GT12 User`s Manual
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[MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS]
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CAUTION
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GT12
User’s Manual (1/2)
GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD
GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD
Thank you for purchasing the GOT1000 Series.
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Prior to use, please read both this manual and the
detailed manual thoroughly to fully understand the
product.
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MODEL
GT12-U(SHO)-E
Model
code
1D7ME1
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SH(NA)-080977ENG-C(1105)MEE
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[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
 Use the GOT in the environment that satisfies the general specifications
described in this manual.
Not doing so can cause an electric shock, fire, malfunction or product
damage or deterioration.
 When mounting the GOT to the control panel, tighten the mounting screws in
the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause the GOT to drop, short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a drop, short circuit or malfunction due to the
damage of the screws or the GOT.
 When inserting a CF card into the GOT, push it into the insertion slot until the
CF card eject button pops out.
If not properly inserted, a bad connection may cause a malfunction.
 When inserting/removing a CF card into/from the GOT, turn the CF card
access switch off in advance.
Failure to do so may corrupt data within the CF card
 When removing a CF card from the GOT, make sure to support the CF card
by hand, as it may pop out.
Failure to do so may cause the CF card to drop from the GOT and break.
 Remove the protective film of the GOT.
When the user continues using the GOT with the protective film, the film may
not be removed.
 Operate and store the GOT in environments without direct sunlight, high
temperature, dust, humidity, and vibrations.
[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
DANGER
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(Always read these precautions before using this equipment.)
Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant
manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to
safety to handle the product correctly.
The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product.
In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as "DANGER" and
"CAUTION".
DANGER
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in death or
severe injury.
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in medium or
slight personal injury or physical damage.
Note that the
CAUTION level may lead to a serious accident
according to the circumstances.
Always follow the instructions of both levels because they are important to personal safety.
Please save this manual to make it accessible when required and
always forward it to the end user.
[MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS]
DANGER
 Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the
system before mounting or removing the GOT main unit to/from the panel.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction.
 When connecting the battery, wear an earth band to avoid damage caused
by static electricity.
[TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS]
 Some failures of the GOT, communication unit or cable may keep the outputs
on or off.
An external monitoring circuit should be provided to check for output signals
which may lead to a serious accident.
Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
 If a communication fault (including cable disconnection) occurs during
monitoring on the GOT, communication between the GOT and PLC CPU is
suspended and the GOT becomes inoperative.
A system where the GOT is used should be configured to perform any
significant operation to the system by using the switches of a device other
than the GOT on the assumption that a GOT communication fault will occur.
Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
 Do not use the GOT as the warning device that may cause a serious
accident.
An independent and redundant hardware or mechanical interlock is required
to configure the device that displays and outputs serious warning.
Failure to observe this instruction may result in an accident due to incorrect
output or malfunction.
 Incorrect operation of the touch switch(s) may lead to a serious accident if the
GOT backlight is gone out.
When the GOT backlight goes out, the POWER LED flickers (green/orange)
and the display section turns black and causes the monitor screen to appear
blank, while the input of the touch switch(s) remains active.
This may confuse an operator in thinking that the GOT is in "screensaver"
mode, who then tries to release the GOT from this mode by touching the
display section, which may cause a touch switch to operate.
Note that the following occurs on the GOT when the backlight goes out.
• The POWER LED flickers (green/orange) and the monitor screen appears
blank
 The display section of the GT12 is an analog-resistive type touch panel.
If you touch the display section simultaneously in 2 points or more, the switch
that is located around the center of the touched point, if any, may operate.
Do not touch the display section in 2 points or more simultaneously.
Doing so may cause an accident due to incorrect output or malfunction.
 When programs or parameters of the controller (such as a PLC) that is
monitored by the GOT are changed, be sure to reset the GOT or shut off the
power of the GOT at the same time.
Not doing so can cause an accident due to false output or malfunction.
Manual name
Description
GOT
Installation fitting
Quantity
1
4
GT12 General Description
1
GT16 User's Manual (Hardware)
(Sold separately)*1
GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility)
(Sold separately)*1
GT11 User's Manual
(Sold separately)*1
GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design
Manual (Fundamentals)
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080928ENG
(1D7MD3)
SH-080929ENG
(1D7MD4)
JY997D17501A
(09R815)
GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design
Manual (Functions) 1/2, 2/2
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080867ENG
(1D7MC1)
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
(Mitsubishi Products) for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080868ENG
(1D7MC2)
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
(Non-Mitsubishi Products 1) for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080869ENG
(1D7MC3)
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
(Non-Mitsubishi Products 2) for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080870ENG
(1D7MC4)
GOT1000 Series Connection Manual
(Microcomputer, MODBUS Products,
Peripherals) for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080871ENG
(1D7MC5)
GOT1000 Series Gateway Functions Manual
for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080858ENG
(1D7MA7)
GT Simulator3 Version1 Operating Manual
for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080861ENG
(1D7MB1)
GOT1000 Series User's Manual (Extended
Functions, Option Functions) for GT Works3
(Sold separately)*1
SH-080863ENG
(1D7MB3)
GT12 Supplementary Description
(Sold separately)*1
GT12 General Description
(Included with GOT)
SH-080864ENG
(1D7MB7)
IB-0800448ENG
(1D7MB4)
SH-080866ENG
(1D7MB9)
 Before performing the test operations of the user creation monitor screen
(such as turning ON or OFF bit device, changing the word device current
value, changing the settings or current values of the timer or counter, and
changing the buffer memory current value), read through the manual
carefully and make yourself familiar with the operation method.
During test operation, never change the data of the devices which are used to
perform significant operation for the system.
False output or malfunction can cause an accident.
[STARTUP/MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
 When power is on, do not touch the terminals.
Doing so can cause an electric shock or malfunction.
 Correctly connect the battery connector.
Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short-circuit, solder, or throw the battery
into the fire.
Doing so will cause the battery to produce heat, explode, or ignite, resulting in
injury and fire.
 Before starting cleaning or terminal screw retightening, always switch off the
power externally in all phases.
Not switching the power off in all phases can cause a unit failure or
malfunction.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of
the screws or unit.
The following shows the part names for GT1275 and GT1265.
*1 It is stored as a PDF on the GT Works3 CD-ROM.
© 2011 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
*Before using the GOT, connect the GOT connector with the battery connector for
the battery purchased by the customer.
Refer to the GT11 User's Manual for the connection method.
*For details on the GT12 wiring, maintenance and inspection, methods for
checking the version and the compatible standards, and others, refer to the GT11
User's Manual.
14)
Example:
GT1275
GOT Rear Face 12) 13) 15)
2) 3)
9)
1)
10)
11)
14)
7)
1)
2)
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7)
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2. FEATURES
(1) Improved monitoring performance and connectivity to FA devices
• Provides multi-language display function based on Unicode2.1
True Type font and produces clear, beautiful text through high
grade font.
• Provides high speed monitoring through high speed
communication at maximum of 115.2kbps for the serial
communication and 100Mbps for the Ethernet communication.
• Provides high speed display and high speed touch switch
response.
• The operation performance is improved by the analog touch
panel.
(2) More efficient GOT operations including screen design, startup,
adjustment, management and maintenance works
• 9MB user memory is included as standard.
(There is a storage limit of 6M bytes for project data.)
• The RS-232 interface is included as standard.
• The RS-422/485 interface is included as standard.
• The CF card interface is included as standard.
• The Ethernet interface is included as standard.
• The USB interface equipped as standard enables the system
startup to be performed more efficiently by using the FA
transparent function (FA equipment setup tool). It also reduces
the indirect work (replacing cables, cable rewiring) to further
improve work efficiency.
• The blown backlight bulb can be confirmed even during screen
saving, indicated by the POWER LED blinking with backlight
shutoff detection.
[TOUCH PANEL PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
 For the analog-resistive film type touch panels, normally the adjustment is not
required.
However, the difference between a touched position and the object position
may occur as the period of use elapses.
When any difference between a touched position and the object position
occurs, execute the touch panel calibration.
 When any difference between a touched position and the object position
occurs, other object may be activated.
This may cause an unexpected operation due to incorrect output or
malfunction.
[BACKLIGHT REPLACEMENT PRECAUTIONS]
DANGER
DANGER
No.
This manual describes different functions between the GT1275VNBA, GT1275-VNBD, GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD (hereinafter
referred to as GT12) and the GT1155-QSBD, GT1155-QLBD
(hereinafter referred to as GT11).
For details of the installation method, wiring method, and utility
function, refer to description of the GT16 and the GT11 in each
manual.
The GT12 model only has the standard functions available.
The following shows defferences between the GT11 and the GT12.
(For details of the differences, refer to 7.SPECIFICATION
FUNCTION COMPARISON FOR GT12 AND GT11
(1) Option functions available on the standard
No option function board is required for using the option functions.
(2) Large model line up
For screen sizes, there is a 10.4 type (for the GT1675) and an 8.4
type (for the GT1665) available for large models.
(3) Expanding user memory
On the GT11, the capacity for the user memory is 3MB, whereas it
is possible to use 9MB on the GT12 for user memory.
 Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
Doing so can cause a failure, malfunction, injury or fire.
 Do not touch the conductive and electronic parts of the unit directly.
Doing so can cause a unit malfunction or failure.
 The cables connected to the unit must be run in ducts or clamped.
Not doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged due to the dangling,
motion or accidental pulling of the cables or can cause a malfunction due to a
cable connection fault.
 When unplugging the cable connected to the unit, do not hold and pull from
the cable portion.
Doing so can cause the unit or cable to be damaged or can cause a
malfunction due to a cable connection fault.
 Do not drop the module or subject it to strong shock. A module damage may
result.
 Do not drop or give an impact to the battery mounted to the unit.
Doing so may damage the battery, causing the battery fluid to leak inside the
battery.
If the battery is dropped or given an impact, dispose of it without using.
 Before touching the unit, always touch grounded metals, etc. to discharge
static electricity from human body, etc.
Not doing so can cause the unit to fail or malfunction.
 Replace battery with GT11-50BAT by Mitsubishi electric Co.only.
Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
 Dispose of used battery promptly.
Keep away from children.Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
[TEST OPERATION PRECAUTIONS]
Packing List
1. OVERVIEW
Manual number
(Model code)
CAUTION
 Always ground the FG terminal, LG terminal, and protective ground terminal
of the GOT power to the protective ground conductors dedicated to the GOT.
 Not doing so may cause an electric shock or malfunction.Terminal screws
which are not to be used must be tightened always at torque 0.5 to 0.8 N•m.
Otherwise there will be a danger of short circuit against the solderless
terminals.
 Use applicable solderless terminals and tighten them with the specified
torque.
If any solderless spade terminal is used, it may be disconnected
when the terminal screw comes loose, resulting in failure.
 Correctly wire the GOT power supply section after confirming the rated
voltage and terminal arrangement of the product.
Not doing so can cause a fire or failure.
 Tighten the terminal screws of the GOT power supply section in the specified
torque range. Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of
the screws or the GOT.
 Exercise care to avoid foreign matter such as chips and wire offcuts entering
the GOT. Not doing so can cause a fire, failure or malfunction.
 The module has an ingress prevention label on its top to prevent foreign
matter, such as wire offcuts, from entering the module during wiring.
Do not peel this label during wiring.
Before starting system operation, be sure to peel this label because of heat
dissipation.
 Plug the communication cable into the connector of the connected unit and
tighten the mounting and terminal screws in the specified torque range.
Undertightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction.
Overtightening can cause a short circuit or malfunction due to the damage of
the screws or unit.
The GOT product package includes the following:
The following shows manuals relevant to this product.
Relevant Manual
DANGER
 Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the
system before wiring.
Failure to do so may result in an electric shock, product damage or
malfunctions.
3. PART NAMES AND SETTINGS
이 기기는 업무용 (A 급 ) 전자파적합기기로서 판매자 또는 사용자는 이 점을
주의하시기 바라며 , 가정외의 지역에서 사용하는 것을 목적으 로 합니다 .
(The product is for business use (Class A) and meets the electromagnetic
compatibility requirements.
The seller and the user must note the above point, and use the product in a place
except for home.)
Model
GT1275-VNBA
GT1275-VNBD
GT1265-VNBA
GT1265-VNBD
Manuals
[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
DANGER
Compliance with the Radio Waves Act (South Korea)
CAUTION
CAUTION
 Turn on the controllers and the network devices to be ready for
communication before they communicate with the GOT.
Failure to do so can cause a communication error on the GOT.
CAUTION
 Do not bundle the control and communication cables with main-circuit, power
or other wiring.
Run the above cables separately from such wiring and keep them a minimum
of 100mm apart.
Not doing so noise can cause a malfunction.
 Do not press the GOT display section with a pointed material as a pen or
driver.
Doing so can result in a damage or failure of the display section.
 When the GOT is connected to the Ethernet network, the available IP
address is restricted according
to the system configuration.
• When multiple GOTs are connected to the Ethernet network :
Do not set the IP address (192.168.0.18) for the GOTs and the controllers in
the network.
• When a single GOT is connected to the Ethernet network :
Do not set the IP address (192.168.0.18) for the controllers except the GOT
in the network.
Doing so can cause the IP address duplication. The duplication can
negatively affect the communication of the device with the IP address
(192.168.0.18).
The operation at the IP address duplication depends on the devices and the
system.
This product complies with the Radio Waves Act (South Korea).
Note the following when using the product in South Korea.
 When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the
transport regulations.
(Refer to the User's Manual of the GOT to be used for details of the regurated
models.)
 Make sure to transport the GOT main unit and/or relevant unit(s) in the
manner they will not be exposed to the impact exceeding the impact
resistance described in the general specifications of the User's Manual of the
GOT to be used, as they are precision devices.
Failure to do so may cause the unit to fail.
Check if the unit operates correctly after transportation.
[STARTUP/MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
6) 5)
8)
4)
Description
Lit in green
: Power is correctly supplied
Lit in orange
: Screen saving
POWER LED
Blinks orange / green : Blown backlight bulb
Not lit
: Power is not supplied
Display screen
Displays the Utility and user creation screen
For operating touch switches in the Utility and the user
Touch key
creation screen
Power terminal
Power input terminal, LG terminal, FG terminal
For communicating with a controller or connecting a
RS-232 interface
personal computer (Connector type: D sub 9-pin (male))
For communicating with a controller (Connector type: D sub
RS-422/485 interface
9-pin (female))
For communicating with a controller or using the FTP server
Ethernet interface
function (Connector type: RJ-45 (modular jack))
For connecting a personal computer (Connector type: MINIUSB interface (Device)
B)
CF card interface
For installing a CF card
Lit
: CF card accessed
CF card access LED
Not lit : CF card not accessed
Used for accepting or stopping the access to the CF card
before removing the CF card from the GOT
CF card access switch
ON : CF card being accessed (CF card removal prohibited)
OFF : CF card not accessed (CF card removal possible)
Battery holder
Houses the battery
Terminating resistor
For switching on and off of the terminating resistor for the
setting switch
RS-422/485 communication port
(Inside cover)
Hole for unit
Hole for inserting the unit installation fitting
installation fitting
Installation switch
Used for OS installations at the GOT startup
4. SPECIFICATIONS
4.1 General Specifications
Display
section
Operating
Other
ambient
temperature than the
display
section
Storage ambient
temperature
Operating ambient
humidity
Storage ambient
humidity
Specifications
0 to 50
-20 to 60
Shock resistance
Operating
atmosphere
Operating altitude*1
Installation location
Overvoltage
category*2
Pollution degree*3
Cooling method
Grounding
CAUTION
 When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste.
When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to
the local regulations.
(Refer to the User's Manual of the GOT to be used for details of the battery
directive in the EU member states.)
*1: Do not use or store the GOT under pressure higher than the atmospheric
pressure of altitude 0m (0ft.).
Failure to observe this instruction may cause a malfunction.
When an air purge is made inside the control panel by adding pressure, there
may be a clearance between the surface sheet and the screen making it difficult
to use the touch panel, or the sheet may come off.
*2: This indicates the section of the power supply to which the equipment is
assumed to be connected between the public electrical power distribution
network and the machinery within the premises.
Category II applies to equipment for which electrical power is supplied from
fixed facilities.
The surge voltage withstand level for up to the rated voltage of 300 V is 2500 V.
*3: This index indicates the degree to which conductive material is generated in the
environment where the equipment is used.
In pollution degree 2, only non-conductive pollution occurs but temporary
conductivity may be produced due to condensation.
Point
4.2 Power Supply Specifications
The following indicates the power supply specifications for GT12.
4.2.1For GOTs powered from the 100 to 240VAC power supply
4.2.2For GOTs powered from the 24VDC power supply
Note
Operation at momentary failure
• If an instantaneous power failure occurs in the power supply and continues for more
than the permissible period, the GOT will be reset.
• Make sure to power on the unit more than 5 seconds after power-off.
4.2.1 For GOTs powered from the 100 to 240VAC
power supply
Specifications
Item
Input power supply voltage
GT1275-VNBA, GT1265-VNBA
AC100 to 240VAC (+10%, -15%)
Input frequency
50/60Hz
Input max. apparent power
44VA (maximum load)
Power consumption
When backlight is not lit
5%
18W or less
15W or less
Inrush current
40A or less (4ms) (maximum load)
Allowable momentary power
failure time
20 ms or less (AC 100VAC or more)
Noise immunity
1,500Vp-p noise voltage, 1 s noise width (when measuring
with a noise simulator under 25 to 60Hz noise frequency)
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
Insulation resistance
10M or more across power terminals and earth by a 500V
DC insulation resistance tester
Applicable wire size
0.75 to 2[mm2]
Applicable solderless
terminal
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2N3A, FV2-N3A
Applicable tightening torque
(Terminal block terminal
screw)
0.5 to 0.8[N•m]
Item
10 to 90% RH, non-condensing
10 to 90% RH, non-condensing
Frequency
Vibration resistance
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
4.2.2 For GOTs powered from the 24VDC power
supply
0 to 55
Compliant
with JIS B
3502 and
IEC
61131-2
CAUTION
 When replacing the backlight, use the gloves.
Otherwise, it may cause you to be injured.
 Start changing the backlight more than 5 minutes after switching the GOT
power off.
Not doing so can cause a burn due to the heat of the backlight.
Refer to GT12 Supplementary Description for details on the performance specifications of
each GOT.
Name
Item
 Before replacing the backlight, be sure to switch off the GOT power supply
externally for all phases and remove the GOT unit from the control panel.
Not switching the power off in all phases may cause an electric shock.
Not removing the unit from the control panel can cause injury due to a drop.
Acceleration
5 to 9Hz
Under
intermittent
9 to 150Hz 9.8m/s2
vibration
Sweep
Halfamplitude count
10 times
3.5mm
each in X,
Y and Z
directions
Under
5 to 9Hz
1.75mm
continuous
9 to 150Hz 4.9m/s2
vibration
Compliant with JIS B 3502 and IEC 61131-2 (147 m/s2, 3 times each
in X, Y and Z directions)
No greasy fumes, corrosive gas, flammable gas, excessive
conductive dust, and direct sunlight (Same as storage atmosphere)
2000 m (6562 ft) max.
Inside control panel
II or less
2 or less
Self-cooling
D type grounding with a resistance of 100 or less, ground to panel
when grounding is not possible
Input power supply voltage
Power consumption
When backlight is not lit
Inrush current
Allowable momentary power
failure time
Noise immunity
Dielectric withstand voltage*1
Insulation resistance*1
Applicable wire size
Applicable solderless
terminal
Applicable tightening torque
(Terminal block terminal
screw)
Specifications
GT1275-VNBD, GT1265-VNBD
DC24V (+25%, -20%)
11W or less
6W or less
29A or less (10ms) (maximum load)
10 ms or less
500Vp-p noise voltage, 1 s noise width (when measuring
with a noise simulator under 25 to 60Hz noise frequency)
500VDC for 1 minute across power terminals and earth
10M or more across power terminals and earth by a 500V
DC insulation resistance tester
0.75 to 2[mm2]
Solderless terminal for M3 screw RAV1.25-3, V2-S3.3, V2N3A, FV2-N3A
0.5 to 0.8[N•m]
*1: In this product, the surge absorber is connected between the power supply and
the ground to avoid a malfunction due to noise caused by the application of
lightning surge.
The values of the dielectric withstand voltage and insulation resistance are
recorded when the surge absorber is not connected.
4.3 External Dimensions
GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD
10
(0.39)
241 (9.49)
175.5 (6.91)
190 (7.48)
175.5 (6.91)
226 (8.90)
Unit : mm (inch)
58 (2.28)
52 (2.05)
Test standard
Unit : mm (inch)
EN
61131-2
: 2007
5. EMC AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
Test details
Immunity test in
which a noise
inducted on the
power and signal
lines is applied.
Test for checking
normal operations
under the circumstance exposed to
the ferromagnetic
field noise of the
power supply frequency (50/60Hz).
EN61000-4-8
Power supply
frequency
magnetic field
immunity
EN61000-4-11
Instantaneous
power failure and
voltage dips
immunity
Test for checking
normal operations
at instantaneous
power failure.
Standard value
Power line: 10V
Data communication port: 10V
AC power type
0.5 cycle 0% (interval 1 to 10s)
250/300 cycle 0%
10/12 cycle 40%
25/30 cycle 70%
DC power type
10ms (interval 1 to 10s)
5.1 Requirements to Meet EMC Directive
5.1.2 Control panel
The standards of the EMC Directive are shown below.
Test details
EN55011
Radiated noise*1
Electromagnetic
emissions from the
product are
measured.
EN55011
Conducted
noise*1
EN61000-4-2
Electrostatic
immunity*1
EN
61131-2
: 2007
EN61000-4-3
Radiated electromagnetic field AM
modulation
EN61000-4-4
Fast transient
burst noise*1
EN61000-4-5
Surge immunity*1
Standard value
Electromagnetic
emissions from the
product to the power
line is measured.
Immunity test in
which static
electricity is applied
to the cabinet of the
equipment.
Immunity test in
which field is
irradiated to the
product.
Immunity test in
which burst noise is
applied to the power
line and signal lines.
Immunity test in
which lightening
surge is applied to
the product.
30M-230MHz QP:
30dB V/m (30m in measurement
range)*2, *3
230M-1000MHz QP:
37dB V/m(30m in measurement
range)*2, *3
150k-500kHz QP:79dB,
Mean: 66dB*2
500k-30MHz QP:73dB,
Mean: 60dB*2
4kV Contact discharge
8kV Aerial discharge
80-1000MHz:10V/m
1.4-2GHz:3V/m
2.0-2.7GHz:1V/m
80%AM [email protected]
Power line:2kV
Digital I/O(24V or higher): 1kV
(Digital I/O(24V or less))> 250V
(Analog I/O, signal lines)> 250V
AC power type
Power line (between line and
ground): 2kV
Power line (between lines): 1kV
Data communication port: 1kV
DC power type
Power line (between line and
ground): 0.5kV
Power line (between lines):
0.5kV
Data communication port: 1kV
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5.4 EMC Directive-Compliant System
Configuration
Wire and connect GOT1000 series equipments as instructed below.
For the GOT with the 24VDC power supply, attach a ferrite core
(RFC-H13 manufactured by KITAGAWA INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD.)
within the range shown below.
If the GOT1000 series equipments are configured in a way different
from the following instructions, the system may not comply with EMC
directives.
5.4.1 Power and ground wires wiring method
(1) Power and ground wires wiring method
Connect the power wire and connection cable as shown in the
illustration.
Lead the power wire and ground wire as shown in Section 5.1.2
(2).
Be sure to ground the LG cable, FG cable, and protective ground
cable.
100-240VAC GOT power section
INPUT
24VDC (LG) (FG)
− +
(LG) (FG)
The GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and
must be installed in a conductive control panel.
It not only assure the safety but also has a large effect to shut down the
noise generated from GOT, on the control panel.
(1) Control Panel
(a) The control panel must be conductive.
(b) When fixing a top or bottom plate of the control panel with bolts,
do not coat the plate and bolt surfaces so that they will come into
contact.
And connect the door and box using a thick grounding cable in
order to ensure the low impedance under high frequency.
(c) When using an inner plate to ensure electric conductivity with the
control panel, do not coat the fixing bolt area of the inner plate
and control panel to ensure conductivity in the largest area as
possible.
(d) Ground the control panel using a thick grounding cable in order to
ensure the low impedance under high frequency.
(e) The diameter of cable holes in the control panel must be 10cm
(3.94in.). In order to reduce the chance of radio waves leaking
out, ensure that the space between the control panel and its door
is small as possible.
Paste the EMI gasket directly on the painted surface to seal the
space so that the leak of electric wave can be suppressed.
Our test has been carried out on a panel having the damping
characteristics of 37dB max. and 30dB mean (measured by 3m
method with 30 to 300MHz).
(2) Connection of power and ground wires
Ground and power supply wires for the GOT must be connected as
described below.
(a) Provide a grounding point near the GOT. Short-circuit the LG and
FG terminals of the GOT (LG: line ground, FG: frame ground)
and ground them with the thickest and shortest wire possible
(The wire length must be 30cm (11.81in.) or shorter.)
The LG and FG terminals function is to pass the noise generated
in the PC system to the ground, so an impedance that is as low
as possible must be ensured. As the wires are used to relieve the
noise, the wire itself carries a large noise content and thus short
wiring means that the wire is prevented from acting as an
antenna.
Note) A long conductor will become a more efficient antenna at
high frequency.
(b) The earth wire led from the earthing point must be twisted with
the power supply wires.
By twisting with the earthing wire, noise flowing from the power
supply wires can be relieved to the earthing. However, if a filter is
installed on the power supply wires, the wires and the earthing
wire may not need to be twisted.
(3) When connecting to PLC (manufactured by other company),
microcomputer, temperature controller, inverter, servo amplifier,
CNC, MODBUS(R)/RTU or MODBUS(R)/TCP connection.
Produce the cable (RS-232 cable, RS-422 cable) for connecting
the GOT to a controller with reference to the GOT1000 Series
Connection Manual.
Point
Configure the system to meet the EMC Directive specifications for the connected device
when connecting the GOT to a controller.
The following gives the instructions to ensure the machinery comply with the EMC
Directive. However, the manufacturer of the machinery must finally determine how to make
it comply with the EMC Directives: if it is actually compliant with the EMC Directives.
(a) For RS-422/485 cable
• Each signal wire (excluding SG and FG) should be made
into a two power wires and connected, then twisted.
SDA
RDA
RDB
SDA
SDB
SDB
RDA
RDB
• Make the SG wire more than two wires and connect.
• Strip the outer insulation layer of the prepared cable by the
length shown below to expose the braided shield for
grounding. (For grounding with cable clamps. (Refer to
Section 5.4.3.))
GOT side
90mm or less
INPUT
100-240VAC
24VDC GOT power section
FN660-6/06
ZHC2203-11
SCHAFFNER
SCHAFFNER
TDK
Rated current
3A
6A
3A
250V
The precautions required when installing a noise filter are described
below.
(1) Do not install the input and output cables of the noise filter together
to prevent the output side noise will be inducted into the input side
cable where noise has been eliminated by the noise filer.
Input side
(power supply side)
Filter
Pollution level 1:
Induction
• Installing the input and output cables
together will cause noise induction.
Process the cable used with the GOT with the following method.
When processing the cable, ferrite core and cable clamp are required.
The cable clamp used by Mitsubishi Electric for the EMC specification
compatibility test is shown below.
• TDK corporation brand ZCAT3035-1330 Ferrite Core
• Mitsubishi Electric Model AD75CK cable clamp
• Japan Zipper Tubing Co., Ltd. Zipper tube SHNJ type
(1) CPU direct connection and computer link connection
• Strip the outer insulation layer of the prepared cable by the
length shown below to expose the braided shield for
grounding. (For grounding with cable clamps. (Refer to
Section 5.4.3.))
(a) For RS-232 cable
5.2 Requirements for Compliance with the Low
Voltage Directive
The Low Voltage Directive requires each device which operates with
power supply ranging from 50VAC to 1000V and 75VDC to 1500V to
satisfy necessary safety items.
In the Sections from 5.2.1 to 5.2.5, cautions on installation and wiring of
the GOT to conform to the Low Voltage Directive requires are described.
We have put the maximum effort to develop this material based on the
requirements and standards of the Directive that we have collected.
However, compatibility of the devices which are fabricated according to
the contents of this manual to the above Directive is not guaranteed.
Each manufacturer who fabricates such device should make the final
judgement about the application method of the Low Voltage Directive
and the product compatibility.
5.2.1 Standard subject to GOT
Standard applied to GOT :
EN61131-2 Programmable controllers - Equipment
requirements and tests
EN60950-1 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
PLC side
Unit : mm (inch)
(b) For RS-422 cable
GOT side
PLC side
SD
SD
The insulation specification of the GOT was designed assuming
installation category II. Be sure to use the installation category II power
supply to the GOT.
The installation category indicates the durability level against surge
voltage generated by lightning strike.
Category I has the lowest durability; category IV has the highest
durability.
Category IV
Category III Category II
Installation category
Category I
Category II indicates a power supply whose voltage has been reduced
by two or more levels of isolating transformers from the public power
distribution.
6. INSTALLATION
6.1 Control Panel Inside Dimensions for
Mounting GOT
Install the GOT on the control panel out of the way for the equipment
inside the control panel. Do not install the GOT and the unit in
prohibited areas for the installation.
When mounting the GOT to the control panel, place the mounting
fixtures (included with GOT) on the mounting fixture attaching part of
the GOT, and fix them by tightening in the torque range of 0.36 to
0.48N•m.
Point
Applicable cable
Some cables may need to be longer than the specified dimensions when
connecting to the GOT. Therefore, consider the connector dimensions and
bending radius of the cable as well for installation.
6.2 Panel Cutting Dimensions
A
*Panel thickness : 2 to 4 mm
or less
GOT
A
B
289
200
(11.38)
(7.87)
GT1275
+2(0.08)
0(0)
227
(8.94)
GT1265
+2(0.08)
0(0)
+2(0.08)
0(0)
176
(6.93)
+2(0.08)
0(0)
Unit : mm (inch)
6.3 Mounting Position
DSR
DSR
DTR
When mounting the GOT, the following clearances must be
maintained from other structures and devices.
Some cables may need to be longer than the specified dimensions
when connecting to the GOT.
Therefore, consider the connector dimensions and bending radius of
the cable as well for installation.
For the lead-in allowance for cables at the bottom of the GOT, refer
to the following.
SG
GOT side
PLC side
230 or less (9.06) 40 (1.57)
Unit : mm (inch)
5.4.3 Grounding the cable
Ground the cable and grounding wire to the control panel where the
GOT and base unit are installed.
1) Ground the braided shield portion of the
cable to the control panel with the cable
clamp (AD75CK).
D
C
E
Braided shield
230 or less (9.06) 40 (1.57)
GOT side
Ferrite Core (ZCAT3035-1330)
120 or less (4.72)
230 or less (9.06) 40 (1.57)
Panel thickness: 2 to 4mm
(0.08 to 0.16inch)
Unit : mm (inch)
(2)Ethernet connection
Strip the outer insulation layer at both ends of the cable by the
length shown below to expose the braided shield for grounding.
(For grounding with cable clamps. (refer to Section 5.4.3.))
Attach the ferrite core to the cable in the position as illustrated
below.
PLC side
40 400 or less (15.75)
(1.57) Unit : mm (inch)
Cable clamps
2) Do not arrange the cable clamp adjacent to
other cables which do not clamp.
Noise from the control panel may access
the GOT from the cable clamp and cause
adverse effects.
5.2.4 Grounding
The following are applicable ground terminals. Use them in the grounded
state.
Be sure to ground the GOT for ensuring the safety and complying with
the EMC Directive.
Protective grounding
Functional grounding
: Ensures the safety of the GOT and improves the noise
resistance.
: Improves the noise resistance.
5.2.5 External wiring
(1) External devices
When a device with a hazardous voltage circuit is externally
connected to the GOT, select a model which complies with the
Low Voltage Directive's requirements for isolation between the
primary and secondary circuits.
(2) Insulation requirements
Dielectric withstand voltages are shown in the following table.
Reinforced Insulation Withstand Voltage
(Installation Category II, source : IEC664)
Surge withstand voltage (1.2/50 s)
150 VAC or below
2500V
300 VAC or below
4000V
5.3 EMC Directive-Compliant System
Configuration
5.3.1 GOT
5.3.2 Cables
RD
• Strip the outer insulation layer of the prepared cable by the
length shown below to expose the braided shield for
grounding. (For grounding with cable clamps. (Refer to
Section 5.4.3.))
Pollution level 4:
Use any of the GOTs with which CE mark logo is printed on the rating plate.
All GT12 models support the EMC Directive.
DTR
SG
Pollution level 3:
An environment where the air is dry and conductive
dust does not exist.
An environment where conductive dust does not
usually exist, but occasional temporary conductivity
occurs due to the accumulated dust.
Generally, this is the level for inside the control panel
equivalent a control room or on the floor of a typical
factory.
An environment where conductive dust exits and
conductivity may be generated due to the accumulated
dust.
An environment for a typical factory floor.
Continuous conductivity may occur due to rain, snow,
etc. An outdoor environment.
Rated voltage of hazardous
voltage area
5.2.2 Power supply
Unit : mm (inch)
RD
Output side
(device side)
(2) Connect the noise filter's ground terminal to the control panel with
the shortest cable as possible (approx. 10cm (3.94 in.) or less).
(b) For RS-232 cable
Use a twisted pair style for each signal wire (except SG, FG)
with SG.
5.4.2 Processing connection cables
Pollution level 2:
• Separate the input cable from the output
cable.
PLC side
230 or less (9.06) 40 (1.57)
230 or less(9.06) 40 (1.57)
Filter
Output side
(device side)
Ferrite core
(RFC-H13)
GOT side
Input side
(power supply side)
B
Test standard
FN343-3/01
Manufacturer
B
Applied
standard
Because the GOT is open type equipment (device designed to be stored
within another device), be sure to use it only when installed in a control
panel.
(1) Shock Protection
In order to prevent those who are unfamiliar with power facility,
e.g., an operator, from getting a shock, make sure to take the
following measures on the control panel.
(a) Store the GOT within the control panel locked, and allow only
those who are familiar with power facility to unlock the panel.
(b)Build the structure in order that the power supply will be shut off
when the control panel is opened.
(2) Dustproof and waterproof features
The control panel also provides protection from dust, water and
other substances. Insufficient ingression protection may lower the
insulation withstand voltage, resulting in insulation destruction.
The insulation in the GOT is designed to cope with the pollution
level 2, so use in an environment with pollustion level 2 or better.
Rated voltage
*1: The GOT is an open type device (device installed to another device) and must
be installed in a conductive control panel.
The above test items are conducted in the condition where the GOT is installed
on the conductive control panel and combined with the Mitsubishi PLC.
*2: QP (Quasi-Peak): Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
*3: The above test items are conducted in the following conditions.
30M-230MHz QP : 40dB V/m (10m in measurement range)
230M-1000MHz QP : 47dB V/m (10m in measurement range)
5.1.1 EMC directive
5.2.3 Control panel
The noise filter (power supply line filter) is a device effective to reduce
conducted noise. Except some models, installation of a noise filter onto
the power supply lines is not necessary. However conducted noise can
be reduced if it is installed. (The noise filter is generally effective for
reducing conducted noise in the band of 10MHz or less.) Usage of the
following filters is recommended.
Model name
30 A/m
For the products sold in European countries, the conformance to the EMC
Directive, which is one of the European Directives, has been a legal
obligation since 1996. Also, conformance to the Low Voltage.
Directive, another European Directives, has been a legal obligation since
1997.
Manufacturers who recognize their products must conform to the EMC and
Low Voltage Directive are required to declare that their products conform to
these Directives and put a "CE mark" on their products.
• Authorized representative in Europe
Authorized representative in Europe is shown below.
Name
:Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Address :Gothaer strase 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
EMC Directives are those which require "any strong electromagnetic force
is not output to the external.:Emission (electromagnetic interference)" and
"It is not influenced by the electromagnetic wave from the external.:
Immunity (electromagnetic sensitivity)".
Items5.1.1 through5.4.3 summarize the precautions to use GOT and
configure the mechanical unit in order to match the EMC directives.
Though the data described herein are produced with our best on the basis
of the requirement items and standards of the restrictions gathered by
Mitsubishi, they do not completely guaranteed that all mechanical unit
manufactured according to the data do not always match the above
directives. The manufacturer itself which manufactures the mechanical unit
must finally judge the method and others to match the EMC directives.
5.1.3 Noise filter (power supply line filter)
A
288 (11.34)
Applied
standard
EN61000-4-6
Conducted RF
immunity*1
6
(0.24)
10
(0.39)
222 (8.74)
51 (2.01)
6
(0.24)
53 (2.09)
10
(0.39)
214 (8.43)
175 (6.89)
(0.39)
303 (11.93)
252 (9.92)
199 (7.83)
10
GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD
C
Installation
Environment
A,D
B
When the
CF card is
not used
In the presence of
radiated-noise or
heat-generating
equipment nearby
50(1.97)
or more
80(3.15)
or more
50(1.97)
or more
In the absence of
radiated-noise or
heat-generating
equipment nearby
20(0.79)
or more
20(0.79)
or more
20(0.79)
or more
When the
CF card is
used
E
100(3.94)
or more
100(3.94)
or more
20(0.79)
or more
Unit : mm(inch)
Modify the cables (including user-produced cable) to ensure
compliance with the EMC Directive.
For details, refer to Section 5.4.2.
In addition, refer to the GOT1000 Series Connection Manual regarding
cables to be used.
GT12
GT12
Item
The table overview shows the different specifications and functions
available on the GT12 and the GT11.
For details of each function, refer to the relevant manual.
(1) Hardware comparison
The following shows the differences in hardware on the GT12 and
the GT11.
User’s Manual (2/2)
GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD
GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD
 : Not supported
 : Supported
7. SPECIFICATION FUNCTION
COMPARISON FOR GT12 AND GT11
GT1275VNBA
Type
GT1275VNBD
GT1265VNBA
GT1265VNBD
TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size
10.4"
GT1155-QSBD
GT1155-QLBD
STN color liquid
crystal display
STN monochrome
liquid crystal display
(white/black)
8.4"
320  240 [dots]
Resolution
Prior to use, please read both this manual and the
detailed manual thoroughly to fully understand the
product.
Display size
211(8.31)(W) 
158(6.22)(H)
[mm](inch)
171(6.73)(W) 
128(5.04)(H)
[mm](inch)
115(4.53)(W)  86(3.39)(H) [mm](inch)
Character display
count
16-dot standard font: 40 characters 30
lines (2byte character)
12-dot standard font: 53 characters 40
lines (2byte character)
16-dot standard font: 20 characters 15
lines (2byte character)
12-dot standard font: 26 characters 20
lines (2byte character)
GT12-U(SHO)-E
Model
code
1D7ME1
Display
section
Color display
256 colors
256 colors
Monochrome
(white/black)
16 Scales
Display angle
Left/Right: 45 degrees
Top/Bottom: 20 degrees
Left/Right: 50
degrees
Top: 50 degrees
Bottom: 60 degrees
Left/Right: 45
degrees
Top: 20 degrees
Bottom: 40 degrees
SH(NA)-080977ENG-C(1105)MEE
Contrast
adjustment
-
Approx. 50,000 h or Approx. 40,000 h or
longer(Time when
longer(Time when
display luminance
display luminance
reaches 50% at the reaches 50% at the
operating ambient
operating ambient
temperature of 25 ) temperature of 25 )
Backlight Life
Type
Number of touch
keys
Touch
panel
Memory
380[cd/m2]
(Adjustable in 8
levels)
Approx. 52,000 h (Operating ambient
temperature: 25 )
Life
Approx. 50,000 h (Operating ambient
temperature: 25 )
Approx. 75,000 h
or longer
Approx. 54,000 h
or longer
Analog resistive film
Matrix resistive film
Minimum 2  2 [dots] (per key)
Maximum 16  16 [dots] (per key)
Simultaneous presses not allowed.
(Only 1 point can be touched.)
Maximum of 2 points
Built-in flash memory 9MB*1
Built-in flash memory 3MB
 (Rear side)
 (Front side)
Option functions supported as standard
Option function board is necessary for
option function use


Number of objects
that can be
simultaneously
touched
C drive
USB (device)
Option function
Built-in
board
interface
220[cd/m2]
(Adjustable in 8
levels)
300 keys/screen (Matrix structure of 15
lines  20 columns)
Key size
Ethernet
GT11 User's Manual
(Hardware)
16-level adjustment
200[cd/m2]
(Adjustable in 4 levels)
Intensity of LCD
only
Relevant manual
5.7"
640  480 [dots]
Thank you for purchasing the GOT1000 Series.
MODEL
-: Not necessary
GT11
GT16 User's Manual
(Hardware)
GT11 User's Manual
GT11 User's Manual
GT16 User's Manual
(Hardware)
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GT12
Item
GT1275VNBA
GT1275VNBD
GT11
GT1265VNBA
GT1265VNBD
GT1155-QSBD
GT1155-QLBD
External dimensions
303(11.93)(W) 
214(8.43)(H) 
53(2.09)(D)
[mm](inch)
241(9.49)(W) 
190(7.48)(H) 
58(2.29)(D)
[mm](inch)
164(6.46)(W) 135(5.32)(H)  56(2.21)(D)
[mm](inch)
Panel cutting dimensions
289(11.38)(W) 
200(7.87)(H)
[mm](inch)
227(8.94)(W) 
176(6.93)(H)
[mm](inch)
153 (6.03)(W)  121(4.77)(H) [mm] (inch)
2.3kg(5.1lb)
1.7kg(3.7lb)
0.7kg(1.5lb)
Weight (mounting fixtures are
not included)
100 to
240VAC
Power supply
24VDC
100 to
240VAC
24VDC
Relevant manual
Shape
GT11 User's Manual
GOT internal device
Screen changing
 : Supported
GT12
Protective sheet
Battery
Attachment
Stand
Backlight
GT1275-VNBA,
GT1275-VNBD
GT11-70PSCB
 : Not supported
GT11
GT1265-VNBA,
GT1265-VNBD
GT1155-QSBD,
GT1155-QLBD
GT11-60PSCB
Relevant manual
GT11-50PSCB
Antiglare

GT11-50PSGB
Clear
(Frame: white)

GT11-50PSCW
Antiglare
(Frame: white)

GT11-50PSGW
*1
(Pre-attached for shipment)



GT15-70
ATT-87



GT15-60
ATT-97



GT15-60
ATT-96



GT15-60
ATT-87



GT15-60
ATT-77

GT15-70STAND
GT12-70VLTN
GT12-60VLTN
GT05-50STAND
Replacement unavailable
*1 : The GOT automatically formats the D drive (SRAM) when the battery is not attached.
Attach the battery to keep clock and alarm history data.


GB
65536 points
65536 points
GD
65536 points
65536 points




Rounded,
rectangle
Memory card
storage for
screen transition
history


Historical data list
display
1

Date display/time
display
View format
Date: 20 types
Time: 6 types
Date: 20 types
Time: 6 types
User alarm
Alarm (device)
points
Maximum 8192
Maximum 8192
Alarm (device)
points
3072
3072
D drive: 2048 records
A drive: 3072 records
D drive: 2048 records
A drive: 3072 records
D drive, A drive
D drive, A drive
Popup display
Scrolling display
Alarm history
recorded
File storage
location
Alarm display function


D drive, A drive
(Number of alarms : 8)

Advanced
system alarm
function
D drive, A drive

Line graph
Scale points
101
101
Trend graph
Scale points
101
101
Bar graph
Scale points
101
101
Statistics bar graph Scale points
101
101
Statistics pie graph
Scale points
101
101
Scatter graph
Scale points
101
101
Circle graph
Scale points
101
101
Advanced alarm observation
Advanced user
alarm function
GT16 User's Manual
(Hardware)


GT1155-QSBD,
GT1155-QLBD
GT16 User's Manual
(Hardware)
GT11 User's Manual
 : Not supported
Maximum
number of
objects per
screen
GT11 User's Manual
GT15-70
ATT-98
GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD,
GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD
ASCII input/display Text alignment
Alarm history
GT1150BAT
GT11
Vertical format
DC24V
(2) Option comparison
The following shows the differences in options on the GT12 and the GT11.
Clear
 : Supported
GT12
Item
*1:The limit for available storage for project data is 6MB.
Item
(3) Function comparison
The following shows the differences in functions on the GT12 and the GT11.
For details of the utility screen, refer to the GT16 User's Manual.
-: Not necessary
Relevant manual
Screen Design
Manual
(Fundamentals)
Screen Design
Manual (Functions)
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Item
GT12
GT11
GT1275-VNBA, GT1275-VNBD,
GT1265-VNBA, GT1265-VNBD
GT1155-QSBD,
GT1155-QLBD


300 points
-
8 lines
-
1
-


Historical trend graph
Points
Number of pens
Number of
objects on a
screen
Logging function
Cycle
(logging trigger)
500ms (minimum value)
-
4
-
Number of
settings
*1
*1
8192 points is total for all recipe settings
8192 points per 1 recipe setting
D drive, A drive
D drive, A drive
Recipe function
Recipe count
Recipe file
storage location
Bar code function


RFID function


Hard copy function*2


Hard copy file
storage location
A drive
-
Maximum
number of files
100
Item
Model
Model
setting
GOT type
Setting /
installation
direction
Color setting
Connection
device
setting
GT12
GT11
GT12**-V(640480)
GT11**-Q(320240)
Horizontal and vertical option not
available
Horizontal and vertical option available
I/F
Standard I/F(RS422/485)
Standard I/F(RS232)
Standard I/F(Ethernet)
CH2
I/F
Standard I/F(RS422/485)
Standard I/F(RS232)
Standard I/F(Ethernet)
Screen Design
Manual (Functions)
Monochrome 16 adjustment level, 256
colors
Screen Design Manual
(Fundamentals)
Standard I/F(RS422/232)
Standard I/F(RS232)
256 colors
CH1
Relevant manual
I/F none
(5)GT Simulator3 comparison
The following shows the differences in functions for [GOT1000 series GT12 simulator] and [GOT1000 series GT11 simulator] on GT Simulator3.
To use the GT12 simulation functions on GT Simulator3, select [GOT1000 series GT12 simulator] in the main menu dialog box on GT Simulator3.
If no differences exist in the simulation function for [GOT1000 series GT12 simulator] and [GOT1000 series GT11 simulator] on GT Simulator3,
the specifications are the same as that for the hardware.
For details of the hardware specifications, refer to the following.
(1) Hardware comparison
(3) Function comparison
For details of the functions and the utility to operate the GT12, refer to the following.
GT Simulator3 Version1 Operating Manual for GT Works3 (3.2 Functions that cannot be simulated)
 : Supported
FA transparent function


GOT maintenance
function


 (Maximum 2 ch.)

GOT start time
Multi-channel function
FTP server function

System monitoring function



A list editor function
*1
*1
FX list editor function
*1
*1




GT Designer3
English version: Version 1.01B or later
GT Designer3
Japanese version: Version 1.00A or later
English version: Version 1.01B or later
GT Designer2
Japanese version: Version 2.25B or later
English version: Version 2.27D or later
Back-up/restore function
GOT data
package
acquisition
Software package support
Relevant manual
(4) GT Designer3 comparison
The following shows the differences in settings for GT Designer3 on the GT12 and the GT11.
When designing GT12 screens, BMP and JPEG format files can be used for parts display and parts movement images.
Item
GT16 User's Manual
Option
Action
setup
GOT1000 series (GT12) simulator
GOT type
Resolution*1
Color display*1
Gateway Functions
Manual
GOT1000 Series
User's Manual
(Extended Functions,
Option Functions)
GOT1000 Series
User's Manual
(Extended Functions,
Option Functions)
GOT1000 Series
User's Manual
(Extended Functions,
Option Functions)
GOT1000 series (GT11) simulator
GT12**-V
GT11**-Q
640  480 [dots]
320  240 [dots]
256 colors
256 colors
Memory*1
9MB
3MB
Advanced alarm observation
*2

Historical trend graph
*2

Logging function
*2

Hard copy function
*2

Software package
support*3
 : Not supported
Relevant manual
GT Simulator3
Version1 Operating
Manual for GT Works3
GT Designer3
GT Designer3
English version: Version 1.14Q or later English version: Version 1.01B or later
*1 : For details of the specifications, refer to (1) Hardware comparison.
*2 : For details of the functions, refer to (3) Function comparison.
*3 : GT Simulator3 is installed or uninstalled automatically when GT Designer3 is installed or uninstalled.
-
*1:An option function board is required for the GT11.
No option function board is required for the GT12.
*2:When the file number is between 90 and 100, the system signal 2-1.b12 (hard copy auxiliary signal) turns on.
The signal notifies that the number of files in a CF card has reached almost the maximum (100).
(6) Installation comparison
The installation method of the GT12 is the same as that for the
GT1155.
For details of the installation, refer to the following.
GT11 User's Manual
(7) Wiring comparison
Use the same wiring methods of GT16 to configure the GT12
wirings.
For details of the wiring, refer to the following.
GT16 User's Manual (Hardware)
(8) Utility function comparison
The operation method of the utility function of the GT12 is the
same as that for the GT16.
For details on the operation method of the utility function, refer to
the following.
GT16 User's Manual (Basic Utility)
(9) Message displaying language selectable by utility
For the GT12, the message displaying language selectable by the
utility is the same as that for the GT11.
For details of the relationship between the message displaying
language selectable by the utility and the standard font, refer to
the following.
GT Designer3 Version1 Screen Design Manual
(Fundamentals)
Warranty
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However, when installing the product where major accidents or
losses could occur if the product fails, install appropriate backup or
failsafe functions in the system.
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