event 1
RXn1
Event 2
RXn2
Ch1
Burnout
RXn3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn4
PID/AT SW
RXn5
Event 1
RXn6
Event 2
RXn7
Burnout
Ch2
RXn8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn9
PID/AT SW
RXnA
RXnB
RXnD
Extension configuration completion
RXnE
Nonuse
Hard error flag
Event 1
RX (n+2) 1
Event 2
Ch3
Burnout
RX (n+2) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 4
PID/AT SW
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—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
—
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
It will be ON when CC-Link communication
module hard error occurs
—
—
—
Reserved
RX (n+2) 0
RX (n+2) 2
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
Extended display completion
RX (n+1) 0
to
RX (n+1) F
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RXnC
RXnF
Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+2) 5
Event 1
RX (n+2) 6
Event 2
RX (n+2) 7
Ch4
Burnout
RX (n+2) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) A
Event 1
RX (n+2) B
Event 2
RX (n+2) C
Ch5
Burnout
RX (n+2) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) F
Event 1
RX (n+3) 0
Event 2
RX (n+3) 1
Ch6
Burnout
RX (n+3) 2
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 4
Event 1
RX (n+3) 5
Event 2
RX (n+3) 6
Ch7
Burnout
RX (n+3) 7
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 9
Event 1
RX (n+3) A
Event 2
RX (n+3) B
Burnout
Ch8
RX (n+3) C
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) D
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) E
RX (n+3) F
5-16
Nonuse
Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+4) 0
Event 1
RX (n+4) 1
Event 2
RX (n+4) 2
Ch9
Burnout
RX (n+4) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) 5
Event 1
RX (n+4) 6
Event 2
RX (n+4) 7
Ch10
Burnout
RX (n+4) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) A
Event 1
RX (n+4) B
Event 2
RX (n+4) C
Ch11
Burnout
RX (n+4) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) F
Event 1
RX (n+5) 0
Event 2
RX (n+5) 1
Ch12
Burnout
RX (n+5) 2
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 4
Event 1
RX (n+5) 5
Event 2
RX (n+5) 6
Burnout
Ch13
RX (n+5) 7
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 9
Event 1
RX (n+5) A
Event 2
RX (n+5) B
Burnout
Ch14
RX (n+5) C
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) D
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) E
RX (n+5) F
Nonuse
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Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
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5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+6) 0
Event 1
RX (n+6) 1
Event 2
RX (n+6) 2
Ch15
Burnout
RX (n+6) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+6) 5
Event 1
RX (n+6) 6
Event 2
RX (n+6) 7
Ch16
Burnout
RX (n+6) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+6) A
to
RX (n+6) F
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+7) 2
Burnout
Ch17
RX (n+7) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+7) 5
Event 1
RX (n+7) 6
Event 2
RX (n+7) 7
Burnout
Ch18
RX (n+7) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+7) A
Event 1
RX (n+7) B
Event 2
RX (n+7) C
Burnout
Ch19
RX (n+7) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) E
PID/AT SW
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
RX (n+7) 1
5-18
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+7) 0
RX (n+7) F
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+8) 0
Event 1
RX (n+8) 1
Event 2
RX (n+8) 2
Ch20
Burnout
RX (n+8) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+8) 5
Event 1
RX (n+8) 6
Event 2
RX (n+8) 7
Ch21
Burnout
RX (n+8) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+8) A
Event 1
RX (n+8) B
Event 2
RX (n+8) C
Ch22
Burnout
RX (n+8) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+8) F
RX (n+9) 1
Event 2
Ch23
Burnout
RX (n+9) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) 5
Event 1
RX (n+9) 6
Event 2
Ch24
Burnout
RX (n+9) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) A
Event 1
RX (n+9) B
Event 2
RX (n+9) C
Ch25
Burnout
RX (n+9) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) F
Nonuse
INP-TN5A0200-E
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
Event 1
RX (n+9) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+9) 0
RX (n+9) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
5-19
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+A) 0
Event 1
RX (n+A) 1
Event 2
RX (n+A) 2
Ch26
Burnout
RX (n+A) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) 5
Event 1
RX (n+A) 6
Event 2
RX (n+A) 7
Ch27
Burnout
RX (n+A) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) A
Event 1
RX (n+A) B
Event 2
RX (n+A) C
Ch28
Burnout
RX (n+A) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) F
RX (n+B) 1
Event 2
Ch29
Burnout
RX (n+B) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) 5
Event 1
RX (n+B) 6
Event 2
Ch30
Burnout
RX (n+B) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) A
Event 1
RX (n+B) B
Event 2
RX (n+B) C
Burnout
Ch31
RX (n+B) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) F
5-20
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
Event 1
RX (n+B) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+B) 0
RX (n+B) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+C) 0
Event 1
RX (n+C) 1
Event 2
RX (n+C) 2
Ch32
Burnout
RX (n+C) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+C) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+C) 5
to
RX (n+C) F
RX (n+D) 0
to
RX (n+D) 7
Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
RX (n+D) 8
Request flag for initial data processing
RX (n+D) 9
Completion flag for initial data setting
RX (n+D) A
Error flag
0: OFF
—
RX (n+D) B
Remote ready
0: Unready
1: Ready
—
RX (n+D) C
to
RX (n+D) F
Reserved
INP-TN5A0200-E
—
—
—
—
5-21
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
List of remote output
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 224 bits
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote output
Address
Communication items (Status)
RYn0
b0
RYn1
b1
RYn2
b2
RYn3
b3
RYn4
b4
RYn5
b5
RYn6
b0
RYn7
b1
RYn8
b2
RYn9
b3
RYnA
b4
RYnB
b5
0
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to RY
Extension No. configuration for setting
(n+1) B
data
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extended display flag
RYnD
Extension configuration flag
RYnE
Nonuse
RYnF
RUN/STOP SW
b6
RY (n+1) 1
b7
RY (n+1) 2
b8
RY (n+1) 3
b9
RY (n+1) 4
b10
RY (n+1) 5
b11
RY (n+1) 6
b12
RY (n+1) 7
b13
RY (n+1) 8
b6
RY (n+1) 9
b7
RY (n+1) A
b8
RY (n+1) B
b9
RY (n+1) C
b10
RY (n+1) D
b11
RY (n+1) E
b12
RY (n+1) F
b13
5-22
Factory-set
value
Extension No. configuration for display data by
ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to RY
Extension No. configuration for display
(n+1) 3
data
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
RYnC
RY (n+1) 0
Data range
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
—
—
0: RUN (Start control)
1: STOP (Stop control)
0
Extension No. configuration for display data by
Extension No. configuration for display ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to RY
(n+1) 3
data
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
Extension No. configuration for setting ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to RY
data
(n+1) B
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 2 setting List of remote output
Address
Communication items (Status)
RY (n+2) 0
b0
RY (n+2) 1
b1
RY (n+2) 2
b2
RY (n+2) 3
b3
RY (n+2) 4
b4
RY (n+2) 5
b5
RY (n+2) 6
b6
RY (n+2) 7
b7
RY (n+2) 8
b0
RY (n+2) 9
b1
RY (n+2) A
b2
RY (n+2) B
b3
RY (n+2) C
b4
RY (n+2) D
b5
RY (n+2) E
b6
RY (n+2) F
b7
RY (n+3) 0
to
RY (n+C) F
RY (n+D) 0
to
RY (n+D) 7
Data range
Factory-set
value
Reserved
Write inhibit
0
Reserved
Write inhibit
0
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
RY (n+D) 8
Completion flag for initial data processing
RY (n+D) 9
Request flag for initial data setting
RY (n+D) A
Request flag for error reset
RY (n+D) B
to
RY (n+D) F
Reserved
INP-TN5A0200-E
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
0
—
—
5-23
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied ×4 setting
List of remote input
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station)→Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 448 bits
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RXn0
Event 1
RXn1
Event 2
RXn2
Ch1
Burnout
RXn3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn4
PID/AT SW
RXn5
Event 1
RXn6
Event 2
RXn7
Ch2
Burnout
RXn8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RXn9
PID/AT SW
RXnA
RXnB
RXnD
Extension configuration completion
RXnE
Nonuse
Hard error flag
RX (n+2) 0
Event 1
RX (n+2) 1
Event 2
RX (n+2) 2
Burnout
RX (n+2) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 4
PID/AT SW
5-24
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
It will be ON when COM-JT hard error
occurs
—
—
—
Reserved
Ch3
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
Extended display completion
RX (n+1) 0
to
RX (n+1) F
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RXnC
RXnF
Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+2) 5
Event 1
RX (n+2) 6
Event 2
RX (n+2) 7
Ch4
Burnout
RX (n+2) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) A
Event 1
RX (n+2) B
Event 2
RX (n+2) C
Ch5
Burnout
RX (n+2) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+2) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+2) F
Event 1
RX (n+3) 0
Event 2
RX (n+3) 1
Ch6
Burnout
RX (n+3) 2
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 4
Event 1
RX (n+3) 5
Event 2
RX (n+3) 6
Ch7
Burnout
RX (n+3) 7
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) 9
Event 1
RX (n+3) A
Event 2
RX (n+3) B
Burnout
Ch8
RX (n+3) C
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+3) D
PID/AT SW
RX (n+3) E
RX (n+3) F
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+4) 2
Burnout
RX (n+4) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 4
PID/AT SW
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
RX (n+4) 1
Ch9
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+4) 0
INP-TN5A0200-E
Data range
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5-25
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+4) 5
Event 1
RX (n+4) 6
Event 2
RX (n+4) 7
Ch10
Burnout
RX (n+4) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) A
Event 1
RX (n+4) B
Event 2
RX (n+4) C
Ch11
Burnout
RX (n+4) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+4) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+4) F
Event 1
RX (n+5) 0
Event 2
RX (n+5) 1
Ch12
Burnout
RX (n+5) 2
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 3
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 4
Event 1
RX (n+5) 5
Event 2
RX (n+5) 6
Ch13
Burnout
RX (n+5) 7
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) 8
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) 9
Event 1
RX (n+5) A
Event 2
RX (n+5) B
Burnout
Ch14
RX (n+5) C
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+5) D
PID/AT SW
RX (n+5) E
RX (n+5) F
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+6) 2
Burnout
RX (n+6) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 4
PID/AT SW
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
RX (n+6) 1
Ch15
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+6) 0
5-26
Data range
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+6) 5
Event 1
RX (n+6) 6
Event 2
RX (n+6) 7
Ch16
Burnout
RX (n+6) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+6) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+6) A
to
RX (n+6) F
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+7) 2
Burnout
Ch17
RX (n+7) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+7) 5
Event 1
RX (n+7) 6
Event 2
RX (n+7) 7
Burnout
Ch18
RX (n+7) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+7) A
Event 1
RX (n+7) B
Event 2
RX (n+7) C
Burnout
Ch19
RX (n+7) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+7) E
PID/AT SW
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
RX (n+8) 1
Event 2
Burnout
Ch20
RX (n+8) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) 4
PID/AT SW
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
Event 1
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+8) 0
RX (n+8) 2
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
RX (n+7) 1
INP-TN5A0200-E
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+7) 0
RX (n+7) F
Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
5-27
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+8) 5
Event 1
RX (n+8) 6
Event 2
RX (n+8) 7
Burnout
Ch21
RX (n+8) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+8) A
Event 1
RX (n+8) B
Event 2
RX (n+8) C
Burnout
Ch22
RX (n+8) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+8) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+8) F
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+9) 2
Burnout
Ch23
RX (n+9) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) 5
Event 1
RX (n+9) 6
Event 2
Ch24
Burnout
RX (n+9) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) A
Event 1
RX (n+9) B
Event 2
RX (n+9) C
Ch25
Burnout
RX (n+9) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+9) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+9) F
5-28
Nonuse
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
RX (n+9) 1
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+9) 0
RX (n+9) 7
Data range
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+A) 0
Event 1
RX (n+A) 1
Event 2
RX (n+A) 2
Ch26
Burnout
RX (n+A) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) 5
Event 1
RX (n+A) 6
Event 2
RX (n+A) 7
Ch27
Burnout
RX (n+A) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) A
Event 1
RX (n+A) B
Event 2
RX (n+A) C
Ch28
Burnout
RX (n+A) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+A) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+A) F
RX (n+B) 1
Event 2
Ch29
Burnout
RX (n+B) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) 5
Event 1
RX (n+B) 6
Event 2
Ch30
Burnout
RX (n+B) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) A
Event 1
RX (n+B) B
Event 2
RX (n+B) C
Ch31
Burnout
RX (n+B) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+B) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+B) F
INP-TN5A0200-E
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
Event 1
RX (n+B) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+B) 0
RX (n+B) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
5-29
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+C) 0
Event 1
RX (n+C) 1
Event 2
RX (n+C) 2
Ch32
Burnout
RX (n+C) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+C) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+C) 5
Event 1
RX (n+C) 6
Event 2
RX (n+C) 7
Ch33
Burnout
RX (n+C) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+C) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+C) A
Event 1
RX (n+C) B
Event 2
RX (n+C) C
Ch34
Burnout
RX (n+C) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+C) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+C) F
RX (n+D) 1
Event 2
Ch35
Burnout
RX (n+D) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+D) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+D) 5
Event 1
RX (n+D) 6
Event 2
Ch36
Burnout
RX (n+D) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+D) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+D) A
Event 1
RX (n+D) B
Event 2
RX (n+D) C
Ch37
Burnout
RX (n+D) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+D) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+D) F
5-30
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
Event 1
RX (n+D) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+D) 0
RX (n+D) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+E) 0
Event 1
RX (n+E) 1
Event 2
RX (n+E) 2
Ch38
Burnout
RX (n+E) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+E) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+E) 5
Event 1
RX (n+E) 6
Event 2
RX (n+E) 7
Ch39
Burnout
RX (n+E) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+E) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+E) A
Event 1
RX (n+E) B
Event 2
RX (n+E) C
Ch40
Burnout
RX (n+E) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+E) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+E) F
RX (n+F) 1
Event 2
Ch41
Burnout
RX (n+F) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+F) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+F) 5
Event 1
RX (n+F) 6
Event 2
Ch42
Burnout
RX (n+F) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+F) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+F) A
Event 1
RX (n+F) B
Event 2
RX (n+F) C
Ch43
Burnout
RX (n+F) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+F) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+F) F
INP-TN5A0200-E
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
Event 1
RX (n+F) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+F) 0
RX (n+F) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
5-31
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+10) 0
Event 1
RX (n+10) 1
Event 2
RX (n+10) 2
Ch44
Burnout
RX (n+10) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+10) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+10) 5
Event 1
RX (n+10) 6
Event 2
RX (n+10) 7
Ch45
Burnout
RX (n+10) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+10) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+10) A
Event 1
RX (n+10) B
Event 2
RX (n+10) C
Ch46
Burnout
RX (n+10) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+10) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+10) F
RX (n+11) 1
Event 2
Ch47
Burnout
RX (n+11) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+11) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+11) 5
Event 1
RX (n+11) 6
Event 2
Ch48
Burnout
RX (n+11) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+11) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+11) A
Event 1
RX (n+11) B
Event 2
RX (n+11) C
Ch49
Burnout
RX (n+11) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+11) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+11) F
5-32
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
Event 1
RX (n+11) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+11) 0
RX (n+11) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+12) 0
Event 1
RX (n+12) 1
Event 2
RX (n+12) 2
Ch50
Burnout
RX (n+12) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+12) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+12) 5
Event 1
RX (n+12) 6
Event 2
RX (n+12) 7
Ch51
Burnout
RX (n+12) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+12) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+12) A
Event 1
RX (n+12) B
Event 2
RX (n+12) C
Ch52
Burnout
RX (n+12) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+12) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+12) F
RX (n+13) 1
Event 2
Ch53
Burnout
RX (n+13) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+13) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+13) 5
Event 1
RX (n+13) 6
Event 2
Ch54
Burnout
RX (n+13) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+13) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+13) A
Event 1
RX (n+13) B
Event 2
RX (n+13) C
Ch55
Burnout
RX (n+13) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+13) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+13) F
INP-TN5A0200-E
Nonuse
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
0: OFF
1: ON
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
Event 1
RX (n+13) 7
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+13) 0
RX (n+13) 2
Data range
—
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
PID control
Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
—
—
—
5-33
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+14) 0
Event 1
RX (n+14) 1
Event 2
RX (n+14) 2
Burnout
Ch56
RX (n+14) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+14) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+14) 5
Event 1
RX (n+14) 6
Event 2
RX (n+14) 7
Burnout
Ch57
RX (n+14) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+14) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+14) A
Event 1
RX (n+14) B
Event 2
RX (n+14) C
Burnout
Ch58
RX (n+14) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+14) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+14) F
RX (n+15) 1
Event 2
RX (n+15) 2
Burnout
Ch59
RX (n+15) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+15) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+15) 5
Event 1
RX (n+15) 6
Event 2
RX (n+15) 7
Burnout
Ch60
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
Event 1
RX (n+15) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+15) 9
PID/AT SW
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+15) 0
5-34
Data range
0: OFF
1: ON
—
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
Communication items (Status)
RX (n+15) A
Event 1
RX (n+15) B
Event 2
RX (n+15) C
Burnout
Ch61
RX (n+15) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+15) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+15) F
Event 1
Event 2
RX (n+16) 2
Burnout
Ch62
RX (n+16) 3
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+16) 4
PID/AT SW
RX (n+16) 5
Event 1
RX (n+16) 6
Event 2
RX (n+16) 7
Burnout
Ch63
RX (n+16) 8
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+16) 9
PID/AT SW
RX (n+16) A
Event 1
RX (n+16) B
Event 2
RX (n+16) C
Burnout
Ch64
RX (n+16) D
Event 3
[Heater break alarm (HBA)] specification
RX (n+16) E
PID/AT SW
RX (n+17) 0
to
RX (n+1A) F
RX (n+1B) 0
to
RX (n+1B) 7
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
RX (n+16) 1
Factory-set
value
—
0: OFF
1: ON
Nonuse
RX (n+16) 0
RX (n+16) F
Data range
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: OFF
1: ON
—
0: PID control
1: Auto tuning (AT)
—
Nonuse
—
—
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
RX (n+1B) 8
Request flag for initial data processing
RX (n+1B) 9
Completion flag for initial data setting
RX (n+1B) A
Error flag
0: OFF
—
RX (n+1B) B
Remote ready
0: Unready
1: Ready
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
—
—
5-35
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote input
Address
RX (n+1B) C
to
RX (n+1B) F
5-36
Communication items (Status)
Reserved
Data range
Factory-set
value
—
—
INP-TN5A0200-E
5.3 List of Remote Input /Output
List of remote output
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 448 bits
4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote output
Address
Data range
Factory-set
value
Extension No. configuration for
display data
Extension No. configuration for display data by
ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to
RY (n+1) 3
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extension No. configuration for
setting data
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to
RY (n+1) B
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Communication items (Status)
RYn0
b0
RYn1
b1
RYn2
b2
RYn3
b3
RYn4
b4
RYn5
b5
RYn6
b0
RYn7
b1
RYn8
b2
RYn9
b3
RYnA
b4
RYnB
b5
RYnC
Extended display flag
RYnD
Extension configuration flag
RYnE
Nonuse
RYnF
b6
RY (n+1) 1
b7
RY (n+1) 2
b8
RY (n+1) 3
b9
RY (n+1) 4
b10
RY (n+1) 5
b11
RY (n+1) 6
b12
RY (n+1) 7
b13
RY (n+1) 8
b6
RY (n+1) 9
b7
RY (n+1) A
b8
RY (n+1) B
b9
RY (n+1) C
b10
RY (n+1) D
b11
RY (n+1) E
b12
RY (n+1) F
b13
RY (n+2) 0
b0
RY (n+2) 1
b1
RY (n+2) 2
b2
RY (n+2) 3
b3
RY (n+2) 4
b4
RY (n+2) 5
b5
RY (n+2) 6
b6
RY (n+2) 7
b7
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OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
—
—
0: RUN (Start control)
1: STOP (Stop control)
0
Extension No. configuration for
display data
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Extension No. configuration for display data by
ON/OFF of RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to
RY (n+1) 3
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Extension No. configuration for
setting data
b10 to b13: Nonuse
Extension No. configuration for setting data by
ON/OFF of RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to
RY (n+1) B
Data0: OFF 1: ON
[Decimal number representation]: 0 to 1023
0
Reserved
Write inhibit
0
RUN/STOP SW
RY (n+1) 0
0:
1:
0:
1:
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4 stations occupied × 4 setting List of remote output
Address
Communication items (Status)
RY (n+2) 8
b0
RY (n+2) 9
b1
RY (n+2) A
b2
RY (n+2) B
b3
RY (n+2) C
b4
RY (n+2) D
b5
RY (n+2) E
b6
RY (n+2) F
b7
RY (n+3) 0
to
RY (n+1A) F
RY (n+1B) 0
to
RY (n+1B) 7
Reserved
Write inhibit
Factory-set
value
0
Nonuse
—
—
Reserved
—
—
RY (n+1B) 8
Completion flag for initial data processing
RY (n+1B) 9
Request flag for initial data setting
RY (n+1B) A
Request flag for error reset
RY (n+1B) B
to
RY (n+1B) F
Reserved
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Data range
0:
1:
0:
1:
0:
1:
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0
0
0
—
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
5.4 List of Remote Register
Remote register (RWr, RWw) are numeric values.
point
• "n" in the list is address allocated to the master station by CC-Link station number setting.
"n" is calculated by using the following formula. However, this formula is used when designing the network with only our PUM
modules and the all number of stations occupied / extended cyclic setting is the same.
Number of stations occupied / extended cyclic setting
Formula
4 stations occupied × 1 setting
n= (St. No.- 1) × 4
4 stations occupied × 2 setting
n= (St. No.- 1) × 8
4 stations occupied × 4 setting
n= (St. No.- 1) × 16
Because calculation results are represented by decimal numbers, convert them to hexadecimal numbers prior to assign them
to “n” in the list.
Ex) PUM module setting is 4 stations occupied × 1 and the station number is “5”.
n= (5-1)×4 =16 (decimal number) → 10 (hexadecimal number)
If the St. No. is 5: Remote register RWrn to RWrn +F →RWr10 to RWr1F
RWwn to RWwn +F →RWw10 to RWw1F
• The data of the channel other than the used channels is nonuse.
Note
If connecting several PUM of 4 stations occupied, the station numbers are not serial such as, 1, 5, 9.
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (8Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 16 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
Process value (PV)
RWrn+3
Ch4
Process value (PV)
RWrn+4
Ch5
Process value (PV)
RWrn+5
Ch6
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+7
Ch8
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+8
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+9
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+A
Ch3
For extended area display
Input scale lower limit
to
Input scale upper limit
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
—
—
RWrn+B
Ch4
For extended area display
RWrn+C
Ch5
For extended area display
RWrn+D
Ch6
For extended area display
RWrn+E
Ch7
For extended area display
—
RWrn+F
Ch8
For extended area display
—
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—
—
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
List of remote register (RWw)
Data direction : Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 16 words
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
Ch1
Set value (SV)
0
0
RWwn+1
Ch2
Set value (SV)
RWwn+2
Ch3
Set value (SV)
RWwn+3
Ch4
Set value (SV)
RWwn+4
Ch5
Set value (SV)
RWwn+5
Ch6
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+6
Ch7
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+7
Ch8
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+8
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+9
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
Setting limiter lower
to
Setting limiter upper
0
0
0
RWwn+A
Ch3
For extended area setting
RWwn+B
Ch4
For extended area setting
RWwn+C
Ch5
For extended area setting
RWwn+D
Ch6
For extended area setting
RWwn+E
Ch7
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+F
Ch8
For extended area setting
—
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Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×1 setting (16Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 16 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3
Ch4
For extended area display
—
RWrn+4
Ch5
For extended area display
—
RWrn+5
Ch6
For extended area display
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
For extended area display
RWrn+7
Ch8
For extended area display
RWrn+8
Ch9
For extended area display
RWrn+9
Ch10
For extended area display
RWrn+A
Ch11
For extended area display
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
—
—
RWrn+B
Ch12
For extended area display
—
RWrn+C
Ch13
For extended area display
—
RWrn+D
Ch14
For extended area display
—
RWrn+E
Ch15
For extended area display
—
RWrn+F
Ch16
For extended area display
—
List of remote register (RWw)
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 16 words
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2
Ch3
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3
Ch4
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+4
Ch5
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+5
Ch6
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+6
Ch7
For extended area setting
RWwn+7
Ch8
For extended area setting
RWwn+8
Ch9
For extended area setting
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
RWwn+9
Ch10
For extended area setting
RWwn+A
Ch11
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+B
Ch12
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+C
Ch13
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+D
Ch14
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+E
Ch15
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+F
Ch16
For extended area setting
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (16Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 32 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+3
Ch4
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+4
Ch5
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+5
Ch6
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
Process value (PV)
RWrn+7
Ch8
Process value (PV)
RWrn+8
Ch9
Process value (PV)
RWrn+9
Ch10
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+A
Ch11
Process value (PV)
—
Input scale lower limit
to
Input scale upper limit
—
—
—
RWrn+B
Ch12
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+C
Ch13
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+D
Ch14
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+E
Ch15
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+F
Ch16
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+10
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+11
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+12
Ch3
For extended area display
—
RWrn+13
Ch4
For extended area display
—
RWrn+14
Ch5
For extended area display
—
RWrn+15
Ch6
For extended area display
—
RWrn+16
Ch7
For extended area display
RWrn+17
Ch8
For extended area display
RWrn+18
Ch9
For extended area display
RWrn+19
Ch10
For extended area display
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
—
—
RWrn+1A
Ch11
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1B
Ch12
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1C
Ch13
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1D
Ch14
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1E
Ch15
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1F
Ch16
For extended area display
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 32 words
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (16Ch allocation)
Factory-set
Data range
value
Ch1
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+1
Ch2
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+2
Ch3
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+3
Ch4
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+4
Ch5
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+5
Ch6
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+6
Ch7
Set value (SV)
RWwn+7
Ch8
Set value (SV)
RWwn+8
Ch9
Set value (SV)
RWwn+9
Ch10
Set value (SV)
Setting limit lower
to
Setting limit upper
0
0
0
0
RWwn+A
Ch11
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+B
Ch12
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+C
Ch13
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+D
Ch14
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+E
Ch15
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+F
Ch16
Set value (SV)
0
RWwn+10
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+11
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+12
Ch3
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+13
Ch4
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+14
Ch5
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+15
Ch6
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+16
Ch7
For extended area setting
RWwn+17
Ch8
For extended area setting
RWwn+18
Ch9
For extended area setting
RWwn+19
Ch10
For extended area setting
RWwn+1A
Ch11
For extended area setting
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
—
RWwn+1B
Ch12
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1C
Ch13
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1D
Ch14
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1E
Ch15
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1F
Ch16
For extended area setting
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (32Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 32 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3
Ch4
For extended area display
—
RWrn+4
Ch5
For extended area display
—
RWrn+5
Ch6
For extended area display
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
For extended area display
—
RWrn+7
Ch8
For extended area display
—
RWrn+8
Ch9
For extended area display
—
RWrn+9
Ch10
For extended area display
—
RWrn+A
Ch11
For extended area display
—
RWrn+B
Ch12
For extended area display
—
RWrn+C
Ch13
For extended area display
—
RWrn+D
Ch14
For extended area display
—
RWrn+E
Ch15
For extended area display
RWrn+F
Ch16
For extended area display
RWrn+10
Ch17
For extended area display
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
RWrn+11
Ch18
For extended area display
RWrn+12
Ch19
For extended area display
—
—
RWrn+13
Ch20
For extended area display
—
RWrn+14
Ch21
For extended area display
—
RWrn+15
Ch22
For extended area display
—
RWrn+16
Ch23
For extended area display
—
RWrn+17
Ch24
For extended area display
—
RWrn+18
Ch25
For extended area display
—
RWrn+19
Ch26
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1A
Ch27
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1B
Ch28
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1C
Ch29
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1D
Ch30
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1E
Ch31
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1F
Ch32
For extended area display
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
List of remote register (RWw)
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 32 words
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
4 stations occupied ×2 setting (32Ch allocation)
Factory-set
Data range
value
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2
Ch3
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3
Ch4
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+4
Ch5
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+5
Ch6
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+6
Ch7
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+7
Ch8
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+8
Ch9
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+9
Ch10
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+A
Ch11
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+B
Ch12
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+C
Ch13
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+D
Ch14
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+E
Ch15
For extended area setting
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
RWwn+F
Ch16
For extended area setting
RWwn+10
Ch17
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+11
Ch18
For extended area setting
RWwn+12
Ch19
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+13
Ch20
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+14
Ch21
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+15
Ch22
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+16
Ch23
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+17
Ch24
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+18
Ch25
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+19
Ch26
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1A
Ch27
For extended area setting
—
—
—
RWwn+1B
Ch28
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1C
Ch29
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1D
Ch30
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1E
Ch31
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1F
Ch32
For extended area setting
—
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4 stations occupied ×4 setting (32Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 64 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+3
Ch4
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+4
Ch5
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+5
Ch6
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+7
Ch8
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+8
Ch9
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+9
Ch10
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+A
Ch11
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+B
Ch12
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+C
Ch13
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+D
Ch14
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+E
Ch15
Process value (PV)
RWrn+F
Ch16
Process value (PV)
RWrn+10
Ch17
Process value (PV)
Input scale lower limit
to
Input scale upper limit
—
—
—
RWrn+11
Ch18
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+12
Ch19
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+13
Ch20
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+14
Ch21
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+15
Ch22
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+16
Ch23
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+17
Ch24
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+18
Ch25
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+19
Ch26
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1A
Ch27
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1B
Ch28
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1C
Ch29
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1D
Ch30
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1E
Ch31
Process value (PV)
—
RWrn+1F
Ch32
Process value (PV)
—
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4 stations occupied ×4 setting (32Ch allocation) Remote register (RWr)
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn+20
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+21
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+22
Ch3
For extended area display
—
RWrn+23
Ch4
For extended area display
—
RWrn+24
Ch5
For extended area display
—
RWrn+25
Ch6
For extended area display
—
RWrn+26
Ch7
For extended area display
—
RWrn+27
Ch8
For extended area display
—
RWrn+28
Ch9
For extended area display
—
RWrn+29
Ch10
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2A
Ch11
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2B
Ch12
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2C
Ch13
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2D
Ch14
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2E
Ch15
For extended area display
RWrn+2F
Ch16
For extended area display
RWrn+30
Ch17
For extended area display
RWrn+31
Ch18
For extended area display
RWrn+32
Ch19
For extended area display
—
RWrn+33
Ch20
For extended area display
—
RWrn+34
Ch21
For extended area display
—
RWrn+35
Ch22
For extended area display
—
RWrn+36
Ch23
For extended area display
—
RWrn+37
Ch24
For extended area display
—
RWrn+38
Ch25
For extended area display
—
RWrn+39
Ch26
For extended area display
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
—
—
RWrn+3A
Ch27
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3B
Ch28
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3C
Ch29
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3D
Ch30
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3E
Ch31
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3F
Ch32
For extended area display
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
List of remote register (RWw)
Data direction: Master station (PLC)→ CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 64 words
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (32Ch allocation)
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
Ch1
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1
Ch2
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+2
Ch3
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+3
Ch4
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+4
Ch5
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+5
Ch6
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+6
Ch7
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+7
Ch8
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+8
Ch9
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+9
Ch10
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+A
Ch11
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+B
Ch12
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+C
Ch13
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+D
Ch14
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+E
Ch15
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+F
Ch16
Set value (SV)
RWwn+10
Ch17
Set value (SV)
RWwn+11
Ch18
Set value (SV)
RWwn+12
Ch19
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+13
Ch20
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+14
Ch21
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+15
Ch22
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+16
Ch23
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+17
Ch24
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+18
Ch25
Set value (SV)
—
Setting limiter lower
to
Setting limiter upper
—
—
—
RWwn+19
Ch26
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1A
Ch27
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1B
Ch28
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1C
Ch29
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1D
Ch30
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1E
Ch31
Set value (SV)
—
RWwn+1F
Ch32
Set value (SV)
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (32Ch allocation) Remote register (RWw)
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWwn+20
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+21
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+22
Ch3
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+23
Ch4
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+24
Ch5
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+25
Ch6
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+26
Ch7
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+27
Ch8
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+28
Ch9
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+29
Ch10
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2A
Ch11
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2B
Ch12
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2C
Ch13
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2D
Ch14
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2E
Ch15
For extended area setting
RWwn+2F
Ch16
For extended area setting
RWwn+30
Ch17
For extended area setting
RWwn+31
Ch18
For extended area setting
RWwn+32
Ch19
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+33
Ch20
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+34
Ch21
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+35
Ch22
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+36
Ch23
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+37
Ch24
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+38
Ch25
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+39
Ch26
For extended area setting
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
—
RWwn+3A
Ch27
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3B
Ch28
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3C
Ch29
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3D
Ch30
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3E
Ch31
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3F
Ch32
For extended area setting
—
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4 stations occupied ×4 setting (64Ch allocation)
List of remote register (RWr)
Data direction: CC-Link communication module (remote device station ) → Master station (PLC)
Data capacity: 64 words
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn
Ch1
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1
Ch2
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2
Ch3
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3
Ch4
For extended area display
—
RWrn+4
Ch5
For extended area display
—
RWrn+5
Ch6
For extended area display
—
RWrn+6
Ch7
For extended area display
—
RWrn+7
Ch8
For extended area display
—
RWrn+8
Ch9
For extended area display
—
RWrn+9
Ch10
For extended area display
—
RWrn+A
Ch11
For extended area display
—
RWrn+B
Ch12
For extended area display
—
RWrn+C
Ch13
For extended area display
—
RWrn+D
Ch14
For extended area display
—
RWrn+E
Ch15
For extended area display
RWrn+F
Ch16
For extended area display
RWrn+10
Ch17
For extended area display
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
RWrn+11
Ch18
For extended area display
RWrn+12
Ch19
For extended area display
—
—
RWrn+13
Ch20
For extended area display
—
RWrn+14
Ch21
For extended area display
—
RWrn+15
Ch22
For extended area display
—
RWrn+16
Ch23
For extended area display
—
RWrn+17
Ch24
For extended area display
—
RWrn+18
Ch25
For extended area display
—
RWrn+19
Ch26
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1A
Ch27
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1B
Ch28
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1C
Ch29
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1D
Ch30
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1E
Ch31
For extended area display
—
RWrn+1F
Ch32
For extended area display
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (64Ch allocation) Remote register (RWr)
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWrn+20
Ch33
For extended area display
—
RWrn+21
Ch34
For extended area display
—
RWrn+22
Ch35
For extended area display
—
RWrn+23
Ch36
For extended area display
—
RWrn+24
Ch37
For extended area display
—
RWrn+25
Ch38
For extended area display
—
RWrn+26
Ch39
For extended area display
—
RWrn+27
Ch40
For extended area display
—
RWrn+28
Ch41
For extended area display
—
RWrn+29
Ch42
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2A
Ch43
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2B
Ch44
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2C
Ch45
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2D
Ch46
For extended area display
—
RWrn+2E
Ch47
For extended area display
RWrn+2F
Ch48
For extended area display
RWrn+30
Ch49
For extended area display
RWrn+31
Ch50
For extended area display
RWrn+32
Ch51
For extended area display
—
RWrn+33
Ch52
For extended area display
—
RWrn+34
Ch53
For extended area display
—
RWrn+35
Ch54
For extended area display
—
RWrn+36
Ch55
For extended area display
—
RWrn+37
Ch56
For extended area display
—
RWrn+38
Ch57
For extended area display
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for display data, RYn0 to RYn5 and
RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3.
—
—
—
—
RWrn+39
Ch58
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3A
Ch59
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3B
Ch60
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3C
Ch61
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3D
Ch62
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3E
Ch63
For extended area display
—
RWrn+3F
Ch64
For extended area display
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
List of remote register (RWw)
Data direction: Master station (PLC) → CC-Link communication module (remote device station)
Data capacity: 64 words
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (64Ch allocation)
Address
RWwn
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
Ch1
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1
Ch2
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2
Ch3
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3
Ch4
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+4
Ch5
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+5
Ch6
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+6
Ch7
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+7
Ch8
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+8
Ch9
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+9
Ch10
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+A
Ch11
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+B
Ch12
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+C
Ch13
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+D
Ch14
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+E
Ch15
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+F
Ch16
For extended area setting
RWwn+10
Ch17
For extended area setting
RWwn+11
Ch18
For extended area setting
RWwn+12
Ch19
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+13
Ch20
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+14
Ch21
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+15
Ch22
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+16
Ch23
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+17
Ch24
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+18
Ch25
For extended area setting
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
RWwn+19
Ch26
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1A
Ch27
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1B
Ch28
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1C
Ch29
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1D
Ch30
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1E
Ch31
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+1F
Ch32
For extended area setting
—
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5.4 List of Remote Register
4 stations occupied ×4 setting (64Ch allocation) Remote register (RWw)
Address
Communication items (Status)
Data range
Factory-set
value
RWwn+20
Ch33
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+21
Ch34
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+22
Ch35
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+23
Ch36
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+24
Ch37
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+25
Ch38
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+26
Ch39
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+27
Ch40
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+28
Ch41
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+29
Ch42
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2A
Ch43
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2B
Ch44
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2C
Ch45
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2D
Ch46
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+2E
Ch47
For extended area setting
RWwn+2F
Ch48
For extended area setting
RWwn+30
Ch49
For extended area setting
RWwn+31
Ch50
For extended area setting
RWwn+32
Ch51
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+33
Ch52
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+34
Ch53
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+35
Ch54
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+36
Ch55
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+37
Ch56
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+38
Ch57
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+39
Ch58
For extended area setting
—
Extension No. data specified by extension No.
configuration for setting data, RYn6 to RYnB and
RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B.
—
—
—
—
RWwn+3A
Ch59
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3B
Ch60
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3C
Ch61
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3D
Ch62
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3E
Ch63
For extended area setting
—
RWwn+3F
Ch64
For extended area setting
—
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5.5 Extension Number Setting
5.5 Extension Number Setting
Communication items dealt with in the extended area of remote register (RWr, RWw) are specified by extension numbers. Extension number is the number specified by remote output in order to select data dealt with in the remote register. Select necessary
data in the list of extension numbers, and set that extension number on the remote output, it will be able to be handled for remote
register (RWr, RWw).
About remote register, please refer to "5.4 List of Remote Register"
5-39
About extension numbers, please refer to "5.6 List of Extension Numbers"
5-57
When read out data (Extension number configuration for display)
Extension number for display is set by remote output, RYn0 to RYn5 and RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 7.
Bit image
RY (n+1) 7
RY (n+1) 6
RY (n+1) 5
RY (n+1) 4
RY (n+1) 3
RY (n+1) 2
RY (n+1) 1
RY (n+1) 0
bit13
bit12
bit11
bit10
bit9
bit8
bit7
bit6
RYn5
RYn4
RYn3
RYn2
RYn1
RYn0
bit5
bit4
bit3
bit2
bit1
bit0
Bit data: 0(OFF), 1(ON) [Decimal number representation: 0 to 1023]
When write data (Extension number configuration for setting)
Extension number for setting is set by remote output, RYn6 to RYnB and RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) F.
Bit image
RY (n+1) F
RY (n+1) E
RY (n+1) D
RY (n+1) C
RY (n+1) B
RY (n+1) A
RY (n+1) 9
RY (n+1) 8
bit13
bit12
bit11
bit10
bit9
bit8
bit7
bit6
RYnB
RYnA
RYn9
RYn8
RYn7
RYn6
bit5
bit4
bit3
bit2
bit1
bit0
Bit data: 0(OFF), 1(ON) [Decimal number representation: 0 to 1023]
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5.5 Extension Number Setting
Ex)When set [3] set value (SV) to the extension number for setting
Number of stations occupied/extended cyclic setting: 4 stations occupied ×1 setting
Extension No. 3: Set value (SV)
bit13
bit12
bit11
bit10
bit9
bit8
bit7
bit6
bit5
bit4
bit3
bit2
bit1
bit0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
RY (n+1) F
RY (n+1) E
RY (n+1) D
RY (n+1) C
RY (n+1) B
RY (n+1) A
RY (n+1) 9
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
RY (n+1) 8
RYnB
RYnA
RYn9
RYn8
RYn7
RYn6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Bit data: 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
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5.6 List of Extension Numbers
5.6 List of Extension Numbers
Figure of extension numbers for CC-Link communication module (0-511)
Extension
No.
0
RO
Process value (PV)
-5-105%FS
Factory set
value
―
1
RO
Output value (MV1)
-3.0-103.0%
―
2
RO
Heater current value [A]
0.0-50.0A
―
3
R/W
SV value
0-100%FS
0
4
R/W
Auto-tuning RUN command
0: Stop/End
0
Attribute
Contents
Read/Write data setting range
1: Normal type
2: Low PV type
R/W
Proportional band [P]
6
R/W
Integration time [I]
0-3200sec
240
7
R/W
Derivative time [D]
0.0-999.9sec
600
8
R/W
PV input shift
-10-10%FS
0
9
R/W
ALM1 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
R/W
ALM2 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
R/W
RUN/Standby SW
0: RUN
0
5
10
0.0-999.9%
50
•
17
1: Standby
18
19
R/W
Out1proportional cycle
1-120 sec.
1
R/W
Manual mode SW
0: Auto
0
1: Manual
20
R/W
MV value
-3.0-103.0%
―
21
R/W
SV limit (upper)
0-100%FS
100%FS
22
R/W
SV limit (lower)
0-100%FS
0%FS
23
R/W
PV input filter
0.0-120.0sec
2.0
24
R/W
CT [A] HB alarm set value
0.0-50.0(A)
0
25
R/W
Decimal point position
0-2
0
26
RO
Output value (MV2)
R/W
-3.0-103.0%
Cooling proportional band coefficient 0.0-100.0%
[cool]
―
27
R/W
Dead band
-50.0-50.0%
0
31
RO
SV value
0-100%FS
―
32
RO
Error source display
0-FFFF
―
R/W
Control algorithm
0: PID control
0 (PID)
•
29
10
•
•
34
1: Fuzzy control
2: PID control against open-loop
•
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5.6 List of Extension Numbers
Extension
No.
36
Attribute
R/W
Contents
PV input type
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
0: JPt100 (0-150)
7
1: JPt100 (-150-600)
2: Pt100 (0-150)
3: Pt100 (-150-300)
4: Pt100 (-150-850)
5: J (0-400)
6: J (0-800)
7: K (0-400))
8: K (0-800)
9: K (0-1200)
10: R (0-1600)
11: B (0-1800)
12: S (0-1600)
13: T (-199-400)
14: E (-199-800)
15: Not selectable
16: Not selectable
17: Not selectable
18: N (0-1300)
19: PL-2 (0-1300)
20: Not selectable
21: Voltage (0 to 5V)
22: Voltage (1 to 5V)
23: Voltage (0 to 10V)
24: Voltage (2 to 10V)
25: Not selectable
•
38
R/W
Direct/Reverse action setting
[MV1/MV2]
0: Heating (Reverse)/None
1: Heating (Direct) /None
0/2
(single/dual)
2: Heating (Reverse) /Cooling (Direct)
3: Heating (Direct) / Cooling (Reverse)
4: Heating (Reverse) /Cooling (Reverse)
5: Heating (Direct) / Cooling (Direct)
39
R/W
DO1 Output event type setting
0 - 102
5-70
0
40
R/W
DO2 Output event type setting
41
R/W
ALM1 hysteresis
0 - 102
0-50%FS
5-70
0
42
R/W
ALM2 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
43
R/W
DO1 option function setting
0
44
R/W
DO2 option function setting
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
46
R/W
MV1 upper limit
-3.0-103.0%
1030
47
R/W
MV1 lower limit
-3.0-103.0%
-30
1°C
0
•
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Extension
No.
•
Attribute
Contents
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
50
R/W
Loop break detection time
0-9999sec
0 (Off)
51
R/W
Loop break detection band
0-100%FS
10°C
54
R/W
ALM3 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
55
R/W
ALM4 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
56
R/W
DO3 output event type setting
0-102
5-70
0
57
R/W
DO4 output event type setting
0
58
R/W
ALM3 hysteresis
5-70
0-102
0-50%FS
59
R/W
ALM4 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
60
R/W
DO3 option function setting
0
61
R/W
DO4 option function setting
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
63
RO
Alarm1-5 status
0-001F
―
64
RO
RSV terminal input value
-500-10500
―
RO
Event input status
0-FFFF
―
RO
Heater current value 2
0.0-50.0A
―
R/W
Remote mode SW
0: Local
0
•
1°C
0
•
•
69
•
75
•
90
1: Remote
•
128
R/W
Output convergence value setting
-100.0-100.0%
148
R/W
RSV zero adjustment
-50-50%FS
0/5000
(single/dual)
0
150
R/W
RSV span adjustment
-50-50%FS
0
151
R/W
CT [B] HB alarm set value
0.0-50.0 (A)
0
R/W
Unit display
0: 0°C
°C
•
•
160
1: Not selectable
161
R/W
PV input upper limit
-1999-9999
100%FS
162
R/W
PV input lower limit
-1999-9999
0%FS
•
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5.6 List of Extension Numbers
Extension
No.
170
Attribute
R/W
Contents
DI-1 function select
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
0: (No function)
1: RUN/Standby SW
2: Auto/ Manual SW
3: Local/Remote SW
4: (No function)
5: (No function)
6: Start AT (Normal type)
7: Start AT (low PV type)
8: (No function)
9: (No function)
10: Ramp SV ON/OFF
11: Ramp SV Hold
12: (No function)
13: (No function)
14: (No function)
15: (No function)
16: (No function)
17: Alarm latch release command (All)
18: Alarm latch release command (DO1)
19: Alarm latch release command (DO2)
20: Alarm latch release command (DO3)
21: Alarm latch release command (DO4)
22: Alarm latch release command (DO5)
23: (No function)
24: (No function)
25: (No function)
26: Start timer (DO1)
27: Start timer (DO2)
0
28: Start timer (DO3)
29: Start timer (DO4)
30: Start timer (DO5)
31: (No function)
32: (No function)
33: (No function)
34: (No function)
35: (No function)
36: (No function)
37: (No function)
38: (No function)
39: (No function)
40: (No function)
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Extension
No.
Attribute
Contents
DI-1 function select
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
41: (No function)
42: (No function)
43: (No function)
44: (No function)
45: (No function)
46: (No function)
47: (No function)
48: (No function)
49: Output 1 shutdown
50: Output 2 shutdown
51: Output 3 shutdown
52: Output 4 shutdown
•
189
R/W
Standby mode setting
0: ALM=OFF
0
1: ALM=ON
190
R/W
Output type
0: Own St. PV
3
1: Own St. SV
2: Own St. DV
3: Own St. MV1
4: Own St. MV2
5: Other St. PV
6: Other St. SV
7: Other St. MV
191
R/W
Output scaling span
-100-100%
100
192
R/W
Output scaling base
-100-100%
0
R/W
ALM1 delay time
0 to 99min. 59sec./0 to 99hr 59min.
0
R/W
ALM2 delay time
0 to 99min. 59sec./0 to 99hr 59min.
0
R/W
ALM3 delay time
0 to 99min. 59sec./0 to 99hr 59min.
0
R/W
ALM4 delay time
0 to 99min. 59sec./0 to 99hr 59min.
0
R/W
FAULT MV1 set value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
254
R/W
MV2 upper limit
-3.0-103.0%
1030
255
R/W
MV2 lower limit
-3.0-103.0%
-30
258
R/W
Standby MV1 output value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
259
R/W
Standby MV2 output value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
•
203
•
207
•
211
•
215
•
246
•
•
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Figure of extension numbers for CC-Link communication module (512-1023)
Extension
No.
512
Attribute
Contents
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
R/W
SV value
0-100%FS
0
513
R/W
MV value
-3.0-103.0%
-
514
R/W
Manual mode SW
0: Auto
0
1: Manual
515
R/W
RUN/Standby SW
516
R/W
Remote mode SW
0: RUN
0
1: Standby
0: Local
0
1: Remote
•
518
R/W
Auto tuning RUN command
0: Stop/End
0
1: Normal type
2: Low PV type
519
R/W
DO output latch release command
0: OFF
0
1: Latch release
•
532
R/W
ALM1 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
533
R/W
ALM1 set value2
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
534
R/W
ALM2 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
535
R/W
ALM2 set value2
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
536
R/W
ALM3 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
537
R/W
ALM3set value2
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
538
R/W
ALM4 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
539
R/W
ALM4 set value2
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
540
R/W
ALM5 set value1
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
541
R/W
ALM5 set value2
-100%-100%FS
2.5%FS
552
R/W
Proportional band [P]
0.0-999.9%
50
553
R/W
Integration time [I]
0-3200sec
240
554
R/W
Derivation time [D]
0.0-999.9sec
600
555
R/W
ON/OFF control hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
556
R/W
10
557
R/W
Cooling proportional band coefficient 0.0-100.0%
[Cool]
Dead band
-50.0%-50.0%
558
R/W
Output convergence value
-100.0%-100.0%
0
559
R/W
Anti-reset windup [ARW]
0-100%FS
100%FS
560
R/W
Direct/Reverse action setting
[MV1/MV2]
0: Reverse/None
0
•
0
1: Direct/None
2: Reverse/Direct
3: Direct/Reverse
4: Reverse/Reverse
5: Direct/Direct
•
571
R/W
SV limit (lower)
0-100%FS
0%FS
572
R/W
SV limit (upper)
0-100%FS
100%FS
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Extension
No.
573
R/W
MV1 lower limit
-3.0-103.0%
Factory set
value
-30
574
R/W
MV1 upper limit
-3.0-103.0%
1030
575
R/W
MV2 lower limit
-3.0-103.0%
-30
576
R/W
MV2 upper limit
-3.0-103.0%
1030
577
R/W
Output limiter type setting
0-15
Attribute
Contents
Read/Write data setting range
5-75
0
•
661
RO
Process value (PV)
-5-105%FS
―
662
RO
SV value
0-100%FS
―
663
RO
DV
-105-105%FS%
―
664
RO
Output value (MV1)
-3.0-103.0%
―
665
RO
Output value (MV2)
-3.0-103.0%
―
666
RO
RSV terminal input value
-500-10500
―
667
RO
RCJtemp
-3276.7-3276.7%
―
668
RO
Heater current value [A]
0.0-50.0A
―
669
RO
Heater current value [B]
0.0-50.0A
―
673
RO
Error source display
0-FFFF
―
674
RO
Alarm 1-5 status
0-001F
―
675
RO
Event input status
0-FFFF
―
676
RO
Remaining time on timer1
0 to 99min.59sec./0 to 99hr.59min.
―
677
RO
Remaining time on timer2
0 to 99min.59sec./0 to 99hr.59min.
―
678
RO
Remaining time on timer3
0 to 99min.59sec./0 to 99hr.59min.
―
679
RO
Remaining time on timer4
0 to 99min.59sec./0 to 99hr.59min.
―
680
RO
Remaining time on timer5
0 to 99min.59sec./0 to 99hr.59min.
―
•
•
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Extension
No.
714
Attribute
R/W
Contents
PV input type
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
0: JPt100 (0-150)
7
1: JPt100 (-150-600)
2: Pt100 (0-150)
3: Pt100 (-150-300)
4: Pt100 (-150-850)
5: J (0-400)
6: J (0-800)
7: K (0-400))
8: K (0-800)
9: K (0-1200)
10: R (0-1600)
11: B (0-1800)
12: S (0-1600)
13: T (-199-400)
14: E (-199-800)
15: Not selectable
16: Not selectable
17: Not selectable
18: N (0-1300)
19: PL-2 (0-1300)
20: Not selectable
21: Voltage (0 to 5V)
22: Voltage (0 to 5V)
23: Voltage (1 to 5V)
24: Voltage (0 to 10V)
25: Voltage (2 to 10V)
715
R/W
PV input lower
-1999-9999
0%FS
716
R/W
PV input upper
-1999-9999
100%FS
717
R/W
Decimal point position
0-2
0
718
R/W
Unit display
°C
719
R/W
PV input shift
0: °C
1: Not selectable
-10-10%FS
720
R/W
SV set value shift
-50-50%FS
0
721
R/W
PV input filter
0.0-120.0sec
0
722
R/W
PV display zero adjustment
-50-50%FS
0
723
R/W
PV display span adjustment
-50-50%FS
0
724
R/W
Cold junction compensation
0: OFF
1 (ON)
0
1: ON
725
R/W
RSV zero adjustment
-50-50%FS
0
726
R/W
RSVSpan adjustment
-50-50%FS
0
R/W
RSV input filter
0.0-120.0sec
0
•
728
•
730
R/W
Remote input master St. No.
0 to 255 St
0
731
R/W
Remote input master Ch. No.
1 to 4 loop
1
732
R/W
FAULT MV1 set value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
733
R/W
FAULT MV2 set value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
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Extension
No.
734
R/W
Soft start MV1 set value
-3.0-103.0%
Factory set
value
1030
735
R/W
Soft start MV2 set value
-3.0-103.0%
1030
Attribute
Contents
Read/Write data setting range
736
R/W
Soft start time
0 to 99hr.59min.
0
737
R/W
Standby MV1 output value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
738
R/W
Standby MV2 output value
-3.0-103.0%
-30
739
R/W
Standby mode setting
0: ALM=OFF
0
1: ALM=ON
•
743
R/W
Linkage operation master St. No.
0 to 255 St
0
744
R/W
Linkage operation master Ch. No.
1 to 4 loop
1
R/W
DI-1 function select
0: (No function)
0
•
765
1: RUN/Standby SW
2: Auto/ Manual SW
3: Local/Remote SW
4: (No function)
5: (No function)
6: Start AT (Normal type)
7: Start AT (Low PV type)
8: (No function)
9: (No function)
10: Ramp SV ON/OFF
11: Ramp SV Hold
12: (No function)
13: (No function)
14: (No function)
15: (No function)
16: (No function)
17: Alarm latch release command (All)
18: Alarm latch release command (DO1)
19: Alarm latch release command (DO2)
20: Alarm latch release command (DO3)
21: Alarm latch release command (DO4)
22: Alarm latch release command (DO5)
23: (No function)
24: (No function)
25: (No function)
26: Start timer (DO1)
27: Start timer (DO2)
28: Start timer (DO3)
29: Start timer (DO4)
30: Start timer (DO5)
31: (No function)
32: (No function)
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Extension
No.
Attribute
Contents
DI-1 function select
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
33: (No function)
34: (No function)
35: (No function)
36: (No function)
37: (No function)
38: (No function)
39: (No function)
40: (No function)
41: (No function)
42: (No function)
43: (No function)
44: (No function)
45: (No function)
46: (No function)
47: (No function)
48: (No function)
49: Output1 shutdown
50: Output2 shutdown
51: Output3 shutdown
52: Output4 shutdown
766
R/W
DI-2 function select
0-52
0
767
R/W
DI-4 function select
0-52
0
768
R/W
DI-5 function select
0-52
0
769
R/W
DO1 output event type setting
0
770
R/W
DO1 option function setting
771
R/W
DO2 output event type setting
772
R/W
DO2 option function setting
773
R/W
DO3 output event type setting
774
R/W
DO3 option function setting
775
R/W
DO4 output event type setting
776
R/W
DO4 option function setting
777
R/W
DO5 output event type setting
778
R/W
DO5 option function setting
5-70
0-102
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
5-70
0-102
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
5-70
0-102
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
5-70
0-102
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
5-70
0-102
bit 0: Alarm latch function
bit 1: Error input alarm function
bit 2: Non-excitation output function
bit 3: Hold reset function
5-66
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Extension
No.
779
Attribute
R/W
Contents
Ramp SV ON/OFF
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
0: OFF
1
1: ON
780
R/W
Ramp SV decline
0-100%FS
0
781
R/W
Ramp SV incline
0-100%FS
0
782
R/W
Ramp SV slope time units
0: Slope deg/hr.
0 (hr.)
1: Slope deg/min.
•
784
R/W
Control algorithm
0: PID control
0 (Pid)
1: Fuzzy control
2: PID control against open-loop
•
786
R/W
ON/OFF hysteresis setting
0: OFF
1 (ON)
1: ON
•
789
R/W
Mode at startup
0: Auto
0
1: Manual
2: Remote
3: Standby
•
799
R/W
ALM1 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
800
R/W
ALM1 delay time
0
801
R/W
ALM1 delay time units
0 to 99min.59sec.
/0 to 99hr.59min.
0: sec.
0 (sec.)
1: min.
802
R/W
ALM2 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
803
R/W
ALM2 delay time
0
804
R/W
ALM2 delay time units
0 to 99min.59sec.
/0 to 99hr.59min.
0: sec.
0 (sec.)
1: min.
805
R/W
ALM3 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
806
R/W
ALM3 delay time
0
807
R/W
ALM3 delay time units
0 to 99min.59sec.
/0 to 99hr.59min.
0: sec.
0 (sec.)
1: min.
808
R/W
ALM4 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
809
R/W
ALM4 delay time
0
810
R/W
ALM4 delay time units
0 to 99min.59sec.
/0 to 99hr.59min.
0: sec.
0 (sec.)
1: min.
811
R/W
ALM5 hysteresis
0-50%FS
1°C
812
R/W
ALM5 delay time
0
813
R/W
ALM5 delay time units
0 to 99min.59sec.
/0 to 99hr.59min.
0: sec.
0 (sec.)
1: min.
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Extension
No.
814
Attribute
Contents
Factory set
value
Read/Write data setting range
R/W
Object Ch. No. for interchannel ALM1
1-4Ch.
1
815
R/W
Object Ch. No. for interchannel ALM2
1-4Ch.
1
816
R/W
Object Ch. No. for interchannel ALM3
1-4Ch.
1
817
R/W
Object Ch. No. for interchannel ALM4
1-4Ch.
1
818
R/W
Object Ch. No. for interchannel ALM5
1-4Ch.
1
819
R/W
Ch1HB alarm set value
0.0-50.0 (A)
0
820
R/W
Ch1HB alarm hysteresis
0.0-50.0 (A)
5
821
R/W
Ch1 load short-circuit alarm set value
0.0-50.0 (A)
0
822
R/W
Ch1 load short-circuit alarm hysteresis 0.0-50.0 (A)
5
823
R/W
Ch2HB alarm set value
0.0-50.0 (A)
0
824
R/W
Ch2HB alarm hysteresis
0.0-50.0 (A)
5
825
R/W
Ch2 load short-circuit alarm set value
0.0-50.0 (A)
0
826
R/W
Ch2 load short-circuit alarm hysteresis 0.0-50.0 (A)
5
827
R/W
Loop break detection time
0-9999sec
0 (OFF)
828
R/W
Loop break detection band
0-100%FS
10°C
R/W
Control when input burnout is
detected
0: OFF
0
Current output range
0: (No function)
•
843
1: ON
•
855
R/W
5
1: (No function)
2: (No function)
3: (No function)
4: 0-20mA
5: 4-20mA
856
R/W
Out1 proportion cycle
1-120sec.
1
857
R/W
Output type
0: Own St. PV
3
1: Own St. SV
2: Own St. DV
3: Own St. MV1
4: Own St. MV2
5: Other St. PV
6: Other St. SV
7: Other St. MV
858
R/W
Output master St.
0 to 255 Station
0
859
R/W
Output master Ch.
1 to 4 loop
1
860
R/W
Output scaling span
-100 - 100%
100%
861
R/W
Output scaling base
-100 - 100%
0%
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Further notes on the data of extension numbers list
Further notes on the list are shown below.
PV input type
The setting limits of input range and decimal point position according to the input type set value are as follows.
Input type
Input code
Measurable range
Decimal point position
setting limit
[°C]
[°C]
Resistance bulb
0
0 to 150
1
1
-150 to 600
1
2
0 to 150
1
3
-150 to 300
1
4
-150 to 850
1
5
0 to 400
1
6
0 to 800
1
7
0 to 400
1
8
0 to 800
1
9
0 to 1200
0
R
10
0 to 1600
0
B
11
0 to 1800
0
S
12
0 to 1600
0
T
13
-199 to 400
1
E
14
-199 to 800
1
N
18
0 to 1300
0
PL-II
19
0 to 1300
0
DC0-5V
21
DC1-5V
22
DC0-10V
23
DC2-10V
24
JPT100Ω
Pt100Ω
J
K
Thermocouple
DC voltage
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2
2
2
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DO output event type setting
Select the event number for the DO output event type from the table below.
• No event
Event category
Event No.
Event type
Behavior diagram
―
0
OFF
―
Event type
Behavior diagram
• Alarm event
Event category
Event No.
PV
1
Upper limit absolute
ALM set value 1
t
PV
2
Lower limit absolute
ALM set value 1
t
PV absolute alarm
PV
3
Upper limit absolute with hold
ALM set value 1
t
PV
4
Lower limit absolute with hold
ALM set value 1
t
PV
5
Upper limit deviation
ALM set value 1
SV
t
PV
6
Lower limit deviation
SV
ALM set value 1
t
PV
7
Upper/lower limit deviation
SV
ALM set value 1
t
Deviation alarm
PV
8
Upper limit deviation with hold
ALM set value 1
SV
t
9
Lower limit deviation with hold
PV
SV
ALM set value 1
t
PV
10
Upper/lower limit deviation with hold
ALM set value 1
SV
t
Range alarm1
11
Range upper/lower limit deviation
PV
ALM set value 1
SV
t
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Event category
Event No.
Event type
Behavior diagram
PV
16
Upper/lower limit absolute
17
Upper/lower limit deviation
18
Upper limit absolute, lower limit
deviation
PV
Upper limit deviation, lower limit
absolute
PV
19
20
Upper/lower limit absolute with hold
21
Upper/lower limit deviation with hold
Upper / lower limit
alarm
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
PV
SV
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
SV
PV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
PV
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
Upper limit absolute, lower limit
deviation with hold
PV
Upper limit deviation, lower limit
absolute with hold
PV
23
24
Range upper/lower limit absolute
25
Range upper/lower limit deviation
26
Range upper limit absolute, lower limit
deviation
PV
27
Range upper limit deviation, lower limit
absolute
PV
28
Range upper/lower limit absolute with
hold
PV
29
Range upper/lower limit deviation with
hold
PV
30
Range upper limit deviation, lower limit
absolute with hold
PV
31
Range upper limit absolute, lower limit
absolute with hold
PV
22
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
PV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
PV
SV
SV
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
Range alarm 2
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ALM set value 1
t
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
SV
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
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Event category
Event No.
32
Event type
SV upper limit
Behavior diagram
SV
ALM set value 1
t
SV alarm
33
SV lower limit
SV
ALM set value 1
t
34
SV upper/lower limit
35
MV upper limit (heat)
SV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
MV
ALM set value 1
t
36
MV lower limit (heat)
MV
ALM set value 1
t
37
MV upper/lower limit (heat)
38
MV upper limit (cool))
MV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
MV alarm
MV
ALM set value 1
t
39
MV lower limit (cool)
MV
ALM set value 1
t
40
MV upper/lower limit (cool)
41
Interchannel upper limit deviation
MV
ALM set value 2
ALM set value 1
t
DVc(=PV-PVn)
ALM set value 1
t
DVc(=PV-PVn)
42
Interchannel lower limit deviation
t
0
ALM set value1
43
Interchannel upper/lower limit deviation
44
Interchannel upper limit deviation with
hold
Interchannel PV
deviation alarm
45
46
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Interchannel lower limit deviation with
hold
Interchannel upper/lower limit deviation
with hold
DVc(=PV-PVn)
0
+ ALM set value1
t
– ALM set value1
DVc(=PV-PVn)
ALM set value 1
t
DVc(=PV-PVn)
0
t
ALM set value1
DVc(=PV-PVn)
0
+ ALM set value1
t
– ALM set value1
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Event category
Break/short-circuit
alarm
Event No.
Event type
61
Loop break alarm
64
CT[A] HB alarm
65
CT[B] HB alarm
66
CT[A] HB alarm or CT[B] HB alarm
67
CT[A] load short-circuit alarm
68
CT[B] load short-circuit alarm
69
CT[A] load short-circuit alarm or CT[B]
load short-circuit alarm
Behavior diagram
―
―
―
Point
• When selecting an event type with either of upper limit or lower limit only, the event always refers to “ALM set value 1”.
• Event No.11 detects whether both negative and positive deviation between PV and SV is within the range of "ALM set value1".
Event No.13 detects whether deviation between PV and SV is within "ALM set value1" on the positive side and "ALM set value
2" on the negative side.
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• Events other than alarms
Event category
Event No.
52
Event type
ON delay timer
Behavior diagram
Di
ALM
dLYn
Timer code
53
OFF delay timer
Di
ALM
dLYn
54
ON/OFF delay timer
Di
ALM
dLYn
dLYn
Condition output
71
During auto-tuning
―
72
Normal Operation
―
73
Standby
―
74
Manual Mode operating
―
75
Remote SV operating
―
76
During ramp SV
―
Relevant parameters
 ALM set value1/ ALM set value2
 Event delay time
 Event delay time unit
 ALM hysteresis
 DO option
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Output limiter type setting
Set value
MV1
MV2
Lower limits
Upper limits
Lower limits
Upper limits
0
-3.0%
103%
-3.0%
103%
1
Lower limits
103%
-3.0%
103%
2
-3.0%
Upper limits
-3.0%
103%
3
Lower limits
Upper limits
-3.0%
103%
4
-3.0%
103%
Lower limits
103%
5
Lower limits
103%
Lower limits
103%
6
-3.0%
Upper limits
Lower limits
103%
7
Lower limits
Upper limits
Lower limits
103%
8
-3.0%
103%
-3.0%
Upper limits
9
Lower limits
103%
-3.0%
Upper limits
10
-3.0%
Upper limits
-3.0%
Upper limits
11
Lower limits
Upper limits
-3.0%
Upper limits
12
-3.0%
103%
Lower limits
Upper limits
13
Lower limits
103%
Lower limits
Upper limits
14
-3.0%
Upper limits
Lower limits
Upper limits
15
Lower limits
Upper limits
Lower limits
Upper limits
The output changes according to the limit, as follows.
Output value
(processed)
103%
Upper limit
No limit
Limit
Limit
Lower limit
No limit
Upper limit
-3%
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Output value
(unprocessed)
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5.7 CC-Link Flag Operation
5.7 CC-Link Flag Operation
Flag operations for remote input/output or remote register are shown below.
Ex) When the setting for number of stations occupied/extended cyclic is 4-stations occupied ×1 (8Ch allocation)
Request for initialization when the power is on
Request for initialization by the remote device station (PUM module)
When the power is on, initialization is completed on PUM module, and then the request flag for initial data processing [RX (n+7)
8] will be ON. As a result, turn ON the completion flag for initial data processing [RY (n+7) 8]. [RX (n+7) 8] will be OFF. When the
PUM module comes to be in the ready status, remote ready [RX (n+1) B] will be ON.
Request flag for initial
data processing [RX(n+7)8]
ON
OFF
Completion flag for initial
data processing [RY(n+7)8]
ON
OFF
Remote Ready
[RX(n+7)B]
ON
OFF
Request for initial setting by the master station (PLC)
This is the request for initial setting from the master station to PUM module. Since there is any initial data especially, no process
is necessary.
Request flag for initial
data setting [RY (n+7) 9]
ON
OFF
Completion flag for initial
data setting [RY (n+7) 9]
ON
OFF
Remote Ready
[RX (n+7) B]
ON
OFF
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Error flag/Error reset
If the error flag [RX (n+7) A] is ON, error codes are stored in the remote register.
If the request flag for error reset [RY (n+7) A] will be ON when error occurs, [RX (n+7) A] comes to be OFF to clear the error code.
If switch [RY (n+7) A] to OFF after that, remote ready comes to be ON.
Error flag
[RX (n+7) A]
ON
OFF
Error reset request flag
[RY (n+7) A]
ON
OFF
Remote Ready
[RX (n+7) B]
ON
OFF
Switch the extension number for display
Switch the content of extended display for remote register.
After setting the extension number for display [Ryn0 to Ryn5] and [RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3], switch the extended display flag
[RYnC] to ON. Then, check that data display of the remote register [RWrn + B to RWrn +F] will end, and extended display completion [RXnC] comes to be ON, prior to switch OFF the extended display flag [RYnC]. When the extended display flag [RYnC] comes
to be OFF, the extended display completion [RXnC] will be OFF.
ON
Extension No. for display
[RYn0~RYn5],
[RY (n+1) 0 to RY (n+1) 3] OFF
Extended display flag
[RYnC]
Extension No. 0
Extension No. 1
ON
OFF
Extended display completion
[RXnC]
ON
OFF
Remote register
[RWrn+8 to RWrn+F]
ON
OFF
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Extension No. 1
(RO data is automatically updated.)
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Switch the extension number for setting
Switch the content of extension configuration for remote register and change the set value.
After setting the extension number for setting [RYn6 to RYnB] and [RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B], switch the extension configuration
flag [RYnD] ON. Then, check that the contents of remote register [RWwn + 8 to RWwn +F] will end, and extension configuration
completion [RXnD] comes to be ON, prior to switch OFF the extension configuration flag [RYnD]. When the extension configuration
flag [RYnD] comes to be OFF, the extension configuration completion [RXnD] will be OFF.
Extension number for setting
[RYn6~RYnB],
[RY (n+1) 8 to RY (n+1) B]
ON
OFF
ON
Extension configuration flag
[RYnD]
OFF
ON
Extension configuration completion
[RXnD]
OFF
ON
Remote register
[RWwn+8 to RWwn+F]
OFF
Data acceptance
Data acceptance
Start AT (Example of Channel 1)
Switch processing of extension number for setting by writing [1] to the remote register [RWwn +8].
When AT command is received, PID/AT switch status [RXn4] comes to be ON and get into AT status. When finish AT, [RXn4]
switches OFF and the remote register will back to "0".
Remote register [RWwn+8]
(Extension No. 4: PID/AT SW)
Extension configuration flag
[RYnD]
Data =1
ON
OFF
Extension configuration completion
[RXnD]
ON
OFF
PID/AT SW status
[RXn4]
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ON
(AT)
OFF
(PID)
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5.8 Sample program
5.8 Sample program
A sample program for reading and writing data that runs on Mitsubishi sequencer, MELSEC, is distributed in our home page.
The sample program is meant to be used as a reference for your own program creation, and therefore all its actions are not guaranteed.
Sample program body can be downloaded from our home page indicated below.
Home page address: http://www.fic-net.jp/
CC-Link sample PG_V10
Sequencer design / maintenance tool
GX Developer Version 8.30G
Sequencer
MELSEC series (Q00CPU)
Note
• GX Developer Version 8.30G is the registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
• MELSEC is the registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Fuji Electric Systems Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for damages or infringement upon third party rights as a result of using
this sample program. Use this program while conforming to the contents of the agreement listed within.
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1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
3 Installation
Troubleshooting procedures........................6-3
6.1
4 Enhanced Communication Function Setting
5 Communication Devices
6 Troubleshooting
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6.1 Troubleshooting procedures
6.1 Troubleshooting procedures
The following table lists troubles that may occur during communication and those solutions.
Troubles
Causes
Solutions
Read/Write on the control module
is not available despite the fact that
Remote Ready signal is ON.
(Green PWR lamp of the control
module is lighted)
Communication permission setting is
incorrect.
Set communication permission setting of
modules other than CC-Link module to
"connected" and restart.
Internal communications between
modules are in the abnormal status.
Improve PWR lamp from red to green.
<About LED indicator display>
“PWR” indicator of the module LED that
connected laterally might comes to be red
by one of the following status.
• More than 2 out of modules connected
laterally, which have the same St. No.
• More than 2 out of modules connected
laterally, which are set “Master/slave setting for internal communications between
modules” to “0: Master”.
• The module that has the St. No. set to the
output master St. or DI input master St. is
nonexistent.
Faulty wiring of CC-Link cables
Check CC-Link wiring.
Miscompare of communication speed
setting
Check the communication speed of PLC
and the communication module. (St. No.
configuration SW)
Miscompare setting of number of stations occupied/extended cyclic
Check the PLC soft definition and communication module DIP SW.
Incorrect setting of communication
St. No.
Check communication module St. No is in
the 1 to 61 range, and 1 is set to the first
unit.
Read/Write on the control module
is not available despite the fact that
Remote Ready signal is ON.
(Red PWR lamp of the control module is lighted)
Data is not updated.
Hardware error flag is ON.
MODBUS communication error occurred
Check that the modules other than CC-Link
are connected firmly.
• Connection part of modules’ lateral connection. (Connection among backboard)
• Connection of the main unit and backboard.
Check if something wrong with the modules’ hardware other than CC-Link.
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Index
Numeral
I
4 stations occupied ×1 setting… …… 1-9,4-5,5-9,5-40,5-42
Insulation… …………………………………………… 3,3-15
4 stations occupied ×2 setting… … 1-9,4-5,5-15,5-43,5-45
Internal communications between modules………… 2-3,6-3
4 stations occupied ×4 setting… … 1-9,4-5,5-24,5-47,5-51
L
A
LED indicator…………………………………… 1-5,1-6,6-3
Accessories… ……………………………………… 1-4,3-11
Loader communication port… ………… 1-5,1-6,1-7,4-6,4-8
Loader connecting cable………………………… 1-4,1-7,3-3
B
Lock lever… …………………………………………… 3-6,3-7
Base part… ………………… 1-5,1-10,3-6,3-7,3-8,3-12,3-17
C
Locking tab… …………………………… 1-10,3-8,3-9,3-12
M
CC-Link Partner Association… …………………… 3-14,3-15
Master/Slave setting… …………………………… 3-10,6-3
CC-Link special cable…… 1-8,3-13,3-14,3-15,3-16,4-4,5-3
Maximum transmission distance… …………… 1-8,3-14,4-4
Channel allocation… ……………………………………… 4-6
Model code… ……………………………………………… 1-4
Communication conditions………………………………… 3-4
Mounting screw………………………………………… 3-12
Communication speed……………………… 1-8,3-14,4-3,4-4
Mounting screw hole… …………………………… 1-10,3-12
Communication speed setting… …… 1-5,1-8,3-14,4-4,6-3
Communication terminal number… …………………… 3-15
O
Crimp terminal… ………………………………………… 3-17
D
Output limiter type setting… …………………………… 5-75
P
Dimensions… ……………………………………………… 3-5
PLC……………………… 3-3,3-4,3-13,4-7,4-9,5-4,5-76,6-3
DO output event type setting…………………………… 5-70
Power terminal……………………………………… 1-5,3-17
Power terminal block… ………………………………… 1-10
E
PUM parameter loader … ………………… 1-7,3-3,4-6,4-8
Endplate……………………………………………… 1-4,3-11
PV input type……………………………………………… 5-69
Error flag… ………………………………… 5-3,5-4,5-77,6-3
Error reset………………………………………………… 5-77
R
Extension number… ……… 5-4,5-55,5-57,5-69,5-77,5-78
Recommended power supply…………………………………4
Extension number for display………………… 5-4,5-55,5-77
Remote device station…………………………… 4-3,5-3,5-76
Extension number for setting………………… 5-4,5-55,5-78
Remote input……………………………………… 5-3,5-4,5-8
Remote output… …………………………… 5-3,5-4,5-8,5-55
F
Remote register… ……………………………………… 5-3,
Flag operation… ………………………………………… 5-76
Front terminal block……………………………… 1-5,1-6,3-6
Request for initial processing…………………………… 5-76
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S
Sample program… ……………………………………… 5-79
Setting for number of stations occupied /
extended cyclic … ……………………… 1-5,1-8,1-9,4-5,6-3
Side connecting terminal cover…………………… 1-4,3-11
Side connector…………………………… 1-5,1-10,3-9,3-11
Signal description………………………………………… 3-15
Start AT… ………………………………………………… 5-78
Station number…………………………………… 2-3,3-10,6-3
Station number setting… ………………… 1-5,1-6,1-7,4-3
System configuration… …………………………………… 2-3
T
Terminal…………………………………………………… 3-15
Terminal layout…………………………………………… 3-17
Terminal residence… ……………………………… 3-13,3-16
W
Wiring for power supply… ……………………………… 3-17
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