FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block USER`S MANUAL

FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block USER`S MANUAL
USER’S MANUAL
FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block
FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block
Foreword
• This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation
and operation of the communication facilities of FX series.
• Before attempting to install or use the communication facilities of FX series this manual should be read and
understood.
• If in doubt at any stage of the installation of the communication facilities of FX series always consult a
professional electrical engineer who is qualified and trained to the local and national standards which apply to
the installation site.
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Mitsubisi Electric distributor.
• This manual is subject to change without notice.
FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block
FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface
Master Block
Manual number : JY992D76901
User’s Manual
Manual revision : G
Date
: September 2007
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent
licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial
property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
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Guidelines for the safety of the user and protection of the FX2N-32ASI-M
AS-interface Master Block.
This manual provides information for the use of the FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block.
The manual has been written to be used by trained and competent personnel. The definition of
such a person or persons is as follows:
a) Any engineer who is responsible for the planning, design and construction of automatic
equipment using the product associated with this manual should be of a competent
nature, trained and qualified to the local and national standards required to fulfill that
role. These engineers should be fully aware of all aspects of safety with regards to
automated equipment.
b) Any commissioning or service engineer must be of a competent nature, trained and
qualified to the local and national standards required to fulfill that job. These engineers
should also be trained in the use and maintenance of the completed product. This
includes being completely familiar with all associated documentation for said product. All
maintenance should be carried out in accordance with established safety practices.
c) All operators of the completed equipment should be trained to use that product in a safe
and co-ordinated manner in compliance to established safety practices. The operators
should also be familiar with documentation which is connected with the actual operation
of the completed equipment.
Note : The term ‘completed equipment’ refers to a third party constructed device which
contains or uses the product associated with this manual.
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Note’s on the symbols used in this manual
At various times through out this manual certain symbols will be used to highlight points of
information which are intended to ensure the users personal safety and protect the integrity of
equipment. Whenever any of the following symbols are encountered its associated note must
be read and understood. Each of the symbols used will now be listed with a brief description of
its meaning.
Hardware warnings
1) Indicates that the identified danger WILL cause physical and property damage.
2) Indicates that the identified danger could POSSIBLY cause physical and property
damage.
3) Indicates a point of further interest or further explanation.
Software warning
4) Indicates special care must be taken when using this element of software.
5) Indicates a special point which the user of the associate software element should
be aware.
6) Indicates a point of interest or further explanation.
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• Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi Electric be liable responsible for any consequential
damage that may arise as a result of the installation or use of this equipment.
• All examples and diagrams shown in this manual are intended only as an aid to
understanding the text, not to guarantee operation. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no
responsibility for actual use of the product based on these illustrative examples.
• Owing to the very great variety in possible application of this equipment, you must satisfy
yourself as to its suitability for your specific application.
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Table of contents
Guideline ............................................................................................. iii
Table of contents
1. Introduction............................................................................................1-1
1.1 External Dimensions and Each Part Name ......................................................... 1-2
1.2 System configuration ........................................................................................... 1-4
1.3 Applicable PLC .................................................................................................... 1-5
1.3.1 Controlled Maximum I/O Points of Each PLC............................................................ 1-5
1.3.2 Maximum Controlled Slave Units .............................................................................. 1-6
2. Wiring ....................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Caution for Wiring................................................................................................ 2-1
2.2 Wiring .................................................................................................................. 2-2
3. Specifications ........................................................................................3-1
3.1 Environmental Specifications .............................................................................. 3-1
3.2 Power Supply Specifications ............................................................................... 3-1
3.3 Performance Specifications ................................................................................. 3-2
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4. Master Start-Up .....................................................................................4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Flow of Master Start-Up....................................................................................... 4-1
Off-line Phase...................................................................................................... 4-2
Detection Phase .................................................................................................. 4-2
Activation Phase .................................................................................................. 4-2
Start of Normal Operation.................................................................................... 4-3
5. Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs)...................................................5-1
5.1 Buffer Memories (BFM) List................................................................................. 5-1
5.2 Execution Control (EC) Flags and Host Interface (HI) Flags
<BFM #0 bit 0 to bit 3 and #8> ............................................................................ 5-3
5.2.1 Execution Control (EC) Flags (Using FROM Instruction)
<BFM #0 bit 0 to 3, BFM #8> .................................................................................... 5-4
5.2.2 Host Interface (HI) Flags (Using TO Instruction) <BFM #0 bit 0 to bit 3>.................. 5-7
5.3 Input and Output Data for AS-interface slave
<BFM #0 bit 4 to bit 15 and #1 to #7> (Read / Write) .......................................... 5-8
5.4 Watchdog Time Setting <BFM #9> (Read / Write) .............................................. 5-9
5.5 List of Detected Slave (LDS) <BFM #10, #11> (Read only) .............................. 5-10
5.6 List of Activated Slaves (LAS) <BFM #12, #13> (Read only) ............................ 5-11
5.7 List of Projected Slaves (LPS) <BFM #14, #15> (Read / Write)........................ 5-12
5.8 List of Slaves with Configuration Differences <BFM #16, #17> (Read only) ..... 5-13
5.9 Command Buffer <BFM #20 to 22> (Read / Write) ........................................... 5-14
5.9.1 Command Word List................................................................................................ 5-15
5.9.2 Result List................................................................................................................ 5-18
5.9.3 Example Program for Command Buffer .................................................................. 5-19
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5.10 Error Status <BFM #29> (Read Only) ............................................................... 5-24
5.11 ID Code <BFM #30> (Read Only) ..................................................................... 5-25
6. Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode.............................6-1
6.1 Changing the Operation Mode ............................................................................ 6-2
6.1.1 Switching to Protected Operation Mode .................................................................... 6-2
6.1.2 Switching to Configuration Mode............................................................................... 6-2
6.2 Configuration Mode ............................................................................................. 6-3
6.2.1 Operating the Master in Configuration Mode ............................................................ 6-3
6.2.2 Programming the Slave Address............................................................................... 6-4
6.2.3 Delete Slave Address ................................................................................................ 6-5
6.3 Protected Operating Mode .................................................................................. 6-6
6.3.1 Operating the Master in Protected Operating Mode.................................................. 6-6
6.3.2 Automatic Address Assignment ................................................................................ 6-7
6.3.3 Manual Address Assignment..................................................................................... 6-8
6.4 Displayed Message Number ............................................................................... 6-9
7. Example Program..................................................................................7-1
7.1 Content of Operation ........................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 System Configuration .......................................................................................... 7-2
7.3 Example Program................................................................................................ 7-3
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8. Diagnostics............................................................................................8-1
8.1 Preliminary Checks.............................................................................................. 8-1
8.2 Error Checking..................................................................................................... 8-2
8.2.1 LED Check ................................................................................................................ 8-2
8.2.2 Check the display message for the 32ASI-M ............................................................ 8-5
8.2.3 Check BFM #29 error status of the 32ASI-M ............................................................ 8-7
Appendix A:
Further Information Manual Lists.............................................................. A-1
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1.
Introduction 1.
Introduction
The FX 2N -32ASI-M (hereinafter referred to “32ASI-M”) is master block in AS-interface
(Actuator-Sensor-Interface) system for FX3U, FX3UC, FX2N, FX1N and FX0N series PLCs.
1) Automatic Address Assignment for AS-interface Slave Units
When a slave breaks down (one of the configured slaves is not recognized), 32ASI-M can
automatically allocate the slave at address 0 to the failed address.
If the non-functioning slave is replaced, the system will revert to the original slave address
numbering.
2) Control Slave Units
The 32ASI-M can control a maximum of 31 slave units (up to 4 inputs and 4 outputs per
address) on an AS-interface system. However, the maximum number of controllable slaves
may be limited according to programmable controller connected. (refer to subsection 1.3.2.)
3) The Maximum Total Extension Distance
The maximum total extension distance is usually 100m (328' 1"). Using 2 repeaters, the
maximum total extension distance is 300 m (984' 3").
4) I/O Refresh Time
I/O refresh time is about 5ms using maximum I/O points.
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External Dimensions and Each Part Name
Dimensions: mm (inches) MASS (Weight): 0.2 kg (0.44 lbs)
Accessory: Special block No. label
4(0.16")
e)
o)
f)
80(3.15")
FX2N-32ASI-M
MODE SET
i)
PRJ MODE
PRG ENABLE
FROM/TO
CONFIG ERR
n)
b)
h)
ADDRESS/ERROR
9(0.35")
87(3.43")
m)
k)
l)
4(0.16")
55(2.17")
b)
p)
j)
n) m)
Remove Top Cover
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ASI+ ASI-
POWER
ASI+ ASI-
a)
ASI ACTIVE
FX2N-32ASI-M
U ASI
d)
ASI+ ASI-
c)
ASI+ ASI-
g)
90(3.54")
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FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block
Introduction 1.
a) Groove for DIN rail mounting (Width of DIN rail: 35 mm <1.38">)
b) Hook for Din rail
c) Extension cable
d) Display: Station number, location of 32ASI-M or error code are displayed on this display.
e) Direct mounting holes (2-∅4.5 mm <0.18">)
f) U ASI LED
: Lit when external power is supplied from the AS-interface power
supply.
g) ASI ACTIVE LED
: Lit when 32ASI-M is normal operation.
h) POWER LED
: Lit when the 5 V DC power is supplied from the main unit.
i) PRJ MODE LED
: Lit when 32ASI-M is in configuration mode.
j) PRG ENABLE LED : Lit when 32ASI-M is in Automatic address programming enable.
k) FROM / TO LED
: Lit when 32ASI-M is accessed from main unit.
l) CONFIG ERR LED : Lit when AS-interface system has a configuration error.
m) SET button
n) MODE button
o) Terminal screw (M3)
p) Extension connector
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Introduction 1.
System configuration
FX0N,FX1N,
FX2N,FX3U,
FX3UC
32ASI-M
(Master)
AS-interface flat cable
Slave
(Sensor /
Actuator)
AS-interface flat cable
Repeater
AS-interface
Power Supply
Slave
(Sensor /
Actuator)
Slave
(Sensor /
Actuator)
AS-interface
Power Supply
Slave
(Sensor /
Actuator)
• The maximum number of controllable slaves is 31.
However, the maximum number of controllable slaves may be limited according to the
programmable controller connected.
For this limitation, refer to subsection 1.3.2.
• Total extension distance is for 32ASI-M is 100 m (328.1')
(Up to 2 repeaters can be used on the system. A repeater may extend the total distance an additional
100 m (328.1').
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Introduction 1.
Applicable PLC
32ASI-M can be connected to FX3U, FX 3UC, FX 2N , FX 1N , or FX 0N Series PLCs. The I/O
control points of both the 32ASI-M and PLC CPU must not exceed the host PLC’s maximum I/
O point capacity.
Therefore, there is a limitation in the number of units (number of slaves) which can be
controlled according to the I/O points recognized by the with PLC's CPU (occupation)*1 as
follows.
*1 To use FX2N, FX1N, or FX0N Series PLCs, each AS-i slave station occupies 4 CPU I/O
points.
To use FX3U, FX3UC Series PLC, each AS-i slave station occupies 8 CPU I/O points.
Note;
An 32ASI-M module cannot be attached to an FX series PLC that is using an FX2N-16CCLM module.
Only one 32ASI-M module can be connected to the PLC.
1.3.1
Controlled Maximum I/O Points of Each PLC
Table 1.1: Controlled Maximum I/O Points of Each PLC
PLC Type
Maximum I/O Points
FX3U, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or later)
384 points
FX2N, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or less)
256 points
FX1N
128 points
FX0N
128 points
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1.3.2
Introduction 1.
Maximum Controlled Slave Units
The 32ASI-M can connect up to 31 slaves. However, there is a limit to the maximum number of
controllable slaves according to the PLC connected.
32ASI-M calculates the number of active slaves which can be operated, and sets a limit which
cannot be exceeded.
Note:
There is a possibility that an active slave may not operate, even if it is within the system
limits.
1) Calculation for the number of active slaves which can be operated
The number of active slaves which can be operated by each PLC type is calculated as
follows.
a) FX0N, FX1N, FX2N, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or less)
Controlled I/O points
( Maximum I/O points ) -( <include
occupied points> ) = Number of active slave ≤ 31 Slaves
*1
4
*1 Maximum I/O points, as shown in table 1.1.
b) FX3U, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or later)
The value of A in Formula M is obtained from Formula N below. Note that when the Formula N
result is larger than 248, a value of 248 must be assigned to A.
A
8
= Number of active slave = 31 Slaves ..........M
A = (Maximum I/O points*2) - (Controlled I/O points <include occupied points>) ..........N
*2 Maximum I/O points, as shown in table 1.1.
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Introduction 1.
2) Active slaves fall into 2 limitation categories.
a) Limitation 1
A slave which can operate is allocated the lowest available active slave address.
A slave which exceeds the number of allowable active slaves cannot operate.
b) Limitation 2
One slave requires 4 bits in either the upper or lower areas of a byte. If an active in an
upper or lower byte area cannot operate (through limitation 1) then any other active
slaves located in the remaining 4 bits of the upper or lower byte area cannot operate
either.
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Introduction 1.
Limitation Example 1
- Connected PLC: FX1N-40MR + 32ASI-M
- Controlled I/O points of PLC: 48 points <FX1N(40 points) + 32ASI-M(8 points)>
Number of active slaves which can be operated: (128 - 48) ÷ 4 = 20
- Active slave addresses: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26 and 27
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
B it 15
U pper
#0
3
#1
7
#2
11
#3
15
#4
19
#5
23
#6
27
#7
31
byte
2
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
B it 0
Low er byte
1
C E flag
5
4
9
8
13
12
17
16
21
20
25
24
29
28
: T his area represents an operative
active slave address.
: T his area represents an inoperative
active slave address refering to
lim itation 1
As these active slaves correspond only to limitation 1 in this example; The active slaves which
can be operated are 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
(The active slaves which cannot be operated are 26 and 27 by limitation 1.)
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Limitation example 2
- Composition of programmable controller:FX1N-40MR + FX0N-40ER + 32ASI-M
- Controlled I/O points of PLC: 88 points
<FX1N(40 points) + FX0N(40 points) + 32ASI-M(8 points)>
Number of active slaves which can be operated: (128 - 88) ÷ 4 = 10
- Active slave addresses: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26 and 27
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
BFM
B it 15
U pper
#0
3
#1
7
#2
11
#3
15
#4
19
#5
23
#6
27
#7
31
byte
2
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
B it 0
Low er byte
1
C E flag
5
4
9
8
13
12
17
16
21
20
25
24
29
28
: T his area represents an operative
active slave address.
: T his area represents an inoperative
active slave address refering to
lim itation 1
: T his area represents an inoperative
active slave address refering to
lim itation 2
As these active slaves correspond to limitation 1 and 2 in this example; The active slaves
which can be operated are 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 as these active slaves correspond to
limitation 1 and limitation 2 in this example. (The active slaves which cannot be operated are
13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 by limitation 1. The active slave which cannot
be operated is 12 by limitation 2.)
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Introduction 1.
Note:
In this example, the maximum capacity is 10 active slaves. If the 10th active slave is
changed by either of the two following methods, it can be made operative.
• When the slave allocated to address 13 is reallocated in an empty address
of 14 or more, active slave address 12 can operate.
• .When the slave allocated to address 12 is re-allocated in an empty address, lower than
its current address, the active slave can operate (from its new location) for example,
relocation to position 5.
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2.
Wiring
2.1
Caution for Wiring
Wiring 2.
1) Do not lay signal cable near high voltage power cables or put them in the same trunking
duct. Otherwise, the effects of noise or surge induction are likely to take place. Keep a safe
distance of more than 100 mm (3.94") from these wires.
2) Connect the ground terminal on 32ASI-M with the ground terminal on the main unit of the
programmable controller. Use class D (100Ω or less) grounding on the main unit.
3) The terminal screws for the terminal of the 32ASI-M are M3 (0.12") screws and therefore
the crimp style terminal (see drawing) suitable for use with these screws should be fitted to
the cable for wiring.
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
For M3 (0.12")
For M3 (0.12")
6.2 mm (0.24")
or less
4) The terminal tightening torque is 0.5 to 0.8 N·m (5 to 8 kgf·cm). Tighten securely to avoid
malfunction.
5) Cut off all phases of power source externally before installation or wiring work in order to
avoid electric shock or damage to the product.
6) Replace the provided terminal cover before supplying power and operating the unit after
installation or wiring work in order to avoid electric shock.
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2.2
Wiring 2.
Wiring
To connect the 32ASI-M to slave units or AS-interface power supply use the AS-interface flat
cable (yellow). For slaves, refer to relevant manuals.
f
d
A S I+
c
A S I+
A S I-
A S I-
*1
A S I+
A S I-
g
e
Table 2.1: Wiring
No.
Item Description
c
Main unit of FX0N, FX1N, FX2N, FX3U or FX3UC Series programmable controller
d
Grounding resistance of 100 Ω or less (Class D)
e
32ASI-M
f
AS-interface flat cable (yellow)
g
AS-interface power supply
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Specifications 3.
3.
Specifications
3.1
Environmental Specifications
Table 3.1: Environmental Specifications
Item
3.2
Description
Environmental specifications
excluding dielectric withstand
voltage and complies with
Same as those of the main unit.
Dielectric Withstand Voltage
500 V AC > 1 min, tested between all points, terminals and ground
Complies with
AS-i certification (EN50295)
Ver. 2.04
Power Supply Specifications
Table 3.2: Power Supply Specifications
Item
Description
External Power Supply
AS-interface power supply
External Current Consumption
70 mA (Typical 30.5 V DC)
Internal Current Consumption
150 mA at 5 V DC
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3.3
Specifications 3.
Performance Specifications
Table 3.3: Performance Specifications
Item
Description
Max. 31 slave units
Maximum Number of Controllable The maximum number of controllable slaves may be limited
according to the programmable controller connected. (Refer to
Units
subsection 1.3.2.)
Maximum Allowable Write to the
EEPROM
10,000 or below
I/O Refresh Time
Max. 5 ms (Connecting maximum I/O points)
Communication Speed
167 kbps
Communication Method
APM (Alternating Pulse Modulation) method
Communication Path Format
Bus network type (Free topology)
Total Extension Distance
Max. 100 m (328' 1")
(Up to 2 repeaters can be used on the system. The total extension
distance may be extended by 100 m (328' 1") for each repeater.)
Number of Occupied I/O Points
The occupied I/O points taken from the programmable controller
extension bus (can be either input or output).
32ASI-M: 8 points
1 Slave;
• FX0N, FX1N, FX2N, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or less):4 points
• FX3U, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or later):
8 points
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Specifications 3.
Table 3.3: Performance Specifications
Item
Description
Applicable Programmable
Controller
FX3U, FX3UC, FX2N, FX1N, FX0N Series PLCs
The maximum number of system I/O (including 32ASI-M occupied
points);
• FX3U, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or later): 384 or less
• FX2N, FX3UC (Ver. 2.20 or less): 256 or less
• FX1N, FX0N: 128 or less
AS-i Version
Ver. 2.04
Communication with
Programmable Controller
FROM / TO instruction
Display (7 Segment)
2 column (slave address / error code)
LED Indication
POWER
Lit when the 5 V DC power supplied from main unit.
U ASI
Lit when external power supplied from the AS-interface
power supply.
ASI ACTIVE
Lit when AS-interface system is in normal operation.
PRJ MODE
Lit when 32ASI-M is in configuration mode.
PRG ENABLE
Lit when 32ASI-M is in automatic address programming
enable.
FROM / TO
Lit when 32ASI-M is accessed from main unit.
CONFIG ERR
Lit when AS-interface system has a configuration error.
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Specifications 3.
MEMO
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4.
Master Start-Up
4.1
Flow of Master Start-Up
Master Start-Up 4.
After powering on, all segments of the number displays and all LEDs light up for approximately
one second. Afterwards, the LEDs display the condition of their respective flags. The 7
segment displays show the condition of the 32ASI-M.
Off-line Phase <This phase displays “40”>
For this phase operation, refer to section 4.2.
Detection Phase <This phase displays “41”>
For this phase operation, refer to section 4.3.
Activation Phase <This phase displays “42”>
For this phase operation, refer to section 4.4.
Start of Normal Operation (Protected Operating Mode and Configuration Mode)
< Starting Normal operation, “43” displays>
For this phase operation, refer to section 4.5.
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4.2
Master Start-Up 4.
Off-line Phase
This phase initializes the AS-interface. There is no data communication on the AS-interface. If
the AS-interface circuit is insufficiently powered (“U ASI LED” is not lit.), the master remains in
the off-line phase.
Note:
The configuration error occurs without fail when the 32ASI-M is in the off-line phase.
Therefore, disregard this error when the 32ASI-M is in the off-line phase.
4.3
Detection Phase
This phase searches for slaves located on the 32ASI-M. The 32ASI-M remains in the detection
phase until it finds at least one slave.
4.4
Activation Phase
This phase activates the slave(s) which 32ASI-M found in the Detection phase. This enables
access to the AS-interface slaves’ data connections.
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4.5
Master Start-Up 4.
Start of Normal Operation
In normal operation, the 32ASI-M can exchange data with all active slaves. It transmits
management messages and looks for and activates newly connected slaves.
Normal operation has “Protected operating mode” and “Configuration mode”. During start-up,
the unit defaults to the protected operating mode if there is an activated slave in the 32ASI-M.
protected operating mode and the configuration mode can be changed by writing the
command from the programmable controller or operating the button of 32ASI-M. Refer to
chapter 6 for the explanation and operation of each mode.
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Master Start-Up 4.
MEMO
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
5.
Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs)
5.1
Buffer Memories (BFM) List
Table 5.1: BFM List
BFM No.
Description
FROM Instruction (Read)
TO Instruction (Write)
BFM #0
Input data from AS-interface slave 1 to 3
(see section 5.3) and part of execution
control (EC) flags (see section 5.2)
Output data to AS-interface slave 1 to 3
(see section 5.3) and host interface (HI)
flags (see section 5.2)
BFM #1 to 7
Input data from AS-interface slave 4 to 31 Output data to AS-interface slave 4 to 31
(see section 5.3)
(see section 5.3)
BFM #8
EC-Flags (see section 5.2)
BFM #9
Watchdog time setting value < × 10ms > (see section 5.4)
BFM #10, 11
List of detected slaves (LDS)
(see section 5.5)
BFM #12, 13
List of activated slaves (LAS)
(see section 5.6)
BFM #14, 15
List of projected slaves (LPS) (see section 5.7)
BFM #16, 17
List of slaves with configuration
differences (see section 5.8)
BFM #18, 19
Reserved
Reserved (Read only)
Reserved (Read only)
Reserved (Read only)
If data is set in BFM #0 bit 0 - bit 3, #14, or #15, the data will be written in the 32ASI-M EEPROM.
The maximum allowable write to EEPROM is 10,000 times. When creating a program, therefore do
not frequently write data in the buffer memories (BFM) above.
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Table 5.1: BFM List
BFM No.
Description
FROM Instruction (Read)
TO Instruction (Write)
BFM #20
Command buffer <Result>
(see section 5.9)
Command buffer <Command word>
(see section 5.9)
BFM #21
Command buffer <Data word 0>
(see section 5.9)
Command buffer <Data word 0>
(see section 5.9)
BFM #22
Command buffer <Data word 1>
(see section 5.9)
Command buffer <Data word 1>
(see section 5.9)
BFM #23 to #28 Reserved
BFM #29
Module error status (see section 5.10)
BFM #30
Module ID code *1 (see section 5.11)
BFM #31
Reserved
Reserved (Read only)
*0
*1 Module ID (identification) code is K7070.
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Note:
The data send and data receive buffers are the same buffer memory addresses (BFM #0 to
#7, #9, #14, #15, #20 to #22) for use with FROM and TO instructions. This means it is not
possible to check the buffer data using a FROM instruction because this instruction only
reads receive buffer data.
32ASI-M
PLC side
TO
instruction
Send data
BFM#0
to
BFM22
Slave
Input Data
Receive data
BFM #0
to
BFM #22
Output
Data
FROM
instruction
5.2
AS-interface
slave side
Same BFM
addresses
Execution Control (EC) Flags and Host Interface (HI) Flags
<BFM #0 bit 0 to bit 3 and #8>
For the above BFM bits, the reading function does not use the same buffer memory address as the write
function. When reading data using the FROM instruction, Execution Control (EC) flags are used. When
writing data using the TO instruction, Host Interface (HI) flags are used. The information in these
memory locations might be different depending upon the user program. For explanation, refer to section
5.2.1 and section 5.2.2. For BFM #0 bit 4 to bit 15, refer to section 5.3.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Execution Control (EC) Flags (Using FROM Instruction) <BFM #0 bit 0 to 3, BFM #8>
Execution control (EC) flags is status of 32ASI-M. For meaning of flags refer to the table below.
For BFM #0 bit 4 to bit 15, refer to section 5.3.
Table 5.2: Execution Control Flags
BFM No. BIt No.
BFM #0
Description
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
Bit 0
Config_OK
No configuration error
Bit 1
APF
APO (AS-interface Power On) APF (AS-interface Power Fail)
Bit 2
Normal Operation Active Normal operation
Not normal operation
Bit 3
Configuration Active
Not configuration mode
Configuration mode
Bit 0
Config_OK
No configuration error
Configuration error occurs
Bit 1
LDS. 0
Slave of address 0 is not in list Slave of address 0 is in list of
of detected slaves.
detected slaves.
Bit 2
Auto Address Available
Automatic address
assignment is not allowed.
Automatic address
assignment is allowed.
Bit 3
Auto Address Assign
Automatic address
assignment cannot be done.
Automatic address
assignment can be done.
Bit 4
Configuration Active
Not configuration mode
Configuration mode
Bit 5
Normal Operation Active Normal operation
Bit 6
APF
APO (AS-interface Power On) APF (AS-interface Power Fail)
Bit 7
Off-line Ready
Not off-line phase
Off-line phase
Bit 8
Watchdog Time Out
Watchdog timer is not timed
out
Watchdog timer is timed out
BFM #8
Configuration error occurs
Not normal operation
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1) Config_OK < BFM #0 Bit 0, BFM #8 Bit 0>
This bit is for checking the configuration error flag. When a configuration error occurs in
AS-interface system, this bit is ON. If this bit is ON, check whether wiring is correct or LPS is
the same as LDS. For detail, refer to section 8.2.
2) APF <BFM #0 Bit 1, BFM #8 Bit 6>
This bit is for checking the AS-interface Power Fail flag. When the AS-interface power
supply is insufficient, this bit is ON. If this bit is ON, check the current rating of AS-interface
power supply, wiring and, total distance of system. For detail of total distance, refer to
section 8.1 6).
3) Normal Operation Active <BFM #0 Bit 2, BFM #8 Bit 5>
This bit is for checking normal operation. When 32ASI-M is not in normal operation, this bit
is ON. For normal operation, refer to section 4.5.
4) Configuration Active <BFM #0 Bit 3, BFM #8 Bit 4>
This bit is for checking configuration mode. When 32ASI-M is in configuration mode, this bit
is ON. When 32ASI-M is in other modes, this bit is OFF.
5) LDS. 0 <BFM #8 Bit 1>
This bit is for checking the slave having address 0. The slave of address 0 is a reserved
slave. When 32ASI-M has detected slave 0, this bit is ON.
6) Auto Address Available <BFM #8 Bit 2>
This bit is for checking status of the automatic address assignment. When the automatic
address assignment is allowed in the protected operating mode, this bit is ON.
For automatic address assignment, refer to section 6.3.2.
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7) Auto Address Assign <BFM #8 Bit 3>
This bit is for checking if the Automatic Address Assignment is possible. This is the state in
which the automatic address assignment is allowed and only one of the configured slaves is
not recognized in the protected operating mode. In this case, this bit is ON. For automatic
address programming, refer to section 6.3.2.
8) Off-line Ready <BFM #8 Bit 7
This bit is for checking off-line phase. When 32ASI-M is in the off-line phase, this bit is ON.
9) Watchdog Time Out <BFM #8 Bit 8>
This bit is for checking the watchdog timer. When a watchdog timer error occurs, this bit is
turned ON and all outputs of the slave are turned OFF. For resetting this bit, refer to section
5.4.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Host Interface (HI) Flags (Using TO Instruction) <BFM #0 bit 0 to bit 3>
Host interface (HI) flags are for setting 32ASI-M. For BFM #0 bit 4 to bit 15, refer to section 5.3.
Table 5.3: Host Interface (HI) Flags
Bit No.
Description
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
0 (OFF) to 1 (ON)
32ASI-M is set into off-line phase.
1 (ON) to 0 (OFF)
The phase sequentially shifts to normal operation.
Bit 0
Off-line
Bit 1
Auto address
enable
Bit 2
Configuration
mode
0 (OFF) to 1 (ON)
32ASI-M is set into configuration mode.
1 (ON) to 0 (OFF)
32ASI-M does not process any data.
Bit 3
Protected
mode
0 (OFF) to 1 (ON)
32ASI-M is set into protected mode.
1 (ON) to 0 (OFF)
32ASI-M does not process any data.
Auto address assignment is enabled
Auto address assignment is
disabled
If data is set in BFM #0 bit 0 - bit 3, #14, or #15, the data will be written in the 32ASI-M EEPROM.
The maximum allowable write to EEPROM is 10,000 times. When creating a program, therefore do
not frequently write data in the buffer memories (BFM) above.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Input and Output Data for AS-interface slave <BFM #0 bit 4 to bit 15 and #1 to #7>
(Read / Write)
One slave is composed of 4 bits. These bits are allocated in BFMs as shown in the following table. Using FROM
instructions, the ON / OFF status of the bit on the input equipment is shown. Using TO instructions, the ON / OFF
status of the bit on the output equipment is changed. For BFM #0 bit 0 to bit 3, refer to section 5.2.
Table 5.4:
Allocated Input and Output Data in BFMs
BFM No. and Bit No.
Slave No. and Bit No.
BFM No. and Bit No.
BFM #0
BFM #1
BFM #2
BFM #3
Bit 4 to 7
1
Bit 8 to 11
2
Bit 12 to 15
3
Bit 0 to 3
4
Bit 4 to 7
5
Bit 8 to 11
6
Bit 12 to 15
7
Bit 0 to 3
8
Bit 4 to 7
9
Bit 8 to 11
10
Bit 12 to 15
11
Bit 0 to 3
12
Bit 4 to 7
13
Bit 8 to 11
14
Bit 12 to 15
15
Bit 0 to Bit 3
BFM #4
Bit 0 to Bit 3
BFM #5
Bit 0 to Bit 3
BFM #6
Bit 0 to Bit 3
BFM #7
Slave No. and Bit No.
Bit 0 to 3
16
Bit 4 to 7
17
Bit 8 to 11
18
Bit 12 to 15
19
Bit 0 to 3
20
Bit 4 to 7
21
Bit 8 to 11
22
Bit 12 to 15
23
Bit 0 to 3
24
Bit 4 to 7
25
Bit 8 to 11
26
Bit 12 to 15
27
Bit 0 to 3
28
Bit 4 to 7
29
Bit 8 to 11
30
Bit 12 to 15
31
Bit 0 to Bit 3
Bit 0 to Bit 3
Bit 0 to Bit 3
Bit 0 to Bit 3
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Watchdog Time Setting <BFM #9> (Read / Write)
The watchdog time is adjusted in 10 ms steps. Default value is 20 (20 × 10 ms = 200 ms).
When this value is 0, the watchdog timer is disabled. When BFM #0 to #8 are not accessed by
FROM / TO instructions, the watchdog timer begins operating.
When the watchdog time is written in BFM #9 by TO instruction, the watchdog timer is reset. At
this time, 32ASI-M turns off both bit 8 of BFM #8 and bit 4 of BFM #29, and clears the data for
the output in BFM #0 to # 7, so data for using all outputs has to be rewritten.
If the watchdog timer reaches its set time (BFM #9 × 10 ms), a watchdog timer error occurs. At
this time, both bit 8 of BFM #8 and bit 4 of BFM #29 are turned ON and all the outputs of the
slaves connected to the 32ASI-M are turned off.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
List of Detected Slave (LDS) <BFM #10, #11> (Read only)
In this list one bit is set for each slave (0 to 31) that is detected by 32ASI-M (through the start
up).
When the bit is ON, the system has the slave which corresponds to the bit. If the bit is OFF, the
system does not have the slave which corresponds to the bit.
Table 5.5: List of Detected Slave (LDS)
BFM No.
BFM #10
Bit No.
Slave No.
Bit 0
BFM No.
Bit No.
Slave No.
0
Bit 0
16
Bit 1
1
Bit 1
17
Bit 2
2
Bit 2
18
Bit 3
3
Bit 3
19
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Bit 15
15
Bit 15
31
BFM #11
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List of Activated Slaves (LAS) <BFM #12, #13> (Read only)
In this list one bit is set for each activated slave (1 to 31).
When the bit is ON, the slave corresponding to the bit is active in the system. If the bit is OFF,
the slave corresponding to the bit is not active in the system.
List of active slaves are detected as follows:
1) Activation phase
2) In the configuration mode
LAS (List of Active Slaves) is same as LDS (List of Detected Slaves), i.e. a detected slave
always becomes an active slave.
3) In the protected operating mode
LAS consists of the slave that are ON in both the LDS and PLS (List of Projected Slaves),
i.e. an active slave is both a detected slave and a projected slave.
Table 5.6: List of Activated Slaves (LAS)
BFM No.
BFM #12
Bit No.
Slave No.
Bit 0
BFM No.
Bit No.
Slave No.
0
Bit 0
16
Bit 1
1
Bit 1
17
Bit 2
2
Bit 2
18
Bit 3
3
Bit 3
19
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Bit 15
15
Bit 15
31
BFM #13
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
List of Projected Slaves (LPS) <BFM #14, #15> (Read / Write)
In this list one bit is status for each expected slave (1 to 31) in 32ASI-M. If the bit is ON, the
slave corresponding to the bit is activated in the system. If the bit is OFF, the slave
corresponding to the bit is not activated in the system.
Table 5.7: List of Projected Slaves (LPS)
BFM No.
BFM #14
Bit No.
Slave No.
Bit 0
BFM No.
Bit No.
Slave No.
0
Bit 0
16
Bit 1
1
Bit 1
17
Bit 2
2
Bit 2
18
Bit 3
3
Bit 3
19
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Bit 15
15
Bit 15
31
BFM #15
If data is set in BFM #0 bit 0 - bit 3, #14, or #15, the data will be written in the 32ASI-M EEPROM.
The maximum allowable write to EEPROM is 10,000 times. When creating a program, therefore do
not frequently write data in the buffer memories (BFM) above.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
List of Slaves with Configuration Differences <BFM #16, #17> (Read only)
In this list, both LDS (List of Detected Slaves) and LPS (List of Projected Slaves) are compared
to LAS (List of Active Slaves). The bit will be ON if there is a discrepancy between the three
lists.
Table 5.8: List of Slaves with Configuration Differences
BFM No.
BFM #16
Bit No.
Slave No.
Bit 0
BFM No.
Bit No.
Slave No.
0
Bit 0
16
Bit 1
1
Bit 1
17
Bit 2
2
Bit 2
18
Bit 3
3
Bit 3
19
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Bit 15
15
Bit 15
31
BFM #17
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Command Buffer <BFM #20 to 22> (Read / Write)
By using the Command Buffer, programmable controller is able to instruct the 32ASI-M as
shown in table 5.9. If the programmable controller writes data in Command Word (BFM #20),
the 32ASI-M reads the Command Word and, if necessary, one or two Data Words (BFM
#21,22). The result (BFM #20) is set to “pending”. If the desired command is executed by the
32ASi-M, the result is set and, the value is no longer “Pending”. Results with data are
transmitted in Data Word 0 and 1 (BFM #21, 22). For example program, refer to subsection
5.9.3.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Command Word List
Table 5.9: Command word list
Command
Word
Description
Using location
0
No command
1 to 31
Writes data word 0 (BFM #21) to the actual parameter*1 in the ASinterface slave n (n = “Command Word”). And reads the actual
parameter form AS-interface slave n to data word 0.
32
No command
33 to 63
Reads the actual parameter*1 from AS-interface slave n (n = “Command Normal operation,
Off-line phase
Word” - 32) to data word 0. <Default value is “F (Hex)”.>
64
No command
65 to 95
Writes data word 0 to permanent parameter*1 in the AS-interface slave
n (n = “Command Word” - 64).
96
No command
97 to 127
Reads the permanent parameter*1 from AS-interface slave n (n =
“Command Word” - 96) to data word 0. <Default value is “F (Hex)”.>
Normal operation,
Off-line phase
128 to 159
Reads actual configuration*2 from AS-interface slave n (n = Command
Word - 128) to data word 0. <No slave is “FF (Hex)”.>
Normal operation
160
No command
161 to 191
Writes data word 0 to permanent configuration*3 in the AS-interface n (n Configuration mode
= Command Word - 160).
Normal operation
Normal operation,
Off-line phase
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Table 5.9: Command word list
Command
Word
Description
Using location
192
No command
193 to 223
Reads the permanent configuration*3 from AS-interface slave n (n =
Command Word -192) to data word 0. <No slave is “FF (Hex)”.>
224
Reads the counter of APF from 32ASI-M to Data Word 0. And clear this
Normal operation
value. (AS-interface Power Fail)
225 to 255
Reads counter of erroneous answers from AS-interface slave n to Data
Word 0. And clear this value. (n = Command Word - 224)
256
Change AS-interface slave (LPS) with address n to m. (n = Data Word 0, Configuration mode,
m = Data Word 1).
Off-line phase
257
Store actual AS-interface configuration
<This command copies LAS (BFM #12, #13) to LPS (BFM #14, #15).
And store actual configuration to permanent configuration, too.>
Configuration mode
259
Store actual AS-interface parameters to permanent configuration.
Normal operation,
Off-line phase
260
Read list of corrupted slaves from 32ASI-M to Data Word 0 and 1, And
clear this list.
Normal operation,
Off-line phase
Normal operation,
Off-line phase
Normal operation
*0
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*1 The meaning of this parameter is slave’s parameter bits.
*2 The meaning of this parameter is slave’s parameter bits.This contains the actual copies
of the input/output configuration and the identification code of all slaves, determined by
reading this data from the slaves. The configuration data of inactive slave is set to default
values (“FF <Hex>”).
lower 8 bits
Upper 8 bits
Upper 4 bits
lower 4 bits
Not used
ID Code
IO Code
*3 This contains the projected input/output configuration and identification code of all slaves
determined by the slave configuration of the 32ASI-M using the Command Word “161 to
191” or by the Command Word “257”. The permanent configuration data of slaves that
are not projected shall be set to default values (“FF <Hex>”). This data is stored in
EEPROM.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Result List
Table 5.10:Results list
Results
Value
Description
0
Command did not execute.
1
OK (Command executed.)
2
The address of the Slave which wants to change does not exist.
3
A slave already exists in address 0.
4
This address already has a slave.
5
This slave cannot be deleted.
6
This slave address cannot be set.
7
The slave address cannot be written to the slave’s EEPROM.
8
Command Word pending
9
The Command Word not recognized.
10
The value of Data Word exceeds the range of setting.
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Example Program for Command Buffer
Initial Pulse
M8002
FNC 79
TO
K0
K9
K20
K1
Watchdog Time is set to 200 ms
and the watchdog timer is reset.
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K0
K1M0
K1
Reading EC flags in the
BFM #0 (bit 0 to bit 3).
P LS
M4
RUN Monitor
M8000
Start
X000
Start Flag
M4
Normal
Operation *1
M2
Initializing result flags.
FNC 40
ZRST
Y000
Y001
FNC 40
ZRST
D0
D2
Initializing result data for result
and data words.
FNC 40
ZRST
D10
D12
Initializing data for the command
word and the data words.
*0
*1 If operating in off-line phase, this contact is not necessary.
Continued.................
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*2
*2
FNC 12
MOV
K***
D10
Writing data for the command
word.
F N C 12
MOV
K (H )***
D11
Writing data for the data
word 0.
F N C 12
MOV
K (H )***
D12
Writing data for the data
word 1.
M 12
Configuration mode flag is turned
ON .
SET
M5
Setting flag for starting the
command buffer to ON.
K 1M 10
K1
Writing HI flags in the BFM #0
(bit 0 to bit 3).
*3
R U N M onito r
M 80 00
F N C 79
TO
K0
K0
*2 If using command does not need to write the data word, this instruction is not necessary.
*3 If operating in protected operating mode, this contact is not necessary.
Continued..............
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Operating Configuration
Flag
Mode Flag *4
M5
M3
FNC 79
TO P
K0
K21
D11
K2
Writing the data words (data
word 0 and data word 1).
FNC 79
TO P
K0
K20
D10
K1
Writing the command word.
T0
T0
FNC 78
FROM
K6
K20
D0
K1
Reading result data.
(OK <Command executed.>)
FNC 10
CMP
K1
D0
M20
Checking result data.
(OK <Command executed.>)
FNC 10
CMP
K8
D0
M23
Checking result data.
(Command word pending)
K0
*4 If operating in protected operating mode, this contact is not necessary.
Continued..............
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O K F lag
M 21
*5
F N C 78
FROM
K0
K 21
D1
K2
SET
Y00 0
Reading data words.
OK
*6
RST
M 13
Protected mode.
M5
Flag turn OFF
*5 If using command does not need to read the data word, this instruction is not necessary.
*6 If operating in protected operating mode, this contact is not necessary.
Continued..............
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P endin g
F lag
M 24
O K F lag
M 21
Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
*7
F N C 78
FROM
K0
K 21
D1
K2
SET
Y00 1
RST
M5
Reading data words
No good
Flag turn OFF
END
*7 If using command does not need to read the data word, this instruction is not necessary.
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
Error Status <BFM #29> (Read Only)
BFM #29 indicates error status of 32ASI-M.
Table 5.11: Error Status
Bit No.
Bit 0
Bit 1
Description
General Error
Config_OK
0(OFF)
1(ON)
Check Points
This bit is ON if one or
No general error more error bits (1 to 4) Check Bit 1 to 4 in BFM #29.
are ON.
No configuration Configuration error
error
occurs
Check whether wiring is
correct or LPS is the same
as LDS. For detail, refer to
section 8.2.
APF (AS-interface
Power Fail)
Check the current rating of
AS-interface power supply,
wiring and, total distance of
system. For detail of total
distance, refer to section
8.1 6).
Please contact a service
representative.
Bit 2
APF
APO (ASinterface Power
On)
Bit 3
Hardware Error
No hardware
error detected
Hardware error occurs
Bit 4
Watchdog Error
No watchdog
error
Watchdog error occurs See section 5.4
Bit 5 to 15 Reserved
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Allocation of Buffer Memories (BFMs) 5.
ID Code <BFM #30> (Read Only)
The identification code for a 32ASI-M is read by using the From instruction. The identification
code for the 32ASI-M is K7070. By reading this identification code, the user may create built-in
checking routines to check whether the physical position of 32ASI-M matches to that software.
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MEMO
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6.
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode
This chapter explains the operation of each mode. The mode can be changed by operating the
switch on the 32ASI-M or by setting (BFM #0 bit 2,3) from the programmable controller. For
BFM #0 refer to section 5.2.2.
Note:
The switch on the 32ASI-M can be disabled to prevent mis-operation. The mode can still be
changed by a command from the programmable controller. Even when the switch on the
32ASI-M is disabled, it can be operated when in off-line phase.
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6.1
Changing the Operation Mode
6.1.1
Switching to Protected Operation Mode
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
The configuration mode is ended by pressing the “MODE” button. The mode changes to
protected operating mode. At this time, 32ASI-M follows these rules for pressing the “MODE”
button:
• Less than 5 seconds
32ASI-M exits the configuration mode without copying the configuration to setpoint
configuration.
• More than 5 seconds
32ASI-M exits the configuration mode simultaneously copying the configuration to setpoint
configuration. At this time, 32ASI-M stores this configuration to LPS, and stores the actual
configuration to permanent configuration, too.
Note:
If the system recognizes a slave with address 0 on the AS-interface, it can not leave the
configuration mode.
6.1.2
Switching to Configuration Mode
The Protected operation mode is ended by pressing the “MODE” button for more than 5
seconds. The mode changes to Configuration mode.
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6.2
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Configuration Mode
This mode is for setting the slave address number.
6.2.1
Operating the Master in Configuration Mode
In the configuration mode, the green “PRJ MODE LED” lights up and the following is done.
1) For active slave - all recognized slave are activated with the exception of slave 0 when
desired and actual configurations do not match.
2) Displayed message
32ASI-M displays all slaves entered in the list of detected slave (LDS) at a speed of two per
second. If the display is empty, the list is empty, i.e. no slaves were recognized.
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6.2.2
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Programming the Slave Address
This operation assign an available address to slave with address 0.
1) The addresses of all recognized slaves are displayed one after the other.
2) To display the next higher available operating address, press the “SET” button. Each time
pressing the “SET” button, the next available address is displayed.
If “SET” or “MODE” button is not pressed for 10 seconds or more, 32ASI-M returns to the
state of the display of 1).
3) Set the displayed address as the target address by pressing the “SET” button for more than
5 seconds.
4) The address display blinks.
5) Pressing the “SET” button again reprograms a connected slave with address 0 to the
blinking address.
6) If error code did not display, the displays the list of detected slaves again as described. If
error code displayed, see Section 6.4.
7) For the operation of a set end, refer to 6.1.1.
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6.2.3
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Delete Slave Address
This operation assign address 0 to a recognized slave.
1) The address of all recognized slave are displayed one after the other. After pressing and
releasing the “SET” button, 32ASI-M displays the next available address.
2) Display the deleted Slave address.
3) Pressing “SET” button for more than five seconds while the slave address which wants to be
deleted displayed, this slave is reprogrammed to address 0 again, and the display shows
“00”.
4) When releasing the button, the display continues to display the list of detected slaves.
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Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
6.3
Protected Operating Mode
6.3.1
Operating the Master in Protected Operating Mode
In the protected operating mode, the green “PRJ MODE LED” lights off. And, the following is
done.
1) For active slave
Only slaves that are entered on the list of projected slaves (LPS) and whose actual
configurations match the setpoint configurations will be activated.
2) Displayed message
The display is either blank or displays the address of faulty assignment.
If the “SET” button is pressed in protected operating mode while there is not actual
configuration error, the last slave address which caused an configuration error is displayed,
or “39” is displayed. For error and “39”, refer to section 6.4.
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6.3.2
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Automatic Address Assignment
The automatic address programing is 32ASI-M allocate the address which automatically fails
in address 0 when one of the configured slaves is not recognized in the protected operating
mode. For automatic address programming, the following requirements are necessary.
a) The 32ASI-M is necessary in protected operating mode. <BFM #0 bit 2 and bit 3 is OFF>
b) The automatic address assignment is allowed. <BFM #8 bit 2 is ON>
c) Only one of the configured slaves is not recognized. <BFM #8 bit1 is ON>
When these requirements are fulfilled, “PRG ENABLE” LED on the 32ASI-M light up and a
slave with address 0 will be automatically assigned the operating address of the missing slave.
Note;
If the two slaves have different configuration data (different slave type), the automatic
address assignment is not executed.
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6.3.3
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Manual Address Assignment
If several slaves fail, they cannot be replaced automatically by the 32ASI-M. Set their
necessary addresses manually. If you do not want to set their addresses via programmable
controller, you can set them with the keys and the display. In the protected operating mode,
wrong assignments are displayed as errors.
1) By pressing the “SET” button, you can display all faulty assignments one after the other.
2) By pressing the “SET” button for more than 5 seconds, you can select the currently
displayed address as a potential target address, and the display starts to blink.
3) If the faulty slave was previously replaced by a slave with address 0, the new slave can now
be programmed for the blinking address by pressing the “SET” key again. As a requirement,
the new slave’s configuration data must match the configuration data for the blinking
address.
4) After the address has been successfully set, the next faulty assignment is displayed or the
display erased. otherwise, the system displays an error. For error information, refer to
section 6.4.
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6.4
Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Displayed Message Number
The following number is displayed on the seven segment display.
Table 6.1: Displayed Message Number
No.
0 to 31
Description
Slave number
39
The last slave address which caused a configuration error is nothing
40
32ASI-M is in off-line phase
41
32ASI-M is in detection phase
42
32ASI-M is in activation phase
43
32ASI-M starts normal operation
70,72 to 76 Hardware error: Please contact a service representative.
80
Recognized slave address 0, 32ASI-M cannot finish the configuration mode.
81
General error while changing a slave address
82
32ASI-M is set in the button operation prohibition from PLC.
88
32ASI-M is starting.
90
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
No slave with address 0 present
91
Error while changing slave address; Target address is already occupied
92
Error while changing slave address; New address could not be set
93
Error while changing slave address;
New address could only be stored volatile memory in the slave.
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Configuration Mode and Protected Operating Mode 6.
Table 6.1: Displayed Message Number
No.
Description
94
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
Slave has wrong configuration information
95
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
The address where the configuration error occurs is a slave of taking the place of a
missing slave.
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7.
Example Program 7.
Example Program
This program example exchanges information on I/O with the slave with the system
configuration below.
7.1
Content of Operation
1) X010 to X013 of the programmable controller is output to output-data in the slave 4.
2) X014 to X017 of the programmable controller is output to output-data in the slave 5.
3) Input-data on the slave 4 is output Y010 to Y013 of the programmable controller.
4) Input-data on the slave 5 is output Y014 to Y017 of the programmable controller.
Note:
Even when the configuration error occurs, the I/O control is done to an active slave.
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7.2
Example Program 7.
System Configuration
FX2N32MR
32ASI-M
(Master)
Slave 4;
Input:4 points
Output:4 points
AS-interface
Power Supply
Slave 4
Slave 5
Slave 5;
Input:4 points
Output:4 points
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7.3
Example Program 7.
Example Program
Initial Pulse
M8002
FNC 79
TO
K0
K9
K20
K1
Watchdog Timer is set to 200 ms
and the current value is reset.
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K0
K1M0
K1
Reading EC flags in the BFM #0
(bit 0 to bit 3).
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K8
K3M10
K1
Reading EC flags in the BFM #8
(bit 0 to bit 8).
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K29
K2M30
K1
Reading error flags in the
BFM #29 (bit 0 to bit 4).
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K12
K4M100
K2
Reading LAS (List of active
slave) in the BFM #12 and #13.
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K14
K4M140
K2
Reading LPS (List of Projected
slave) in the BFM #14 and #15.
FNC 79
TO
K0
K0
K1X000
K1
Writing HI flags in the BFM #0
(bit 0 to bit 3).
RUN Monitor
M8000
Continued.............
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Slave 4
is active
M104
Example Program 7.
Slave 4 is
projected
M144
M104
FNC 12
MOV
FNC 40
ZRST
K1X010 K1M200
M200
M203
Put out X010 to X013 to data bit
0 to 3 for slave 4.
If slave 4 is inactive slave or not
projected slave, output data for
slave 4 is reset.
M144
Slave 5
is active
M105
Slave 5 is
projected
M145
M105
FNC 12
MOV
FNC 40
ZRST
K1X014 K1M204
M204
M207
Putting out X014 to X017 to data
bit 0 to 3 for slave 5.
If slave 5 is inactive slave or not
projected slave, output data for
slave 5 is reset.
M145
Continued............
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Normal
Operation
Flag
M2
Hardware
Error Flag
M33
Slave 4 Slave 4 is
is active projected
M104
Example Program 7.
M144
M104
FNC 79
TO
K0
K1
K2M200
K1
Writing output data to BFM #1 for
slave 4 and 5.
FNC 78
FROM
K0
K1
K2M300
K1
Reading input data from BFM #1
for slave 4 and 5.
FNC 12 K1M300 K1Y010
MOV
Putting out input data bit 0 to 3 of
slave 4 to Y010 to Y013.
FNC 40
ZRST
If slave 4 is inactive slave or not
projected slave, output Y010 to
Y013 for slave 4 is reset.
Y010
Y013
M144
Continued.............
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S lave 5
is active
M 10 5
Example Program 7.
S lave 5 is
pro jected
M 14 5
M 10 5
F N C 12
MOV
F N C 40
ZRST
K 1M 30 4 K 1Y01 4
Y01 4
Y01 7
Putting out input data bit 0 to 3 of
slave 5 to Y014 to Y017.
If slave 5 is inactive slave or not
projected slave, output Y014 to
Y017 for slave 5 is reset.
M 14 5
G e neral E rror
M 30
Y00 0
General error occurs.
Y00 1
Configuration error occurs.
Y00 2
APF (AS-interface Power Fail)
occurs.
C onfigu ration E rror
M 31
A P F E rro r
M 32
Continued.............
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Example Program 7.
Hardware Error
M33
Y003
Hardware error occurs.
Y004
Watchdog timer error occurs.
Watchdog Timer Error
M34
END
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Example Program 7.
MEMO
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8.
Diagnostics
8.1
Preliminary Checks
Diagnostics 8.
1) Check “POWER” and “U ASI” LED.
a) If “POWER” LED is OFF, check the connection of the 32ASI-M extension cable to the
programmable controller.
b) If “U ASI” LED is OFF, check the current rating of AS-interface power supply, wiring and, total
distance of system. For detail of total distance, refer to section 8.1 6).
2) Check the 24 V DC power supply for slave.
If whether this power supply capacity is not enough or miss-wiring is, the slave is not normal
operation.
3) Check “ASI ACTIVE” and “CONFIG ERR” LED.
a) If “ASI ACTIVE” LED is OFF, check the wiring about the slave.
b) If “CONFIG ERR” LED is ON, check the wiring about the slave. And see section 8.2.
4) Check total slave number.
If total slave number is more than 31, please remove an unnecessary slave and adjust the number of
total slaves to 31 or less.
5) Check whether it is an intended slave configuration.
If it is not so, please remake slave configuration.
6) Check total extension distance.
The total extension distance must not exceed 100m (328.1'). However, when the repeater is used, it
is possible to extend by 100m repeater. Repeaters can be used up to two system.
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8.2
Diagnostics 8.
Error Checking
If the 32ASI-M does not seen to operate normally, check the following items.
8.2.1
LED Check
Check the status of the LEDs for the 32ASI-M as follows.
1) Check the status of the “U ASI” LED.
Table 8.1:U ASI LED check
Status
Lit.
Description
AS-interface power supply is OK.
Otherwise Check the wiring and capacity about AS-interface power supply.
2) Check the status of the “POWER” LED.
Table 8.2:POWER LED check
Status
Lit.
Description
The extension cable is properly connected. And 5 V DC is properly supplied from PLC.
Otherwise Check the connection of the 32ASI-M extension cable to the PLC.
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Diagnostics 8.
3) Check the status of the “CONFIG ERR” LED.
Table 8.3:CONFIG ERR LED check
Status
Description
OFF
Slave configuration status is OK.
Otherwise
Existing slave was lost or response was lost from slave, so that the mismatch
occurred in LPS and LDS. Check the following points.
• Check the status of the slave. If the slave break, please replace the slave.
• Check the wiring for the slave. If the wire break, please exchange the cable.
• Check type of slave (permanent configuration of slave and actual configuration of
slave). If type of slave is different type, please replace the slave, or please remake
permanent configuration of slave.
• Please check this power supply if the AS-interface power supply after the repeater
fails.
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Diagnostics 8.
4) Check the status of other LEDs for the 32ASI-M as follows.
Table 8.4: Other LEDs check
LED Name
Status
ON
OFF
ASI ACTIVE
32ASI-M is in the normal operation.
32ASI-M is not in the normal operation.
PRJ MODE
32ASI-M is in the configuration mode.
32ASI-M is not in the configuration mode.
Automatic address assignment enable
PRG ENABLE (requirements of automatic address
assignment is fulfilled.)
FROM / TO
BFM is accessed by FROM / TO
instruction.
requirements of automatic address
assignment is not fulfilled.
BFM is not accessed by FROM / TO
instruction.
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8.2.2
Diagnostics 8.
Check the display message for the 32ASI-M
Table 8.5: Displayed Message Number
No.
0 to 31
Description
Slave number
39
The last slave address which caused an configuration error is nothing
40
32ASI-M is in off-line phase
41
32ASI-M is in detection phase
42
32ASI-M is in activation phase
43
32ASI-M starts normal operation
70,72 to 76 Hardware error: Please contact a service representative.
80
Recognized slave address 0, 32ASI-M can not finish the configuration mode.
81
General error while changing a slave address
82
32ASI-M is set in the button operation prohibition from PLC.
88
32ASI-M is starting.
90
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
No slave with address 0 present
91
Error while changing slave address; Target address is already occupied
92
Error while changing slave address; New address could not be set
93
Error while changing slave address;
New address could only be stored volatile memory in the slave.
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Diagnostics 8.
Table 8.5: Displayed Message Number
No.
Description
94
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
Slave has wrong configuration information
95
Error while changing a slave address in protected operating mode;
The address where the configuration error occurs is a slave of taking the place of a
missing slave.
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8.2.3
Diagnostics 8.
Check BFM #29 error status of the 32ASI-M
Table 8.6: Error Status BFM #29
Bit No.
Bit 0
Bit 1
Description
General Error
Config_OK
0(OFF)
1(ON)
Check Points
This bit is ON if one or
No general error more error bits (1 to 4) Check Bit 1 to 4 in BFM #29.
are ON.
No configuration Configuration error
error
occurs
Check whether wiring is
correct or LPS is the same
as LDS. For detail, refer to
section 8.2.
APF (AS-interface
Power Fail)
Check the current rating of
AS-interface power supply,
wiring and, total distance of
system. For detail of total
distance, refer to section
8.1 6).
Please contact a service
representative.
Bit 2
APF
APO
(AS-interface
Power On)
Bit 3
Hardware Error
No hardware
error detected
Hardware error occurs
Bit 4
Watchdog Error
No watchdog
error
Watchdog error occurs See section 5.4
Bit 5 to 15 Reserved
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Diagnostics 8.
MEMO
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Appendix A:
Appendix A:
Further Information Manual Lists
Table A-1:
Further Information Manual Lists
Manual name
Manual No.
Description
FX3U Series User's Manual Hardware Edition
JY997D16501
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
specification for FX3U Series programmable controller.
FX3UC Series User's Manual Hardware Edition
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY997D28701 specification for FX3UC Series programmable
controller.
FX2N Series
Programmable Controllers
Hardware Manual
This manual explains the wiring, installation and
JY992D66301 specification, etc. about FX2N Series programmable
controller.
FX1N Series
Programmable Controllers
Hardware Manual
This manual explains the for wiring, installation and
JY992D89301 specification, etc. about FX1N Series programmable
controller.
FX0/FX0N Series
Programmable Controllers
Hardware Manual
This manual explains the for wiring, installation and
JY992D47501 specification, etc. about FX0 and FX0N Series
programmable controllers.
FX3U/FX3UC Series
Programming Manual - Basic
& Applied Instruction Edition
JY997D16601
This manual explains the instructios for FX3U/FX3UC
Series programmable controller.
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Table A-1:
Appendix A:
Further Information Manual Lists
Manual name
Manual No.
Description
FX Series
Programmable controllers
Programming Manual ΙΙ
JY992D88101
FX Series
Programmable controllers
Programming Manual
This manual explains the instructions for the FX0,
JY992D48301 FX0S, FX0N, FX and FX2C Series programmable
controllers.
This manual explains the instructions for FX1S, FX1N,
FX2N and FX2NC Series programmable controller.
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USER’S MANUAL
FX2N-32ASI-M AS-interface Master Block
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