Appendix D - AutomationDirect

Appendix D - AutomationDirect
SPECIAL RELAYS
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DL230 CPU Special Relays
Startup and Real-Time Relays
SP0
First scan
On for the first scan after a power cycle or program to run transition only. The relay is
reset to off on the second scan. It is useful where a function needs to be performed
only on program startup.
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
Always ON
Provides a contact to insure an instruction is executed every scan.
Always OFF
Provides a contact that is always off
1 minute clock
On for 30 seconds and off for 30 seconds.
1 second clock
On for 0.5 second and off for 0.5 second.
100 ms clock
On for 50 ms. and off for 50 ms.
50 ms clock
On for 25 ms. and off for 25 ms.
Alternate scan
On every other scan.
CPU Status Relays
SP12
SP16
SP20
SP22
Terminal run mode
On when the CPU is in the run mode.
Terminal program mode
On when the CPU is in the program mode.
Forced stop mode
On when the STOP instruction is executed.
Interrupt enabled
On when interrupts have been enabled using the ENI instruction.
System Monitoring
SP40
SP41
SP43
SP44
Critical error
On when a critical error such as I/O communication loss has occurred.
Warning
On when a non critical error such as a low battery has occurred.
Battery low
On when the CPU battery voltage is low (only if bit 12 of V7633 is set).
Program memory error
On when a memory error such as a memory parity error has occurred.
SP45
I/O error
On when an I/O error occurs. For example, an I/O module is withdrawn from the
base, or an I/O bus error is detected.
SP47
I/O configuration error
On if an I/O configuration error has occurred. The CPU power-up I/O configuration
check must be enabled before this relay will be functional.
SP50
SP51
Fault instruction
On when a Fault Instruction is executed.
Watch Dog timeout
On if the CPU Watch Dog timer times out.
SP52
Grammatical error
On if a grammatical error has occurred, either while the CPU is running or if the
syntax check is run. V7755 will hold the exact error code.
SP53
Solve logic error
On if CPU cannot solve the logic.
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Accumulator Status
SP60
SP61
SP62
SP63
SP64
SP65
SP66
SP67
SP70
Value less than
On when the accumulator value is less than the instruction value.
Value equal to
On when the accumulator value is equal to the instruction value.
Greater than
On when the accumulator value is greater than the instruction value.
Zero
On when the result of the instruction is zero (in the accumulator).
Half borrow
On when the 16-bit subtraction instruction results in a borrow.
Borrow
On when the 32-bit subtraction instruction results in a borrow.
Half carry
On when the 16-bit addition instruction results in a carry.
Carry
On when the 32-bit addition instruction results in a carry.
Sign
On anytime the value in the accumulator is negative.
SP71
Invalid octal number
On when an Invalid octal number was entered. This also occurs when the V-memory
specified by a pointer (P) is not valid.
SP73
Overflow
On if overflow occurs in the accumulator when a signed addition or subtraction
results in an incorrect sign bit.
SP74
SP75
SP76
Underflow
On anytime a math operation results in an underflow error.
Data error
On if a BCD number is expected and a non–BCD number is encountered.
Load zero
On when any instruction loads a value of zero into the accumulator.
Counter Interface Module Relays
SP100
XO is on
XO - On when corresponding input is on.
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Equal Relays for Multi-step Presets with Up/Down Counter #1 / DL230
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SP540
SP541
SP542
SP543
SP544
SP545
SP546
SP547
SP550
SP551
SP552
SP553
SP554
SP555
SP556
SP557
SP560
SP561
SP562
SP563
SP564
SP565
SP566
SP567
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Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3630.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3632.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3634.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3636.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3640.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3642.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3644.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3646.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3650.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3652.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3654.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3656.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3660.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3662.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3664.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3666.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3670.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3672.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3674.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3676.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3700.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3702.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3704.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3706.
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DL240/DL250-1/DL260 CPU Special Relays
Startup and Real-Time Relays
SP0
First scan
On for the first scan after a power cycle or program to run transition only. The relay is
reset to off on the second scan. It is useful where a function needs to be performed
only on program startup.
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
SP5
SP6
SP7
Always ON
Provides a contact to insure an instruction is executed every scan.
Always OFF
Provides a contact that is always off.
1 minute clock
On for 30 seconds and off for 30 seconds.
1 second clock
On for 0.5 second and off for 0.5 second.
100 ms clock
On for 50 ms. and off for 50 ms.
50 ms clock
On for 25 ms. and off for 25 ms.
Alternate scan
On every other scan.
CPU Status Relays
SP11
SP12
SP13
Forced run mode
On anytime the CPU switch is in the RUN position.
Terminal run mode
On when the CPU switch is in the TERM position and the CPU is in the RUN mode.
Test run mode
On when the CPU switch is in the TERM position and the CPU is in the test RUN mode.
SP14
Break Relay 1
(DL250-1/260)
On when the BREAK instruction is executed. It is OFF when the CPU is in any other
mode.
SP15
Test program mode
On when the CPU is in the TERM position and the CPU is in the TEST PROGRAM
MODE.
SP16
when the CPU switch is in the TERM position and the CPU is in the PROGRAM
Terminal program mode On
MODE.
SP17
Forced stop mode relay On anytime the CPU keyswitch is in the STOP position.
(DL250-1/260)
SP20
Forced stop mode
On when the STOP instruction is executed.
SP21
Break Relay 2
(DL250-1/260)
On when the BREAK instruction is executed. It is OFF when the CPU mode is changed
to RUN.
SP22
Interrupt enabled
On when interrupts have been enabled using the ENI instruction.
SP25
CPU battery disabled
relay (DL250-1/260)
On when the CPU battery is disabled by special V-memory.
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SP40
SP41
Critical error
On when a critical error such as I/O communication loss has occurred.
Warning
On when a non-critical error such as a low battery has occurred.
SP43
Battery low/dead
On when the CPU battery voltage is low or dead. Note: The CPU must have a battery
installed.
SP44
Program memory error
On when a memory error such as a memory parity error has occurred.
SP45
I/O error
On when an I/O error occurs. For example, an I/O module is withdrawn from the
base, or an I/O bus error is detected.
SP46
Communications error
On when a communications error has occured on any of the CPU ports.
SP47
I/O configuration error
On if an I/O configuration error has occured. The CPU power-up I/O configuration
check must be enabled before this relay will be functional.
SP50
SP51
Fault instruction
On when a Fault Instruction is executed.
Watch Dog timeout
On if the CPU Watch Dog timer times out.
SP52
Grammatical error
On if a grammatical error has occurred either while the CPU is running or if the
syntax check is run. V7755 will hold the exact error code.
SP53
SP54
Solve logic error
On if CPU cannot solve the logic.
Intelligent I/O error
On when communications with an intelligent module has occurred.
SP56
Table instruction overrun
On if a table instruction with a pointer is executed and the pointer value is outside the
table boundary
Accumulator Status Relays
SP53
SP60
SP61
SP62
SP63
SP64
SP65
SP66
SP67
SP70
Math/Table pointer error
On if there is math execution error or a table pointer error.
Value less than
On when the accumulator value is less than the instruction value.
Value equal to
On when the accumulator value is equal to the instruction value.
Greater than
On when the accumulator value is greater than the instruction value.
Zero
On when the result of the instruction is zero (in the accumulator).
Half borrow
On when the 16-bit subtraction instruction results in a borrow.
Borrow
On when the 32-bit subtraction instruction results in a borrow.
Half carry
On when the 16-bit addition instruction results in a carry.
Carry
On when the 32-bit addition instruction results in a carry.
Sign
On anytime the value in the accumulator is negative.
SP71
Invalid octal number
On when an Invalid octal number was entered. This also occurs when the V-memory
specified by a pointer (P) is not valid.
SP72
Floating Point
On when the numerical value in the accumulator is a floating point number.
SP73
Overflow
On if overflow occurs in the accumulator when a signed addition or subtraction
results in an incorrect sign bit.
SP74
SP75
SP76
Under flow
On when a floating point math operation results in an underflow error.
Data error
On if data is not a numerical value.
Load zero
On when any instruction loads a value of zero into the accumulator.
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Counter Interface Module Relays
SP100
SP101
SP102
SP103
X0 is on
X0 - on when corresponding input is on.
X1 is on
X1 - on when corresponding input is on.
X2 is on
X2 - on when corresponding input is on.
X3 is on
X3 - on when corresponding input is on.
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SP116
DL240 CPU
communication
On when the CPU is communicating with another device
SP116
DL250-1/260
communication
On when Port 2 is communicating with another device
SP117
Comm error Port 2
(DL250-1/260)
On when Port 2 has encountered a communication error.
SP120
Module busy Slot 0
On when the communication module in slot 0 is busy transmitting or receiving. You
must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent attempting to execute a
RX or WX while the module is busy .
SP121
Comm error Slot 0
On when the communication module in slot 0 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP122
Module busy Slot 1
On when the communication module in slot 1 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP123
Comm error Slot 1
On when the communication module in slot 1 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP124
Module busy Slot 2
On when the communication module in slot 2 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP125
Comm error Slot 2
On when the communication module in slot 2 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP126
Module busy Slot 3
On when the communication module in slot 3 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP127
Comm error Slot 3
On when the communication module in slot 3 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP130
Module busy Slot 4
On when the communication module in slot 4 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP131
Comm error Slot 4
On when the communication module in slot 4 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP132
Module busy Slot 5
On when the communication module in slot 5 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP133
Comm error Slot 5
On when the communication module in slot 5 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP134
Module busy Slot 6
On when the communication module in slot 6 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP135
Comm error Slot 6
On when the communication module in slot 6 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
SP136
Module busy Slot 7
On when the communication module in slot 7 of the local base is busy transmitting
or receiving. You must use this relay with the RX or WX instructions to prevent
attempting to execute a RX or WX while the module is busy.
SP137
Comm error Slot 7
On when the communication module in slot 7 of the local base has encountered a
communication error.
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Equal Relays for Multi-step Presets with Up/Down Counter #1
(for use with a Counter Interface Module)
SP540
SP541
SP542
SP543
SP544
SP545
SP546
SP547
SP550
SP551
SP552
SP553
SP554
SP555
SP556
SP557
SP560
SP561
SP562
SP563
SP564
SP565
SP566
SP567
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3630.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3632.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3634.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3636.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3640.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3642.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3644.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3646.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3650.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3652.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3654.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3656.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3660.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3662.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3664.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3666.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3670.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3672.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3674.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3676.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3700.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3702.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3704.
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3706.
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Equal Relays for Multi-step Presets with Up/Down Counter #2
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SP570
SP571
SP572
SP573
SP574
SP575
SP576
SP577
SP600
SP601
SP602
SP603
SP604
SP605
SP606
SP607
SP610
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Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3710
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3712
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3714
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3716
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3720
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3722
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3724
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3726
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3730
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3732
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3734
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3736
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3740
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3742
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3744
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3746
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3750
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3752
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3754
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3756
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3760
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3762
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3764
Current = target value
On when the counter current value equals the value in V3766
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