1. Installation

1. Installation
1. Installation
1.
Installation
The followings are the basic requirements to install the ADP:
1. PC - CPU 80586 or higher;
2. Memory – 64 Meg RAM or more;
3. Hardware - 60 Meg or more free space;
4. Display - VGA or SVGA. Windows with 256 color or higher,
and resolution with 800×600 or higher.
Since all the programs in the ADP have been compressed, one needs to
install the software before using it.
The software is available from the following websites or your local
dealers.
•
http://www.hitechsite.com
•
http://www.hitechsite.com.tw
1.1.
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Installation Procedures
Users can run the ADP software in the following Windows operating
systems:
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Windows 95
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Windows 98
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Windows ME
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Windows 2000
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Windows XP
Installation Procedure:
1. Start your computer in the Windows environment.
2. Click [Start] and select [Run]. The [Run] dialog box should be
appeared on the screen and select [Browse] to locate the install
program “Setup.exe”. See Figure 1.
Figure 1. Run the ADP installation program
“Setup.exe” in Window
3. Click [OK] to start to install, See Figure 2.
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Figure 2. The ADP is preparing to install
4. Follow the instructions and specify the hard drive and the directory which the ADP will be installed to. See Figure 3.
Figure 3. The destination hard drive and the directory
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5. Click [Next] to select the type of setup. See Figure 4. “Typical”
is recommended for the most users. “Compact” is the program
with basic options. “Custom” is the program which users can
individually select the options to install and this is recommended for advanced users.
Figure 4. Select the type of setup
6. Click [Next] to begin to install. If the “Typical” option is selected, then the following dialog box will appear on the screen.
See Figure 5.
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Figure 5. The ADP Installation
7. After the installation, the system will create the ADP icon automatically.
8. Once the installation is completed, the ADP software is in the
specified directory. To launch the ADP program, simply use the
mouse to click on the ADP icon.
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1.2.
File Upgrades
There are several things about file conversions and upgrades to be
noted:
ADP 6.0 can open an *.V3F file designed by ADP 3.x. To open an
*.P3F file designed by ADP 2.x, one needs to open the file in ADP 3.x
first and save it as an *.V3F file. Then open the file in ADP 6.0.
Finally, one cannot open the files designed by ADP 6.0 in ADP 3.x.
1.3.
HMI Models Upgrades
There are several upgrades regarding the applicable models of HMI in
ADP 6.0:
The followings are the applicable HMI models in ADP 6.0:
PWS3261,PWS3261N,PWS6300,PWS6500,PWS6600,PWS6600
Color,PWS6600N,PWS6600N-Color,AP1600,AP1600Color,AP1600N,AP1600N-Color and SoftPanel.
The following HMI models are not applicable in ADP 6.0:
PWS500S,PWS500S-PLC,PWS700T,PWS700X,PWS1711,PWS1711Color,PWS1760,PWS3160/3260,PWS2100,PWS3700,and PWS3760.
If a file is designed for an HMI model which is not applicable in ADP
6.0, then ADP 6.0 will automatically upgrade the older version of
model to an updated version of model once the file is opened. The
conversions of these HMI models are shown below:
Models are applicable in ADP 6.0.
Models are NOT applicable in
ADP 6.0
PWS6600S-S
PWS6600S-S
PWS1700-Mono
PWS1700-B/W
PWS6600C-S
PWS1700-Color
PWS6600C-S-Ladder
PWS1711-Color-Ladder
PWS6600S-S
PWS1711-Mono
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PWS6600S-S-Ladder
PWS1711-Mono-Ladder
PWS6600C-P
PWS1760
PWS6600C-P-Ladder
PWS1760-Ladder
PWS3261
PWS2100
PWS3261
PWS3000/3100
PWS3261
PWS3160/3260
PWS3261-Ladder
PWS3160/3260-Ladder
PWS3261
PWS3700
PWS3261
PWS3760
PWS3261-Ladder
PWS3760-Ladder
PWS6300
PWS500S
PWS6300-Ladder
PWS500S-PLC
PWS6500
PWS700T
PWS6600S-P
PWS700X
Note also that not all features provided by the ADP are applicable
on every HMI model. For the complete details on those ADP features and the applicable models, please refer to Appendix A.
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2.
Instructions
Microsoft Windows TM is undoubtedly the main PC operating environment nowadays. ADP is also designed to make full use of the Windows
environment and adopts the concept of “What You See is What You
Get.” Users can immediately see their designed objects on a PC screen
with their specified attributes such as font size, color, location of
objects, picture, scale, frame, and so on. What a user sees on a PC
screen will be the same as those displayed on a Workstation. Furthermore, ADP utilizes the principles of object-oriented design to
implement the drag-and-drop editing. Users can conveniently drag
objects into another location or change shapes and sizes with a mouse
as they wish.
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2.1.
Introduction
Figure 6 illustrates the major bars and tool boxes in the ADP program
environment.
Title Bar
Menu Bar
Toolbar
Window Title
Window
Workspace
Toolbox
Status Bar
Figure 6.
ADP Program Environment Overview
Title Bar:
The Title Bar shows the windows name and the directory of the current
application. Example: C:\MyAPP\V6.0 \TEST1.V6F.
If an application file has not been saved, “untitled” will be displayed in
the Title Bar.
Menu Bar:
There are 13 menus in the Menu Bar; they are [File], [Edit], [View],
[Screen], [Draw], [Object], [Library], [Application], [Tool], [Options],
[LadderPlus], [Window] and [Help].
Tool Bar:
Users can create an ADP program simply by clicking the icons on the
Tool Bar. This feature also helps new users to learn the software
quickly and easily.
Window Workspace
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This is the area to design a Screen. The objects or data created in this
area will actually be displayed on an HMI.
In the following sections, we will talk about the function, application,
and usage for each of the commands and menus in much more details.
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2.2.
File Menu
The main purpose of the [File] menu is to manage the files designed by
ADP.
2.2.1. [New]
This command allows users to create a new application and specify its
properties such as [Application Name], [Panel/Workstation], [Controller/PLC], [Printer], [Multi-lingual Support], [Control Block], [Status
Block] and so on.
To create a new application, select [File]/[New]. The [New Application’s Properties] dialog box should be appeared on the screen. See
Figure 7.
Figure 7. The [New Application’s Properties] Dialog Box
The followings are the basic properties a user needs to set up for a new
application:
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In the [Application Name] box, enter the name of an application.
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In the [Panel/Workstation] list, select the model of a Workstation.
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In the [Controller/PLC] list, select the type of PLC which a
Workstation will communicate with.
Please refer to Section 2.9 [Application] and Section 2.9.1.2 [Connection] for more details.
2.2.2. [Open]
and [Close]
[Open] allows users to open an existing application. The compatible
format of a file includes *.V6F, *.V4F and *.V3F. See Figure 8.
[Close] allows users to close an application.
Figure 8.
The [Open] dialog box
ADP 6.0 can open an *.V3F file designed by ADP 3.x. To open an
*.P3F file designed by ADP 2.x, one needs to open the file in ADP 3.x
first and save it as an *.V3F file. Then open the file in ADP 6.0.
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2.2.3. [Save]
and [Save as]
[Save]: Saves an existing application to replace the previous copy with
the new copy.
[Save As]: Saves a new or existing application with a new name. See
Figure 9.
Figure 9.
The [Save as] Dialog Box
2.2.4. [Print]
An application file can be printed for the purposes of planning,
management or storage.
Select [File]/[Print] and the [Print Options] dialog box should be
appeared on the screen. See Figure 10. There are three options available: “Workstation Setup”, “Screen Overview” and “Screen Image.”
The function is not applicable on every HMI model; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI Models for
the complete details.
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Figure 10. The [Print Option] Dialog Box
The [Print] options:
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“Workstation Setup”: Prints the data of Workstation such as the
PLC type, configuration setup and the details of logging buffer.
See Figure 11.
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“Screen Overview”: Prints the image of a screen with the PLC
location of each object. See Figure 12.
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“Screen Image”: Prints the image of a screen without the PLC
locations. See Figure 13.
Other options:
•
[Copies]: Specify the number of copies to print.
•
[Range]: Only available for the “Screen Overview” and
“Screen Image” options.
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Application name: Myapp001
page 1
12/22/1998 17:31
___________________________________________________________
Workstation Type : PWS3160/3260
PLC Type : Modicon 984 (RTU)
Printer Type : EPSON Stylus Color II
Default Startup Screen : 1
Default Data Format : BCD
Control Block Address : 40100 Size : 2
Status Block Address : 40200
Logging Buffers
Record
Stamp
#
Source Address Size Total Time
1
40500
Auto
Date
Triggered
Stop By
Time
Interval
4
3000
Yes
No
No
Timer
5
2
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
3
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
4
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
5
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
6
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
7
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
8
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
9
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
10
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
11
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
12
0
0
No
No
No
PLC
0
Figure 11.
An Example of the “Workstation Setup” Print Option
Figure 12.
An Example of the “Screen Overview” Print Option
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Figure 13.
An Example of the “Screen Image” Print Option
2.2.5. [Upload Application] and [Download Application From]
[Upload Application] is to upload an application from a Workstation to
a PC and the file will be saved as *.AF6. See Figure 14.
[Download Application From] is to download a program from a PC to
a Workstation and the format of the file is *.AF6.
Figure 14.
The [Upload Application] Dialog Box
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2.2.6. [Upload Recipes] and [Download Recipes]
[Upload Recipes] is to upload recipes from the Workstation to a PC
and the file will be saved as *.RCP. See Figure 15.
[Download Recipes] is to download recipes from a PC to a Workstation and the format of the file is *.RCP.
These functions are not applicable on every HMI model; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI Models for
the complete details.
Figure 15.
The [Upload Recipes] Dialog Box
2.2.7. [Reconstruct Source]
This function allows users to directly reconstruct a source file of an
application via uploading the application file from an HMI to a PC.
[Reconstruct Source] is to reconstruct an uploaded application file
from *.AA6 to *.V6F. The application will be displayed on a PC and
the source file (*.V6F) can be saved for the purposes of future editing
and application.
In ADP 6.0 or later, an application downloaded to an HMI is “rebuiltable”; [Reconstruct Source] enables a user to directly reconstruct a
source file of an uploaded application on an HMI from *.AA6 to
*.V6F.
The function is not applicable on every HMI model; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI Models for
the complete details.
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Steps to reconstruct a source file from *.AA6 to *V6F:
(Suppose that an application has been uploaded on the HMI.)
1. On the HMI, select [Upload Application]. In ADP, select
[File]/[Upload Application]. The HMI will upload the application to the PC and the file is saved as *.AF6. See
below.
2. Next, select [File]/[Reconstruct Source] and open the application file (*.C64 or *.AA6). Thus the application
should be appeared on the PC and a user can save the
source file as *.V6F for future use. See Figure 16.
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Figure 16.
The [Reconstruct Source] Dialog Box
2.2.8. [Exit]
[Exit] is to close and leave ADP.
If any changes have been made, the following dialog box will appear
on the screen to ask a user to save the changes or leave. See Figure 17.
Figure 17.
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The [Exit] Dialog Box
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2.3.
Edit
The main purposes of the [Edit] menu include the common editing
functions of ADP screen and objects. If a user does not open any image,
all of light-colored items in the [Edit] are unavailable.
User can click the icons on the tool bar to speed edit or operate the elements on the list quickly by right-click the mouse.
The following sections will explain the functions more specific to the
ADP software.
Figure 18.
[Edit] Menu
2.3.1. [Duplicate]
Allows a user to make multiple copies of an object and simultaneously
increment the corresponding addresses. See Figure 19.
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Figure 19.
The [Duplicate] Dialog Box
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[Number of Copies]
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[Columns]:Specify number of columns to duplicate.
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[Rows]:Specify number of rows to duplicate.
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[Spacing]
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[Horizontal]:Specify how many pixels to space duplicate objects horizontally.
•
[Vertical]:Specify how many pixels to space duplicate objects
vertically.
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[Address Incremen]
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[X-Direction]:The address of the same dynamic objects increase from left to right.
•
[Y-Direction]:The address of the same dynamic objects increase from up to down.
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Figure 20.
[Duplicate]
2.3.2. [Find/Replace Address]
The main function is to find or edit the address in designed program;
and replace the found address. While select [Edit]/[Find/Replace Address], the dialog box will display on the screen as Figure 21.
Figure 21.
The [Find/Replace Address] Dialog Box
Enter the address in the blank space or select from drop-down list directly (Ex:D100); then press the [Find] button for search. The [Result]
index tab displays a detailed list in accordance with the designated
range and address. See Figure 22.
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Figure 22.
[Result] Index Tab
Select [Replace] button to replace the address to a new one. The function of [Replace] button is to replace the objects address one by one;
select [Replace All] to replace all of the objects address at a time. See
Figure 23.
Figure 23.
[Replace] Index Tab
I. Find Screen Address
Select [Type]/[Screen] to find the screen address. See Figure 24.
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Figure 24.
•
Find [Screen] Address
[Range]:
♦ [Current screen]:Only find the current open screen.
♦ [All screen]:Finds the entire screens in application program.
•
[Option]:
♦ [Match whole word only]:The findings match the entry address entrirely. If this option is not selected, the initial findings
match the entry address including the partial and entire match.
♦ [Open attribute dailog]:To display the attribute of object by
double-clicks on the list of [Result] index tab. If this option is
not selected, the attribute of the object dialog box is unavailable.
II. Find Macro Address
Select [Type]/[Marcro] to find the macro address. See Figure 25.
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Figure 25.
•
Find [Macro] Address
[Range]:
♦ [Current macro]:Finds current macro.
♦ [Current screen macros]:Finds the current image/screen macros.
♦ [Sub-macros]:Finds entire sub-macros.
♦ [All screens’ macros]:Finds entire image/screen macros.
♦ [Application macros]:Finds three types of macros in [Application] menu.
♦ [All macros]:Finds entire macros.
•
[Option]:
♦ [Match whole word only]:The fidings match the entry address
entirely. If this option is not selected, the initial findings match
the entry address including the partial and entire match.
2.3.3. [Decompose Shape]
This function is mainly to decompose the graph created by [Shape] in
the [Draw] command and each decomposed graph can be modified and
edited. See Figure 26 and Figure 27.
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Figure 26.
Select Graph in [Draw]/[Shape] for Edit
Figure 27. Select [Edit]/[Decompose] to Modify Each Decomposed Object
2.3.4. [Align] and [Make Same Size]
These two functions are mainly to align or make same size the designed objects. (Ex: Indicator, Moving Sign, Message Display, Lines,
and so on) The followings are the steps for using these two commands:
1. Press [Shift] and left-click on all objects which be aligned
or made same size. See Figure 28.
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Figure 28.
Step 1
2. Left-click on the master object, then four corners of this
master object should be shaded. See Figure 29.
Figure 29.
Step 2
3. Select the command in [Align] or [Make Same Size] to
make the other objects align or make same size with the
‘master’ object. See Figure 30.
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Figure 30.
Step 3
2.3.5. [Nudge] and [Layer]
[Nudge]: Choose the objects for slight shift and adjustment toward appointed direction.
[Align]: If there are more than two objects, users can move the objects
up-down layer. See Figure 31; Figure 32.
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Figure 31. [Layer]/[Bring to Next] Command Makes Rectangle
Graph Top
Figure 32. [Layer]/[Send to Previous] Makes the Rectangle Graph
Buttom
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2.3.6. [Group]
及 [Ungroup]
If there are more than two graphs or objects in the screen for edit;
frame (Shift + Left-click) all of objects which be moved and then select [Group]. All of the framed objects will be move to appointed position together as a single unit. See Figure 33.
[Ungroup] is to upgroup the selected group of objects.
Figure 33. Select [Edit]/[Group] to Move the Selected Objects Together
2.3.7. [Object Attributes]
User can edit the content of the objects or modify data location and
formats associated with PLC.
Note that different objects (ex: Push Button, Indicator, Moving Sign,
Massage Display, and so on) have their own object attributes. See
Figure 34 and Figure 35.
Left-click on the object and then select [Edit]/[Object Attributes], the
dialog box will be displayed on the screen;or double left-click on the
objects directly as well. For the properties which are not explained in
this section, please refer to the section 2.7 Object.
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Figure 34.
The [ON/Off Button] Object Attributes Dialog Box
Figure 35.
The [Moving Sign] Object Attributes Dialog Box
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2.3.8. [State/Text Management]
The main purposes of the [State/Text Management] include editing
text, color, type revealed in designed object.Simutaneously, this object
also supply users with easier operation such as the functions of copy,
modify, line feed, and so on. See Figure 36.
Figure 36.
The [State/Text Management] Dialog Box
2.3.9. Focal Mark Style
As select [Focal Mark Style], there are five types for selection: [None],
[Still Lines],[Circulating Lines],[Circulating Dots],[Swaying Dots].
See Figure 37.
This function is not limited by any application images or files, it will
modify edit environment in ADP.
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Figure 37.
The [Focal Mark Style] list
Figure 38 is an illustration of objects with focal mark:
[Still Lines]、
[Circulating Dots]、
[Circulating Lines]
[Swaying Dots]
[None]
Figure 38.
2.3.10.
An Illustration of objects with focal mark
Common Attributes
This function is easier to edit objects simantaneously with common
attributes. User can modify attributes of objects which are in a screen
at a time.
First, select the objects to be edited at a time. The dialog box of
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[Focal Mark Style] will be displayed on the screen by double-click on
one of objects. See Figure 39.
Figure 39.
Open [Common Attributes] Dialog Box
User can edit the common attributes of selected objects such as location/dimension, outlook, and text. See Figure 40.
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Figure 40.
The [Common Attributes] Dialog Box
Option:
•
[Language]:Specify language of the selected objects to reveal.
•
[Apply to State]:Specify the state of the selected objects. User
can edit different states in this list.
•
[Location/Dimention] Block:Specify the width and height of
the objects. Press [Apply] button to modify.
•
[Outlook] Block:Specify the outlook of selected objects.
[Shape ID]:Specify the shape of different objects. While press [Select]
button, the dialog box will be appeared on the screen as Figure 41.
While the selection have made, the dialog box will be appeared on the
screen as Figure 42. Then, a user can select next objectes to design.
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Figure 41.
Specify the Shape of Object
Figure 42.
Select Objects to Be Designed
♦ [Outline Color]:Specify the outline color of all the selected
objects.
♦ [Background Color]:Specify the background color of all the
selected objects.
♦ [Pattern]:Specify the pattern of all selected objects which can
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be set.
♦ [Pattern Color]:Specify the pattern color of all selected objects which can be set.
•
[Text] Block:
♦ [Font]:Specify the font of the text to different objects. While
select [Selection] button, the dialog box will be appeared as
Figure 43. User can specify the font of text to different types of
objects. Remember to press [Apply] button for set up.
Figure 43.
Specify the Font of the Text to Objects
♦ [Color]:Specify the color of the text to all selected objects.
♦ [Alignment]:Specify the alignment type of the text to all selected objects.
♦ [Underlined]:Specify the text of all selected objects unferlined or not.
♦ [Contents]:Specify the contents of the text to all selected
♦ objects.
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Remember
to
press
[Apply]
for
set
up.
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2.4.
View Menu
The main purposes of the [View] menu include the managing functions
of “whole screen”, “whole screen with I/O labels”, “five language
selections”, “zoom in/out” and “eight kinds of toolbars”.
2.4.1. [Whole Screen] and [Whole Screen With I/O Lables]
[Whole Screen]: To view the whole screen of all edited objects with
whole screen. User can return to previous view by left-click.
[Whole Screen With I/O Lables]: To view the whole screen with dynamic objects with write/read addresses on the top of left side displayed. User can return to the previus view by left-click. See Figure 44.
Figure 44. The Displayed Image of [Whole Screen With I/O
Lables]
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2.4.2. [Language 1-5]
There are five languages for user to switch ,please follow the steps below to setup [Language] command:
1. Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. The [Application Properties] dialog box will appear on the screen. See
Figure 45.
2. On the [Gerneral] tab, check the [Multi-lingual
Support] box to start setup. See Figure 45.
[Number of Languages]: Specify the number of languages to application program needed, there are five languages for selection.
[Select Language]: Specify the languages for use.
[Startup Language]: Specify the startup language to display on the
screen open. User can select on the [View] menu directly for language switch of designed screen later.
Figure 45.
The [Application Properties] Dialog Box
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2.4.3. [Zoom In], [Normal] and [Zoom Out]
[Zoom in]: To enlarge the image size by percentage selected 150%,
175%, 200%, 250%.
[Normal]: To adjust the image size to actual size of the screen.
[Zoom Out]: To narrow the image size by percentage selected 75%,
50%, 25%.
2.4.4. Toolbar
There are eight kinds of toolbars on the [View] menu. A User can decide to display the toolbars for quick-operation or not. The toolobars
are shown as the following:
[Standard Toolbar]:
[Edit Toolbar]:
[Draw Toolbar]:
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[Basic Object
Toolbar]:
[Text Toolbar]:
[Bitmap Toolbar]:
[Monitor
Toolbar]:
[Ladder
Toolbar]:
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2.5.
Screen Menu
The main purposes of [Screen] menu are to name, number, edit and
manage screens. The following sections will explain these commands
in details.
2.5.1. [New Screen]
Select to create a new screen.
In the [Name] blank, enter name for a new screen. Also, in the [Number] blank, enter screen number. See Figure 46.
Figure 46.
The dialog box of [Create New Screen]
2.5.2. [Screen Manager]
The functions of the [Screen Manager] command are to display all of
the application files in detail view or thumbnail view convient a user to
search, modify, edit, and so on. Select [Screen]/[Screen Manager] or
click
directly,the whole screen of [Screen Manager] will be displayed in the middle of window or minimized in left-side, See Figure
48.
In [Screen Manager] windows, click the no. or name to display the selected screen. If a user wants to open the image, just click the left key
of mouse twice.
2.5.2.1.
Icons in [Screen Manager]
[Screen Manager] icons provide functions of new screen, screen
properties, edit, and management convenient for a user to operation.
The following will explain those icons; See below:
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Figure 47.
•
[Screen Manager]
[Dock]: The window of [Screen Manager] will be minimized in the left side, See below. In the window of [Dock], the
icons are simplized to four below in the [Screen Manager]:
[Undock] is to return the window of [Screen Manager] to
whole screen in the middle side;
[Close Screen Manager]
is to close the window of [Screen Manager];
[Detail View]
[Thumbnail View] are different ways to display the
and
screen data.
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The window of [Screen
Manager]
•
[New Screen]: To open a new screen with [No.] and
[Name]. A new screen will be appeared as below.
New Screen
•
[Screen Properties]: To specify the screen properties in the
dialog box of [Screen Properties]; please refer to Section 2.5.8.
[Properties] for the complete details.
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[Open Screen]: To open and display the selected images
and the window of [Screen Manager] will be minimized to the
bottom. A User can open the selected image by double-click as
well.
[Cut Screen],
[Copy Screen],
[Paste Screen],
[Delete
Screen]: To edit the selected screens. Moreover, a user can get the popup menu by right-click for the selections of edit operation. Press Leftclick + Ctrl key to edit several screens together; See below.
•
[View Recycle Bin]: To list all of the deleted screens
marked with red color. Right-click on the screen list; and then
select [Restore] from the displayed list, See below. Re-click
can return to the previous window of the [Screen Manager].
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•
[Select Language]: To specify the language displayed in
the screen, see below.
Figure 48.
Screen displayed by “Language 1”(English)
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Figure 49.
Screen displayed by “Language 2” (Traditional Chinese)
•
[Detail View]: To view the detail data of screens in list.
See Figure 50.
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[Thumbnail View]: To view all of the screens in thumbnail; See below.
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Thumbnail View
2.5.2.2.
Screen Table
On the [Screen Manager], select the [Detail View] button. The detailed
data will be listed in the table including five columns: [No.], [Name],
[Size], [Compilation] and [Optimization]. While click the headline,
the data will be listed in increasesd or decreased order such as numeral
order, dimentional order, and so on. See Figure 50.
Screen no. in numeral order
Figure 50.
[No.] in numeral order
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[Screen Manager] also can help a user manage and edit the screen objects with convenience and efficiency. If the data in these columns
should be modified, a user can click
[Screen Properties] on the
toolbar and modify the the screen properties in the displayed dialog
box. (Or click right key of the mouse for the [Screen Properties] selection) See Figure 51; See Figure 52, See Figure 53.
Take notice of [Compilation] and [Optimization] columns, a user can
decide to check [Compilation] or not; or setup in the dialog box of
[Screen Properties] as well, See Figure 53. A user can decide to check
[Optimization] or not to perform the block optimized while compilation; or setup in the dialog box of [Screen Properties]. See Figure 53.
For the dialog box of [Screen Properties], please refer to Section 2.5.8
[Screen Properties] for the complete details.
Figure 51.
Select [Screen Properties]
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Figure 52.
Modify the screnn properties
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Figure 53.
Modify the screen properties
2.5.3. [Close Screen]
Close the current existing screen.
2.5.4. [Cut Current Screen], [Copy Current Screen] and [Delete Current Screen]
[Cut Current Screen]: Select this command to cut the executive screen
and then paste it on others.
[Copy Current Screen]: Select this command to copy the excutive
screen.
[Delete Current Screen]: Select this command to delete the excutive
screen.
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2.5.5. [Cut Screen], [Copy Screen] and [Delete Screen]
Note that these three commands are only applicable on [Screen Manager] which is minimized to the right side of the window.
[Cut Screen]: Select this command to cut the selected screens and then
paste them on others.
[Copy Screen]: Select this command to copy the selected screens.
[Delete Screen]: Select this command to delete the selected screens.
2.5.6. [Paste Screen]
Paste the screens which are cut and copied.
2.5.7. [OPEN Macro]、[CLOSE Macro] and [CYCLIC Macro]
These three Macros enable Workstation to execute data initialization,
display control, and internal register or contact initialization. Once
select these commands, the workstation will display the edit screen.
See Figure 54.
Figure 54.
The [OPEN Macro] Edit Screen
[OPEN Macro]: OPEN Macro is executed when the screen is commanded to be opened. A screen is not displayed until the OPEN Macro
is executed completely. There is one OPEN Macro in one screen.
[CLOSE Macro]: CLOSE Macro is executed when the screen is
commanded to be closed. A screen is not erased until the CLOSE
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Macro is executed completely. There is one CLOSE Macro in one
screen.
[CYCLIC Macro]: CYCLIC Macro is excuted cyclically when the
screen is displayed. The Workstaion stops execting the Macro when it
encounters an End command or reaches the end of the macro.
Please refer to Chapter 8 Macro for complete details.
2.5.8. [Screen Properties]
The function of [Screen Properties] command is to display the properties of current screen including [Genernal], [Screen Background Style]
and [Read Block] tabs. See Figure 55.
2.5.8.1.
Figure 55.
•
[Genernal] Tab
The [Screen Properties] Dialog Box
[Screen Number]: Specify the number of the current screen.
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[Included in the compilation]: Check this option to compile the
selected screen or not. This feature is convenient screen editing
but unnecessary to a draft screen.
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[Screen Name]: Enter name for a current screen.
•
[Screen Update and Key function]: Specify the types of screen
update.
•
[Need a base screen]: Check this option for a base screen. A
base screen can be the background of various screens.
•
[This screen is a sub-screen]: Check this option to display the
selected screen as a sub-screen. A user can design the width,
height, location and buttons of a sub-screen in this block. (The
maximum width=180; height=160).
For the steps of a sub-screen design, please refer to Section 2.5.8.5
Sub-screen.
•
[Printed Area]: Specify the area to print. Note that this feature
is not applicable on some models without PRINTER PORT.
•
[Slide-out Menu]: Specify the slide-out menu of the screen.
2.5.8.2.
[Screen Background Style] Tab
I. Filled With Pattern
Select [Pattern], the tab will be shown as below:
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Figure 56.
The [Screen Background Style] Tab – Pattern
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[Pattern]:Select the pattern of screen background
•
[Pattern Color]:Select the color of the selected pattern.
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[Background Color]:Select the background color.
II. Filled With Bitmap
Select [Bitmap], the tab will be shown as below:
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Figure 57.
The [Screen Background Style] Tab – Bitmap
Select the bitmap from drop-down list, there are two filling methods:
•
[Stretch]:To display the bitmap entirely on a whole screen.
Select this option; the bitmap could be enlarged to match the
designed screen. See below.
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[Tile] : To display the dulplicate bitmaps ranked on the
designed screen. Each bitmap keeps original size. See below.
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2.5.8.3.
Figure 58.
[Read Block] Tab
The [Read Block] Tab
The function of [Read Block] tab is to specify register block address,
on/off block address, size (in word) and refresh rate.
•
[Register Block Address]: Specify the register block address in
accord with PLC. A screen can be specified five register addresses at most.
•
[On/Off Block Address]: Specify the On/Off block address. A
screen can be specified five register addresses at most.
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[Size]: Specify the size of block.
•
[Refresh Rate]: Provide “Normal”,”Fast” and “On Unchanged
by Operator” for selection.
♦ “Normal”: Read data in normal speed of PLC.
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♦ “Fast”: Read data in double-quick of “Normal” speed. Subject
to the same time, “Fast” be two-times more than “Normal” in
reading data.
♦ “On Unchanged by Operator”: Enable users to change the value
on HMI but unchange the value in PLC
•
Optmization: Check this option to merge adjancent data into
block. Note that the data address of PLC is recommended to
continuity as to well communication with PLC.
2.5.8.4.
Figure 59.
[Auxiliary Key] Tab
The [Auxiliary Keys] Tab
The main function of [Auxiliary Keys] is to design the attributes of
external button. The buttons definded in [Auxiliary Keys] tab is only
available for the current screen. If a user defines “F1” key as screen ‘5’
to screen ‘1’, this feature is only available on screen ‘5’.
Press [Function] key, the function assignment dialog box will be
appeared in windows. See Figure 60.
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Figure 60.
The [Function Assignment] Dialog Box
Select [Application]/[Common Keys] to define the auxiliary keys
which are available on all of screens. Please refer to Section 2.9.4.
[Common Keys].
Note that this function is not applicable on all HMI models; please
refer to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI
Models.
2.5.8.5.
Sub-screen
A sub-screen is a screen that is smaller than the usual screen. The
Workstaion displays a sub-screen in the center of the screen without
destroying the existing display and adds a raised frame to it automatically.
The following are the steps to create a sub-screen:
1. Create a new screen; enter the screen name and number.
2. Open the [Screen Properties] dialog box and check the
[This screen is a sub-screen] box.
3. Enter the width and height of the sub-screen.
4. Specify the position of sub-screen display (shown on the
display center or appointed specific postion). See below.
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Figure 61.
Modify the attributes of sub-screen
5. After press [Enter], the screen will be minimized to specified size. See below.
Figure 62.
Sub-screen
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2.5.8.6.
Base Screen
A base screen is a screen which may be used as a template for a many
different screens. Once edit a base screen, all of the same base screens
in application will be changed at the same time.
The following are the steps to create a base screen:
6. Create a base screen first. See below.
Figure 63.
Base Screen
7. Select [Screen]/[[Properties] to create a new screen
(screen-6). Then check the [Need a Base Screen] box and
specify a base screen (screen-5) in the [Screen Properties]
dialog box. See below.
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Figure 64.
Specify a base screen
8. Specify a base screen (screen-5) displayed on the current
screen (screen-6). See below.
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Figure 65.
Base screen displayed on current screen
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2.6.
Draw Menu
To strengthen the display of your designed objects, it is often to draw a
rectangle, a line or a scale to label its data. This will help users to read
and take note of the data.
The function of geometric shapes is only the static shapes irrelative to
PLC dynamic data.
Geometric Shape
Button
Function
Section
Dot
draw a dot
2.6.1.1. [Dot]
Line
draw a line
2.6.1.2. [Line],[Horizontal Line]
and [Vertical Line]
Horizontal Line
draw a horizontal line
2.6.1.2. [Line],[Horizontal Line]
and [Vertical Line]
Vertical
draw a vertical line
2.6.1.2. [Line],[Horizontal Line]
and [Vertical Line]
Connected Lines
connect the lines with
mouse movement
2.6.1.3. [Connected Lines] and
[Free Form]
Free Form
connected lines
and curves with
mouse movement
2.6.1.3. [Connected Lines] and
[Free Form]
Rectangle
draw a rectangle
2.6.1.4. [Rectangle] and [Solid
Rectangle]
Solid Rectangle
draw a solid rectangle 2.6.1.4. [Rectangle] and [Solid
Rectangle]
Parallelogram
draw a parallelogram
2.6.1.5. [Parallelogram] and
[Solid Parallelogram]
Solid
Parallelogram
draw a solid
parallelogram
2.6.1.5. [Parallelogram] and
[Solid Parallelogram]
Circle
draw a circle
2.6.1.6. [Circle],[Solid
Circle],[Ellipse] and [Solid
Ellipse]
Solid Circle
draw a solid circle
2.6.1.6. [Circle],[Solid
Circle],[Ellipse] and [Solid
Ellipse]
Ellipse
draw a ellipse
2.6.1.6. [Circle],[Solid
Circle],[Ellipse] and [Solid
Ellipse]
Solid Ellipse
draw a solid ellipse
2.6.1.6. [Circle],[Solid
Circle],[Ellipse] and [Solid
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Ellipse]
Acr
draw a acr
2.6.1.7. [Acr],[Pie] and [Solid
Pie]
Pie
draw a pie
2.6.1.7. [Acr],[Pie] and [Solid
Pie]
Solid Pie
draw a solid pie
2.6.1.7. [Acr],[Pie] and [Solid
Pie]
Polygon
draw a polygon
2.6.1.8. [Polygon] and [Solid
Polygon]
Solid Polygon
draw a solid polygon
2.6.1.8. [Polygon] and [Solid
Polygon]
Text
static text display and
design
2.6.2.1. [Static Text]
True Type Text
similar with static
text (only applicable
on Softpanel)
2.6.2.2. [True Type Text]
Bitmap
display the bitmap
2.6.2.3. [Bitmap]
Frame/Edge
draw a frame/edge
2.6.3.1. [Frame/Edge]
Scale
draw a scale
2.6.3.2. [Scale]
Table
draw a table
2.6.3.3. [Table]
Shape
display the shape
2.6.4. [Shape]
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The following sections are to explain the objects with the same
attributes.
2.6.1. Geometric Shape
Geometric shapes includes [Dot],[Line],[Horizontal Line],[Vertical
Line],[Connected Lines],[Free Form],[Rectangle],[Solid Rectangle],[Parallelogram],[Solid Parallelogram],[Circle],[Solid Circle],[Ellipse],[Solid Ellipse],[Acr],[Pie],[Solid Pie],[Polygon] and
[Solid Polygon].
Double-click on the object or click right key for the option [Object
Attributes]. The dialog box which is correspondant with the object will
be appeared. See Figure 66.
Figure 66.
2.6.1.1.
The [Rectangle] Dialog Box
[Dot]
A user can specify [Type], [Color] and [Frame] in the dot dialog box.
See Figure 67.
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Figure 67.
2.6.1.2.
Draw a Dot
[Line],[Horizontal Line] and [Vertical Line]
Figure 68 is an illustration of [Line], [Horizontal Line] and [Vertical
Line].
Line
Horizontal Line
Vertical Line
Figure 68.
Line, Horizontal Line and Vertical Line
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A user can specify the [Type], [Color], [Arrows], [Style] in the line,
horizontal line and vertical line dialog box. See Figure 69.
Figure 69.
2.6.1.3.
Draw a Line with Arrows
[Connected Lines] and [Free Form]
[Connected Lines] is to connect lines with the movement of the mouse
cursor. If a user presses left mouse button once then moves cursor
elsewhere on screen, a straight line will be drawn between the two
points. This will continue until a user clicks right key of mouse.
[Free Form] is to connect the lines and curves by holding down left
mouse button while scrolling mouse the cursor follows mouse movement. This will continue until a user clicks right key of mouse
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Connected Lines
Free Form
Figure 70.
Connected Lines and Free Form
A user can specify [Style], [Color], [Arrows] and [Profile] in connected lines and free form dialog box. See Figure 71.
Figure 71.
Draw Connected Lines with Arrows
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2.6.1.4.
[Rectangle] and [Solid Rectangle]
Figure 72 is an illustration of rectangle and solid rectangle.
Rectangle
Solid Rectangle
Figure 72.
Rectangle and Solid Rectangle
A user can specify [Style], [Frame], and [Profile] in the rectangle dialog box. Figure 73 is a rectangle which is clipped with specified [corner].
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Figure 73.
2.6.1.5.
Draw a Clipped Rectangle
[Parallelogram] and [Solid Parallelogram]
[Parallelogram] is to draw a paeallelogram by holding down left mouse
button to draw one side. This side will continue until a user click left
key of the mouse. Then, drag this side to configure a rectangle until a
user click right key of mouse. See Figure 74.
Drag one side to create
a parallelogram
Parallelogram
Drag one side to create
a solid parallelogram
Solid Parallelogram
Figure 74.
Draw a Parallelogram
A user can specify the attributes of rectangle in [Border] and [Profile];
and specify the attributes of solid rectangle in [Border], [Fill] and
[Profile]. See Figure 75.
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Figure 75.
2.6.1.6.
Draw a Parallelogram
[Circle],[Solid Circle],[Ellipse] and [Solid Ellipse]
Figure 76 is an illustration of a circle and an ellipse.
Holding down the left
key mouse button to
drag a circle until
right-click
Holding down the left
key mouse button to
drag an ellipse until
right-click
Figure 76.
Draw a Circle and Ellipse
A user can specify the attributes of circle in [Border] and [Profile]; and
specify the attributes of ellipse in [Border], [Fill] and [Profile]. See
Figure 77.
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Figure 77.
2.6.1.7.
The [Circle] dialog box
[Acr]、[Pie] and [Solid Pie]
[Acr] is to draw a circle by holding down left mouse button. This will
continue until configure desied size by right-click. Left-click for a radius display, a user can drag radius to configure a desired acr until reclick left key. See Figure 78. A user can adjust the width and height to
configure an acr of an ellipse. See Figure 79.
The way to draw a pie and a solid pie is similar to [Acr]. The difference of a pie from an acr is two lines connected between the two-side
of an acr and center. See Figure 79.
Hold down left mouse
button to dra w an acr
Figure 78.
Draw a Acr
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Acr (Circle)
Acr (Ellipse)
Pie
Solid Pie
Figure 79.
Acr, Pie and Solid Pie
The acr, pie and solid pie dialog box are the same; See Figure 80.
Check [Arc] box to draw an arc; Check [Fill] box to draw a solid arc
and secify [Pattern] there; Check [Arc] box and adjust the width and
height in [Profile] to configure an arc of ellipse.
Figure 80.
The [Pie/Arc Attributes] Dialog Box
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2.6.1.8.
[Polygon] and [Solid Polygon]
[Polygon] is to draw sides of a polygon with the movement of the
mouse cursor and connect the lines between the starting point and the
terminal point with shortest distance; See Figure 80. The way to draw a
polygon is dragging the mouse cursor until left-click on the turning
point and right–click to be a polygon.
Polygon
Solid Polygon
Figure 81.
Polygon and Solid Polygon
A user can specify the attributes of polygon in [Border] and [Profile]
and the attributes of solid polygon in [Border], [Fill] and [Profile]. See
Figure 81.
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Figure 82.
The [Polygon Attributes] Dialog box
2.6.2. [Static Text]
2.6.2.1.
,[True Type Text]
and [Bitmap]
[Static Text]
The [Static Text] provides users with the choices of text, font, color,
reading order, alignment and frame/edge. Double-click on the object,
the [Static Text] dialog box as in Figure 82 will be appeared on the
screen.
•
[Text] Tab: Enter text on the [Text] block. There are sixteen
types of fonts in all for users to specify as Figure 82. A user can
specify the font, sixteen types in all. For the properties which
are not explained in this section, please refer to the Section
[Font Library].
•
[Frame/Edge] Tab: Click [Select] button to specify the style of
frame/edge as Figure 83.
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Figure 83.
The [Static Text] Dialog Box
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Figure 84.
2.6.2.2.
The [Frame/Edge] Tab
[True Type Text]
The functions of [True Type Text] and [Static Text] are similar only
applicable on SoftPanel.
2.6.2.3.
[Bitmap]
The purpose of [Bitmap] is to provide graphes for selection as the
figure below.Double-click on the object; a user can select the bitmap
form the drop-down list in the [Static Graphic] dialog box.
Figure 85.
The [Static Graphic] Dialog Box
2.6.3. [Frame/Edge]
2.6.3.1.
,[Scale]
and [Table]
[Frame/Edge]
[Frame/Edge] provides style, pattern style, background and color for
selection. See Figure 86.
Note that there is flow chart style for selection; See Figure 86.
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Figure 86. The [Frame/Edge] Dialog Box
Figure 87. Select Frame Style
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2.6.3.2.
[Scale]
[Scale] provides left, right, up, down direction, color, number of ticks
and display marks as below.
2 minor ticks
5 major ti
Figure 88. The [Scale] Dialog Box
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2.6.3.3.
[Table]
The function of [Table] is to create a table as below.
Figure 89.
The [Table] Dialog Box
•
[Use First Row as Row Header]:Specify the pattern style and
color of row header.
•
[Use First Column as Column Header]:Specify the pattern
style and color of column header.
•
[Border]:Specify the style and color of border.
•
[Profile]:Specify the location and size of a table.
•
[Cells General]:Specify number of rows/columns, and style.
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[Transparent]:Display other object(s) in the table but remembert to place the table up.
Example:Static Text
below.
and Table as
Place static text object
on the table and check
[transparent] box.
•
[Interlacing] : Interlace rows or columns; See below. (Only
applicable on distransparent table)
Figure 90.
•
[Interlacing]
[Apply to Header]:Interlace applied to header; See below.
(Only applicable on distransparent table)
Figure 91. [Apply to Header]
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2.6.4. [Shape]
[Shape] provides graphes for selection; Double-click on the object, a
user can press [select] for the shape library in the [Shape] dialog box as
below.
Figure 92. The [Shape] Dialog Box
2.6.5. Flow Chart
Flow chart is one of the applications in [Draw] to lines, geometric
graphes and frame/edge editing. A user can illustrate an applied folw
chart clearly to facilitate the operation.
Example:
Convert the boiler temperature in procedure A into centigrade (°C).
Once the temperature > 100°C, it will enter procedure B; once the
temperature ≤ 100°C will enter procedure C. The following flow chart
is made up of polygon, rectangle, lines with arrows and static text:
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2.7.
Object Menu
I. Introduction
A screen object is an item placed on the screen to perform a particular
function. Each object has its unique user configurable properties and
the object allows to be set to perform exactly the method desired.
Objects are divided into four categories: (1) related to screen button
and dynamic data; (2) irrelative to screen button but related to dynamic
data; (3) related to PLC dynamic data and Workstation memory buffer
zone; and (4) related to application. See Figure 93.
Related to screen button and
dynamic data
Irrelative to screen button but
related to dynamic data
Related to PLC dynamic data
and workstation memory
buffer zone.
Related to application
Figure 93.
The [Object] Commands List
Four Categories of objects:
1. Related to screen button and dynamic data: [Push Button],[Numeric Entry],[Character Entry]....etc.
There are 13 sub-commands in [Push Button] list; See Figure 94.
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Sub-commands i
[Push Button] Li
Figure 94.
The sub-commands in [Push Button] list
2. Irrelative to screen button but related to dynamic data :
[Indicator],[Numeric Display],[Character Display],[Message Display],[Bar Graph],[Trend Graph],[X-Y
Chart],[Panel Meter],[Pie Graph],and [Dynamic Graphic].
3. Related to PLC dynamic data and Workstation memory
buffer zone: [Historical Display] and [Alarm Display].
4. Related to application: Data contents are connected with
whole system. One of the contents is modified such as
text display or PLC data format, the other objects with the
same application will be changed simultaneously as [Submacro].
II. Create Object
A user can select object type from the [Object] menu to edit. There are
some objects with sub-commands list as Figure 94. Futhermore, [Basic
Objects] toolbar provides part of objects for the editing as well; See
Figure 95.
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Figure 95.
The [Basic Objects] Toolbar
Select a desired object from the list (ex: [Push Button]/[Set Button]), it
will give you a cursor (+) that allows you to drag an object to desired
size by press left mouse button until left-click. See Figure 96.
Figure 96.
An Illustration of a Object
Once created, the object can be resized by clicking on one of the
objects handlebars and dragging to resize it. To move the object, click
and drag from the center of the object. (If the object handlebars are not
visible, clicking anywhere on the object will bring up the handlebars).
III. Specify Object Properties
There are three ways to specify the properties of an object: (1) Users
can select [Object Attributes] from the [Edit] menu. (2) Alternatively,
double left-click on the object, or (3) right-click on the object and then
select [Object Attributes] from the pop-up menu. Above ways will
bring up the dialog box for properties specified. The [Set/Reset Button]
dialog box as in Figure 97 will be appeared on the screen.
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In ADP software, each object has its corresponding dialog box. For
example, there is the [On/Off Button] dialog box in [Set Button] object;
there is the [Numeric Entry] dialog box in [Numeric Entry] object.
The following will explain the common properties of most objects;
concerning some specific properties will be explained later. The
following are five tabs in object properties.
1. [Attributes] Tab: To specify the major properties. Each
object has its attributes that define the operation; See
Figure 97.
Figure 97.
•
The [On/Off Button] Dialog Box
[Shape] Block:
♦ [Select]: Specify shape from library.
♦ [Color]: Specify the color of selected shape.
•
[Variable] Block:
♦ [Write]: Write to the specified PLC register.
♦ [Read]: Read the value from the specified PLC register. If the
location is not specified, then the HMI reads from the [Write]
location.
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♦ [Enabled By]: Specify the PLC register to ON button. This
isinapplicable on OFF state labeled ; See Figure 98. This is
only applicable on ON state; See Figure 99. (This feature is
only applicable on objects with input text/numeric or specific
state.)
Specified State =OFF
Figure 98.
Specified State =OFF, inapplicable object with label
Specified State =ON
Figure 99.
Specified State =ON
2. [Shape] Tab: Specify the shape style of a selected object
as Figure 100.
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Figure 100. The [Shape] Tab
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[Shape] Block:
♦ [Select]: Select shape from library.
♦ [Color]: Specify the color of the shape.
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[Profile] Block: Specify the location, width and height of the
object.
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[State] Block: Specify the object design to corresponding state.
♦
♦
♦
♦
[Pattern Style]: Specify the pattern style for the object.
[Pattern Color]: Specify the color of the pattern for the object.
[Bkg. Color]: Specify the background color of the object.
[Blink]: Check the object with blink or not.
3. [State] Tab: Specify [New]/[Copy]/[Delete] state to the
object as Figure 101.
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Figure 101. The [State] Tab
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[New]: Add new state to the object.
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[Cut]: Cut the specified state in the clipboard.
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[Copy]: Copy the specified state of the object and keep the
original state.
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[Paste]: Paste the state from the clipboard.
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[Replace]: Replace the current specified state from the clipboard.
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[Delete]: Delete the current specified state.
4. [Text] Tab: Specify [Font],[Underlined],[Color],[Bkg.
Color] and [Blink] as Figure 102.
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Figure 102. The [Text] Tab
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[Editing Option]:
♦ [Wrap Lines]: When the length of the text is longer than the
width of the button, it will be wrapped lines.
♦ [Text Movable]: When the length of the text is longer than the
width of the button, it won’t be wrapped lines. Click the text
object on the selected object, the text will be surrounded with
the handlebars for drag.
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[Font]: Specify the size of the font.(be greater than “16X16”)
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[Underlined]: Check the text with underlined.
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[Color]: Specify the color of the text.
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[Bkg. Color]: Specify the background color of the text.
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[Blink]: Check the text with blink.
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: Align the text “Left/Center/Right”
5. [Graphic] Tab: Specify bitmap style, color…etc for each
state as Figure 103.
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Figure 103. The [Graphic] Tab
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[Bitmap]: Specify the bitmap to display.
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[Transparent]: Check the bitmap with transparent.
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[Transparent Color]: Specify the color of the bitmap with
transparent.
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[Black Part Color]: Replace the black part color.(only applicable on monochrome)
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[White Part Color]: Replace the white part color.(only applicable on monochrome)
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[Arrangement]: Arrange the moveable bitmap to previous
location.
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[Keep Original Size]: Keep the bitmap original size.
The following sections will talk each basic object.
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2.7.1. [Basic Objects]
There are 13 buttons in sub-command list on the [Push Button]. The
following are these objects’ table:
Basic objects
Icon Function
Set Button
Press to set the contact as ON,release or re-click still
be ON.
Reset Button
Press to set the contact as OFF,release or re-click still
be OFF.
Maintained Button
Press to set the contact as ON, release still be on; reclick be OFF.
Momentary Button
Press to set the contact as ON; release be OFF.
Multistate Button
Press to change a register to the next (previous) state
of a referenced register. S0ÖS1ÖS2ÖS3ÖS4ÖS0 (a
straightforward cycle) or S0ÖS4ÖS3ÖS2ÖS1ÖS0 (a
reverse cycle).
Set Value Button
Press to a numeric keypad display. Press ENTER
button to write a numeric entry to corresponding PLC
register.
Set Constant Button
Press to write a constant to a register.
Increament/Decreament Button
Press to write the value obtained by
/ adding/substracting a constant to/from the
corresponding register value corresponding PLC
register.
Goto Screen Button
Press to change the current screen to the specified
screen.
Previous Screen
Button
Press to change the current screen to the previous
screen.
Action Button
Please refer to Section 2.7.1.12. [Action Button].
Data to Text
Conversion Button
Convert logging buffer,recipe, alarm history and alarm
frequency to *.PRN file readed by EXCEL, WORD,
WORDPAD and so on.
2.7.1.1.
[Set Button]
I. Function
When pressed, Workstaion sets the PLC corresponding bit location to
be ON. A [Set] button will still be ON whenevr pressed or released
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II. Properties
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[Function] Block: Select [Set] to create a [Set Button]
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[Security] Block:
♦ [Minimum Hold Time (Sec.)]: Specify how long to activate the
button’s function; There are 0~10 (Sec.) for selection.
♦ [Operator Comfirmation]: If any changes have been made, the
dialog box will appear on the screen to ask a user to confirm
the desired operation. There are 5~60 (Sec.) waiting time for
selection.
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[Macro] Block:Check the [Use ON Macro] for a [Set Button].
When pressed [Edit] button, the [ON Macro] dialog box will
appear as in Figure 104 on the screen. For the properties which
are not explained in this section, please refer to the Chapter 8
Macro.
♦ [Use ON Macro]: When pressed the [Set Button], Workstation
will run the program which is designed in ON macro. This feature is to data control, screen display, PLC register, bits initialized and so on.
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Figure 104. The [ON Macro] Edit Window
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[External Key]:To set the external key and definite the key
function F1~F9, this feature is only applicable on PWS500.
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
To design a [Set] button as shown in the following:
1. Shape:Select “Raised”.
2. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “Y0” to write in.
[Read] :Specify “Y0”. (The HMI model is PWS3261
and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
To design a [On/Off ] button on the [Attributes] tab as shown below:
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3. Enter text “OFF” in state 0 (OFF); the font is “16x16”,
the color is “White” and the bkg. color is “Black”.
4. Enter text “ON” in state 1 (ON); the font is “24x24”, the
color is “Black” and the bkg. color is “White”.
To design a [On/Off] button on the [Attributes] tab as shown below:
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Above-mentioned steps will create a [ON] button. The bkg. color is
“White” and the text is “ON” in state 1; the bkg. color is “Black”and
the text is “OFF” in state 0. See Figure 105.
Figure 105. Left-side button displays [ON] in state 1; Right-side
displays [OFF] in state 0
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2.7.1.2.
[Reset OFF]
I. Function
The command is contrary to an [ON] button. A [Reset] button sets a
bit-location to OFF whenever pressed or released.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:Select [Reset] to create a [OFF] button.
All other properties are the same as [Set Button], please refer to 2.7.1.1.
[Set Button].
III. Example
To design two state displays as a [ON] button simultaneously; please
refer to the Section 2.7.1.1. [Set Button].
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2.7.1.3.
[Maintained Button]
I. Function
This function is to changes the button states by press. Press to be ON
and release still be ON until re-click to be OFF.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:Select [Maintained] to create a [Maintained]
button.
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[Macro] Block:There are [User ON Macro] and [User OFF
Macro] options for [Maintained Button]. For the properties
which are not explained in this section, please refer to the
Chapter 8 Macro.
Other properties are the same as [Set Button], please refer to the
2.7.1.1. [Set Button].
III. Example
To design two states as a [ON] button; please refer to 2.7.1.1. [Set
Button].
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2.7.1.4.
[Momentary Button]
I. Function
The function of this command is to changes the state by press and
release. Once the button is pressed, the bit-location is ON; Release to
be OFF.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:Select [Momentary] to create a [Momentary]
button.
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[Macro] Block:There are [Use ON Macro] and [Use OFF
macro] options for [Momentary Button]. For the properties
which are not explained in this section, please refer to the
Chapter 8 Macro.
To design two states as a [ON] button simultaneously; please refer to
2.7.1.1. [Set Button].
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Notice that this command does not provide [Use ON
Macro] and [Use OFF Macro].
I
II. Example
To design two states as a [ON] button simultaneously; please refer to
2.7.1.1. [Set Button].
2.7.1.5.
[Multistate Button]
I. Function
Once the button is pressed, Workstation will write the command to a
correspondent PLC bit-location or register. The option [Change to
Next State] is to change states in straightforward cycle
(S0ÖS1ÖS2ÖS3ÖS4ÖS0); the option [Change to Previous State] is
to changes states in reverse cycle (S0ÖS4ÖS3ÖS2ÖS1ÖS0).
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
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♦ [Write]: Write the specified command to a correspondent PLC
bit-location and register.
- [Bit]: Only two states. (Enable a user to enter multi-stated
text but only two states can be displayed on Workstation)
- [Value]: 256 (0-255) states in all, 0 represents state 0; 1
represents state 1…etc.
- [LSB]: 16 states in all represented by bit. The Workstation
takes the bit number of the least bit that is on as the
state number.
♦ [Format]: Only applicable on [Value] option. There are [BCD],
[Signed Binary], and [Unsigned Binary] options. ♦ [Read]: Specify a register/bit location to read in; if the location
is not specified, then the HMI reads from the [Write] location.
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Change to Next State]: Change the [Write] location to its next
state in straightforward cycle S0ÖS1ÖS2ÖS3ÖS4ÖS0.
♦ [Change to Previous State]: Change the [Write] location to its
previous state in reverse cycle S0ÖS4ÖS3ÖS2ÖS1ÖS0.
Note that the number of states can be edited in [State] tab.
For other properties which are not explained in this section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. III Object Specify Object properties.
III. Example
To design a [Multistate] button as the following:
1. [Write] : Specify the PLC register “D50” to write in.
[Read] : Specify as “D50”. (The HMI model is
PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
2. The format is [Value].
3. The [Function] is [Change to Previous State].
4. Shape:Select “Outlined _1” and the color is black.
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5. Add 8 states in [State] tab.
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6. Enter the correspondent words on the [Text] tab and specify the text display.
Aboved-mentioned steps will create a [Multistate Button]. The button
displays “First State” in state 1; the button displays “Second State” in
state 1...etc. See Figure 106.
Figure 106. The 8 states in [Multistate Button]
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2.7.1.6.
[Set Value Button]
I. Function
The function of this command is for numeric entry. When pressed,
theWorkstation displays a numeric keypad on the screen. When
pressed [ENT], the Workstation will store the input value to the
correspondant PLC register.
Note that the correpondant PLC value is not applicable on [Set
ValueButton].
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Word] : The entered value is a 16-bit data; the maximum
65,535.
♦ [Double Word]:The entered value is a 32-bit data; the maximum is 4,294,967,295.
♦ [Format]:There are “BCD”, “Signed Binary”, “Unsigned Binary” and “Hexadecimal” options.
♦ [Notification]:Specify a register/bit location to be notified;
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the HMI will set the bit to be ON.
- [Before Writing]: The HMI sets the Notification to be ON
when the numeric keypad appears and sets the location to be OFF when the numeric keypad disappear.
- [After Writing]: The Worksation sets the [Notification] location to be ON after writing the input value to the
[Write] location.
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Decimal Pt. Position] :Specify the number of digits after the
integral part of the number.(The maximum is based on the
specified format)
♦ [Intergral Digts]:The number of the integral part in a number.
♦ [Fractional Digts]:The number of decimal digits.
♦ [Display Asterisk Instead of Number]:Display asterisk instead
of input value for security.
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[Validation and Security] Block:
♦ [Input Min]: Set the minimum input value. (Less than the
minimum input value will be warned and rejected.)
♦ [Input Max]:Set the maximum input value. (Greater than the
maximum will be warned and rejected.)
♦ [User Level]:There are 9 levels, the order is 1 > 2 … > 8 > 9.
♦ [Operation Comfirmation]:When enter the value, the dialog
box should appear on the screen to ask for the User’s comfirmation; the longest waiting time is 5~60 (Sec.).
For other properties which are not explained in this section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. III Object Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
To design a [Set Value] button as the following:
1. Shape:Select “Raised Base”。
2. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “D100” to write in.
[Notification] :Specify “M10”. (The HMI model is
PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
3. The Numeric Entry is [Word].
4. Specify the [Notification] location to be ON after writing
the input value to the [Write] location.
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5. The numeric display is [Display Asterisks Instead of
Number] on the numeric keyapad.
6. The input min. is ‘0’, the input max. is ‘2000’.
7. After numeric entry, it’s needed operator comfirmation.
8. Enter the desired text on the [Text] tab and the bkg. color
is white.
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Above-mentioned steps will create a [Set Value] Button. When pressed
this button, the numeric keypad will display on the screen. After
numeric entry, the input value can not display on a [Set Value] button
directly. Therefore, a user can design the other object [Numeric
Display] to display the input value; See Figure 107.
Figure 107. The [Set Value] Button and [Numeric Display] object
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2.7.1.7.
[Set Constant Button]
I. Function
When pressed this button, the Workstation will write a constant to
thecorrepondant PLC register. The numeric keypad will not display on
the screen due to the constant have been set in PLC.
II. Properties
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[Value]:Specify the constant value here.
For other properties which are not explained in this section, please
refer to the Section 2.7.1.6. [Set Value Button] and the Section 2.7.
Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
Here takes the glass list as example. When press one of these buttons,
the Workstation will write the specified constant value to the correpondant PLC register. In this example, “4mm glasses” represents the
contant value “400”, “5mm glasses” represents the constant value
“500”…etc. See Figure 108.
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[Set Constant]
Button
Figure 108. The Example of [Set Constant] Buttons- glass list
The properties of [Set Constant] buttons above (ex. “4 mm Glass”):
1. [Write] : Specify the PLC register “D10”. [Notification] : Specify “M10”. (The HMI model is PWS3261
and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
2. The numeric entry is [Word].
3. Specify the constant value “400” to a “4 mm Glass” button.
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4. Enter the desired text on the [Text] tab and the bkg. color
is green.
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Above-mentioned steps will create a “4mm glasses” button. When
pressed, the Workstation will store the constant value “400” to the
register “D10”.
Following the same steps to design other glass buttons but the constant
value should be reset.
2.7.1.8.
[Increment Button]
I. Function
When pressed, the Workstation reads the constant variable stored in
the PLC register. Then the value obtained by adding the specified
constant will be written in the correspondent PLC register.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Increment]:Select [Increment] to create an [Increment] button; one press increases a specified constant.
♦ [Jog Step]:The [Increment] button is to add the specified constant by a press.
♦ [Limit]:Specify the maximum written in a register if the button is an Increment Button.
For other properties which are not explained in this section, please
refer to the Section 2.7.1.6. [Set Value Button] and the Section 2.7.
Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
Figure 109 is an illustration of an [Increment] button. Once pressed the
[Increment] key, the incresead value stored in the PLC register will be
displayed in bar graph. ([Bar Graph] is an object used to display the
dynamic data in ADP)
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Figure 109. An Illustration of an [Increment] Button
The properties of an [Increament] button above:
5. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “D200” to write in.
[Notification] :Specify as “D200”. (The HMI model is
PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
6. Shape:Select “Outlined_1”。
7. The jog step is ‘5’, the limit is ‘100’.
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8. Enter the desired text on the [Text] tab and the bkg. color
is “White”.
The following is an illustration of an [Increment] button.
Press [Increment]
button five times.
Figure 110. Press butoon five times to add ‘25’ to the PLC constant
2.7.1.9.
[Decrement]
I. Function
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When pressed, the Workstation reads the constant variable stored in
the PLC register. Then the value obtained by subtracting the specified
constant will be written in the correspondent PLC register.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Decrement]:Select [Decrement] to crate a [Decrement] button. One press is to one subtraction.
♦ [Jog Step]:Secify the constant of jog step to subtract for a
[Decreased] Button.
♦ [Limit]:Specify the minimine limit to a register for a [Decreased] button.
For more properties wich are not explained in this Section, please to
the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
Figure 111 is an illustration of a [Decrement] button. When pressed the
[Decrement] button, the subtracted constant value stored in a PLC
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register will be displayed in a bar graph. ([Bar Graph] is an object used
to display the dynamic data in ADP)
Figure 111. An illustration of the [Increment]/[Decrement] button
The steps to design a [Decrement] button are the same as Section
2.7.1.8. [Decrement Button] III. Example, remember to change the
limit to ‘0’.
The following is an illustration for the [Decrement Button].
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Press [Decrement]
button five times
Figure 112. Press [Decrement] button five times to subtract ‘25’ to
the PLC constant
2.7.1.10. [Goto Screen Button]
I. Function
When pressed, the Workstaion will change the current screen to the
specified screen.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Open/Go To]:Check this option to create a [Open/Go To]
button. A user can specify the screen to change from the dropdown list.
♦ [Enabled By]:Only change the screen when the PLC register
is ON.
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[Execution] Block:
♦ [On Press]:Execute the command when pressed.
♦ [On Release]:Execute the command when released.
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[Appended Functions] Block:
♦ [Change to the Lowest User Level]:Set the current user level
as the lowest level (User Level 9).
♦ [Keep the Button’s Screen Open]:Keep the button’s screen up
on the screen.(only applicable on sub-screen in xx60 series)
♦ [Acknowledge Alarm]:Acknowledges the curren active alarm
when pressed.
♦ [Notify]:Specify a bit-location to notify after press.
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[Security] Block:
♦ [User Level]:9 levels in all, the levels are 1 > 2 … > 8 > 9.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
To design a [Goto Screen] button as the following:
1. Shape:Select “Raised”.
2. Press this button to change to “Screen_3”.
3. The command is excuted when pressed.
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4. Enter the desired text on the [Text] tab.
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Figure 113 is an illustration of the [Goto Screen] button.
[Goto Screen] Button
Figure 113. An illustration of a [Goto Screen] Button
2.7.1.11. [Previous Screen Button]
I. Function
When pressed this button, the Workstation will change the current to
previous screen.
II. Properties
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Close/Previous] : Select [Close/Previous] to create a
[Close/Previous] button.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7.1.10. [Goto Screen Buttons] and Section 2.7.
Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The steps to design a [Close/Previous] button are the same as the
Section 2.7.1.10. [Goto Screen Button] III. Example .Remember to
check the [Close/Previous] option.
Figure 114 is an illustration of a [Close/Previous] button.
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[Previous Screen] Button
Figure 114. An Example of the [Previous Screen] Button
2.7.1.12. [Action Button]
I. Function
An Action button performs a built-in function.
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II. Properties
1. To use the action buttons below in PWS models:
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[Action] Block:
♦ “Contrast Up”: Increase the contrast or brightness of the display.
♦ “Contrast Down”: Decrease the contrast or brightness of the
display.
♦ “Save contrast”: Save the setting of contrast or brightness.
♦ “Password Table”: Display the password table.
♦ “Reenter Passward”: Display the password table to reenter.
♦ “Set Lowest User Level”: Change to the lowest user level = 9.
♦ “Print Screen”: Print the specified region (HARDCOPY) of
current screen.
♦ “Goto System Menu”: Change to the system menu.
♦ “Turn off Backlight”: Turn off the backlight.
♦ “Alarm Ack”: Acknowledge the current active alarm to keep
going on.
♦ “Set Time & Date”: Set the time and date.
♦ Select Language #1~#5: Display the screen by the specified
language, 5 languages for selection.
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These features are not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to the Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and
HMI Models.
2. To use the action buttons below in SoftPanel:
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[Action] Block:
♦ “Password Table”: Display the password table on SoftPanel.
♦ “Reenter Password”: Display the password table to reenter on
SoftPanel.
♦ “Set Lowest User Level”: Change to the lowest user level = 9
on SoftPanel.
♦ “Print Screen”: Print the specified region (HARDCOPY) of
current screen on SoftPanel.
♦ “Goto System Menu”: Change to the system menu on SoftPanel.
♦ “Alarm Ack”: Acknowledge the current active alarm to keep
going on SoftPanel.
♦ “Select Screen”: Select the screen to change from the dialg box
when pressed on SoftPanel.
♦ “Name Recipe”: Name the recipe which data and number have
been specified from the dialog box when pressed on SoftPanel,
Chinese/English is allowable.
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♦ “Select Recipe”: Enter the recipe which data and number have
been specified from the dialog box for search when pressed on
SoftPanel. This object is used to great number of recipes; Chinese/English is allowable.
♦ “Print Report”: Print the edited report which report format is
recipe, logging buffer and alarm…etc on SoftPanel.
♦ “Run Application”: Run the application based on the specified
route when pressed on SoftPanel.
♦ Select Language #1~#5: Display the screen by the specified
language, 5 languages for selection.
These features are not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to the Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and
HMI Models.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
Figure 115 is an illustration of [Action] buttons. When press the button,
the contrast of the display will be changed.
Action Button
Figure 115. An Illustration of [Action] buttons
To design a [Action] Button as below:
1. The [Action] is “Contrast Up”. See Figure 116.
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2. The Bitmap is “PwsSymbol – ContrastUp”.See Figure
117.
Figure 116. Select [Contrast Up] in [Action]
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Figure 117. Select bitmap to an [Action] Button
2.7.1.13. [Data Text Conversion Button]
I. Function
This Fteature is only applicable on SoftPanel. This command is to
convert the data such as logging buffer, recipes, alarm history
buffer,alarm frequency buffer to the text file saved as *.PRN file. Then,
it can be readed in text software (ex. Excel, Word, Notpad, and so on.)
II. Properties
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Figure 118. The [Data to Text Conversion Button] Dialog Box
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[Data Source] Block : Convert [Logging Buffrt], [Recipes],
[Alarm History Buffer] and [Alarm Frequency Buffer] to text
file.
•
[Text Format] Block:
♦ [Number of Data Item]:Sepcify the number of items to be
converted to text file; the maxmum is 32 items.
♦ [Default Data Format]:[BCD], [Signed BIN] and [Unsigned
BIN].
♦ Text Format Table:Click one of cells to select the format from
the drop-down list.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
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III. Example
一. Button Design
Figure 119. An Illustration of the [Data to Text Conversion Button]
To design [Data to Text Conversion Button] buttons as Figure 109; See
below:
1. Shape:Select “Raised Base”.
2. [Data Source] is [Logging Buffer].
3. [Number of Data Items] is 4; [Default Data Format] is
“BCD”.
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4. Enter the desired text on the [Text] tab; the text color is
‘White’and the bkg. color is ‘Gray’.
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The steps to design the other [Data to Text Conversion Button] are
thesame (ex. [Recipes], [Alarm History Buffer] and [Alarm Frequency
Buffer]) but remember to change the option in [Data Souce].
二. Steps
1. Execute the *.SP2 file which is designed in ADP on SoftPanel.
2. Select the correspondent [Data to Text Conversion] button (ex. [Logging Buffer],[Recipes]…etc) to specified
data. Then, the dialog box will ask for enter the file
name (*.PRN) to save. See Figure 120.
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Figure 120. Execute the [Data to Text Conversion] Button
3. Open the converted file in the text software (ex. Word,
Excel…etc) to read. See Figure 121.
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Figure 121. Open the coverted file (*.PRN) in Excel
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2.7.2. [Numeric Entry]
I. Function
Once the button is pressed, a numeric keypad will be displayed on the
screen. Enter a value and then press the [ENT] on the keypad. The
HMI will then write the input value to the specified PLC register. The
functions of this button are to provide users with a numeric input and
its display.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Format]:There are “BCD”, “Signed Binary”, “Unsigned Binary”, “Hexadecimal”, “32-bit Floating-point” and “Octal”.
♦ [Notification]:Specify a register/bit location to be notified;
the HMI will set the bit to be ON.
- [Before Writing]: The HMI sets the Notification location to
be ON when the numeric keypad appears and sets the
location to be OFF when the numeric pad disappears.
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- [After Writing]: The Workstation sets the [Notification] location to be ON after writing the input value to the
[Write] location.
•
[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Fill Leading Zero]:Select this option to fill leading zeros; for
example, “5902.1”is displayed as “005902.1”.
♦ [Decimal Pt. Position] :Specify the number of digits after the
integral part of the number. There are 0~10 digits for choice.
♦ [Fractional Digts]:The number of decimal digits.
(Fractional Digts + Integral Digts or Decimal Pt. Position <=
the maximum number of digits.)
♦ [Integral Digts]:The number of the integral part in a number.
(Fractional Digts + Integral Digts or Decimal Pt. Position <=
the maximum number of digits.)
♦ [Scaling]:The formula is Y = aX+b (Note that this only the
formats “Signed Binary”, “Unsigned Binary” and “32-bit Floating-point” support this option.)
- [Gain]:Y = aX,where X = the value stored in PLC and Y=
HMI displayed value.
- [Offset]:If the ininitial value is not zero, then set the [Offset].
•
[Validation and Security] Checking box:
♦ [Variable Input Limits]:Set the input limits as variable. The
minimum is stored in the bit following the [Write] location; the
maximum is stored in the bit following the minimun input
value. For example, if the [Write] location is “D10”, then the
minimum is stored in “D11”; the maximum is stored in “D12”.
♦ [Min]:Set the minimum input value. (Less than the minimun
input value will be warned and rejected.)
♦ [Max]:Set the maximum input value. (Greater than the maximum will be warned and rejected.)
Address
Example:
X
X+1
X+2
Write
Min
Max
D10
D11
D12
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7.1.6. [Set Constant Value] and the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object properties.
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III. Example
一. A Basic Numeric Entry Button
The following are the steps to create a [Numeric Entry] button:
1. Frame Style: Select “DE_Module_2”; and the background
color is “Black”; the character color is “White”.
2. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “D100” to store the value.
(The HMI model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi
FX2N.)
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. Allow 4 integral digits in a number.
5. The minimum of an input value is “0” and the maximum of an
input value is “60000.”
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The steps above will create a [Numeric Entry] button. Once the button
is pressed, a numeric keypad will be displayed on the screen. After
entering a value, the HMI will show the input value on the button.
Users can also design a [Numeric Display] object to display the value
stored in the PLC. Therefore, for this basic numeric entry button, if one
enters “10” on the HMI, then both of the [Numeric Entry] button and
the [Numeric Display] object will show “10.” See Figure 122.
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[Numeric]
Entry
Figure 122. A basic [Numeric Entry] button and a [Numeric Display]
object
二. A Numeric Entry Button with the Scaling Feature
To design a [Numeric Entry] button with the [Scaling] feature, [Gain]
= 0.5; [Offset] = 2:
All other properties are the same as the example above.
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This example will create a [Numeric Entry] button with the [Scaling]
feature. After entering a value, the HMI will show the input value on
the button. Users can also design a [Numeric Display] button to display
the value stored in the PLC. Therefore, for this example of the button
with the [Scaling] feature, if one enters “10” on the HMI, then the [Numeric Entry] button will show “10” and the [Numeric Display] object
will show “16.” See Figure 123.
(Y = aX + b: X is the value stored in the PLC, Y is the input value on
an HMI; where a=0.5 and b=2 here)
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[Numeric]
Entry
Figure 123. A [Numeric Entry] button with [Scaling] feature and a
[Numeric Display] button
2.7.3. [Character Entry]
I. Function
Once the button is pressed, an alphabetic keypad will be displayed on
the screen. Enter character(s) and then press the [ENT] on the keypad.
The HMI will then write the input entry in ASCII to the specified PLC
register. The functions of this button are to provide users with an
alphabetic input and its display.
The object is not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI Models for
the complete details.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Number of Characters]:The number of characters; the maximum is “28.” (2 words in ASCII = 1 Word in a PLC register)
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7.1.6. [Set Value Button] and the Section 2.7. Object
III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Character Entry] button:
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1. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “D210” to store the input
value. (The HMI model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is
Mitsubishi FX2N)
2. The [Number of Characters] is “4”.
3. The [Waiting Time (Sec.)] is “20” seconds.
The steps above will create a [Character Entry] button. Once the button
is pressed, an alphabetic keypad will be displayed on the screen. After
entering the characters, press the [ENT] on the keypad. Then a dialog
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box should appear on the screen to ask for the user’s confirmation. See
Figure 124.
Note that press the [ALT] key for the keypad shift.
Figure 124. The [Character Entry] button
2.7.4. [List]
I. Function
Each item in the [List] object is correspondant to desinated register
value in PLC. The first item represents the register value as “0”. The
second item represents the register value as “1”, and so on. When user
chooses one of the items in the list, the Workstation will store the
correspondant value in PLC register.
The corresponding item will be highlighted in a [List] object. Furthermore, a user can change the value of a PLC register by making a selection from a [List] object. This object is not applicable on all HMI
models; please refer to the Section Appendix A. – Table of the ADP
6.0 Features and the HMI Models.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Read Only]: For the purpose of display. Users are not able to
make a selection from the list.
♦ [Write]: Writes the value to the specified PLC register.
♦ [Type of State]:
- [Value]: There are 256 states (0-255). The value of “0” represents state 0; the value of “1” represents state 1, and
so on.
- [LSB]: There are 16 states. If more than 2 bits are to be ON,
the PLC register will store the value of the lower bit.
♦ [Format]: This is only applicable when [Value] option is selected. There are three selections “BCD”, “Signed Binary”, and
“Unsigned Binary”. ♦ [Read]: Reads the value from the specified PLC register. If the
location is not specified, then the HMI reads from the [Write]
location.
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Proerties.
III. Example
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The following are the steps to create a [List] object:
1. Shape:Select “Outlined_2”; and the background color is
“White”.
2. [Write]:Specify the PLC register “D10” to store the
value.(The HMI model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N)
3. The [Type of State] is “Value”.
4. The [Format] is “BCD”.
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5. On the [State] tab, add new states. There are 8 states in this object.
6. On the [Text] tab, enter the text and set up the format of the
display.
The steps above will create a [List] object. When a user selects an item
from the [List] object, the HMI will write the value associated with the
item to the specified PLC register. Therefore, if the item “Peach” is selected, then the value of the PLC register will be “5.”
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[List]
Figure 125. The [List] object and the display of the PLC register
value of the item
2.7.5. [Drop Down List]
I. Function
Each of the items in a [Drop Down List] object also corresponds to a
value of a PLC register. Therefore, for a [Drop Down List] object, the
value associated with the displayed item is the current value of the
PLC register.
Click the object to display the list. The object will then drop down a
list of items which a user can choose from. Furthermore, a user can
change the value of a PLC register by making a selection from a [Drop
Down List] object. Once a selection is made from the object, the list
will be disappeared. This object is not applicable on all HMI models,
please refer to Appendix A.- Table of the ADP 6.0 Feature and the HMI
models for the complete details.
II. Properties
The properties of the [Drop Down List] object are similar to those for
the [List] object, please refer to the Section 2.7.4. [List] and the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The steps to create a [Drop Down List] object are similar to those for a
[List] object. Please refer to the Section 2.7.4. [List] III. Example for
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the complete details. Remember to adjust the length of a list accordingly so that a user is able to display all items of the list.
Figure 126 is an example of a [Drop Down List] object on the HMI.
Click the object to display the list. The object will then drop down a
list of items which a user can choose from. When a user selects an item
from the list, the HMI will write the value associated with the item to
the PLC register. Therefore, if the item “Peach” is selected, then the
value of the PLC register will be “5.”
Notice that once a selection is made from the object, the list will be
disappeared.
[Drop Down List]
Figure 126. The [Drop Down List] object and the display of the register value of the item
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2.7.6. [Indicator]
2.7.6.1.
[Multistate Indicator]
I. Function
[Multistate Indicator] is to indicate which state it is with text and /or a
graphic. Therefore, as the HMI reads the contact status or the register
value from the PLC, it can automatically display the corresponding designed content on the HMI screen according to the indicator.
The following are the number of the states:
1. [Bit]: The maximum number of the states is “2”;
2. [Value]: T he maximum number of the states is “256”;
3. [LSB]: The maximum number of the states is “16”.
II. Properties
•
[Variable] Block:
♦ [Read]: Specify the register/bit location.
- [Bit]: Two states in all. (User can input more than two states
but the object only displays two states on HMI.)
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- [Value]: 256 states (0-255) in all ; value 0 represents state 0;
value 1 represents state 1; value 2 represents state 2,
and so on.
- [LSB]: 16 states in all ; the Workstation takes the bit number
of the least bit that is on as the state number.
♦ [Format]: Specify the data format. There are three options:
[BCD], [Signed Binary], and [Unsigned Binary].
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the section 2.7. Object Menu III Specify object properties .
III. Exapmple
The following are the steps to create an [Multistate Indicator] object:
1. [Read]:Specify the PLC register “D60” to read from. (The HMI
model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N)
2. The [Format] is “LSB”.
3. Select “Round _1” ; and the boder color is “Black” .
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4. On the [State] tab, add new states. There are 4 states in this object.
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5. Select bitmap on [Graphic] tab. This example does not display
text but graphics. (These graphics are in “SYMBOLS.GBF” library)
6. The [Background Color] is “White” on the [Text] tab.
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The above-mentioned steps will create a [Multistate Indicator] object.
In this example, the [Numeric Entry] buttons are desgined for the
numeric entry written in the PLC register. The [Multistate Indicator]
objects will display the corresponding states according to the register
value. See Figure 127.
Therefore,for this example of the object, if one enters “1” on the HMI,
then [Multistate Indicator] object will show “State 0”;if one enters “4”,
the object will show “State 2” ; if one enters “8”, the object will show
“State 3” .
Figure 127. The [Multistate Indicator] object displayed the correspondant graphic
The [format] in this example is “LSB”, please refer to the following table:
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Numeric
Entry
(LSB)
Bit State
Multistate
Indicator
1
0 bit is ON; the others are OFF
State 0
2
1 bit is ON; the other are OFF
State 1
4
2 bit is ON; the other are OFF
State 2
8
3 bit is ON; the other are OFF
State 3
Graphics
[
2.7.6.2.
[Range Indicator]
I. Function
A [Range Indicator] displays one of several indicator labels depending
on the register value. The HMI reads register values from the PLC and
automatically caculates the difference according to the boundary value
of current states. Then, the contents of current status are displayed on
the HMI screen according to the caculated results.
Read value from PLC Æ Caculated result Æ Display the
II. Properties states
corresponding
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[Ranges] Block:
♦ [Variable Limits]:Specify the minimum of the ranges are to
be read from registers following the read location. If the [Read]
address is “Dn”, the minimunof Range#0 is stored in “Dn+1”,
the minimum of Range#1 is stored in “Dn+2”, and so on.
♦ [Constant Limits]:The minimum of the ranges is “Constant”.
- [Range#]:The number of ranges, 15 ranges is the most.
- [Minimum]:The minimum of ranges.
Note:numbers of ranges = number of
states − 1
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create an [Range Indicator] object:
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State 0:
3000≤Distance
State 1:
2500≤ Distance< 3000
State 2:
Distance<2500
1. [Read]:Specify the PLC register “D90” to read from. (The
HMI model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is Mitsubishi
FX2N.)
2. Shape:Select “Raised _2”.
3. The minimum of ranges are constant limits.
4. The minimun of range#0 is “3000”; the minimun of range#1 is
“2500”.
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5. On the [State] tab, add new states.This object has 3 states.
6. On the [Text] tab, enter the text to states.
The above-mentioned steps will create a [Range Indicator] object. In
this example, a [Numeric Entry] button is to input value in the PLC
register; and a [Range Indicator] object is to calculate the result and
display its corresponding state associated with the specified range. See
Figure 128.
If a user enters the input value “3500”, the correspondant range is
range# 0. Therefore, the [Range Indicator] object will show “Success”
Object.
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[Range Indicator]
Object
Figure 128. [Range Indicator] object displayed the corresponding
state
2.7.7. [Numeric Display]
I. Function
The function of the [Numeric Display] object is to display the register
value stored in PLC. This object does not support press-button function.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Read]:Specify a register/bit location.
♦ [Format]:There are “BCD”, “SignedBinary”, “UnsignedBinary”, “Hexadecimal”, “32-bit Floating-point” and “Octal”.
•
[Range] Block:
♦ [Edit] Button: When press this button, the displayed dialog
box provides display format with high/low range.
- [None]:None of high/low limit.
- [Constant]:Enter the constant variable of high/low limit.
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- [Register]:Read high/low limit from register. If the read location is “Dn”, the high limit stored in “Dn+1” and
the low limit stored in “Dn+2.
- [Display Format]:Specify the format to display when the
variable is equal or more/less than high/low limit.
For the properties which are not explained in this section, please refer
to the Section 2.7.1.6. [Set Value Button] and the Section 2.7. Object
III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create an [Numeric Display] object:
1. [Frame]:Select “DD_Module_2”; and the bkg. color is
“White”.
2. [Read]:Read the value from the specified PLC register
‘D100’.(The HMI model is PWS3261 and the PLC model is
Mitsubishi FX2N)
3. [Character Color]: The character color is “Blue”.
4. [High Limit]: Specify ‘100’; [Low Limit]: Specify ‘30’.
5. If the variable is equal or less than ‘30’, it would display
“Light Blue”; If the variable is equal or more than ‘120’,it
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would display “Red”; If the variable is between ‘30’ and ‘120’,
it would display “Blue” as original setting.
Above-mentioned steps will create a [Numeric display] object. In this
example, a [Numeric Entry] button is to input value in the PLC register.
The variable will display different format on the screen according to its
range. See Figure 129.
Therefore, the variable will display “Light Blue” if one enters ‘10’; the
variable will display “Blue” if one enters ‘50’; the variable will display
“Red” if one enters ‘120’.
Input Value ≤ 30, 30 < Input Value < 100, Input Value≥ 100
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Figure 129. An Illustration of the [Numeric Display] objects
2.7.8. [Character Display]
I. Function
The function of a [Character Display] button is to provide an alphanumeric display for an ASCII variable in the PLC register. Note that it
does not support press-button function.
II. Properties
•
[Number of Character]:Specify the number of characters to
display. It can have up to 28 characters which are limited by the
width of the object.
For othet properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Prestored Message Display]
object; this function can be applied in the factory for the product
management:
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[Character Display]
Object
1. [Frame] : Select “Outlined_2”; “Blue” border color and
“White” background color.
2. [Read]:Specify “D20”.(The HMI model is PWS3261; the
PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N)
3. [Number of Characters] is 10.
4. The [Character Color] is “Dark Blue”.
2.7.9. [Message Display]
There are six types of Message Display Buttons:[Prestored Message],
[Moving Sign], [Data Terminal], [Time Display], [Data Display],
[Day-of-Week Display].
Please note that a Message Display Button contains only text; however
an Indicator Button can have both text and graphic.
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2.7.9.1.
[Prestored Message Display]
I. Function
The HMI reads the contact state (ON/OFF) or the register value from
the PLC and automatically displays designed content on the HMI
screen according to the state/value.
II. Properties
Please refer to the Section 2.7.6.1. [Multistate Indicator] for the
conpelte details.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Prestored Message Display]
object:
1. Frame:Select “Recessed_1”; and “Dark Blue” borlder color.
2. [Read]:Specify “W20”.
3. Select [Value] state.
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4. Add new states on [State] tab to configure 8 states.
5. Enter the desired text and specify the format of text on
[Text] tab.
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Above-mentioned steps will create a [Prestored Message Display] object. When pressed the [Multistate] button (under the [Prestored
Message Display] object) once, the HMI writes the command to PLC
for state change. Therefore, once the state is changed, the [Prestored
Message Display] will display the corresponding state. See Figure 130.
For instance, once the state is “Blueberry”; the [Prestored Message
Display] object will display its corresponding content “Blueberry”.
Once the state is “Starfruit”, the [Prestored Message Display] object
will display its corresponding content “Starfruit”.
[Presetored Message
Display] Object
Figure 130. The [Prestored Message Display] Object
2.7.9.2.
[Moving Sign]
I. Function
The [Moving Sign] object display its content one by one from right to
left in circle.
When the HMI reads the value from a bit-location (ON/OFF) or
register in PLC, the [Moving Sign] object will display its content or
message according to the corresponding state on the screen.
II. Properties
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[Speed] Block:
♦ [Number of Characters Per Shift] : Specify the number of
characters per shift.
♦ [Time Between Shifts (sec.)] :Specify the time between shifts.
The unit is second.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
To design a [Moving Sign] object as the following:
1. Frame:Select “DD_Module_3”.
2. [Read]:Specify “D80”. (The HMI model is PWS3261; the
PLC model is Mitsubishi FX2N.)
3. Select [Value] to display the variable; the [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. The number of characters per shift is ‘1’ and the time between
shifts is ‘0.5’ seconds.
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5. 3 states in all, the number of states can be modified on [State]
tab.
6. Enter the text to its corresponding state on the [Text] tab to
display.
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Above-mentioned steps will create a [Moving Sign] object. The left
[Multistate] button here is designed to write the command to PLC
when pressed. Therefore, the [Moving Sign] object will display the
corresponding content according the current state. See Figure 131.
For example, if the state is “Morning”, the [Moving Sign] object will
display “Good Morning! Good Morning! Good Morning!” The text
here is the revolving display, moving per character from right to the
left.
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[Moving Sign] Object
Figure 131. An Illustration of the [Moving Sign] objects
2.7.9.3.
[Data Terminal]
I. Function
The function of this object is to simulate ASCII terminal. The Workstation and the terminal can be connected with another specified
communication port and the specified communication parameter to the
data terminal displayed with ASCII /HEX mode.
Remember to set “ASCII Device” to communicate and specify the
communication port. Note that this function is not applicable on all
models; please refer to the Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0
Featutres and HMI models.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Read]: Specify a bit-location to read from. “ASCII Device”
provides “RX”, “RXSTS”, “TX” and “TXSTS” contacts.
•
[Display] Block:
♦ [Mode]: Display the data terminal in ASCII/HEX mode.
•
[Data Buffer] Block:
♦ [Type]:
- “Local”: Select to display the current terminal data but the
last display data is not included when the screen is
changed.
- “Global”: Select to display the terminal data including the last
one when the screen is changed.
♦ [Size]: Specify the number of rows in terminal data.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Terminal Data] object:
1. Click [Application]/[Workstation Setup] to set “ASCII Device” as Contoller/PLC in the [Application Properties] dialog
box.
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2. Specify the port/method used for the connection on the
[Connection] tab.
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3. Shape:Select “Outlined_2”; and the color is “Black”.
4. [Read]:Specify “RX”.(The HMI model is PWS3261N; the
Contoller/PLC is ASCII Device)
5. The mode is “ASCII” to display the terminal data.
6. The buffer type is “Local”.
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Above-mentioned steps will create a [Data Terminal] object; it
displays the terminal data in ASCII model.
2.7.9.4.
[Time Display]
I. Function
The HMI reads the time value of the internal REAL TIME CLOCK
(RTC) and displays the content directly on the HMI screen. Note that
this function is not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to the
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Feature and the HMI Models.
II. Properties
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [HH:MM:SS]: Display Hour: Minute: Second.
♦ [HH:MM]: Display Hour: Minute.
III. Example
See Section 2.7.9.5. [Date Display] III Example.
2.7.9.5.
[Date Display]
I. Function
The HMI reads the date value of the internal REAL TIME CLOCK
(RTC) and displays the content directly on the HMI screen. Note that
the function is not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI Models.
II. Properties
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [MM/DD/YY]: The format is Month/Date/Year.
♦ [DD/MM/YY]: The format is Date/Month/Year.
♦ [DD.MM.YY]: The format is Date.Month.Year.
III. Example
[TimeDisplay]間
[Date Display]
Figure 132. The [Time Display] and [Date Display] Objects
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2.7.9.6.
[Date of week Display]
I. Function
The HMI reads the date of week value from internal REAL TIME
CLOCK (RTC) and displays the content directly on the HMI screen.
Note that this function is only applicable on all HMI models; please
refer the Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI
Models.
II. Properties
The HMI will display the date of week automatically. The following
is the [Text] tab in the [Date of week Display] dialog box.
III. Example
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Date of week
Display
2.7.10.
[Bar Graph]
Two types of [Bar Graph]:[Normal] and [Deviation].
2.7.10.1. [Normal]
I. Function
The HMI reads the value of the PLC register and convert the data into
a [Bar Graph] and then displays the graph on the HMI.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Min.] :Specify the minimum the bar graph can display.
♦ [Max.]:Specify the maximum the bar graph can display.
♦ [Variable target/range limits]: Select this option if the target
value and the range limits are read from the PLC.
♦ [Target Variable] stored in a bit-location follows the [Read].
[Low Limit] stored in a bit location follows the [Target Variable]. The [High Limit] stored in a bit location follows the
[Low Limit]. For example, if [Read] is “D10”, [Target Variable]
is “D11”, [Low Limit] is “D12”, [High Limit] is “D13”.
Regiser
Example:
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X
X+1
Read
Target Variable
Low Limit
High Limit
D11
D12
D13
D10
X+2
X+3
[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Upward],[Downward],[Rightward] and [Leftward]:Select the
direction to fill.
♦ [Color]:Specify the color of the bar graph.
♦ [Pattern]:Specify the pattern style to display.
♦ [Target]:Set the target to display.
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- [Value]:Specify the constant target value.
- [Color]:Specify the color of target line.
♦ [Ranges]:Select this option to fill the graph with a different
color when the register value is beyond a normal range.
- [Low Range]:Specify the color to fill the graph with if the
register value is equal to or less than the low range
limit.
- [Limit]:Specify a constant for the low range limit.
- [High Range]:Specify the color to fill the graph with if the
register value is greater than or equal to the high range
limit.
- [Limit]:Specify a constant for the high range limit.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. III Object Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Bar Graph] object:
Equal or less
than low limit
Between
high/low limit
1. Frame:Select “Recessed_1”; the bkg. color is “White”.
2. [Read]:Specify “@5” (Local Internal Memory).
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. The minimun is -32,768 and the maxmum is 32,767.
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5. Check the option [Variable target/range limits].
6. When the register value is equal or less than the low limit, the
graph will be filled with “Blue” color; when the register value
is equal or greater than the high limit, the graph will be filled
with “Red” color.
Above-mentioned steps will create a [Bar Graph] object. The [Numeric Entry] object here is to set the high/low limit and the left of the
[Bar Graph] is a scale. The [Low Limit] here is −15000; and the [High
Limit] is 15000. See Figure 133.
Variable ≤ −15000, the graph is filled with “Blue’; −15000 < Variable
< 15000, the graph is filled with “Black”; Variable ≥ 15000, the graph
is filled with “Red”.
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Value ≤ −15000
Value = Scale ×1000
Value ≥ 15000
Value = Scale×1000
Figure 133. The Example of the [Bar Graph] object
2.7.10.2. [Deviation]
I. Function
The HMI reads the values of the PLC register and compares them with
the normal value. Then the HMI converts the difference and presents it
on a Bar Graph on the HMI.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Variable Std Value/Deviation Limit]:Select this option if the
standard value and deviation limit are read from the PLC. If
[Read] address is “D10”, [Standard Value] will be stored in
“D11”; [Deviation Limit] will be stored in “D12”.
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Vertical],[Horizontal]:Choose the direction for filling a graph.
♦ [Standard Value]:Specify the constant standard value. The
standard value will be a datum line on the bar graph.
♦ [Display Deviation Limit]:Select this option to fill the bar
graph with selected color when the difference of the register
value and the standard value is beyond the limit.
- [Limit]:Specify the constant limit.
Difference Value =│Variable − Standard Value│
- [Color]:Specify the color to fill the graph with when the differnce of the register value and the standard value is
beyond the limit.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7.10.1. [Bar Graph] and Section 2.7. Object III Specify
Object Properties.
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III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Deviation] object:
Difference Value < Limit
Difference Value > Limit
Difference Value =│Variable − Standard Value│;
Standard Value =0; Limit =20000; Value = Scale ×1000
1. Frame:Select “Recessed_1”; and the bkg. color is “Yellow”.
2. [Read]:Specify “@5”. (Local Internal Meomory)
3. [Format] is “Signed Binary”.
4. The minimum is -32,768; the maximum is 32,767 on the
deviation bar graph.
5. The deviation bar graph is horizontal direction.
6. The datum point is ‘0” on the deviation bar graph.
7. Specify the ‘Red’ color to fill the graph with when the differnce
of the register value and the standard value is beyond the limit
‘20000’.
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2.7.11.
[Trend Graph]
I. Function
The function is to read a series of values from the related PLC register.
Then the HMI converts these values and presents it on a Trend Graph
on the HMI.
Suppose that the register is “Dn” to read from and three curves in
all.The data will be readed as the following format:
Value in Dn = “m” is the real sampling points;
Value in Dn+1 is the first point of Y direction on the curve #1;
Value in Dn+2 is the first point of Y direction on the curve #2;
Value in Dn+3 is the first point of Y direction on the curve #3;
Value in Dn+4 is the 2nd point of Y direction on the curve #1;
Value in Dn+5 is the 2nd point of Y direction on the curve #2;
Value in Dn+6 is the 2nd point of Y direction on the curve #3;
:
:
and so on. The Workstation reads PLC registers from Dn to Dn+3m in
total.
For example, if the value in Dn is m = 25 sampling points; the HMI
will read data from 76 (=3×25+1) PLC registers.
II. Properties
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[Control] Block:To control the trend graph by PLC.
♦ [Trigger Flag #]:The Trigger Flag No.of the tred graph is 1215 bits in CFR. The HMI reads data from PLC and display the
trend graph when the Trigger Flag turns on.
♦ [Clear Flag #]::The Clear Flag No.of the tred graph is 8-11
bits in CFR. The HMI clears the trend graph when that Clear
Flag tuns on.
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Number of Points]:Specify the maximal number to diplay on
the Y-direction.
♦ [Number of Grids]:Specify the number of evenly spaced horizontal grids to be displayed.
♦ [Grid Color]:Specify the color of the horizontal grids.
♦ [Curve # 1] ~ [Curve # 4]:Provide four curves for edit. When
pressed [Edit] button, the dialog box will appear as the following:
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- [Minimum]:Specify the value corresponding to the lowest
point on the trend graph. When the data is equal to or
less than the [Minimum], the Workstation places the
dot at the bottom pixel of the drawing area of the
trend graph.
- [Maximum]:Specify the value corresponding to the highest
point on the trend graph. When the register is equal to
or greater than the [Maximum], the Workstation
places the dot at the top pixel of the drawing area of
the trend graph.
- [Pen Color]:Specify the color of the trending curve.
- [Line Style]:Specify the line style of the trending curve.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Trend Graph] object:
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1. Frame:Select “Outlined_2”; and the bkg. color is “White.
2. [Read]:Specify “@100”. (Local Internal Memory)
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”。
4. [Trigger Flag] and [Clear Flag] are #1。
5. Number of Points is 10.
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6. The minimum is “0”; and the maximum is 100.
2.7.12.
[XY Chart]
I. Function
The Function is to read a series of values from the related PLC register.
Then the HMI converts these values and presents it on an X-Y Chart
on the HMI.
Suppose that the register is “Dn” to read from; and two curves in all.
The data will be readed as the following format:
Value in Dn = “m” is the real sampling points;
Value in Dn+1 is the first point of X-axis on the curve #1;
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Value in Dn+2 is the first point of Y-axis on the curve #1;
Value in Dn+3 is the first point of X-axis on the curve #2;
Value in Dn+4 is the first point of Y-axis on the curve #2;
Value in Dn+5 is the 2nd point of X-axis on the curve #1;
Value in Dn+6 is the 2nd point of Y-axis on the curve #1;
Value in Dn+7 is the 2nd point of X-axis on the curve #2;
Value in Dn+8 is the 2nd point of Y-axis on the curve #2;
:
:
and so on. The Workstation reads PLC registers from Dn to Dn+2m in
total.
For example, if the value in Dn is m = 15 sampling points; the HMI
will read data from 61 (=2×2×15+1) PLC registers.
II. Properties
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[Control] Block:To control the trend graph by PLC.
♦ [Trigger Flag #]:The Trigger Flag No.of the tred graph is 1215 bits in CFR. The HMI reads data from PLC and display the
XY chart when the Trigger Flag turns on.
♦ [Clear Flag #]::The Clear Flag No.of the tred graph is 8-11
bits in CFR. The HMI clears the trend graph when that Clear
Flag tuns on.
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[Display] Block:
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♦ [Points],[Line],[Area over X-axis] and [Area over Y-axis]:See
the illustration below.
♦ [Maximal Number of Points]:Specify the maximal number of
points to display on XY chart.
♦ [Number of H Lines]:Specify the number of horizontal lines.
♦ [Number of V Lines]:Specify the number of vertical lines.
♦ [Color]:Specify the color of the lines.
♦ [Curve # 1] ~ [Curve # 4]:Provide four curves for edit. When
pressed [Edit] button, the dialog box will appear as the following:
♦ [Data Set # 1] ~ [Data Set # 2]:When press [Edit] button, the
dialog box will appear as the following:
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- [Vertical Min.] and [Vertical Max.] :Specify the minimum
and maximum value for Y-axis.
- [Horizontal Min.] and [Vertical Max]:Specify the minimum
and maximum value for X-axis.
- [Color]:Specify the color for point/line.
- [Point Size]:Specify the size of the point to display.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties .
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [XY Chart] object:
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1. Frame:Select “Outlined_2”and the bkg. color is “White”.
2. [Read]:Specify “@100”. (Local Internal Memory)
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. [Trigger Flag] and [Clear Flag] are # 1.
5. Select “Line” type to display.
6. The maximal number of points is 5.
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7. The vertical and horizontal minimum are “0”, the maximum are
“100”.
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2.7.13.
[Panel Meter]
There are two types of panel meters - [Round] and [Rectangular].
2.7.13.1. [Round Panel Meter]
I. Function
The HMI reads the value from PLC register and reflects the value on the
Round Panel Meter object on the screen.
II. Properties
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[Needle] Block:
♦ [Color]:Specify the needle’s color.
♦ [Sweep Angles (deg.)] :There are 300 degrees and 360 degrees.
•
[Scale] Block:Specify the color and the number of ticks.
♦ Scale
- [Color]:Specify the color to display the scale.
- [Number of major ticks]:Specify the number of major ticks
on the scale. If the number is less than 2, no ticks are
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displayed.
- [Number of minor]:Specify the number of minor ticks on
the scale.
- [Display axis]:Check this option to display an arc as the
axis of the scale.
♦ [Display mark]:Check this option to display marks on the
scale.
- [Font]:There are “8X8” and “8X16” types.
- [Number of digits]:Specify the number of digits including
precision and scale.
- [Decimal point position]:Specify the position of the marks
digit. If the number is 0, no decimal point is displayed.
- [Min.] and [Max.]:Specify the minimum and maximum of
the marks.
•
[Target/Range] Block:Select [Edit] button, its dialog box will
appear as the following.
♦ [Variable target/range limits]:The target value and the range
limits are read from PLC. The “target value” is stored in a bitlcation whch is next to the [Read] location. The “low limit” is
next to the “target value”. The “low limit” is next to the “high
limit”. When the [Read] location is specified “D10”, the “target
value” is stored in “D11”; the “low limit” is stored in “D12”;
the “high limit” is stored in “D13”.
♦ [Display target indicator]:Check this option to display targetindicator.
- [Target value]:Specify the target value.
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- [Target needle color]:Specify the color for needle.
♦ [Display range scale]:Specify the color of range scale to display.
- [Low Range Color] and [High Range Color]:Specify the
color to display on the scale when the value is
less/greater than low/high range.
- [Low Limit] and [High Limit]:Specify the low limit and
high limit constant.
For other propties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Round Pannel Meter] object:
1. [Read]:Specify “@0”. (Local Internal Memory)
2. [Format] is “Signed Binary”.
3. The minimum is -30,000 and the maximum is 30,000.
4. The sweep angle is 300 degrees.
5. The number of major ticks is ‘7’ and the number os minor ticks
is ‘3’; the maximum mark is ‘30’ and the minimum number is
‘-30’.
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6. The low rang limit is ‘-10000’ and the color is “Blue”; the high
range limit is ‘10000’ and the color is “Red”.
2.7.13.2. [Rectangle Panel Meter]
The properties of [Recrangle Panel Meter] are the same as [Round
Panel Meter]; please refer to the Section 2.7.13.1. [Round Panel Meter].
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2.7.14.
[Pie Graph]
I. Function
The HMI reads the register values in the PLC. Then it converts the
values into a 360∘pie graph and displays the graph on the HMI screen.
II. Properties
•
[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Starting angle]:Specify the original angle of the pie graph.
♦ [Pie color]:Specify the color for filling the pie graph.
♦ [Bkg. color]:Specify the color of the unfilled part of pie graph.
♦ [Style]:Specify the pattern style for filling the pie graph.
♦ [Border]:Check this option to display the pie graph with a
border.
♦ [Color]:Specify the border color of the pie graph.
For other properties which are not explained in this Section, please
refer to the Section 2.7.10.1. [Bar Graph] and the Section 2.7. Object
Specify III Object Properties.
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III. Example
The following are the steps to create a [Pie Graph] object:
[Pie Graph]
Object
1. [Read]:Specify “W60”。
2. [Format] is “BCD”.
3. Specify the minimum is ‘0’ and the maximum is ‘100’ which
the pie graph can display.
4. The starting angle is ‘0’.
5. Specify the pattern style, pie color, bkg. color and border color.
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A Pie object is drawn from (+) X-axis (starting angle = 0). When the
input value is ‘20’, the area of the pie is one-fifth of a circle (= 20/100).
2.7.15.
[Dynamic Graphic]
The following are the options in the [Dynamic Graphic] sub-menu:
[Animated Graphic], [GIF Graphic], [State Graphic], [Dynamic Circle]
and [Dynamic Rectangle].
2.7.15.1. [Animated Graphic]
I. Function
This function enables a user to control a graph includes its position and
moving-path to display on the HMI screen over PLC or not. For
instance, the PLC can control the graphic movement along X-axis, Yaxis or the display of different graphics.
II. Properties
[Attributes] Tab
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[Not Controlled by PLC]:Check this option that the graph is
not controlled by PLC.
•
[Graphic State] Block:
♦ [PLC controlled]:To display the graphic states controlled by
PLC.
♦ [Location dependent]:To display the different state according
to the location.
♦ [Auto change]:To change the graphic state automatically.
- [Rate (Once per)]:Specify the rate to change the graphic
state.
•
[Path] Block:
♦ [PLC controlled] : Controll the object’s movement path by
PLC.
♦ [Horizontal line]:To move the object along horizontal line.
♦ [Horizontal marquee]:To move the object along horizontal
line with marquee.Check the [Dulplication] option to move the
dulplicated graphes along horizontal line.
♦ [Vertical Line]:To move the object along the vertical line.
♦ [Vertical marquee]:To move the object along the vertical line
with marquee. Check the [Dulplication] option to move the
dulplicated objects along vertical line.
♦ [Connected Lines]:To move the object along the route of the
connected lines.
- path:Double-click the left key on the object to display the
movement path.
- Path Point:Click right key on the object to to select [Add
Path Point] or [Delete Path Point] from the drop-down
list for the connected lines setup. Please refer to to select III. Example for the complete details.
Note that a curve path can be configured with the the various
path points.
♦ [Still]:To change the state without movement.
•
[Movement] Block:
♦ [Rate (pixels/sec.)]:Specify the rate of the movement.
- [One-way]:To move the object in one-way.
- [Two-way]:To move the object in two-way.
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[Dulplicate]:Select this option to move the dulplicate objects
with marquee; and the number of copies can be specified as
well.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to theSection 2.7. III Object Specify Object Properties.
[State] and [Text] Tab
Please refer to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties for
the complete details.
[Path] Tab
一. The [Graphic State] is [Location dependent]:On the [Path] tab,
this feature enables a user to specify the graphic states to be cahnged according to different location. For instance, the point # 0
displays the graphic state in state # 0; the point # 1 displays the
graphic state in state # 1. See below.
二. The [Graphic State] is [Auto Change]:On the [Path] tab, the
object changes state along the specified path. A user can setup the
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staring point and the ending point of path which is displayed on
this tab.
III. Example
一. To design a horizontal/vertical line as path:
Step 1:Double-click left key on the object to display the movement
path.
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Step 2:Move the cursor on the point (icon is ‘ ’), then press
leftkey to draw the movement path. The revised path
should be marked with red line. See below.
Step 3:Click left-key elsewhere on the screen to display the object
graphic.
二. To design connected lines as path:
Step 1:Double-click left key on the object to display the movement
path.
Step 2:Press left-key on the point of connected lines (icon is ‘ ’)
to draw the movement path. The revised path should be
marked with red line. See below.
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Step 3:Move the cursor to any one of points and press right key to
select [Add Path Point] or [Delete Path Point] from the
drop-down list. See below.
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Add Path Point
Step 4:Simutaneously, the way to edit a new path is to press left
key on the added path point to drag movement path which
is marked with red lines. See below.
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Figure 134 is to display the [Animated Graphic] object which is
moving along the specified [Connected Lines] path.
Figure 134. Moving along the [Connected Lines] path
IV. Example
一. Not Controlled by PLC, One-way, Horizontal Line
[Animated
Graphic] Object
1. Check the option [Not Controlled by PLC].
2. The graphic state is [Location dependent].
3. The path is [Horizontal line].
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4. The movement rate is ‘10’ pixels/sec. and the direction is
[One-way].
5. This object is one state; and the graphic is “arrow 1”.
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Therefore, this animated graphic is not controlled by PLC and moving
along horizontal line at 10 pixels/sec. in one-way; the graphics both
are “arrow 1”. See Figure 135.
Figure 135. Moving along [Horizontal line]
二. Not Controlled by PLC, Two-way, Horizontal Marquee
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[Animated
Graphic] Object
1. Check the option [Not Controlled by PLC].
2. The graphic state is [Location dependent].
3. The path is [Horizontal marquee].
4. The movement rate is 60 pixels/sec. and the direction is
[Two-way].
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5. The graphic state is location dependent, so it should setup
two states.
Therefore, this object is not controlled by PLC and moving along
horizontal marquee at 60 pixels/sec. This object will move to and fro
when it comes to the ending point. See Figure 136 and Figure 137.
Figure 136. Moving to the right side along horizontal marquee
Figure 137. Moving to the left side along horizontal marquee
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三. Not Controlled by PLC, Auto Change, Connected Line
[Animated
Graphic] Object
1. Check the option [Not Controlled by PLC].
2. The graphic state is [Auto change] and the [Rate] is “0.1
sec”.
3. The path is [Connected line].
4. The movement rate is 60 pixels/sec.; the direction is [Twoway].
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5. Setup 8 graphic for auto change. The example takes 8
wheels with different angle to cause rolling image when the
graphic state is changed automatically.
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6. Add more points to make the movement path look smoother.
Therefore, this animated graphic object is not controlled by PLC and
moving at 60 pixels/sec. along the curve to and fro. The graphic state
is auto change to display rolling effect. See Figure 138.
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Figure 138. Moving along the curve with auto change in two-way
2.7.15.2. [GIF Graphic]
I. Function
This feature is to display the GIF graphic controlled by PLC or not.
II. Properties
•
[Graphic]:Select the graphic to display form the drop-down
list, the graphic will appear on the [View] block.
•
[Profile] Block:Modify the location and size of objects.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
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To design a [GIF Graphic] object as the following:
Select a GIF graphic form the [Graphic] drop-down list; specify the
PLC register to read from (if check the option [Controlled by PLC])
and modify its profile. The specified GIF graphic will appear on the
object as below.
2.7.15.3. [State Graphic]
I. Function
This object is to display one of several bitmaps depending on the state
of PLC register constantly.
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II. Properties
•
[States] Block:
♦ [Auto Change]:Check this option to change the graphic automatically.
- [Change Rate (Hz)]:Specify the rate to change.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
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[State Graphic]
Object
1. [Read]:Specify “@300”. (Local Internal Memory)
2. Select [Value] to display.
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. Check the option [Auto Change]; [Change Rate (Hz)] is “0.5
sec”.
5. 14 states in all. Add states on the [State] tab and select specific
graphic to display on the [Graphic] tab.
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Therefore, the object changes its state per 0.5 sec controlled by PLC
repeatly. And a pumping effect will be generated in the HMI screen.
Figure 139 displays the graphics corresponding state 0~2.
State 0
State 1
State 2
Figure 139. The object displays auto change (ex. state 0~2)
2.7.15.4. [Dynamic Circles]
I. Function
A [Dynamic Circles] object is to change its position, radius and color
according its controlling registers.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Variable Central Point]: The position of central point is controlled by PLC.
♦ [Variable Radius]: The length of radius is controlled by PLC.
♦ [Variable Color]: The color of the object is controlled by PLC.
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[Display Format] Block: Specify the format of the object to
display.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties .
III. Example
Suppose that dynamic circle’s central point, radius and color are controlled by PLC. The [Read] address is “D430”.
The HMI can read four datum once at most, and the [Read] address
here are D430, D431, D432 and D433. The following is the table of
PLC address and graphic properties.
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Re-central
point
Re-radius
Fix Color
Re-central
point
Re-radius
Fix Color
Re-central
point
Re-radius
Re-coloring
Dn= Radius Dn= Radius Dn= Radius
Dn+1= X
Dn+1= X
Dn+1= Color
Dn+2= Y
Dn+2= Y
Dn+3= Color
Fix Central
Point
Re-radius
Fix Color
Re-central
Point
Re-radius
Fix Color
Re-central
point
Fix Radius
Fix Color
Dn= Radius Dn= X
Dn= X
Dn+1= Y
Dn+1= Y
Dn+2= Color
Fix Central
Point
Fix Radius
Re-coloring
Dn= Color
2.7.15.5. [Dynamic Rectangle]
I. Function
A [Dynamic Rectangle] object is to change its position, radius and
color according its controlling registers.
II. Properties
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[Variable] Block:
♦ [Variable Position]: The position of the object is controlled by
PLC.
♦ [Variable Size]: The length of the object is controlled by PLC.
♦ [Variable Color]: The color of the object is controlled by PLC.
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[Anchor Point]: Specify the anchor point for the dynamic
rectangle whose position is variable and size is fixed.
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[Display Format] Block: Specify the format of the dynamic
rectangle to display.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7. Object III Specify Object Properties.
III. Example
Suppose that the position, size and color are variable which is controlled by PLC. The [Read] address is “D420”.
The HMI reads five data from PLC once at most. The [Read]
addresses here are D420, D421, D422, D423 and D424. The following
is the table of PLC address and graphic properties.
Re-positione
Re-size
Re-coloring
Re-position
Re-size
Fix Color
Fix Position
Re-size
Re-coloring
Fix Color
Re-size
Re-coloring
Re-position
Fix Size
Re-coloring
D420= Width
D421= Height
D422= X
D423= Y
D424= Color
D420= Width D420= Width D420= Width D420= X
D421= Height D421= Height D421= Height D421= Y
D422= X
D422= Color
D422= Color
D423= Y
Re-position
Fix Size
Fix Color
Fix Position
Fix Size
Fix Color
D420=X
D421=Y
D420= Color
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2.7.16.
[Historical Display]
The [Historical Display] drop-down list includes the followings :
[History Trend Graph], [Historical Data Table] and [Historical Event
Table].
The [Historical Display] datum are stored in logging buffers, a user
should assign its area and size first. Logging buffer is to store the
sampling datum in HMI battery backup RAM.
Note that this feature is not applicable on all HMI models; please
refer to Appendix A.- Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models.
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Logging Buffer:
Select the [Logging Buffers] tab from [Application]/ [Workstaion
Setup]. Its dailog box will appear as the following.
Figure 140. The [Logging Buffers] Tab
1. [Source Address]:Specify the starting address to read from,
e.g. “C20” is starting address of a block of PLC registers from
which the logging buffer reads from. See Figure 140.
2. [Size]:Specify the size of a record to read form at a time, e.g.
[Size] = “4” represents 4 Words = C20,C21,C22,C23.
3. [Total]:Specify the total to store in, e.g. “1500” represents
that the HMI reads 4 Words each time sampling 1500 times in
total.
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4. [Time]/[Date]:Check this box to record the [Time]/[Data]
while sampling.
5. [Auto Stop]:Check this box to stop sampling when it reaches
the specified total = 1,500. If the option is not selected, the 1st
data will be overwritten when the 1501st data records is readed.
6. [Triggered By]:Select “Timer” to trigger period on fixed time
or select PLC to be triggered by PLC. If select PLC for triggered by, it’s triggered by the specified corresponding bitlocations Dn+2, Dn+3 and Dn+4.
7. [Time Interval]:Specify how often the logging buffer gets one
record of data from Timer. (Unit: sec.)
After completing the setup on [Logging Buffers] tab , a user can create
three types of [Historical Display] objects:
2.7.16.1. [Historical Trend Graph]
I. Function
The HMI may have a fixed sampling period or the PLC may as well
initiate a data read from the specified registers and then store the data
in the logging buffers in the HMI memory. After a period of sampling,
the data then is converted to continuous curve(s) and displayed on
HMI.
II. Properties
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[Data] Block:
♦ [Logging Buffer #]:Specify the number of the logging buffer
where the historical data is stored, numbered 1 to 12.
♦ [Format]:“BCD”, “Signed Binary” and “Unsigned Binary”.
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[Time/Date] Block:
♦ [Display Date] and [Display Time]:Check this box (es) to
display date and time; click [Format] button to setup. (This feature is inapplicable on PWS700)
♦ [Color]:Specify the color of characters to be displayed.
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Number of Grids]:Specify how many evenly spaced horizontal lines shall be displayed.
♦ [Grid Color]:Specify the color of the horizontal grids.
♦ [Curve #1-#4]:There are four curves to be selected. If click
[Edit] button, its dialog box will appear as the following.
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- [Word No]:Specify the number of the words to display on
the historic trending curve.
- [Minimum] and [Maximum]:Specify the value corresponding to the lowest and highest point on the historical
trending curve.
- [Pen Color]:Specify the color to draw the trending curve.
- [Line Style]:Specify the line style of the trending curve.
III. Example
To design a [Historical Trending Graph] as the following:
To use [Historical Trend Graph]; first assign its corresponding logging
buffers size and area. A user must setup the ptoerties e.g. source address, size, total on the [Logging Buffers] tab in [Application]/
[Workstation Setup]. After setup, the [Historical Trending Buffer] object can read the data stored in the memory.
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Steps to creat a [Historical Trending Graph] object as the following:
1. Frame:Select “Recessed_1”;Bkg. color:Black.
2. Read the data form the logging buffer #1.
3. [Format] is “Unsigned Binary”.
4. The number of grids is ‘11’ and the grid color is “Green”.
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5. Check four curves to display; curve #1 displays the data record
sored in the word “0”. Curve #2 displays the data record sored
in the word “1”…etc. See below.
6. The minimum value is “0”; the maximum value is “65535”;
and specify the different color to each curve.
The steps above will create a [Historical Trending Graph] ob
ject. The four curves display the data stored in logging buffer #1 on the
object which has 11 grids on it. See Figure 141.
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Figure 141. The [Historical Trending Graph] object
2.7.16.2. [Historical Data Table]
I. Function
The HMI may have a fixed sampling period or the PLC may as well
initiate a data read from the specified registers and then store the data
in the logging buffers in the HMI memory. After a period of sampling,
the data then is converted to numeric data table and displayed on HMI.
II. Properties
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[Display Format] Block:
♦ [Number of Data Field]:Specify how many data fields to display; it is up to 10 data fields.
♦ [Field Atteibute] button,its dialog box will appear as the following:
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- [Starting Position]:Specify the position of a data field to
display. Note that if the starting position is 0 for field
No.1; the time will display in field no.1, the date will
display in field no.2 and the first data field will display in field no.3. If there is no time/date displayed,
the first data field will be displayed in field no.1.
- [Word No.]:There are 0~31 numbers of character can be
specified.
- [Data Size]:“1” represents one-word;“2” represents double-word.
- [Data Format]:There are four options [BCD], [Signed Binary], [Unsigned Binary] and [Hexadecimal].
- [Display Color]:Specify the character color of a data field.
- [Leading Zeros]:Check this box to display leading zeros.
- [Decimal Pt. Position] :Specify how many number of digits
following the decimal point.
- [Int. Digits] :Specify how many digits to the left of the
decimal point.
- [Frac. Digits]:Specify how many digits to the right of the
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decimal point.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to the Section 2.7.16.1 [Historical Trending Graph].
III. Example
To design a [Historical Data Table] object as the following:
Suppose that there is historical data stored in logging buffer #1.
The object’s properties as the following:
1. Frame:Select “Outlined_2”;the color is “Black”.
2. Read the historical data from logging buffer #1.
3. Display date and time in data table.
4. The number of data field is “4”.
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5. The properties in four fields as the following:
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The steps above will create a [Historical Data Table] object. The HMI
will read the historical data recorded in logging buffers #1 and display
its content on the screen. See Figure 142.
Figure 142. The [Historical Data Table] object
2.7.16.3. [Historical Event Table]
I. Function
The HMI may set a fixed sampling period or the PLC may as well
initiate a data read from the specified registers or the related bits in
LSB. Thereafter, the data is converted into pre-defined message text(s)
and then displays line-by-line on the HMI.
II. Properties
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[Data] Block:
♦ [Logging Buffer #]:Specify the number of the logging buffer
where the historical data is stored, numbered 1 to 12.
♦ [Type]:
- [Value]: 256 states in all (0-255), 0 represents state 0; 1
represents state 1…etc.
- [LSB]: 16 states in all, the HMI takes the bit number of the
least bit that is ON as the state number.
♦ [Format]: Only applicable on [Value], there are [BCD], [Signed
Binary], [Unsigned Binary], [Signed Binary] three options.
For the properties which are not explained in this Section, please refer
to Section 2.7.16.1. [Historical Trend Graph] and Section 2.7. Object
III Specify Object Properties.
2.7.17.
[Alarm Display]
There are four types of [Alarm Display] in its sub-menu:[Alarm
History], [Active Alarm List],[Alarm Frequency Table] and [Alarm
Marquee].
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To use objects obove, a user must set up the address of alarm block
and its parameters. The HMI reads the value stored in PLC and
displays its corresponding messages, it’s up to 512 messages can be set.
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models, please refer
to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models.
Alarm Setup:
Select [Application]/[Alarm Setup], its dialog box will appear as the
following. See Figure 143.
Figure 143. The [Alarm Setup] Dialog Box
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[Address of Alarm]:To use a bit (LSB) as a corresponding
alarm address. If D130 is the starting position and the number
of alarm is set 160; the HMI will monitor 160 bits = 10 words
and this corresponds to D130, D131, and D132……D139.
When bit D130 turns on, the HMI will sample and record an
alarm message. It’s up to 512 alarm messages can be set.
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[Number of Alarms]:Specify the number of alarms.
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[Scan Time(Second)]:Specify the sampling time to monitor
the PLC data, 1~10 second(s).
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[Number of Records in Alarm History]:Specify the maximum
number of event stored in the alarm buffer. For example 100
means the 101st alarm event happens the 1st alarm message will
be overwritten.
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Table:
♦ [Message] Column:Enter the text to the alarm message. The
format can be modified in its dialog box.
♦ [ACK] Column:Acknowlege the message which has received
to conceal the alarm.
♦ [Screen] Colum:Specify the screen to display when the alarm
occurs.
After the setup compeleted, there are four types of [Alarm Display]
objects below:
2.7.17.1. [Alarm History Table]
I. Function
The HMI reads the reference bits in the PLC with fixed period and
then activates the corresponding alarm massages. Thereafter, this
command enables the HMI to show its alarm history in the sequence as
an [Alarm History Table].
II. Properties
[Attributes] Tab
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[Status Display] Block :
♦ [Date] and [Time]:Check this box to display the date and time
and select the [Format] button to specify its format.
♦ [Alarm Number]:Check this box to display alarm number.
♦ [Color]:Specify the color of the message.
[Text] Tab
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On this tab, it enables a user to setup the [Font], [Color] and [Bkg.
Color] for alarm messages.
III. Example
To design an [Alarm History Table] object as the following:
[Alarm History
Table] Object
一. Alarm Setup:
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1. Select [Application]/[[Alarm Setup], its dialog box will appear
as in Figure 144.
2. Specify [Alarm of Alarm Block] “@230” and ‘16’ alarms; the
maximum number of records is limited to ‘100’.
3. The scan time is set ‘1’ second to sample the PLC data.
4. Enter the text in message block, select if acknowledge the
alarm and screen to display.
Figure 144. An Illustration of [Alarm Setup] dialog box
二.
Setup the properties:
1. Frame:Select “Recessed_1”;Color:Blue.
2. Display time and alarm number state; the color is “yellow”.
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3. Note that the message, ack, screen which set in the [Alarm
Setup] dialog box will show on the [Text] tab.
4. The message color is “red”; the bkg. color is “black”.
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The steps above will create a [Alarm History Table] object; See Figure
145. This example uses 16 On/Off buttons to send the alarm message.The HMI will read the reference bits in the PLC at fixed period;
then convert the data into its corresponding messages in sequence and
display on the screen.
Note that the alarm state “A” represents activate; “C” represents clear.
On/Off Button
Alarm State
[Alarm History
Table] Object
Figure 145. The [Alarm History Table] object
2.7.17.2. [Active Alarm List]
I. Function
The HMI displays only the active alarms that its refernce bit in PLC =
ON and sort the data according to the order of the state number.
II. Properties
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All the properties are the same as [Alarm History Table] object, please
refer to Section 2.7.17.1. [Alarm History Table] .
III. Example
The steps to create an [Active Alarm Table] object are the same as an
[Alarm History Table] object. A user must complete the alarm setup
first, and then specify its properties. Pleaser refer to Section 2.7.17.1.
[Alarm History Table].
On/Off
Button
State No. in order
[Active Alarm
Table] Object
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Figure 146. The [Active Alarm Table] Object
The steps above will create a [Active Alarm Table] object as in Figure
146. This example also uses 16 On/Off button to start the alarm messages. The HMI displays only the active alarms that its refernce bit in
PLC = ON and sort the data according to the order of the state number.
2.7.17.3. [Alarm Frequency Table]
I. Function
The HMI summarizes the number of occurrence of each alarm which
be monitored and display on the screen.
.
II. Properties
The properties are the same as [Alarm Frequency Table] object, please
refer to Section 2.7.17.1. [Alarm History Table].
III. Example
The steps to create an [Alarm Frequency Table] object are the same as
an [Alarm History Table] object. A user must complete the alarm setup
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first, and then specify its properties; please refer to Section 2.7.17.1.
[Alarm History Table].
On/Off
Button
The number
of occurrence
[Alarm
Frequency
Table] Object
Figure 147. The [Alarm Frequency Table] Object
The steps above will create a [Alarm Frequency Table] object as in
Figure 147. This example also uses 16 On/Off button to start the alarm
message. The HMI will display the number of occurrence of each
alarm on the screen.
2.7.17.4. [Alarm Marquee]
I. Function
The HMI displays alarm messages of the active alarms as a moving
sign.
II. Properties
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The properties are the same as [Alarm History Table] object, please
refer to Section 2.7.17.1. [Alarm History Table].
III. Example
The steps to create an [Alarm Marquee] object are the same as an
[Alarm History table] object. A user must complete the alarm setup
first, and then specify its properties; pleaser refer to Section 2.7.17.1.
[Alarm History Table].
On/Off
Button
[Alarm Marquee]
Object
Figure 148. The [Alarm Marquee] Object
The steps above will create an [Alarm Marquee] object as in Figure
148. This example also uses 16 On/Off buttons to start the alarm
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message. The HMI displays the message of active alarms as a continual moving sign on the screen.
2.7.18.
Sub-macro
I. Function
[Sub-macro] is the macro’s sub-application. The main function is to
call commands directly. Some common functions or operation
commands which are used frequently can be edited and saved in [Submacro] for call commands.
II. Properties
There are 512 options in [Sub-macro], please refer to Chapter 8 Macro
for the complete details.
III. Example
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Figure 149. An example of the [Sub-screen] edit screen
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2.8.
Library
There are five commands in [Library] menu:They are [Bitmap
Library], [Save as Shape], [Shape Library Manager] and [Text Pool].
The main function is to edit, import and export the bitmaps, shapes,
fonts or text pool.
2.8.1.
[Bitmap Library]
[Bitmap Library] is mainly to import, export and edit the bitmaps.
Select [Library]/[Bitmap Library], the dialog box will be as the
following.
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[Graphics]:List all of the graphics for selection.
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[View]:Display the specified graphic to view.
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[Compilation] Block:
♦ [Color Dithering]:Process the graphic (16-bit, 24-bit or JPEG)
to display the image vividly as the original one on the screen.
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There are [8-color],[16-color] and [256-color] options, The
higher color is selected , the higher contrast of the figure will
be displayed.
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[Import from] : Allows user to import bitmap(s) from a
selected library *.GBF or *.GIF graphics.
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[Export to] : Allows user to export bitmap(s) to a selected
library *.GBF.
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[Import]:Import the graphic into bitmap library from computer. The importable formats of graphics include Bitmap
Image (*.BMP), Jpeg Image Files (*.JPG), AutoCad Files
(*.DWG), AutoCad Files (*.DXF), PWS bit mapped graphic
(*.BMG) and GIF Files (*.GIF).
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[Export] : Export the graphic stored in bitmap library to
computer.
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[Rename]:Modify the name of the graphic.
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[Copy]:Select to export selected bitmap to the clipboard.
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[Paste]:Select to import a bitmap from the clipboard. When
pressed, a dialog box will appear and ask name for the imported
graphic.
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[Delete]:Select to delete selected bitmap.
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[Flip and Rotate]:Allow a user to change a bitmap’s orientation. When pressed, the dialog box will appear and flip or rotate
degree options are available as the following.
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[Inverse Color]:Invert a bitmap’s colors.
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[Scretch]:Adjust the width and height of a bitmap.
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[Trim]:Allows user to cut unused area around a bitmap.
2.8.2. [Font Library]
[Font Library] supports all windows fonts; it enables a user to define
up 16 types. A user can define the fonts of their own choice to design
a more attractive interface. See below.
Select [Library]/[Font Library], its dialog box will be as in Figure 150
shown on the screen.
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Figure 150. The [Font Library] Dialog Box
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[Import from]:Select to import fonts into font library.
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[Export to]:Select to export fonts to font library.
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[Modify]:Modify the format of selected font. When pressed,
the ddailog box will appear as the following.
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2.8.3. [Save as Shape]
This command allows the user to save shape(s) to a file. A shape must
be selected before the user can save the shape. Multiple shapes may be
selected simultaneously.
The function of [Save as Shape] is to save the basic objects (ex. Line,
Rctangle, Ellipse, Circle, Polygon, Pie, Freeform, Arc, Scale…etc) or
multiple shapes in [Library]. See Figure 151.
Select [Library]/[Save as Shape], the dialog box will be as the following. A user can select the library from the drop-down list to save and
name for shape in [Shape Name] block.
Figure 151. The [Save as Shape] Dialog Box
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2.8.4. [Shape Library Manager]
The function of [Shape Library Manager] is mainly to build a entire
attributes management.
Select [Library]/[Shape Library Manager], the dialog box will be as the
following. See Figure 152.
Figure 152. The [Shape Library Manager] Dialog Box
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[New]:Create a new shape library.
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[Open]:Open an existing shape library.
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[Save]: Saves the active shape library to a file.
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[Save As]: Allows user to choose which file to save to.
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[Close]: Select to close the [Shape Library Manager]. If the
changes have not been saved, the dialog box will ask for save
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[Copy]: Copy selected shape to clipboard.
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[Paste]: Import the shape from the clipboard.
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[Cut]: Moves selected shape to clipboard.
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[Delete]: Deletes selected shape.
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[Properties]: Click to display the properties of the selected
shape. See the following figure.
♦ [View]:Display the shape to view.
- [All States]:Select to view all states of selected shape.
- [State] option:Select to view individual states of selected
shape.
♦ [Name]:Specify the name of selected shape.
♦ [Purpose]:The function of the selected shape, there are [Push
Button] and [Genernal] options.
♦ [Oringnal Size] : Display the width and height of original
shape.
♦ [Minimal Size]:Specify the minimal width and height of selected shape.
♦ [Keep Original Aspect Ratio]:Select this option to keep the
the size of shape in original ratio.
♦ [Display]:Show the shape used in States, there are [Always]
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and [At State] options.
♦ [User Changeable] : Select changeable shape to change its
properties including frame/border color, background color, pattern color and pattern.
♦ [Profile] : Secify the position of the component object and
display the specified view here.
2.8.5. [Tex Pool]
The function of [Text Pool] is mainly to manage and edit the texts used
in application file commonly.
Select [Library]/[Text Pool], the dialog box enables a user to edit and
manage the texts. See Figure 153.
Step:
1. Enter the desired texts in the [Text Pool] dialog box to save in.
See below.
Figure 153. The [Text Pool] Dialog Box
2. Click the object to edit an object which has texts as in [Text
Pool], then select [Edit]/[State and Text Management]. See
below.
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Figure 154. The [State & Text Management] Dialog Box
3. In [State & Text Management] dialog box, select [Replace By] to
edit. A user can select the desired text which edited in [Text Pool]
to display.
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4. The following [List] object displays the text which edited in
[Text Pool].
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2.9.
Application
The [Application] menu is a general management area for the Workstation and the software. One can set up the parameters of the
configuration for the Workstation such as PLC type, Workstation type,
logging buffers and alarm setup. In addition, Compile and Download
are also available in this menu.
Select [Appliaction], the menu will be as in Figure 155,
Figure 155. The [Application] Menu
2.9.1. [Workstation Setup]
[Workstation Setup] is to set up the parameters of the Workstation.
Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup], its dialog box wil be as in
Figure 156.
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Figure 156. The [Application Properties] Dialog Box
2.9.1.1.
[General] Tab
On the [General] tab, a user can set up panel/Workstation, controller/
PLC, startup language and screen, and control block and status block.
See Figure 156.
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[Application Name]: Enter the name of the application.
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[Panel/Workstation Type]: Specify the model of Workstation.
Note the resolution, size and color while selecting.
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[Programming Type]:Select [Macro] or [Standard].
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[Controller/PLC Type]: Specifies the type of PLC the Workstation will communicate with. ADP 6.0 later, the “ModBus
TCP/IP Device” option is available.
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[Printer Type]: Specifies the type of printer the Workstation
will print to.
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[Multi-lingual Support]: Check the option to support multilingual and specify the startup language. It supports up to 5
languages including “Arabic”, “Chinese Simplified”, “Chinese
Tradtional”, “Cyrillic”, “English”, “Greek”, “Japanese”, “Korean”, “Thai”, “Turkish”, and “Western European”. Please refer
to 2.4.2. [Language 1] ~ [Language 5] for setup.With this option enabled, you can maintain only one application file for a
machine that can support up to 5 languages.
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[Control Block]:Specify the PLC address to control and size,
the minimum size is 2 Words, the maximum size is 32 Words
(The maximum size is 6 for recipe). The control block enables
the PLC to control actions on the Workstation such as change
screen, print, send recipes….etc. Please refer to Chapter 4.
Control & Status Block for complete details.
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[Status Block]:Specify the starting address for Status Block;
the fixed size is 10 Words. The Status Block provides the
communication between the Workstation and the PLC. The
HMI will write a continuous block of data in. Please refer to
Chpater 4. Control & Status Block.
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[Data Format]:Specify the data format to read in.
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[Start-up Screen] : Specify the screen to display once the
power is ON.
2.9.1.2.
[Connection] Tab
On the [Connection] Tab, it enables a user to add or delete device to
connect with and set up the address, connection method or IP. See
Figure 157.
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Figure 157. The [Connection] Tab (Multi-link)
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[Add]:Add new device(s) to connect with including Mutilink- select PLC type to connect with. For the steps or methods
related to setup, please refer to Chapter 5. Multi-link.
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[Remove]:Remove the connected device, the no. 1 can be
removed.
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[Rename]:Modify the device name and type but the device
type cannot be modified in No. 1. To modify the device type in
No. 1, a user must change it on the [General] tab.
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[PWS] Block:
♦ [Address]:Set up the station of Workstation. Once the multilink is made, the address can be repeated and the range is
0~255.
♦ [Port/method used for the connection]:Specify the port and
method to connect with PLC or other HMI models including
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“COM1”, “COM2”, “Ethernet(Cross-link)”,“COM1”(Multilink slave) and“COM2” (Multi-link slave) and Ethernet (Multilink slave).
The HMIs made multi-link (one master; multi-slave); See Figure
157:
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models, please
refer to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI
Models.
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[Multi-link] Block:Specify a PLC to connect with HMIs.
♦ [This PWS is a multi-link master]:Check this option to specify the PWS as a master.
♦ [Master Port]:Specify the port which connects master with
slaves including “COM1”, “COM2” and “Ethernet”.
♦ [Commom Register Block (CRB)]:Specify the Starting location for the “CRB” which master and slaves use.
♦ [CRB Size]:Specify the size of “CRB”.
♦ [Commom On/Off Block (COB)]:Specify the starting location for “COB”.
♦ [COB Size]:Specify the size of “COB”.
The HMIs made Cross-link (all masters); See Figure 158.
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models; please
refer to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI
Models.
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Figure 158. The [Connection] Tab (Cross-link)
Figure 158 takes “Simatic S7-200 (via PPI; 1-to-1)” as example.
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[IP Address] : Specify the IP address of other HMI. The
specified HMI connects with PLC through other HMI.
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[PWS Type]:Specify the model to connect with PLC. (other
HMI).
For the setup of Multi-link and Cross-link, please refer to Chapter 6.
Ethernet Connection.
Note that the transmission parameters for the HMI and the PLC must
be identical as they are linked together. After the PLC model specified,
the ADP will set up as the PLC default, but a user must if its setup is
identical with the PLC
For the setup of each PLC, please refer to thier PLC manual or Ch 9.
Communication between PLC and PWS.
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2.9.1.3.
[Miscellaneous] Tab
On [Miscellaneous] tab, it enables a user to set up recipe function and
write time and data ti PLC. See Figure 159.
Figure 159. The [Miscellaneous] Tab
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Recipe Block:Specify the memory of recipe data, please refer
to Chapter 3. Recipe and Section 4.3. Recipe Register Block.
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models; please
refer to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI
models.
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[Write time and date to PLC]: Select this option to enable the
Workstation to write time and date to the RTC in the PLC.
Please refer to Section 4.4. Time_Block.
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[Touch Screen/External Keys] Block:Specify the format of
buffer.
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[Start up Delay (Sec.)] Block : Specify the length of time
before the screen start up.
2.9.1.4.
[Logging Buffers] Tab
Logging Buffer Block is to collect data from battery backup RAM. It
is a contiguous data block and there are twelve buffers available. Note
that this feature is only applicable on some models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models .
When design a [Historical Display] object, a user must set up the
logging buffer’s area and size first. See Figure 160. Concerning the
steps to set up and data read from, please refer to Section 2.7.16.
[Historical Display].
Figure 160. The [Logging Buffer] Tab
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[Source Address]:Specify the starting address of a block of
registers in the PLC from which the Logging Buffer reads data.
Here the souce address is specified “C20” as in Figure 160.
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[Size]:Specify the size of a record. [Size] = “4” represents 4
Words = C20,C21,C22,C23.
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[Total]: Specify the maximum number of records a Logging
Buffer can have; The total “1500” represents reading 4 Words
at a time and reading 1500 times.
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[Time]/[Date] : Select this option to record [Time]/[Date]
while sampling.
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[Auto Stop]:The logging buffer stops collecting data after its
buffer is full if this option is selected. Otherwise, when the
1,501 data records reads the 1st data will be overwritten.
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[Trigger By]:Select “Timer” to collect data at a fixed period
or select “PLC” to trigger. If the “PLC” is selected, the tigger is
controlled by corresponding bit-location “Dn+2”, “Dn+3 and
Dn+4.
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[Time Interval]:Specify how often the Logging Buffer reads
one record of data from the PLC (Unit: sec.) when the “Timer”
is selected.
2.9.1.5.
[Password] Tab
When a user wants to copy the screen or upload the application to
ADP, the HMI will ask for the password.
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Figure 161. The [Password] Tab
2.9.2. [Tag Table]
[Tag Table] enables a user to name for the PLC address and specify
the refresh rate. See Figure 162.
Select [Application]/[Tag Table], the edit window will be as the
following.
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Figure 162. The [Tag Table] window
2.9.3. [Alarm Setup]
To use [Historical Display] object, a user must set up its address
andparameters first. Then the HMI will display the corresponding
messages after reading the PLC value, it is up to 512 messages can be
specified. See Figure 163. For the alarm setup, please refer to Section
2.7.17. [Historical Display].
Select [Application]/[Alarm Setup], its edt window will be as the
following.
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Figure 163. The [Alarm Setup] window
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[Address of Alarm Block]:Display the data with LSB format.
If “D130” is the starting address, the HMI monitors 160 bits
=10
words,
the
corresponding
addresses
are
D130,D131……D139. When D130 No.0=ON, the HMI will
sample and record the alarm data. There are up to 512 messages
available.
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[Number of Alarm]:Specify the number of alarm to display.
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[Scan Time(Second)]:Specify the period to sample the PLC
data which is monitored by HMI, 1 to 10 second(s) is available.
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[Number of Records in Alarm History Buffer]:Specify the
number of records can be saved in alarm history buffer. For
example 100 means when the 101st alarm event happened, the
1st alarm message will be overwritten.
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Table:
♦ [Message] Column:Enter the text to the alarm message. The
format can be modified in its dailog box.
♦ [ACK] Column : Acknowledge the message which has received to conceal the alarm.
♦ [Screen] Column : Specify the screen to display when the
alarm occurs.
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2.9.4. [Commom Keys]
[Commom Keys] is to edit the properties of external keys. The feature
is commom whatever the screen is. For example, if “K00” means go to
the 1st page, press “K00” will go to the 1st page in each screen.
Select [Application]/[Commom Keys], the edit window enables a user
to set up its function. Figure 164 displays all the commom keys which
can be specified in PWS6600.
Figure 164. The [Commom Keys] Edit Window ( HMI model
PWS6600)
When pressed the [Function] key, the window will display the
functions to specify. See Figure 165.
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Figure 165. Specify the Function
If a user wants to define the feature just applicable on current screen,
select [Screen]/[[Properties] to set up on the [Auxiliary Keys] tab.
Please refer to Section 2.5.8.4. [Auxiliary Keys] for the complete
details.
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models, please refer
to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models. For
the connection, please refer to Appendix A. - External keys'
Connection (Network&Enhanced).
2.9.5. [Slide-out Menu]
The function of [Slide-out Menu] is to operate the functional keys
conviently on HMI. (ex. [Set Button],[ Reset Button],[Momentary
Button]......etc.) In PWS6600 series, a user can define 5 functional keys.
When pressed [Menu] button, the HMI will display the slide-out menu
with specified functional keys. See Figure 166.
Note that this feature is only applicable on some models, please refer
to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI models.
Besides, the number of the functional keys is depending on the
selected model.
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Figure 166. The [Slide-out Menu] Object
Select [Application]/[Slide-out Menu], its edit window will be as the
following.
When pressed [New] button, the edit window will be as in Figure 167.
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Figure 167. Setup [Slide-out Menu]
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[Name]:Enter the name for slide-out menu.
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[Function] Block:
♦ [Select]:Press
drop-down list.
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♦ [Cut],[Copy],[Replace],[Clear] : To cut, copy, replace, and
clear the button’s content.
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[Description] Block : Enter the name for the button in the
[Text] block.
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[View] Key:Press the key to view the designed menu as in
Figure 166.
2.9.6. [System Message]
[System Message] is to edit the message for HMI system. When the
option [Operator Confirmation] is selected, executing the object will
display its system message.For example, the system message “Are you
sure?” will display after the numeric entry. See Figure 168.
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Figure 168. An example of [System Message]
Select [Application]/[System Message], the edit window will be as
the following. See Figure 169.
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Figure 169. The [System Messages] Edit Window
Double-click on the message block; the message can be modified in
its dialog box as the following.
Press [Select Default]; select the default file from the dialog box as the
following.
Select [View Default] to view the content of defult message. Select
[Use Default] to use the specified default message. See Figure 170
(The default message is Chinese).
[Save as Default] button is to save the system messages as defalt file
(*.PSM).
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Figure 170. Update System Messages
[System Message] means the message from HMI system itself. The
default message will be used in general usage. If the message need to
be changed, please comply with the definition of default message.
2.9.7. [Report Format List]
This command is only applicable on SoftPanel; please refer to
SoftPanel for the complete details.
2.9.8. Macros
When select Macro command, the Macro edit window will display on
the screen. See Figure 171. Macro enables the Workstation to excute a
number of task including folw control, data transfer, conversion,
counter, system service instructions, etc. Using Macro not only can
communicate to the PLC but also connect to other device. This feature
provides an efficient integration system as well as an economical
structure in hardware application. Besides, Using Macro can also
significantly save the program size and optimize the efficiency in PLC.
Please refer to Chapter 8. Macros. for the complete details.
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Figure 171. The Initial Macro Edit Window
2.9.8.1.
[INITIAL Macro]
When the first time the HMI run the application(It menas the first time
to execute the application after power off ), this command is only
executed once. The purpose of INITIAL Macro is data initialization
and communication parameters declaration….etc.
2.9.8.2.
[BACKGROUND Macro]
When the HMI run the application, the command will be executed
cyclically. The maximam 30 lines of Macro commands can be
executed once. Whatever ths screen is, the Macro commands will be
executed. The purpose of BACKGOUND Macro is communication
control, Data conversion….etc.
2.9.8.3.
[CLOCK Macro]
When the HMI runs the application, the entire Macro will be executed
once every 500ms. The purpose of CLOCK Macro is screen control,
bit setting, command control, data transfer…etc.
2.9.9. [Compile]
The [Compile] button is used to test the application if any errors
happen before the application is excuted. After the errors modified,
then the application can be excuted.
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Select [Application]/[Compile], the dialog box as in Figure 172 will
appear as the following. Note that Figure 172 an error found in the
application. After ADP 6.0 later, this function will provide detailed
error message(s).
Figure 172. The [Compile Status] Dialog Box
After [OK] button pressed, its dialog box as in Figure 173 wil be on
the screen. A user can double-click on the error message, the object or
macro screen will appear on the screen. Alternatively, a user can check
[Open dialog box automatically] box, then they will appear on the
screen automatically.
Double-click, its screen
will display.
Figure 173. The [Error Message] Dialog Box
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2.9.10. [Download Application]
and [Download Fireware and
Application]
[Download Application] is used to download the update application
and screen to HMI. See below.
[Download Fireware and Application] is to download the fireware and
application to HMI, the first time download the application must select
this application. See below.
If the model of the connected PWS unit is not the model required,
its message box will appear on the screen as the following. Besides,
remember to excute [Compile] before download.
2.9.11. [File Protection]
[File Protection] is to protect the application; a user must enter the
password to open the application file.
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Select [Application]/[File Protection], the dialog box will be as the
following.
Note that this command is totally different from Section 2.9.1.5
[Password] Tab. This password is used to protect the application file
from modifying by those unathirized users. However, the password in
Section 2.9.1.5. [Password] Tab is a security against copy and upload.
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2.10. Tool
[Tool] is to manage, simulate the application and edit recipe. There are
four options : [Cross Reference],[Off-line Simulation],[On-line
Simulation] and [View/Edit Recipe].
2.10.1.
[Cross Reference]
The [Cross Reference] helps a user to consult the Screen, Serial No.,
Address and Macro-in use quickly. See Figure 174.
In the [Cross Reference] window, select the icon to sort serial No.,
screen or address in numerical or alphabetical order. The right table
will list its object and properties. The preview window below will
display the selected object .Click on a heading of a column in the table
(ex. [Serial No.],[Name]….etc.) to sort the properties in ascending or
descending order. See Figure 174 .
Selected Object
Figure 174. The [Cross Reference] window
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Icons Introduction:
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: Select this icon to sort by screen number.
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: Select this icon to sort by name.
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: Select this icon to sort by tag name.
Sort by Tag Name
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: Select this icon to sort by PLC address. The property is
sort by address in ascending order; click the address to list the
object.
Sort by address
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: Select this icon to sort by Macro-in use Objects.
•
: Select this icon to sort by search pattern, this feature is
only applicable on search PLC address or tag name.
•
: Set the desired pattern for search. Select [by PLC Addr]
or [by Tag Name], [Exact match] or [Partical match] options to
search. See Figure 175. If the search pattern is “W”, and select
[Partical match]. The cross refrence will display the objects
which PLC addresss has “W”- “W0”, “W1”, “W20”, “W60”.
See Figure 176.
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Figure 175. Specify the search pattern
Search Address
Figure 176. Display the search address
2.10.2.
[Off-line Simulation] and [On-line Simulation]
ADP supports two types of simulation. One is [Off-line Simulation],
the other is [On-line Simulation]. They both offer a user the simulation
for HMI in the PC. Note that the application must compile before
simulation.
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[Off-line Simulation] is applicable on all PLCs which ADP offers but
[On-line Simulation] is only applicable on some PLCs.
2.10.2.1. [Off-line Simulation]
By using [Offline Simulation], the result can be seen in the PC which
is the same operation mode between HMI and PLC. For example,
PWS6300 Off-line Simulation will display its operation mode. See
Figure 177. PWS6600 Off-line Simulation will display its operation
mode as in Figure 178 and the externl keys will display as well. See
Figure 179.
Figure 177. PWS6300 Off-line Simulation
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Figure 178. PWS6600 Off-line Simulation
Figure 179. PWS6600 External Keys
This function is without communicating with PLC, the following
are the convenience:
1. Before purchase, a user can simulate operation and recognize
the HMI functions sufficiently.
2. Before download, a user can simulate in the PC to test the
application including the screen change, buttons’ function and
display….etc.
3. Before the completion of the PLC program, the HMI application can be present to the customer.
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2.10.2.2. [On-line Simulation]
ADP offers user [On-line Simulation] for the connection between PC
and PLC communication ports. If there is only one RS232C serial
port in PC, then user need to add another adapter for transferring the
singnal from RS232C to RS422 or RS485 in order to connect with the
RS422 or RS485 port in PLC. Notice that the communication time
between ADP and PLC is 60 mins. If you need to connect again, please
close the ADP and restart it. If you want to remove this limitation, you
need to install the licensed Software and a PLC adapter which has the
function of RS-232C/422/485 and anit-noise (3000 volt).
For the development of the newest software, you may contact the
nearby dealer or visite website http://www.hitechsite.com to understand recently tendency.
2.10.3.
[View/Edit Recipes]
Select [Tool]/[View/Edit Recipes], the recipe editor window will be
as the following:
Note that the recipe must upload the file from HMI to PC and saved
the file, the data size and total of recipe can not be modified. Note that
this feature is only applicable on some models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models. For
the setup steps, please refer to Section 2.9. [Application] and Chapter 3.
Recipe.
Select [File]/ [Open] to open the selected recipe file (ex. “painting.RCP”); See below. Note that the recipe file is *.RCP.
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Open the recipe files, then select [Recipe]/[Open Recipe]; its dialog
box will be as the following and input the recipe number to the open
recipe.
The recipe displays its number on the screen for a user to edit. See
Figure 180.
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Figure 180. Edit Recipe #1
The finction of recipe editor is the same as common edit tool; it
includes open, save, print, view the recipe file and window arrangement. The following figure displays various formats to view the recipe
data.
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2.11. Options
[Options] is offer a user options for edit and tansmission.
2.11.1.
[Snap to Grid]
If a user selects [Snap to Grid] on the edit screen, the edit objects will
align (See Section 2.11.2. [Display Grid]) the nearby grid. This
command is convenient for a user to align objects.
2.11.2.
[Display Grid]
If select this option, the edit screen will display the grid to align
conveniently. See below.
2.11.3.
[Grid Attributes]
Select this option; a user can specify the grid size in its dialog box as
the following. The bigger grid size is, the longer the distance between
point and point will be.
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2.11.4.
[Transmission Setup]
Select [Options]/ [Transmission Setup], it dialog box will be as the
following. See Figure 181. A user can specify the download/upload
port and baud rate between PC and HMI. The PC port options are
“Ethernet”, “COM1”…. “COM16” and “USB”, “115200” baund rate is
recommended.
Notice that the communication parameter setting is different from the
[Connection] tab’s setting in [Application]/[Workstation Setup] . The
former is the setting between PC and HMI, the latter is the setting
between HMI and PLC.
Figure 181. The [Transmission] Dialog Box
If [PC Port] is “Ethernet”, a user needs to input PC address or select
from the drop-down list. See below.
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2.11.5.
[Language Selection]
Select [Options]/[Language Selection], it will display three language
options for the operation environment : They are English,Simpified
Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
Select the language to convert; the message box will be as the following. You should exit the application first to let the new language
selection take effect. Do you want to the new language selection?
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2.11.6.
[Default Screen Background Style]
Select [Options]/[Default Screen Background Style], the dialog box
will be as the following. A user can specify the pattern, its color and
background color for all screens. The default setting will display in all
screens except for the screen with special edit.
2.11.7.
[Default Frame Style]
Select [Options]/[Default Frame Style], its dialog box will be as the
following on the screen. A user can specify the different object types
with their own Shape/Frame. Then those objects will display with
specified Shape/Frame on the screen.
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2.11.8.
[Default Text Style]
Select [Options]/[Default Text Style], a user can specify Char Size,
Color, and Bkg. Color for each type of object. Those objects will
display their setting on the screen.
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2.11.9.
[Numeric Keypad Setup]
Select [Options]/[Numeric Keypad Setup], its dialog box will be as the
following on the screen. A user can setup the numeric keypad on the
screen. (ex. press [Numeric Entry] object to display the keypad.)
The keypad style as below:Small/Large; Symbols/Chinese Characters;
Left/Right.
2.11.10.
[Editing Options]
Select [Options]/[Editing Options], the dialog box will be as the
following on the screen. A user can setup the edit environment here.
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2.12. Window
There are [Cascode],[Tile],[Close All] options in [Window] menu and
list all open screens.
[Tile] is used to copy and contrast with the screens.
[Close All] is to close all open sceens once; the screen will not be
saved. The application is not closed.
Figure 182. [Cascode]
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Figure 183. [Tile]
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2.13. Help
[Help] offers users for the complete details and instruction about
specific topics. There are [Macro],[Ladderplus] and [About] options in
[Help] menu.
2.13.1. [Macro]
Select [Help]/[Macro], the dialog box will be as the following. See
Figure 184. A user can consult macoro functions here.
Figure 184. Macros
2.13.2. [Ladderplus]
Select [Help]/[Ladderplus], the dialog box will be as the following. See
Figure 185. A user can consult the ladder reference for functions and
commands.
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Figure 185. Ladder Reference
2.13.3. [About]
Select [Help]/[About], check the version of ADP. See below.
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3.
Recipe
3.1. Recipe
Recipe is composed of a block of similiar systematic data. Because of
the similarity, user can edit them as a group of receipe for sending
conveniently. By using this way, user can send data efficiently and
exactly. Recipe is not applicable on all models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models for the
complete details.
The following coating equipment is used to spray paint on different
parts. The paint colors are limited to white, red, blue, dark and mixed
color (1 = spray, 0 = no spray). One can use recipe to present and save
the data with more simplification and convenience.
This recipe data has five variables: White, Red, Blue, Dark and
Time.
1st Recipe
Part: Top, White, 3 min. ,
2nd Recipe
Part: Button, Red, 2 min.,
3rd Recipe
Part: Left, Purple, 1 min.,
4th Recipe
Part: Right, Black, 1 min.,
A variable represents a word, the recipe size is 5 and the Number of
recipe is 4.
3.2. Recipe Operation Steps
This section will illustrate the operation and application of recipe.
Section 3.1 Coating Equipment will be took as example.
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1. First, a user needs to define Recipe Register. Select [Application]/ [Workstation Setup], and enter the PLC address, [Recipe
size] and [Number of recipes] on the [Miscellaneous] tab. In
this example, [Data size] = 5, [Number of recipes] = 4. See
Figure 186.
Figure 186.
Setup [Recipe size] and [Number of recipes]
According to the above parameters setup, the starting address of PLC
Recipe Register is D100, size is 5Words. The starting address of PWS
Current Recipe is RCPW0, size is 5Words. The starting address of
PWS RAM is RCPW5, size is 5*4Words.
If the Recipe Write Flag is ON, the HMI will write Current Recipe
from PWS RCPW0~RCPW4 to PLC D100~D104. If the Recipe Read
Flag is ON, the HMI write recipe from PLC D100~D104 to PWS
RCPW0~RCPW4. If user wants the HMI to read/write the recipe data
from/to the PLC, one needs to define RNR (Dn+5).
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For the instructions of HMI recipe registers, please refer to the Section
4.3. Recipe Register.
2. Then, a user can edit its application and save as *.V6F. See
Figure 187. In the example, [Numeric Entry] object is used to
display the coating equipment data on HMI.
RCPW5~RCPW9 represents 1st Top recipe data
RCPW10~RCPW14 represents 2nd Button recipe data
RCPW15~RCPW19 represents 3rd Left recipe data
RCPW20~RCPW24 represents 4th Right recipe data
Figure 187.
The Screen of Coating Equipment
3. Download the ADP file to HMI. First, select [Download
Application] on HMI, then select [Application]/ [Download
Firmware and Application] in ADP. The dialog box will be
appeared as below in ADP. See Figure 188.
Figure 188.
Download Firmware and Application
4. Then upload the recipe from HMI to ADP. Select [Upload
Recipes] on HMI, then select [File]/[Upload Recipes] in ADP.
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The recipe will be uploaded to ADP and saved as *.RCP. See
Figure 189.
Figure 189.
Save the Upload Recipe
5. After the above steps have completed, the recipe file can be
open to edit. Select [Tool]/ [View/Edit], the ADP receipe edit
dialog box should be appeared as Figure 190. Select [File]/
[Open] and select the desired recipe file (ex. “painting.RCP”).
Note: Recipe files “*.RCP” must be uploaded and saved in
HMI first, the recipe size and number of recipes can not be
modified
Figure 190.
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The ADP Recipe Editor Dialog Box
3. Recipe
6. Select [Recipe]/[Open] to edit the recipe, enter the recipe
number to open. See Figure 191. The examples of coating
equipment are [Recipe Number] =1~4.
Figure 191.
Specify Recipe Number
7. Its dialog box should be appeared on the screen. See Figure 192.
A user can edit the data in the dialog box. Note that the count of
editable data is data size. After edit, select [File]/[Save] to save
the data. For example, Recipe #1 is (1,0,0,0,3), Recipe #2 is
(0,1,0,0,2)…etc.
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Figure 192.
Edit the Recipe Data
8. Select [Download Recipes] on HMI, then select [File]/
[Download Recipes] to download the recipe file. See Figure
193.Figure 193
Figure 193.
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Open Download Recipe
3. Recipe
9. Finally, select [Run] on HMI. The HMI will display the recipe
filled with data as the screen displayed in ADP. The illustration
of coating equipment includes painting methods and time. See
Figure 194.
Figure 194.
The Recipe Data on HMI
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3.3. PLC Controls HMI Recipe
After the recipe is completed, a user can assign PLC to control the
recipe through the communication between PLC and HMI. The PLC
can read/write the recipe from/in HMI. This section will introduce the
PLC setup and corresponding execution related to HMI. For the
introduction of communication between PLC and HMI, please refer to
Ch 4 Control and Status Block for the complete details.
The main steps to read recipe from PLC to HMI:
1. Set up continuous blocks, one is control block; the other is
status block. Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup] in ADP,
enter the PLC address and its size in [Control Block] and
[Status Block] on the [General] tab. The minimize size is 6
Words for recipe in [Control Block].
2. Take coating equipment as example, the control block of PLC
FX Series is D0-D5, size is 6; the status block is D10-D15. See
Figure 195. For the properties which are not explained in this
section, please refer to the Section 4.1. [Control Block] and the
Section 4.2. [Status Block].
(Recipe Register is defined the same as the Section 3.2. Recipe
Operation Steps, the starting address is D100; Size is 5.
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Figure 195.
Setup [Control Block] and [Status Block]
The following are Words and its name in PLC. The Words related to
read/write recipe displays with light blue background. Please refer to
the Chapter 4. Control and Status Block for the complete details.
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PLC Internal Data Block
Word
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
0
0
1
2
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
0
1
2
Control
Block
Status
Block
Recipe
Register
Bit
1
......
......
0
D100
D101
D102
D103
D104
1
......
2
2
4
5 6
.
.
.
......
.
.
.
......
4 5
6
.
.
.
......
.
.
.
.
.
1
0
0
0
3
Member
13
14
15
......
SNR
CFR
LBCR#1
LBCR#2
LBCR#3
RNR
13
14
15
13
14
15
SSR
GSR
LBCR#1
LBCR#2
LBCR#3
15
RIR
......
13
14
1st Recipe,1st Word
1st Recipe, 2nd Word
1st Recipe, 3rd Word
1st Recipe, 4th Word
1st Recipe, 5th Word
.
.
.
•
CFR bit#4 is Recipe Write Flag; bit#5 is RCPNo Change
Flag; bit#6 is Recipe Read Flag.
•
GSR bit#4 is Recipe Write Status; bit#5 is RCPNo Change
Status; bit#6 is Recipe Read Status.
3. Setup RNR to read recipe#N. The PLC D5 is assigned to read
recipe#N from HMI. For example, 1st recipe N = 1.
4. Then set RCPNo Change Flag ON about 1sec. The HMI internal RCPNo and Current Recipe will be changed to read
recipe#N. Remember to set RCPNo Change Flag OFF before
re-trigger.
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♦ Status Block: When the value of RCPNO is changed, the
value of RIR (D15) will be changed as well. And the
current recipe#N can be checked from PLC. Besides, if the
RCPNo Change Flag sets ON, the GSR bit (D11 bit#5) will
be set ON as well. The status bit will turn OFF automatically after the change of RCPNo.
For the steps of addressing recipe data, please refer to the Chapter
4. Addressing Recipe Data- For Enhanced HMI for the complete
details.
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HMI Data Register
Word
Recipe Data
Member
RCPW0
1
RCPW1
0
RCPW2
0
RCPW3
0
RCPW4
3
RCPW5
1
RCPW6
0
.
0
.
0
RCPW9
3
RCPW10
0
RCPW11
1
.
0
.
0
RCPW14
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
RCPW20
0
RCPW21
0
.
0
.
1
RCPW24
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
RCPNo
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
Current Recipe
Recipe #1
Recipe #2
Recipe #4
Specified Recipe#N
5. Finally, set Recipe Write Flag ON; then the HMI will write the
Current Recipe in PLC. The recipe data will be saved in the
designated Recipe Register Block. Remember to set the
Recipe Write Flag OFF before re-trigger. In this example, set
D1 bit#4 ON around 1 sec. Then the HMI will write the Current
Recipe in PLC D100-D104.
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♦ Status Block: When the HMI has written a recipe in, the
GSR bit (D11 bit#4) will be set ON automatically.
Simultaneously, if the Recipe Write Flag set OFF, the GSR
bit will be set OFF as well.
After the above-mentioned steps have completed, the PLC can read
one circle of a recipe from HMI. Remember to reset the flag OFF
each time to trigger the flag.
Following the above-mentioned steps to set the RNR, RCPNo Change
Flag and Recipe Read Flag and read a recipe from PLC to HMI .
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3.4. The control of PLC recipe for HMI
The convenience of the HMI display can help user to control the PLC
by the designed objects on HMI . The read or write action of the PLC
receipe data can be controlled on HMI. Please refer to the Chapter 4.
Control and Status Block.
This section takes coating equipment as example to control the PLC
recipe data. The following is an illustration of coating equipment on
HMI.
Figure 196.
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An Illustration of Coating Equipment on HMI
3. Recipe
Steps to Object Design:
1. Design an object for user to enter the recipe N and write the
recipe N in PLC RNR.
In ADP, select [Object]/[Numeric Entry] and enter the address of
RNR in [Write] box. See below. Take the coating equipment as
example, the address of RNR is D5; so the PLC recipe N will write
in D5.
Figure 197.
Setup the address to write recipe N in PLC RNR
2. Design an object which can confirm the designated recipe and
write the commands to PLC CFR bit#5 RCPNo Change Flag;
set the flag ON.
In ADP, select [Object]/[[Push Button]/[Set Constant]. First, enter
the address of CFR in [Write] box. Then enter the constant value in
[Value] box to set its register bit. See below.
Take coating equipment as example, the address of CFR is D1.
RCPNo Change Flag is located in CFR bit#5. The constant is set
“32” (25 = 32), so the RCPNo Change Flag will be set ON.
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Figure 198.
Set RCPNo Change Flag ON
3. Finally, design an object which can set CFR bit#4 Recipe Write
Flag ON and write the Current Recipe in PLC.
4. Take coating equipment as example, the address of CFR is D1.
The Recipe Write Flag is located in CFR bit#4, enter the value
“16” (24 = 16). Then the Recipe Write Flag located in D1 bit#4
will set ON. See below.
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Figure 199.
Setup Recipe Write Flag ON
5. If a user wants to read a recipe from PLC to HMI, the Recipe
Read Flag located in CFR bit#6 must be set ON.
Take the coating equipment as example, the address of CFR is
D1.The Recipe Flag is located in CFR bit #6 (26 = 64). See below.
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Figure 200.
Setup Recipe Read Flag ON
After the above-mentioned steps of object design has completed, a user
can execute the actions on HMI conveniently and directly. See Figure
200.
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4.
Control and Status Block
This chapter describes the general information that you need for
programming your PLC to communicate with the Workstation. You can
find detailed information for connecting specific PLCs’ to the Workstation.
To set up the Control Block Address, Size and Status Block Address, select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. Enter the block address and size
in the appropriate box shown as in Figure 179.
Figure 179.
Workstation Parameters Setup
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4.1.
Control Block
Control Block is a block of contiguous registers in your PLC. The most
important function in PWS is control block.
Control block enables the PLC to control actions on the Workstation
through the PLC program. The minimum number of words used in the
control block is 2. The maximum number of words used is 32 Words.
The size of the control block varies according to the functionality required (if recipe functionality is used, then the minimum length is 6
Words). The members of Control Block are shown in the following table:
Word#
Member
Example: Example:
S7-200
FX2
Dn
Screen Number Register (SNR)
VW0
D0
Dn+1
Command Flag Register (CFR)
VW2
D1
Dn+2
Logging Buffer Control Register #1
VW4
D2
Dn+3
Logging Buffer Control Register #2
VW6
D3
Dn+4
Logging Buffer Control Register #3
VW8
D4
Dn+5
RCPNo Number Register (RNR)
VW10
D5
Dn+6
and
above
VW12=cb6,
General User Area Register (GUAR) VW14=cb7,
User's application registers
...
CBn, n must not exceed 31.
VW18=cb9,
…
D6=cb6,
D7=cb7,
...
D9=cb9,
…
For example, if the starting address is D0 (the starting address can be
specified, the member in the above table will shift according to the
starting address); Size 10 represents the HMI can read data from
D0~D9 (10 words) PLC registers and stored them in CB0~CB9
internal control block.
The functions of word Dn through Dn+m (word n+m) in Control Block
will be discussed in the following sections.
4.1.1. Screen Number Register
A PLC can request a Workstation to display a specific screen by setting
its Screen Number Register (SNR) to the number of that screen.
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SNR (Dn) enables PLC to control the HMI screen or print the screen.
For example, A PLC can request a Workstation to display a specific
screen by setting its SNR as the number of that screen.
The HMI can not clear the SNR (Dn) to 0 automatically. But HMI clears
the SNR (Dn) to zero before change a screen. If the screen specified by
the SNR does not exist, then the HMI does nothing but clears the SNR
(Dn=0).
The value in SNR can be BCD or binary.
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Example:
The value of data register SNR (Dn) and the functions (bit 0-bit 05) are
as following:
Dn 16-Bit # (00-15)
Function
BIT 9-..BIT 0
The first 10bits will store the screen
number to be changed to.
BIT 10
Reserve
Bit 13=off,12=off,11=off
No language was selected
Bit 13=off,12=off,11=on
Language1
Bit 13=off,12=on,11=off
Language 2
Bit 13=off,12=on,11=on
Language 3
Bit 13=on,12=off,11=off
Language 4
Bit 13=on,12=off,11=on
Language 5
Bit 13=on,12=on,11=off
Reserve
Bit 13=on,12=on,11=on
Reserve
Bit 14
Back light was turned off when set to 1
Bit 15
Back light was turned on when set to 1
The register (bit 0~9) to control the screen change and the other bits (bit
10~15) are not related. In other words, it is not necessary to control the
back light or language when change the screen. Simultaneously, it is not
necessary to assign to the screen number when set up the back light or
select language.
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4.1.2. Command Flag Register
The functions of the bits in CFR are summarized in the following table:
Dn+1 16-Bit#
(00-15)
Bit 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Function
Alarm History Buffer Clear Flag
Alarm Frequency Buffer Clear Flag
Print Change Paper Flag/ Form Feed Flag
Hardcopy Flag
Recipe Write Flag - Data send from PWS to PLC
RCPNO Change Flag
Recipe Read Flag - Data send from PLC to PWS
Buzzer action control
Clear Flag #1
Clear Flag #2
Clear Flag #3
Clear Flag #4
Trigger Flag #1
Trigger Flag #2
Trigger Flag #3
Trigger Flag #4
The bits of CFR (Dn+1) will be introduced in the following.
Bit 0:
Alarm History Buffer Clear Flag
The function of this PLC bit is to clear the data of alarm history buffer.
If bit 1 represents to clear the data of alarm history buffer; the HMI will
clear its data when bit 0 sets to bit1.
PLC require reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to clear the data and it
needs enough time for HMI detection; or use the "handshake" function
to reset the bit as well. For “handshake” function, please refer to Section
4.2.2. General Status Register.
Bit 1:
Alarm Frequency Buffer Clear Flag
The function of this PLC bit is to clear Alarm Frequency Buffer.
If bit 1 represents to clear the data of alarm frequency buffer, the HMI
will clear its data when bit 0 sets to bit 1.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to clear the data and
it needs enough time for HMI detection; or use the "handshake" function
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to reset the bit as well. For “handshake” function, please refer to Section
4.2.2. General Status Register.
Bit 2:
Print Change Paper Flag
The function of this PLC bit is to control the form feed of the printer
connected with HMI.
Set the bit ON, the printer will change paper.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to form feed and it
needs enough time for HMI detection.
Bit 3:
Hard Copy Flag
The function of this PLC bit is to control the hard copy of the
printer connected with HMI.
Set the bit ON, the printer will print the current screen.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to hard copy and it
needs enough time for HMI detection.
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Bit 4:
Recipe Write Flag - from PWS to PLC
The function of this bit is to write the recipe from RAM to PLC. It only
supports the HMIs with recipe function.
Set the RNR (Dn+5) to write the recipe in, then set the bit ON, the
recipe will be written in PLC.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to write another
recipe in and it needs enough time for HMI detection.
Bit 5:
RCPNo Change Flag
The function of this PLC bit is to change the content value
of RCPNo. RCPNo is an internal HMI register used to control
the recipe data. It only supports the HMIs with recipe
function.
Set the RNR (Dn+5) to write the recipe in, then set the bit ON, RCPNo
can be modified.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to modify RCPNo.
and it needs enough time for HMI detection.
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Bit 6:
Recipe Read Flag - from PLC to PWS
The function of this PLC bit is to read the recipe data from PLC to HMI
and save it in RAM block.
Set the RNR (Dn+5) as the recipe number to be updated. Then set the bit
ON, the HMI will update the corresponding recipe.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to update and it needs
enough time for HMI detection.
Bit 7:
Buzzer Flag
The function of the PLC bit is to control HMI’s buzzer.
Set the bit ON (about 1 sec.) to start the buzzer.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to start the
buzzer.
Bit 8-11: Clear Flag #1-#4
The function of this PLC bit is to clear curves on HMI. There are four
clear flags; a user can set up the corresponding signal to clear curves.
Set the bit ON/OFF once to clear the curves on trend graph or X-Y chart.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to modify RCPNo.
and it needs enough time for HMI detection.
Bit 12-15: Trigger Flag #1-#4
The function of this PLC bit is to sample the trend graph data,
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there are four trigger flags in all.
Once set the PLC bit ON/OFF, HMI will read the continuous data and
covert it into a continuous curve which is displayed by trend graph or XY chart objects.
PLC requires reseting the bit if HMI is re-assigned to sample the data
and it needs enough time for HMI detection.
4.1.3. Logging Buffer Control Registers: LBCRs
The other type of trend graphs in HMI is called the Historical Trend
Graph. The HMI reads the data form the corresponding logging buffer
according to the specific signal. Logging buffer is used to save the
sampling data in battery backup RAM. Remember to specify the logging
buffer to read from and its size.
In LBCRs, Trigger Bits are used to request Logging Buffers to sample
the data from PLC. Clear Bits are used to clear Logging Buffers and
Size Bits are used to determine the size of the data to be read. Therefore,
user can use the LBCRs to clear Logging Buffers or to request the
Logging Buffers to sample the data from the PLC.
There are twelve logging buffers here; HMI can be specified to sample
the data at fixed period automatically; sample or clear the historical
trend graph controlled by PLC either.
For the setup of logging buffers; See Figure 180.
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Figure 180.
The Logging Buffer Setup
Note that LBCR1 controls Logging Buffer No. 1 through No. 4. LBCR2
controls Logging Buffer No. 5 through No. 8. LBCR3 controls Logging
Buffer No. 9 through No. 12.
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The positions of the Trigger Bit, Clear Bit, and Size Bit for each
Logging Buffer are illustrated in the following table:
SB: Size Bit;
CB: Clear Bit;
TB: Trigger Bit
Trigger Bit #1--#12:Sampling Control
The HMI not only can sample the historical trend graph in time interval
but also sample the historical trend graph controlled by the trigger bit of
PLC. Once trigger bit (TB#1—TB#12) sets ON/OFF (about 1 sec.), the
HMI will execute sampling. Remember to set OFF before re-trigger.
Clear Bit #1--#12:Clear Control
By triggering the trend graph clear bit (CB#1--CB#12) ON/OFF one
time(about 1 sec), the trend graph can be erased. The flag need to set
OFF if need to trigger again.
Size Bit #1--#12:Multiple Sampling Control
By triggering the size bit (SB#--SB#12) ON, the HMI can sample one
data, or multiple data. Once trigger bit (TB#1--TB#12) sets ON/OFF
(about 1 sec.), the HMI will execute sampling.
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Logging Buffer:
If need to setup the logging buffer, the first step is to specify the [Source
Address] which is used to specify the PLC address to read the data from.
After the setup of [Source Address], the Size bit is OFF and the trigger
bit is from 0 to 1. Then the logging buffer will read a data from the PLC.
To require logging buffer reading multiple data from PLC, a user set the
[Size] of [Source Address] to read from. Then set the Size bit ON and
the Trigger bit from 0 to 1. Note that the length of size cannot exceed
1,022 Words.
Set the Clear bit from 0 to 1 to clear the logging buffer.
To require logging buffer recording, PLC must reset the Trigger and
Clear bit. It needs enough time for HMI detection
Example: FX2 PLC
Assumptions:
1. Control Block starts from D0 with the size of 6
2. Source Address of Logging Buffer #11 is D200
3. The record size of Logging Buffer#11 is 3 words
To request Logging Buffer #11 to read only one record of the data from
the PLC, then first put the data to be read in D200-D202. Set the Size Bit
10 of D4 to be OFF and change the Trigger Bit 8 of D4 from 0 to 1. The
HMI reads D200-D202 for Logging Buffer #11 after it detects the
Trigger Bit 8 of LBCR3 changed from 0 to 1.
To request Logging Buffer #11 to read 50 records of the data from PLC,
set D200 to be 150(=50x3). Put the data to be read in D201-D350. Set
the Size Bit 10 of D4 to be ON and change the Trigger Bit 8 of D4 from
0 to 1. The HMI reads D200-D202 first to get the real size of the data to
be read after it detects the Trigger Bit 8 of LBCR3 changed from 0 to 1.
Then the HMI reads D200-D350 and stores in battery backup RAM.
To request Logging Buffer #11 to clear records, then change the clear bit
of D4 from 0 to 1.
4.1.4. RCPNo Number Register : RNR
RCPNO is an internal register of the HMI that specifies the current
recipe number. To change the RCPNO, the PLC first sets the RNR to the
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number of the recipe and then turns on the RCPNO Write Flag or Recipe
Read Flag.
To change RCPNO by PLC, the PLC has to set RNR to the number of
recipe and turn on the RCPNO Change Flag which is CFR 5 bit. If the
RNR is zero or greater than the maximum recipe number, then the HMI
would ignore the request.
To request HMI to change RCPNO, the PLC must reset the RCPNO
Change Flag, or use the RCPNO Change Status which is GSR 5 bit
Therefore, be sure to set this flag with enough time so the HMI is able to
detect it.
4.1.5. General User Area Register
For high-speed display, the HMI reads the data from internal register
only (cannot write in) when edit in ADP. (The maximum size is 32; the
size relied on the length of control block) The format is shown in the
following table:
Format
Description
CB n
n represents the Words data of the nth register , n is
decimal number; n ≥ 0 but smaller than the specified size.
CBn b
n.b represents the bit data correspondent with nth word
register, b is hexadecimal nth b = 0-f.
For example, if the address of the Control Block is D0, then user can
select [Object], [Numeric Display] to display the Recipe Number Register by configuring it to display CB5 instead of displaying D5.
The internal buffer for the Control Block is read only. This means that,
for example, one can configure a Numeric Display object to show the
value of CB2, but you cannot configure the object to allow the operator
to change the value of CB2.
For example, if user wants to achieve the effect of the RNR numeric
display object by using ADP. He can specified D5 to read from
(writeable) or CB5 to read from(unwriteable).
4.1.6. Determine the Size of Control Block
As every application needs a Screen Number Register (SNR) and a
Control Flag Register (CFR), User can refer to the following rules to
determine the size of Control Block:
1. If the HMI reads/writes a recipe from/to a PLC, then the
minimum size is six.
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2. If Item 1. is not true and the HMI uses LBCR3 to control
Logging Buffer #9-12, then the minimum size is five.
3. If either Item 1. or Item 2. is not true and the Workstation uses
LBCR2 to control Logging Buffer #5-8, then the minimum size
is four.
4. If none of Item 1. through Item 3. is true and the Workstation uses
LBCR1 to control Logging Buffer #1-4, then the minimum size
is three.
5. If none of the above is true, then the minimum size is two.
6. The size of Control Block is the minimum size plus the size of
the user area.
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4.2.
Status Block
Status Block is a block of contiguous registers in your PLC that display
status information from the Workstation. For example, you can get the
current screen number from the first word of the Status Block. The
constituents of Status Block are shown in the following table:
Word#
Dm
Example: Example:
S7-200
FX2
Member
Screen Status Register (SSR)
VW20
D10
Dm+1
General Status Register (GSR)
VW22
D11
Dm+2
Logging Buffer Status Register #1
(LBSR1)
VW24
D12
Dm+3
Logging Buffer Status Register #2
(LBSR2)
VW26
D13
Dm+4
Logging Buffer Status Register #3
(LBSR3)
VW28
D14
Dm+5
RCPNo Image Register (RIR)
VW30
D15
Dm+6
PWS700X Key Image Register
VW32
D16
For example, if the status block is D10 and the size is 6 Words; the HMI
will write the status data of current screen in D10~D15. The size of
Status Block is six words (seven words for 700X). Some words are not
needed in application.
4.2.1. Screen Status Register
When a screen is changed on the HMI, the PLC sets its Screen Status
Register (SSR) to the number of new screen. Therefore, the PLC can
identify the current screen by reading the SSR.
The value of SSR can be in BCD or binary format.
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4.2.2. General Status Register
The components of the General Status Register (GSR) are shown in the
following (bit 0- bit 15):
D11 16-Bit
# (00-15)
Bit
0
1
Bit
0
Member
Password Level Status (not available for
applications configured to monitor alarms)
Password Level Status (not available for
applications configured to monitor alarms)
Alarm History Buffer Clear Status
1
Alarm Frequency Buffer Clear Status
2
Form Feed Status
3
Hardcopy Status
4
Recipe Write Status
5
RCPNO Change Status
6
Recipe Read Status
7
Battery Status
8
Clear Status Flag #1
9
Clear Status Flag #2
10
Clear Status Flag #3
11
Clear Status Flag #4
12
Trigger Status Flag #1
13
Trigger Status Flag #2
14
Trigger Status Flag #3
15
Trigger Status Flag #4
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Bit 0, 1: Password Level Status - (not available for applications
configured to monitor alarms)
Once connected with HMI, the password level status bit 0 ~ bit 3
represent the current user level.
Level 0 ==>Bit 0 = off, Bit 1 = off
Level 1 ==>Bit 0 = on, Bit 1 = off
Level 2 ==>Bit 0 = off, Bit1 = on
Level 3 ==>Bit 0 = on, Bit1 = on
Level 4 ~ 9 ==>Bit 0 = on, Bit 1 = on
Bit 0:
Alarm History Buffer Clear Status
The HMI will turn ON this status bit when it detects the Alarm History
Buffer Clear Flag being turned ON. When the HMI finishes clearing the
Alarm History Buffer, it will turn OFF this status bit.
Bit 1: Alarm Frequency Buffer Clear Status
The HMI will turn ON this status bit when it detects the Alarm Frequency Buffer Clear Flag being turned ON. When the Workstation
finishes clearing the Alarm Frequency Buffer, it will turn OFF this status
bit.
Bit 2: Form Feed Status
The HMI will turn ON this status bit when it detects the Form Feed Flag
being turned ON. When the HMI finishes sending the Form Feed
character to a printer, it will turn OFF this status bit.
Bit 3: Hardcopy Status
The HMI will turns ON this status bit when it detects the Hardcopy Flag
being turned ON. When the Workstation finishes printing the current
screen, it will turn OFF this status bit.
Bit 4: Recipe Write Status
The HMI will turns ON this status bit when it finishes sending a recipe
from RAM block of HMI to PLC. The HMI will turn OFF this status bit
as it detects the Recipe Write Flag being turned OFF. One can use this
bit as a handshake signal to switch the Recipe Write Flag.
Note that this function only supports the HMI with recipe function.
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Bit 5: RCPNo Change Status
The HMI will turns ON this status bit when it detects the RCPNO
Change Flag being turned ON. When the Workstation finishes changing
the RCPNO, it will turn OFF this status bit.
Bit 6: Recipe Read Status
The Workstation will turns ON this status bit when it finishes reading a
recipe from PLC. The Workstation will turn OFF this status bit as it
detects the Recipe Read Flag being turned OFF. One can use this bit as a
handshake signal to switch the Recipe Read Flag.
Note that this function only supports the HMI with recipe function.
Bit 7: Battery Status
The HMI will turn ON the Battery Status if it detects battery low before
running an application.
Bit 8-11: Clear Status Flag #1-#4
The HMI will turn ON one of the Clear Status Bits when it finishes the
clearing task requested by the corresponding Clear Flag controlled by
PLC. The HMI will turn OFF the same status bit as it detects the
corresponding Clear Flag being turned OFF. One can use Clear Status
Bits as handshake signals to switch the Clear Flags.
Bit 12-15: Trigger Status Flag #1-#4
The HMI will turn ON one of the Trigger Status Bits when it finishes the
task triggered by the corresponding Trigger Flag. The HMI will turn
OFF the same status bit as it detects the corresponding Trigger Flag
being turned OFF. One can use Trigger Status Bits as handshake signals
to switch the Trigger Flags.
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4.2.3. Logging Buffer Status Registers (LBSRs)
LBSR1 saves the status of Logging Buffer No. 1 through No. 4. LBSR2
saves the status of Logging Buffer No. 5 through No. 8. LBSR3 saves
the status of Logging Buffer No. 9 through No. 12.
The status bit’s position for each of the Logging Buffers is illustrated in
the following:
AB: Almost Full Bit indicates the buffer is 90% or more full.
FB: Full Bit indicates the buffer is full.
CB: Clear Status Bit indicates the clear command was received.
TB: Trigger Status Bit indicates the trigger command was received.
The HMI will turn ON one of the Trigger Status Bits when it finishes
collecting one record of the data for the Logging Buffer. The Workstation will turn OFF the same status bit as it detects the corresponding
Trigger Flag being turned OFF. User can use the Trigger Status Bits as
handshake signals to switch the Trigger Flag.
4.2.4. RCPNo Image Register
The HMI sets the RCPNO Image Register (RIR) to the new value of
RCPNO as this internal register is changed by user or PLC. Therefore,
the PLC is able to identify the current value of RCPNO. The HMI
reports the value of RCPNO to the PLC by writing the value to the
RCPNO Image Register. RCPNO Image Register is Word #5 of the
Status Block and one can keep track of the current recipe by this register.
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Recipe Register
Recipe block is located in PLC register. If user wants the HMI to
read/write the recipe data from/to the PLC, one needs to define a Recipe
Block of the application. Please refer to Chapter 3. Recipe for the
complete details.
The maximum recipe memory block is 524,288 16-bit (word) for the
HMI with recipe function. For the applied HMI models, please refer to
Appendix A for the complete details.
4.2.5. Recipe Register Number- for enhanced HMI
In the application of HMI, the ADP provides internal recipe register
number for use; the format is shown in the following:
Format
RCPNo
RCPWnnnnn
RCPWnnnnn.b
Description
Recipe Register Number (1~N)
RCPNO is an internal register of the Workstation
that specifies the current recipe number; No≥1.
Recipe Register
#nnnnn is current recipe where nnnnn is a decimal
number and n≥0.
Recipe Register Bit
nnnnn is decimal number, n≥0; b is hexadecimal
number, b=0-F
RCPNO is an internal register of HMI used to display the specified
recipe on the screen. Therefore, the HMI changes the RCPNO number to
display its corresponding recipe data.
There are two methods to change RCPNO number:
One way is a user can change RCPNO number through the numeric
entry object directly.
The other way is the PLC changes RCPNO constant. To change RCPNO
constant, a user must write the specified number N to RCPNO Number
Register Dn+5; then set the RCPNO Change Flag Dn+1 bit 5 as
ON(about 1 sec.). The HMI will change RCPNO constant to N and
display the recipe data RCPW0~RCPWm correspondent with the Nth
recipe.
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4.2.6. Addressing Recipe Data – For enhanced HMI
Suppose that the number of recipe N=20, a recipe size m=100 Words.
To edit an addresss, one need to setup the current recipe N =RCPNO,
the HMI will display the corresponding recipe data
1. Enter the recipe number N to RCPNO or change RCPNO by
PLC. The HMI will display the corresponding recipe data.
For example, if RCONO N=5, RCPW0~RCPW99 displays the data
correspondent with 5th recipe; if RCPNO N=7, RCPW0~RCPW99
displays the data correspondent with 7th recipe.
2. Another way to edit the corresponding data of recipe register is
absolute address.
Suppose that an address is greater than RCPW100, the corresponding
recipe address will display the Nth recipe data.
RCPW100~RCPW199 represents 1st recipe data.
RCPW200~RCPW299 represents 2nd recipe data.
、
、
RCPW2000~RCPW2099 represents 20th recipe data.
When the address greater than RCPW2099 is invalid.
So the RCP234 represents 2nd recipe data, 35th words and RPCW 34 in
RCPNO =2.
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4.3.
Time Block
4.3.1. Time Block – The HMI writes to PLC
If user wants the HMI to write the current time and date to the PLC, then
one needs to define the Time Block for the application. Time Block is a
block of three words in the PLC and its format is BCD. The HMI
updates the Time Block every minute with the time data. The format of
time block is shown in the following:
Low byte of word 0
(07-00)
High byte of word 0
(15-08)
Low byte of word 1
(07-00)
High byte of word 1
(15-08)
Low byte of word 2
(07-00)
High byte of word 2
(15-08)
Minute BCD 00-59
Hour BCD 00-23
Day BCD 00-31
Month BCD 01-12
00-99
Day-of-week
1 = Sunday
2 = Monday
3 = Tuesday
4 = Wednesday
5 = Thursday
6 = Friday
7 = Saturday
The steps to set up the time block are shown in the following. Select
[Application]/[Workstation Setup] in ADP, then a user can set up time
block on the [Miscellaneous] tab. See Figure 181. The starting address is
D240 and the size is 3 Words, so the data will save in D240, D241 and
D242 16-bit registers. The HMI updates the Time Block every minute
with the time data.
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Time Block
Figure 181.
Setup Time Block
4.3.2. Time Block – PLC writes to HMI
The HMI can read time and date from the internal Real Time Clock of
PLC. Then the HMI can modify the corresponding data for the
time/date/week read from the RTC and display the content on HMI.
The HMI updates the Time Block every minute with the time data. See
Figure 182
Figure 182.
Setup Time/Date/Week on the HMI
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4.4.
Read Cycle
The HMI does the following steps to accomplish one read cycle and it
will repeat these steps continuously. User needs to know this read cycle
to configure a HMI so as to communicate with the PLC efficiently.
Steps of the cycle:
1. Reads control block of PLC.
2. Reads specified register blocks for the current screen.
3. Reads specified On/Off blocks for the current screen.
4. Reads specified the Alarm Register regularly (3-10 sec.).
5. Reads a number of PLC locations which: (1) are shown on the
current screen; (2) do not appear in the current screen’s register
blocks or On/Off Blocks and have not been read recently.
The number of PLC locations to be read in this step is specified by
the "number of individual reads per read cycle" of the current screen.
This read cycle is repeated continuously from Step 1. to Step 5.
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5.
Multi-link: Normal Connection Port
The multi-link provides users an economical and convenient way to
link several HMIs and communicate with a single PLC connection port.
User needs one master HMI and others are slaves. The master is the
only HMI that is physically connected to a PLC and this HMI is
responsible for the exchange of the data between the PLC and the
slaves. Each of the slaves HMI must be assigned to an unique address
so that the master HMI is able to identify which slave to send the data
to.
The following picture shows the setup for four HMIs with one PLC.
Note that the RS-485 cable must be used for the connection between
the master and the slaves and each of the slaves must be assigned to an
unique address.
The cable and the connection between the master and the PLC is the
same as the normal 1-to-1 application. The RS-485 cable must be used
for the connection between the master and the slaves. Additionally,
each of the slaves must be assigned to an unique address. This multilink function is only supported by version ADP 3.0 or later. Besides,
all the PLC models in ADP 6.0 support this function.
Moreover, Multi-link can be connected through Ethernet. For the
communication and application of Ethernet, please refer to Chapter 6.
for the complete details.
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5.1. Communication Parameters
The steps to set up communication parameters are shown in the
following:
2. For setting up the Master - the HMI communicates with
PLC:
(i)
(ii)
Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup], check the [This
PWS is a multi-link master] box. Next enter the addresses and
sizes in the [Common Register Block], [Common On/Off
Block], [CRB Size] and [COB Size] box. See Figure 206.
For the function of CRB and COB, please refer to next
chapter for the complete details.
Download the edited application to the master HMI.
Figure 206.
Set up the Parameters for the Master HMI
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3. For setting up the Slave - the HMIs do not communicate with
PLC:
(i)
Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. On the [Connection]
tab, select [COM1] port used for the connection and enter the
addresses and sizes in the [Common Register Block],
[Common On/Off Block], [CRB Size] and [COB Size] box.
See Figure 207.
Note that the CRB, COB, data format, starting address and
data size must be the same between master HMI and slave
HMIs.
(ii)
Setup [Default Address]:
If the slave HMI dip switch#5 set OFF, the HMI will read the
communication parameters from ADP. A user must enter the
unique address (2-10) in [Default Address]. See Figure 207.
Remember to compile and download applications each time
after making any changes to the address.
If the slave HMI dip switch#5 set ON, the HMI will read the
parameters from hardware. A user must set up the address (115) in Workstation Node Address.
(iii) Download the edited application to the slave HMIs.
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Figure 207.
Set up the Parameters for the Slave HMIs
Please note that the address number of master HMI will not affect the
communication with the slave HMI. Besides, it is not necessary to set
up the baud rate or data type for the slave HMI. The point to set up the
slave HMI is to make sure the connect port with the master HMI.
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5.2. Communication Efficiency
In ADP, it allows you to specify Common Register Block (CRB) and
Common On/Off Block (COB) for HMIs. CRB is a block of registers
and COB is a block of On/Off locations in PLC. In every read cycle,
the master Workstation reads the data from both CRB and COB. Then
the master sends the data of the CRB and COB to all the slaves.
CRB and COB allow a user to set the maximum size up to 128 words
and 256 words. In multi-link, user has to specify the CRB and COB
with the same size and format for each of the HMIs. Hence, the slaves
are not requested to read the data from CRB or COB directly. The
slaves read the data from the buffer where the data sent by the master
are saved. CRB and COB play an important role in terms of
communication efficiency since they can reduce the traffic in the
multi-link as well as the link between the master and the PLC
For instance, arranging Control Blocks of the HMI in CRB and COB is
one of the most effective ways to improve the performance. Arranging
the variables which are common to some of the Workstations in CRB
or COB will also improve the performance. In doing so, one will be
able to see a high refresh rate for the variables arranged in CRB and
COB since the variables are refreshed in every read cycle.
In addition to CRB and COB, remember to make use of the register
blocks and on/off blocks for screens since this will lessen the burden of
the HMI by reducing the number of read commands.
Note that one is advised to specify CRB and COB with contiguous
locations as designing a screen.
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5.3. Important Notes
When used the Multi-link, please note the following points:
1. The RS-485 connection method is suggested for the multilink. And the RS232 connection method is suggested for only
one slave HMI.
2. Each slave must have its unique address.
3. The HMIs on the same multi-link must have the same CRB
and COB.
4. The master HMI should only start after all the slaves have
displayed their first screens. To delay the start-up of the
master, select the [Miscellaneous] tab in the [Application
Properties] dialog box. Then set the time from the [Start Up
Delay (Sec.)] list. See below.
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6.
Ethernet Communication and Application
To keep up with the rapid growth of technology, network communication is commonly applied to data collection, analysis, and remote
supervisory and control in industry. HITECH has developed Ethernetenabled HMI which can provide application upload/download over
Ethernet, communication to other Ethernet-enabled PLCs and HMIs.
Note that this newly developed Ethernet-enabled HMI must also work
with the Ethernet-enabled PLCs or HMIs. Also, one must also use
ADP 6.0 or later to support these new features.
The following will introduce the communication setup, application
upload/download, communication to Ethernet-enabled PLCs and HMIs
related to Ethernet. There are two methods for Ethernet-enabled HMI
to communicate with multi-HMI/PLC over Ethernet; one is Multi-link
and the other is Cross-link. Besides, the SoftPanel can read or control
the PLC over Ethernet.
Note that this feature is only applied in some models; please refer to
Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and the HMI models.
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6.1. Link
There are two methods to set up the link. One can use RJ45 Straight
Through Cable to set up the link, shown in 錯誤! 找不到參照來源。.
Another way is to use RJ45 Crossover Cable to set up the link. See 錯
誤! 找不到參照來源。. The RJ45 Crossover Cable requires HUB for
connection.
Figure 207.
RJ45 Straight Through Cable
Figure 208. RJ45 Crossover Cable
The choice between these two methods depends on one’s needs and
available equipment. Users can refer to the following table for the
differences between these two methods.
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RJ45 CrossOver Cable
RJ45 Straight Through Cable
No HUB; link to HMI directly
HUB required
1-to-1 only
Multiple link
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6.2. IP Address Setup
To read or send data from HMI over the Ethernet, user needs to set up
the correct IP address.
A user can set up IP address in [Configure] of HMI system menu. The
following figure is [Configuration Table] of network PWS3261.
1. If you upload/download over the Ethernet,
please note that the first three segment of PC
IP address must be the same as the first three
segment of HMI IP address. For example, IP
address of PC — 100.101.102.010 and IP
address of HMI — 100.101.102.XXX. Please
ask your MIS staff if there is any question.
2. Please note that the IP address of HMI should not be
shared with others in the network.
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6.3. Application Upload/Download over Ethernet
The Ethernet-enabled HMI with ADP 6.0 version or later offers user
upload/download for application, firmware, recipes and source code.
See Figure 209.
Figure 209.
An Example of Upload/Download over the
Ethernet
The steps to upload/download an ADP application over Ethernet:
1. First, set up IP address, Gateway address…etc in [Configuration Table]. Please refer to Section 6.2. IP address for complete details.
2. In ADP 6.0, select [Options]/[Transmission Setup] and select
“Ethernet” from the [PC Port] list. See Figure 210.
Figure 210. [Transmission Setup]`
3. Enter the address to [IP Address] or select from the drop-down
list. See Figure 211.
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Figure 211. The [Transmission Setup] Dialog
Box
4. Select [Application]/[Download Application] or [Download
Firmware and Application] to download the application.
Follow the same steps, a user can use [Upload Application],[Upload
Recipes],[Download Recipes],[Reconstruct Source] over Ethernet. For
[Upload Application], the above-mention steps must be changed to
select [File]/[Upload Application].
If the link is not set up properly, then ADP will show the error message.
See below.
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6.4. Communication to Ethernet-enabled PLCs
ADP 6.0 supports the HMI to communicate with Ethernet-enabled
PLCs on Modbus TCP/IP. Therefore, the HMI can control or read the
data from PLC. See below.
Figure 212.
Connection to Ethernet-enabled PLCs
Steps to follow:
1. Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup], the [Application
Properties] dialog box is displayed. On the [General] tab, select
the type of PLC or Modbus TCP/IP from the [Controller/PLC]
list. See below.
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2. Select the [Connection] tab. On the [Connection] tab, select
“Ethernet” from the [Port/method used for the connection] list.
Key in the address in the [Default Address] and [IP Address]
box. See below.錯誤! 找不到參照來源。
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3. Download the ADP application file to the HMI and set up the
link to connect.
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6.5. Multi-link (One Master and Multiple Slaves)
In ADP 6.0, the Multi-Link over Ethernet function allows user to link
several HMIs (one master and multiple slaves) and speeds up the
communication between the HMIs.
Figure 213.
Multi-Link over Ethernet Function
Steps to follow:
1. Setup the Master – HMI linked to PLC:
(i)
Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. One the [General] tab, select the model of HMI from the
[Panel/Workstation] list and the type of PLC from the
[Controller/PLC] list. See below.
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(ii)
Select the [Connection] tab. On the [Connection] tab,
check the [Multi-link] box. Then select “Ethernet” from
the [Master Port] list. Also, key in the block and address
in the [Common Register Block], [CRB Size], [Common
On/Off Block] and [COB Size] box. See 錯誤! 找不到參
照來源。. Setup the Multi-link on the [Connection] tab.
See below.
•
Check the [This PWS is a multi-link master] box.
•
Select “Ethernet” from the [Master Port] list.
•
Key in the address and its size in the [Common Register Block],[CRB Size],[Common On/Off Block] and
[COB Size] box.
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2. Download the ADP application to the Slave HMI.
3. Set up Slave – HMI not linked to PLC
(i)
Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. On the
[Connection] tab, select “Ethernet (Multi-link slave)”
from the [Port/method used for the connection] list.
(ii)
Set up [Master IP Address],[Common Register
Block],[CRB Size],[Common On/Off Block] and [COB
Size].
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4. Download the ADP application to the Slave HMI with linked
PLC.
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6.6. Cross-link over Ethernet Function (share the data)
In ADP 6.0, the Cross-Link over Ethernet function allows user to link
several HMIs and PLCs and share the data between these HMIs and
PLCs. See Figure 214.
Figure 214.
Cross-link Function
Use PWS3261N as an example in the following steps:
1. Setup PWS3261N_A:
(i)
First, select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. On the
[General] tab, select the model of HMI from the
[Panel/Workstation] list and the type of PLC from the
[Controller/PLC] list. See Figure 215.
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Figure 215.
(ii)
Set up PWS3261N_A
To set up Cross-link on the [Connection] tab; See Figure
216.
•
Click [Add] to add Connection 2 for Cross-link.
•
Select “Ethernet (Cross-link)” from the [Port/method
used for the connection] list.
•
Key in [Default Address],[IP Address] and [PWS
Type] for the desired device.
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Figure 216.
Add Cross-link Device
Note that Connection 1 linked to the PLC by Com Port and Connection
2 linked to the PLC by Cross-Link Ethernet.
(iii)If PWS3261N_A access the data from the PLC linked to
PWS3261N_B, follow these steps:
•
PLC register address setup:
Example: Specify the address of PLC register [2/C0] for
Siemens S7-200.
Note:PLC register [2/C0] refers to Connection No. 2 on
the [Connection] tab. See Figure 216. [/] means the
separation from register address.
There are two ways to setup:
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(a) Double-click on the object. Select the [Attributes] tab. In
the [Variable] block, key in the location “2/Q0.0”. See 錯
誤! 找不到參照來源。.
(b) Key in the address of PLC register in the object attributes
dialog box. Here the address is “2/C0” , See below; or
(c)
Press
,the [Address/Constant Input] dialog
box will be on the screen. See below.
Select “2-Connection 2” from the [Connection] list.
Key in the address in the [Device Type] and
[Add./Value] box. Here the address is C0.
Press [OK], “2/C0” will display in the object attribute dialog box.
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2. Download the edited application from PWS3261N_A to
PWS3261N_A.
3. Setup PWS3261N_B:
The setup steps are the same as PWS3261N_A, but the PLC device
Connection 1 of PWS3261N_B is the PLC device Connection 2 of
PWS3261N_A . See below.
Note that the [Add./Value] of the PLC device Connection 2 must
be changed.
The steps are similar to those for PWS3261N_A.
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4. Download the ADP application file of PWS3261N_B to
PWS3261N_A. Connect the link to PLCs and network.
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1. Note that there are two types of driver for Cross-Link: Dedicated
driver and Shared driver.
2. One HMI can only have 3 types of driver, including COM1,
COM2 and Ethernet (Dedicated driver). Therefore, one HMI can
only have one Ethernet (Dedicated driver).
3. Use Ethernet (Shared driver) when 3 or more connections are
needed.
4. Ethernet (Dedicated driver) is more efficient than Ethernet
(Shared driver).
5. Ethernet (Shared driver) is up to 16.
6. Since UDP is used in Cross-Link, Cross-Link is only adoptable to
local LAN.
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6.7. Supervisory and Control over Ethernet by
SoftPanel
ADP 6.0 or later supports Ethernet-enabled HMI models (ex.
PWS3261 Network model), Ethernet-enabled PLCs or PLCs which are
connected to HMI over Ethernet. See Figure 217.
Figure 217. Control over Ethernet by SoftPanel software
For SoftPanel directly linked to PLCs, follow the steps as in Section
6.4. Communication to Ethernet-enabled PLCs.
To access the PLCs via the Ethernet-enabled HMIs (ex. PWS3261
Network model), follow these steps:
1. Select [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. On the [General] tab,
select SoftPanel from the [Panel/Workstation] list. See Figure
218 .
2. Select the type of PLC from the [Controller/PLC] list. See
Figure 218.
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Figure 218. Select “SoftPanel” and the Type of PLC
3. Select the [Connection] tab. On the [Connection] tab, select
“Ethernet (Cross-link)” from the [Port/method used for the
connection] list. Then key in the default and IP address in the
[Default Address] and [IP Address] box and select the [PWS
Type]. See Figure 219.
4. Select type of HMI from the [PWS Type] list. See Figure 219.
5. Run the SoftPanel application and link with PLC.
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Figure 219. Key in the Address and Select PWS Type
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7.
Multi-Channel Communication
Since there are many different vendors and models of all kinds of
equipments on the market, users often have a difficult time in data
collection and integration. To solve this problem, HITECH develops a
HMI model with 2 COM Ports and Ethernet to connect PLCs or other
equipments (ex. temperature controller, server, inverter…etc) from
different vendors so they are able to integrate and collect the data on
HMI or PC.
Note that this feature is applicable on all HMI models; please refer
to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models.
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7.1. Connection
User can use COM1, COM2 or Ethernet Port to link the Multi-Channel Connection.
One can use RS232, RS422 or RS485 to set up the link, but the method
of connection is based on the needs and available equipments. For
Ethernet, one has to use RJ45 to set up the link. Also the PLC must be
Ethernet-enabled. See Figure 228. For the method of connection and
setup, please refer to Chapter 9. Communication between PLC& PWS.
Figure 228. Multi-Channel Connection
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7.2. Connection Setup
Multi-Channel connection setup includes the types of PLC and its
parameters.
Follow the steps to set up:
1. In ADP, select [File]/[New]. The [New Application’s Properties] dialog box is displayed. On the [General] tab, select the
type of the first PLC from the [Controller/PLC] list, for example, “Mitsubishi FX Series.” See Figure 229.
Figure 229.
Select the Type of the First PLC
2. Select the [Connection] tab. On the [Connection] tab, select the
method of connection for the first PLC from the [Port/method
used for the connection] list. Next enter the addresses in the
PWS’s [Address] and PLC’s [Default Address] box. Then
make the selection from the [Baud Rate], [Data Bits], [Parity]
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and [Stop Bits] list. See 錯誤! 找不到參照來源。. User can
refer to Chapter 7 in the ADP User’s Manual for details.
3. Then select the [Connection] tab, and set up the parameters for
the first linked PLC including default address, baud rate, data
bits, parity, stop bits…etc. See Figure 230. Please refer to
Chapter 9. Communication between PLC & PWS.
Figure 230.
Setup the Connection with the first PLC
Note that if SW5 = ON, the parameters of the first linked PLC must
be set up according to the Configuration Table in System Menu; If
SW5 = OFF, the parameters of the first linked PLC must be set up
according to the [Connection] tab in [Application]/[Workstation Setup].
See Figure 230.
4. To add a second PLC, click [Add] on the [Connection] tab, for
example, “Simatic S7-200 [via PPI; 1-to-1].” See Figure 231 .
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Figure 231.
Add a second linked PLC
5. Follow the steps in 2. to set up the second PLC. Enter the addresses in the PWS’s [Address] and PLC’s [Default Address]
box. Make the selection from the [Baud Rate], [Data Bits],
[Parity] and [Stop Bits] list. See Figure 232. User can refer to
Chapter 9. in the ADP User’s Manual for details.
Figure 232.
Set up the Connection with the second PLC
For the second PLC, one has to set up the parameters according to the
[Connection] tab in [Application]/[Workstation Setup]. See Figure 230.
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6. If the communication port is being used already, then the
following error message will show up. See Figure 233.
Figure 233.
The Port is being Used Already
7. Next, to add an Ethernet-enabled PLC, click [Add] to add a
third PLC, for example, “ModBus TCP/IP Device.” See Figure
234.
Figure 234.
Add the third Ethernet-enabled PLC
8. To set up the third PLC (Ethernet-enabled), enter the address
in [Default Address] and [IP Address] box. See Figure 235 錯
誤! 找不到參照來源。. User can refer to Chapter 9 in the
ADP User’s Manual for details.
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Figure 235. Set up the Connection with the third Ethernet-enabled PLC
9. Click [OK] to finish the setup. If user would like to change the
setup later on, simply select [Application]/[Workstation Setup].
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Note:
•
[Add]: To add a new connection device. Here is to add another PLC.
•
[Remove]: To delete a connection device. This function is not
applicable to the first connection (i.e. Connection 1).
•
[Rename]: To change the Device Name or the Device Type.
For Connection 1, user is only able to change its Device Name.
To change its Device Type, one has to change it from the [General] tab.
•
[No.] column: Numbered by the order of addition of a device
and it is not changeable.
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7.3. Read/Write Address Setup
Since there is more than one type of PLCs, we need to assign a
Read/Write Address for each PLC. Therefore, [/] denotes the separation from its register address.
Note that this function is not applicable on all HMI models; please refer to Appendix A. - Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models.
Example: The connection of Section 7.2. Connection Setup .
No.
Device Name
Device Type
1
Connection 1
Mitsubishi FX Series
2
Connection 2
Simatic S7-200 (via PPI ; 1 to 1 )
3
Connection 3
Modbus TCP/IP Device
Follow the steps:
1.
For Connection 1, in the [Write] and [Read] box, enter “1/Y1”
for the bit address and “1/Y1D100” for the register address.
“1” is [No.] column 1, it can be omitted and enter “Y1”.
2.
For Connection 2, in the [Write] and [Read] box, enter
“2/Q0.0” for the bit address. Notice that “2” refers to
Connection No. 2 and “/” denotes the separation from its
register address. See below.
3. For Connection 3, in the [Write] and [Read] box, enter “3/1”
for the bit address. Notice that “3” refers to Connection No. 3
and “/” denotes the separation from its register address. We
have to include “/” in the setup. See below.
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8.
Macro
8.1. Macro Function
ADP offers user a convenient and powerful Macro application; Macro
enables the Workstation to execute a number of tasks: Arithmetic,
Logic, Flow Control, Data Transfer, Comparison, Conversion and
system service instructions, etc. Using Macro can also significantly
save the program size and optimize the efficiency in PLC. In Macro,
not only can the Workstation communicate to the PLC but also connect
to other devices. Thus Macro provides an efficient integration system
as well as an economical structure in hardware application.
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8.2. Classification in Macro
Macro offers user a number of functions in different situations and
applications. A user can define the application according to the needs
in the corresponding Marco window. PWS HMI will execute the
macro commands according to the different modes. Macro is
categorized into the following commands:
A.
Application Macro commands:There are three types of
macro commands in the [Application] menu.
1. INITIAL Macro: The purposes of INITIAL Macro are
data initialization and communication parameters declaration. This command is executed only once when an
application is started and the start-up screen is not
appeared until this command is executed. There is one
INITIAL Macro in one application.
2. BACKGROUND Macro : When the HMI runs the
application, the macro commands will execute cyclically.
The maximum macro commands are 30 rows. The macro
commands will execute whatever the current screen is.
The common use for BACKGROUND Macro is
communication control and PLC sampling data convert….etc.
3. CLOCK Macro:When the HMI runs this application,
the entire macro commands will be executed every 500ms.
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The common use for Clock Macro is display control, PLC
bit monitor, timer control, data timer convert…etc.
B.
Screen Macro Commands:There are three macro commands
in the [Screen] menu.
1. OPEN Macro:OPEN Macro is executed when the screen
is commanded to be opened. The common use for OPEN
Macro is screen initialization, display control, internal
register or bit initialization….etc.
2. CLOSE Macro: CLOSE Macro is executed when the
screen is commanded to be closed. The CLOSE Macro
will execute its command once.
3. CYCLIC Macro:CYCLIC Macro is executed cyclically
when the screen is display. The HMI will execute the
BACKGROUND Macro and CLOCK Macro periodically.
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C.
ON/OFF Macro Commands:There are two ON/OFF macro
commands in push-button object.
1. ON Macro:ON Macro is executed when the button is
clicked and set a bit to be ON. The common use for ON
Macro is the action of push-button, the control of chain
process or the effect of displaying the initial screen and
PLC register and bit initilialization…etc.
2. OFF Macro:OFF Macro is executed when the button is
clicked and released a bit to be OFF. Then the HMI will
execute the Macro commands once. The common use for
HMI is the action of push-button, the control of sequence
process, the effect of displaying the close screen…etc.
D.
Sub-Macro Commands:A user can select [Sub-Macro] from
the [Object] menu.
1. Sub-Macro : It is the sub-command of Macro.
Sub-Macro is executed by the HMI with CALL
command. The common use for Sub-Macro is to
edit and save some basic functions or arithmetic
commands for Macro.
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8.3. Macro Commands
The following details the macro commands and the formats. For the
setup, please refer to the next section.
Operation
Format
A1 *
ADD
SUB
MUL
DIV
MOD
A1=ADD(A2,A3)
A1=SUB(A2,A3)
A1=MUL(A2,A3)
A1=DIV(A2,A3)
A1=MOD(A2,A3)
2
2
2
2
2
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
A3* Data
Format
2,4 DW/Signed
2,4 DW/Signed
2,4 DW/Signed
2,4 DW/Signed
2,4 DW/Signed
OR
AND
XOR
SHL
SHR
A1=A2 | A3
A1=A2&A3
A1=A2^A3
A1=A2<<A3
A1=A2>>A3
2
2
2
2
2
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
DW
DW
DW
DW
DW
X
X
X
X
X
MOV
BMOV
FILL
CHR
GETX
SETY
X2Y
A1= A2
BMOV(A1,A2,A3)
FILL(A1,A2,A3)
CHR(A1,"A2")
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@Y=A1
X2Y(A1,A2)
0,2
0,2
2
2
2,4
2,4
2,4
0,2,4
0,2,
2,4
5
~
DW
2,4
2,4
~
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
IF==
IF!=
IF>
IF>=
IF<
IF<=
IF AND
==0
IF AND
!=0
IF==ON
IF==OFF
IF A1==A2 GOTOA3
IF A1!=A2 GOTOA3
IF A1>A2 GOTOA3
IF A1>=A2 GOTOA3
IF A1<A2 GOTOA3
IF A1<=A2 GOTOA3
IF A1 AND A2==0
THEN GOTO A3
IF A1 AND A2!=0
THEN GOTO A3
IF A1=ON GOTO A2
IF A1=OFFGOTO A2
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
2,4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
DW
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2,4 2,4
4
DW
X
3
3
~
~
Bit
Bit
X
X
*
A2*
PLC
Data
X
X
X
X
X
2,4
4
4
The useable range of memory will be indetified according to the commands. The
number in the table represent :
0=PLC Device (Word), 1=PLC Device (Bit),
2=Internal Memory(Word), 3=Internal Memory(Bit),
4=Constant, 5=ASCII Character.
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Operation
Format
A1 *
IF condition ♦ THEN
DO
ENDIF
IF-THEN-ELSE IF condition ♦ THEN
DO
ELSE DO
ENDIF
Nest IF-THEN- IF condition ♦ THEN
ELSE
DO
IF-THEN-ELSE
ELSE DO
IF-THEN-ELSE
ENDIF
ELIF
IF condition 1 ♦ THEN
DO
ELIF condition 2 ♦
THEN DO
ELIF condition 3 ♦
THEN DO
ENDIF
2,4 2,4
A3* Data
Format
~
Condition ♦
2,4 2,4
~
Condition ♦
X
2,4 2,4
~
Condition ♦
X
2,4 2,4
~
Condition ♦
X
GOTO
LABEL
CALL
RET
FOR
NEXT
SETB
CLRB
INVB
Goto label A1
Label A1
Call A1
Return
For A1
Next
Bit setting A1
Bit resetting A1
Bit inversion A1
4
4
2,4
~
2,4
~
1,3
1,3
1,3
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
Bit
Bit
Bit
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
BCD
BIN
W2D
B2W
W2B
SWAP
MAX
MIN
A1=BCD(A2)
A1=BIN(A2)
A1=W2D(A2)
A1=B2W(A2,A3)
A1=W2B(A2,A3)
SWAP(A1,A2)
A1=MAX(A2,A3)
A1=MIN(A2,A3)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2,4
2,4
2,4
~
~
~
2,4
2,4
~
2,4
2,4
IF-THEN
A2*
PLC
Data
X
DW
DW
Signed
DW/Signed
DW/Signed
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
*
The useable range of memory will be indetified according to the commands. The
number in the table represent :
0=PLC Device (Word), 1=PLC Device (Bit),
2=Internal Memory(Word), 3=Internal Memory(Bit),
4=Constant, 5=ASCII Character.
♦
Condition includes A1==A2, A1!=A2, A1>A2, A1>=A2, A1<A2, A1<=A2,
(A1&A2)==0, (A1&A2)!=0, A1==ON或A1==OFF 。 A1 and A2 are only for internal
memory and constant.
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A2H
H2A
A1=A2H(A2)
A1=H2A(A2)
TIMETICK
A1= TIMETICK
COMMENT
#A1="Chars"
SYS
SYS(A1,A2)
Operation Format
2
2
2
2
2
5
~
~
A1 *
SYS(SET_TIMER,N)
SYS(STOP_TIMER,N)
SYS(SET_COUNTER,N)
SYS(STOP_COUNTER,N)
SYS(WAIT_TIMER,N)
SYS(WAIT_COUNTER,N)
SYS(INI_COM,N)
SYS(GET_CHAR,N)
SYS(GET_CHARS,N)
SYS(PUT_CHAR,N)
SYS(PUT_CHARS,N)
SYS(READ_WORDS,N)
SYS(READ_位元 S,N)
SYS(WRITE_WORDS,N)
SYS(WRITE_位元,N)
SYS(SUM_ADD,N)
SYS(SUM_XOR,N)
A2*
X
X
~
~
DW
A3* Data
Format
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Arithmetic
[Notes]: Only internal memory can be used in these commands. The
internal memory includes @, RCPW, CB, RCPNO and *@ (indirect
internal memory). The data format is Word, Double-Word, Signed
binary and Unsigned binary.
Format: A1 = A2 + A3
Description: Adds A2 and A3 and saves the result in A1.
♦ ADD → Format: A1 = A2+A3. Adds A2 and A3 and saves the
result in A1.
*
The useable range of memory will be indetified according to the commands. The
number in the table represent :
0=PLC Device(Word), 1=PLC Device(Bit),
2=Internal Memory(Word), 3=Internal Memory(Bit),
4=Constant, 5=ASCII Character.
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X
X
PLC
Data
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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♦ SUB → Format: A1 = A2-A3. Subtracts A3 from A2 and saves
the result in A1.
♦ MUL → Format: A1 = A2×A3.
♦ DIV → Format: A1 = A2/A3. A1 is quotient and A3 cannot be
zero.
♦ MOD → Format: A1 = A2%A3. A1 is remainder and A3
cannot be zero.
Logical
Notes: Only internal memory can be used in these commands. The
internal memory includes @, RCPW, CB, RCPNO and *@ (indirect
internal memory). The data format is Word, Double-Word…etc. (no
Signed binary, floating point number arithmetic).
OR → Format: A1=A2 | A3.。The truth table as left-side:
Performs the bit-wise “OR” operation of A2 (word) and A3 (word) and
saves the result in A1 (word).
♦ Or the bit-wise “OR” operation of A2 (Dword) and A3 (Dword)
and saves the result in A1 (Dword).
♦ AND → Format: A1 = A2& A3. The truth table as left-side:
Performs the bit-wise “AND” operation of A2 (word) and A3
(word) and saves the result in A1 (word).
♦ Or performs the bit-wise “AND” operation of A2 (Dword) and
A3 (Dword) and saves the result in A1 (Dword).
♦ XOR → Format: A1=A2 ^ A3. The truth table as left-side:
Performs the bit-wise exclusive OR operation of A2 (word)
and A3 (word) and saves the result in A1 (word).
♦ Or performs the bit-wise exclusive OR operation of A2 (Dword)
and A3 (Dword) and saves the result in A1 (Dword).
♦ SHL → Format: A1=A2 << A3. Shifts A2 (word) left by A3
bits and saves the result in A1 (word). left shift command fills 0
into bit 0 and the last bit will shift out. If the displacement(A3)
is greater than 16 ,then 16 will be the most shiftable amount.
♦ Or shift A2 (Dword) left by A3 bits and saves the result in A1
(Dword). Left shift command fills 0 into bit 0 and the last bit
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will shift out. If the displacement(A3) is greater than 32 ,then
32 will be the most shiftable amount.
♦ SHR → Format: A1=A2 >> A3. Shifts A2 (word) right by A3
bits and saves the result in A1 (word). Right shift command
fills 0 into bit 15 and the last bit will shift out. If the
displacement(A3) is greater than 16 ,then 16 will be the most
shiftable amount.
♦ Or shifts A2 (Dword) right by A3 bits and saves the result in
A1 (Dword). Right shift command fills 0 into bit 31 and the last
bit will shift out. If the displacement(A3) is greater than
32 ,then 32 will be the most shiftable amount.
Data transfer
[Notes]: Both MOV and BMOV command can be located in the PLC
memory or internal memory. These include @, RCPW, CB, RCPNO
and *@ (indirect internal memory). The data format of this command
is Word.
♦ MOV →Format: A1 (Word) =A2 (Word), A1 (Dword) = A2
(Dword). The MOV command is to copy the value of A2 to A1
and the value of A2 is fixed. If A1 is located in PLC, it
represents the A2 data in HMI internal register will write in
PLC. If A2 is located in PLC, it represents the A2 data will be
read and shift to HMI internal register A1.
♦ BMOV → Format: BMOV (A1, A2, A3).Copy a block of data
starting at A2 to the memory block starting at A1. A3 specifies
the number of Words to be copied. The data format is Word.
The BMOV command is to copy a block of A3 starting at A2
to the A3 block starting at A1, and the A2 data is fixed. The
number of A3 must be between 2 and 524. Format: BMOV (A1,
A2, A3)
♦ FILL → Format: FILL (A1, A2, A3). Fill a block of memory
starting at A1 with the value of A2. A3 specifies the number of
words to be filled. The data format is Word. The Fill command
is to fill A2 data into a block of A3 starting at A1, A2 data is
fixed. The number of A3 must be between 2 and 524.
♦ CHR → Format: CHR (A1, “A2”). Copy the character string
A2 to A1. The data of A1 is in ASCII format.
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♦ GETX → Format: A1 = @X. Convert @X input signal to A1.
The A1 data is numeric value. This command is only applicable
on PWS520S model.
♦ SETY → Format: @Y = A1. Covert A1 to output signal. The
A1 data is numeric value. This command is only applicable on
PWS520S model.
♦ X2Y → Format: X2Y (A1, A2). Convert input to output. This
command is only applicable on PWS520S model.
If A2 value is not zero, the specified internal bit A1 is enabled. When
A2 value is zero, the action of the specified internal bit A1 is
disabled. There are eight internal bits (from 0 to 7) in PWS-520S. A
internal bit can assign the corresponding input point and output point
which the sensitive time needs to greater than 20 msec. When cancel
the action internal point, the relative digital output point will be reset.
Comparison
[Notes]: Only internal memory can be used in these commands. The
internal memory includes @, RCPW, CB, RCPNO and *@ (indirect
internal memory).
♦ IF ==→ Format: IF A1 == A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes
to LABEL A3 if A1 is equal to A2.
♦ IF!= → Format: IF A1!=A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes
to LABEL A3 if A1 is not equal to A2.
♦ IF > → Format: IF A1>A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes to
LABEL A3 if A1 is greater than A2.
♦ IF >= → Format: IF A1>=A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes
to LABEL A3 if A1 is greater than or equal to A2.
♦ IF < → Format: IF A1<A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes to
LABEL A3 if A1 is less than A2.
♦ IF <= → Format: IF A1<=A2 THEN GOTO LABEL A3. Goes
to LABEL A3 if A1 is less than or equal to A2.
♦ IF AND == 0 → Format: IF (A1&A2) == 0 THEN GOTO
LABEL A3. Goes to LABEL A3 if the result of AND operation
of A1 and A2 is 0.
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♦ IF AND! = 0 → Format: IF (A1&A2)! = 0 THEN GOTO
LABEL A3. Goes to LABEL A3 if the result of AND operation
of A1 and A2 is not 0.
♦ IF == ON → Format: IF A1==ON THEN GOTO LABEL A2.
If bit A1 is ON (1) then goes to LABEL A2.
♦ IF ==OFF → Format: IF A1==OFF THEN GOTO LABEL A2.
If bit A1 is OFF (0) then goes to LABEL A2.
♦ IF condition THEN DO Macro ENDIF → If the condition is
true, the HMI will execute the Macro. See below::
1. If @100 is equal to 50, then the
following Macro will be executed.
2. Force PLC Output Y0 to be 1(ON).
3. Force PLC Output Y1 to be 1(ON).
4. End of the IF condition.
5. End of the Macro.
♦ IF condition THEN DO Macro-A ELSE DO Macro-B ENDIF
→ If the condition is true, the HMI will execute Macro-A. If
the condition is not true, the HMI will execute Macro-B. See
below:
1. If @100 is equal to 50, then the following
Macro will be executed.
2. Force PLC Output Y0 to be 1(ON).
3. Force PLC Output Y1 to be 1(ON).
4. If @100 is not equal to 50, the following
Macro will be executed.
5. Force PLC Output Y0 to be 0(OFF).
6. Force PLC Output Y1 to be 0(OFF).
7. End of the If condition.
8. End of the Macro.
♦ IF condition THEN DO
IF-THEN-ELSE-A
ELSE DO
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I
F
T
H
E
N
E
L
S
E
B
E
N
D
I
F
→
1. If @100 is greater than 50, then the following
Macro will be executed.
2. If @100 is greater than 50 and @100 is
greater than 80, then the following Macro
will be executed.
3. Force PLC Output Y3 to be 1(ON).
4. Force PLC Output Y0 to be 0(OFF).
5. Force PLC OutputY1 to be 0(OFF).
6. Force PLC OutputY2 to be 0(OFF).
7. If @100 is greater than 50 but @100 is less
than 80, then the following Macro will be
executed.
8. Force PLC OutputY2 to be 1(ON).
9. Force PLC OutputY0 to be 0(OFF).
10. Force PLC OutputY1 to be 0(OFF).
11. Force PLC OutputY3 to be 0(OFF).
12. End of the No. 2 IF condition.
13. If @100 is not greater than 50, then the
following Macro will be executed.
14. If @100 is not greater than 50 and @100 is
less than 30, then the following Macro will
be executed.
假
如
15. Force PLC OutputY1 to be 1(ON).
條
16. Force PLC OutputY0 to be 0(OFF).
件
成
17. Force PLC OutputY3 to be 0(OFF).
立
18. Force PLC OutputY2 to be 0(OFF).
,
19. If @100 is not greater than 50 and @100 is
則
not greater than 30, then the following Macro
執
will be executed.
行
20. Force PLC OutputY0 to be 1(ON).
另
21. Force PLC OutputY3 to be 0(OFF).
一
22. Force PLC OutputY1 to be 0(OFF).
個
23. Force PLC OutputY2 to be 0(OFF).
I
F
24. End of No.14 IF condition.
25. End of No. 1 IF condition.
T
26. End of Macro.
H
E
If N-ELSE-A is not true, IF-THEN-ELSE-B will be executed. See
below:
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♦ IF condition-1 THEN DO
Macro-A
ELIF condition-2 THEN DO
Macro-B
ELIF condition-3 THEN DO
Macro-C
ENDIF
→ If condition-1 is true, Macro-A will be executed; if condition-1
is not true but condition-2 is true, Macro-B will be executed; if
condition-1 and condition-2 are not true but condition-3 is true,
Macro-C will be executed. See below:
1. If @100 is greater than 10, then the
following Macro will be executed.
2. Call Sub-macro 10.
3. If @100 is not greater than 10 but
@100is greater than 5, the following
Macro will be executed.
4. Call sub-Macro 5.
5. If @100 is not greater than 10 but @100
is not greater than 5 and @100 is greater
than 1, then the following Macro will be
executed.
6. Call sub-Macro 1.
7. End of If condition.
8. End of Macro.
Flow Control
[Notes]: Only internal memory can be used in these commands.
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♦ GOTO → Format: GOTO LABEL A1. Goes to LABLE A1
unconditionally. The GOTO command will cause a branch to
the specified label (Label A1). And LABEL A1 must be in the
Macro.
♦ LABEL → Format: LABEL A1. Note that no two labels are
allowed to have the same number in one Macro but the same
number in Macros is acceptable.
♦ CALL → Call Sub-macro. Format: CALL A1. Call command
can assign the control to sub-macro. The common use of submacro is to execute some specific functions, passing the
parameter table, complex instruction set…etc. Note that the
specified sub-macro must exist and return by RET command
where the end of the sub-macro. Then the next macro will be
executed. The number of sub-macro is from 001 to 512, and
allowed to name. Besides, sub-macro is assigned to CALL
another sub-macro.
♦ RET → Return to Macro. RET command only exists in SubMacro but Call exist in Macro. Each RET command must have
a corresponding CALL command.
♦ FOR..NEXT → Loop, “FOR” is the start of a loop and
“NEXT” is the end of a loop. Note that the maximum number
of FOR loop is 3, e.g. FOR A1. .NEXT. FOR loop is formed by
the pair of FOR and NEXT commands, and executes the macro
instructions within the FOR loop by A1 times. A1 can be
variable and constant. When A1 is 0, the Macro will skip the
FOR loop and execute the next line of code after the Next
command. When A1 is greater than 0, the Macro will execute
A1 continuously until the end of the FOR loop. And a user can
change the A1 value within the FOR commands. Note that if
A1 is too great, CPU will overload and malfunction.
♦ FOR/NEXT loop command can execute the program repeatedly.
Each FOR command must have one corresponding NEXT
command. One is allowed to have up 3 nested FOR loops, e.g.
FOR @1…, FOR @2…, [email protected],NEXT,NEXT.
♦ END → End the Macro. END command represents the end of
the Macro. The Macro will not execute the next line of code
after the END command and start to the first line of code next
time.
Note: END command represents the end of the MACRO, it is
invalid in SUB-MACRO. SUN-MACRO must use RET
command; otherwise, the program will cause errors.
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Data Conversion
[Notes]: Only internal memory can be used in these commands. The
internal memory includes @, RCPW, CB, RCPNO and *@ (indirect
internal memory).
♦ BCD → Convert BIN to BCD. Format: A1 = BCD (A2). This
command is used to convert A2 (Integer, Word or Dword) from
a binary number to a BCD number and saves the result in A1.
The valid integer of A2 is between 0 and 9999 (Word) or 0 and
99999999 (Dword).
♦ BIN → Convert BCD to BIN. Format: A1 = BIN (A2). This
command is to convert A2 from a BCD number (Word or
Dword) to a binary number and saves the result in A1
(Integer,Word or Dword). The valid BCD number is between 0
and 9999 (Word), or 0 and 99999999 (Dword).
♦ W2D → Convert WORD to DOUBLE WORD. Format: A1 =
W2D (A2). The W2D command is to convert A2 from a
WORD number (Integer) to a DOUBLE WORD (Integer) and
saves the result in A1 (Dword, signed or unsigned). The valid
integer of A2 is between 0 and 65535 (Word,unsigned) or 32768 and 32767 (Word,signed). This function can extend the
size of 16 bits signed integer(Word) to 32 bits integer(DWord).
♦ B2W → Convert BYTE to WORD. Format: A1 = B2W (A2,
A3). The byte array is starting at A2 with the size A3 and the
result is saved in the memory starting at A1 (WORD). The high
bytes of the word array are set to be 0.
♦ W2B → Convert WORD to BYTE. Format: A1 = W2B (A2,
A3). The word array is starting at A2 with the size of A3. The
result is saved in the memory starting at A1. The conversion
will discard the high bytes of the A2 word array.
♦ SWAP → Swap the Bytes, Format: SWAP (A1, A2). The
SWAP command is to swap the low byte and high byte of each
word of a memory block starting at A1. A2 specifies the size of
the memory block in word. After executing, the Al data will be
changed.
♦ MAX → Maximum. Format: A1 = MAX (A2, A3). Sets A1 to
the larger one in A2 and A3. (The data format can be in word,
dword, signed binary or unsigned binary.)
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♦ MIN → Minimum. Format: A1 = MAX (A2, A3). Sets A1 to
the smaller one in A2 and A3. (The data format can be word,
dword, signed binary or unsigned binary.)
♦ A2H → Convert 4-digit hex number in ASCII character form
into a binary number. Format: A1 = A2H (A2). The character
of the fourth digit is in word A2 and the characters of the other
digits are in the words following A2 in sequence. The result
will be saved in A1. For example, suppose A2 as @200 and the
data in @210=9538H. After the conversion, the result will be
saved in [email protected] and it is @200=0039H, @201=0033H,
@202=0035H and @203=0038H. (The data format is only in
word.)
♦ H2A → Convert a 16-bit binary number into a 4-digit hex
number in ASCII character form. Format: A1 = A2H (A2). The
number to be converted is in A2. The character of the fourth
digit will be saved in A1 and the characters of the other digits
will be saved in the words following A1 in sequence. For
example, suppose A2 as @100 and the data in @100=1234H.
After the conversion, the result will be saved in [email protected] and
it is @110=0031H, @111=0032H, @112=0033H and
@113=0034H. (The data format is only in word.)
Bit Setting
Both internal memory and PLC bit can be used including @nnn.b,
RCPWnnn.b in these commands.
♦ SETB →Set bit to be ON. Format: SETB A1。
♦ CLRB →Set bit to be OFF. Format: CLRB A1。
♦ INVB →Inverse the bit state. Format: INVB A1.
Others
There are three special commands to use.
TIMETICK → Get the current system time tick ( CPU internal
clock time). Format: A1= TIMETICK (). The system time tick is
increased by 1 in every 100 ms.
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♦ COMMENT → This is a non-executable instruction and its
purpose is to make comments in macro.
♦ SYS → There are a number of system services which can be
used in SYS command. please refer to the complete detail in
the following:
A) SET_TIMER →Specify the internal timer. Format:
SYS(SET_TIMER,N) 。
@N : Time number. The number of N is between 0 and 7.
@N+1: Current Timer Value.
@N+2: Timer Limit.
@N+3: Time-up Flag.
@N+4: Type of Operation as below:
Timer will stop when reach the default setting, the
0
flag will set to be 1.
1
Timer resets to be 0 automatically when the flag is
changed to be 0 or 1. When the flag is 1, the timer
resets to be 0 automatically. When the flag is 0, the
timer resets to be 0 automatically.
2
(PWS-520S only) Does the operations in Type 0 and
sets the corresponding digital output Yn, where n =
0~7.
3
(PWS-520S only) Does the operations in Type 1 and
toggles the corresponding digital output Yn; where
n=0~7.
B) STOP_TIMER →Stops the internal timer . Format: SYS
(STOP_TIMER,N).
C) SET_COUNTER → Set the internal counter, it is only applicable
on PWS520S.
@N: Counter number. The number of N is between 0 and 7.
@N+1: Current Counter Value .
@N+2: Counter Limit.
@N+3: Over-Limit Flag.
@N+4: Type of Operation as below:
0
Counter will stop when reach the default setting, the
flag will set to be 1.
1
Counter resets to be 0 automatically when the flag is
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changed to be 0 or 1. When the flag is 1, the counter
resets to be 0 automatically. When the flag is 0, the
counter resets to be 0 automatically.
2
(PWS-520S only) Does the operations in Type 0 and
sets the corresponding digital output Yn, where n =
0~7.
3
(PWS-520S only) Does the operations in Type 1 and
toggles the corresponding digital output Yn; where
n=0~7.
D) STOP_COUNTER → Stop the internal counter. Format:
SYS(STOP_COUNTER,N).
E) WAIT_TIMER→ Wait for the time-up event in the internal timer.
Format: SYS (WAIT_TIMER,N). The macro instruction following this
command will not be executed until the timer reaches to the Timer
Limit. Remember that the corresponding timer must be activated by
the SET_TIMER service before requesting this service.
F) WAIT_COUNTER→ Wait for the over-limit event in the internal
counter, it is only allocable on PWS520S. Format:
(WAIT_COUNTER,N). The macro instruction following this command will not be executed until the counter reaches to the Counter
Limit. Remember that the corresponding counter must be activated by
the SET_COUNTER service before requesting this service.
G) INIT_COM → Select and initialize a COM port. Format: SYS
(INIT_COM,N). The word @n specifies the communication setting of
the COM port. The format of the setting is shown in the following:
Bit 1,Bit 0 →DATA Bit S 10:7 Bit S,11:8 Bit S.
Bit 2 →STOP Bit S 0:1 位元,1:2 Bit S.
Bit 4, Bit 3 →PARITY.> 00:NONE, 01:ODD, 11:EVEN.
Bit 6, Bit 5 →COM PORT > 00:COM1, 01:COM2, 10:COM3,
11:COM4.
Bit 7 → Not used.
Bit11,Bit 10,Bit 9,Bit 8 → 0001 : 115200, 0010 : 57600, 0011 :
38400, 0110:19200, 1100:9600, Others:4800.
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Bit 15 → Computer Protocol Driver ; 0: Disable, 1: Enable (This
command is only applicable on PWS1711-Macro, PWS1711-Color,
PWS1760, PWS3260, PWS3760)
If this service is successful, then the word @n+1 will be set to be 1;
otherwise, it will be set to be 0.
There are some models (e.g. PWS1711-Macro and PWS1711-Color)
providing Computer Protocol slave driver for the second com port;
This function provides the communication between PC/another PWS
and PWS1711-Macro and PWS1711-Color in the second com port.
The HMI can communicate with PLC over the first com port and the
connection steps are the same as usual steps. The PC can read from the
internal registers of PWS1711 @[email protected] over the second port (The
data of W0-W639 is correspondent with @[email protected]). For PWS1762,
PWS3160, PWS3760, the PC can read from the internal registers @[email protected] (The data of W0-W2047 is correspondent with @[email protected]).
To communicate with SoftPanel or another PWS, the controller/PLC
must be Computer (as slave) and the PLC station must set as the PWS
station and the related format must be the same as the format of
INIT_COM.
When use the Computer Protocol driver, this function is inapplicable
on GET_CHAR, GET_CHARS, PUT_CHAR, and PUT_CHARS.
H) GET_CHAR → Gets a character from the COM port. Format: SYS
(GETCHAR,N). The character will be saved in the low byte of the
word @n. If there is no input, the word @n will be set to be -1(ffffH).
I)GET_CHARS → Gets a number of characters from the COM port.
Format: SYS (GETCHARS,N). The word @n specifies the maximum
number of characters to receive. The actual number of characters
received is then saved in word @n+1. The characters received will be
saved in the low bytes of the word @n+2, @n+3, @n+4 and so on.
J) PUT_CHAR → Sends a character in the low byte of word @n to the
COM port. Format: SYS (PUTCHAR,N). If this service is successful,
then the word @n+1 will be set to be 1; otherwise, it will be set to be
other value.
K) PUT_CHARS →Sends the characters in the low bytes of the words
starting from @n+2 to the COM port. Format: SYS (PUTCHARS,N).
Also, the word @n specifies the number of characters to be sent and
the actual number of characters sent is then saved in the word @n+1.
L) SUM_ADD → Calculates the sum of a block of words by normal
arithmetic addition. Format: SYS (SUM_ADD,N). The output data
will save in “@N+3”, this feature offers more convenient application
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for Macro. For example, SYS (SUM_ADD,30) represents N = 30, this
command will calculate the sum of @30,@31,@32,@33 internal
registers.
@N=30 represents the pointer parameter, and the internal value of
@30 must be 0.
@N+1(@31) represents the starting address of the block.
@N+2(@32) represents the size of WORDS block.
@N+3(@33) represents the initial value of the summand and the sum
will save in this address automatically. A user must set the summand
before execution. Most communication protocols regulate the initial
value of summand = 00H or FFH, please refer to initial value assigned
by vendor.
M) SUM_XOR → Calculate the sum of a block of words by the bitwise logical exclusive-or operation and save the result in the specified
address. Format: SYS(SUM_XOR,N). The output data will save in
“@N+3”, this feature is convenient for Macro communication
application. For example, SYS(SUM_XOR,50) represents N = 50, this
command will calculate the sum of @50,@51,@52,@53 internal
registers. To execute this command requires the internal value of @50,
@51, @52, and @53.
@N=50 represents PLC station number, and the internal value of
@50must be 0 if no PLC station is required.
@N+1(@51) represents the starting address of the block.
@N+2(@52) represents the size of WORDS block.
@N+3(@53) represents the initial value of the summand and the sum
will save in this address automatically. A user must set the summand
before execution. Most communication protocols regulate the initial
value of summand = 00H or FFH, please refer to initial value assigned
by vendor.
N) READ_WORDS → Read a number of words from PLC word
devices or internal memory and save the result in the specified address.
Format: SYS (READ_WORDS,N). The data will save in “@+5”. This
command is powerful for the communication with the any PLC
registers and can be used as PLC data setting and monitor. For
example, SYS(READ_WORDS,80) represents N = 80. To execute this
command requires the internal value of @80, @81, @82, @83, @84,
@85, @86.
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@N (@80) represents PLC station number, and the internal value of
@80 must be 0 if no PLC station is required.
@N+1(@81) represents the device type setting. For the device type of
PLC, please refer to Chapter 9. for the complete details.
@N+2(@82) represent the low word of the device address.
@N+3(@83) represent high word of the device address.
@N+4(@84) represent auxiliary address if required or set to be 0.
@N+5(@85) represent the address of the internal memory to receive
the data and the size of data is specified by N+6(@86).
@N+6(@86) represent the number of words to be read.
O) READ_Bit → Read a PLC bit device or internal bit and save the
data in the specified address. Format: SYS (READ_Bit,N). The data
will save in “@+5”. This command is powerful for the communication
with the any PLC bit-state and can be used as PLC data setting and
monitor. For example, SYS(READ_bit,80) represents N = 80. . To
execute this command requires the internal value of @80, @81, @82,
@83, @84, and @85.
@N(@80) represents PLC station number, and the internal value of
@80 must be 0 if no PLC station is required.
@N+1(@81) represents the device type. For the device type of PLCs,
please refer to Chapter 9. for the complete details.
@N+2(@82) represents low word of the device address.
@N+3(@83) represents high word of the device address.
@N+4(@84) represents auxiliary address if required or set 0.
@N+5(@85) represents the address of the internal memory to receive
the data. N+5(@85) DATA = 1 if the bit is ON; DATA = 0 if the bit is
OFF.
P) WRITE_WORDS → Writes a block of data in internal memory to
PLC
word
devices
or
internal
memory.
Format:
SYS(WRITE_WORDS,N). The data will save in “@N+5”. This command is powerful for the random modification of the any PLC data and
can be used as PLC data setting and monitor. For example,
SYS(WRITE_WORDS,90) represents N = 90. To execute this command requires the internal value of @90, @91, @92, @93, @94, @95
and @96.
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@N(@90) represents PLC station number, and the internal value of
@90 must be 0 if no PLC station is required.
@N+1(@91) represents the device type. For the device type of PLCs,
please refer to Chapter 9. for the complete details.
@N+2(@92) represents low word of the device address.
@N+3(@93) represents high word of the device address.
@N+4(@94) represents auxiliary address if required or set 0.
@N+5(@95) represents the source address and the size of a continuous
block of data is assigned by N+6 (@96).
@N+6(@96) represents the number of words of the data.
Q) WRITE_Bit → Set a PLC bit device or internal bit to the state of an
internal word. Format: SYS(WRITE_Bit,N). The source address is
“@+5”. This command is powerful for the random modification of the
any PLC data and can be used as PLC data setting and monitor. For
example, SYS(WRITE_Bit,90) represents N = 90. To execute this
command requires the internal value of @90, @91, @92, @93, @94,
and @95.
@N(@90) represents PLC station number, and the internal value of
@90 must be 0 if no PLC station is required.
@N+1(@91) represents the device type. For the device type of PLCs,
please refer to Chapter 9. for the complete details.
@N+2(@92) represents low word of the device address.
@N+3(@93) represents high word of the device address.
@N+4(@94) represents auxiliary address if required or set 0.
@N+5(@95) represents the address of the internal memory to receive
the data. N+5(@95) DATA = 1 if the bit is ON; DATA = 0 if the bit is
OFF.
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8.4. Cautions
The last line of code must be RET command, otherwise it will cause
error when COMPILE.
Except for Sub-Macro, the END Macro represents the end of the
Macro.
CPU will execute other program after the execution of INITIAL
MACRO, CLOCK MACRO, ON/OFF MACRO, OPEN MACRO, and
CLOSE MACRO.
For BACKGROUND MACRO, CYCLIC MACRO, Sub-MACRO,
CPU executes the 30 rows of command once; then the CPU will
execute other program. The CPU will execute the 30 rows of command
which follows the last executed command until the next cycle.
To use the Macro communication function, a user must define the
related communication format for INICOM. This command is only
used once, so it is usually edited in INITIAL MACRO.
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8.5. Internal Memory
The HMI provides some internal registers for read/write. With these
internal registers, a user can operate the Macro more efficiently and
conveniently. The internal registers can not only enhance Macro with
infinite functions but also hold a lot of arithmetic data source and result.
Note that this system provides the internal registers divided into RAM
and ROM.
We will details the four types of internal memory in the following:
WORDS
RCPNO
RCPWn
CBn
@n
@n
Device
Type
0x80
0x81
0x82
0x85
0x85
位元
CBn.b (b=0-f)
RCPWn.b (b=0-f)
@n.b (b=0-f)
@n.b (b=0-f)
Size
Address
W
W
W
W
W
0 (only one word)
0-?
0-31
0-10239 (for PWS3261)
8191 (for PWS6000
series)
Device
Type
0x83
0x84
0x86
0x86
Address
0-31
0-?
0-10239 (for PWS3261)
0-8191 (for PWS6000
series)
Aux.
Address
0
0
0
0
0
Aux.
Address
0-15
0-15
0-15
0-15
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
1. RCPNO.
2. The n value of RCPWn is based on the size of recipe and the
maximum number. The data register can be used as bit.
3. The n value of CBn is based on the size of the control block.
The current size is 2~32. This data register can be used as bit.
4. @n: Internal Register. The size of n is based on the HMI
model. The size of PWS500S, PWS1711 is 640 WORDS
(n=0~639), and the size of PWS1760, PWS3760, SoftPanel is
10240 WORDS(n=0~10239). This data register can be used
by bit.
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9.
Communication with PLC and PWS
Note :『The Register and Range of Relay Numbers』 in this document refers to the
range of the setup in ADP. In practice, please also make sure not to exceed the maximum
of the range defined by the PLC-CPU in use. Otherwise, it will cause communication
error.
This chapter provides the current information on the settings of the supported PLCs as of
this writing. As PLC vendors continue to release new models, the data capacity, the data
range and the drivers of the PLCs are also often changed. For the latest information, user
can contact HITECH.
Communication Format: To properly communicate between PLC snd PWS, the setting of
[Communication Format], [Station], [Baud Speed],[Data Format] must be consistence.
Before connection, please adjust the settting of PWS’and PLC’s communication
parameters and dip-switch.
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9.1. AB Micrologic 1000/1500
1. The data setting and range of PLC which ADP can access : Word Decive
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Device Type
/ Aux.
ddress
Data Size
R/W
Output file
O:0.n
n=0-3
0
0
Word
9
Input file
I:1.n
n=0-3
1
0
Word
9
Status file
S2:nn
nn=0-65
2
2
Word
9
Bit file
B3:nnn
nnn=0-254
3
3
Word
9
Timer flag
T4:nnn
nnn=0-254
4
4
Word
9
Timer Preset Value
T4:nnn.pre
nnn=0-254
5
4
Word
9
Timer Accumulator
Value
T4:nnn.acc
nnn=0-254
6
4
Word
9
Counter flag
C5:nnn
nnn=0-254
7
5
Word
9
Counter Preset
Value
C5:nnn.pre
nnn=0-254
8
5
Word
9
Counter
Accumulator Value
C5:nnn.ac
c
nnn=0-254
9
5
Word
9
Control file
R6:nnn
nnn=0-254
10
6
Word
9
Control Size of 位
元 Array
R6:nnn.len
nnn=0-254
11
6
Word
9
Control Reserved
file
R6:nnn.po
s
nnn=0-254
12
6
Word
9
Integer file
N7:nnn
nnn=0-254
13
7
Word
9
Floating point
number
F8:nnn
nnn=0-254
14
8
Word
9
**The HMI does not support block read for the registers in TIMER, COUNTER AND
CONTROL FILES.
** One should open the files in PLC which the HMI will access.
2. The data format and range of the PLC ON/OFF location which ADP can access :
Dip Device.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Device Type
/ Aux.
ddress
Data Size
R/W
Output
O:0.n/bb
n=0-3; bb=0-15
0xC0
0-15
Word
9
Input
I:1.n/bb
n=0-3; bb=0-15
0xC1
0-15
Word
9
Status
S2:nn/bb
nn=0-65; bb=0-15
0xC2
0-15
Word
9
Bit
B3:nnn/bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC3
0-15
Word
9
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Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Device Type
/ Aux.
ddress
Data Size
R/W
Timer
T4:nnn/bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC4
0-15
Word
9
Timer Preset
Value
T4:nnn.pre/b
b
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC5
0-15
Word
9
Timer
Accumulator
Value
T4:nnn.acc/b
b
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC6
0-15
Word
9
Counter flag
C5:nnn/bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC7
0-15
Word
9
Counter Preset
Value
C5:nnn.pre/b
b
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC8
0-15
Word
9
Counter
Accumulator
Value
C5:nnn.acc/
bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xC9
0-15
Word
9
Control
R6:nnn/bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xCA
0-15
Word
9
Control Size of
Bit Array
R6:nnn.len/b
b
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xCB
0-15
Word
9
Control
Reserved
R6:nnn.pos/
bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xCC
0-15
Word
9
Integer
N7:nnn/bb
nnn=0-254; bb=015
0xCD
0-15
Word
9
** The Workstation does not support block read for the bits in TIMER, COUNTER and
CONTROL FILES.
3. The illustration of the connection: PWS to RS232C of PLC 1761-CBL-PM02
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4. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
PWS Setting
COM2=RS232/422/485
1. When use for RS422, set Dip
switch SW10=OFF.
2. When use for RS485, set
switch SW10=ON 2.
b. Node Address
1.Set PLC Station No. N in ADP
c. Transmission Speed
19200 bps
1. If Dip switch SW5=OFF, set it
up in ADP.
d. Transmission Format
1.Size:8-bit
2. If Dip switch SW5=ON, set it
up in PWS.
2.Parity:NONE
3.Stop bit:1-bit
e. Com Port
FULL DUPLEX
f. CRC ERROR Check
YES
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9.2. AB PLC-5
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device.
Register Type
Format
Range With the Register
Data Size
Output file
O:nnn
nnn= 0-277
Word
Input file
I:nnn
nnn= 0-277
Word
Status file
S:nnn
nnn=0-127
Word
Bit file
Bfff:nnn
B:nnn
fff= 3 or 9-999;
default file is 3 if fff omitted; nnn=0999
Word
Timer file
Tfff:nnn
T:nnn
Tfff:nnn.PRE
T:nnn.PRE
Tfff:nnn.ACC
T:nnn.ACC
fff= 4 or 9-999;
default file is 4 if fff omitted; nnn=0999
Word
Counter file
Cfff:nnn
C:nnn
Cfff:nnn.PRE
C:nnn.PRE
Cfff:nnn.ACC
C:nnn.ACC
fff=5 or 9-999;
default file is 5 if fff omitted; nnn=0999
Word
Control file
Rfff:nnn
R:nnn
Rfff:nnn.LEN
R:nnn.LEN
Rfff:nnn.POS
R:nnn.POS
fff=6 or 9-999;
default file is 6 if fff omitted; nnn=0999
Word
Integer file
Nfff:nnn
N:nnn
fff=7 or 9-999;
default file is 7 if fff omitted; nnn=0999
Word
** The HMI can read up to 30 words in one read command. The HMI does not support
block read for the registers in TIMER, COUNTER AND CONTROL FILES. One should
open the files in PLC which the HMI will access.
2. The data format and range of the PLC ON/OFF location which the ADP can
accress : Bit Device.
Relay Typ
Format
Output file
O:nnn/bb
nnn= 0-277; bb= 0-17
Input file
I:nnn/bb
nnn= 0-277; bb= 0-17
Status file
S:nnn/bb
nnn= 0-127; bb= 0-15
Bit file
Bfff:nnn/bb
fff= 3 or 9-999;
default file is 3 if fff omitted;
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Relay Typ
Format
Range
nnn=0-999; bb=0-15
Timer file
Tfff:nnn/bb
Tfff:nnn.PRE/bb
Tfff:nnn.ACC/bb
Tfff:nnn/EN
Tfff:nnn/TT
Tfff:nnn/DN
fff= 4 or 9-999;
default file is 4 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-999; bb=0-15
Counter file
Cfff:nnn/bb
Cfff:nnn.PRE/bb
Cfff:nnn.ACC/bb
Cfff:nnn/CC
Cfff:nnn/CD
Cfff:nnn/DN
Cfff:nnn/OV
Cfff:nnn/UN
Cfff:nnn/UA
fff=5 or 9-999;
default file is 5 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-999; bb=0-15
Control file
Rfff:nnn/bb
Rfff:nnn.LEN/bb
Rfff:nnn.POS/bb
Rfff:nnn/EN
Rfff:nnn/EU
Rfff:nnn/DN
Rfff:nnn/EM
Rfff:nnn/ER
Rfff:nnn/UL
Rfff:nnn/IN
Rfff:nnn/FD
fff=6 or 9-999;
default file is 6 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-999; bb=0-15
Integer file
Nfff:nnn/bb
fff=7 or 9-999;
default file is 7 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-999; bb=0-15
** The HMI can read up to 480 bits in one read command. The HMI does not support
block read for the bits in TIMER, COUNTER AND CONTROL FILES.
3. The illustration of the connection: PWS to RS232C of PLC PLC-5
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4. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS232C PLC-5
COM2=RS232/422/485
1. When use for RS422, set Dip
switch SW10=OFF
2. When use for RS485, set
switch SW10=ON
b. Node Address
N
c. Transmission Speed
9600/19200 bps
d. Transmission Format
1.Size 8-bit
2.Parity
1. Set PLC Station No. N in ADP
NONE
3.Stop bit 1-bit
e. SLC-503/504
FULL DUPLEX
f. BCC ERROR Check
YES
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9.3. AB SLC-503/504
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device.
Register Type
Format
Range
Data Size
Output file
O:nn
nn= 0-30
Word
Input file
I:nn
nn= 0-30
Word
Status file
S:nn
nn=0-31
Word
Bit file
Bfff:nnn
B:nnn
fff= 3 or 10-255;
default file is 3 if fff omitted; nnn=0254
Word
Timer file
Tfff:nnn
T:nnn
Tfff:nnn.PRE
T:nnn.PRE
Tfff:nnn.ACC
T:nnn.ACC
fff= 4 or 10-255;
default file is 4 if fff omitted; nnn=0254
Word
Counter file
Cfff:nnn
C:nnn
Cfff:nnn.PRE
C:nnn.PRE
Cfff:nnn.ACC
C:nnn.ACC
fff=5 or 10-255;
default file is 5 if fff omitted; nnn=0254
Word
Control file
Rfff:nnn
R:nnn
Rfff:nnn.LEN
R:nnn.LEN
Rfff:nnn.POS
R:nnn.POS
fff=6 or 10-255;
default file is 6 if fff omitted; nnn=0254
Word
Integer file
Nfff:nnn
N:nnn
fff=7 or 10-255;
default file is 7 if fff omitted; nnn=0254
Word
** The HMI can read up to 30 words in one read command.
** The HMI does not support block read for the registers in TIMER, COUNTER AND
CONTROL FILES.
** One should open the files in PLC which the HMI will access.
2. The data format and range of the PLC ON/OFF location which the ADP can
accress : Bit Device.
Relay Type
Format
Range
Output file
O:nn/bb
nn= 0-30; bb= 0-15
Input file
I:nn/bb
nn= 0-30; bb= 0-15
Status file
S:nn/bb
nn= 0-31; bb= 0-15
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Relay Type
Format
Range
Bit file
Bfff:nnn/bb
fff= 3 or 10-255;
default file is 3 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-254; bb=0-15
Timer file
Tfff:nnn/bb
Tfff:nnn.PRE/bb
Tfff:nnn.ACC/bb
Tfff:nnn/EN
Tfff:nnn/TT
Tfff:nnn/DN
fff= 4 or 10-255;
default file is 4 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-254; bb=0-15
Counter file
Cfff:nnn/bb
Cfff:nnn.PRE/bb
Cfff:nnn.ACC/bb
Cfff:nnn/CU
Cfff:nnn/CD
Cfff:nnn/DN
Cfff:nnn/OV
Cfff:nnn/UN
fff=5 or 10-255;
default file is 5 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-254; bb=0-15
Control file
Rfff:nnn/bb
Rfff:nnn.LEN/bb
Rfff:nnn.POS/bb
Rfff:nnn/EN
Rfff:nnn/DN
Rfff:nnn/ER
Rfff:nnn/UL
Rfff:nnn/IN
Rfff:nnn/FD
fff=6 or 10-255;
default file is 6 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-254; bb=0-15
Integer file
Nfff:nnn/bb
fff=7 or 10-255;
default file is 7 if fff omitted;
nnn=0-254; bb=0-15
** The HMI can read up to 480 bits in one read command.
** The HMI does not support block read for the bits in TIMER, COUNTER AND
CONTROL FILES.
3. The illustration of the connection: PWS to RS232C of PLC SLC-503/504
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9. Communication with PLC and PWS
4. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS232C SLC-503/504
COM2=RS232/422/485
1. When use for RS422, set Dip
switch SW10=OFF 1.
2. When use for RS485, set
switch SW10=ON
b. Node Address
N
c.Transmission Speed
9600/19200 bps
d. Transmission Format
1.Size:8-bit
1. Set PLC Station No. N in ADP
2.Parity:NONE
3.Stop Bit:1-bit
e. SLC-503/504
FULL DUPLEX
f. BCC ERROR Check
YES
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9.4. AB IQ Master Servo Controller
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
G type
Gnn
nn=1-64
Double Word(32 Bits)
V type
Vnn
nn=1-64
Double Word(32 Bits)
G type
WGnn
nn=1-64
Word(16 Bits)
V type
WVnn
nn=1-64
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range With the
Relay
I type
Inn
nn=1-48
O type
Onn
nn=1-24
B type
Bn
n=1-8
F type
Fnn
nn=1-64
Block
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
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PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
9. Communication with PLC and PWS
b.Station No
0
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d. Transmission Format
8-bit, NONE, 1-bit
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9.5. ABB COMLI (SLAVE MODE)
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Word IO
MWnnnnn
nnnnn=0 – 37760(must be
a multiple of 8)
Word(16 Bits)
Word Register
RWnnnn
nnnn=0 - 3071
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Bit IO
Mnnnnn
Range with the Relay
nnnnn=0-37777(8 Bits)
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS232
RS232
b.Station No
01(PLC sets 2-197)
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, ODD , 1-Bit
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9.6. Computer(as master or as slave or V2 or Null)/Modbus
master
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :Word
Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Data Register
Wnnnn
nnnn=0~2047
Word(16 Bits)
Relat Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Bit Relay
Bnnnn
nnnn=0~1023
Block
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. IPWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
[Note]: This figure is PC’s simulation but the hook up method depends on the actual
controller pin position.
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232C(RS422/RS485) RS232C(RS422/RS485)
b.Station No
NONE
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE , 1-Bit
** COMPUTER(AS MASTER ) V2 is not only including the finction of
COMPUTER(AS MASTER ) but also can inform the slaves when the data is changed
(e.g. value input). The Null function includes Macro,ladder and communication to
controllers but communication to PLC.
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9.7. DELTA DVP
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :Word
Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
S_Data
Snnnn
nnnn=0-1008(must be a multiple of 16)
Word(16 Bits)
X_Data
Xnnn
nnn= 0-360 (X0-X7, X10-X17, must be
a multiple of 20)
Word(16 Bits)
Y_Data
Ynnn
nnn= 0-360 (Y0-Y7, Y10-Y17, must be
a multiple of 20)
Word(16 Bits)
M_Data
Mnnnn
Nnnn=0-1264 (must be a multiple of 16)
Word(16 Bits)
T_Register
Tnnn
nnn= 0-255
Word(16 Bits)
C_Register
Cnnn
nnnn=0-127
Word(16 Bits)
D_Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=0-1279
Word(16 Bits)
C_Register
Cnnn
nnn= 232-255
Double Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
S_Data
Snnnn
nnn=0-1023
Multiple of 16
X_Data
Xnnn
nnn=0-377
code)
(Oct.
Multiple of 16
Y_Data
Ynnn
nnn=0-377
code)
(Oct.
Multiple of 16
M_Data
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-1279
Multiple of 16
T_Coil
Tnnn
nnn=0-254
Multiple of 16
C_Coil
Cnnn
nnn=0-254
Multiple of 16
[Note] X_Data and Y_Data are Oct.code such as
X0~X7,X10~X17,X20~X27,X30~X37.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT can use a DELTA with 8-pin male
(PC ÅÆ DELTA DVP PLC).
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
COM1 or COM2=RS232
b.Station No
01
1. Set PLC Station No.=01 in ADP
c.Transmission speed
9600 bps
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PLC station=01
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d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN , 2-Bits
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9.8. ERO TFS/THS/LFS
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Word Register
mmm:Wnnn
mmm=0-255 ; nnn=0-529
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Relay
mmm:Bnnn
mmm=0-255 ; nnn=1-342
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC RS485 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS485
b.Station No
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN , 1-Bit
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PWS Setting
RS485
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9.9. FACON FB
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data
Size
Input Relay
WXnnn
nnn=0-9984; (0 or Multiple of 8)
Word
Output Relay
WYnnn
nnn=0-9984; (0 or Multiple of 8)
Word
Internal Relay
WMnnnn
nnnn=0-9984; (0 or Multiple of 8) Word
Special Relay
WMnnnn
nnnn=0-9984; (Multiple of 8)
Word
Step Relay
WSnnn
nnn=0-9984; (0 or Multiple of 8)
Word
Timer Present Value
RTnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word
Counter Present Value
RCnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word
Data Register
Rnnnnn
nnnn=0-65534
Word
32-bit Counter Present Value DRCnnn
NNN=200-255
Data Register
nnnn=0-65534
Dnnnnn
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32 words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range of the
Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnnn
nnn=0-9999
e.g. X32(0 or Multiple of 8)
Output Relay
Ynnnn
nnn=0-9999
e.g. Y8 (0 or Multiple of 8)
Internal Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
e.g. M0 (0 ot Multiple of 8)
Special Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
e.g. M0 (0 or Multiple of 8)
Step Relay
Snnnn
nnn=0-9999
e.g. S16 (0 or Multiple of 8)
Timer Flag
Tnnnn
nnn=0-9999
None
Counter Flag
Cnnnn
nnn=0-9999
None
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS to RS232C of FB-MC type
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
COM1 or COM2 ==> RS232
b.Station No
1
1. Set PLC station 01 in ADP
c.Transmission Speed
9600/19200 bps
1. Set SW5=OFF if parameters
are set in ADP
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, even,1-Bit
2. Parameters are set in PWS.
NOTE: Facon FB Series(RS232/RS485) for RS232 w/o RTS control (3-PIN cable) or
RS485 Facon FB Series(RS232-RTS) for S232 with RTS control (5-PIN cable, RTS,CTS
with connect), not for RS485
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9.10. Festo FPC
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :Word
Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Input
IWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Output
QWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Flag
FWnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Timer
TWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Counter
CWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Register
Rnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Timer_Preset
TPnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Counter_Preset
CPnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input
Innn.bb
nnn=0-255; bb=0-15
b=0 e.g. I20.0
Output
Qnnn.bb
nnn=0-255; bb=0-15
b=0 e.g. Q20.0
Flag
Fnnnn.bb
nnnn=0-9999; bb=0-15
b=0 e.g. F20.0
Timer
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
None
Counter
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
None
Timer_on
TONnnn
nnn=0-255
None
Timer_off
TOFFnnn
nnn=0-255
None
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to (TTL to RS232C cable)
PWS-series need to use a FESTO to provide TTL to RS232C cable, a 6-pin
telephone connector with PLC-port and a 9-pin male with 9-pin female as
below.
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE, 1-Bit
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PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.11. Fuji NB
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Data Register
Dnnn
nnn=hex number 0-3ff
Word
Special Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=hex number 8000-80ff
Word
Timer Current Value
TNnnn
nnn=hex number 0-1ff
Word
Counter Current Value
CNnn
nn=hex number 0-ff
Word
Input Relay
WXnn
nn=hex number 0-1f
Word
Output Relay
WYnn
nn=hex number 0-1f
Word
Internal Relay
WMnn
nn=hex number 0-3f
Word
Latch Relay
WLnn
nn=hex number 0-3f
Word
Special Relay
WMnnn
nnn=hex nuumber 800-81f
Word
Step Relay
WSnnn
nnn=hex number 0-3f
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Timer output
Tnnn
nnn=hex number 0-1ff
End with 0
Counter output
Cnn
nn=hex number 0-ff
End with 0
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=hex number 0-1ff
End with 0
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=hex number 0-1ff
End with 0
Internal Relay
Mnnn
nnn=hex number 0-3ff
End with 0
Latch Relay
Lnnn
nnn=hex number 0-3ff
End with 0
Special Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=hex number 8000-81ff
End with 0
Step Relay
Snnn
nnn=hex number 0-3ff
End with 0
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS to RS422 of NB/NS/NJ-CPU port
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS422
b.Station No
None
c.Transmissiion Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits,ODD,1-Bit
e.PLC password
none or 0000-9999
418 ADP User’s Manual
PWS- Setting
COM= Dip-switch RS422
0000 or 9999= ****
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9.12. GE Series 90 CCM
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Discrete Input
%Innnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
Word(16 Bits)
Discrete Output
%Qnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
Word(16 Bits)
Register
%Rnnnnn
nnnnn=1-16384
Word(16 Bits)
** Discrete Input (%Innnnn), Discrete Output (%Qnnnnn)
Address must be 1 or multiple of 16 +1.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Discrete Input
%Innnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
1 or multiple of 16 +1
Discrete Output
%Qnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
1 or multiple of 16 +1
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No
0
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE, 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.13. GE-Fanuc 90-SNP
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Ragister
Data Size
Discrete Inputs
%Innnnn
nnnnn=1-12288;1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
Discrete Outputs
%Qnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288;1 or multiple of
16+1
Word
Discrete
Temporaries
%Tnnn
nnn=1-256; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
Discrete Internals
%Mnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288;1 or multiple of
16+1
Word
%SA Discretes
%SAnnn
nnn=1-128; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
%SB Discretes
%SBnnn
nnn=1-128; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
%SC Discretes
%SCnnn
nnn=1-128; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
%S Discretes
%Snnn
nnn=1-128; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
Genius Global Data
%Gnnnn
nnnn=1-7680; 1 or multiple of 16+1
Word
Registers
%Rnnnnn
nnnnn=2-16384
Word
Analog Inputs
%AInnnn
nnnn=1-8192
Word
Analog Outputs
%AQnnnn
nnnn=1-8192
Word
** The HMI can read up to 50 words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Discrete Inputs
%Innnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
1 or Multiple of 16+1
Discrete Outputs
%Qnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
1 or Multiple of 16+1
Discrete
Temporaries
%Tnnn
nnn=1-256
1 or Multiple of 16+1
Discrete Internals
%Mnnnnn
nnnnn=1-12288
1 or Multiple of 16+1
%SA Discretes
%SAnnn
nnn=1-128
1 or Multiple of 16+1
%SB Discretes
%SBnnn
nnn=1-128
1 or Multiple of 16+1
%SC Discretes
%SCnnn
nnn=1-128
1 or Multiple of 16+1
%S Discretes
%Snnn
nnn=1-128
1 or Multiple of 16+1
Genius Global Data
%Gnnnn
nnnn=1-7680
1 or Multople of 16+1
** The HMI can read up to 800 bits in one read command.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS and RS232 of PLC miniconverter kit
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b.
PWS and RS422 of PLC 9030 CPU port
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS422 CPU PORT
Or RS232C
b.Station No
None
c.Transmission Speed
19200/9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits;none,1-Bit
e.PLC ID
blanks
f. PLC password
none or ********
PWS Setting
COM2=RS232/422/485
1. RS422: Set SW10=OFF
00000000 or ********
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9.14. Hitachi EC
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Internal Register
WMnnn
nnn=400, 402, 404, …, 654
Word
Internal Register
WMnnn
nnn=700, 702, 704, …, 954
Word
Internal Register
WMnnn
nnn=960, 962, 964, …, 990
Word
Timer/Counter Register
TCnnn
nnn=100-195
Word
Timer/Counter Register
TCnnn
nnn=200-295
Word
** The HMI can read up to 60Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=0-15, 20-35, 40-55, 6075, , 180-195
X0,X20,X40
…
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=200-215, 220-235, 240255, , 380-395
Y200,Y220…
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnn
nnn=400-655, 700-955, 960991
M400,M420
…
Timer/Counter Relay
TCnn
nn=0-95
TC0,TC1TC8
0
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS-series to PLC Program Console Port
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
PWS設定
a.Communication Format
RS232C
COM1 or COM2 ==> RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
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1. Set SW5=OFF if parameters
are set in the ADP
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d.Transmission Format
7-Bits ,EVEN, 1- Bit
e. CTS Handshanking
Enabled
2. Set SW5=ON if parameters
are set in the HMI
** Using exclusive protocol must set PLC peripheral mode selector in COM2.
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9.15. Hitachi H/EH1
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Ext. Input
WXnnnn
nnnn=0-4ff9
Word(16 Bits)
Ext. Output
WYnnnn
nnnn=0-4ff9
Word(16 Bits)
Int. Output
WRnnnn
nnnn=0-c3ff
Word(16 Bits)
Int. Output
WRnnnn
nnnn=f0000-f1ff
Word(16 Bits)
Int. Output
WMnnn
nnn=0-3ff
Word(16 Bits)
CPU Link
WLnnn
nnn=0-3ff
Word(16 Bits)
CPU Link
WLnnnn
nnnn=1000-13ff
Word(16 Bits)
T/C CV
TCnnn
nnn=0-511
Word(16 Bits)
**Hitachi H/EH1 Series must use procedure 1 protocol to communicate.
Hitachi EH2 Series must use procedure 2 protocol to communicate.
Ext. Input (WXnnnn) and Ext. Output (WYnnnn) registers cannot access the
“Read Block” function.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Ext. Input
Xmnnnn
m=0-4, nnnn=0-ff95
None
Ext. Output
Ymnnnn
m=0-4, nnnn=0-ff95
None
Int. Output
Rnnn
nnn=0-7ff
Int. Output
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-3fff
CPU Link
Lnnnn
nnnn=0-3fff
CPU Link
Lnnnnn
nnnnn=10000-13fff
On-delay timer bit
TDnnn
nnn=0-255
Single-shot timer bit
SSnnn
nnn=0-255
Up counter
CUnnn
nnn=0-511
U/D counter up coil
CTUnnn
nnn=0-511
U/D counter down coil
CTDnnn
nnn=0-511
U/D counter contact
CTnnn
nnn=0-511
T/C CV clear
CLnnn
nnn=0-511
Rising edge
DIFnnn
nnn=0-511
Fallling edge
DFNnnn
nnn=0-511
**Ext. Input (WXnnnn) and Ext. Output (WYnnnn) cannot access the “Read
Block” function.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC
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PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Statiion No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN, 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.16. HUST CNC Controller
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
16-bit Variable
Wnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
Word(16 Bits)
32-bit Variable
Dnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
Double Word(32 Bits)
**It is up to 28 Variable be read one time.
Only write a variable once, so the speed is low.
16-bit Variable (Wnnnnn) : Only used in word object.
Only used in Bit0-Bit15 of each variable.
If write, Bit16-Bit31 will clear as 0.
32-bit Variable (Dnnnnn) : Only used in double word object.
Only used in Bit0-Bit31 of each variable.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
1-bit Variable
Bnnnnn.bb
nnnnn=0-65534,
Block
bb must be 0
bb=0-31
I - Bit Data
Innn
nnn=0-255
nnn must be 0 or multiple
of 32.
O - Bit Data
Onnn
nnn=0-255
nnn must be 0 or multiple
of 32.
C - Bit Data
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
nnn must be 0 or multiple
of 32.
S - Bit Data
Snnn
nnn=0-255
nnn must be 0 or multiple
of 32.
A - Bit Data
Annnn
nnn=0-1023
nnn must be 0 or multiple
of 32.
**I - Bit Data, O - Bit Data, C - Bit Data, S - Bit Data, A - Bit Data are read only. If write,
then the action will be invalid.(No error messages)
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 (19200 /38400) bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN, 2-Bits
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.17. IDEC MICRO-3
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Input Relay
Xn
n=0-3
Byte
Output Relay
Yn
n=0-3
Byte
Internal Relay
Mnn
nn=0-31
Byte
Shift Register
Rnn
nn=0-48; must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Bit
Timer Preset
TPnn
nn=0-31(read only)
Word
Timer Current
Tnn
nn=0-31
Word
Counter Preset
CPnn
nn=0-31(read only)
Word
Counter Current
Cnn
nn=0-31
Word
Data Register
Dnn
nn=0-99
Word
Calender/CLOCK
Wn
n=0-6
Word
** The HMI can read up to 50Words in one read command.
**Timer Preset and Counter Preset are read only. If the value of TP,CP exists in Data
Register,then the value of Data Register will be read.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnb
n=0-3; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. X10
Output Relay
Ynb
n=0-3; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. Y00
Internal Relay
Mnnb
nn=0-31; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. M10
Shift Register
Rnn
nn=0-63
must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Timer Status
Tnn
nn=0-31 read only
must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Counter Status
Cnn
nn=0-31 read only
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8.
** The HMI can read up to 800 bits in one read command.
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS-to PLC PROGRAM Loader RS485
PORT(MICRO3-CPU PORT)
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS485
PWS Setting
COM2=RS232/422/485
1. RS485: Set SW10=ON
b.Station No.
0-31;255
c.Transmission Speed
9600bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits;EVEN; 1-Bit
e.CTS Handshaking
Disabled
1. Set PLC Sation 255 in ADP
**If only one PLC in background program, set the Station No. as 255 or sets as Network
Station No.
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9.18. JETTER NANO_B
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
User Register
Rnnnnn
nnnnn=0-32767
DWord(32 Bits)
User Register
WRnnnnn
nnnnn=0-32767
Word(16 Bits)
Relay
Tupe
Format
Range
with Block
the Relay
Input Relay
Innbb
nn=1-16,bb=01-08
bb=01
Out[ut Relay
Onnbb
nn=1-16,bb=01-08
bb=01
Flag Relay
Fnnnn
nnnn=0-2301
If nnn<256, must be 0 or multiple
of 24.
If nnn>255 and <2048, must be
multiple of 24 +16.
If nnn>2047, must be multiple of
24+8.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-ser ies to P LC RS 232 P ORT (15-pin m ale)
b.
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
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PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN , 1-Bit
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9.19. JETTER DELTA
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
User Register
Rnnnnn
nnnn=0-20479
21000-24999
31000-34999
41000-44999
50200-59999
61440-6 4999
DWord(32 Bits)
User Register
WRnnnnn
nnnn=0-20479
21000-24999
31000-34999
41000-44999
50200-59999
61440-64999
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range
with Block
the Relay
Input Relay
Inbb
n=1-8,bb=01-64
bb=01
Output Relay
Onbb
n=1-8,bb=01-64
bb=01
Flag Relay
Fnnnn
nnn=0-2047
must be >255, and multiple
of 24+16.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (15-pin m a le)
b.
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN , 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.20. Klockner Moeller PS
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Word Marker
MWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-32766
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Bit Marker0
Mnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-32766;b=0-7
b=0 e.g.
M10.0
** The HMI can read up to 512 Bits in one read command.
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS-series to PLC RS232 Programming
PORT CPU ZB4-303-KB1
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
COM1or COM2=RS232
b.Station No.
1. Set PLC Station 0/1 in ADP
0=PS4-201
1=PS316
c.Transmission Format
9600bps
d.Transmission Speed
1.Size 8-Bits
2.Parity
1.Set SW5=OFF if parameters are
set in ADP
None
3.Stop bit 1-Bit
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2.Set SW5=ON if parameters are
set in the HMI
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9.21. KOYO SA/TI 325/330
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
TMR/CTR
Accumulater
nnn
nnn=octal number 600-677
Word
Register Values
mmm
mmm=octal number 400-576;
mmm must be a multiple of 2
Even Bytes
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input/Output Bits
Bnnn
nnn=octal number 0-157
End with 0
Input/Output Bits
Bnnn
nnn=octal number 700-767
End with 0
Internal Relay Bits
Bnnn
nnn=octal number 160-377
End with 0
Shift Register Bits
Bnnn
nnn=octal number 400-577
End with 0
TMR/CTR Bits
Bnnn
nnn=octal number 600-677
End with 0
**When HMI changes a relay’s state, the HMI must read 1 byte (8 relays). After change
the corresponging bit , then the HMI will write the byte in PLC. These actions will take
more than one PLC scan. PLC ladder cannot control other bit(relay) of byte before the
HMI compeleted “Change the Relay”;otherwise, these bit(relay) will retrun to initial
value. In other words, the control action of PLC will be resumed. For example,if the HMI
wants to change B3’s state, it will read B0-B7. After the corresponding bit B3 is cahnged,
the HMI will write the Byte to PLC. The PLC ladder’s command will be canceled after
the HMI writes the changes in.
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS-series to PLC RS232C PORT of SA21
## KOYO SA21 series E02-DM and TI305-02DM have the same wiring.
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS422 or RS232C
b.Station No.
None
c.Tranmission Speed
9600/19200 bps
PWS Setting
COM2=RS232/422/485
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d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, odd, 1-Bit
e.Operation Mode
RUN Mode
f.mm. Mode
ASCII mode.sw2-8=ON
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9.22. KOYO DIRECT DL /KOYO SU Series/TI435
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Timer Accumulated
Vnnn
nnn=octal number 0-177
Word
Counter
Accumulated
Vnnnn
nnnn=octal number 1000-1177
Word
V Memory
Vnnnn
nnnn=octal number 1400-7777
Word
Link Relays
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number40000-40037
Word
Input Status
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number40400-40423
Word
Output Status
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number40500-40523
Word
Control Relays
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number40600-40635
Word
Stage
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number41000-41027
Word
Timer Status
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number41100-41107
Word
Counter Status
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number41140-41147
Word
Spec. Relay 1
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number41200-41205
Word
Spec. Relay 2
Vnnnnn
nnnnn=octal number41216-41230
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input Status
Xnnn
nnn=octal number 0-477
End with 0
Outpuut Status
Ynnn
nnn=octal number 0-477
End with 0
Control Relays
Cnnn
nnn=octal number 0-737
End with 0
Stage
Snnn
nnn=octal number 0-577
End with 0
Timer Status
Tnnn
nnn=octal number 0-177
End with 0
Counter Status
CTnnn
nnn=octal number 0-177
End with 0
Spec. Relay 1
SPnnn
nnn=octal number 0-137
End with 0
Spec. Relay 2
SPnnn
nnn=octal number 320-617
End with 0
Linker Relays
GXnnn
nnn=octal number 0-777
End with 0
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS to PLC RS232C PORT
a.
PWS to PLC RS232C PORT
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b.
PWS to PLC (cpu240) RS232C PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below.
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Transmission Format
RS232C
COM2=RS232/422/485
b. Station No.
01
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
1.Size:8-Bits
2.Parity:not none;ODD
3.Stop Bit:1-Bit
e.Comm. Protocol Mode
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9.23. LG GLOFA GM6
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Input Image
%IWn.m.b
n=0-1, m=0-7, b=0-3
Word(16 Bits)
Input Image
%IDn.m.b
n=0-1, m=0-7, b=0-1
Double Word(32 Bits)
Output Image
%QWn.m.b
n=0-1, m=0-7, b=0-3
Word(16 Bits)
Output Image
%QDn.m.b
n=0-1, m=0-7, b=0-1
Double Word(32 Bits)
Internal memory
%MWnnnn
nnnn=0-4095
Word(16 Bits)
Internal memory
%MDnnnn
nnnn=0-65534
Double Word(32 Bits)
** The HMI can read up to 60 words(30 double words) in one read/write command and
only support CPU module.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input Image
%IXn.m.bb
n=0-1, m=0-7, bb=0-63
bb must be 0 or
multiple of 16
Output Image
%QXn.m.bb
n=0-1, m=0-7, bb=0-63
bb must be 0 or
multiple of 16
Internal memory
%MXnnnnn
nnnnn=0-2047
n. must be 0 or
multiple of16
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
b.
PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232 (RS422/RS485)
b.Station No.
0
c.Transmission Speed
19200 (9600 /38400) bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE, 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
(RS422/RS485)
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9.24. LG K10/60H/200H
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Auxiliary Relay
Mnn
nn=0-63
Word
Input/Output Relay
Pnn
nn=0-15
Word
Keep Relay
Knn
nn=0-31
Word
Link Relay
Lnn
nn=0-31
Word
Special Relay
Fnn
nn=0-15
Word
Timer Current Value
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Counter Current
Value
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Timer Set Value
TSnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Counter Set Value
CSnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Data Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=0-1023
Word
** The HMI can read up to 60 word in one read command
Relat Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnb
nn=0-63; b=hex number0-f
End with b=0
Input/Output Relay
Pnnb
nn=0-15; b=hex number0-f
End with b=0
Keep Relay
Knnb
nn=0-31; b=hex number0-f
End with b=0
Link Relay
Lnnb
nn=0-31; b=hex number0-f
End with b=0
Special Relay
Fnnb
nn=0-15; b=hex number0-f
End with b=0
Timer Relay
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
Must be 0 or
multiple of 16.
Counter Relay
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
Must be 0 or
multiple of 16.
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS-series to the RS-232 Port of K200H CPU
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS232C
COM1/COM2=RS232
b.Station No.
00
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
1. Set the SW5=OFF if
parameters are set in ADP
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits,NONE,1-Bit
2. Set the SW=ON if
parameters are set in the HMI
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9.25. LG K200S
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
I/O RELAY
PWnn
nn=0-15
Word(16 Bits)
AUX RELAY
MWnnn
nnn=0-191
Word(16 Bits)
Keep RELAY
KWnn
nn=0-31
Word(16 Bits)
Link RELAY
LWnn
nn=0-63
Word(16 Bits)
Special RELAY
FWnn
nn=0-63
Word(16 Bits)
Timer
TWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Counter
CWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Data Register
DWnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
I/O RELAY
Pnnb
nn=0-15, b=0-f
b must be 0
AUX RELAY
Mnnnb
nnn=0-191, b=0-f
b must be 0
Keep RELAY
Knnb
nn=0-31, b=0-f
b must be 0
Link RELAY
Lnnb
nn=0-63, b=0-f
b must be 0
Special RELAY
Fnnb
nn=0-63, b=0-f
b must be 0
Timer
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
None
Counter
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
None
2. The illustration of the connection:
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
38400 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE, 1-But
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.26. LG K300S
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
I/O Relay
PWnn
nn= 0-31
Word(16 Bits)
AUX Relay
MWnnn
nnn = 0-191
Word(16 Bits)
Keep Relay
KWnn
nn = 0-31
Word(16 Bits)
Link Relay
LWnn
nn = 0-63
Word(16 Bits)
Special Relay
FWnn
nn = 0-63
Word(16 Bits)
Timer
TWnnn
nnn = 0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Counter
CWnnn
nnn = 0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Step controller
SWnnnn
nnnn = 0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Data Register
DWnnnn
nnnn = 0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Foramt
Range with the
Relay
Block
I/O Relay
PWnnb
nn= 0-31
AUX Relay
MWnnnb
nnn = 0-191
Keep Relay
KWnnb
nn = 0-31
b=0-f
Link Relay
LWnnb
nn = 0-63
b=0-f
Special Relay
FWnnb
nn = 0-63
b=0-f
b=0-f
b=0-f
2. The illustration of the connection:
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Transmission Format
RS232C
b.Station No.
RS232C=0
c.Transmission Speed
RS232C=9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
RS232C =8 Bits,none,1 Bit
PWS Setting
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9.27. LG Master-K10S/K30S/60S/100S
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
I/O RELAY
PWn
n=0-5
Word(16 Bits)
AUX RELAY
MWnn
nn=0-31
Word(16 Bits)
Keep RELAY
KWnn
nn=0-15
Word(16 Bits)
Link RELAY
LWnn
nn=0-15
Word(16 Bits)
Special RELAY
FWnn
nn=0-15
Word(16 Bits)
Timer
TWnnn
nnn=0-127
Word(16 Bits)
Counter
CWnnn
nnn=0-127
Word(16 Bits)
Data Register
DWnnn
nnnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
I/O RELAY
Pnb
n=0-5, b=0-f
b must be 0
AUX RELAY
Mnnb
nn=0-31, b=0-f
b must be 0
Keep RELAY
Knnb
nn=0-15, b=0-f
b must be 0
Link RELAY
Lnnb
nn=0-15, b=0-f
b must be 0
Special RELAY
Fnnb
nn=0-15, b=0-f
b must be 0
Timer
Tnnn
nnn=0-127
n.. must be 0 or multiple of
16
Counter
Cnnn
nnn=0-127
n.. must be 0 or multiple of
16
2. The illustration of the connection:
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
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PWS Setting
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a.Transmission Format
RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, NONE, 1-Bit
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.28. MATSUSHITA FP
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Device Type /
Aux.Address
Block ead
R/W
Internal Relay
WRnn
nn=0-97(875)
0
0
Word
Special Internal
Relay
WRnnn
nnn=900-910
1
0
Word
Link Relay
WLnnn
nnn=0-127(639)
2
0
Word
External Input
Relay
WXnnn
nnn=0-127(255)
3
0
Word
External Output
Relay
WYnnn
nnn=0-127(255)
4
0
Word
Timer/Counter
P.V.
EVnnn
nnn=0-254(2047)
5
0
Word
Timer/Counter
S.V.
SVnnn
nnn=0-254 (2047)
6
0
Word
Data Register
DTnnnn
nnnn=0-2047 (32764) 7
0
Word
Special Data
Register
DTnnnn
nnnn=9000-9255
8
0
Word
Link Data
Register
LDnnn
nnn=0-127(8447)
9
0
Word
File Register
FLnnnnn
nnnn=0-8191
(32764)**
10
0
Word
** The HMI can read up to 27 word in one read command.
**The Register setting range of FP10SH is nnnnn=0- 32764.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay Block
Internal Relay
Rnnnb
nn=0-97(875);b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. R1230
Special Internal Relay
Rnnnb
nnn=900-910;b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. R9100
Link Relay
Lnnnb
nnn=0-127(639);b=0-f
b=0 e.g.. L110
External Input Relay
Xnnnb
nnn=0-127(255);b=0-f
b=0 e.g. X00
External Output Relay
Ynnnb
nnn=0-127(255);b=0-f
b=0 e.g. Y00
Timer Flag Contact
Tnnn
nnn=0-254(2047)
must be 0 or multiple
of16
Counter Flag Contact
Cnnn
nnn=0-254(2047)
must be 0 or multiplr
of 16
** The HMI can read up to 432 bits in one read command.
**The Relay setting range of FP10SH is nnnn=0-2047.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC RS232C LINK of FP3 CCU or FP1 LINK PORT
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b.
PWS-series to PLC RS422 of PROGRAM PORT ( FP3 CPU PORT)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS422 or RS232C
COM2=RS232/422/485
b.Station No.
02-27
1. Set PLC Station 01 in ADP,
CPU
FP CPU PORT =238
PORT 238
FP1: Set computer link
c.Transmission Speed
19200/9600 bps
FP10SH –CPU: Set115.2K
bps
d.Transmission Format
Size 8-Bits,odd, 1-Bit
1. Set SW5=OFF if parameters
are
set in ADP
2. Set SW=ON if parameters are
set in the HMI
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9.29. MIRLE DX
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
IR area
IRnnn
nnn=0-111
Word
DM area
DMnnnn
nnnn=0-2367
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
IR area
IRnnnbb
nnn=0-111,bb=00-15
bb=00
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS to MIRLE DX RS42 2 P ORT
b.
PWS to MIRLE SB C 20 RS42 2 PORT
c.
PWS to MIRLE NDX RS232
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C/ RS422
COM2=RS232/422
b.Station No.
0
1. Set PLC Station 00 in ADP
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
1.DX,SBC20—8 Bits,ODD,1
Stop Bit
1 Set SW5=ON if parameters
are set in the HMI
2.NDX —8 Bits,NONE,1 Stop
Bit
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9.30. Mitsubishi FX
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-3071; must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Byte
Special Auxiliary
Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=8000-8255; must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Byte
Status Relay
Snnn
nnn=0-999; must be 0 or multiple of
8
Byte
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=octal number 0-377; end with 0
Byte
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=octal number 0-377; end with 0
Byte
Timer PV
Tnnn
nnn=0-254
Word
16-位元 Counter PV
Cnnn
nnn=0-199
Word
32-位元 Counter PV
Cnnn
nnn=200-255
DWord
Data Register
Dnnn
nnn=0-1023(7999) D1000=FILE
REGISTER
Word
Special Data Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=8000-8255
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Type
Block
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnnn
0-3071
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Special Auxiliary
Relay
Mnnnn
8000-8255
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Status Relay
Snnn
0-999
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Input Relay
Xnnn
Octal number 0-377
End with 0
Output Relay
Ynnn
Octal number 0-377
End with 0
Timer Flag
Tnnn
0-255
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8
Counter Flag
Cnnn
0-255
Must be 0 or
multiple of 8
** The HMI can read up to 512 bits in one read command.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS to RS422 of PLC-FX2 CPU
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b.
PWS- to PLC PROGRAM Loader PORT (Mitsubishi FX2n/FX0n CPU
PORT)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS422
b.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
c.Transmission Format
7-Bits,EVEN,1-Bit
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9.31. Mitsubishi A
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data
Size
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=hex number 0-7ff; end with 0
Word
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=hex number 0-7ff; end with 0
Word
Link Relay
Bnnn
nnn=hex number 0-fff; end with 0
Word
Internal Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-8191; must be 0 or multiple of 16
Word
Special Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=9000-9255;-9000 must be multiple
of 16
Word
Latch Relay
Lnnnn
nnnn=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of 16
Word
Annunciator
Fnnnn
nnnn=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of 16
Word
Timer PV
TNnnn
nnn=0-999
Word
Counter PV
CNnnn
nnn=0-999
Word
Data Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=0-8191
Word
Special Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=9000-9255
Word
File Register
Rnnnn
nnnn=0-8191
Word
Link Register
Wnnn
nnn=hex number 0-fff
Word
Peripherial Input Relay
PXnnn
nnn=0-7ff must be 0 or multiple of 16
Word
** The HMI can read up to 64Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnn
hex number 0-7ff
End with 0
Output Relay
Ynnn
hex number 0-7ff
End with 0
Link Relay
Bnnn
hex number 0-fff
End with 0
Internal Relay
Mnnnn
0-8191
Must be 0 or
multiple of 16
Special Relay
Mnnnn
9000-9255
The last 3 digits
must be multiple of
16.
Latch Relay
Lnnnn
0-2047
Must be 0 or
multiple
of 16.
Annunciator
Fnnnn
0-2047
Must be 0 or
multiple
of 16.
Timer Contact
TSnnn
0-999
Must be 0 or
multiple
of 16.
Timer Coil
TCnnn
0-999
Must be 0 or
multiple
of 16.
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Counter Contact
CSnnn
0-999
Must be 0 or
multiple of 16.
Counter Coil
CCnnn
0-999
Must be 0 ot
multiple
Of 16.
Peripherial Input Relay
PXnnn
0-7ff
Must be 0 or
multiple
of 16.
** The HMI can read up to512 bits in one read command.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS and PLC AJ71UC24-R2/S8
b.
PWS and PLC AJ71UC24 RS422
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c.
PWS,PLC AnA and AnA/AnS/AnU CPU port RS422
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS422 or RS232C
COM2=RS232/422/485
AJ71UC24 sw1=ON
RS422
1. RS422: Set SW10=OFF
sw1=Off
b.Station No.
RS232
00(CPU PORT)
00(AISJ71C24-S3)
1. Set PLC station 00
Set PWS station 255
00-31(AJ71UC24)
c.Transmission Speed
9600/19200 bps
CPU PORT=9600bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits,ODD,1-Bit
e.Comm. Protocol
Format 1;5;A
f.Check Sum
YES
g.Write during Run
Allowed
**For AISJ71C24 or AJ71c24, set the HMI staion no. as 255 and PLC station no. as 0
and connect with PLC CPU port. To communicate in COM2, please set the DIP switch =
off and communication parameters as 9600,8,0DD,1.
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9.32. Mitsubishi QnA
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data
Size
Link Relay
Bn
n=hex number 0-1fff ; end with 0
Word
Counter Coil
CCn
n=0-1023; must be 0 and multiple of
16.
Word
Counter Current Value
CNn
n=0-1023
Word
Counter Contact
CSn
n=0-1023; must be 0 or multiple of
16.
Word
Data Register
Dn
n=0-12287
Word
Direct Input
DXn
n=hex number 0-1fff ; end with 0
Word
Direct Output
DYn
n=hex number 0-1fff ; end with 0
Word
Annunciator
Fn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Latch Relay
Ln
n=0-8191; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Internal Relay
Mn
n=0-8191; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
File Register
Rn
n=0-32767
Word
Step Relay
Sn
n=0-8191; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Special Link Relay
SBn
n=hex number 0-7ff ; end with 0
Word
Retentive Timer Coil
SCn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Special Register
SDn
n=0-2047
Word
Special Relay
SMn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Retentive Timer
Current Value
SNn
n=0-2047
Word
Retentive Timer
Contact
SSn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Special Link Register
SWn
n=hex number 0-7ff
Word
Timer Coil
TCn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Timer Current Value
TNn
n=0-2047
Word
Timer Contact
TSn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Edge Relay
Vn
n=0-2047; must be 0 or multiple of
16
Word
Link Register
Wn
n=hex number 0-1fff
Word
Input Relay
Xn
n=hex number 0-1fff ; end with 0
Word
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Output Relay
Yn
n=hex number 0-1fff ; end with 0
Word
Index Register
Zn
n=0-15
Word
File Register
ZRn
n=hex number 0-fe7f
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Link Relay
Bn
hex number 0-1ffff
Counter Coil
CCn
0-1023
Counter Contact
CSn
0-1023
Direct Input
DXn
n=hex number 0-1fff
Direct Output
DYn
n=hex number 0-1fff
Annunciator
Fn
0-2047
Latch Relay
Ln
0-8191
Internal Relay
Mn
0-8191
Step Relay
Sn
0-8191
Special Link Relay
SBn
n=hex number 0-7ff
Retentive Timer Coil
SCn
0-2047
Special Relay
SMn
0-2047
Retentive Timer
Contact
SSn
0-2047
Timer Contact
TSn
0-2047
Timer Coil
TCn
0-2047
Edge Relay
Vn
0-2047
Input Relay
Xn
hex number 0-1fff
Output Relay
Yn
hex number 0-1fff
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS and QnA CPU port (RS232)
HMI-COM port
PLC-port RS232C
25-pin ------CABLE------ 6-pin
b.
RXD
3
2
TXD
TXD
2
1
RXD
GND 7
3
GND
RTX
4
5
CTS
CTX
5
6
RTS
PWS and Q Series C24 (RS232)
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HMI-COM port
PLC-port RS232C
25-pin ------CABLE------ 9-pin
RXD
3
3
TXD
TXD
2
2
RXD
GND 7
5
GND
RTX
4
1
CD
CTX
5
4
DTR
c.
PWS and Q Series C24 (RS422)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS422 or RS232C
COM2=RS232/422/485
b.Station No.
00(CPU PORT)
00(Q Series C24)
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits,ODD,1-Bit
(CPU PORT)
Set PLC Station 00
7-Bits,EVEN,2-Bits
(Q Series C24)
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9.33. Modbus slave
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
REGISTER
Wnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65535
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
RELAY
Bn
n=0-65535
Block
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
b.
PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232 (RS422/RS485)
b.Station No.
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps (9600-115200)
d.Transmission Format
8-bits, NONE, 1-bit
(7), (EVEN/NONE), (2)
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COM1 or COM2=RS232
(RS422/RS485)
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9.34. Modicon PC984 or Modbus(Ascii)or TSX Quantum
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data
Size
Input Registers (Modicon PC
984/Modbus (Ascii))
nnnnn
nnnnn=30001-39999(slave)
30001-31024(master)
Word
Output Registers (Modicon PC
984/Modbus (Ascii))
nnnnn
nnnnn=40001-49999(as slave)
40001-41024(as master)
Word
Input Registers (TSX Quantum)
nnnnnn
nnnnn=300001-365535
Word
Output Registers (TSX Quantum)
nnnnnn
nnnnn=400001-465535
Word
** The HMI can read up to 125Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Discrete Outputs (Modicon PC
984/Modbus (Ascii))
Nnnnn
nnnnn=1-4999(slave)
1-1024(master)
Discrete Inputs (Modicon PC
984/Modbus (Ascii))
Nnnnn
nnnnn=10001-19999(slave)
10001-11024(master)
Discrete Outputs(TSX Quantum)
Nnnnn
nnnnn=000001-065535
Discrete Inputs (TSX Quantum)
Nnnnn
nnnnn=100001-165535
** The HMI can read up to 2000bits in one read command.
**Modubus (Ascii) master – V2 as Modubus (Ascii) master. In functional way,it will
inform the connected controller automatically when the HMI data is changed.
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS series to RS232 of PLC CPU port
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
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Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C
COM1/COM2=RS232
b.Station No.
1. Set PLC Station 01 in ADP
1
01—247 (mem setup)
c.Transmission Speed
19200/9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8, EVEN ,1
(7,O,1);(7,E,1);(7,E,2)
RTU MODE
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9.35. OMRON C
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the Register
Block read
IR area
IRnnn
nnn=0-511
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
HR area
HRnn
nn=0-99
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
AR area
ARnn
nn=0-27
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
LR area
LRnn
nn=0-63
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
TC area
TCnnn
nnn=0-511
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
DM area
DMnnnn
nnnn=0-6655
Word(16
Bits)
Max. 28
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
IR area
IRnnnbb
nnn=0-511; bb=00-15
bb=00 e.g. IR12300
HR area
HRnnbb
nn=0-99 ; bb=00-15
bb=00 e. g.HR2300
AR area
ARnnbb
nn=0-27 ; bb=00-15
bb=00 e.g. AR100
LR area
LRnnbb
nn=0-63 ; bb=00-15
bb=00 e.g. LR2300
TC area
TCnnn
nnn=0-511
Multiple of 16 e.g.
TC16
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC RS232C HOST LINK of LK201/
C200HS/C28H/C40H/CQM1
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b. PWS-series to PLC RS422 HOST LINK of C200H-LK202
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
RS232C/ RS422/ RS485
COM2=RS232/422/485
b.Station No.
00(00-31)
1. Set PLC station 00 in ADP
1.CQM1-CPU21
DM6648=0000
c.Transmission Speed
19200/9600 bps
1.CQM1-CPU21
DIP-sw5=OFF
d.Tranmission Format
Initial value 7-bits, ENEN, 2
e.Operation Mode
Monitor Mode
f.PROTOCOL
Multiple-Link
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9.36. Omron CS1
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
IR Area (CIO Area)
IRnnnn
nnnn=0-6143
Word(16 Bits)
HR Area
HRnnn
nnn=0-511
Word(16 Bits)
AR Area
ARnnn
nnn=0-959
Word(16 Bits)
LR Area
LRnnn
nnn=0-199
Word(16 Bits)
TC Area
TCnnnn
nnnn=0-4095
Word(16 Bits)
DM Area
DMnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
EM Area
EMm.nnnnn
m=0-c, nnnn=0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
IR Area (CIO Area)
IRnnnnb
nnnn=0-6143, b=00-15
bb must be 00
HR Area
HRnnnb
nnn=0-511, b=00-15
bb must be 00
LR Area
LRnnnb
nnn=0-199, b=00-15
bb must be 00
Timer Area
Tnnnn
nnnn=0-2047
Counter Area
Cnnnn
nnnn=0-2047
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS -series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT (9-pin male)
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232 (RS422/RS485)
b.Station No.
0 (0-31)
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN, 2-Bits
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PWS Seting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
(RS422/RS485)
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9.37. Omron CV
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
CIO Area
CIOnnnn
nnnn=0-2555
Word(16 Bits)
TC Area
TCnnnn
nnnn=0-1023
Word(16 Bits)
TC Area
TCnnnn
nnnn=2048-3071
Word(16 Bits)
AR Area
ARnnn
nnn=0-511
Word(16 Bits)
DM Area
DMnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
CIO Area
CIOnnnnbb
nnnn=0-2555, bb=00-15
bb must be 00
TC Area
TCnnnn
nnnn=0-1023
TC Area
TCnnnn
nnnn=2048-3071
2. The illustration of the connection:
a . PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
0
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN, 2-Bits
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B. PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.38. Parker 6K
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Command
Fo rmat
Range with
the Register
D a ta Size
I nput
!n TIN
In
n
= 0 ~ 8
Dou ble
Wor d
O utput
!n TOUT
On
n
= 0 ~ 8
Dou ble Wo rd
A larm Statu s
!I NTHW
Asn
n
= 1
Dou ble Wo rd
A xis Status
!n TAS
AX Sn
n
= 1 ~ 8
Dou ble Wo rd
S ystem Status
!T SS
SY Sn
n
= 1
Doub le Wo rd
U ser Status
!T US
D ata Range
B inary
Wor d
US Sn
n
= 1
!VARBnn n VA RBnnn nnn = 001~125 Dou ble Wo rd
N umeric
!VARnn n
VA Rnnn
nnn = 001~225 Dou ble Wo rd +-999,999,999
I nteger
!VARInn n
VAR Innn
nnn = 001~225 Dou ble Wo rd +-2 ,147,483, 647
S tring
!VARSnn
VA RSnn
nn
= 01 ~ 50 10 Words
Motor Position
!nTPC
MO Pn
n
= 1 ~ 8
Double
Word
Motor Velocity
!nTVEL
MOVn
n
= 1 ~ 8
Double Word
Encoder
Position
!n TPE
EN Pn
n
= 1 ~ 8
Double Wo rd
TIMER
!TTIM
Tn
n
= 1
Double Word 0 ~ 999999999
Nnn
Run
Program
Nnn
nn
= 1 ~ 50
10 Words
0 ~ 20
Characters
+2,147,483,647
0 ~ 20
Characters
**If Paker 6K still excute, it will cause communication Time Out .
**Parker 6K needs to write internal program in order to accept the command with initial
code '!', or it may cause communication error.
Register
Type
Com mand
Format
Ran ge with the Re gister
Data
Range
Input
!nTI N
In. bb
n
= 0 ~ 8
bb = 1~32
Bit
Output
!nTOUT
On.bb
n
= 0 ~ 8
bb =1~32
Bit
Alarm
Status
!INTHW
ASn.bb
n
= 1
bb =1~32
Bi t
Axis Status
!nTAS
AXSn.bb
n
= 1 ~ 8
bb =1~32
Bit
System
Status
User Status
!TSS
SYSn.bb
n
= 1
bb =1~32
Bit
!TUS
Bit
Binary
!VARBnnn
USSn.bb
n
= 1
bb =1~16
VARBnnn.bb nnn = 001~125 bb =1~32
Bit
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Register
Type
Command
Format
Range with the Register
Error Status TERn.bb
TERn.bb
n
= 1
RUN
RUNnn
nn
= 1 ~50
Run Program
bb =1~32
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Foramt
8-Bits, NONE, 1-Bit
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PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
Data
Range
Bit
Bit
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9.39. SIDE MIDA 20/20D
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Register
Wnnnnn
nnnn= 0-10499
Word(16 Bits)
Display
Dispn
n=0-4
10 Words
Date
Daten
N=0-6
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
I/O Relay
Bnnn
nnn= 0-1599
Must be 0 or
multiple of16
Hardware Reset
HardRn
n= 0
Software Reset
SoftRn
n= 0
Clear RAM,EEPROM
Clr0-n
n= 0
Clear database
Clr1-n
n= 0
Clear RAM,EEPROM, database
Clr2-n
n= 0
Clear RAM,EEPROM, database
and default setup
Clr3-n
n= 0
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
b.
PWS-series to PLC RS485 PORT
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232C
RS232C: use SIDE MIDA 20/20D
driver
RS485
RS485 :use MODBUS SLAVE driver
RS232C=153
RS485=1
RS232C=153
RS485 =1
b.Station No.
c.Transmission Speed RS232C=9600 bps
RS485 =9600 bps
d.Transmission Format RS232C =7 bits,none,1 bit
RS485 =8 bits,even,1 bit
e.Mode
RS232C=stop mode
RS485 =running mode
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9.40. Simatic S5
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range of the Register
Data Size
Input Image
IBnnn
nnn=0-127
Byte
Max. 30
Output Image
QBnnn
nnn=0-127
Byte
Max. 30
Extended I/O
OBnnn
nnn=0-8191
Byte
Max. 30
Flag 位元s
FBnnn
nnn=0-8191
Byte
Max. 30
Peripheral I/O
PBnnn
nnn=0-8191
Byte
Max. 30
System Data Area
RSnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
System Data Area
RInnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
System Data Area
RJnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
System Data Area
RTnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
Timer Current
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
Counter Current
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Max. 30
Data Block
DBmmm/nnn
DBnnn
mmm=0-255; mmm is Block number
nnn=0-65535; nnn is the numbers
which defines block. If the mmm not set
the numbers, the numbers of mmm is 3=
DB3/nnn
Max. 30
Data Block
DWmmm/nnn mmm=0-255; mmm is Block number
nnn=0-32767; nnn is the numbers
DWnnn
which defines block. If the mmm not set
the numbers, the numbers of mmm is 3=
DW3/nnn
Max. 30
** The HMI can read up to 30Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range of the Relay
Block
Input Image
IBnnn.b
nnn=0-127; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. IB30.0
Output Image
QBnnn.b
nnn=0-127; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. QB2.0
Extended I/O
OBnnn.b
nnn=0-255; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. OB0.0
Flag 位元s
FBnnn.b
nnn=0-255; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. FB23.0
Peripheral I/O
PBnnn.b
nnn=0-255; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. PB23.0
2. The illustration of connection: You must useRS-232/Current-loop convert cable.
PWS-30XX(OLD MODEL) provides 20mA current-loop to connect.PWS-12xx, PWS17xx,PWS700, PWS-31xx and PWS-37Xx do not provide 20mA current-loop.
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format
20mA CURRENT LOOP
PWS-30xx/PWS-21xx
RS-232/Current-loop
converter
COM1 or COM2=>RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-bits, EVEN ,1-bit
e.PLC Mode Code
PLC’s Data Block
n=3~255 must OPEN
f. Command Delay
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PLC. MODE CODE
0: 90U
1: 95U
2:100U
3:102U 4:103U
5:115U
6:135U/921
7:135U/922 8:135U/928
PWS Command Delay
9. Communication with PLC and PWS
9.41. Simatic S5 3964R
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Register
nnn
nnn=0-255,
Word(16 Bits)
data block: set 3
Register
mmm/nnn
mmm=0-255, nnn=0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Register
Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Relay
nnn.b
nnn=0-255, b=0-f,
b must be 0
data block: set 3
Relay
mmm/nnn.b
mmm=0-255, nnn=0-255, b=0-f
b must be 0
2. The illustration of the connection:
a . PWS-s eries to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
None
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN, 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.42. Simatic S7-200 PPI
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Input Image
IWn
n=0-14
Word
Input Image
IDn
n=0-12
Double Word
Output Image
QWn
n=0-14
Word
Output Image
QDn
n=0-12
Double Word
Internal Bits
MWnn
nn=0-99
Word
Internal Bits
MDnn
nn=0-97
Double Word
Timer
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Counter
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Special S
SWnn
nn=0-99
Word
Special S
SDnn
nn=0-97
Double Word
Special Bits
SMWnnn
nnn=0-27
Word* read only
Special Bits
SMWnnn
nnn=28-199
Word
Special Bits
SMDnnn
nnn=0-197
Double Word
Analog input word
AIWnn
nn=0-30
Word* read only
Analogoutputword
AQWnn
nn=0-30
Word* read only
Data Area
VWnnnn
nnnn=0-9998
Word
Data Area
VDnnnn
nnnn=0-9996
Double Word
Data Area
DBWnnnn
nnnn=0-9998
Word
**AQW; SW;SD can’t used in CPU212,214
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Input Image
In.b
n=0-15; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. I3.0
Output Image
Qn.b
n=0-15; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. Q2.0
Internal Bit
Mnn.b
nn=0-100;b=0-7
b=0 e.g. M0.0
Timer Bit
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
b=0 e.g.T0 *read only
Counter Bit
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
b=0 e.g.C0 *read only
Special Bit
SMnnn.b
nnn=0-200 ;b=0-7
b=0 e.g. SM23.0
Data Area Bit
Vnnnn.b
nnnn=0-999 ;b=0-7
b=0 e.g. V2323.0
Special M
Snn.b
nn=0-100; b=0-7
b=0 e.g. S25.0
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS-series to PLC PROGRAM PORT of
(RS485 mode).
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS485
COM2=RS232/422/485
b.Station No.
02(02-27)
1. RS485: Sets SW10=ON
c.Transmission Speed
9600 /19200bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN, 1-Bit
e.Command Delay
PWS Command Delay
**The communication mode of Simatic S7-200 Network is Token Ring structure and can
exists in several majors. Under on-line,PC can download,upload to PLC.
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9.43. Simatic S7-300 CP340
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
DBmmm.DBWnnnn
mmm=1-255
nnnn=0-8190
DBmmm.DBWnnnn is the address
of a word locates at byte #nnnn
and the byte following #nnnn of
data block #3
Word
DBmmm.DBDnnnn
mmm=1-255
nnnn=0-8188
DBmmm.DBDnnnn is the address
of a double-word locates at byte
#nnnn and the three bytes
following #nnnn of data block
#mmm
Double
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
DBmmm.DBXnnnn.
b
mmm=1-255
nnnn=0-8191
b=0-7
DBmmm.DBXnnnn.b is the
address of Bit #b of the word
locates at byte #nnnn of data block
#mmm
b=0
2. The illustration of the connection: a. PWS-series to PLC CP340 RS232C PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232=CP340
COM2=RS232/RS422/RS485
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RS422=CP340
1. RS422: Set SW10=OFF
RS485=CP340
2. RS485: Set SW10=ON
b.Station No.
None
1. Set SW5=OFF if parameters
are
c.Transmission
Speed
9600 /19200bps
d.Transmission
Format
8-Bits, EVEN, 1-Bit
e.FUNCTION BLOCK FB40,FB2,FB3,DB2,DB3 for
CP
set in ADP
2. Set SW5=ON if parameters
are
set in the HMI
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9.44. Simatic S7-300 (via MPI port)
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Device
Type /Aux.
Address
Data Size
R/W
Input Image
IWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
0
0
Word
Input Image
IDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
1
0
9
9
DWord
Output Image
QWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
2
0
Output Image
QDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
3
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Bits
MWnnn
nnnnn=0-254
4
0
Bits
MDnnn
nnnnn=0-252
5
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Word
9
Data Area
(DB10)
VWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
6
0
Data Area
(DB10)
VDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
7
0
Data Area
(DB10)
DBWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534; the
Byte nnnnn & nnnnn+1
make DBWnnnnn
6
0
Data Area
(DB10)
DBDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532; a
double word address,
the DBWnnnn &
DBWnnnn+1 make
DBDnnnn
7
0
Data Area
DBmmm.DB mmm=1-255
Wnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
8
0
Data Area
DBmmm.DB mmm=1-255
Dnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
9
0
Timer
Tnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
10
0
Word
9
Counter
Cnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
11
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Word
9
9
DWord
Word
9
9
DWord
**Timer, Counter are read-only.
Relay Type
Foramt
Range with the
Relay
Device Type
/Aux.Address
BlockR/W
Input Image
Innnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC0
0-7
Bit
9
Output Image
Qnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC1
0-7
Bit
9
Bit
Mnnn.b
nnn=0-255; b=0-7
0xC2
0-7
Bit
9
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Relay Type
Foramt
Range with the
Relay
Device Type
/Aux.Address
BlockR/W
Data Area Bit
(=DB10)
Vnnnnn.b
nnnn=0-65535; b=07
0xC3
0-7
Bit
9
Data Area Bit
(=DB10)
DBXnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC4
0-7
Bit
9
0xC5
0-7
Bit
9
DB10.DBXnnnnn.b is a bit address,
It is in #b bit of #nnnnn word with
DB10
Data Area Bit
DBmm.DBX
nnnn.b
mm=1-31
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
2. The illustration of the connection:
PWS-series to PLC MPI port (RS 485)
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS485
b.Station No.
2
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, EVEN, 1-Bis
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS485
**Notes :
1. Cable is the same as Siemens S7 200 .
2. The HMI and PLC station are between 0 and 15. The HMI station is less than the
PLC station.
3. When use the Macro, the SIZE of block move is limited within 10 words.
4. Because of the token ring protocol, there is no error message when remove the
cable.
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9.45. Simatic S7-300 MPI-Cable
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Device
Type /Aux.
Address
Data Size
R/W
Input Image
IWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
0
0
Word
Input Image
IDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
1
0
9
9
DWord
Output Image
QWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
2
0
Output Image
QDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
3
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Bits
MWnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
4
0
Bits
MDnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
5
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Data Area
(DB10)
VWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
6
0
Data Area
(DB10)
VDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
7
0
Data Area
(DB10)
DBWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534; the
Byte nnnnn & nnnnn+1
make DBWnnnnn
6
0
Data Area
(DB10)
DBDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532; a
double word address,
the DBWnnnn &
DBWnnnn+1 make
DBDnnnn
7
0
Data Area
DBmmm.DB mmm=2-205
Wnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534
8
0
Data Area
DBmmm.DB mmm=2-205
Dnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532
9
0
Word
9
9
DWord
Word
9
9
DWord
Word
9
9
DWord
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Device Type
/Aux. Address
Block
R/W
Input Image
Innnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC0
0-7
Bit
9
Output Image
Qnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC1
0-7
Bit
9
Bit
Mnnn.b
nnn=0-65535; b=0-7
0xC2
0-7
Bit
9
Data Area Bit
(=DB10)
Vnnnnn.b
nnnn=0-65535; b=07
0xC3
0-7
Bit
9
Data Area Bit
(=DB10)
DBXnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC4
0-7
Bit
9
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DB10.DBXnnnnn.b is a bit address,
It is in #b bit of #nnnnn word with
DB10
Data Area Bit
DBmm.DBX
nnnn.b
mm=2-26
nnnnn=0-65535;
b=0-7
0xC5
0-7
Bit
9
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC MPI CABLE RS232C PORT MPI 6ES7-972-0CA210XA0
b.
PW S-series to PLC MPI CAB LE RS232C PORT HMI 6ES7-9720CA10-0X A0
c.
Example of the connections between PWS & S7-300/400 CPU MPI port:
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
MPI CABLE RS232
COM1 or COM2=RS232
b.Station No.
02
1. Set PLC Station = 02 in ADP
c.Tansmission Speed 19200/38400 bps
1. Set SW5 =OFF if parameters are set
in
d.Tranmission Format 8-Bits, ODD, 1-Bit
ADP
e. Command Delay
2. Set SW5=ON if parameters are set in
the
f. DATA BLOCK
DB10 for S7-300-CPU
HMI
Set PWS Command Delay
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9.46. Simatic S7-300 HMI-Cable
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Input Image
IWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Input Image
IDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532 length=2-523
Double Word
Output Image
QWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Output Image
QDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532 length=2-523
Double Word
Bits
MWnnn
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-78
Word
Bits
MDnnn
nnnnn=0-65532 length=2-78
Double Word
Timer Image
Tnnnnn.10ms
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Timer Image
Tnnnnn.100m
s
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Timer Image
Tnnnnn.1s
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Timer Image
Tnnnnn.10s
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
Counter Image
Cnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534 length=2-523
Word
DBmmm.DBWnnnn
n
mmm=2-205
nnnn=0-65534
nnnn=0-65534; DBWnnnn is a
word address, the Byte nnnn &
nnnn+1 make DBWnnnn
Word
DBmmm.DBDnnnn
n
mmm=2-205
nnnn=0-65532
nnnnn=0-65532;DBDnnnn is a
double word address, the
DBWnnnn & DBWnnnn+1 make
DBDnnnn
Double Word
Data Area (DB10)
DBWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534; DBWnnnnn is a
word address, the Byte nnnnn &
nnnnn+1 make DBWnnnnn
Word
Data Area (DB10)
DBDnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532; DBDnnnnn is a
double word address, the
DBWnnnn & DBWnnnn+1 make
DBDnnnn
Double Word
Data Area (DB10)
VWnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65534; VWnnnnn is a
word address, the Byte nnnnn &
nnnnn+1 make DBWnnnnn
Word
Data Area (DB10)
VDnnnnnn
nnnnn=0-65532; VDnnnnn is a
double word address, the
DBWnnnn & DBWnnnn+1 make
DBDnnnn
Double Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Input Image
Innnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535; b=07
b=0 e.g. I3.0
Output Image
Qnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535; b=0-
b=0 e.g. Q2.0
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Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
7
Bit
Mnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535; b=07
b=0 e.g. M0.0
Data Area Bit
DBmm.DBXnnnnn.
b
mmm=2-26
nnnnn=0-65535 ;b=07
b=0 e.g. DB22.DBX20.0
Data Area Bit
(=DB10)
DBXnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535 ;b=07
b=0 e.g. DBX23.0
DBX23.0=DB10.DBX23.
0
Data Area Bit
Vnnnnn.b
nnnnn=0-65535; b=07
b=0 e.g. V23.0
(=DB10)
DB10.DBXnnnnn.b is a Bit address, It is in
#b Bit of #nnnnn word with DB10
V23.0=DB10.DBX23.0
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS and HMI 6ES7-972-0CA10-0XA0 RS232.
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format HMI CABLE RS232
b.Node Address
02
c.Transmission Speed
9600/19200/38400 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, ODD, 1-Bit
e. OPEN DATA BLOCK
DB block for S7-300-CPU
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PWS Setting
COM2=RS232
Set PWS Command Delay
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9.47. Taian TP01
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Input Register
WXnn
nn=1-24
Word(16 Bits)
Output Register
WYnn
nn=1-27
Word(16 Bits)
Special Register
WSnn
nn=1-40
Word(16 Bits)
Constant Register
WCnnn
nnn=1-512
Word(16 Bits)
Data Register
Vnnnn
nnnn=1-1024
Word(16 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=1-384
Must be multiple of16 +1
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=1-384
Must be multiple of 16+1
Auxiliary Relay
Cnnnn
nnnn=1-1024
Must be multiple of 16+1
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS232
b.Station No.
0
c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits, ODD, 1-Bit
PWS Setting
COM1 or COM2=RS232
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9.48. TAIAN TP02
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Input
Xnnn
nnn=1-369(must be 1 or multiple of
16+1)
Word
Output
Ynnn
nnn=1-369(must be 1 or multiple of
16+1)
Word
Auxiliary Register
Vnnnn
nnnn=1-1024
Word
Auxiliary Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=1-1024
Word
System Register
WSnnn
nnn=1-128
Word
Auxiliary Relay
Register
Cnnnn
nnnn=1-2048(must be 1 or multiple
of 16+1)
Word
Constant Register
WCnnn
nnn=1-912
Word
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Input
Xnnn
nnn=1-384
Output
Ynnn
nnn=1-384
Auxiliary Relay
Cnnnn
nnnn=1-2048
Special Relay
SCnnn
nnn=1-128
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-s eries to PLC RS422 PORT of TP02
PORT of TP02
b.PWS-series to PLC RS485
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format
RS422/485
b.Station No.
01
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN , 2-Bits
PWS Setting
1. PLC Station =01
[Note] : The above-mentioned “PLC Setting” is ADP default, please refer to PLC manul.
To set up WS041,WS042,WS044,WS045.
WS041---SET RS422 BAUD RATE,DATA bit,PARRITY,STOP bit
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WS042---SET RS422 STATION NUMBER
WS044---SET RS485 BAUD RATE,DATA bit,PARRITY,STOP bit
WS045---SET RS485 STATION NUMBER
If TP02 PLC RS422 Port station no.=01→ WS042 sets 01(decimal), transmission speed
(19200 bps) and tansmission format (7bits,EVEN,2 bits) → WS041 sets 0120(decimal).
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9.49. TAIAN N2
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Function
Fnnn
nnn = 0-125
Word(16 Bits)
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to N 2 (R S232)
Must use TAIAN’s “FA-RS-232-N2” cable
b.
PWS-serie s to N2 (R S485 )
Must use TAIAN’s “FA-RS-485-KN” canble ,and the connection as below.
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232C
PWS Setting
RS485
b.Station No.
RS232C=1
RS485=1
c.Transmission Speed
RS232C=9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
RS232C =7 Bits,odd,1 Bits
4. Notes:
1. Must use unsigned binary object.
2. Even though the F125 can be choosed but it can't be used. (Display 33333)
3. F0, F21, F42, F63, F84, F105 are quick read/write start position.
(BLOCK SIZE are 21, 21, 21, 21, 21, 23.)
4. “ 33333 ” represents the Function is reserve.
5. In Function table and the Format, the Function value with “*” can not be changed.
6. If edit a double word object, its value is composed of nearby two functions.(Don’t use)
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7. Please adjust the value of PWS : Command Delay (block read displays 0020 error
message)
8. Object's integer,decimal,digit must correspond with practical c onditionObject,integer,decimal,digit
must correspond with reality(unsigned binary object)(refer to the user manual)
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9.50. Telemecanique TSX MICRO
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Internal Word
Wnnnn
nnnn=0-9999
Word
** The HMI can read up to 60Words in one read command. PLC Denotation:
%MWnnnn.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
Bit of Internal Word
Wnnnn:bb
nnnn=0-9999; bb=0-15
bb=00 e.g.
W0:0
Note: The writing unit for single point bit is 16 bits.
Note: When HMI changes a relay’s state, the HMI must read 1 word (16 bits). After
change the corresponging bit , then the HMI will write the word in PLC. These actions
will take more than one PLC scan. PLC ladder cannot control other bit(Word) before the
HMI compeleted “Change the Relay”;otherwise, these bit(word) will retrun to initial
value. In other words, the control action of PLC will be resumed.
For example: When the HMI changes W1234:7,the HMI must read the word from
W1234:0 toW1234:15. After cahne the bit7, then the HMI will write the word in PLC. If
the HMI does not write in PLC, PLC ladder has changed W1234:0-W1234:6 or
W1234:8-W1234-15. The HMI’s write action will cause the control action of PLC
resumed.
The illustration of the connection:
Ex:
a.
COM Port to the RS-232 Port
b.
COM Port to TER Port RS 485
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2. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232/ RS485
COM2=RS232/422/485
b.Station No.
0—8; MASTER
1. RS485:Set SW10=ON
c.Transmission Speed
9600bps/19200bps
1. Set PWS Station:1—8
d.Transmission Format
8-Bits,ODD,1-Bit
SLAVE in ADP
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9.51. Toshiba M20/M40
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
Input Relay Register
XWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Output Relay Register
YWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Internal Relay Register
RWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Link Register
ZWnn
nn=0-31
Word
Timer Register
Tnnn
nnn=0-127
Word
Counter Register
Cnn
nn=0-95
Word
Data Register
Dnnnn
nnnn=0-1535
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnb
nn=0-31;b=0-f
b=0 e.g. X10
Output Relay
Ynnb
nn=0-31;b=0-f
b=0 e.g. Y00
Internal Relay
Rnnb
nn=0-63;b=0-f
b=0 e.g. R100
Link Relay
Znnb
nn=0-31;b=0-f
b=0 e.g. Z310
2. The illustration of the connection: PWS-series to PLC RS422 Computer Link
PORT
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication Format RS422
PWS Setting
COM2=RS232/422/485
Programmer/computer link Computer link can be used 1. RS422: Set SW10=OFF
2. RS485: Set SW10=ON
b.Station No.
0
c.Transmission Speed
9600bps
d.Transmission Format
(8,E,1);(8,O,1); (8,N,1)
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9.52. Toshiba T1/T2
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the
Register
Data Size
External input register
XWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Output relay register
YWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Direct input register
IWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Direct output register
OWnn
nn=0-63
Word
Auxiliary relay register
RWnnn
nnn=0-127
Word
Special register
SWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Timer register
Tnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Counter register
Cnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
Data register
Dnnnn
nnnn=0-4095
Word
Link register
Wnnnn
nnnn=0-1023
Word
Link relay register
LWnnn
nnn=0-255
Word
File register
Fnnnn
nnnn=0-1023
Word
** The HMI can read up to 32Words in one read command.
Relay Type
Format
Range with the Relay
Block
External input device
Xnnb
nn=0-63; b= hex number 0-f
b=0 e.g. X10
External output device
Ynnb
nn=0-63; b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. Y00
Direct input device
Innb
nn=0-63; b= 0-f
b=0
Direct output device
Onnb
nn=0-63; b= 0-f
b=0
Auxiliary relay device
Rnnnb
nnn=0-127; b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. R100
Special device
Snnnb
nnn=0-255; b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. S230
Timer device
T.nnn
nnn=0-255
Counter device
C.nnn
nnn=0-255
Link device
Znnnb
nnn=0-511; b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. Z30
Link relay
Lnnnb
nnn=0-255; b= 0-f
b=0 e.g. L2550
2. The illustration of the connection:PWS COM Port to T1 CPU Serial Port
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3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232
COM1/COM2=RS232
b.Station No.
0 ==T1
1. Set PLC station 00 in ADP
c.Transmission Speed
9600bps
1. Set SW5=OFF if parameters are
d.Tranmission Format
8-Bits,ODD,1-Bit
set in ADP
2. Set SW5=ON if parameters are
set in ADP
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9.53. Unidriver UD70
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Data Register
#70.00~#70.99
W 0 ~ W 198
Word(32
Bits)
#71.00~#71.99
W 200 ~ W 398
Word(32
Bits)
#72.00~#72.99
W 400 ~ W 598
Word(32
Bits)
#73.00~#73.99
W 600 ~ W 798
Word(32
Bits)
#18.01~#18.30
W 800 ~ W 858
Word(32
Bits)
#19.01~#19.30
W 860 ~ W 918
Word(32
Bits)
#20.01~#20.50
W 920 ~ W1018
Word(32
Bits)
#91.01~#91.10
W1020 ~ W1029
Word(16
Bits)
Relay Type
Fotrmat
Range with the Relay Block
Bit Relay
#18.31~#18.50
B0 ~ B19
#19.31~#19.50
B20 ~ B39
2. The illustration of the connection:
a.
PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS485
RS485
b.Station No.
1. Set PLC Station =11 in ADP
Set the parameter of
UD70 address#14.01 to
11
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c.Transmission Speed
9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, Even , 1-Bit
e.Mode
Set the parameter of
UD70 address#14.02 to
06
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9.54. VIGOR M
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register Type
Format
Range with the Register
Data Size
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn=0-777,oct, 0 or multiple
of 8
Byte
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn=0-777,oct, 0 or multiple
of 8
Byte
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-5119 0 or multiple of
8
Byte
Step Relay
Snnn
nnn=0-999 0 or multiple of
8
Byte
Special Relay
Mnnnn
Nnnn=9000-9255 0 or
multiple of 8
Byte
Data
Dnnnn
nnn= 0-8191
Word(16 Bits)
Special Data
Dnnnn
nnnn= 9000-9255
Word(16 Bits)
Timer Register
Tnnn
nnn= 0-255
Word(16 Bits)
Counter Register
Cnnn
nnn= 0-199
Word(16 Bits)
Counter Register
Cnnn
nnn= 200-255
Word(32 Bits)
Relay Type
Format
Range with the
Relay
Block
Input Relay
Xnnn
nnn= 0-777, Oct
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Output Relay
Ynnn
nnn= 0-777, Oct
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Auxiliary Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=0-5119
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
ST1 Status
Snnn
nnn= 0-999
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Special Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn=9000-9255
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Timer Relay
Tnnn
nnn= 0-255
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Counter Relay
Cnnn
nnnn=0-255
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Timer Coil
TCnnn
nnn= 0-255
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
Counter Coil
CCnnn
nnn= 0-255
Must be 0 or multiple
of 8
2. The illustration of the connection:
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a. PWS-series to PLC RS422 PORT
Use a VIGOR with 4-pin male
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
PWS Setting
a.Communication Format RS232C,RS422
b.Station No.
RS232C=0
RS422=1
c.Transmission Speed
19200 bps
d.Transmission Format
7-Bits, EVEN , 1-Bit
RS232C=0
RS422=1
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9.55. YOKOGAWA FA-M3
1. The data format and range of the PLC registers which the ADP can accress :
Word Device and Bit Device.
Register
Type
Foramt
Range with the Register
Data Size
Example
Input Relay
Xnnnnn
nnnnn= 201-65499(not
continue)
Word(16 Bits)
X00201
Output Relay
Ynnnnn
nnnnn= 201-65499(not
continue)
Word(16 Bits)
Y00201
Intern Relay
Innnnn
nnnnn= 1-16384
Word(16 Bits)
I00001
Common Relay
Ennnn
nnnn= 1-4096
Word(16 Bits)
E0001
Link Relay
Lnnnnn
nnnnn= 1-65499(not
continue)
Word(16 Bits)
L00001
Special Relay
Mnnnn
nnnn= 1-9984
Word(16 Bits)
M0001
Preset Timer
TPnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Word(16 Bits)
TP0001
Set Timer
TSnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Word(16 Bits)
TS0001
Preset Counter
CPnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Word(16 Bits)
CP0001
Set Counter
CSnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Word(16 Bits)
CS0001
Data Register
Dnnnn
nnnn= 1-8192
Word(16 Bits)
D0001
File Register
Bnnnnn
nnnnn= 1-32768
Word(16 Bits)
B00001
Link Register
Wnnnn
nnnnn= 1-65499(not
continue)
Word(16 Bits)
W00001
Special
Register
Znnn
nnn= 1-512
Word(16 Bits)
Z001
Index Register
Vnn
nn= 1-64
Word(16 Bits)
V01
Common
Register
Rnnnn
nnnn= 1-4096
Word(16 Bits)
R0001
[Note 1] The last two digits of X and Y addresses must be multiple of 16 +1.
I,E,L,M addresses must be multiple of 16 +1.
[Note 2] One communication is up to READ/WRITE 60 words.
Relay Type
Foramt
Range with the Relay
Data Size
Iuput Relay
Xnnnnn
nnnnn= 201-65499(not
continue)
Bit
Output Relay
Ynnnnn
nnnnn= 201-65499(not
continue)
Bit
Intern RELAY
Innnnn
nnnn= 1-16384
Bit
Common RELAY
Ennnn
nnnn= 1-4096
Bit
Link RELAY
Lnnnnn
nnnn= 1-65499
Bit
Special RELAY
Mnnnn
nnnn= 1-9984
Bit
Timer
TUnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Bit
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Counter
CUnnnn
nnnn= 1-3072
Bit
[Note 1] The last two digits of X,Y,L addresses must be multiple of 16 +1.
I,E,M addresses must be multiple of 16 +1.
2. The illustration of the connection:
a. PWS-series to PLC RS232 PORT must use YOKOGAWA’s CABLE. See
below.
b.
PWS-series to PLC RS485 communication mode
3. Communication Format: Before connection, please set up the communication
parameters and the dip-switch as below:
Format
PLC Setting
a.Communication
Format
RS232C/ RS485
b.Station No.
RS232C=1
RS485=1
c.Transmission Speed
RS232C=9600 bps
d.Transmission Format
8 Bits,even,1 Bit
PWS Setting
RS232C=1(based on cpu slot 1-4)
RS485 =1
[Note1] PWS station no. must match YOKOGAWA PLC CPU slot no. If CPU plugs in
the 1st slot , the PWS station no. must set “1”.
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Appendix A.
Appendix A. – Table of the ADP 6.0 Features and HMI Models
The following is the table of the ADP 6.0 features and HMI models. The
functions which are not included represents applicable on all HMI models.
HMI Models
PWS3261
Printer
Upload Application
Upload/Download Recipes
Reconstruct Source
Auxiliary Keys
True Type
Contrast Adjustment
Turn off Backlight
Set Time & Date
Name/Select Recipe
Print Report
Run Application
State and Text
Management
Character Entry
List and Drop-down List
Numeric Display
Time, Date and Date-of –
week Display
Historical Display
Alarm Display
Macro
Ladder
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2
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PWS3261
PWS3261N
PWS6300
PWS6600
PWS6600Color
PWS6600N
PWS6600N-Color
SoftPanel
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ADP Features
Ethernet
SoftPanel
PWS66001
PWS6300
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The Function of AP1600C and AP1600S are the same as PWS6600C and PWS6600S.
SoftPanel includes 640×480、800×600 and 1024×768 .
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Appendix A.
ADP Model
PWS3261
Common Key
Slide-out Menu
System Messages
Report Format
Off-line/On-line
Simulation
View/Edit Recipes
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PWS3261
PWS3261N
PWS6300
PWS6600
PWS6600Color
PWS6600N
PWS6600N-Color
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ADP Function
Multi-Link
(One master, Slaves)
Cross-Link
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Multi-Channel
Communication
Logging Buffer
SoftPanel
PWS66003
PWS6300
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The function of AP1600C 、AP1600S are the same as PWS6600C and PWS6600S .
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Appendix B.
Appendix B. – PWS6600 External Key (Network and Enhanced
model)
A user can operate PWS6600 (Network and Enhanced model) through
external key and designs a customized control key panel based on the
application required.
1.
The illustration of wiring
PWS6600 (Network and Enhanced model) Printer/Keyboard connector
can link with printer or external keyboard. See below. When the connector
is linked to external keyboard, a user must notice the position of JP3,JP4
and JP5 jumper (must be set as the factory default position).
Appendix B. -Figure 1. The Illustration of PWS6600 Connection
ADP User’s Manual B-1
Appendix B.
When the connector is linked to the external keyboard, the position of JP3,
JP4 and JP5 jumper must set as above Figure. Otherwise, the external
keyboard can not work normally.
When the connector is linked to the printer (for most printers), the position
of JP3, JP4 and JP5 jumper does not need to change. Besides, the
connector must be linked to printer through the convert cable (included in
package).
2.
Wiring
The PWS6600 is up to 8×8=64 external keys. Please adjust the number of
external key based on demands. The following Figure is the connection
definition for external key.
Appendix B - Figure 2.
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The Illustration of PWS6600 Wiring
Appendix B.
3.
Definition
In ADP 6.0, K00-K77 keys are defined by the connection order. The
following is the mapping table of Keyboard connector and ADP definition.
K00-K31 can be defined by user in ADP. K32-K77 are specific functional
keys reserved for system.
PDI0
K00
K01
K02
K03
K03
K05
K06
K07
PDO0
PDO1
PDO2
PDO3
PDO4
PDO5
PDO6
PDO7
PDI1
K10
K11
K12
K13
K14
K15
K16
K17
PDI2
K20
K21
K22
K23
K24
K25
K26
K27
PDI3
K30
K31
K32
K33
K34
K35
K36
K37
PDI4
K40
K41
K42
K43
K44
K45
K46
K47
PDI5
K50
K51
K52
K53
K54
K55
K56
K57
PDI6
K60
K61
K62
K63
K64
K65
K66
K67
Appendix B-Figure 3. The Definition of PWS6600’s External keys
∗ PDO0...PDO7 and PDI0...PDI7 are Keyboard connector.
∗ K00...K77 is defined in ADP.
PWS6600 (Network and Enhanced model) reads the commands from the
external key by 8 x 8 matrix scan. Due to no protection with some
PWS6600 electronic lines, please notice the instruments around .And
PWS6600 PCB may be severely damaged by excess noise, static and
leakage. Bedsides, please notice the length of wiring can not exceed 50 cm.
4.
Reserved keys
In ADP6.0, some functional keys are reserved for system including
numeric entry, alarm, historical data scrolling functions…etc. User can
use those keys to easily design screen layout. Figure 4 is the definition
of K32-K77
1.
2.
3.
4.
[Up], [Down], [Left], [Right]: Move the selected object.
[0]-[9], [A]-[F],[.],[-]: Numeric keys.
[BS]: Back Space ; [Esc]: Cancel
[V..Home], [V..PgUp], [V..Up], [V..Dn], [V..PgDn],
[V..End],[H..Home],[H..End]:The scrolling function for alarm and
historical object.
5. [CLR]: Clear the alarm and historical data.
PDI3
PDO0
PDI4
K40
PDI5
K50
PDI6
K60
PDI7
K70
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PDI7
K70
K71
K72
K73
K74
K75
K76
K77
Appendix B.
PDO1
PDO2
PDO3
PDO4
PDO5
PDO6
PDO7
5.
7
8
9
V_Home
K41
K51
K61
K71
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5
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V_PgUp
K32
K42
K52
K62
K72
H_PgRt
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3
V_Up
K33
K43
K53
K63
K73
H_Rt
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0
V_Dn
K34
K44
K54
K64
K74
H_Lt
BS
V_PgDn
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↵
K35
K45
K55
K65
K75
H_PgLt
V_End
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K36
K46
K56
K66
K76
ESC
A
B
C
H_Home
K37
K47
K57
K67
K77
CLR
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H_End
Appendix B-Figure 4. The Definition of PWS6600’s Reserved Keys
Keyboard Design
All the PWS6600 external keys can be edited in ADP 6.0. There are two
types of external keys provided :
Note: If a key is defined repeatedly in the same screen, the first
priority will be the definition of auxiliary keys .
(1) Common Keys
Common key has the same function on any screens (under
auxiliary keys w/o setup condition). For example, set “K00” as go
to the 1st screen; press “K00” on any screen will go to the 1st screen.
If the definition of external keys is common for the ADP application,
a user can use [Common Keys] to define its function conveniently
instead of repeated definition for each screen. Select
[Application]/[Common Keys], the dialog box will offer the
functions for the selected model (PWS6600). See below.
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Appendix B.
Appendix B-Figure 3. The [Common Keys] Dialog box
(PWS6600)
(2) Auxiliary Keys
Auxiliary Key is only applicable on the current page. For example,
if K00” is set to go to the page 1 on the page 5, It will go to page 1
by pressing "K00" on page 5 and not for other pages. Auxiliary Key
is only applicable on the current screen.
To design external keys only applicable on the current screen, a user
must use [Auxiliary Keys] on the screen. Select [Screen]
/[Properties], it will offer the functions for the selected model
(PWS6600) in the [Auxiliary Keys] tab. See below.
ADP User’s Manual B-5
Appendix B.
Appendix B-Figure 4. The [Auxiliary Keys] Dialog Box
(PWS6600)
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