JX3-AO4 - Jetter AG

JX3-AO4 - Jetter AG
JX3-AO4
Analog Output Module
60873348
Introduction
Item # 60873348
Revision 1.04.1
September 2012 / Printed in Germany
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Address
Introduction
How To Contact us:
Jetter AG
Graeterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
Germany
Assignment to Product
Phone - Switchboard:
+49 7141 2550-0
Phone - Sales:
+49 7141 2550-433
Phone - Technical Hotline:
+49 7141 2550-444
Fax - Sales:
+49 7141 2550-484
E-Mail - Sales:
[email protected]
E-Mail - Technical Hotline:
[email protected]
This User Manual is an integral part of JX3-AO4:
Type:
Serial #:
Year of construction:
Order #:
To be entered by the customer:
Inventory #:
Place of operation:
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Introduction
Significance
Significance of this User Manual
The User Manual is an integral part of the device JX3-AO4:
 It must be kept in a way that it is always at hand, until the device JX3-AO4

will be disposed of.
If the device JX3-AO4 is sold or loaned/leased out, the User Manual has to
be passed on.
In any case you encounter difficulties to clearly understand this User Manual,
please contact the manufacturer.
We would appreciate any suggestions and contributions on your part and
would ask you to contact us by our e-mail address [email protected] This will
help us to produce manuals that are more user-friendly and to address your
wishes and requirements.
This User Manual contains important information on how to transport, erect,
install, operate, maintain and repair the JX3-AO4.
Therefore, the persons carrying out these jobs must carefully read, understand
and observe this User Manual, and especially the safety instructions.
Missing or inadequate knowledge of the User Manual results in the loss of any
claim of liability on part of Jetter AG. Therefore, the operating company is
recommended to have the instruction of the persons concerned confirmed in
writing.
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Contents
Table of Contents
1
Safety Instructions
9
Generally Valid Safety Instructions .............................................................................................. 10
Instructions on EMI ...................................................................................................................... 12
2
Engineering
13
Product Description - JX3-AO4 .................................................................................................... 14
Parts and Interfaces of the JX3-AO4 Module .............................................................................. 15
Minimum Requirements ............................................................................................................... 16
JX3-Modules: List of Documentation ........................................................................................... 18
Accessories for the JX3 System .................................................................................................. 20
Physical Dimensions .................................................................................................................... 21
Assignment of Terminal X51 ........................................................................................................ 22
Assignment of Terminal X52 ........................................................................................................ 23
Specification of the Connectors for Terminals X51 / X52 ............................................................. 24
Internal Block Diagram ................................................................................................................. 25
Connecting Voltage and Current Actuators .................................................................................. 26
LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4 ...................................................................................................... 29
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Installing, Replacing, and Removing the Module
30
Installing a JX3 Peripheral Module on a DIN Rail ........................................................................ 31
Replacing a JX3 Peripheral Module............................................................................................. 32
Removing a JX3 Peripheral Module from the DIN Rail................................................................ 34
4
First Commissioning
37
Preparing First Commissioning .................................................................................................... 38
First Commissioning by a JC-3xx ................................................................................................ 39
First Commissioning by a JC-24x ................................................................................................ 40
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Programming
5.1
5.2
5.3
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Abbreviations, Module Register Properties and Formats ............................................................ 42
Register and I/O Numbering for JX3 Modules ........................................................................ 44
Registers and Module Registers .................................................................................................. 45
I/O Module Numbers in the JX2 System Bus .............................................................................. 46
Register and I/O Numbers with JC-24x and JM-D203-JC-24x .................................................... 47
Register and I/O Numbers with JC-3xx ....................................................................................... 48
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-647 with JX6-SB(-I) ................................................................ 49
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-800 with JX6-SB(-I) ................................................................ 50
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-9xx with JX6-SB(-I) ................................................................ 51
Register Access to JX3 Modules on the JX2 System Bus ..................................................... 52
Direct Register Access to JX3 Modules in the JX2 System Bus ................................................. 53
Example: Direct Register Access ................................................................................................. 54
Indirect Register Access to JX3 Modules on the JX2 System Bus .............................................. 55
Example: Indirect Register Access .............................................................................................. 57
Module Registers for Indirect Register Access ............................................................................ 58
Output of Voltages and Currents .............................................................................................. 59
Converting Digital Values into Analog Values .............................................................................. 60
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Contents
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.5
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Voltage Output ............................................................................................................................. 62
Current Output ............................................................................................................................. 64
Register Description: Voltage and Current Output ...................................................................... 66
Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-3xx ................................................................ 68
Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-24x ................................................................ 70
Additional Features ................................................................................................................... 72
User-Defined Scaling ................................................................................................................ 73
Function of User-Defined Scaling ............................................................................................... 74
Configuring User-Defined Scaling ............................................................................................... 76
Register Description: User-Defined Scaling ................................................................................ 78
Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-3xx .......................................................................... 80
Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-24x .......................................................................... 82
Limit Monitoring, Trailing Indicator, Cutting Off, and Forcing ............................................. 84
Monitoring Limit Values ............................................................................................................... 85
Trailing Indicator .......................................................................................................................... 87
Upper and Lower Capping .......................................................................................................... 89
Forcing the Analog Outputs ......................................................................................................... 91
Register Description .................................................................................................................... 93
Output of Error Values .............................................................................................................. 97
Configuring Error Values ............................................................................................................. 98
Register Description - Output of Error Values ........................................................................... 100
Example: Output of Error Values via JC-3xx ............................................................................. 102
Example: Output of Error Values via JC-24x ............................................................................. 104
Oscilloscope ............................................................................................................................ 106
Start/Stop Recording ................................................................................................................. 107
Continuous Recording ............................................................................................................... 109
Recording Values under Trigger Condition ................................................................................ 111
Reading Out the Recorded Values ............................................................................................. 114
Oscilloscope Register Description ............................................................................................. 115
Example: Recording and Reading of Values .............................................................................. 117
Status Monitoring via Collective Bits ..................................................................................... 119
Status Monitoring via Collective Bits ......................................................................................... 120
Register Description for Collective Bits ..................................................................................... 122
Locating of Errors
125
LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4 ................................................................................................... 126
Diagnostics of Error Messages via Module Registers .............................................................. 127
Error regarding Reference Values ............................................................................................. 129
Missing Connection to the Controller ........................................................................................ 130
Invalid Operating System .......................................................................................................... 131
DAC Error .................................................................................................................................. 132
Internal Auxiliary Voltages are Faulty ........................................................................................ 133
Register Description: Locating of Errors ................................................................................... 134
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How to Identify the Module
137
Module Versions ........................................................................................................................ 138
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-3xx ................................................................................. 140
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-24x ................................................................................. 142
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-647 and JX6-SB(-I)........................................................ 144
Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-3xx ............................................................................. 146
Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-24x ............................................................................. 148
Identification by Means of Module Registers ............................................................................ 150
Identification via Nameplate ...................................................................................................... 151
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Quick Reference - JX3-AO4
Appendix
A:
B:
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155
Technical Data .......................................................................................................................... 156
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 157
Physical Dimensions .................................................................................................................. 158
Operating Parameters: Environment and Mechanics ................................................................ 159
Operating Parameters: Enclosure.............................................................................................. 160
DC Power Supply Inputs and Outputs ....................................................................................... 161
Shielded Data and I/O Lines ...................................................................................................... 162
Index .......................................................................................................................................... 163
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JX3-AO4
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
Introduction
This chapter informs the user of general safety instructions and warns of
residual dangers, if applicable. Furthermore, it contains information on EMC.
Contents
Topic
Page
Generally Valid Safety Instructions ............................................................... 10
Instructions on EMI ....................................................................................... 12
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1 Safety Instructions
Generally Valid Safety Instructions
Introduction
This device complies with the valid safety regulations and standards. Special
emphasis was given to the safety of the users.
Of course, the user should adhere to the following regulations:
 relevant accident prevention regulations;
 accepted safety rules;
 EC guidelines and other country-specific regulations
Intended Conditions of
Use
Usage according to the intended conditions of use includes operation in
accordance with this User Manual.
The JX3-AO4 module is a JX3 peripheral module of four analog outputs for
connection to analog actuators. It can be connected to the JX3 system bus.
The JX3 system bus starts at the JX3-BN-xxx bus head or at the controller
JC-3xx. By means of the bus head JX3-BN-CAN, the JX3-AO4 can be
connected to the controllers JC-24x und JC-647, as well as to the dual axis
controller JM-D203-JC24x. The JX3-AO4 module is supplied with voltage by
the JC-3xx controllers or by the modules JX3-BN-XXX and JX3-PS1. This
operating voltage is classified as SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage). Therefore,
the JX3-AO4 module is not subject to the EU Low Voltage Directive.
The JX3-AO4 module may only be operated within the limits of the stated
data, see chapter Technical Data (see page 157).
The device is used to control machinery, such as conveyors, production
machines, and handling machines.
Usage Other than
Intended
This device must not be used in technical systems which to a high degree
have to be fail-safe, e. g. ropeways and aeroplanes.
If the device is to be run under ambient conditions which differ from the
conditions mentioned in chapter Operating Conditions (see page 159), the
manufacturer is to be contacted beforehand.
Who may Operate the
Device?
Only instructed, trained and authorized persons are permitted to operate this
device.
Modifications and
Alterations to the Device
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Transport:
Only by personnel with knowledge in handling electrostatically
sensitive components.
Installation:
Only by specialists with training in electrical engineering.
Engineering:
Only by trained personnel, as specific know-how of electrical
engineering is required.
Commissioning:
Only by specialists with profound knowledge of, and
experience with, electrical engineering / drive technology.
For safety reasons, no modifications and changes to the device and its
functions are permitted.
Any modifications to the device not expressly authorized by Jetter AG will
result in a loss of any liability claims to Jetter AG.
Jetter AG
JX3-AO4
Safety Instructions
The original parts are specifically designed for the device. Parts and
equipment from other manufacturers are not tested on our part, and are,
therefore, not released by Jetter AG.
The installation of such parts may impair the safety and the proper functioning
of the device.
Any liability on the part of Jetter AG for any damages resulting from the use of
non-original parts and equipment is excluded.
Repair and Maintenance
This device must not be repaired by the operators themselves. The device
does not contain any parts that could be repaired by the operator.
The device must be sent to Jetter AG for repair.
Decommissioning and
Disposal
The environmental regulations of the respective country must be complied
with when decommissioning and disposing of devices on the operating
company's premises.
Transporting
JX3 Modules
To exclude damages to JX3 modules the JX3 backplane bus has to be
attached during transport. This is particularly true for transport via mail.
Replacing Modules
During exchange of JX3 modules, degree of protection IP20 is not ensured.
Do not touch any electronic components once the JX3 module enclosure has
been removed from the JX3 backplane module.
Touching the EMC clip may result in damages to this clip and, thus, in lower
noise immunity.
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1 Safety Instructions
Instructions on EMI
Noise Immunity of a
System
The noise immunity of a system is determined by the weakest component of
the system. For this reason, correct wiring and shielding of cables is of
paramount importance.
Measures to be Taken
Measures for increasing immunity against EMI in electric plants:
 The JX3-AO4 module has to be attached to a DIN rail acc. to EN 50022-35
x 7.5.
 Follow the instructions given in Application Note 016 "EMC-Compatible
Installation of the Electric Cabinet" published by Jetter AG.
The following instructions are excerpts from Application Note 016:
 On principle, physical separation should be maintained between signal

and power lines. We recommend spacings greater than 20 cm. Cables and
lines should cross each other at an angle of 90°.
The following line cables must be shielded:
Analog lines, data lines, motor cables coming from inverter drives (servo
output stage, frequency converter), lines between components and
interference suppressor filter, if the suppressor filter has not been placed at
the component directly.
Shield cables at both ends.

 Unshielded wire ends of shielded cables should be as short as possible.
 The entire shield must, in its entire perimeter, be drawn behind the
isolation, and then be clamped under an earthed strain relief with the
greatest possible surface area.
Download of Application
Note 016
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You can download Application Note 016 from our homepage
http://www.jetter.de. The path leading to Application Note 016
"EMC-Compatible Installation of Electric Cabinets" is "Industrial Automation Support - Downloads - english - 7_Miscellaneous - Application Notes".
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Engineering
Engineering
Purpose of this Chapter
This chapter is for supporting you when engineering a plant equipped with the
JX3-AO4 module in the following fields of activity:




Planning the wiring between the JX3-AO4 module and the analog actuator
Selecting the analog actuators
Connecting the analog actuators to the module JX3-AO4
Commissioning the JX3-AO4 module in the control cabinet
Contents
Topic
Page
Product Description - JX3-AO4 .................................................................... 14
Parts and Interfaces of the JX3-AO4 Module ............................................... 15
Minimum Requirements ................................................................................ 16
JX3-Modules: List of Documentation ............................................................ 18
Accessories for the JX3 System ................................................................... 20
Physical Dimensions .................................................................................... 21
Assignment of Terminal X51 ......................................................................... 22
Assignment of Terminal X52 ......................................................................... 23
Specification of the Connectors for Terminals X51 / X52 ............................. 24
Internal Block Diagram ................................................................................. 25
Connecting Voltage and Current Actuators .................................................. 26
LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4 ...................................................................... 29
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Product Description - JX3-AO4
The JX3-AO4 Module
The JX3-AO4 module is a peripheral module for connection of analog
actuators. This module is equipped with 4 analog outputs for voltages and
currents.
Characteristics
The following list shows the characteristics of this module:
Additional Features
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4 analog outputs
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Resolution: 16 bits
Selectable output signals per channel:
0 V ... +10 V, -10 V ... +10 V,
0 mA ... 20 mA, 4 mA ... 20 mA
Accuracy: > 99.5 %
Color of LED sheeting: sky-blue (RAL 5015)
Additional features of the JX3-AO4 module are:


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Scope of Delivery

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User-scalable
Monitoring and evaluation of limits
Slave pointer
Cutting off
Forcing of analog outputs
Error values
Oscilloscope function
Table function
Operating system update by means of JetSym
The following items are included in the scope of delivery of the JX3-AO4
module:
Jetter item #
Quantity
Description
10000569
1
JX3-AO4
60869252
2
10-pin connector, spring cage technology
60870411
10
Terminal labels
60871899
1
Installation instruction
60870410
1
Keying pins
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Parts and Interfaces of the JX3-AO4 Module
Parts and Interfaces
The JX3-AO4 module features the following parts and interfaces:
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Number
Jetter AG
Element
Description
1
Upper latch
2
JX3 backplane module Connection of the JX3 modules, blue
3
X119
Connector for additional JX3 modules
4
JX3 module enclosure
Can be dismounted from the JX3 backplane
module, light grey coloring
5
Release lever
For removing the JX3 module from the DIN rail
6
Lower latch
For removing the JX3 module enclosure from
the JX3 backplane module
Not visible in the illustration
7
Terminal X52
Connection of analog outputs 3 and 4
8
Terminal X51
Connection of analog outputs 1 and 2
9
LEDs
Diagnostics and status display
For removing the JX3 module enclosure from
the JX3 backplane module
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Minimum Requirements
Introduction
The JX3-AO4 module is operated in a system consisting of various
components supplied by Jetter AG. In order to ensure proper interaction of
these components, the operating systems used and the programming tool
JetSym must have the release numbers listed below.
Configurations
The module JX3-AO4 can be used in the following configurations:
 At a JetControl 3xx
 Connected to an Ethernet bus head JX3-BN-ETH
 Connected to the JX2 system bus of a JetControl 24x via CAN bus head
JX3-BN-CAN
 Connected to the JX2 system bus of a dual axis controller JM-D203-JC24x
via CAN bus head JX3-BN-CAN
 At a JX2 system bus of a JetControl 647 with a submodule JX6-SB(-I) via
CAN bus head JX3-BN-CAN
 At a JX2 system bus of a JetControl 9xx with a submodule JX6-SB(-I) via
CAN bus head JX3-BN-CAN
Which is the earliest possible release of the operating system for the JX3-AO4
module is dependent on the hardware revision applied. You will find the
hardware revision number on the nameplate fixed to the left cover of the
enclosure. The release number of the operating system applied can be read
out of MR 9.
Hardware Revision
Rev 01.xx.xx
V 1.01.0.00 or higher
Rev 03.xx.xx or higher
V 1.03.0.00 or higher
For the functions described in this document modules, controllers and
software have to meet the following minimum requirements:
BCDE
A
A
ETHERNET
F 01 2
BCDE
LOW
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
0V
0V
24V
RUN
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
X19
U4+
I4+
POWER
0V
0V
SHLD
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
0V
SHLD
X52
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
SHLD
SHLD
U4+
I4+
X51
I2+
5V
ERR
I3+
0V
E D1 D2
0V
X52
0V
R
Jetter
BUS OUT
X15
I3+
JX3-AO4
E D1 D2
I1+
0V
U4+
X10
0V
POWER
BUS OUT
ETHERNET
SER
SD-CARD
X10
DC24V
1,2A
0V
S33
1
R
X18
OUTPUT
INPUT
INPUT
MID
0V
SHLD
X52
X61
7 8 9
0V
SER2
I2+
HIGH
F 01 2
3 4 5
SHLD
U2+
I2+
JetWeb
JC-243
F 01 2
E
0V
0V
SHLD
Jetter
ADRESS
S31
3 4 56
POWER
LOAD
S32
0V
U2+
6
16
STOP
RUN
SER1
I1+
0V
X15
X11
Element
E D1 D2
X51
X14
0V
SHLD
No.
R
Jetter
I1+
X14
JX3-BN-CAN
E D1 D2
BCD
R
X51
LOAD
STOP
3 4 56
X19
A
E D1 D2
Jetter
S11
JX3-AO4
R
JX3-BN-ETH
JX3-AO4
E D1 D2
RUN
5
4
7 8 9
JC-340
R
3
BUS IN
2
1
7 8 9
Minimum Requirements
Earliest Possible Operating System
Release
6
Minimum Requirements
of the Operating System
0V
SHLD
DC24V
0,5A
0V
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
6
Function
6
As of Release
No.
1
JetSym
Programming software
V 3.00
2
JC-3xx
PLC JetControl 3xx
In preparation
3
JX3-BN-ETH
Ethernet bus head
In preparation
4
JC-24x
PLC JetControl 240
V 3.23
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No.
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Element
Function
As of Release
No.
JC-647
PLC JetControl 647
V 3.50
JX6-SB(-I)
Submodule for system bus
V 2.18
JM-D203-JC24x
Dual axis controller with PLC
JetControl 240
V 1.12.0.00
5
JX3-BN-CAN
CAN bus head
V 1.06.0.00
6
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
V 1.03.0.00
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JX3-Modules: List of Documentation
Introduction
Various documents and software tools will support the user when engineering
and installing and programming the JX3-AO4 module. These documents and
software tools can be downloaded from our homepage http://www.jetter.de.
Engineering
When performing engineering tasks, the following documents and files will
support you:
Data Sheet on the JX3-AO4 Module



Product description
Technical data
Dimensional drawings
User Manual on the JX3-AO4 Module

The document at hand
CAD Data of the JX3-AO4 Module


2D illustrations (dxf file)
3D illustrations (stp file)
User Manual on the JC-3xx Control System


Engineering at the
JX2 System Bus
Engineering a JX3 station
Product descriptions of JX3 modules
When engineering a JX3 station on the system bus (JC-24x and JC-647), the
following document and software tool will support you:
JX2-I/O System - User Information



System bus topology
Specification of the JX2 System Bus
Product descriptions of JX3-BN-CAN, JX2 modules, IP67
modules and third-party modules
System Bus Configurator


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Excel file for designing the system bus
SysBus_Configuration_xxx_e.xls (xxx: Version)
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JX3-AO4
Installation
Engineering
When installing such modules, the following document will support you:
Installation Instruction
It is included in the boxed module JX3-AO4 and contains the
following information:




Installation of the module on a DIN rail
Terminal assignment
Specification of conductor terminals
Diagnostics via LEDs
User Manual on the JX3-AO4 Module

Programming
The document at hand
When programming the module, the following documents and software tools
will support you:
User Manual on the JX3-AO4 Module

The document at hand
JX2-I/O System - User Information


Module numbering system
Diagnostics of the modules on the JX2 system bus
JetSym

Programming tool
User Manual of the Controller

Jetter AG
Depending on the controller used, you will need the
corresponding manual
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Accessories for the JX3 System
Labelling Field
Keying Pins
Strain Relief for
BU_10_E_BLZF_GE_RM
3.5
End Clamp for DIN Rail
Screw Driver
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Ten labelling fields are included in the scope of delivery of the JX3-AO4
module:
Designation
DIV_DEK_5/5_MC-10_NEUT._WS
Jetter item #
60870411
VPE
100 pcs.
One keying pin is included in the scope of delivery of the JX3-AO4 module:
Designation
DIV_BL_SL_3.5_KO_OR
Jetter item #
60870410
Designation
DIV_BL_3.5_ZE_8
Jetter item #
60870963
Designation
DIV_CLIPFIX_35
Jetter item #
60863970
Type
SD 0.4 x 2.5 - DIN 5264-A
Designation
DIV_SCHRAUBENDREHER_2.5*75
Jetter item #
60871712
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Physical Dimensions
Physical Dimensions
Minimum Clearances
At mounting the JX3-AO4 module, make sure to maintain a minimum
clearance above and below. At replacing the module, you can operate the
locking mechanisms of the JX3 backplane module using your fingers.
 Minimum clearance above: 30 mm
 Minimum clearance below: 25 mm
Module Width
The JX3-AO4 module requires a space of 31 mm width. At connecting the
JX3-AO4 module to a JX3 station, the width is increased by 25 mm.
Mounting Position
The mounting position of the JX3-AO4 module is vertical.
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Assignment of Terminal X51
Interfaces of Terminal
X51
The signals of the following interfaces are connected to terminal X51:
 Analog output # 1
 Analog output # 2
Assignment of Terminal
X51
X51
I1+
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
0V
SHLD
Terminal Point
U1+
Voltage output 1
I1+
Current output 1
0V
Reference potential
SHLD
Shielding
U2+
Voltage output 2
I2+
Current output 2
0V
Reference potential
SHLD
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Function
Shielding
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Assignment of Terminal X52
Interfaces of Terminal
X52
The signals of the following interfaces are connected to terminal X52:
 Analog output # 3
 Analog output # 4
Assignment of Terminal
X52
X52
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
Terminal Point
U3+
Voltage output 3
I3+
Current output 3
0V
Reference potential
SHLD
Shielding
U4+
Voltage output 4
I4+
Current output 4
0V
Reference potential
SHLD
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Function
Shielding
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Specification of the Connectors for Terminals X51 / X52
Ordering Data of the
Connector
Connector Specification
Two 10-pin connectors already belong to the scope of delivery of the JX3-AO4
module: They can also be ordered individually by the following ordering data:
Designation
BU_10_BLZF_F_SW_RM3.5
Jetter item #
60869252
The connector is specified by the following list:
Connector Specification
Connector technology
Spring cage connection
Type
10-pin, contact spacing 3.5 mm
Connectible Conductors
Outer diameter of the isolation
2.90 mm max.
AWG
16 ... 28
Terminal range
0.13 ... 1.5 mm
Stripping length
10 mm
2
Specification Without Wire End Ferrules
2
One-wire H05(07) V-U
0.2 ... 1.5 mm
Flexible H05(07) V-K
0.2 ... 1.5 mm
2
Specification With Wire End Ferrules
Screw Driver
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2
Bootlace ferrule without sleeve DIN 46228/1
0.2 ... 1.5 mm
Bootlace ferrule with sleeve DIN 46228/4
0.2 ... 1.5 mm
Crimping tool DIN 46228
PZ 4, PZ 6 ROTO, PZ 6/5
2
The fitting screw driver can be ordered from Jetter AG directly.
Type
SD 0.4 x 2.5 - DIN 5264-A
Designation
DIV_SCHRAUBENDREHER_2.5*75
Jetter item #
60871712
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Engineering
Internal Block Diagram
Internal Block Diagram
The JX3-AO4 module is equipped with four DAC for voltages and currents.
FPGA
µC
X51.U1+
10 nF
D
A
X51.I1+
10 nF
X51.0V
X51.U2+
10 nF
D
A
X51.I2+
10 nF
X52.U3+
A
X52.I3+
10 nF
X52.U4+
A
X52.I4+
0Ω
10 nF
Component
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U3/I3
X52.0V
10 nF
D
U2/I2
X51.0V
10 nF
D
U1/I1
U4/I4
X52.0V
Function
FPGA
Communication component
µC
Controller
D/A
Digital-analog converter
10 nF
Capacitor at the analog output
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Connecting Voltage and Current Actuators
Constituents of the
Cable
The constituents of the cable for connecting analog signals must, by all
means, be the following:
 Shielded line, 85 % covering
 Tinned copper drain wire
 Cable cross section 0.14 mm2
The voltage actuator and the JX3 station can be supplied either by one
common power supply or by various power supplies.
Connecting Voltage
Actuators
The connection of voltage actuators is identical for all four analog outputs. In
the following illustration, a voltage actuator has been connected to analog
output 1.
JX3-BN-CAN
X51
R
E
D2
R
E
D2
Jetter
X18
I1+
JX3-AO4
Voltage Supply
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
0V
X19
0V
SHLD
BUS OUT
X52
SHLD
I3+
0V
0V
U2+
SHLD
U4+
POWER
X10
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
0V
0V
FE
SHLD
0V
0V
SHLD
DC24V
Signal
I2+
DC24V
0,5A
0V
DC24V
0V
FE
Number
26
Component
1
Cable leading to the analog actuator
2
Analog output module JX3-AO4
3
Voltage supply for JX3 station and analog actuator
4
Analog actuator with voltage-interface
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The connection of current actuators is identical for all four analog outputs. In
the following illustration, a current actuator has been connected to analog
output 1.
JX3-BN-CAN
X51
R
E
D2
R
E
D2
Jetter
X18
I1+
JX3-AO4
Connecting Current
Actuators
Engineering
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
0V
X19
0V
SHLD
BUS OUT
X52
SHLD
I3+
0V
0V
U2+
SHLD
U4+
POWER
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
0V
0V
SHLD
0V
0V
FE
SHLD
0V
0V
SHLD
DC24V
Signal
I2+
I4+
DC24V
0V
FE
Number
Improving the Noise
Immunity
Component
1
Cable leading to the analog actuator
2
Analog output module JX3-AO4
3
Voltage supply for JX3 station and analog actuator
4
Analog actuator with current interface
For improving the noise immunity, please give heed to the following rules:
 Connect the copper drain wire (3) directly at the terminal point X51.SHLD,

respectively X52.SHLD.
Use a shielding terminal (2) for additionally earthing the shield of the wire.
X52
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
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Number
Component
1
Cable leading to the analog actuator
2
Shielding terminal
3
Tinned copper drain wire
4
Analog output module JX3-AO4
Related Topics
 Technical Data (see page 157)
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Engineering
LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4
The JX3-AO4 module signalizes states and errors via LEDs. This feature
facilitates spotting an error immediately.
R
JX3-AO4
LEDs of the Module
Normal Operating
Condition
LED
Color
R-LED
green
Run-LED
E-LED
red
Error-LED
D1-LED
red
Diagnose 1-LED
D2-LED
red
Diagnose 2-LED
ON
E
OFF
D1
OFF
D2
OFF
Normal Operating Condition
No error, communication is active
The JX3-AO4 module is equipped with four LEDs to display states and errors.
R
E
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
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Description
The LEDs of the JX3-AO4 module have got the following states during normal
operation:
R
LEDs of the JX3-AO4
Module
E D1 D2
-
D1
OFF
-
ON
2Hz
D2
OFF
State
No error, communication is active
-
Communication with the bus head, respectively
with the JC-3xx, is not active
-
Hardware error
1Hz
2Hz
No valid operating system on the module
Operating system update is active
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3
Installing, Replacing, and Removing the Module
Introduction
This chapter covers installation, replacement and removal of JX3 modules.
Contents
Topic
Page
Installing a JX3 Peripheral Module on a DIN Rail ......................................... 31
Replacing a JX3 Peripheral Module ............................................................. 32
Removing a JX3 Peripheral Module from the DIN Rail ................................ 34
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Installing, Replacing, and Removing the Module
Installing a JX3 Peripheral Module on a DIN Rail
Installation
To install a JX3 peripheral module on a rail to DIN EN 50022 proceed as
follows:
Step
Action
1
Place the JX3 peripheral
module on the upper edge
of the DIN rail.
2
Snap the JX3 peripheral
module onto the lower
edge of the DIN rail.
3
Slide the JX3 peripheral
module to the other
modules of the JX3 station.
Related Topics
 Replacing a JX3 Peripheral Module (see page 32)
 Removing a JX3 Peripheral Module from the DIN rail (see page 34)
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Replacing a JX3 Peripheral Module
Removing the
JX3 Enclosure
To remove the JX3 enclosure of the JX3 peripheral module from the
JX3 backplane module proceed as follows:
Step
1
Installing the
JX3 Enclosure
Action
Remove power from the JX3 station.
2
Press the upper and lower latches.
Keep the latches pressed.
3
Pull off the JX3 enclosure from the
JX3 backplane module.
To attach the enclosure of the JX3 peripheral module to the JX3 backplane
module proceed as follows:
Step
1
Action
Slide the JX3 enclosure onto the
JX3 backplane module until the
latches snap into place.
Result:
Installation of the JX3 peripheral
module to the JX3 backplane
module is now completed.
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Installing, Replacing, and Removing the Module
Related Topics
 Installing JX3 Peripheral Modules on a DIN Rail (see page 31)
 Removing a JX3 Peripheral Module from the DIN Rail (see page 34)
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Removing a JX3 Peripheral Module from the DIN Rail
Removing
To remove a JX3 peripheral module from a rail to DIN EN 50022 proceed as
follows:
Step
34
Action
1
Remove power from the JX3 station.
2
Slide the adjacent JX3 peripheral modules aside. By doing so, the
JX3 backplane to the other JX3 peripheral modules is disconnected.
3
Pull down the DIN rail latch.
4
Swing the lower part of the JX3 peripheral module forward.
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Installing, Replacing, and Removing the Module
Step
5
Action
Remove the JX3 peripheral module from the DIN rail.
Related Topics
 Installing JX3 Peripheral Modules on a DIN Rail (see page 31)
 Replacing a JX3 Peripheral Module (see page 32)
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4
First Commissioning
First Commissioning
Purpose of this Chapter
This chapter deals concisely with the first commissioning procedure of the
JX3-AO4 module. The following function is to serve as an example:
 Voltage Output at Analog Output OUT 1
Prerequisites
For first commissioning the JX3-AO4 module, the following requirements have
to be met:




The JX3-AO4 module is connected to a JetControl device.
The controller is linked with a PC.
On the PC, the JetSym programming software has been installed.
The minimum requirements regarding module, controllers and software
have been met.
Contents
Topic
Page
Preparing First Commissioning .................................................................... 38
First Commissioning by a JC-3xx ................................................................. 39
First Commissioning by a JC-24x ................................................................. 40
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Preparing First Commissioning
Behavior After Power-Up
In order to output a certain voltage, the JX3-AO4 module need not be
configured after power-up. After power-up, the behavior of the four analog
outputs is as follows:
 Configured to voltage range -10 V ... +10 V
 At the analog outputs, 0 V is output
 Any additional functions do not influence the output voltage
For defect-free commissioning, the LEDs must have the following statuses:
JX3-AO4
Status of the LEDs
R
E D1 D2
Component
Terminal Points of
Analog Output OUT 1
Status
Description
R-LED
green, lit
Logic supply of the module is ok
E-LED
off
Communication active
D1-LED
off
No error detected
D2-LED
off
No error detected
The module outputs the voltage at analog output OUT 1 at terminal points U1+
and 0 V of connector X 51:
X51
U
I1+
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
0V
SHLD
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First Commissioning
First Commissioning by a JC-3xx
D2
R
E D1 D2
RUN
3
4
7
8
R
D2
E
1
2
3
5
6
7
4
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
X21
LOAD
BUS OUT
ETHERNET
X14
X61
1
1
2
2
0V
3
3
SHLD
4
4
U2+
5
5
I2+
6
6
0V
7
SD-CARD
DC24V
1,2A
0V
Number
7
0V
8
SHLD
0V
I3+
SER
X10
I1+
0V
X52
X15
X11
POWER
D2
2
6
X51
STOP
Determining the Register
Number
E
1
5
13 14 15 16
X19
S11
R
9 10 11 12
Jetter
JX3-DIO16
E
JX3-AO4
R
JX3-DI16
The first commissioning procedure is based on the following configuration:
JC-360
Configuration
8
0V
X22
X32
9
9
0V
10
10
0V
11
11
SHLD
12
12
U4+
13
13
I4+
14
14
0V
15
15
0V
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
Component
Description
1
JC-3xx
Controller
2
JX3-AO4
Analog output module, module number 2
3
JX3 Modules
Further JX3 modules of the JX3 station
4
X51
Terminal for analog output OUT 1
The value of analog output OUT 1 has been assigned to module register
MR 2. This register number consists of the following digits:
1
0
0
m
m
Element
mm
Voltage Output via
JetSym
0
0
2
Meaning
Module number of the module in the JX3 station: here 02
How to output a voltage at analog output OUT 1 via JetSym setup and register
number 100020002:
Number
1
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0
Description
Values
New value for analog output OUT 1 0 = 0 V
32767 = +10 V
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First Commissioning by a JC-24x
The first commissioning procedure is based on the following configuration:
STOP
LOAD
Jetter
ADDRESS
S31
SER1
JetWeb
JC-246
HIGH
SER2
S32
MID
S33
LOW
E D1 D2
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
R
E D1 D2
Jetter
X18
OUTPUT
INPUT
INPUT
R
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
RUN
JX3-AO4
JX3-BN-CAN
Configuration
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
X19
ERR
0V
SHLD
24V
X52
RUN
BUS OUT
5V
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
Number
Determining the Register
Number
Component
0V
SHLD
Description
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
3
JX3-AO4
Analog output module, I/O module number 2
4
X51
Terminal for analog output OUT 1
The value of analog output OUT 1 has been assigned to module register
MR 2. This register number consists of the following digits:
x
x
2
Element
xx
Meaning
I/O module number of the module on the system bus - 2
here: xx = 00
How to output a voltage at analog output OUT 1 via JetSym setup and register
number 3002:
Number
1
40
0V
1
3
Voltage Output via
JetSym
I4+
Description
Values
New value for analog output OUT 1 0 = 0 V
32767 = +10 V
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Programming
Programming
Objective of this Chapter
This chapter supports programming the JX3-AO4 module in the following
aspects:
 Determining register numbers dependent on the system configuration
 Output of voltages and currents
 Function and programming of additional functions
Prerequisites
For programming the JX3-AO4 module, the following requirements have to be
met:




The JX3-AO4 module is connected to a JetControl device.
The controller is linked with a PC.
On the PC, the JetSym programming software has been installed.
The minimum requirements regarding module, controllers and software
have been met.
Contents
Topic
Page
Abbreviations, Module Register Properties and Formats ............................. 42
Register and I/O Numbering for JX3 Modules .............................................. 44
Register Access to JX3 Modules on the JX2 System Bus ........................... 52
Output of Voltages and Currents .................................................................. 59
Additional Features ....................................................................................... 72
Status Monitoring via Collective Bits ............................................................ 119
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Abbreviations, Module Register Properties and Formats
Abbreviations
In the following table, the abbreviations used in this document have been
listed:
Abbreviation
Module Registers with y
R 100
Register 100
MR 150
Module register 150
The letter y designates module registers, the function of which is identical for
all four analog outputs. For y, enter the number of the analog output.
1
y
z
z
No.
Module Register
Properties
Meaning
Element
1
y = 1 ... 4
Number of the analog output
2
zz = 0 ... 99
Continuous number
Each module register is characterized by certain properties. For many module
registers most properties are identical. For example, their value after reset is
0. In the following description, module register properties are mentioned only,
if a property deviates from the following default properties.
Module Register Properties
Number Formats
Meaning
Default Property for Most Module Registers
Access
Read / write
Value following a reset
0, or undefined (e.g. version number)
Takes effect
Immediately
Write access
Always
Data type
Integer
In the following table, the number formats used in this document have been
listed:
Presentation
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Number Format
100
Decimal
0x100
Hexadecimal
0b100
Binary
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JetSym Sample
Programs
Programming
The notation for sample programs used in this document is listed in the
following table:
Notation
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Meaning
Var, When, Task
Key word
BitClear();
Instructions
100 0x100 0b100
Constant numeric values
// this is a comment
Comment
// ...
Further program processing
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5.1 Register and I/O Numbering for JX3 Modules
Introduction
The modules supplied by Jetter AG can carry out a great number of functions
which can be called up by the user via registers. Each register and each digital
input or output has been designated by an unambiguous number.
Usage: Register Number
Register numbers are used in the following cases:
 A module register is to be read or written in the Setup section of JetSym.
 A module register is to be declared as a variable in the application program

Usage: I/O Number
of JetSym.
A module register is to be declared as a tag in JetViewSoft.
I/O numbers are used in the following cases:
 A digital input is to be read in the Setup section of JetSym.
 A digital output is to be read or written in the Setup section of JetSym.
 A digital input or output is to be declared as a variable in the application

program of JetSym.
A digital input or output is to be declared as a tag in JetViewSoft.
Contents
Topic
Page
Registers and Module Registers ................................................................... 45
I/O Module Numbers in the JX2 System Bus ............................................... 46
Register and I/O Numbers with JC-24x and JM-D203-JC-24x ..................... 47
Register and I/O Numbers with JC-3xx ........................................................ 48
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-647 with JX6-SB(-I) ................................. 49
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-800 with JX6-SB(-I) ................................. 50
Register and I/O Numbers for JC-9xx with JX6-SB(-I) ................................. 51
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Programming
Registers and Module Registers
Definition: Module
Registers
By means of module registers, process, configuration and diagnostic data can
be read by the JX3-AO4 module, or written to the module. The module register
number is unambiguous within the respective module.
Definition: Registers
Registers can be accessed directly in the application program of the controller,
in a setup pane of JetSym, or via the user interface directly. The register
number is unambiguous within the respective system.
Example: Module
Register
Via module register 9, the up-to-date operating system version of a JX3-AI4
can be accessed.
Example: Register
A JX3-AI4 module has been connected to the system bus of a JC- 24x by a
JX3-BN-CAN bus head. The module has got I/O module number 2.
1
3
0
2
No.
0
z
3
Element
Meaning
1
Register number
Can be used immediately
2
Register prefix
300: for JX3 modules at the system bus of a
JC-24x
3
Module register number
z = 9: OS version
In the setup pane of JetSym, the operating system version 1.2.0.0 can be read
out via register number 3009 directly.
Counterexample: Module
Register
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If in the setup pane of JetSym number 9 is entered, the operating system
version is not read out.
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I/O Module Numbers in the JX2 System Bus
I/O Module Number
Each module in the JX2 system bus is assigned an I/O module number for
clear identification. The I/O module number is dependent on the position of the
module on the JX2 system bus. Assigning this module number is carried out
according to the following rules:




The controller has always got I/O module number 1.
JX3-BN-CAN modules are counted separately.
The first JX3-BN-CAN is assigned I/O module number 33.
The JX2-PS1 and JX3-PS1 modules are not assigned an I/O module
number.
 The first non-intelligent JX2, or JX3 module is assigned I/O module number

INPUT
BCD
A
MID
7 8 9
F 01 2
BCD
A
3 4 56
E
LOW
7 8 9
5V
24V
ERR
RUN
INPUT
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
D2
X18
X21
1
2
BUS OUT
46
8
X21
R
E
D2
Jetter
X18
1
2
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
X21
1
5
R
E
D2
13 14 15 16
2
3
4
5
X21
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
0V
8
0V
X19
X32
9
9
10
10
11
Module
4
7
3
12
Number
3
4
13
DC24V
0,5A
0V
D2
2
6
9 10 11 12
3
X22
X10
E
1
5
4
5
X19
R
13 14 15 16
JX3-DIO16
E
JX3-DI16
R
JX3-BN-CAN
D2
Jetter
JX3-DIO16
E
BUS IN
HIGH
F 01 2
E
34 56
S33
R
11
14
15
16
16
0V
0V
9
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
8
0V
X22
BUS OUT
BCD
A
S31
S32
JetWeb
JC-246
F 01 2
E
34 56
SER1
SER2
Jetter
ADDRESS
7 8 9
LOAD
JX3-DI16
STOP
RUN
JX3-BN-CAN
Several JX3 modules have been connected to a JC-24x controller via
JX2 system bus.
BUS IN
Example: I/O Module
Numbering
2.
Intelligent JX2 modules, e.g. JX2-SV1, are not assigned an I/O module
number.
13
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
8
0V
X32
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
0V
0V
I/O module number
1
JC-24x
1
2
JX3-BN-CAN
33
3
JX3-AO4
2
4
JX3-DIO16
3
5
JX3-BN-CAN
34
6
JX3-DI16
5
7
JX3-AI4
6
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Programming
Register and I/O Numbers with JC-24x and JM-D203-JC-24x
The register number for JX3 modules with JC-24x and JM-D203-JC-24x is
composed as follows:
3
x
x
z
Element
Meaning
xx
z
0 ... 30
At the bus head JX3-BN-CAN
31 ... 61
Module register number
x
x
z
z
Element
Meaning
I/O module number in the JX2 system bus
2 ... 32
zz
I/O number of the module
1 ... 16
STOP
LOAD
BCD
A
A
BCD
E
INPUT
MID
7 8 9
A
BCD
F 01 2
3 4 56
E
HIGH
F 01 2
3 4 56
S33
JetWeb
JC-246
F 01 2
E
3 4 56
S32
SER2
Jetter
ADDRESS
S31
7 8 9
RUN
LOW
INPUT
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
R
E
D2
Jetter
X18
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
D2
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
1
7 8 9
ERR
X19
BUS OUT
Number
Module
7
D2
4
8
X21
1
2
4
0V
9
X10
3
6
3
8
X22
DC24V
0,5A
0V
2
9 10 11 12
4
5
RUN
E
1
5
2
7
24V
R
13 14 15 16
3
6
5V
JX3-DIO16
Several JX3 modules have been connected to a JC-24x controller.
SER1
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Value range
xx
JX3-DI16
Example
0 ... 9
The I/O number for JX3 modules with JC-24x and JM-D203-JC-24x is
composed as follows:
JX3-BN-CAN
I/O Numbers for
JX3 Modules
Value range
I/O module number in the JX2 system bus - 2
BUS IN
Register Numbers for
JX3 Modules
5
6
7
8
0V
X32
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
0V
0V
I/O module number
Register
I/O
1
JC-24x
1
0 ... 1999
101 ... 116
2
JX3-BN-CAN
33
3310 ... 3319
-
3
JX3-DI16
2
3000 ... 3009
201 ... 216
4
JX3-DIO16
3
3010 ... 3019
301 ... 316
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Register and I/O Numbers with JC-3xx
Module Numbers of a
JX3 Station
The module numbers within a JX3 station are determined as follows:
 The figures of the module numbers are counted from left to right, starting
with 1.
The power supply module JX3-PS1 is not assigned a module number.

The register number for JX3 modules with JC-3xx is composed as follows:
1
0
0
z
z
z
Value range
xx
Module number of the module in the JX3 station
02 ... 17
Module register number
0000 .... 9999
The I/O number for JX3 modules with JC-3xx is composed as follows:
0
0
0
0
x
x
z
z
Element
Meaning
Value range
xx
Module number of the module in the JX3 station
02 ... 17
zz
I/O number of the module
1 ... 16
X19
S11
RUN
3
4
6
7
8
X51
X21
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
X21
R
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D2
8
9 10 11 12
R
Jetter
13 14 15 16
R
E
1
2
3
5
6
7
D2
4
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
X21
LOAD
I1+
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0V
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0V
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
SHLD
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
U2+
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
I2+
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
0V
0V
SHLD
X52
X15
X11
X10
DC24V
1,2A
0V
SD-CARD
SER
X61
I3+
0V
9
7
8
0V
X32
9
7
8
0V
X32
9
7
8
0V
X32
9
7
8
0V
X32
9
7
8
0V
X32
9
7
7
8
8
0V
0V
X32
X32
9
9
0V
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
0V
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
SHLD
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
U4+
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
I4+
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
0V
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
0V
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
0V
0V
0V
0V
0V
2
Number
7
8
X32
3
Module
4
5
6
7
Module number
8
X10
POWER
ETHERNET
X14
BUS OUT
STOP
POWER
D2
JX3-DIO16
2
9 10 11 12
JX3-PS1
E
1
5
JX3-DIO16
R
13 14 15 16
JX3-DIO16
E D1 D2
JX3-DIO16
R
JX3-DIO16
D2
JX3-DIO16
E
JX3-DIO16
R
JX3-AO4
JC-360
Several JX3 modules have been connected to a JC-3xx controller.
Jetter
48
z
Meaning
1
Example
x
Element
zzzz
I/O Numbers for
JX3 Modules
x
JX3-DIO16
Register Numbers for
JX3 Modules
DC24V
0,5A
0V
9
15
16
0V
10
Register
I/O
1
JC-3xx
1
2
JX3-AO4
2
10002zzzz
1000002zz
3
JX3-PS1
-
-
-
4
JX3-DIO16
10
10010zzzz
1000010zz
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Register and I/O Numbers for JC-647 with JX6-SB(-I)
Register Numbers for
JX3 Modules
The register number for JX3 modules with JC-647 and JX6-SB(-I) is
composed as follows:
3
m
0
3
x
x
Element
Meaning
Submodule socket
1 ... 3
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus - 2
0 ... 30
at the bus head JX3-BN-CAN
31 ... 61
Module register number
x
x
z
z
Element
Meaning
Value range
m1
Submodule socket + 1
2 ... 4
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus
2 ... 32
zz
I/O number of the module
1 ... 16
E
D2
Jetter
BUS IN
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
BUS OUT
DC24V
0,5A
0V
Number
Module
D2
2
3
6
7
4
8
9 10 11 12
X21
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
8
0V
X22
X10
E
1
5
1
6
JetControl
JC647
R
13 14 15 16
2
7
X19
JX3-DIO16
R
JX3-DI16
JX3-BN-CAN
Several JX3 modules have been connected to a JC-647 controller with a
JX6-SB(-I) submodule.
X18
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0 ... 9
The I/O number for JX3 modules with JC-647 and JX6-SB(-I) is composed as
follows:
m1
Example
Value range
m
z
I/O Numbers for
JX3 Modules
z
6
7
8
0V
X32
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
0V
0V
I/O module
no.
Registers
I/O
1
JC-647
-
Module slot: 1
2
JX6-SB
-
Submodule socket: 1
3
JX3-BN-CAN
33
3103310 ... 3103319
-
4
JX3-DI16
2
3103000 ... 3103009
20201 ... 20216
5
JX3-DIO16
3
3103010 ... 3103019
20301 ... 20316
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Register and I/O Numbers for JC-800 with JX6-SB(-I)
Register Numbers for
JX3 Modules
The register number for JX3 modules with JC-800 and JX6-SB(-I) is
composed as follows:
4
C
M
0
3
Element
z
Meaning
Value range
Module board number
1 ... 3
M
System bus module
1 ... 2
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus - 2
0 ... 30
At the bus head JX3-BN-CAN
31 ... 61
Module register number
0 ... 9
The I/O number for JX3 modules with JC-800 and JX6-SB(-I) is composed as
follows:
5
2..3
C
M
Element
50
x
C
z
I/O Numbers for
JX3 Modules
x
x
x
z
z
Meaning
Value range
2..3
Input
2
2..3
Output
3
C
Module board number
1 ... 3
M
System bus module
1 ... 2
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus
2 ... 32
zz
I/O number of the module
1 ... 16
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Register and I/O Numbers for JC-9xx with JX6-SB(-I)
Register Numbers for
JX3 Modules
The register number for JX3 modules with JC-9xx and JX6-SB(-I) is
composed as follows:
2
0
S
Y
Element
x
x
z
Description
Value range
Number of module board
1 ... 5
Y
Number of the JX6-I/O board (JX2 system bus)
on the module board
1 ... 2
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus - 2
0 ... 30
at the bus head JX3-BN-CAN
31 ... 61
Module register number
0 ... 9
I/O numbers for JX3 modules connected to a JC-9xx equipped with a
JX6-SB(-I) is composed as follows:
2
0
Element
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3
S
z
I/O Numbers for
JX3 Modules
0
S
Y
0
x
x
z
z
Description
Value range
S
Number of module board
1 ... 5
Y
Number of the JX6-I/O board (JX2 system bus)
on the module board
1 ... 2
xx
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus
02 ... 32
zz
Module specific I/O number
1 ... 16
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5.2 Register Access to JX3 Modules on the
JX2 System Bus
Introduction
Each JX3 module supports over 10,000 module registers. At the JX2 system
bus, access to the 10,000 module registers is made via 10 registers. Eight
module registers can directly be accessed by entering a register number. The
remaining 9,992 module registers can be accessed in indirect mode via an
index register and a value register.
Direct Register Access
The following module registers have been assigned to register numbers
directly.




Indirect Register Access
Status
Command
Process data
Operating system, respectively firmware version
Any remaining module registers of the JX3 module can only be accessed in
indirect mode via an index register and a value register.
Contents
Topic
Page
Direct Register Access to JX3 Modules in the JX2 System Bus .................. 53
Example: Direct Register Access .................................................................. 54
Indirect Register Access to JX3 Modules on the JX2 System Bus ............... 55
Example: Indirect Register Access ............................................................... 57
Module Registers for Indirect Register Access ............................................. 58
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Programming
Direct Register Access to JX3 Modules in the JX2 System Bus
At direct register access, a module register of the module is directly assigned
to a register number. Via this register, the value of the module register can be
read and written.
Assignment of the
Register Numbers
At direct register access, the module registers have been assigned to the
register numbers as follows:
LOW
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
D2
R
D2
E
Jetter
X18
X41
I1+
U1/I1-
BUS IN
BCDE
7 8 9
7 8 9A
BCD
E
OUTPUT
INPUT
INPUT
MID
F 01 2
3 4 56
E
HIGH
F 01 2
3 4 56
7 8 9A
S33
R
JetWeb
JC-246
F 01 2
BCD
E
A
S31
S32
SER2
Jetter
ADDRESS
3 4 56
SER1
LOAD
JX3-AI4
STOP
RUN
JX3-BN-CAN
Direct Register Access
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
U2/I2-
24V
RUN
X19
0V
SHLD
X42
BUS OUT
5V
ERR
I3+
U3/I30V
SHLD
U4+
X10
POWER
DC24V
0,5A
0V
3xx0
3xx6
0
6
3xx9
9
I4+
U4/I40V
SHLD
9999
Number
Survey of Direct and
Indirect Module
Registers
Component
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-AI4
JX3 module with 10,000 module registers
3
Module registers
Module register numbers of the JX3 module for
direct access
4
Register numbers
Register numbers of the controller for direct
access
In the following table, the module registers are shown which can be accessed
in the JX2 system bus either in direct or in indirect mode.
Module register number
Direct
0 ... 6

7 ... 8
9
10 ... 9,999
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Indirect



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Example: Direct Register Access
Purpose of this Example
This example is to illustrate how module registers are written into directly. The
exact function of the power supply used is not relevant.
Task
At a JX3-DIO16, the power supply of the digital outputs are to be controlled at
the terminal point X32.DC24V. At a failure of the power supply, an error routine
is to be carried out.
Solution
In MR 0 of the JX3-DIO16, a checkup is made if bit 2 has been cleared. After
this, the error routine is carried out.
Configuration
The example is based on the following configuration:
Number
JetSym ST Program
Component
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
I/O module number 33
3
JX3-DIO16
Digital I/O module
I/O module number 2
Var
// Status register
State : Int At %VL 3000;
End_Var;
Task 0
// wait, until power is zero
When
BIT_CLEAR(State, 2)
Continue;
// Error routine
End_Task;
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Programming
Indirect Register Access to JX3 Modules on the JX2 System Bus
At indirect register access, the following module registers are used:
Registers
Indirect Register Access
Description
MR 7
Index for indirect register access
MR 8
Value for indirect register access
The indirect register access to a module register is carried out via an index
and a value register in two steps.
Step
1
Write the number of the module register into MR 7 Index for Indirect
Register Access.
2
Read, respectively write, the value of the module register, via MR 8 Value
for Indirect Register Access.
STOP
BCDE
INPUT
MID
7 8 9A
BCD
F 01 2
3 4 56
E
3 4 56
7 8 9A
S33
HIGH
F 01 2
LOW
R
E
INPUT
X18
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
D2
R
E
D2
Jetter
JetWeb
JC-246
F 01 2
BCD
E
A
S31
S32
SER2
Jetter
ADDRESS
3 4 56
SER1
LOAD
7 8 9
RUN
JX3-BN-CAN
At indirect register access, the module registers have been assigned to the
register numbers as follows:
X41
I1+
U1/I1-
BUS IN
Assignment of the
Register Numbers
Action
JX3-AI4
Overview of Registers
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
U2/I2-
24V
ERR
RUN
X19
0V
SHLD
X42
BUS OUT
5V
I3+
U3/I30V
SHLD
U4+
POWER
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
I4+
U4/I40V
SHLD
0
3xx7
3xx8
9999
Number
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Component
Function
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-AI4
JX3 module with 10,000 module registers
3
Module registers
Module register numbers of the JX3 module for
indirect access
4
Register numbers
Register numbers of the controller for indirect
access
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Survey of Direct and
Indirect Module
Registers
In the following table, the module registers are shown which can be accessed
either in direct or in indirect mode:
Module register number
Direct
0 ... 6

7 ... 8
9


10 ... 9,999
Rules Applying to
Indirect Register Access
Indirect

Please make sure at indirect register access, that MR 7 Index for Indirect
Register Access is not overwritten by another source.
Please keep to the following rules when applying indirect register access to
JX3 modules:
 In the application program, the registers may only be accessed within one
task.
 Simultaneous register access from various sources is not permitted.
Possible sources are:
 Various tasks of the application program in the controller
 JetSym setup
 Visualization
Related Topics
 Register Description for Indirect Register Access (see page 58)
 Example: Indirect Register Access (see page 57)
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Programming
Example: Indirect Register Access
Purpose of this Example
This example is to illustrate how module registers are written into in indirect
mode. The exact function of the digital filters used is not relevant.
Task
On a JX3-DIO16, the digital filters of the inputs IN1 to IN4 are to be set to
16 ms.
Solution
Via MR 263, the filter time is set to 16 ms. Then, the filters are activated via
MR 262. All module registers can be accessed in indirect mode.
Configuration
The example is based on the following configuration:
Number
JetSym ST Program
Component
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
I/O module number 33
3
JX3-DIO16
Digital I/O module
I/O module number 2
Var
// Index Register
Index : Int At %VL 3007;
// Value Register
Data : Int At %VL 3008;
End_Var;
Task 0
// Set index register to MR 263
Index := 263;
// Write value 7 to filter time in indirect mode in MR 263
Data := 7;
// Set index register to MR 262
Index := 262;
// Activate filter for IN 1 .. IN 4 in MR 262
BIT_SET(Data, 0);
BIT_SET(Data, 1);
BIT_SET(Data, 2);
BIT_SET(Data, 3);
// ...
End_Task;
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Module Registers for Indirect Register Access
MR 7
Index for Indirect Register Access
Via MR 7, a module register number for indirect register access is specified.
Module Register Properties
MR 8
Values
0 .. 9,999
Value after reset
9
Value for Indirect Register Access
Via MR 8, a module register value is read or written.
Module Register Properties
Values
58
Dependent on the specified module register number in MR 7
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Programming
5.3 Output of Voltages and Currents
Introduction
This chapter is to describe the procedure of voltage and current output at the
analog outputs.
Applications
The following applications are possible:
 Control of analog actuators with a voltage or a current interface.
Independence of Analog
Outputs
Each analog output can be configured and operated independently of other
analog outputs.
Contents
Topic
Page
Converting Digital Values into Analog Values ............................................... 60
Voltage Output .............................................................................................. 62
Current Output .............................................................................................. 64
Register Description: Voltage and Current Output ....................................... 66
Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-3xx.................................. 68
Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-24x ................................. 70
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Converting Digital Values into Analog Values
Converting Digital Values
into Analog Values Step
by Step
The JX3-AO4 module converts the digital values in module registers 2 to 5
into analog values step by step. Each analog output is operated individually
during this process.
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MR 2
MUL
DIV
D
U1/I1
A
X51
MR 3
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MUL
DIV
D
MR 4
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MUL
DIV
D
U2/I2
A
U3/I3
A
X52
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MR 5
MR 1y08
MR 1y09
MR 1y20
MR 1y21
Step
60
MR 1y22
MR 1y23
MUL
DIV
MR 1y24
MR 1y25
MR 1y26
MR 1y27
D
A
U4/I4
MR 1y01
MR 1y10
Description
1
Writing the analog output value into MR 2 to MR 5 as a digital value
2
Checking the limits and updating the trailing indicators
3
Cutting down the analog values to the configured limits
4
Converting of the analog output value according to the definitions of
user-defined scaling
5
Converting the digital value into an analog value
6
Voltage, respectively current is output at terminals X51 or X52
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Module Registers with y
Programming
The letter y designates module registers, the function of which is identical for
all four analog outputs. For y, enter the number of the analog output.
1
y
z
z
No.
Element
Meaning
1
y = 1 ... 4
Number of the analog output
2
zz = 0 ... 99
Continuous number
Related Topics






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Output of Voltages (see page 62)
Output of Currents (see page 64)
User-Defined Scaling (see page 74)
Monitoring of Limits (see page 85)
Trailing Indicator (see page 87)
Output of Error Values (see page 98)
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Voltage Output
U
Converting Digital Values
into Voltages
+10 V
-32768
+32767
MR[2..5]
MR [2..5]
-10 V
When a voltage range has been configured, the JX3-AO4 module converts a
digital value in linear mode into a voltage. Conversion is carried out according
to the following formula:
If voltage range 0 ... +10 V has been configured, negative voltages are not
output.
Overview of Registers
For voltage output, the following module registers are used:
Register
MR 2
Digital value of analog output 1 (y = 1)
MR 3
Digital value of analog output 2 (y = 2)
MR 4
Digital value of analog output 3 (y = 3)
MR 5
Digital value of analog output 4 (y = 4)
MR 1y07
Influence of
User-Defined Scaling
62
Description
Configuration of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
After power-up, user-defined scaling is deactivated and thus of no influence on
converting digital values in voltages. By means of user-defined scaling,
conversion of digital values into voltages can be modified. User-defined
scaling is not active before specifying two pairs of points.
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Example: Converting
Digital Values into
Voltages
Voltage Output
Programming
The following table contains digital values and voltages for the analog output
which correspond to these digital values.
Digital value
in MR 2 ... MR 5
Voltage range
-10 V ... +10 V
Voltage range
0 V ... +10 V
-32.768
-10.0003 V
0V
-16.383
-4.9998 V
0V
0
0V
0V
+16.383
+4.9998 V
+4.9998 V
+32.767
+10 V
+10 V
How to output a voltage at an analog output y:
Step
1
Action
Configure analog output y via MR 1y07.
If the voltage range ...
2
... then ...
is to be -10 V ... +10 V,
MR 1y07 := 1;
is to be 0 V ... +10 V,
MR 1y07 := 5;
Write a digital value for the analog outputs into MR 2 through MR 5.
If a new digital value for...

... then ...
Analog output 1 (y = 1),
MR 2 := new digital value.
Analog output 2 (y = 2),
MR 3 := new digital value.
Analog output 3 (y = 3),
MR 4 := new digital value.
Analog output 4 (y = 4),
MR 5 := new digital value.
Result:
At the analog output, a voltage is output.
Related Topics
 Register Description: Voltage and Current Output (see page 66)
 Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-24x (see page 70)
 Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-3xx (see page 68)
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Current Output
I
Converting Digital Values
into Currents
20 mA
-32768
+32767
MR[2..5]
MR [2..5]
When a current range has been configured, the JX3-AO4 module converts - in
linear mode - a digital value into a current. Conversion is carried out according
to the following formula:
Overview of Registers
For current output, the following module registers are used:
Register
MR 2
Digital value of analog output 1 (y = 1)
MR 3
Digital value of analog output 2 (y = 2)
MR 4
Digital value of analog output 3 (y = 3)
MR 5
Digital value of analog output 4 (y = 4)
MR 1y07
Influence of
User-Defined Scaling
64
Description
Configuration of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
By means of user-defined scaling, conversion of digital values into a current
can be modified. After power-up, user-defined scaling is deactivated.
User-defined scaling is not active before specifying two pairs of points.
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Example: Converting
Digital Values into
Currents
Programming
The following table contains digital values and currents for the analog output
which correspond to these digital values.
Digital value in MR 2 ... MR 5
Current Output
Current range 0 ... 20 mA
<0
0 mA
0
0 mA
+ 16.383
9.99969 mA
+ 32.767
20 mA
How to output a current at analog output y:
Step
1
Action
Configure analog output y via MR 1y07.
If ...
thr current range is to be
0 ... 20 mA,
... then ...
MR 1y07 := 6.
2
Configure the user-defined scaling function.
After power-up, user-defined scaling is deactivated.
3
Write the new digital values for the analog outputs into module registers 2
through 5.
If a new digital value for...

... then ...
Analog output 1 (y = 1),
MR 2 := new digital value.
Analog output 2 (y = 2),
MR 3 := new digital value.
Analog output 3 (y = 3),
MR 4 := new digital value.
Analog output 4 (y = 4),
MR 5 := new digital value.
Result:
At the analog output, a current is output.
Related Topics
 Register Description: Voltage and Current Output (see page 66)
 Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-24x (see page 70)
 Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-3xx (see page 68)
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Register Description: Voltage and Current Output
MR 2
Digital Value of Analog Output 1
The value in this module register is output as an analog value at terminal
X51.U1+ respectively X51.I1+.
Module Register Properties
Values
MR 3
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-32,768 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 32,767
Digital Value of Analog Output 2
The value in this module register is output as an analog value at terminal
X51.U2+ respectively X51.I2+.
Module Register Properties
Values
MR 4
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-32,768 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 32,767
Digital Value of Analog Output 3
The value in this module register is output as an analog value at terminal
X52.U3+ respectively X52.I3+.
Module Register Properties
Values
66
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-32,768 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 32,767
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MR 5
Programming
Digital Value of Analog Output 4
The value in this module register is output as an analog value at terminal
X52.U4+ respectively X52.I4+.
Module Register Properties
Values
MR 1y07
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-32,768 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... 32,767
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 32,767
Configuration of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Via module register 1y07, voltage and current ranges of analog output y are
configured.
Module Register Properties
Values
Value following a
reset
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Configuration for Analog Output y: -10 V ... +10 V
5:
Configuration for Analog Output y: 0 V ... +10 V
6:
Configuration for Analog Output y: 0 mA ... 20 mA
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Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-3xx
Solution
After power-up, the analog outputs are configured via MR 1y07 Configuration
Analog Output y.
Configuration
This example is based on the following configuration:
D2
R
E D1 D2
JX3-DI16
E
JX3-AO4
R
X19
S11
RUN
BUS OUT
ETHERNET
X14
D2
2
3
4
6
7
8
X51
X21
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
X61
Number
SD-CARD
SER
X10
DC24V
1,2A
0V
I1+
1
1
0V
2
2
0V
3
3
SHLD
4
4
U2+
5
5
I2+
6
0V
7
0V
8
SHLD
0V
X52
X15
X11
POWER
E
1
5
13 14 15 16
LOAD
STOP
68
R
9 10 11 12
Jetter
JX3-DIO16
The analog outputs of a JX3-AO4 module are to be configured to various
voltage and current ranges.
JC-360
Task
X22
6
7
8
0V
X32
I3+
9
9
0V
10
10
0V
11
11
SHLD
12
12
U4+
13
13
I4+
14
14
0V
15
15
0V
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
Element
Description
1
JC-3xx
Controller
2
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
Module # 2
3
Analog output 1
Voltage range -10 V ... +10 V
4
Analog output 2
Voltage range 0 V ... +10 V
5
Analog output 3
Current range 0 mA ... 20 mA
6
Analog output 4
Voltage range 0 V ... +10 V
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Programming
// Type declaration of the module registers
Type
TYPE_JX3_AO4:
Struct
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 .. MR 5
AnalogOut_1 : Int At 2*4;
AnalogOut_2 : Int At 3*4;
AnalogOut_3 : Int At 2*4;
AnalogOut_4 : Int At 2*4;
// Configuration registers of the analog outputs
Config_1
: Int At 1107*4;
Config_2
: Int At 1207*4;
Config_3
: Int At 1307*4;
Config_4
: Int At 1407*4;
End_Struct;
End_Type;
Var
// Variable declaration of module JX3-AO4
JX3AO4_02 : TYPE_JX3_AO4 At %VL 100020000;
End_Var;
Task main Autorun
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4_02.Config_1 := 1;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4_02.Config_2 := 5;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4_02.Config_3 := 6;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4_02.Config_4 := 5;
output 1 to -10 V ... +10 V
output 2 to 0 V ... +10 V
output 3 to 0 mA ... 20 mA
output 4 to 0 V ... +10 V
// Output of -5V at analog output 1
JX3AO4_02.AnalogOut_1 := -5 * 32767 / 10;
// Output of +5 V at analog output 2
JX3AO4_02.AnalogOut_2 := 5 * 32767 / 10;
// Output of 12 mA at analog output 3
JX3AO4_02.AnalogOut_3 := 12 * 32767 / 20;
// Output of 10 V at analog output 4
JX3AO4_02.AnalogOut_4 := 10 * 32767 / 10;
// ...
End_Task;
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Example: Configuring the Analog Outputs via JC-24x
Solution
After power-up, the analog outputs are configured via MR 1y07 Configuration
of Analog Output y.
Configuration
This example is based on the following configuration:
STOP
SER1
SER2
LOAD
Jetter
ADDRESS
S31
HIGH
S32
MID
JetWeb
JC-246
INPUT
S33
LOW
INPUT
R
E D1 D2
X18
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
R
E D1 D2
Jetter
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
RUN
JX3-AO4
The analog outputs of a JX3-AO4 module are to be configured to various
voltage and current ranges.
JX3-BN-CAN
Task
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
X19
0V
SHLD
24V
X52
RUN
BUS OUT
5V
ERR
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
Number
70
Component
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
3
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
I/O module number 2
4
Analog output # 1
Voltage range -10 V ... +10 V
5
Analog output # 2
Voltage range 0 V ... +10 V
6
Analog output # 3
Current range 0 mA ... 20 mA
7
Analog output # 4
Voltage range 0 V ... +10 V
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Programming
Var
JX3AO4 : Struct
// Status and command MR 0, MR 1
State
: Int;
Command
: Int;
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 .. MR 5
AnalogOut_1 : Int;
AnalogOut_2 : Int;
AnalogOut_3 : Int;
AnalogOut_4 : Int;
zz_Dummy
: Int;
// Registers for indirect register access MR 7, MR8
Index
: Int;
Data
: Int;
// Operating system version MR 9
Version
: Int;
End_Struct At %VL 3000;
End_Var;
Task 0
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4.Index := 1107;
JX3AO4.Data := 1;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4.Index := 1207;
JX3AO4.Data := 5;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4.Index := 1307;
JX3AO4.Data := 6;
// Configuration of analog
JX3AO4.Index := 1407;
JX3AO4.Data := 5;
output 1 to -10 V ... +10 V
output 2 to 0 V ... +10 V
output 3 to 0 mA ... 20 mA
output 4 to 0 V ... +10 V
// Output of -5V at analog output 1
JX3AO4.AnalogOut_1 := -5 * 32767 / 10;
// Output of +5 V at analog output 2
JX3AO4.AnalogOut_2 := 5 * 32767 / 10;
// Output of 12 mA at analog output 3
JX3AO4.AnalogOut_3 := 12 * 32767 / 20;
// Output of 10 V at analog output 4
JX3AO4.AnalogOut_4 := 10 * 32767 / 10;
// ...
End_Task;
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5.4 Additional Features
Introduction
For each analog output, various additional features can be configured.
Applications
The following applications can be carried out with the help of additional
features:
 Default physical values. The value is converted into the respective analog
value on the JX3-AO4 module
 Evaluation of the greatest throughput having been set at a proportional
valve
 Monitoring for a certain pressure value having been exceeded at a
proportional value
 Limiting the voltage at the analog output
 Default behavior under fault condition
 By means of the oscilloscope function, values of various module registers

can be recorded
etc.
Contents
Topic
Page
User-Defined Scaling .................................................................................... 73
Limit Monitoring, Trailing Indicator, Cutting Off, and Forcing ........................ 84
Output of Error Values .................................................................................. 97
Oscilloscope ................................................................................................ 106
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5.4.1
Programming
User-Defined Scaling
Introduction
User-defined scaling offers the possibility to work with physical values. The
physical value is converted into the respective analog value on the JX3-AO4
module.
Applications
The following applications can be carried out with the help of user-defined
scaling:
 Specification of the flow rate in [ml/min] at connecting a proportional valve
 Specification of speed in [ml/min] at connecting a frequency converter
 etc.
Module Registers with
Physical Values
The following module registers contain a physical value at active user-defined
scaling:





Dependence of Analog
Outputs
MR 2 through 5: Digital value for the analog output
MR 1y08 and MR 1y09: Upper and lower limit
MR 1y20 and MR1y21: Upper and lower trailing indicator
MR 1y22 and MR 1y23: Upper and lower voltage limitations
MR 1y04: Error value
User-defined scaling can be configured for each analog output individually.
Contents
Topic
Page
Function of User-Defined Scaling ................................................................. 74
Configuring User-Defined Scaling ................................................................ 76
Register Description: User-Defined Scaling ................................................. 78
Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-3xx ........................................... 80
Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-24x ........................................... 82
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Function of User-Defined Scaling
Behavior after Power-Up
After power-up, user-defined scaling is deactivated.
Activating User-Defined
Scaling
User-defined scaling is activated by specifying two pairs of points. The
JX3-AO4 module then calculates an offset, multiplier and divisor for scaling
the digital values.
Calculating the Voltage
at Terminal X51/X52
The voltages being output by the JX3-AO4 module at terminals X51/X52, are
calculated by the following formula:
Element
Calculating the Current
at Terminal X51/X52
Meaning
ay
Voltage at the analog output
dy
Digital value in MR 2 ... MR 5
OFFSET
Internal offset for calculation
MUL
Internal multiplier for calculation
DIV
Internal divisor for calculation
The currents being output by the JX3-AO4 module at terminals X51/X52, are
calculated by the following formula:
Element
Operating Principle
Meaning
ay
Current at the analog output
dy
Digital value in MR 2 ... MR 5
OFFSET
Internal offset for calculation
MUL
Internal multiplier for calculation
DIV
Internal divisor for calculation
User-defined scaling is carried out taking the following steps:
Step
74
Description
1
Addition of an OFFSET to digital value dy
The intermediate result is a 32-bit value
2
Multiplication by factor MUL
The intermediate result is a 32-bit value
3
Division by divisor DIV
The result is a 16-bit value
4
Converting the digital value into an analog value
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Programming
Step
5
Description
Output of the analog value ay at analog output y
Related Topics
 Register Description: User-Defined Scaling (see page 78)
 Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-24x (see page 82)
 Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-3xx (see page 80)
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Configuring User-Defined Scaling
Overview of Registers
For configuration of user-defined scaling, the following module registers are
used:
Register
Point Pairs of
User-Defined Scaling
Description
MR 1y24
1. Voltage/current value for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y25
1. Digital value for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y26
2. Voltage/current value for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y27
2. Digital value for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Configuration of user-defined scaling is carried out by defining two pairs of
points. Each pair of points consists of a voltage respectively current value and
a digital value.
+10 V / 20 mA
MR 1y24
1
MR 1y27
32767
-32768
[digits]
MR 1y25
2
MR 1y26
-10 V
Number
Configuring
User-Defined Scaling
76
Element
1
First pair of points
2
Second pair of points
Step
Action
1
Set the first voltage / current value in MR 1y24.
2
Set the first digital value in MR 1y25.
3
Set the second voltage / current value in MR 1y26.
4
Set the second digital value in MR 1y27.
Now, the JX3-AO4 module starts calculation of the conversion formula.

Result: User-defined scaling is active.
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Programming
Related Topics
 Register Description: User-Defined Scaling (see page 78)
 Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-24x (see page 82)
 Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-3xx (see page 80)
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Register Description: User-Defined Scaling
MR 1y24
1. Voltage/Current Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The voltage/current value of the first pair of points is entered into MR 1y24.
Module Register Properties
Values
MR 1y25
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-10,000 .. + 10,000 [mV]
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... + 10,000 [mV]
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 20,000 [µA]
Value after reset
-10,000
Takes effect
after writing into MR 1y27
1. Digital Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The digital value of the first pair of points is entered into MR 1y25.
Module Register Properties
MR 1y26
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value after reset
-32,768
Takes effect
after writing into MR 1y27
2. Voltage/Current Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The voltage/current value of the second pair of points is entered into MR 1y26.
Module Register Properties
Values
78
Configuration -10 V ... +10 V:
-10,000 .. + 10,000 [mV]
Configuration 0 V ... +10 V:
0 ... + 10,000 [mV]
Configuration 0 mA ... 20 mA:
0 ... 20,000 [µA]
Value after reset
10,000
Takes effect
after writing into MR 1y27
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MR 1y27
Programming
2. Digital Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The digital value of the second pair of points is entered into MR 1y27. After
writing into MR 1y27, the JX3-AO4 module starts calculation of the conversion
formula.
Module Register Properties
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Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value after reset
32,767
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Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-3xx
Task
By means of a pneumatic proportional valve with a current interface, a
pressure of 0 to 6 bar is to be set. The proportional valve controls the pressure
to 0 bar, if 4 mA have been connected to the current input. If 20 mA have been
connected to the current input, the pressure is controlled to 6 bar.
Solution
User-defined scaling on the JX3-AO4 module is configured in a way that the
pressure is directly output in millibar as a digital value. Configure user-defined
scaling by defining the following pairs of points:
Current Value
MR 1y24 := 4,000 [µA]
MR 1y25 := 0 [mBar]
MR 1y26 := 20,000 [µA]
MR 1y27 := 6,000 [mBar]
D2
R
E D1 D2
X19
S11
RUN
BUS OUT
ETHERNET
X14
D2
2
3
4
6
7
8
X51
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
X21
X61
SD-CARD
SER
POWER
X10
I1+
1
1
0V
2
2
0V
3
3
SHLD
4
4
U2+
5
5
I2+
6
0V
7
0V
8
SHLD
0V
X52
X15
X11
DC24V
1,2A
0V
Number
X22
6
7
8
0V
X32
I3+
9
9
0V
10
10
0V
11
11
SHLD
12
12
U4+
13
13
I4+
14
14
0V
15
15
0V
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
Element
Description
1
JC-3xx
Controller
2
JX3-AO4
Analog output module, module number 2
3
JX3-xxx
Further JX3 modules
4
X51
Terminal for connecting the proportional valve
The example program is processed in the following sequence:
Step
80
E
1
5
13 14 15 16
LOAD
STOP
Processing the Example
Program
R
9 10 11 12
Jetter
JX3-DIO16
E
JX3-AO4
R
JX3-DI16
This example is based on the following configuration:
JC-360
Configuration
Digital Value
Description
1
Configuration of the analog output 1 as a current output
2
Configuration of the first pair of points
3
Configuration of the second pair of points
4
Defining a pressure value at the proportional valve
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JetSym STX Program
Programming
// Type declaration of the module registers
Type
TYPE_JX3_AO4:
Struct
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 .. MR 5
AnalogOut_1 : Int At 2*4;
AnalogOut_2 : Int At 3*4;
AnalogOut_3 : Int At 4*4;
AnalogOut_4 : Int At 5*4;
// Configuration registers of analog output 1
Config_1
: Int At 1107*4;
// Configuration register 1st pair of points
UserUI1_1
: Int At 1124*4;
UserDig1_1 : Int At 1125*4;
// Configuration register 2nd pair of points
UserUI2_1
: Int At 1126*4;
UserDig2_1 : Int At 1127*4;
End_Struct;
End_Type;
Var
// Variable declaration of module JX3-AO4
JX3AO4_02 : TYPE_JX3_AO4 At %VL 100020000;
End_Var;
Task main Autorun
// Configuration of output 1 to 0 ... 20 mA
JX3AO4_02.Config_1 := 6;
// set the first pair of points:
// current = 4000 uA
JX3AO4_02.UserUI1_1 := 4000;
// digital value = 0 mbar
JX3AO4_02.UserDig1_1 := 0;
// set the second pair of points:
// current = 20000 uA
JX3AO4_02.UserUI2_1 := 20000;
// digital value = 6000 mbar
JX3AO4_02.UserDig2_1 := 6000;
// set a pressure of 4 bar
JX3AO4_02.AnalogOut_1 := 4000;
//
...
End_Task;
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Example: Scaling a Pressure Value via JC-24x
Task
By means of a pneumatic proportional valve with a current interface, a
pressure of 0 to 6 bar is to be set. The proportional valve controls the pressure
to 0 bar, if 4 mA have been connected to the current input. If 20 mA have been
connected to the current input, the pressure is controlled to 6 bar.
Solution
User-defined scaling on the JX3-AO4 module is configured in a way that the
pressure is directly output in millibar as a digital value. Configure user-defined
scaling by defining the following pairs of points:
Current value
MR 1y24 := 4,000 [µA]
MR 1y25 := 0 [mBar]
MR 1y26 := 20,000 [µA]
MR 1y27 := 6,000 [mBar]
STOP
RUN
SER1
SER2
LOAD
Jetter
ADDRESS
S31
HIGH
S32
MID
S33
LOW
JetWeb
JC-246
INPUT
INPUT
R
E D1 D2
JX3-AO4
JX3-BN-CAN
This example is based on the following configuration:
X18
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
R
E D1 D2
Jetter
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
Configuration
Digital value
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
X19
ERR
0V
SHLD
24V
X52
RUN
BUS OUT
5V
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
Number
Processing the Example
Program
0V
SHLD
Component
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
3
JX3-AO4
Analog output module, I/O module number 2
4
X51
Terminal for connecting the proportional valve
The example program is processed in the following sequence:
Stage
82
I4+
0V
Description
1
Configuration of the analog output 1 as a current output
2
Configuration of the first pair of points
3
Configuration of the second pair of points
4
Defining a pressure value at the proportional valve
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JetSym ST Program
Programming
Var
JX3AO4 : Struct
// Status and command MR 0, MR 1
State
: Int;
Command
: Int;
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 .. MR 5
AnalogOut_1 : Int;
AnalogOut_2 : Int;
AnalogOut_3 : Int;
AnalogOut_4 : Int;
zz_Dummy
: Int;
// Registers for indirect register access MR 7, MR8
Index
: Int;
Data
: Int;
// Operating system version MR 9
Version
: Int;
End_Struct At %VL 3000;
End_Var;
Task 0
// Configuration of output 1 to 0 ... 20 mA
JX3AO4.Index := 1107;
JX3AO4.Data := 6;
// set the first pair of points:
// current = 4000 uA
JX3AO4.Index := 1124;
JX3AO4.Data := 4000;
// Digital value = 0
JX3AO4.Index := 1125;
JX3AO4.Data := 0;
// set the second pair of points:
// current = 20000 uA
JX3AO4.Index := 1126;
JX3AO4.Data := 20000;
// digital value = 6000 mbar
JX3AO4.Index := 1127;
JX3AO4.Data := 6000;
// setting a pressure of 4 bar
JX3AO4.AnalogOut_1 := 4000;
//
...
End_Task;
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5.4.2
Limit Monitoring, Trailing Indicator, Cutting Off, and
Forcing
Introduction
This chapter deals with four additional features of the JX3-AO4 module.
Contents
Topic
Page
Monitoring Limit Values ................................................................................. 85
Trailing Indicator ............................................................................................ 87
Upper and Lower Capping ............................................................................ 89
Forcing the Analog Outputs .......................................................................... 91
Register Description ...................................................................................... 93
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Programming
Monitoring Limit Values
Introduction
For each analog output, the user can set an individual limit. The JX3-AO4
module checks every value in MR 2 to 5 Digital Value of Analog Output y for
being within the limits.
[digits]
32767
t [s]
-32768
Number
Overview of Registers
Description
1
Upper limit, MR 1y09
2
Lower limit, MR 1y08
3
Digital value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4), MR 2 through 5
To configure limit value monitoring, use the following module registers:
Register
MR 0
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Description
Module state
MR 1y00
State of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y08
Lower limit of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y09
Upper limit of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
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Operating Principle
The module JX3-AO4 checks the limit values in the following way:
Step
Description
1
The module is assigned a new value in MR 2 to 5 Digital Value of Analog
Output y.
2
The module compares the value within MR 2 through 5 with the limit
values in MR 1y08 and 1y09.
If the digital value of analog
output y ...
Configuring the
Monitoring of Limit
Values
... then ...
< MR 1y08,
Bit 19 = 1 is set in MR 0, and
Bit 19 = 1 MR 1y00 is set.
> MR 1y09,
Bit 20 = 1 is set in MR 0, and
Bit 20 = 1 MR 1y00 is set.
Step
Action
1
Setting the lower limit for the analog output in y MR 1y08.
2
Enter the upper limit for analog output y into MR 1y09.

Result:
Now, the JX3-AO4 module checks at regular intervals whether the digital
value of the analog module is within the limits.
Acknowledgement of
Values Exceeding the
Limits
Step
Action
1
Clear bit 19 respectively bit 20 in MR 1y00 Status of Analog Output y.
2
Delete bit 19, resp. bit 20 in MR 0 Module State.
Related Topics
 Register Description of Additional Features (see page 93)
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Programming
Trailing Indicator
Introduction
The JX3-AO4 module checks every value in MR 2 to 5 Digital value of analog
output y. Both the greatest and smallest value since start-up are stored as
trailing indicators. The values of the trailing indicators get lost when the
module is switched off.
[digits]
32767
t [s]
-32768
Number
Overview of Registers
Description
1
Trailing indicator for peak value, MR 1y21
2
Trailing indicator for minimum value, MR 1y20
3
Digital value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4), MR 2 through 5
For monitoring trailing indicators, the following module registers are used:
Register
Operating Principle
Description
MR 1y20
Trailing indicator: Minimum value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y21
Trailing indicator: Maximum value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The JX3-AO4 module checks the trailing indicators as follows:
Stage
1
2
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Description
The module is assigned a new value in MR 2 to 5 Digital Value of Analog
Output y.
If the digital value of analog
output y ...
... then ...
< MR 1y20 is,
MR 1y20 :=
Digital Value of Analog Output y.
> MR 1y21 is,
MR 1y21 :=
Digital Value of Analog Output y.
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Initializing the Trailing
Indicators
After power-up, the JX3-AO4 module initializes the trailing indicators for the
minimum and maximum value automatically.
Related Topics
 Register Description of Additional Features (see page 93)
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Programming
Upper and Lower Capping
Introduction
The JX3-AO4 module checks every value in MR 2 to 5 Digital Value of Analog
Output y for an upper and lower capping value. At exceeding or falling below
the capping values, the value is restricted to these.
[digits]
32767
t [s]
-32768
Number
Overview of Registers
Description
1
Upper capping, MR 1y23
2
Lower capping, MR 1y22
3
Digital value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4), MR 2 through 5
To monitor cutting off, the following module registers are used:
Register
Operating Principle
Description
MR 1y22
Lower capping of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y23
Upper capping of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The JX3-AO4 module checks the capping values as follows:
Stage
1
2
3
Behavior after Power-Up
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Description
The module is assigned a new value in MR 2 to 5 Digital Value of Analog
Output y.
If the digital value of analog
output y ...
... then ...
< MR 1y22 is,
Digital Value of Analog Output
y := MR 1y22.
> MR 1y23 is,
Digital Value of Analog Output
y := MR 1y23.
Processing the limited analog output value and output at terminals X51 or
X52.
Capping is not active after power-up.
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Configuring of Capping
Limits
Step
Action
1
For configuring the voltage limitations, write into MR 1y22 Lower Capping
and into MR 1y23 Upper Capping.

Result: Capping is effective immediately.
Related Topics
 Register Description of Additional Features (see page 93)
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Programming
Forcing the Analog Outputs
Introduction
At forcing the analog outputs, the JX3-AO4 module outputs a configurable
voltage and current value at the analog outputs. This voltage or current value
is independent from the value of MR 2 bis 5 Digital value of analog output y.
MR 2
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MR 1104
MUL
DIV
D
U1/I1
A
X51
MR 3
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MUL
DIV
D
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MUL
DIV
D
MR 1204
MR 4
MR 1304
U2/I2
A
U3/I3
A
X52
MR 5
a = (d + OFF) ⋅
MR 1404
MUL
DIV
D
A
U4/I4
MR 1y01
Stage
Overview of Registers
Description
1
Writing the value of the analog output value as a digital value to MR 2
through MR 5, or the default forcing value to MR 1y04.
2
Activating the forcing function via MR 1y01 Command for Analog Output y.
3
Converting digital values into analog values
4
Voltage, respectively current output at terminals X51 or X52
For monitoring the forcing process, the following module registers are used:
Register
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Description
MR 1y00
Status of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y01
Command for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y04
Forcing value of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
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Activating the Forcing
Function
Step
Action
1
Activating the forcing function via MR 1y01 Command for Analog Output y.
MR 1y01 := 31
Result:
Bit 23 = 1 is set in MR 0 and MR 1y00
2
Deactivating the Forcing
Function
Setting the forcing value for the analog output in y MR 1y04.
Step
1
Action
Deactivating the forcing function via MR 1y01 Command for Analog
Output y.
MR 1y01 := 30
Result:
Bit 23 = 0 is set in MR 0 and MR 1y00
2
Activating an analog value via MR 2 through 5 Digital Value of Analog
Output y.
Related Topics
 Register Description of Additional Features (see page 93)
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Programming
Register Description
MR 0
Module state
In MR 0 Module state, the module signalizes status and error messages of the
module.
Meaning of the individual bits
Bit 0
Hardware error
1=
Bit 4
Error regarding reference values
1=
Bit 6
Bit 30
The upper limit of at least one analog output has been exceeded.
The upper limit is specified in MR 1y09.
Collective bit "Forcing is active"
1=
Bit 24
The value of at least one analog output has fallen below the lower
limit. The lower limit is specified in MR 1y08.
Collective bit "The upper limit has been exceeded"
1=
Bit 23
At least one internal auxiliary voltage has exceeded the permitted
limits
Collective bit "The lower limit has been fallen below"
1=
Bit 20
Error while writing analog output values
Error regarding internal voltages
1=
Bit 19
The reference values are invalid
DA converter error
1=
Bit 7
There is a hardware error.
Forcing is active for at least one analog output
Monitoring of internal voltages
0=
Monitoring has been deactivated
1=
Monitoring is active
Synchronous data exchange
1=
Between the JX3-AO4 module and the bus node, respectively the
JetControl 3xx synchronous data exchange takes place.
Module Register Properties
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Type of access
Read
Value after reset
Depending on state and error messages of the module
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MR 1y00
State of Analog Output y
Via MR 1y00, the module transmits state report of analog output y.
Meaning of the Individual Bits
Bit 8
Bit 19
Writing error values
0=
Under fault condition, write present output value
1=
Write analog output value configured under fault condition out of
MR 1y10
Lower limit has been fallen below
1=
Bit 20
The upper limit has been exceeded
1=
Bit 23
The lower limit configured in MR 1y08 has been fallen below
The upper limit configured in MR 1y09 has been exceeded
The forcing function is active
1=
Forcing is active for analog output y
Module Register Properties
MR 1y01
Access
Read
Value after reset
0x00000100
Commands for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Via MR 1y01, specific functions are configured for analog output y.
Commands
20
Leave the analog value unchanged under fault condition
The value at the analog output remains unchanged.
21
Output the error value under fault condition
Under fault condition, an analog value is calculated out of MR 1y10 by user
scaling. Then, the analog value is output.
30
Deactivation of forcing
At the analog outputs, the value of MR 2 through 5 is output.
31
Activation of forcing
At the analog outputs, the value of MR 1y04 is output.
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MR 1y04
Programming
Forcing Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The forcing value is output at analog output y at active forcing.
Module Register Properties
MR 1y08
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
0
Lower Limit of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Module Register Properties
MR 1y09
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
-32,768
Upper Limit of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Module Register Properties
MR 1y20
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
32,767
Trailing Indicator: Minimum Value of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y20 contains the lowest digital value that has been output at analog
output y so far.
Module Register Properties
MR 1y21
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
32,767
Trailing Indicator: Peak Value of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y21 contains the greatest digital value that has been output at analog
output y so far.
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Module Register Properties
MR 1y22
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
-32,768
Lower Capping of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The module limits each new digital value for analog output y to the lower
capping value.
Module Register Properties
MR 1y23
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
-32,768
Upper Capping of Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The module limits each new digital value for analog output y to the upper
capping value.
Module Register Properties
96
Values
-32,768 ... 32,767
Value following a
reset
32,767
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5.4.3
Programming
Output of Error Values
Introduction
For each analog output, the user can set an error value, respectively a specific
behavior under fault condition. Under fault condition, the JX3-AO4 module
then outputs the configured value at the analog output.
Fault Condition
Under the following fault condition, the error values are written to the analog
outputs:
 No cyclic data exchange with the bus head or the controller
Applications
The following applications can be carried out by means of the error values:
 At a line break between bus head and controller, the JX3-AO4 module
outputs a voltage of 0 V to a connected proportional valve. The proportional
valve blocks the flow.
 etc.
Contents
Topic
Page
Configuring Error Values............................................................................... 98
Register Description - Output of Error Values ............................................ 100
Example: Output of Error Values via JC-3xx .............................................. 102
Example: Output of Error Values via JC-24x .............................................. 104
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Configuring Error Values
Introduction
If the JX3-AO4 module recognizes a fault condition, the module outputs a
configurable voltage, respectively a configurable current at the analog outputs.
Under the following fault condition, the error values are written to the analog
outputs:
 Interruption of cyclic data exchange with the bus head or controller.
Overview of Registers
For configuring error values, the following module registers are used:
Register
Function
Description
MR 1y00
State of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y01
Command for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
MR 1y10
Error value for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Error values are output in the following stages:
Stage
Description
1
The JX3-AO4 module recognizes a fault condition.
2
The module checks the values to be output at analog outputs 1 through 4.
If ...
Behavior after Power-Up
98
... then ...
the present analog value is to be
output,
Bit 8 = 0 in MR 1y00,
the analog value at the analog
output remains unchanged.
the error value is to be output
Bit 8 = 1 in MR 1y00,
out of the error value in MR 1y10, an
analog value is calculated and
output by means of user-defined
scaling.
Under fault condition, 0 V, respectively 0 mA, are output at all analog outputs
after power-up.
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Configuring Error Values
Programming
Step
1
Action
Specifying the behavior under fault condition via MR 1y01 Command for
Analog Output y.
If in case of an error ...
the analog value is to remain
unchanged,
... then ...
MR 1y01 := 20;
Result:
Bit 8 = 0 in MR 1y00.
a certain value is to be output,
MR 1y01 := 21; and
MR 1y10 := Value;
Result:
Bit 8 = 1 in MR 1y00.
Related Topics
 Register Description - Output of Error Values (see page 100)
 Example: Output of Error Values via JC-24x (see page 104)
 Example: Output of Error Values via JC-3xx (see page 102)
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Register Description - Output of Error Values
MR 1y00
State of Analog Output y
Via MR 1y00, the module transmits state report of analog output y.
Meaning of the Individual Bits
Bit 8
Bit 19
Writing error values
0=
Under fault condition, write present output value
1=
Write analog output value configured under fault condition out of
MR 1y10
Lower limit has been fallen below
1=
Bit 20
The upper limit has been exceeded
1=
Bit 23
The lower limit configured in MR 1y08 has been fallen below
The upper limit configured in MR 1y09 has been exceeded
The forcing function is active
1=
Forcing is active for analog output y
Module Register Properties
100
Access
Read
Value after reset
0x00000100
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MR 1y01
Programming
Commands for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Via MR 1y01, specific functions are configured for analog output y.
Commands
20
Leave the analog value unchanged under fault condition
The value at the analog output remains unchanged.
21
Output the error value under fault condition
Under fault condition, an analog value is calculated out of MR 1y10 by user
scaling. Then, the analog value is output.
30
Deactivation of forcing
At the analog outputs, the value of MR 2 through 5 is output.
31
Activation of forcing
At the analog outputs, the value of MR 1y04 is output.
MR 1y10
Error Value for Analog Output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Via MR 1y10, the error value is configured for analog output y.
Module Register Properties
Values
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-32,768 ... 32, 767
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Example: Output of Error Values via JC-3xx
Solution
Via MR 1y01 and MR 1y04, the behavior under fault condition and the error
values are configured.
Configuration
This example is based on the following configuration:
D2
R
E D1 D2
JX3-DI16
E
JX3-AO4
R
X19
S11
RUN
BUS OUT
ETHERNET
X14
X61
X10
DC24V
1,2A
0V
Number
SD-CARD
SER
POWER
D2
2
3
4
6
7
8
X51
X21
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
I1+
1
1
0V
2
2
0V
3
3
SHLD
4
4
U2+
5
5
I2+
6
0V
7
0V
8
SHLD
0V
X52
X15
X11
102
E
1
5
13 14 15 16
LOAD
STOP
JetSym STX Program
R
9 10 11 12
Jetter
JX3-DIO16
At the analog outputs of a JX3-AO4 module, defined values are to be output
when the connection to the controller is interrupted.
JC-360
Task
X22
6
7
8
0V
X32
I3+
9
9
0V
10
10
0V
11
11
SHLD
12
12
U4+
13
13
I4+
14
14
0V
15
15
0V
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
Element
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
Module # 2
3
Analog output 1
Under fault condition: 10 V
4
Analog output 2
Under fault condition: unchanged
5
Analog output 3
Under fault condition: 12 mA
6
Analog output 4
Under fault condition: -5 V
// Type declaration of the module registers
Type
TYPE_JX3_AO4:
Struct
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 ..
AnalogOut_1 : Int At 2*4;
AnalogOut_2 : Int At 3*4;
AnalogOut_3 : Int At 4*4;
AnalogOut_4 : Int At 5*4;
// Configuration registers of analog output
Command_1
: Int At 1101*4;
ErrorVal_1 : Int At 1110*4;
// Configuration registers of analog output
Command_2
: Int At 1201*4;
ErrorVal_2 : Int At 1210*4;
// Configuration registers of analog output
Command_3
: Int At 1301*4;
ErrorVal_3 : Int At 1310*4;
// Configuration registers of analog output
MR 5
1
2
3
4
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Programming
Command_4
ErrorVal_4
End_Struct;
End_Type;
: Int At 1401*4;
: Int At 1410*4;
Var
// Variable declaration of module JX3-AO4
JX3AO4_02 : TYPE_JX3_AO4 At %VL 100020000;
End_Var;
Task main Autorun
// Configuration of analog output 1: Output an error value
JX3AO4_02.Command_1 := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: 10 V
JX3AO4_02.ErrorVal_1 := 10 * 32767 / 10;
// Configuration of analog output 2: unchanged
JX3AO4_02.Command_2 := 20;
// Configuration of analog output 3: Output an error value
JX3AO4_02.Command_3 := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: 12 mA
JX3AO4_02.ErrorVal_3 := 12 * 32767 / 20;
// Configuration of analog output 4: Output an error value
JX3AO4_02.Command_4 := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: -5 V
JX3AO4_02.ErrorVal_4 := -5 * 32767 / 10;
// ...
End_Task;
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Example: Output of Error Values via JC-24x
Solution
Via MR 1y01 and MR 1y04, the behavior under fault condition and the error
values are configured.
Configuration
This example is based on the following configuration:
STOP
SER1
SER2
LOAD
Jetter
ADDRESS
S31
HIGH
S32
MID
JetWeb
JC-246
INPUT
S33
LOW
INPUT
R
E D1 D2
X18
OUTPUT
1
2
9
10
1
2
3
4
11
12
3
4
5
6
13
14
5
6
7
8
15
16
7
8
R
E D1 D2
Jetter
X51
I1+
0V
BUS IN
RUN
JX3-AO4
At the analog outputs of a JX3-AO4 module, defined values are to be output
when the connection to the controller is interrupted.
JX3-BN-CAN
Task
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
X19
0V
SHLD
24V
X52
RUN
BUS OUT
5V
ERR
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
X10
DC24V
0,5A
0V
Number
104
Element
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
Description
1
JC-24x
Controller
2
JX3-BN-CAN
Bus head for JX2 system bus
3
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
I/O module number 2
4
Analog output # 1
Under fault condition: 10 V
5
Analog output # 2
Under fault condition: unchanged
6
Analog output # 3
Under fault condition: 12 mA
7
Analog output # 4
Under fault condition: -5 V
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JetSym ST Program
Programming
Var
JX3AO4 : Struct
// State and command MR 0, MR 1
State
: Int;
Command
: Int;
// Digital value for analog outputs MR 2 .. MR 5
AnalogOut_1 : Int;
AnalogOut_2 : Int;
AnalogOut_3 : Int;
AnalogOut_4 : Int;
zz_Dummy
: Int;
// Registers for indirect register access MR 7, MR8
Index
: Int;
Data
: Int;
// Operating system version MR 9
Version
: Int;
End_Struct At %VL 3000;
End_Var;
Task 0
// ...
// Configuration of analog output 1: Output an error value
JX3AO4.Index := 1101;
JX3AO4.Data := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: 10 V
JX3AO4.Index := 1104;
JX3AO4.Data := 10 * 32767 / 10;
// Configuration of analog output 2: unchanged
JX3AO4.Index := 1201;
JX3AO4.Data := 20;
// Configuration of analog output 3: Output an error value
JX3AO4.Index := 1301;
JX3AO4.Data := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: 12 mA
JX3AO4.Index := 1304;
JX3AO4.Data := 12 * 32767 / 20;
// Configuration of analog output 4: Output an error value
JX3AO4.Index := 1401;
JX3AO4.Data := 21;
// Error value for analog output 1: -5 V
JX3AO4.Index := 1404;
JX3AO4.Data := -5 * 32767 / 10;
// ...
End_Task;
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5.4.4
Oscilloscope
Introduction
The JX3-AO4 is equipped with an internal oscilloscope function. By means of
the oscilloscope function, you can record values of various module registers.
JetSym
The JetSym programming software JetSym offers possibilities of easily
operating the oscilloscope function and of graphically displaying the recorded
values.
Technical Data
Applications
Parameter(s)
Description
Recording interval
1 ms ... 65,535 ms
Number of channels
max. 4
Number of measuring values per
channel
max. 300
Recordable module registers
MR 2: Digital Value of Analog Output 1
MR 3: Digital Value of Analog Output 2
MR 4: Digital Value of Analog Output 3
MR 5: Digital Value of Analog Output 4
Module registers to which a trigger
condition can be assigned
MR 2: Digital Value of Analog Output 1
MR 3: Digital Value of Analog Output 2
MR 4: Digital Value of Analog Output 3
MR 5: Digital Value of Analog Output 4
The following applications are possible:
 Graphic evaluation of output values for documentation
 etc.
Contents
Topic
Page
Start/Stop Recording ................................................................................... 107
Continuous Recording ................................................................................ 109
Recording Values under Trigger Condition ..................................................111
Reading Out the Recorded Values ............................................................. 114
Oscilloscope Register Description .............................................................. 115
Example: Recording and Reading of Values .............................................. 117
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Programming
Start/Stop Recording
Start/Stop Recording
At Start/Stop recording, the JX3-AO4 module is recording measuring values,
until the maximum number of measuring values per channel has been
recorded. Start/Stop recording is started by issuing command 1.
t
T
Number
Configuration
Description
1
Values of the module register, out of which recordings are to be
made.
2
Start of recording
3
End of recording
4
Recorded values
5
Recording interval
Configuring the Start/Stop recording comprises the following steps:
Step
Action
1
Configure the module registers to be recorded.
MR 9741 := 11 ... 14;
MR 9742 := Module register number;
2
Configure the interval to be recorded.
MR 9741 := 10;
MR 9742 := Interval to be recorded;
3
Write value 1 into MR 9740 Command for Oscilloscope.

Result:
The JX3-AO4 module starts recording.
The JX3-AO4 module keeps recording values, until the set number of
values per channel has been recorded.
4
Check bit 0 of parameter State.
MR 9741 := 0;
If ...
Bit 0 = 0 in MR 9742,
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Related Topics
 Oscilloscope Register Description (see page 115)
 Example: Recording and Reading of Values (see page 117)
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Continuous Recording
Continuous Recording
At continuous recording, the JX3-AO4 module continually records measuring
values. After issuing command 2 "Stop", the JX3-AO4 module continues
recording, until the post-buffer is filled with values. To start continuous
recording, issue command 4.
t
T
Number
Configuration
1
Values of the module register, out of which recordings are to be
made.
2
Start of continuous recording
3
Instance of "Stop" instruction
4
End of recording; the post-buffer is filled with values
5
Recorded values
6
Size of the post-buffer
7
Recording interval
Configuration of continuous recording comprises the following steps:
Step
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Action
1
Configure the module registers to be recorded.
MR 9741 := 11 ... 14;
MR 9742 := Module register number;
2
Configure the interval to be recorded.
MR 9741 := 10;
MR 9742 := Interval to be recorded;
3
Configure the size of the post-buffer.
MR 9741 := 30;
MR 9742 := Percentage of the max. number of measuring values per
channel;
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Step
4
Action
Write value 4 into MR 9740 Command for Oscilloscope.
Result:
The JX3-AO4 module starts recording.
5
Stop recording by writing value 2 into MR 9740 Command for
Oscilloscope.
6
The JX3-AO4 module further records values, until the post-buffer is
filled.
7
Check bit 0 of parameter State.
MR 9741 := 0;
If ...
Bit 0 = 0 in MR 9742,
... then ...
the module has terminated
recording.
Related Topics
 Oscilloscope Register Description (see page 115)
 Example: Recording and Reading of Values (see page 117)
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Recording Values under Trigger Condition
Recording Values under
Trigger Condition
At recording values under trigger condition, the JX3-AO4 module continually
records measuring values. When the trigger condition has been met,
recording is continued, until the post-buffer is filled with values. Recording
under trigger condition is started by issuing command 3.
2
4
3
1
5
6
t
T
7
8
Trigger Condition
Number
Description
1
Values of the module register, out of which recordings are to be made
2
Start of recording with trigger condition
3
Trigger condition has been met
4
End of recording; the post-buffer is filled with values
5
Recorded Values
6
Value Range of the Trigger Condition
7
Size of the Post-Buffer
8
Recording Interval
The JX3-AO4 module checks the trigger condition by the following rules:
 The value for trigger 1 in the module register has to be greater than a

configured value.
The value for trigger 2 in the module register has to be smaller than a
configured value.
 There can be different module register numbers for trigger 1 respectively
trigger 2.
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Element
Configuration
Description
MR[Trigger1]
Value for trigger 1 in the module register
VAL[Trigger1]
Value for trigger 1
MR[Trigger2]
Value for trigger 2 in the module register
VAL[Trigger2]
Value for trigger 2
To configure recording with trigger condition, take the following steps:
Step
Action
1
Configure the module registers to be recorded.
MR 9741 := 11 ... 14;
MR 9742 := Module Register Number;
2
Configure the interval to be recorded:
MR 9741 := 10;
MR 9742 := Interval to be Recorded;
3
Configure the size of the post-buffer:
MR 9741 := 30;
MR 9742 := Percentage of the Max. Number of Measuring Values per
Channel;
4
Configure trigger 1:
MR 9741 := 20;
MR 9742 := Module Register Number for Trigger 1;
MR 9741 := 21;
MR 9742 := Value for Trigger 1;
5
Configure trigger 2:
MR 9741 := 22;
MR 9742 := Module Register Number for Trigger 2;
MR 9741 := 23;
MR 9742 := Value for Trigger 2;
6
Write value 3 into MR 9740 Command for Oscilloscope.

Result:
The JX3-AO4 module starts recording.
The JX3-AO4 module continually checks the trigger condition.
If ...
the trigger condition has been
met,
7
the JX3-AO4 module further
records values, until the
post-buffer is filled.
Check bit 0 of parameter State.
MR 9741 := 0;
If ...
Bit 0 = 0 in MR 9742,
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... then ...
... then ...
the module has completed the
recording cycle.
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Related Topics
 Oscilloscope Register Description (see page 115)
 Example: Recording and Reading of Values (see page 117)
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Reading Out the Recorded Values
Introduction
The JX3-AO4 module saves the recorded values to a volatile memory range.
At deactivating the modules, the values get lost. Even at a recording restart,
the values are overwritten.
Reading Out the
Recorded Values
For reading out the recorded values, take the following steps:
Step
1
Action
Check bit 0 of parameter State.
MR 9741 := 0;
If ...
Bit 0 = 0 in MR 9742,
... then ...
the module has terminated
recording.
2
Write value 0 into MR 9743 Index of Recorded Values.
MR 9743 := 0;
3
By each reading access to MR 9744 Recorded Values the next
recorded value is read.
If ...
you have read MR 9744 300
times,
4
... then ...
all values recorded to channel 1
are read.
Write value 300 into MR 9743 Index of Recorded Values.
MR 9743 := 300;
5
By each reading access to MR 9744 Recorded Values the next
recorded value is read.
If ...
you have read MR 9744 300
times,
all values recorded to channel 2
are read.
6
Write value 300 into MR 9743 Index of Recorded Values.
MR 9743 := 600;
7
By each reading access to MR 9744 Recorded Values the next
recorded value is read.
If ...
you have read MR 9744 300
times,
... then ...
all values recorded to channel 3
are read.
8
Write value 300 into MR 9743 Index of Recorded Values.
MR 9743 := 900;
9
By each reading access to MR 9744 Recorded Values the next
recorded value is read.
If ...
you have read MR 9744 300
times,
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... then ...
... then ...
all values recorded to channel 4
are read.
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Oscilloscope Register Description
MR 9740
Command for Oscilloscope
The oscilloscope function on the JX3-AO4 module can be controlled by this
module register.
Commands
1
Starting a Recording Session
The JX3-AO4 module starts recording immediately. Recording stops, when
the memory for measuring values is full.
2
Stopping a Recording Session
The JX3-AO4 module stops recording immediately.
3
Starting a Recording Session Once a Trigger Condition is Fulfilled
The JX3-AO4 module starts monitoring the trigger condition. Once the
trigger condition is fulfilled, the module starts recording. Recording stops,
when the memory for measuring values is full.
4
Starting Continuous Recording
The JX3-AO4 module starts recording immediately. Recording is not
stopped before issuing the Stop recording command.
MR 9741
Parameter Index for the Oscilloscope
Via the parameter index, the parameter in MR 9741 Parameter Oscilloscope is
selected.
MR 9742
Parameters for Oscilloscope
Via these module registers, the oscilloscope function can be configured.
Index
Parameter(s)
0
State (Read Only)
10
Bit 0:
1 = Recording is running
Bit 1:
1 = Trigger active
Recording Interval
Value range: 1 ms ... 65,535 ms
11 ... 14
Module Register Number for Channel # 1 ... 4
Via parameters 11 through 14, the module registers to be recorded by the
module are configured.
20
Module Register Number for Trigger # 1
Number of the module register for trigger condition # 1.
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21
Value for Trigger 1
Value in the module register for trigger condition # 1.
22
Module Register Number for Trigger # 2
Number of the module register for trigger condition # 2.
23
Value for Trigger 2
Value in the module register for trigger condition # 2.
30
Size of the Post-Buffer
Value range: 0 % ... 100 %
MR 9743
Index of the Recorded Values
Via this index, the recorded values are selected.
MR 9744
Recorded Values
Via this module register, the recorded values are read.
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Example: Recording and Reading of Values
The oscilloscope function of the JX3-AO4 module records the values. After
that, it reads the application program to the controller.
Sample Configuration
This example is based on the following configuration:
E
D2
JX3-AO4
R
R
E D1 D2
X19
S11
RUN
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
Jetter
13 14 15 16
X51
R
E
D2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
X21
LOAD
STOP
BUS OUT
I1+
0V
ETHERNET
X14
3
4
U2+
5
5
I2+
0V
8
SER
POWER
I3+
SD-CARD
X10
Number
0V
X22
9
10
0V
11
0V
DC24V
1,2A
0V
6
7
0V
X61
1
2
3
4
X52
X15
X11
1
2
0V
SHLD
SHLD
JetSym STX-Program
Variable Declaration
X21
JX3-DIO16
Solution
JX3-DI16
The values at the analog outputs of a JX3-AO4 module are to be recorded in
intervals of 20 ms. After this, the values are stored to the registers of the
controller.
JC-360
Task
6
7
8
0V
X32
9
10
11
SHLD
12
12
U4+
13
13
I4+
14
14
0V
15
0V
16
16
SHLD
0V
0V
15
Item
Description
1
JC-3xx
Controller
2
JX3-AO4
Analog output module
Module # 2
3 ... 4
JX3-xxx
Further JX3 modules
Type
TYPE_JX3_AO4_OSCI:
Struct
// Module registers of the oscilloscope function
Command : Int At 4 * 9740;
ParaIdx : Int At 4 * 9741;
Para
: Int At 4 * 9742;
DataIdx : Int At 4 * 9743;
Data
: Int At 4 * 9744;
End_Struct;
End_Type;
Var
JX3_AO4_02 : TYPE_JX3_AO4_OSCI At %VL 100020000;
// Control register for saving the values
ValIdx
: Int;
ValChannel1 : Array[300] Of Int;
ValChannel2 : Array[300] Of Int;
ValChannel3 : Array[300] Of Int;
ValChannel4 : Array[300] Of Int;
End_Var;
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Configuration
Task main Autorun
// Default: MR 2 ... MR 5 are recorded
// Recording interval up to 20 ms
JX3_AO4_02.ParaIdx := 10;
JX3_AO4_02.Para := 20;
// ...
End_Task;
Starting and Reading Out
the JetSym STX Program
Task main Autorun
// ...
// Starting a Recording Session
JX3_AO4_02.Command := 1;
// Wait for recording to be ended
JX3_AO4_02.ParaIdx := 0;
When
BitClear(JX3_AO4_02.Para, 0)
Continue;
// Set the index to 0
JX3_AO4_02.DataIdx := 0;
// Read values of analog output 1
FOR ValIdx := 0 To 299 Do
ValChannel1[ValIdx] := JX3_AO4_02.Data;
End_For;
// Set the index to 300
JX3_AO4_02.DataIdx := 300;
// Read values of analog output 2
FOR ValIdx := 0 To 299 Do
ValChannel2[ValIdx] := JX3_AO4_02.Data;
End_For;
// Set the index to 600
JX3_AO4_02.DataIdx := 600;
// Read values of analog output 3
FOR ValIdx := 0 To 299 Do
ValChannel3[ValIdx] := JX3_AO4_02.Data;
End_For;
// Set the index to 900
JX3_AO4_02.DataIdx := 900;
// Read values of analog output 4
FOR ValIdx := 0 To 299 Do
ValChannel4[ValIdx] := JX3_AO4_02.Data;
End_For;
// ...
End_Task;
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5.5 Status Monitoring via Collective Bits
Introduction
The module signalizies the status of the individual analog outputs via
collective bits in MR 0 Module State.
Benefits
Status monitoring of the analog outputs via collective bits offer the following
benefits:
 In the application program, querying MR 0 is sufficient for acquiring the
status of all analog outputs.
Statuses Signalized via
Collective Bits
The following statuses are signalized via collective bits:
 The lower limit has been fallen below
 The upper limit has been exceeded
 The forcing function is active
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Status Monitoring via Collective Bits ........................................................... 120
Register Description for Collective Bits ...................................................... 122
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Status Monitoring via Collective Bits
Introduction
The module signals the state of the individual analog inputs by means of
collective bits in MR 0 Module State. This allows to respond to a specific state
of an individual analog output by just polling MR 0 from within the application
program.
Overview of Registers
For diagnosing the module and the analog outputs, the following module
registers are used:
Register
MR 0
Module State
MR 1
Command
MR 1y00
Collective Bits Signalling
Description
State of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
A collective bit in MR 0 Module State is set if at least one corresponding status
bit in MR 1y00 State of Analog Output y has been set.
Signalling by collective bits occurs as follows:
Step
1
Description
The JX3-AO4 module signalizes the state of analog output y in MR
1y00 State of Analog Output y.
If ...
2
the lower limit has been fallen
below,
bit 19 is set in MR 1y00.
the upper limit has been
exceeded,
bit 20 is set in MR 1y00.
forcing has been activated,
bit 23 is set in MR 1y00.
The JX3-AO4 module signals the state of analog output y in MR 0
Module State via collective bits.
If ...
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... then ...
... then ...
the lower limit has been fallen
below,
bit 19 is set in MR 0.
the upper limit has been
exceeded,
bit 20 is set in MR 0.
forcing has been activated,
bit 23 is set in MR 0.
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Acknowledging
Collective Bits in the
Application Program
Programming
Step
Description
1
The application program detects a set collective bit in MR 0 Module
State.
2
The application program checks if bits 19 through 23 in MR 1100
State of Analog Output 1 have been set.
If ...
one of bits 19 through 23 is set,
3
one of bits 19 through 23 has
been set,
one of bits 19 through 23 has
been set,
response and writing 6 to bits in
MR 1200.
... then ...
response and writing 6 to bits in
MR 1300.
The application program checks if bits 19 through 23 in MR 1400
State of Analog Output 4 have been set.
If ...
one of bits 19 through 23 has
been set,
6
... then ...
The application program checks if bits 19 through 23 in MR 1300
State of Analog Output 3 have been set.
If ...
5
response and writing 6 to bits in
MR 1100.
The application program checks if bits 19 through 23 in MR 1200
State of Analog Output 2 have been set.
If ...
4
... then ...
... then ...
response and writing 6 to bits in
MR 1400.
The application program deletes collective bits in MR 0 Module State
by writing command 6 to MR1 Command.
Related Topics:
 Description of Registers - Collective Bits (see page 122)
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Register Description for Collective Bits
MR 0
Module state
In MR 0 Module state, the module signalizes status and error messages of the
module.
Meaning of the individual bits
Bit 0
Hardware error
1=
Bit 4
Error regarding reference values
1=
Bit 6
Bit 30
The upper limit of at least one analog output has been exceeded.
The upper limit is specified in MR 1y09.
Collective bit "Forcing is active"
1=
Bit 24
The value of at least one analog output has fallen below the lower
limit. The lower limit is specified in MR 1y08.
Collective bit "The upper limit has been exceeded"
1=
Bit 23
At least one internal auxiliary voltage has exceeded the permitted
limits
Collective bit "The lower limit has been fallen below"
1=
Bit 20
Error while writing analog output values
Error regarding internal voltages
1=
Bit 19
The reference values are invalid
DA converter error
1=
Bit 7
There is a hardware error.
Forcing is active for at least one analog output
Monitoring of internal voltages
0=
Monitoring has been deactivated
1=
Monitoring is active
Synchronous data exchange
1=
Between the JX3-AO4 module and the bus node, respectively the
JetControl 3xx synchronous data exchange takes place.
Module Register Properties
122
Type of access
Read
Value after reset
Depending on state and error messages of the module
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MR 1
Programming
Command
Via MR 1, various functions of the JX3-AO4 module can be configured.
Commands
MR 1y00
3
Deactivating monitoring of internal voltages
4
Activating monitoring of internal voltages
5
Acknowledging hardware errors
6
Acknowledging collective bits
State of Analog Output y
Via MR 1y00, the module transmits state report of analog output y.
Meaning of the Individual Bits
Bit 8
Bit 19
Writing error values
0=
Under fault condition, write present output value
1=
Write analog output value configured under fault condition out of
MR 1y10
Lower limit has been fallen below
1=
Bit 20
The upper limit has been exceeded
1=
Bit 23
The lower limit configured in MR 1y08 has been fallen below
The upper limit configured in MR 1y09 has been exceeded
The forcing function is active
1=
Forcing is active for analog output y
Module Register Properties
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Read
Value after reset
0x00000100
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Locating of Errors
Locating of Errors
Purpose of this Chapter
This chapter is for supporting you when locating faults of the JX3-AO4 module
in the following fields of activity:
 Identifying the root cause of an error.
 Recognizing an error in the application program or in visualization
 Acknowledging an error message
Prerequisites
To be able to locate an error of the JX3-AO4 module the following
prerequisites have to be fulfilled:




The JX3-AO4 module is connected to a JetControl device.
The controller is linked with a PC.
On the PC, the JetSym programming software has been installed.
The minimum requirements regarding module, controllers and software
have been met.
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LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4 .................................................................... 126
Diagnostics of Error Messages via Module Registers ................................ 127
Error regarding Reference Values .............................................................. 129
Missing Connection to the Controller.......................................................... 130
Invalid Operating System ........................................................................... 131
DAC Error ................................................................................................... 132
Internal Auxiliary Voltages are Faulty ......................................................... 133
Register Description: Locating of Errors ..................................................... 134
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LEDs of the Module JX3-AO4
The JX3-AO4 module signalizes states and errors via LEDs. This feature
facilitates spotting an error immediately.
R
JX3-AO4
LEDs of the Module
Normal Operating
Condition
LED
Color
R-LED
green
Run-LED
E-LED
red
Error-LED
D1-LED
red
Diagnose 1-LED
D2-LED
red
Diagnose 2-LED
ON
E
OFF
D1
OFF
D2
OFF
Normal Operating Condition
No error, communication is active
The JX3-AO4 module is equipped with four LEDs to display states and errors.
R
E
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
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Description
The LEDs of the JX3-AO4 module have got the following states during normal
operation:
R
LEDs of the JX3-AO4
Module
E D1 D2
-
D1
OFF
-
ON
2Hz
D2
OFF
State
No error, communication is active
-
Communication with the bus head, respectively
with the JC-3xx, is not active
-
Hardware error
1Hz
2Hz
No valid operating system on the module
Operating system update is active
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Diagnostics of Error Messages via Module Registers
Introduction
The module signalizes error messages in module register 0 Module State.
Various error messages can be acknowledged via a command.
Overview of Registers
For diagnosing the module and the analog outputs, the following module
registers are used:
Register(s)
MR 0
Module state
MR 1
Command
MR 1y00
Signalizing an Error
Description
State of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
The JX3-AO4 module signalizes an error as follows:
Stage
Description
1
The JX3-AO4 module recognizes an error and sets the respective error bit
in MR 0 Module State.
2
The JX3-AO4 module sets bit 0 Hardware Error in module register 0.
3
The JX3-AO4 module activates the red D1 LED.

Result:
Both the control system and the bus head respond to the error.
Reaction on Error
Messages in the
Application Program
The application program reacts to an error message through the following
stages:
Stage
Description
1
The application program recognizes by means of the controller registers
that the JX3-AO4 module has sent an error message.
2
The application program reacts to the error in a way depending on the set
error bit in MR 0 Status of the Module.
3
The user deletes the error cause.
4
If possible, the error is either acknowledged, or the module is replaced.
The error is acknowledged by MR1 := 5;
Result:


5
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The D1 LED at the JX3 module goes out.
The user program acknowledges the error messages in the controller and
the bus head.
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Related Topics
 Register Description - Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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Error regarding Reference Values
Detecting the Error
After power-up, the JX3-AO4 module reads the reference values for the
analog outputs out of an EEPROM and checks them for their validity.
Root Cause of Error
The following condition can lead to this error:
 Defective hardware of the EEPROM
Response of the Module
to this Error
The module reacts to the error by passing through the following stages:
Stage
Description
1
Bit 4 Reference value error = 1 in MR 0 Status Module
2
Bit 0 Hardware error = 1 in MR 0 Status Module
3
D1-LED is lit red
4
The module keeps putting out analog values.
The accuracy of the analog output values does not correspond to the
technical data any more.
Fixing the Root Cause
Fixing the root cause by the user is not possible. Please send the JX3-AO4
module to Jetter AG for repair.
Resetting the Error
Resetting the error is not possible.
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 Register Description - Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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Missing Connection to the Controller
Detecting the Error
The JX3-AO4 module regularly checks the communication with the controller,
respectively with the bus head.
Root Cause of Error
The following conditions can lead to this error:
 Voltage drop at the controller
 The lines connecting the module with the controller are broken
 Defective hardware of the bus head
Response of the Module
to this Error
The module reacts to the error by passing through the following stages:
Stage
Fixing the Root Cause
Description
1
Bit 30 Synchronous data exchange = 0 in MR 0 Module State
2
At the analog outputs, the configured error values are output.
For fixing the root cause, proceed as follows:
Step
1
2
Action
Re-establish the connection to the controller.
If ...
the hardware of the bus head is
defective,
Resetting the Error
... then ...
send the bus head to Jetter AG for
repair.
For fixing the root cause, proceed as follows:
Step
1
Action
If ...
the bus head is a JX3-BN-CAN,
... then ...
restart the system bus.
Related Topics
 Register Description – Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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Invalid Operating System
Detecting the Error
After power-up, the JX3-AO4 module checks, if there is a valid operating
system.
Root Cause of the Error
The following conditions can lead to this error:
 Terminating an operating system update
 Hardware error of the JX3-AO4 module
Response of the Module
to this Error
The module reacts to the error by passing through the following stages:
Stage
Fixing the Root Cause
Description
1
The module outputs 0 at the analog outputs.
2
The D2 LED is shortly flashing red.
3
The version number in MR 9 is 255.x.0.0
x: Version of the bootloader
For fixing the root cause, proceed as follows:
Step
1
2
Action
Carry out an operating system update via JetSym.
If ...
... then ...
an operating system update cannot send the JX3-AO4 module to Jetter
be carried out,
AG for repair.
Resetting the Error
For resetting the fault, proceed as follows:
Step
1
Action
Restart the JX3 station.
Related Topics
 Register Description – Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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DAC Error
Detecting the Error
The JX3-AO4 module regularly checks the communication with the DA
converters.
Root Cause of Error
The following condition can lead to this error:
 Hardware error of a DAC
Response of the Module
to this Error
The module reacts to the error by passing through the following stages:
Stage
Description
1
Bit 6 DAC error = 1 in MR 0 Module State
2
Bit 0 Hardware error = 1 in MR 0 Module State
3
D1-LED is lit red
4
The module keeps putting out analog values
The analog output value is undefined
Fixing the Root Cause
Fixing the root cause by the user is not possible. Please send the JX3-AO4
module to Jetter AG for repair.
Resetting the Error
The error can be reset via MR 1, command 5. If communication with the DA
converters is still faulty, the JX3-AO4 will once more issue the DAC Error
message.
Related Topics
 Register Description – Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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Internal Auxiliary Voltages are Faulty
Detecting the Error
The JX3-AO4 module regularly checks the internal auxiliary voltages for
keeping the set tolerance.
Root Cause of Error
The following condition can lead to this error:
 Hardware error of the JX3-AO4 module
Response of the Module
to this Error
The module reacts to the error by passing through the following stages:
Stage
Description
1
Bit 7 Internal voltages error = 1 in MR 0 Module State
2
Bit 0 Hardware error = 1 in MR 0 Module State
3
D1-LED is lit red
4
The module keeps putting out analog values
The accuracy of the analog output values does not correspond to the
technical data any more
Fixing the Root Cause
Fixing the root cause by the user is not possible. Please send the JX3-AO4
module to Jetter AG for repair.
Resetting the Error
The error can be reset via MR 1, command 5. If the internal auxiliary voltages
still exceed the limits, the JX3-AO4 will once more issue the Internal Auxiliary
Voltages are Faulty message.
Related Topics
 Register Description – Locating of Errors (see page 134)
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Register Description: Locating of Errors
MR 0
Module state
In MR 0 Module state, the module signalizes status and error messages of the
module.
Meaning of the individual bits
Bit 0
Hardware error
1=
Bit 4
Error regarding reference values
1=
Bit 6
Bit 30
The upper limit of at least one analog output has been exceeded.
The upper limit is specified in MR 1y09.
Collective bit "Forcing is active"
1=
Bit 24
The value of at least one analog output has fallen below the lower
limit. The lower limit is specified in MR 1y08.
Collective bit "The upper limit has been exceeded"
1=
Bit 23
At least one internal auxiliary voltage has exceeded the permitted
limits
Collective bit "The lower limit has been fallen below"
1=
Bit 20
Error while writing analog output values
Error regarding internal voltages
1=
Bit 19
The reference values are invalid
DA converter error
1=
Bit 7
There is a hardware error.
Forcing is active for at least one analog output
Monitoring of internal voltages
0=
Monitoring has been deactivated
1=
Monitoring is active
Synchronous data exchange
1=
Between the JX3-AO4 module and the bus node, respectively the
JetControl 3xx synchronous data exchange takes place.
Module Register Properties
134
Type of access
Read
Value after reset
Depending on state and error messages of the module
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MR 1
Locating of Errors
Command
Via MR 1, various functions of the JX3-AO4 module can be configured.
Commands
MR 1y00
3
Deactivating monitoring of internal voltages
4
Activating monitoring of internal voltages
5
Acknowledging hardware errors
6
Acknowledging collective bits
State of Analog Output y
Via MR 1y00, the module transmits state report of analog output y.
Meaning of the Individual Bits
Bit 8
Bit 19
Writing error values
0=
Under fault condition, write present output value
1=
Write analog output value configured under fault condition out of
MR 1y10
Lower limit has been fallen below
1=
Bit 20
The upper limit has been exceeded
1=
Bit 23
The lower limit configured in MR 1y08 has been fallen below
The upper limit configured in MR 1y09 has been exceeded
The forcing function is active
1=
Forcing is active for analog output y
Module Register Properties
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Read
Value after reset
0x00000100
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How to Identify the Module
How to Identify the Module
Purpose of this Chapter
This chapter supports you in obtaining the following information from the
JX3-AO4 module:
 Determining the revision of this module.
 Electronic data sheet (EDS). Numerous manufacturing-relevant data are
stored to EDS.
Prerequisites
To be able to identify the JX3-AO4 module the following prerequisites must be
fulfilled:


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Information for Hotline
Requests
The module JX3-AO4 is connected to a JetControl PLC.
The controller is connected to a PC.
The programming tool JetSym is installed on the PC.
The minimum requirements regarding modules, controllers and software
are fulfilled.
If you wish to contact the hotline of Jetter AG in case of a problem, please
have the following information on the module JX3-AO4 ready:
 Version number in MR 9
 Hardware revision
Module Code
The module code of JX3-AO4 is 304.
Contents
Topic
Page
Module Versions ......................................................................................... 138
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-3xx .................................................. 140
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-24x .................................................. 142
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-647 and JX6-SB(-I) ......................... 144
Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-3xx .............................................. 146
Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-24x .............................................. 148
Identification by Means of Module Registers .............................................. 150
Identification via Nameplate ....................................................................... 151
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Module Versions
Introduction
Every JX3 module contains software of unambiguous version numbers, which
can be read out via module registers. You will need the version data, in case
you want to turn to the Jetter AG hotline in order to solve a technical problem.
Version Number Format
The version numbers of the JX3-AO4 modules are displayed by four sections
of figures:
1
.
2
.
3
.
4
Element
Overview of Registers
Description
1
Major, respectively main version number
2
Minor, respectively sub-version number
3
Branch, respectively intermediate version number
4
Build version number
The version numbers can be read out of the following module registers:
Register
Description
MR 9
Operating system version
MR 32
FPGA version
MR 769
Bootloader version
Released Version
When a version has been released, both branch and build version number is
zero.
Version Numbers in the
JetSym Setup
In order to display a version number, select the "IP Address" format in the
JetSym Setup section.
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Version Numbers in the
Application Program
How to Identify the Module
In order to display versions in the application program, please use the
identifier IP#.
Task 0
// Checking a version
When
JX3_Modul.Version = IP#1.1.0.0
Continue;
// ...
End_Task;
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Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-3xx
Introduction
Numerous production-relevant data are permanently stored to the EDS. The
EDS data can be read out from registers of the controller JC-3xx.
Overview of Registers
EDS data can be read out of the following registers:
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 0
R 100500
Interface: 1 = Peripheral modules of the JX3 station
R 100501
Module number within the JX3 station
R 100600 ... R 100614
EDS Page 0 - Data
R 100700 ... R 100710
EDS Page 1 - Data
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 0.
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 1
Type
Description
R 100600
int
Revision of EDS page 0
R 100601
int
Module code
R 100602 ... R 100612
string
Module name
R 100613
int
Hardware revision
R 100614
int
Hardware revision
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 1.
Register(s)
140
Description
Type
Description
R 100700
int
Revision of EDS page 1
R 100701 ... R 100707
string
Serial number
R 100708
int
Production date: day
R 100709
int
Production date: month
R 100710
int
Production date: year
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Reading an EDS Page
How to Identify the Module
To read an EDS page of a JX3-module connected to a JC-3xx proceed as
follows:
Step
Action
1
Select the interface by entering 1 into R 100500.
2
Select the JX3-module by entering the module number into R 100501.
3
Read out EDS data from registers R 100600 ... 100710.
Related Topics
 Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-3xx
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Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-24x
Introduction
Numerous production-relevant data are permanently stored to the EDS. EDS
data can be read via special registers. The data are distributed among EDS
page 0 and EDS page 1. Only one page at a time can be accessed via
registers.
Overview of Registers
EDS data can be read out of the following registers:
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 0
Description
R 10040
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus
R 10041
EDS page
R 10041 ... R 10056
EDS Page 0 - Data
R 10041 ... R 10052
EDS Page 1 - Data
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 0. To be able to read out
EDS page 0, register R 10041 must contain value 0.
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 1
Type
R 10042
int
Revision of EDS page 0
R 10043
int
Module code
R 10044 ... R 10054
string
Module name
R 10055
int
Hardware revision
R 10056
int
Hardware revision
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 1. To be able to read out
EDS page 1, register 10041 must contain value 1.
Register(s)
142
Description
Type
Description
R 10042
int
Revision of EDS page 1
R 10043 ... R 10049
string
Serial number
R 10050
int
Production date: day
R 10051
int
Production date: month
R 10052
int
Production date: year
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Reading an EDS Page
How to Identify the Module
To read an EDS page of a JX3-module connected to a JC-24x proceed as
follows:
Step
Action
1
Select the JX3 module by entering the I/O module number into R 10040.
2
Select the EDS page by entering the page number into R 10041.
3
Read out EDS data from registers R 10042 ... 10056.
Related Topics
 Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-24x (see page 148)
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Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) with JC-647 and JX6-SB(-I)
Introduction
Numerous production-relevant data are permanently stored to the EDS. EDS
data can be read via special registers. The data are distributed among EDS
page 0 and EDS page 1. Only one page at a time can be accessed via
registers.
Overview of Registers
The register numbers for reading the EDS are dependent on the submodule
socket number m where the JX6-SB(-I) is located:
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 0
Description
R 3m10040
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus
R 3m10041
EDS page
R 3m10041 ... R 3m10056
EDS Page 0 - Data
R 3m10041 ... R 3m10052
EDS Page 1 - Data
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 0. To be able to read out
EDS page 0, register R 3m10041 must contain value 0.
Register(s)
Contents of EDS Page 1
Type
R 3m10042
int
Revision of EDS page 0
R 3m10043
int
Module code
R 3m10044 ... R 3m10054
string
Module name
R 3m10055
int
Hardware revision
R 3m10056
int
Hardware revision
Production-related data can be read from EDS page 1. To be able to read out
EDS page 1, register R 3m10041 must contain value 1.
Register(s)
144
Description
Type
Description
R 3m10042
int
Revision of EDS page 1
R 3m10043 ... R 3m10049
string
Serial number
R 3m10050
int
Production date: day
R 3m10051
int
Production date: month
R 3m10052
int
Production date: year
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Reading an EDS Page
How to Identify the Module
To read out an EDS page proceed as follows:
Step
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Action
1
Select the JX3 module by entering the I/O module number into
R 3m10040.
2
Select the EDS page by entering the page number into R 3m10041.
3
Read out EDS data from registers R 3m10042 ... 3m10056.
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Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-3xx
Task
In the JetSym setup window EDS data of any JX3 module is to be displayed.
Solution
In a JetSym application program the EDS registers are declared as variables.
The variables are then entered into the setup pane.
Sample Configuration
A JX3-xxx module is connected to a JC-3xx controller. The module JX3-xxx is
part of a JX3 station and its module number is 2.
JetSym STX Program
Type
// Defining interface and module number
JX3_EDS:
Struct
Interface : Int;
Module
: Int;
End_Struct;
// Defining EDS page 0
JX3_EDS_PAGE0:
Struct
Version
: Int;
Code
: Int;
ModuleName : String[31];
PCB_REV
: Int;
PCB_Opt
: Int;
End_Struct;
// Defining EDS page 1
JX3_EDS_PAGE1:
Struct
Version
: Int;
Sernum
: String[19];
TS_Day
: Int;
TS_Month
: Int;
TS_Year
: Int;
End_Struct;
End_Type;
Var
EDS : JX3_EDS At %VL 100500;
EDS0 : JX3_EDS_PAGE0 At %VL 100600;
EDS1 : JX3_EDS_PAGE1 At %VL 100700;
End_Var;
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Reading EDS Page 0
Element
Description
EDS.Interface
1 = EDS data of the modules within the JX3 station
EDS.Module
2 = Module number
Reading EDS Page 1
Element
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Description
EDS.Interface
1 = EDS data of the modules within the JX3 station
EDS.Module
2 = Module number
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Example: Reading Out an EDS with JC-24x
Task
In the JetSym setup window EDS data of any JX3 module is to be displayed.
Solution
In a JetSym application program the EDS registers are declared as variables.
The variables are then entered into the setup window.
Sample Configuration
A JX3-BN-CAN with a JX3-xxx module is connected to a JC-24x controller.
The module JX3-xxx has got I/O module number 2 on the JX2 system bus.
JetSym ST Program
Type
// Defining module number and EDS page
JX3_EDS:
Struct
Module
: Int;
Page
: Int;
End_Struct;
// Defining EDS page 0
JX3_EDS_PAGE0:
Struct
Version : Int;
Code
: Int;
Name
: String[31];
PCB_REV : Int;
PCB_Opt : int;
End_Struct;
// Defining EDS page 1
JX3_EDS_PAGE1:
Struct
Version : Int;
Sernum
: String[19];
TS_Day
: Int;
TS_Month : Int;
TS_Year : Int;
End_Struct;
End_Type;
Var
EDS : JX3_EDS At %VL 10040;
EDS0 : JX3_EDS_PAGE0 At %VL 10042;
EDS1 : JX3_EDS_PAGE1 At %VL 10042;
End_Var;
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Reading EDS Page 0
Element
Description
EDS.Module
2 = Module number
EDS.Page
0 = Data of EDS page 0
Reading EDS Page 1
Element
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Description
EDS.Module
2 = Module number
EDS.Page
1 = Data of EDS page 1
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Identification by Means of Module Registers
MR 9
Operating System Version
In MR 9, the operating system version of the JX3-AO4 module is displayed.
Via JetSym, another operating system can be transmitted to the JX3-AO4
module.
Module Register Properties
Values
Released operating system version:
IP#1.0.0.0 ... IP#254.255.0.0
Bootloader version:
IP#255.1.0.0 ... IP#255.255.0.0
MR 32
Access
Read
Value following a
reset
Operating system version
FPGA Version
In MR 32, the FPGA version of the JX3-AO4 module is displayed. A
modification of the FPGA version cannot be carried out by the user.
Module Register Properties
150
Values
IP#1.0.0.0 ... IP#255.255.0.0
Access
Read
Value following a
reset
FPGA version
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Identification via Nameplate
Introduction
Each JX3 module can be identified by its nameplate attached to its enclosure.
You will need the hardware revision data if you have to contact the hotline of
Jetter AG in case of a problem.
Nameplate
The nameplate of JX3 modules contains the following information:
S. / N. : 20080130060039
JX3-xxx
Part No.:10000542
Rev.: 02.01
Number
Jetter AG
Description
1
Serial number
2
Hardware revision
3
Module name
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Quick Reference JX3-AO4
Matching OS Version
This quick reference summarizes the registers of the analog output module
JX3-AO4 with OS version 1.04.0.00.
Module Code
For identification purposes, a unique module code is assigned to each JX3
module.
You can read out the module code, for example, in the case
of a JC-3xx using R 100002015 and R 100002016.
The module code is also contained in the EDS.
Module code JX3-AO4:
304
General Overview - Registers
0
1
2 ... 5
9, 32, 257
1100 ... 1199
1200 ... 1299
1300 ... 1399
1400 ... 1499
9740 ... 9744
Module state
Module command
Analog outputs 1 ... 4
Versions / Revisions
Configuration of analog output # 1
Configuration of analog output # 2
Configuration of analog output # 3
Configuration of analog output # 4
Oscilloscope
Register Numbers
JC-3xx
JC-24x
100xxzzzz
xx
Module number: 02 ... 17
zzzz
Module register number: 0000 ... 9999
3xxz
xx
I/O module number - 2: 00 ... 30
z
Module register number: 0 ... 9
Only indirect access to additional module registers
JC-647
3m03xxz
m
Submodule position: 1 ... 3
xx
I/O module number - 2: 00 ... 30
z:
Module register number: 0 ... 9
Only indirect access to additional module registers
JC-9xx
20SJ03xxz
S
Number of module board: 1 ... 5
Y
Number of JX6-I/O board: 1 ... 2
xx
I/O module number - 2: 00 ... 30
z
Module register number: 0 ... 9
Only indirect access to additional module registers
Meaning of y
y
Number of analog output y = 1 ... 4
Module State
0
Bit 0 = 1:
Bit 4 = 1:
Bit 6 = 1:
Bit 7 = 1:
Bit 19 = 1:
Bit 20 = 1:
Bit 23 = 1:
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Hardware failure
Error: Calibration values
DA converter error
Error: Internal voltages
Collective bit "Lower limit"
Collective bit "Upper limit"
Collective bit "Forcing"
Bit 24 = 1:
Bit 30 = 1:
Monitoring - voltages
Synchronous data exchange
Module-Specific Command Registers
1
3
4
5
6
Command
Internal voltages - monitoring OFF
Internal voltages - monitoring ON
Acknowledgement of hardware failures
Acknowledgement of collective bits
Analog Outputs
2
3
4
5
Analog output # 1
Analog output # 2
Analog output # 3
Analog output # 4
Versions / Revisions
9
32
257
OS version
FPGA revision
Bootloader version
State of Analog Output y
1y00
Bit 8 = 1:
Bit 19 = 1:
State of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Output of error values is enabled
Lower limit exceeded
Bit 20 = 1:
Bit 23 = 1:
Upper limit exceeded
Forcing function enabled
Command for Analog Output y
1y01
20
21
30
31
Command for analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
Leave analog value unchanged in case of error
Output error value in case of error
Forcing of analog output OFF
Forcing of analog output ON
Configuration of Analog Output y
1y07
1
5
6
Configuration of analog output y (y = 1 ... 4)
-10 V ... +10 V
0 V ... +10 V
0 mA ... 20 mA
User-defined Scaling
1y24
1y25
1y26
1y27
1. Voltage / current value for analog output y
1. Digital value for analog output y
2. Voltage / current value for analog output y
2. Digital value for analog output y
Other Configurations
1y04
1y08
1y09
1y10
1y20
1y21
1y22
1y23
Force value for analog output y
Lower limit of analog output y
Upper limit of analog output y
Error value
Trailing indicator for minimum value of analog output y
Trailing indicator for maximum value of analog output y
Lower cap limit
Upper cap limit
Oscilloscope
9740
9741
9742
9743
9744
Command
Parameter index
Parameter
Data index
Data
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Assignment of Terminal X51
X51
U1+
I1+
0V
0V
SHLD
U2+
I2+
0V
0V
SHLD
Terminal Point
X51.U1+
X51.I1+
X51.0V
X51.SHLD
Terminal Point
X51.U2+
X51.I2+
X51.0V
X51.SHLD
Signals of analog output # 1
Voltage output
Current-controlled output
Reference potential
Shielding connection
Signals of analog output # 2
Voltage output
Current-controlled output
Reference potential
Shielding connection
Assignment of Terminal X52
X52
U3+
I3+
0V
0V
SHLD
U4+
I4+
0V
0V
SHLD
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Terminal Point
X52.U3+
X52.I3+
X52.0V
X52.SHLD
Terminal Point
X52.U4+
X52.I4+
X52.0V
X52.SHLD
Signals of analog output # 3
Voltage output
Current-controlled output
Reference potential
Shielding connection
Signals of analog output # 4
Voltage output
Current-controlled output
Reference potential
Shielding connection
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Appendix
Appendix
Introduction
This appendix contains electrical and mechanical data, as well as operating
data.
Contents
Topic
Page
Technical Data ............................................................................................ 156
Index ........................................................................................................... 163
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Appendix
A: Technical Data
Introduction
This section of the appendix contains both electrical and mechanical data, as
well as operating data of the JX3-AO4 module.
Contents
Topic
Page
Technical Data............................................................................................. 157
Physical Dimensions ................................................................................... 158
Operating Parameters: Environment and Mechanics ................................. 159
Operating Parameters: Enclosure .............................................................. 160
DC Power Supply Inputs and Outputs ........................................................ 161
Shielded Data and I/O Lines ....................................................................... 162
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Technical Data
Electrical Data of the
Analog Voltage Output
Electrical Data of the
Analog Current Output
Data of the JX3 System
Bus as of Rev. 03.xx
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Parameter
Description
Rated output voltage range
-10 V ... +10 V
Load impedance
> 2 kΩ
Accuracy
< 0.5 %
Resolution
15 bit + sign
Conversion time DA converter
10 µs
Electrical isolation
none
Short circuit resistance
To reference potential 0 V
Open-circuit resistance
yes
Parameter
Description
Rated current output range
0 ... 20 mA
Load impedance
< 450 Ω
Accuracy
< 0.5 %
Resolution
15 bits
Conversion time DA converter
10 µs
Electrical isolation
none
Short circuit resistance
To reference potential 0 V
Open-circuit resistance
yes
Parameter
Description
Logic voltage of the JX3 system bus
DC +5 V (-15 %... +10 %)
Current consumption absorbed from
the logic voltage of the JX3 system
bus
Typically: 70 mA
Additional voltage of the JX3 system
bus
DC +24 V (-15 %... +20 %)
Current consumption absorbed from
the additional voltage of the JX3
system bus
Voltage outputs, typically 70 mA
Current outputs, typically 120 mA
Nominal power absorbed from the
JX3 system bus
Voltage outputs, typically 2.03 W
Current outputs, typically 3.23 W
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Physical Dimensions
Physical Dimensions
Minimum Clearances
At mounting the JX3-AO4 module, make sure to maintain a minimum
clearance above and below. At replacing the module, you can operate the
locking mechanisms of the JX3 backplane module using your fingers.
 Minimum clearance above: 30 mm
 Minimum clearance below: 25 mm
Module Width
The JX3-AO4 module requires a space of 31 mm width. At connecting the
JX3-AO4 module to a JX3 station, the width is increased by 25 mm.
Mounting Position
The mounting position of the JX3-AO4 module is vertical.
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Operating Parameters: Environment and Mechanics
Environment
Mechanical Parameters
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Parameter
Value
Standard
Operating temperature range
0 ... +50 °C
Storage temperature range
-40 ... +70 °C
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 60068-2-1
DIN EN 60068-2-2
Air humidity
10 ... 95 %,
non-condensing
DIN EN 61131-2
Pollution degree
2
DIN EN 61131-2
Corrosion /
Chemical resistance
No special protection against corrosion. Ambient air
must be free from higher concentrations of acids,
alkaline solutions, corrosive agents, salts, metal
vapors, or other corrosive or electroconductive
contaminants
Max. operating altitude
2,000 m above sea level
Parameter
Value
DIN EN 61131-2
Standard
Free falls withstanding test
Free fall at
Shipping packaging: 1 m
Product packaging: 0.3 m
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 60068-2-32
Vibration resistance
5 Hz - 9 Hz: 3.5 mm
amplitude
9 Hz - 150 Hz : 1 g
acceleration:
1 octave/minute, 10
frequency sweeps
(sinusoidal), all 3 spatial
axes
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 60068-2-6
Shock resistance
15 g occasionally, 11 ms,
DIN EN 61131-2
sinusoidal half-wave, 3
DIN EN 60068-2-27
shocks in the directions of all
three spatial axes
Degree of protection
IP20
Mounting position
Vertical position, snapped on
DIN rail
DIN EN 60529
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Electrical Safety
EMC - Emitted
Interference
EMC - Immunity to
Interference
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Parameter
Value
Standard
Protection class
III
Dielectric test voltage
Functional ground is
DIN EN 61131-2
connected to chassis ground
internally.
Protective connection
0
DIN EN 61131-2
Overvoltage category
II
DIN EN 61131-2
Parameter
Enclosure
DIN EN 61131-2
Value
Standard
Frequency band 30 DIN EN 61000-6-3
230 MHz, limit 30 dB (µV/m) DIN EN 61000-6-4
in 10 m
DIN EN 55011
Frequency band 230
-1,000 MHz, limit 37 dB
(µV/m) in 10 m
(class B)
Parameter
Value
Standard
Magnetic field with mains
frequency
50 Hz
30 A/m
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-8
RF field, amplitude-modulated
Frequency band
80 MHz - 2 GHz
Test field strength: 10 V/m
AM 80 % at 1 kHz
Criterion A
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-3
ESD
Discharge through air:
Test peak voltage 8 kV
Contact discharge:
Test peak voltage 4 kV
Criterion A
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-2
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Interference
EMC - Immunity to
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Parameter
Value
Signal and control interface Frequency bands:
DC power supply inputs
0.15 to 0.5 MHz,
and outputs
limit 40 to 30 dB
0.5 to 30 MHz,
limit 30 dB
(class B)
Parameter
Value
Standard
DIN EN 61000-6-3
Standard
RF, asymmetric
Frequency band 0.15 – 80 MHz DIN EN 61131-2
Test voltage 3 V
DIN EN 61000-6-2
AM 80 % at 1 kHz
DIN EN 61000-4-6
Source impedance 150 Ohm
Criterion A
Bursts
Test voltage 2 kV
tr/tn 5/50 ns
Repetition frequency 5 kHz
Criterion A
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-4
Voltage surges
asymmetric
(line to earth)
symmetrical
(line to line)
tr/th 1.2/50 µs
Common-mode interference
voltage 1 kV
Series-mode interference
voltage 0.5 kV
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-5
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EMC - Immunity to
Interference
Parameter
Value
Asymmetric RF,
amplitude-modulated
Frequency band 0.15 – 80 MHz DIN EN 61131-2
Test voltage 3 V
DIN EN 61000-6-2
AM 80 % at 1 kHz
DIN EN 61000-4-6
Source impedance 150 Ohm
Criterion A
Bursts
Test voltage 1 kV
tr/tn 5/50 ns
Repetition frequency 5 kHz
Criterion A
Voltage surges, asymmetric tr/th 1.2/50 µs
(line to earth)
Common-mode interference
voltage 1 kV
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Immunity of Functional
Earth Connections
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Standard
Parameter
Value
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-4
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-5
Standard
RF, asymmetric
Frequency band 0.15 – 80 MHz DIN EN 61131-2
Test voltage 3 V
DIN EN 61000-6-2
AM 80 % at 1 kHz
DIN EN 61000-4-6
Source impedance 150 Ohm
Criterion A
Bursts
Test voltage 1 kV
tr/tn 5/50 ns
Repetition frequency 5 kHz
Criterion A
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-4
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B: Index
Index
I
Block Diagram - 25
I/O module number on the JX2 system bus - 46
I/O Number
on the JX2 system bus with a JC-24x - 47
on the JX2 system bus with a JC-647 equipped with
JX6-SB(-I) - 49
on the JX2 system bus with a JM-D203-JC24x - 47
within a JX3 station equipped with JC-3xx - 48
Indirect Register Access - 55
Installation
Installing a JX3 peripheral module - 31
Intended Conditions of Use - 10
C
L
Collective Bits - 120
Connection Technology
Current Actuators - 26
Voltage Actuators - 26
Constituents of the JX3 Module - 15
LEDs of the Module - 29
List of Documentation - 18
A
Accessories for the JX3 system - 20
Additional Features - 72
B
D
Decommissioning - 10
Direct Register Access - 53
E
EDS
JX3 modules connected to a JC-24x - 142
JX3 modules connected to a JC-3xx - 140
JX3 modules connected to a JC-647 - 144
EMC
Improving the Interference Immunity - 26
Remarks - 12
Error Messages - 127
Error Values - 98
Examples
Configuring the analog outputs - 68, 70
Direct register access - 54
Indirect register access - 57
Output of error values - 102, 104
Reading Out an EDS with JC-24x - 148
Reading Out an EDS with JC-3xx - 146
Recording and Reading of Values - 117
Scaling a pressure value - 80, 82
F
Faults
Adjustment Values - 129
Connection to Controller - 130
DA Converter - 132
Internal Auxiliary Voltages - 133
Invalid Operating System - 131
First Commissioning - 37
at a JC-24x - 40
at a JC-3xx - 39
Preparations - 38
Forcing - 91
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M
Minimum Requirements - 16
Modifications - 10
Module Registers
Additional features - 93
Collective Bits - 122
Diagnostics and Evaluation of Errors - 134
Oscilloscope - 115
Output of Error Values - 100
User-Scaling - 78
Voltage and Current Output - 66
Module Registers - Overview
Definition - 45
Monitoring of Limits - 85
N
Nameplate - 151
O
Operating Parameters
DC Power Supply Inputs and Outputs - 161
Enclosure - 160
Environment and Mechanics - 159
Shielded Data and I/O Lines - 162
Oscilloscope
Continuous recording - 109
Reading out the recorded values - 114
Recording with trigger condition - 111
Start/Stop recording - 107
Output of Currents - 64
P
Physical Dimensions - 21
Product Description - 14
Q
163
Index
Qualified Staff - 10
Quick Reference - 153
R
Register
Identification - 150
Register Number
on the JX2 system bus with a JC-24x - 47
on the JX2 system bus with a JC-647 equipped with
JX6-SB(-I) - 49
on the JX2 system bus with a JM-D203-JC24x - 47
within a JX3 station equipped with JC-3xx - 48
Register(s) - 45
Removing
Removing a JX3 peripheral module - 34
Replacing a JX3 peripheral module - 32
Repairs - 10
S
Safety Instructions - 9
Scope of Delivery - 14
Slave Pointer - 87
T
Technical Data - 157
Terminals
Specification
Terminals - 24
Terminal X51 - 22
Terminal X52 - 23
U
Upper and lower capping - 89
Usage Other than Intended - 10
User-Defined Scaling - 74
V
Versions - 138
Voltage and Current Output - 66
Voltage Output - 62
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Germany
Phone:
+49 7141 2550-0
Phone Sales:
+49 7141 2550-433
Fax Sales:
+49 7141 2550-484
Hotline:
+49 7141 2550-444
Internet:
http://www.jetter.de
E-Mail:
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Henauerstr. 2
13075 US Highway 19 North
CH-9524 Zuzwil
Florida - 33764 Clearwater
Switzerland
U.S.A
Phone:
+41 71 91879-50
Phone:
+1 727 532-8510
Fax:
+41 71 91879-59
Fax:
+1 727 532-8507
E-Mail:
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E-Mail:
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Internet:
http://www.jetterag.ch
Internet:
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