Manual - Motion Control Systems

Manual - Motion Control Systems
Preface
Preface
Thank you for purchasing the SR Intelligent Controller Series (SR) of our
company. You are recommended to take some time to read this manual, before
putting the SR in to service. It tells you how to install, program and use the SR. The
SR has amongst many features, the advantage being able to be operated off line to
prove in service performance before being commissioned into service. When you
read the manual you will find many more advantageous properties of the products,
it will greatly simplify the operation of SR for you.
The SR is a type of intelligent control, which uses function blocks for
programming. It enables the control functions of a PLC to be achieved without the
need for large number of instructions and complicated programming. When several
function blocks are linked together in a specific way, relatively complicated control
functions can be implemented. The programming can be carried out in a logical,
speedy and verifiable manner. Programming can be implemented using a removable
liquid crystal display panel or by use of a computer. The latter approach is recommended for more complicated control schemes.
SR has a very wide range of applications. It can be used for the automation of
an extensive range of electrical and mechanical equipment, flow control, building
automation and many other fields. The implementation of SR provides for automation of many aspects of day-to-day life from home through to the commercial,
manufacturing, mining, utility and service sectors of the economy. This manual will
describe in detail the functional characteristics and operating methods for SR.
Notes:
Copyright of this manual and patent of SR Intelligent Controls Series are the
property of ARRAY ELECTRONIC CO., LTD. The reproduction, transmission or
use of this manual or its contents is not permitted without written express written
express.
Our company reserves the right to make changes in design for improvement SR
Intelligent Controls Series without notification.
Suggestions for improvement are welcomed.
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Notes:
1. In SR series, the blocks will be executed in scan round by
turn according to the block number. The block with small
number will be executed first and then the block with large
number.
2. In SR series, the expansion module, the voice module, the
remote receiving module and so on modules should be power
on before the main machine, at least should be power on
together with the main machine and should not be power
on after the main machine. Otherwise when the main
machine is carrying out the system configuration, the
module cannot be detected and the system cannot work
properly.
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Contents
Index
Part I Basic Operation and Application of SR
Chapter I General Introduction to SR
1.1 Structure of SR Series...............................................................1
1.2 Naming Rules of SR Series........................................................2
1.3 Specifications and Type of SR Series.......................................3
1.4 Features of SR...........................................................................4
Chapter II Installation and Wiring of SR
2.1 Installation of SR.......................................................................8
2.1.1 Installation Methods..............................................................8
2.1.2 Dimensions..........................................................................8
2.2 Wiring of SR.............................................................................10
2.2.1 Connection Power Supply................................................10
2.2.2 Connection Inputs.............................................................10
2.2.3 Connection Outputs..........................................................12
2.2.4 Net-connection SR Series......................................................14
Chapter III General Description of Function Blocks
3.1 General Function Block (GF)....................................................16
3.1.1 AND....................................................................................18
3.1.2 AND with RLO Borderline Test........................................19
3.1.3 OR.......................................................................................19
3.1.4 NOT....................................................................................20
3.1.5 XOR....................................................................................21
3.1.6 NAND................................................................................21
3.1.7 NAND with RLO Borderline Test.....................................22
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3.1.8 NOR....................................................................................23
3.2 Special Function Blocks (SF)...................................................24
3.2.1 TOND...............................................................................26
3.2.2 TOFD..................................................................................27
3.2.3 SPBL...................................................................................28
3.2.4 TPBL...................................................................................29
3.2.5 BLNK..................................................................................30
3.2.6 MTOD................................................................................31
3.2.7 PONS..................................................................................32
3.2.8 UDCT.................................................................................33
3.2.9 CMPR.................................................................................34
3.2.10 T/C-CMPR........................................................................38
3.2.11 SCHD................................................................................40
3.2.12 TSEQ...............................................................................42
3.2.13 SSEQ.................................................................................44
3.2.14 HOUR...............................................................................45
3.2.15 Instructions of Property Pin.........................................45
3.3 Input & Output Blocks............................................................47
3.3.1 IN........................................................................................48
3.3.2 OUT....................................................................................49
3.3.3 RCI......................................................................................50
3.3.4 DOUT.................................................................................50
3.3.5 D-IN....................................................................................53
3.3.6 PMSG.................................................................................55
3.3.7 CONT.................................................................................56
3.3.8 SLCD..................................................................................57
Chapter IV Instructions of SR-HMI Module
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4.1 The difference between LCD message of
SR and the traditional LCD message....................................58
4.2 Application Examples of SR-HMI...........................................63
4.3 Edition of the SR-HMI............................................................66
4.4 Instructions of Virtual Keys...................................................74
4.5 Set Password............................................................................75
4.6 Instruction of Help in SR-HMI Software...............................76
4.7 Instruction of SR-HMI...........................................................77
4.7.1 Modification Methods of System Time.........................79
4.7.2 Modify the Parameter Value of the Counter...................80
4.7.3 Modify the Parameter Value of the Timer.......................80
4.7.4 Modify the Parameter Value of the Analog....................81
4.7.5 Instruction of the Function Keys...................................81
4.7.6 Switching between Running and
the Stop State of the Machine......................................81
4.8 Error Message Meanings and Methods in SR-HMI..............83
Chapter V Voice Module
5.1 Structure of Voice Module......................................................86
5.2 Connection between Voice Module and SR Machine............87
5.3 Instruction of Voice Module..................................................88
5.4 Applications of Voice Module................................................91
5.5 Instruction of Voice Software.................................................95
5.6 Downloading voice section to voice module.........................99
Chapter VI Remote and Extension Module
6.1 Remote control Module...........................................................105
6.1.1 Structure of receiver and transmitter Module.............105
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6.1.2 Connection between Remote Module,
SR Machine and Voice Module....................................106
6.2 Extension Module...................................................................108
6.2.1 The Structure of the Extension Module.......................109
6.2.2 Extension module address Setup...................................109
6.2.3 The types and connection of extension module..........110
6.3 SR series products and optional parts.................................113
Chapter VII SR Technical Parameter
7.1 SR-12MRAC/SR-22MRAC Technical Parameter...................116
7.2 SR-12MRDC/SR-22MRDC Technical Parameter....................117
7.3 SR-12MTDC/SR-22MTDC Technical Parameter....................119
7.4 SR-12MGDC/SR-22MGDC Technical Parameter....................120
7.5 SR-20ERA/SR-20ERD/SR-20ETD Technical Parameter.........121
7.6 Telephone Receiving and
Transmitting Code and Voice Module.................................125
7.7 Remote module........................................................................125
7.7.1 Remote receiver technical parameter.............................125
7.7.2 Remote transmitter technical parameter........................125
7.8 SR series general technical parameter..................................125
Chapter VIII Application
8.1 Multifunction Switch of the Illumination in Stairs,
Halls etc................................................................................127
8.2 Automatic Gate Control requirements...................................128
8.3 Ventilation System..................................................................129
8.4 Illumination System for Display Window.............................130
8.5 Auto Water-supply System of the Water Tower.................131
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Chapter IX Quality Guarantee...............134
Chapter X SR-WRT Panel Operation and Functions
10.1 The Structure of SR-WRT...................................................135
10.2 Display Interface and Function of SR-WRT......................136
10.3 Function Interface of SR-WRT...........................................137
10.4 Programming Operation of SR-WRT..................................138
10.4.1 New Prg Operation.........................................................138
10.5 Edit Prg Operation.................................................................140
10.5.1 Edit FB Operation...........................................................140
10.5.2 Delete FB Operation.......................................................141
10.5.3 Insert FB Operation.......................................................142
10.6 File Operation.........................................................................143
10.6.1 Rename Operation..........................................................143
10.6.2 Copy Operation...............................................................144
10.7 Set up Operation....................................................................146
10.8 Test A B Operation................................................................148
10.9 Programming Examples for SR-WRT....................................150
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Part II Super CAD Programming Software
Chapter I Installation & Uninstallation
1.1 Installation of Super CAD...............................................159
1.2 Uninstallation of Super CAD..........................................164
Chapter II Brief Introduction to Super CAD
2.1 Operation Interface..........................................................167
2.2 Edition Interface...............................................................167
2.3 Main Functions................................................................167
Chapter III Operation Instruction and Function Block Stock
3.1 Function Instruction........................................................169
3.1.1 File.............................................................................169
3.1.2 Edit.............................................................................170
3.1.3 Controller...................................................................170
3.1.4 Com............................................................................171
3.1.5 View............................................................................171
3.1.6 Option........................................................................171
3.1.7 Help............................................................................172
3.1.8 Search........................................................................173
3.2 Tool bar............................................................................174
3.3 Function Block Stock.......................................................175
3.3.1 Function Block Type................................................175
3.3.2 Property Setup and
Action Demonstration of Function Block..............176
3.3.2.1 General Property.....................................................176
3.3.2.2 Special Property.....................................................177
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Chapter IV Basic Operation
4.1 Open File..........................................................................188
4.1.1 Open New File..........................................................188
4.1.2 Open Existed File......................................................189
4.2 Edit Function Diagram Program......................................190
4.2.1 Place Function Block................................................190
4.2.2 Introduction to the Function Block Stock..............191
4.2.3 Function Block Table-list.........................................192
4.2.4 Edit Property of Function Block............................193
4.2.5 Setup link..................................................................195
4.2.6 Delete Function Block or Delete Link.....................196
4.2.7 Simulate Running......................................................197
4.2.8 Save and Print...........................................................198
4.2.9 Modify Password and Read the Program...............199
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Warning
Safety Guidelines:
This manual contains notices which you should observe
to ensure your own personal safety, as well as to product
and connected equipment. These instructions in the manual
are highlighted by a warning triangle and are marked as
follows according to their danger level:
Danger
Indicates that death, severe harm to health or damage to
assets will result if proper precautionary measures are not
taken.
Caution
Indicates that death, severe harm to health or damage can
result if the respective precautionary measures are not
taken.
Warning
Draws your attention to particularly important information
relating to the product and its handling, or to a part of the
documentation requiring your special attention.
Notes
Only qualified personnel should be allowed to start and
operate this device. Qualified personnel in the sense of the
information on safety technology in this manual are persons who are authorized to commission, to ground and to
tag circuits, equipment and systems in accordance with
established safety regulations and standards.
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Chapter I Brief Introduction to SR
Part I Basic Operation and Application of SR
Chapter I General Introduction to SR
SR intelligent controller is a new type of programmable controller, being programmed by the use of Function Block Diagrams. The programming of SR is simpler
and easier to learn than that of a conventional PLC, which uses ladder diagrams and
associated instructions. The design concept, for the SR series products, includes a
removable LCD panel. The program can be written directly into the SR using this
LCD panel. After programming the LCD panel can be retained or removed and
replaced with a cover. The cost to the user can be reduced by multiple use of the LCD
panel. The use of a computer is recommended for more complex control schemes.
Equipped with voice module, SR-VPA or SR-VPD and remote module, SRRCA or SR-RCD, SR series can realize telephone remote, wireless remote, voice
prompt, auto dialing and so on functions. Also equipped with extension module, SR20ERA, SR-20ERD SR-20ETD or SR-20EGD, the inputs and outputs will be enlarged to meet your control requirement. Mostly one SR machine can be connected
with five extension modules at most, (it is better you connect with the 3 extension
modules) and there are 122 I/O points (74 inputs and 48 outputs) at most.
SR intelligent controls series can be used in local and remote control,
communication, networking and monitoring. SR is widely used in many fields of
industry, commerce, mining, agriculture, home automation etc.
1.1 Structure of SR Series
SR Main Machine Hardware Structure:
Fig.1.1 SR 12 Point Main Machine
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1. Input of Power Supply (AC or DC) (AC110-220V), (DC12-24V)
2. Input Wiring Terminal
3. SR-HMI or SR-WRT
4. Communication Interface
5. Output Wiring Terminal (Relay output type or transistor output type)
6. LCD Display Panel
Fig.1.2 SR 22 Point Main Machine
1. Input of Power Supply (AC or DC) (AC110-220V), (DC12-24V)
2. Input Wiring Terminal
3. SR-HMI or SR-WRT
4. Communication Interface
5. Output Wiring Terminal (Relay output type or transistor output type)
6. LCD Display Panel
1.2 Naming Rules of SR Series
Type Name
SR intelligent controller
I/O Points
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SR
XX
M/E
R/T/G
A/D
C
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SR
XX
M/E
R/T/G
A/D
C
Main/Extension
Relay/Transistor
AC/DC (Power Supply Type)
Real-time Clock Function
Note: M means main machine, E means extension module
R means relay output, T means NPN type transistor output,
G means PNP type transistor output
A means AC type, D means DC type
C means with real-time clock,
1.3 Specifications and Type of SR
No
Type
Power
Input
Output
1
SR-12MRAC
AC110-220V
8 points AC input
4 points relay output
Machine with real-time clock
2
SR-12MRDC
DC12-24V
8 points DC input
(6 points analog)
4 points relay output
Machine with real-time clock
3
SR-12MTDC
DC12-24V
8 points DC input
4 points NPN type
(6 points analog)
transistor output
4
SR-12MGDC
DC12-24V
8 points DC input
4 points PNP type
(6 points analog)
transistor output
5
SR-22MRAC
AC110-220V
6
SR-22MRDC
DC12-24V
7
SR-22MTDC
DC12-24V
8
SR-22MGDC
DC12-24V
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SR-20ERA
AC110-220V
10
SR-20ERD
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SR-20ETD
14 points AC input 8 points relay output
14 points DC input
(8 points analog)
8 points relay output
14 points DC input
8 points NPN type
(8 points analog)
transistor output
14 points DC input
8 points PNP type
(8 points analog)
transistor output
12 points AC input
8 points relay output
DC12-24V
12 points DC input
8 points relay output
DC12-24V
12 points DC input
8 points NPN type
Remarks
Machine with real-time clock
Machine with real-time clock
Machine with real-time clock
Machine with real-time clock
Machine with real-time clock
Machine with real-time clock
20 point extension module
transistor output
12
SR-20EGD
DC12-24V
12 points DC input
8 points PNP type
transistor output
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SR-VPA
AC110-220V
Telephone voice module, auto-dialing alarming telephone and
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SR-VPD
DC12-24V
remote control by telephone
15
SR-RCA
AC110-220V
16
SR-RCD
DC12-24V
17
SR-TC
3VDC (two units No. 5 batteries)
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SR-HMI
Human machine interface
Remote receiving module
Remote transmitter
Connection setup of SR-HMI
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SR-EHC
Remotely connect SR machine and SR-HMI to place the SR machine and so on into the
case conveniently and put the SR-HMI out the case for observation and operation.
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SR-PC
The decorating cover on the SR (no needing to use this cover when using SR-HMI)
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SR-CBA
AC type
22
SR-CBD
DC type
23
SR-ECBA
AC type (one on each side, to combine one pair)
Lengthened connecting bridge, To remotely
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SR-ECBD
DC type (one on each side, to combine one pair)
connect the machine and other module.
Connecting bridge, to connect the machine and other module.
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SR-LC
The decorating cover of the connecting cable. (If using SR-CBA or SR-CBD, then there is
no need to use this cover.) (One on each side)
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SR-CP
Side-plug Type
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SR-DCP
Direct-plug Type
Communication interface wire between SR and PC, to realize the
programming, simulating and monitoring function of the PC to the SR.
Lengthened connecting antenna between SR-RCA and SR-RCD. Remotely connect
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SR-EANT
SR-RCA and SR-RCD. It can conveniently put SR-RCA and SR-RCD in the tank and
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SR-AUD
The recording microphone and the wires between the sound card of the PC and the SR-VPA/SR-VPD.
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SR-WRT
Programming Panel
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AF(SR)-USB
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SR-DUSB
put SR-EANT out of the tank. And it won’t affect the remote control.
The transfer interface between USB and RS-232 (Din-rail installation type)
Communication interface wire between SR and USB of the PC
Warning
The types, which are divided into the AC or DC type, must be the sane power input
type in one system, if they are wanted to be set and used into the system. That is to
say that, the machine of AC type must be used with AC type extension module and
other machines of AC type. And the machine of DC type must be used with DC type
extension module and other machines of DC type.
1.4 Features of SR
1. Removable programming panel with Liquid Crystal Display (SR-WRT)
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There is an operation panel with LCD display on the front side of SR. You can
directly edit the control program for SR by using the operation keys on this panel.
This liquid crystal programming panel is removable, and it can be deviated from the
machine by the private interface wire SR-EHC to realize the remotely programming.
It can be flexibly setup according to your needs. When needed, it can be plugged in.
When not needed, it can be removed and replaced with an ordinary front cover SRPC. Thus the cost can be widely reduced.
Warning
SR-WRT panel shall be plugged in or removed only after AC or DC power
Supply has been turned off.
2. Flexible Human-machine Interface (SR-HMI)
Comparison with conditional LCD, we provide with 64 human-machine
interfaces. When using SR-HMI, users can add the human-machine interfaces no
more than 64 according to the demand. On the LCD it will display the following data,
such as time, status of input & output, counter, timer, analog and so on information.
When using, user can modify, add or delete the interface. Thus a free and easily using
LCD function block is given to the user.
3. Well-featured and compact design
If you are thinking of improving the application of your equipment, SR provides very many features. SR is very compact.
71mm*106mm*67mm (12-point main machine/voice module)
126mm*106mm*67mm (22-point main machine/20-point extension module
/remote control receiver)
4. With the function blocks used for programming, the program storage capacity of SR is large.
The control functions of SR can be implemented only with function blocks
incorporated into a function block diagram. The same level of control implemented
by a conventional PLC would require a much larger and more detailed program. When
several function blocks are linked together in a specific way, then relatively complicated control functions can be implemented. SR has a storage capacity of programs
for up to 128 function blocks. There is a large application resource to satisfy the
requirements for complicated control. A program, when downloaded into SR will
never be lost, as SR does not rely on a battery for the memory function.
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5. External Extendable Input/output
SR series machine can be connected with the relative SR-20E Extension Module.
Thus it can be extension to 20 points input/output once (12 points input and 8
points output). One set of SR series machine can be externally connected with 5
extension modules. Thus 22 points machine can be extension to 122 points input/
output (74 points input and 48 points output). And it gives you a large storage
capacity of your control.
Note:
One SR main machine can be connected with 5 extension modules at most.
Two extension modules are recommended to connect with one SR main
machine. Otherwise the speed of the running will be slow.
6. Real time clock function
SR series intelligent controller has the real time clock recording function. It can
run and time according to the random time of your desiring and the accuracy can reach
second, which make your control of time be correct and accurate. And you can set
128 periods of different time. It is suitable for the system that needs the time control.
7. Analog input and transmission (The IA ports of DC type main machines
have the analog input function.)
In addition to receiving a switching input, SR can also receive the analog input
to implement the control of temperature, humidity, pressure, flow, level unit, etc.,
and transmit them remotely to a computer for monitoring.
8. Security cipher code function
SR is provided with protection for the programs downloaded into it. A security
cipher code can be set before programs are written. The programs can then only be
modified after the correct cipher code is entered.
9. Telephone function
SR is equipped with telephone and voice function blocks. It is possible to dial
directly through a telephone line after the required telephone number has been preset.
SR can be dialed automatically, when the conditions are satisfied so as to implement
advice or alarm functions. Moreover, SR can also receive remote signals transmitted
through a telephone line in order to control the terminal equipment.
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Note:
It is necessary to configure SR-VPA/VPD multifunctional voice block for the
implementation of telephone function and voice function.
10. Wireless Control
Wireless control functions can wirelessly remote control the SR to realize the
control to the voice module, input/output. This function can be used in some specific
control site, such as the control to the start and stop of SR with no means by hands,
or control the SR at site in the working house. Using wireless control module it will
be readily solved. In general, wireless control function can make it convenient to
realize the control to the SR.
11. Voice function
SR can provide voice recording and broadcasting back functions for the automatic control industry, creating intelligent controls, which can give audible voice
outputs, both locally and through remote speakers.
12. Function Keys
32 function keys are provided. The function of these keys is the same as IN (Input
I0-In), relatively the same as the soft switch. On the LCD panel, all the defined function
keys are displayed. Also the explanation and the password protection function of each
function key can be show in Super Relay Logic. The Super Relay Logic provides 8
function keys pages and in each page there may be 4 function keys.
13. Super CAD: Free Programming Software
The control program can be downloaded directly, with the use of the LCD
panel, into a SR unit. With more complicated control schemes the use of an ancillary
computer, loaded with Super CAD software, is recommended. The control program
can then be written into the memory of the SR is a very friendly human-machine
interface programming software. It can edit the function diagrams and also can analogously run the written program. It provides an off-line testing function to the user.
This feature overcomes much of the possible inconveniences normally experienced
with on-line testing and commissioning. The system can be proven before being put
into actual service. Super CAD will not only guide you to implement the editing of
the control programs, but will also perform the real-time monitoring for the field
environment and the operational conditions of SR.
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2.1 Installation of SR
2.1.1 Installation Method
SR is little and it is suitable for fitting inside panels or machinery within it’s
specification criteria. The installation of SR is quite simple:
1. Use a standard 35mm DIN rail for installation of SR as shown in Fig. 2.1.
2. Use the two diagonal clearance holes on SR for direct mounting.
Fig. 2.1 Use standard DIN rail for installation of SR
Notes:
1. The LCD of the SR is removable. Hold the two sides of the machine and pull.
2. Do not remove the LCD panel whilst the SR is powered, otherwise the SR and
LCD panel may be damaged and endanger the personal safety of the user.
2.1.2 Installation Dimensions
Fig. 2.2 Installation Dimensions of SR-12 Series (mm)
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Fig. 2.3 Installation Dimension of SR-22 Series (mm)
Fig. 2.4 Installation Dimensions of SR-VP Series Voice Module (mm)
Fig. 2.5 Installation Dimensions of SR-20 and SR-RC Series (mm)
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2.2 Wiring of SR
A screwdriver with a spade tip width of 3mm is used for the wiring of SR. The
maximum cross sections of the wires that can be inserted into the terminals are
determined according to the following sizes:
1*2.5mm²
2*1.5mm²
2.2.1 Connection Power Supply
1. SR-12MRAC, SR-22MRAC, SR-20ERA, SR-VPA, SR-RCA are AC type.
The rated power supply requirement for them is 110-240VAC, 50/60HZ. The range
of the grid voltage is 100VAC to 240VAC. The consumption power of SR-12MRAC
and SR-22MRAC is separately 3W and 5W representatively.
2. SR-12MRDC, SR-12MTDC, SR-12MGDC, SR-22MRDC, SR-22MTDC,
SR-22MGDC, SR-20ERD, SR-20ETD, SR-20EGD, SR-VPD, SR-RCD are DC
types. The supplying DC voltage is12VDC and 24VDC. The range of the voltage is
12VDC to 24VDC. The consumption power of SR-12MTDC, SR-12MGDC,SR22MTDC and SR-22MGDC is 2W both.
The power connection for SR is as shown in the following figures:
Fig. 2.6 AC Type
Fig. 2.7 DC Type
2.2.2 Connection Inputs
The input to SR can be either switching, such as on/off switches etc., or analog,
such as pressure, temperature, humidity, flow, etc. The specific requirements are as
follows:
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Type
Demand
SR-12MRAC SR-12MRDC SR-12MTDC
SR-12MGDC
SR-22MRAC SR-22MRDC
SR-22MTDC
SR-22MGDC
Switch Status 0
<40VAC
<5VDC
<5VDC
<5VDC
Input Current
<0.24mA
<1.5mA
<2.8mA
<2.8mA
Switch Status 1
Input Current
Analogue Input
85VAC
10VDC
Typical 0.24 mA Typical 3mA
No
10VDC
10VDC
Typical 3 mA Typical 3 mA
A0~A5/A0~A7 A0~A5/A0~A7 A0~A5/A0~A7
Note:
1. For SR-12MRDC, SR-12MTDC, SR-12MGDC, SR-22MRDC, SR22MTDC and SR-22MGDC, that can receive analog input. They can be set to
analog input or switching input as either may be used in the program. They will
be recognized as analog inputs when the input terminal is connected with an
analog function block, and they will be recognized as switching inputs when the
input terminal is not connected with an analog function block.
2. The analog inputs require 0V ~ +10V voltage signals. These are divided
equally in 0.1V increments. In programming, all the block parameters related to
the analog inputs are based on the minimum increment of 0.1V.
3. They can be recognized as switching input when the input voltage is more
than 10.0V and cannot be recognized as an analog input.
4. For the switching input off, when the switch status changes from 0 to 1,
the time of Status 1 must be greater than 50ms, and when the switch status
changes from 1 to 0, the time of Status 0 also must be greater than 50ms.
Connecting SR is shown as in the following figures:
Fig. 2.8 AC Type
Fig. 2.9 DC Type
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Fig. 2.10 DC Type (Analog)
2.2.3 Connection Outputs
1. Requirement for the relay output
Various loads such as lamp, fluorescent tube, motor, contactor, etc., can be
connected to the outputs of SR. The maximum ON output current that can be
supplied by SR, is 10A for the resistance load and 2A for the inductive load. The
connection is in accordance with the following figure 2.11:
Fig. 2.11 Relay Output
2. Requirement for the electronic transistor output:
The load connected to SR must have the following characteristics:
The maximum switch current cannot exceed 2A.
when the switch is ON (Q=1), the maximum current is 2A.
there are two type transistor output: the one is equivalent NPN type, for
example, SR-12MTDC and SR-22MTDC.
The connection is in accordance with the following figure 2.12-1:
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Fig. 2.12-1 The NPN Transistor Output
Notes:
1. The load connecting voltage must be 80VDC and it must be DC.
2. The “-” terminal of the output wiring must be connected with the DC positive
voltage, And it must be connected with the “M” terminal of the SR power. a load
must be connected with The “+” termina of the DC positive voltage.
The other is equivalent PNP type, for example, SR-12MGDC and SR-22MGDC.
The connection is in accordance with the following figure 2.12-2:
Fig. 2.12-2 The PNP Transistor Output
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Notes:
1. The load connecting voltage must be 80VDC and it must be DC.
2. The “+” terminal of the output wiring must be connected with the DC
positive voltage, And it must be connected with the “L+” terminal of the
SR power.a load must be connected with The “-” termina of the DC
positive voltage.
2.2.4 Net-connection of SR Series
SR series machine can be connected with voice module, remote control module,
extension module together and use. They must be the same type.
That is to say that the AC type is connected with the AC type and the DC type
is connected with the DC type.
1. SR-12MRAC and SR-20ERA, SR-RCA or SR-VPA Connecting Diagram
Fig. 2.13 Notes: Input Voltage AC110-220V
2. SR-12MRDC and SR-20ERD, SR-RCD or SR-VPD Connecting Diagram
Fig. 2.14 Notes: Input Voltage: DC 12-24V
3. SR-12MTDC and SR-20ETD, SR-RCD or SR-VPD Connection Diagram
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Fig. 2.15 Notes: Input Voltage: DC 12-24V
4. SR-12MGDC and SR-20EGD, SR-RCD or SR-VPD Connecting Diagram
Fig. 2.16 Notes: Input Voltage: DC 12-24V
Notes:
1. The connection voltage of the transistor type output control must be
80VDC and the load voltage must be DC.
2. Each machine can be connected with 5 extension modules at most, and it
is better you connect with the 3 extension modules, or one voice module
or a remote control module.
3. The address of the extension module is set to be 1-5. (For details please
consult the contents of Chapter VII)
4. The AC type machine must externally be connected with voice module,
extension module and remote control of AC type. And the DC type machine
must externally be connected with the DC type machine.
Danger
1. Current safety regulations do not permit the connection of different
phases to the input.
2. Power and input must same phases
3. Do not touch the input and output points and power input points at SR working.
4. Don’t touch or take down the link bridge SR-CBA/CBD at SR working.
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Chapter III General Description of Function Block
SR series adopts the programming methods by the use of function blocks. A
total of 8 general function blocks, 14 special function blocks, and 8 input & output
function blocks are configured. And each block can achieve a specific control function
independently, e.g. TOND, TOFD, SBPL, TBPL, SCHD, etc. As several blocks are
linked up in a specific way, relatively complicated control functions can be performed.
Programming with function blocks is simpler and better appreciated than the conventional PLC instruction programming.
The following types of operator for FAB function blocks are available for options:
1. Options of input ports: IA0~IA7, IB0~IB5 (input ports of 22-point machine),
IC0~IC7, ID0~ID3 (input ports of extension module 1), IE0~IE7,IF0~IF3 (input
ports of extension module 2), IG0~IG7, IH0~IH3 (input ports of extension module
3), II0~II7, IJ0~IJ3 (input ports of extension module 4), IK0~IK7, IL0~IL3 (input
ports of extension module 5), M00—M99, N00—N99 (intermediate relay), V00~V99
(virtual keys), HI (high potential status), LO (low potential status), X (no input
connection), telephone two-tone pulse: P00—P99.
2. Options of output ports: QA0~QA7 (output ports of the machine),
QC0~QC7 (output ports of extension module 1), QE0~QE7 (output ports of extension module 2), QG0~QG7 (output ports of extension module 3), QI0~QI7 (output
ports of extension module 4), QK0~QK7 (output ports of extension module 5),
M00—M99, N00—N99 (intermediate relay)
3.1 General Function Blocks (GF)
There are 8 general function blocks in total as listed in the following table:
Table 1: General Function Blocks
Line Diagram
SR Function Block
Function
Series connection
Of NO contacts
(Normal open )
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Series connection of
NO contacts with
AND
(With RLO borderline test)
RLO borderline test
Parallel connection
Of NO contacts
OR
Phase inverter
NOT
Dual communicator
contact
XOR
Parallel connection
Of NC contacts
NAND
(Normal close)
Parallel connection
of NC contacts with
RLO borderline test
NAND
(With RLO borderline test)
Series connection
Of NC contacts
NOR
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3.1.1 AND
Series connection of a certain
of NO contacts in SR line
In SR, the symbol of AND is number
shown as follows:
diagram is shown as follows:
I1
I2
I3
I4
This function block is called AND, because only when all of I1, I2, I3 and I4 are
all in status 1, the status of Output Q will be 1 (i.e. the output is closed).
Logic frame of AND:
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I1
I2
I3
I4
Q
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
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3.1.2 AND with RLO Borderline Test
In SR, the symbol is shown as follows:
Only when all the statuses of the inputs are 1 and at least the status of one
input is 0 in the last period, the output status of AND with RLO borderline test is 1.
If the input line of this function block (X) is unconnected, then this input is X=1.
The time diagram of AND with RLO borderline test is shown as follows:
During the third period, all the statuses of the inputs are 1 and during the
second period, the status of I2 is 0, so the status of the output is 1.
While during the fourth period, all the status of the inputs are 1 but during the
third period, all the status of the inputs are 1, so the status of the output is 0.
3.1.3 OR
Parallel connection of a certain number
of NO contacts is shown in the SR line
In SR, the symbol of OR is shown
as follows: diagram as follows:
I1
I2
I3
I4
This function block is called as OR, because the status for at least one of the
inputs I1, I2, I3 or I4 is 1 (i.e. closed), then output Q is 1.
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Logic frame of OR:
I1
I2
I3
I4
Q
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
3.1.4 NOT
The phase inverter is indicated in
SR line diagram as follows:
The symbol of NOT is shown
as follows:
I1
This function block is called NOT, because if the input status is 0, then output
Q is 1, and vice versa. In other words, NOT is the phase inverter for the input point.
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Logic frame of NOT:
I1
Q
0
1
1
0
3.1.5 XOR
In SR line diagram, the two commutator
contacts for XOR are connected in serial
In SR, the symbol of
XOR is shown as follows:
as follows:
I1
I2
When the statuses of all the inputs are not the same, the output status of XOR is 1.
When the statuses of all the inputs are the same, the output status of XOR is 0.
Logic frame of XOR:
I1
I2
Q
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
3.1.6 NAND
Parallel connection of a certain number of
NC contacts is shown in SR line diagram
as follows:
The symbol of NAND is
shown as follows:
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I1
I2
I3
I4
Logic frame of NAND:
I1
0
I2
0
I3
0
I4
0
Q
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
3.1.7 NAND with RLO Borderline Test
In SR, the symbol is shown as follows:
Only when the status of at least one of the input is 0 and statuses of all the inputs
in the last period are 1, the output status of this NAND with RLO borderline test is 1.
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If one input line of this function block (X) is unconnected, then the status of
this input is X=1.
Time diagram of NAND with RLO borderline test is shown as follows:
3.1.8 NOR
Serial connection of a certain
In SR, the symbol of NOR is
NC contacts is shown in the line
Diagram as follows:
I1
I2
I3
shown as follows:
I4
In NOR function block, when the statuses of all the inputs are low potential
(status 0), then the output is connected (status 1). If the status of any input is high
potential (status 1), then the output is opened (status 0).
Logic frame of NOR:
I1
I2
I3
I4
Q
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
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0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
3.2 Special Function Blocks (SF)
There are 14 special function blocks in total as listed in the following table.
Table 2: Special Function Blocks
Function
TOND
TOFD
SBPL
SCHD
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TPBL
BLNK
MTOD
UDCT
PONS
CMPR
TSEQ
SSEQ
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HOUR
T/C-Comparator
3.2.1 TOND
Line diagram/Symbol in SR
Pin
Input TRG
After TRG is triggered, the time delay
timer starts timing. (If TRG stop
triggering during the timing of timer,
the timer will terminate the timing.)
Parameter T
After time T, the output is on (the
output signal changes from 0 to 1).
Output Q
If there is still trigger signal, when time
T is up, the output will be on.
Output P
Time Sequence Frame:
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Description
If the property pin of the output P is
connected with the properties pin of the
SLCD, the parameter of this function
block will be transferred to HMI.
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Function Description:
1. When the status of TRG changes from 0 to 1, the time delay timer starts
timing.If TRG holds the status 1 for a sufficiently long time, the output will be
changed to 1 after the time T has elapsed. There is a time delay between the input
turning ON and the output turning ON, that why the TOND is so called.
2. If the status of TRG input changes into 0 before the fixed time, the timer will be reset.
3. When the status of TRG input is 0, then the reset status of the output is 0.
4. This function is applicable to override vibrations of switches, delayed startup of motor, delayed turning-on of lights, etc.
5. The assignment range for T is 0.01-99.99, and the time units can be set respectively to hour (H), minute (M) and second (S). Its time accuracy can reach 0.5‰.
3.2.2 TOFD
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Turn on the timer of the time-delay off
Input TRG relay, when the input TRG (trigger) is at the
descending edge (changing from 1 to 0).
Input R
The timer of disconnecting time-delay
relay is reset via R (Reset Input), and
Output Q is set to 0. (R has higher
priority to TRG.)
The output is disconnected (the Q status
Parameter T is changed from 1 to 0), when the time
T elapses.
Input TRG is activated then the output
Output Q
is turned on (Q=1) and is kept ON until
it is reset when the set time T is up.
If the property pin of the output P is
Output P
connected with the properties pin of
the SLCD, the parameter of this function
block will be transferred to HMI.
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Time Sequence Frame:
Function description:
1. When Input TRG is Status 1, Output Q is changed at once to Status 1. When
Input TRG is changed from 1 to 0 (when the descending edge comes), the internal
time delay timer of FAB is activated and Output Q is still remained in status 1. When
the set time T is up, Output Q becomes 0 and the timer is reset 1.
2. If Input TRG changes from Status 1 to Status 0 again, the timer is activated again.
3. Before the set time T is up, the timer and output can be reset via R (Reset) input.
4. This function is applicable to the lighting of staircase, the control of barriers
in a car park, the control of a-water throttling valve, etc.
5. The assignment range of T is 0.01-99.99, and the time units can be set
respectively to hour (H), minute (M), second (S).
6. TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
3.2.3 SPBL
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Input TRG
Input R
Description
Trigger input (TRG) makes the output
ON and OFF.
The output Q is reset via R (Reset Input).
(Q=0, R has a higher priority to TRG.)
Every time TRG changes from 0 to 1,
Output Q
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the status of Q will be changed (i.e. from
Status 0 to Status 1 or vice versa).
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Time Sequence Frame:
Function Description:
1. Every time the trigger input TRG changes from Status 0 to Status 1, the
status of Output Q will change accordingly (The status of Q will be reversed).
2. Reset Q to Status 0 via Input R.
3. After the power is ON or OFF, the pulse relay is reset and Output Q changes to 0.
4. If the status of TRG is being Status 1 from the start, it can be regarded as the
descending edge from the start.
5. TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
6. This function is applicable to the lighting of staircase, the control of barriers
in a car park, the control of a water throttling valve, etc.
3.2.4 TPBL
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Input S
Input R
Description
Make the Output Q to be Status 1 via
Input S (Position).
The Output Q is reset to 0 via R (Reset
Input). If S and R are both Status 1,
Output Q is 0. (R has a higher priority.)
Output Q
When S is the Input, Q is connected and
remained. It will be reset till R inputs
the position.
Switch Features:
RS Relay is a simple trigger with two values. The output value is decided by the
input status and the original output status. The following table can explain the logic
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relationship between them:
S
0
R
0
Q Remarks
The status remain the original value.
0
1
1
0
0 Reset
1 Position
1
1
0 Reset (Reset has a higher priority to Position.)
Explanation:
TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
3.2.5 BLNK
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Input (only be effective in high potential).
Input EN
Input R
Parameter T
Make the clock pulse generator
connected or open via EN input.
Make Output Q be 0 via Input R (Reset).
Time parameter. T is the time length
of output to be ON and OFF.
Every time EN changes from 0 to 1, the internal
timer begins to time, and when Time T is up, the
output is 1. If EN is held on 1, timing can be started
again, and when Time T is up again, the output
Output Q is 0. The cycle operation is continued in this way
until EN is 0 and Output Q is 0. When R is 1, then
the output Q is 0. And when R changes from 1
to 0 and EN is 1, all the initial status of Q changing
from 0 to 1 will start its cycle.
If the property pin of the output P is connected with
Output P the properties pin of the SLCD, the parameter of this
function block will be transferred to HMI.
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Time Sequence Frame:
Function Description:
1. Use Parameter T to set ON/OFF time. The assignment range of T is 0.01-99.
99 and the time units can be set respectively to hour (H), minute (M), second (S).
2. Input EN enables the clock pulse generator to work. Output Q of clock pulse
generator will flip-flop the status every time the time T elapses, and cycle operation
is continued in this way until Input En is 0. The clock pulse generator then stops
operation and Output Q is 0.
3. EN and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
4. This function is applicable to generate pulse automatically and to switch ON/OFF.
3.2.6 MTOD
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Input TRG Timer for ON time delay is started via
Input TRG (Trigger).
Timer for ON time delay is reset to ON
Input R
via Input R, and make Output Q be 0).
(The priority of R is higher than that of TRG.)
Parameter T
After TRG is triggered and the time T
elapses, the output is On.
Output Q
After time delay T elapses, the output is ON.
Output P
with the properties pin of the SLCD, the parameter
of this function block will be transferred to HMI.
If the property pin of the output P is connected
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Time Sequence Frame:
Function Description:
1. If the status of Input TRG changes from 0 to 1, the internal timer will be
activated. When time T is up. Output Q becomes 1 and then the input TRG coming
again has no effect on output Q. Only when Input R becomes 1 again Output Q and
Timer T will be reset to 0.
2. TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
3. This function is applicable to the locations where the time-delay ON and
hold ON status are required.
4. The assignment range for T is 0.01-99.99, and the time units can be set
respectively to hour (H), minute (M), second (S). Its time accuracy can reach 0.5‰.
3.2.7 PONS
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Input TRG activated the single-pulse time
Input TRG and relay. When the descending edge is coming,
it will output a pulse with the width of T.
Input R
Parameter T
Output Q
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Reset Single-pulse time relay. When R
is 1, the Output Q changes to 0.
The assignment range of pulse width
is 0.01-99.99.
Every time TRG changes from 0 to 1,
the Q outputs a pulse with the width of T.
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Output P
If the property pin of the output P is connected
with the properties pin of the SLCD, the parameter
of this function block will be transferred to HMI.
Time Sequence Frame:
Function Description:
1. When Q is 1, TRG pulse has no effect on Output Q.
2. TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
3. This function is applicable to change the pulse width.
3.2.8 UDCT
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Input R
Internal counter value and the output are
reset via R (Reset). R ha a priority to CTN.
Input CNT
When CNT (Counter) is inputting, the
counter just counts the change from
Status 0 to Status 1 and doesn’t count
the change from Status 1 to Status 0.
Input DIR
Appoint the direction of the counter
via DIR (Direction)
DIR=0; Adding Counting
DIR=1; Minus Counting
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When the internal counter value is larger than or equal
Parameter PAR
to PAR, the Output Q is1. When the internal counter
value is less than PAR, the Output Q is 0. The
assignment range of the counting value is 0-999999.
Output Q
When the counting value is arriving, the Output is on.
Output P
If the property pin of the output P is connected with
the properties pin of the SLCD, the parameter of this
function block will be transferred to SR-HMI.
Time Sequence Frame When PAR=5:
Function Description:
1. TRG and R terminals are treated as Status 0 if they are set as X.
2. Every time on Input CNT’s descending edge, the internal counter adds 1
(DIR=0) or minus 1 (DIR=1). If the internal counter is larger than or equal to
Parameter PAR, Output Q is set to 1. Reset can be used to reset the internal counter
to 0. If R=1, Output Q is 1.
3. The internal counter and the output terminal can be reset when the Input R
is 1. If R is 1, the Output Q will be 0 and it will count the Input CNT.
3.2.9 CMPR
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Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Analog Input 1, can be selected as: the value
Input 1
calculated from the analog input IA through
the math formula, or the preset analog value.
Input 2
calculated from the analog input IA through
the math formula, or the preset analog value.
Analog Input 2, can be selected as: the value
If the comparing condition between
Comparison Functioncan
Output Q
be selected as:
“<”, “>”, “<=”,
Input 1 and Input 2 is YES, Q will be 1,
and otherwise Q will be 0.
If the property pin of the output P is
“>=”, “=”, “=”
Output P
connected with the properties pin of the
SLCD, the parameter of this function block
will be transferred to HMI.
Function Description:
Only SR-12MRDC, SR-12MTDC, SR-12MGDC, SR-22MRDC, SR22MTDC, SR-22MGDC types have this function.
This function is used in the analogue input instructions.
Instruction of CMPR
The value of the analog input (IA), which the CMPR compares, is computed
through math formula and is not the actual input voltage value. And the math formula
is A*IA+B.
Actually the value of A and B are not needed for you to calculate. We have
already put the math formula into SR-WRT and the free software SUPER CAD. You
only need to connect the sensor to the related analog input (IA) then the value of A
and B will be written into SR machine according to the related methods.
Here we explain the method in SUPER CAD:
Connect the SR main machine and your PC via SR-CP. Power on the SR main
machine and open the SUPER CAD software. Then select [Set Analog Parameters]
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in [Option] to select the two values of the linear relationship as in Fig. 3.2 and Fig. 3.
3. (First test the sensorat 0¡æ first and then test a 50¡æ. Through these two time
tests, it will get the value of A and B. And then put the value of A and B into the main
machine.)
Please refer to the details of SR-WRT for the methods how to set the values of
A and B in SR-WRT.
Notes: The value of A and B of each analog pin need to be set separately.
Fig. 3.1
Fig. 3.2
Operation procedures are on the next page.
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Fig. 3.3
Fig. 3.4
Here it will calculate the values of A and B. And Click here, it will
write the values of A and B of the IA0 pint into SR main machine.
CMPR will compare the calculated value of the input 1 and input 2. When the
comparison function is selected as “<”, it means the calculated value of input 1 is
smaller than that of input 2 and the output is high. Otherwise it will be low.
And the value of input 1 or input 2 can be selected as the fix value, and the other
is connected to the pin of the analog input. Thus CMPR will compare this fixed value
and the calculated value of the analog pin.
Example 1: Comparing the calculated value of input 1 and input 2.
Input 1 is connected to IA0;
Input 2 is connected to IA1;
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Output is connected to QA1;
CMPR function is selected as “<=”
Then if the calculated value of IA0 is <= that of IA1, QA1 will become 1.
Otherwise QA1 will become 0.
Example 2: Comparing the calculated value of the analog input with the fixed value.
Input 1 is connected to IA01;
Input 2 is empty. And then select the property dialogue frame of
Input 2 and put in the fixed value;
Output is connected to QA0;
CMPR function is selected as “<=”.
Then if the calculated value of IA0 is <= to the fix value, QA1 will become 1.
Otherwise QA1 will become 0.
3.2.10 T/C-CMPR
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Function
Pin
Description
Input 1
Analog Input 1, can be selected as: the value
calculated from the analog input IA through
the math formula, or the preset analog value.
Input 2
Analog Input 2, can be selected as: the value
calculated from the analog input IA through
the math formula, or the preset analog value.
Comparison Functioncan
be selected as:
“<”, “>”, “<=”,
“>=”, “=”, “=”
If the comparing condition between Input 1
Output Q and Input 2 is YES, Q will be 1, and
otherwise Q will be 0.
Function Description:
This function block can compare the value of timer or counter. And the compared time range is 0.01~99.99 (Unit: hour, minute, second). And the counter range
is 1~999999.
The type of the two connected inputs of this function block must be the same.
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If Input 1 is TSEQ function block, Input 2 must be TSEQ function block too. And if
Input 1 is UDCT function block, then Input 2 must be UDCT function block too.
In the following we will explain the applications of this function block by
examples.
Example 1: Comparing the length of two timers
Logic Relationship is as follows:
Fig. 3.5
Function relationship is selected as “>”;
Then when the time of B0 is > the time of B1, QA1 is 1. Otherwise it will be 0.
Example 2: Comparing the times of two counters
Logic Relationship is as follows:
Fig. 3.6
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Function relationship is selected as “>”;
Then when the number of B0 is > the number of B1, QA1 is 1. Otherwise it will be 0.
3.2.11 SCHD
SR has clock switches for 128 time intervals.
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
Input ON
Set powering on time of the time switch
and select the model of the time switch.
Set powering off time of the time switch.
Input OFF The model of the time switch is the same
as which of the powering on time.
Output of the SCHD. If one set time
Output Q
interval is connected, the output will be
Status 1. Otherwise it is Status 0.
The SCHD instruction is a very powerful tool of time switch, and it has 5
formats for selection: year/ month/week/ day/definite day.
Year means circle once a year; month means circle once a month;
Week means circle once a week; day means circle everyday;
Definite day means execute this function on the definite day and without circle.
Some key points of SCHD:
1. In time switches, the set time should be according to the time schedule, such
as (day style):
ON time: AM 8:00 of May.1 2003
OFF time: PM 5:00 of May.1 2003
ON time: AM 9:00 of Oct.01 2003
OFF time: PM 7:00 of Oct. 01 2003
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The above of time sequence is correct, and the following is not correct:
ON time: AM 8:00 of May. 02 2003
OFF time: AM 6:00 of May. 01 2003
Q1
ON Time: PM 7:00 of Oct. 01 2003
OFF time: PM 3:00 of Oct. 01 2003
2. In the SCHD instruction, if you set ON time and OFF time, then the output
will be ON between the ON time and OFF time, the output will keep the previous
status before the ON time, and will become OFF after the OFF time.
3. Regarding week style and day style, you can set ON time or OFF time. Its
output will change as follows:
Preset Condition
Time
Output Status
Before the ON Time
Keep the Previous Status
Only ON Time Set
At or After the ON Time
Before the OFF Time
ON
Keep the Previous Status
Only OFF Time Set
At or After the OFF Time
OFF
4. Whichever function you selected of the Clock switch, you should list the
time as the time sequence of the same day. For example:
Day style:
AM 8:00 May 1 2003 ON
AM 12:00 May 01 2003 OFF
This order is correct
PM 1:00 May 01 2003 ON
PM 5:00 May 01 2003 OFF
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Monthly style:
10:00 AM of Each June 01 ON
11:00 AM of each June 01 OFF
8:00 AM of each June 01 ON
9:00 AM of each June 01 OFF
This order is wrong, and the
output will become OFF
from 10:00 to 11:00
Week style:
Monday
9: 00 ON
11: 00 OFF
Monday
15: 00 ON
18: 00 OFF
Monday
9: 00 ON
This order is correct
This order is wrong, and the
11: 00 OFF
Monday 6: 30 ON
output will be OFF from 9:
00 to 11:00
8: 30 OFF
Note: This phenomenon is called last instruction priority proposal.
3.2.12 TSEQ (Time Sequence)
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
There are totally 8 output points (Output
0-7) in the TSEQ function block. And the
Output 0 retains the state ON and is not
TRG Input
limited by the Input R. While other outputs
(Output 1-7) will output the ON state in time
sequence one by one and will be reset
controlled by Input R. TRG is activated
signal of this instruction.
R Input
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Time sequence output, and it has 7
Q Output selectable outputs, it can offer 7 outputs
statuses at the same time.
The function of the time sequence is as follows.
Fig. 3.7
When you select a TSEQ instruction in the program and double click it, it will
display as above figure. And at this time you can select the output points. If you select
Output 3, Output 2 will be selected automatically, the same way for Output 4, Output
5……Output 7. It means that if you select the next one, then all the previous ones will
be selected automatically. And you can set the ON time for this output after TRG being
ON, and the time unit can be selected as second, minute, hour.
In above figure, when the TRG become 1, then 7 outputs will become 1 one-byone. It means: First second, OUTPUT 1 become 1, then 2nd second, OUTPUT 2 will
become 1, and so on, till the OUTPUT 7 become 1 in the 7th second, then it will stop.
And the output loop will start again when a reset signal 1 is received on R.
Note: The Output 0 will be in ON state all the time no matter the Input TRG
is ON or OFF. It is forbidden for the user to change.
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3.2.13 SSEQ (Step Sequence)
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Description
There are totally 8 output points (Output
0-7) in the SSEQ function block. Among
TRG Input them Output 1-7 will output the ON state
in time sequence one-by-one. This function
block is activated by TRG signal.
R Input
Reset signal will let the outputs become
OFF state.
There are 6 outputs which can be
Q Output
selected, and this instruction can offer
6 status outputs (Output 2-7).
The function of SSEQ is as follows:
Fig. 3.8
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When you select a SSEQ instruction in the program and double click it, it will
display as above figure. At the same time you can select the output points. If you
select Output 3, output 2 will be selected automatically, the same way for output 4,
output 5…output 8. It means that if you select the next one, then the previous one
will be selected automatically.
As shown in Fig. 3.8, every time when TRG has a pulse, it will make one
output become 1. And when all the selected outputs are ON, the next TRG pulse will
make all the selected output be OFF one-by-one. But Output 0 will retain the ON
state, and the loop will start again.
Note: The Output 0 and Output 1 are fixed and are forbidden to change by the users.
3.2.14 HOUR
Line diagram/ Symbol in SR
Pin
Input INC
Description
When INC was activated, the system
time will increase one hour
automatically.
Input DEC
When DEC was activated, the system
time will decrease one hour
automatically.
Function Description:
When there is a high potential on INC, the system time will increase one hour
automatically. When there is a high potential on DEC, the system time will decrease
one hour automatically.
3.2.15 Explanation to Property Pin (The property pin of TOND, TOFD, BLNK,
MTOD, PONS, UDCT, CMPR function blocks)
There is an output pin defined as the property pin in the TOND, TOFD,
BLNK, MTOD, PONS, UDCT, CMPR function blocks. And also one output pin of
SLCD is defined as the property pin.
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Meanings of Property Pin:
Property pin can only be connected with other property pins. After connection,
it will transfer the time/counter/analog and so on parameters to the SLCD. When SRHMI is used, it will display the parameters of the function block according to the
relationship of the property pins.
Fig. 3.9
As shown in Fig. 3.9, when SR-HMI is turned to L:0 page, the set time of B0
and the current time will be displayed.
Fig. 3.10
As shown in Fig. 3.10, when the output pin of B0 is high, SR-HMI will show
L:0 page automatically and display the set time of B0 and the current time.
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Fig. 3.11
As shown in Fig. 3.11, as the property pin is shelled when SLCD is set. And
the property pin of B0 is empty. And when the output pin of B0 is high, SR-HMI
will show L:0 page automatically. But it will not show the parameters of B0.
Note: For more information about property pin, please refer to Chapter IV.
3.3 Input & Output Blocks
There are 8 Input & Output function blocks in total as listed in the following table.
Table 2: Input & Output Function Blocks
Block
IN
Graphic
Function
One IN point is
correspond to one
input terminal of SR.
One OUT point is
OUT
RCI
correspond to one
output terminal of SR.
The function key of
remote module.
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To dial the set
DOUT
telephone and then play
the set message.
The function block to dial
the telephone and check
D-IN
the alarming message.
PMSG
To play the set message.
CONT
To program assistant.
When wiring, the line
connects the two points
of the same code and
different directions.
To edit the HMI, each
SLCD
SLCD has its
correspondent HMI page.
3.3.1 IN
The symbol in SR is as follows:
Symbol in SR
Function
Explanation
Input Pin
O ne IN point is correspond to
one input terminal of SR.
Function Explanation & Icon:
One IN point is correspond to one input terminal of SR.
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Fig. 3.12
3.3.2 OUT
The symbol in SR is as follows:
Symbol in SR
Function
Output Pin
Explanation
One OUT point is correspond
to one output terminal of SR.
Function Explanation & Icon:
One OUT point is correspond to one output terminal of SR.
Fig. 3.13
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3.3.3 RCI
The symbol in SR is as follows:
Symbol in SR
Function
Explanation
To select the input point of remote
module and can be anyone of Y01,
Y02, … Y06. And one RCI remote
Remote
input pin
input point is correspondent to one
of Y01, Y02, … Y06.
Function Explanation & Icon:
To select the input point of remote module and can be anyone of Y01, Y02, …
Y06. And one RCI remote input point is correspondent to one of Y01, Y02, … Y06.
And the using methods are as follows:
Fig. 3.14
3.3.4 DOUT (Need to select SR-VPA/VPD to use together)
Line diagram/
Symbol in SR
Function
Pin
Input TRG
Description
When TRG is high (ON
state), this function block
will execute dialing out.
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The voice
module
will dial
the
telephone
to output.
When TRG is high, it’s time to
dial out. After dialing successfully,
the Output Q1 is high and Output
Output Q1 Q2 is low. This state will remain
till the TRG terminal is low and at
that time Q1 and Q2 are
simultaneously placed down.
When TRG is high, it’s time to dial
out. If dialing unsuccessfully, the
Output Q1 is low and Output Q2
Output Q2 is high. This state will remain till
the TRG terminal is high and at
that time Q1 and Q2 are
simultaneously placed down.
Function Description:
The telephone voice module is to explain the alarming reason by voice through
telephone or mobile dialing the preset telephone No. Presentation on how to implement it is made as follows.
In the program, when the TRG pin of DOUT instruction is activated by an
input, the voice module will dial the phone number which set in the DOUT instruction.
If there is no answer from the telephone, the voice module will wait for the answer
according the ring time which is pre-set. If there is still no answer from the telephone
after ringing for set times, then the voice will dial the telephone repeatedly according
to the set dialing times. If there is answer from the dialed telephone then the voice
module will play the voice messages as the following process.
1. If there is a password, the voice module will play the No.01 message, user
should enter the correct password, then will hear the set messages.
A. If the entered password is correct, the voice module will play the No.2
message, and will play the message which was set in the DOUT module repeatedly
for 3 times. The voice module will send a success signal bit to the SR after 20
seconds, it means that the dialing is successful;
B. If the entered password is wrong, the voice module will play the NO.03
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message, then play the No.01 message repeatedly. If the use of wrong password for
N times, the voice will stop playing and hang up the telephone. At this time, if all the
dialing times were dialed, the voice will send a failure signal bit to the SR. Or the voice
will dial the telephone which was set in the DOUT instruction, till finish dialing all
the times or dial successfully. If the dialing failed for all the dialing times, the voice
will send a failure bit to the SR. If the dialing is successful, voice module will send a
success bit to SR.
2. If there is no password item, the voice module will play the message which
was set in the DOUT instruction for 3 times, then will hang up after 20 seconds
delay, and send a successful bit to SR.
When the user answer the telephone which was dialed by a voice module, if the
user hang up the telephone, then the voice will finish to play the previous message.
And will hang up after a few seconds delay.
Note:
(1). The No.01, No.02, No.03 and No.04 messages are system message, and
these messages can only be recorded into the voice module by users, and
can not be played by DOUT instruction.
(2). When the voice block are dialing a telephone number, if there is a password
option, then only after the telephone was answered successfully and
entered a correct password, then the voice will consider it as a successful
dialing. And voice module will send a successful bit to SR. Or, if voice will
consider it as a failure dialing, then will send a failure bit to SR.
If there is no password item, then when the telephone was answered, then
voice module will consider it as a successful dialing. After finishing to play
the preset message, it will send a successful bit to SR. Otherwise it will
consider it as a failure dialing.
(3). When you use the voice module, you must record messages firstly, and the
system messages No.01, No.02, No.03 and No.04 have the following
functions.
Message 0: prompt the user press 0 key and listen to the telephone.
Message 1: prompt the user to enter the password.
Message 2: prompt the user the correct password.
Message 3: prompt the user the wrong password and re-enter the password.
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Message 4: prompt the user the system is running normally and no alarming.
Telephone Alarm
When the input of DOUT instruction was activated, it will start to dial the
preset telephone number.
Automatic Dial and Automatic Alarm.
To see examples for the application of SR-VPA /VPD, please refer to Chapter VI.
Notes: When programming with SR-HMI, the input of the telephone num
ber must be ended with “:”. And the characters before “:” is the
preset telephone number. And the telephone number after “:” is
invalid. And “:” is the mark for the end of the telephone number.
If there is no “:”, then SR cannot recognize the telephone number.
3.3.5 D-IN (Need to select SR-VPA/VPD to use together)
Line diagram/
Symbol in SR
Function
Pin
Description
Telephone
When TRG become 1, will
dials the
Input TRG activate D-IN instruction, and
voice module
will play the preset message
to input.
Function description:
1. After D-IN instruction is activated, the voice module will start to play the
preset messages in D-IN instruction;
2. According to the different presetting in the D-IN instruction, the voice
module has the following applications:
(1). If there is only one D-IN instruction in the user’s program of the SR:
A. If there is password protection, voice will play the No.01 message repeatedly,
after the user enter the correct password. If the entered password is wrong,
the voice will play the No.03 message, and then continue to play the No.01
message. If the entered password is correct, the voice module will play the
No.02 message, and then play the preset alarm message which was set in the
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D-IN instruction by user for 3 times. After playing 3 times, the voice will
stop playing any message. Then will hang up the telephone automatically
after 20 seconds delay, and go back to waiting status;
B. When there is no password protection for D-IN instruction, voice module
will play the preset message which was set in D-IN instruction by user for
3 times. After finish playing, the voice module will stop to play any message,
and will hang up the telephone after 20 seconds delay, and go back to
waiting status;
(2). When there are more than 1 D-IN instructions in the user’s program of SR:
A. If all of the password protection of D-IN was selected, the voice module
will play the No.01 message repeatedly, when the user enter the password.
If the password is wrong, the voice module will play the No.03 message,
and then will play the No.01 message repeatedly. If the entered password
is correct, voice module will play the No.02 message, and then play the
preset alarm message which was set in the D-IN for 3 times. When it finishes
to play the 3 times, the voice module will stop playing any messages, and
will hang up the telephone after 20 seconds delay, and go back to waiting
status.
B. If there isn’t any password protection for the D-IN instruction, the voice
module will play for 3 times the alarm message which was preset in the DIN by user. After 3 times playing, the voice module will stop playing any
messages , and will hang up the telephone after 20 seconds delay, and then
go back to waiting status;
C. If there is password protection for some D-IN instructions, and some D-IN
instructions have no password protection, then the voice module will play
the preset alarm messages that are preset in the D-IN instructions without
password protection. After playing all the alarm message which have no
password protection, the voice module will play the No.01 message, after
the user enter the password. If the entered password is wrong, the voice
module will play the No.03 message, and will continue to play the No.01
message. If the entered password is correct, the voice module will play the
No.02 message, then the voice module will play the alarm messages which
preset in the D-IN instructions with password protection. After playing all
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the alarm messages for all D-IN instructions, the voice module will start to
play all the alarm messages for 2 times. At last the voice module will stop
playing any message, and hang up after 20 seconds delay, and go back to
waiting status;
3. When the user dial the telephone number which is connected to the voice
module, and the D-IN instruction wasn’t activated, then voice will play the
No.04 message to tell the user that there isn’t any alarm.
4. When the user hear the voice module, if the user hang up the telephone, then
the voice module will hang up the telephone automatically after a few
seconds delay after playing the previous message.
Note: 1. The No.01, No.02, No.03 and No.04 message are system message,
and cannot be played in D-IN instruction.
2. When this voice module is used, the related voice messages must be
recorded first.
3. User must record the messages firstly, then can use the voice
module No.01, No.02, No.03 and No.04 message must be record
before using the voice module (Please refer the chapter VI to study
Recording message of voice module)
4. Password input must start as “*”.
3.3.6 PMSG (Need to select SR-VPA/VPD to use together)
Line diagram/
Symbol in SR
Function
Pin
Description
ON
1, the voice module will play
all the message that preset
When the ON input becomes
Voice
Playing
in this instruction.
Function
Block
OFF
When OFF input becomes
1, will stop playing
the message.
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Notes:
This function is applicable to location where voice prompt is needed.
3.3.7 CONT
The symbol in SR is as follows:
Symbol in SR
Function
Pin
Explanation
Light Pin Input
One OUT point is
correspond to one output
Right Pin Output
terminal of SR.
Contacts
Function Explanation & Icon:
When wiring, the line connects the two points of the same code and different
directions. And you can see its function in the following program.
And the detailed using methods can be referred also in the following program.
Fig. 3.15
Fig. 3.16
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The above two programs are of the same efficient. In Fig. 3.16, the two C:0 are
considered as the same point, and then B0 and B1 are connected together. So the
program function is the same as Fig. 3.15.
3.3.8 SLCD
The symbol in SR is as follows:
Symbol in SR
Function
Display the
HMI pages
Pin
Explanation
TRG
SLCD has its correspondent
HMI page.
P
Property Pin
To edit the HMI, each
Function Explanation & Icon:
To edit the HMI, each SLCD has its correspondent HMI page.
Notes: The two input pins of this function block will be displayed or hidden
according to your choice. The first input pin is the trigger. When
TRG is high, the page will be displayed on the top of SR-HMI. The
second input pin is the property pin, which can be connected to the
timer, counter function blocks and will display the property of
these function blocks.
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Chapter IV Instructions of SR-HMI Module
4.1 The difference between LCD message of SR and the traditional LCD
message
In the use of traditional LCD message, it can only display some fixed and simple
message such as time, I/O status etc. It can not display the counter value, timer value
and analogue value. And all the LCD message screens are set and programmed by the
program engineer, so users can not change, add, or remove any message screen. The
operation of the traditional LCD message screen is not easy to use for the end user.
Regarding the above shortcomings of the traditional HMI module, we have
adopted a new method to develop the SR, and offer to user a free, and easily LCD
instruction. The powerful function of the LCD (can be called HMI) is as follows:
1. Providing 64 Human-Machine Interfaces
When using SUPER CAD, users can add HMI according to the demand no
more than 64. And the non-alarming interfaces can be seen on LCD panel.
Use the up/down moving key
to see different screen page
Message screen and function screen will change to
each other by pressing the
right/left moving key
Fig. 4.1
2. Providing Several HMI Module
When you add an HMI, the system will create a referring module screen according to the connection relation, so user just need to make some minor changes on the
HMI, for example as follows:
Note: B0 block is a CMPR instruction, and it has an SLCD as L:0, connect the
under output leg of B0 to the under leg of L:0, Double click the L:0, it will
create the following left screen.
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Created screen automatically
After minor change
Fig. 4.2
3. Direct, Clear & Simple Connecting Relationship
User only needs to link the LCD with the function block, then all the message shown
on LCD will be related to the connected instruction. For example, see the following:
Note: Set the parameter of B0 as follows:
Fig. 4.3
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The LCD will display the actual value and parameter value of B0.
Actual Value
Parameter of B0 can be changed by the keys on
LCD any time.
Fig. 4.4 Actual Value & Parameter of the Running
4. Alarm triggering function.
When the output of the previous instruction is 1, it can activate the linked alarm
LCD (L0), and the alarm message will be displayed to user.
The trigger method is as follows:
All function blocks with output can trigger the HMI.
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All function blocks with output can trigger the HMI.
Fig. 4.5
When IA1 becomes 1 status, then the
LCD will display the alarm message
and indicate the water lever value.
5. Providing 32 function keys
These function keys are the same work with In(Input I0-In), equal to soft switch. On
LCD, all the function keys can be defined and provided with explanations. In SUPER CAD,
8 pages of function keys are provided and each page has four function keys.
the function keys
explanations
Fig. 4.6
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6. We can order message screen pages very easily. When you edit a lot of LCD
message screens, and they have the different priority, so we can order them according
to its priority, the more important one should be displayed more previous than the
not important one by their sequence, and you can use the page up and page down to
view all the message pages. See the following figure, and you can click each message
screen, and move it to any place.
Fig. 4.7
7. With Special Characters Function
There are some fixed special characters in the LCD. These characters can represent some standard ASCII code. You can select these special characters when you
cannot type them in the windows system. It is very easy to use for the user. There
are following special characters in its software.
Fig. 4.8
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4.2 Application Example of SR-HMI
Note: This is a water supply system.
1. The water supply system diagram is as follows:
Fig. 4.9
2. Description
a. We use a SR-12MRDC to compare the Pressure 1 with 7V, if P1<7v, then start
the pump #1; if P1<3v, then start the pump #2; if P1<1v for more than 5 minutes,
then start the voice alarm. Connections P1 to IA0 are analog input.
b. SA is a Auto/Hand switch, connected to IA1.
c. When you choose SA as Hand operation, there are two function keys in the
program, V: AF1 will control the pump #1, and V: AF2 will control pump #2.
d. When you choose SA as Auto operation, the pressure comparing instructions
B0, B1 and B6 will work, the parameters of B0, B1 and B6 are as follows:
B0
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B1
B6
Fig. 4.10
B0 will control the pump #1, B1 will control the pump #2, and B6 will control
the voice alarm message to alarm.
e. The logic control program of SR-12MRDC is as follows:
Fig. 4.11
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f. Edit the LCD message screen. There are total 7 message screens in this
example, described as follows:
Displaying the time
and date of the system.
Start HMI of Pump #1.
Start HMI of Pump #2.
Set the HMI of trigger
alarm parameter.
The HMI when alarming
HMI of parameter of
time delay on
HMI of Input and
Output
Fig. 4.12
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4.3 Edition of the HMI
Note: There is a LCD display on the hardware of SR, and the LCD can display
the system messages, alarm messages, RUN/STOP status, I/O status, parameter
changes and function keys. All the messages can be edited by users according to his
requirements.
LCD message screen can be divided into 3 types:
a. System message: display system time, I/O status, and function keys.
b. Parameter message: display the value and pre-set parameter of Counter,
Timer and an Analog
c. Alarm message: display on the LCD after activation.
1) Edit the system message:
Start SUPER CAD and create a new file as follows:
SLCD is
used to edit
message
screens
Fig. 4.13
Choose the SLCD, and put it to the edit window, a SLCD set up window will
appear as follows:
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The message screen which
will be displayed
Set the main screen
The words
can be
changed
Insert text
Insert special
characters
Ordering screens
Message
screen types
selecting
Set password
Function keys
Fig. 4.14
Edit a system time message screen in the program, the operation is as
follows: Take a SLCD instruction to the edit window as the following figure:
Fig. 4.15
Choose “User selectable (Upper input not connected)”
And choose “Data Source Option (Lower input not connected)”
And choose “Time/Date Screen”, then the message screen will appear as follows:
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The words on the
green lines can be
changed Double
Click words to
Double Click to Modify
Fig. 4.16
Double click “CUR TIME” or “CUR DATE” to modify them as you wanted.
Double click “CUR TIME” to enter the modifying dialog box as follows:
Fig. 4.17
Type “TIME IS:” and press “Enter”, the modified words description is as
follows:
Fig. 4.18
Click “OK” to finish the setting of the time/Date. In run status, the second line
will indicate the real time, and the forth line will indicate the Year/Month/Date.
I/O status message screen
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Take a SLCD instruction to the edit window and choose the selectable items as
follows:
Choose “User selectable (Upper input not connected)” And choose “Data
Source Option (Lower input not connected)” And choose “Super Relay Input/Output values Screen”, the message screen will appear as follows:
Modifiable
Fig. 4.19
Double click
, to choose the group of I/O, see following figure:
We divided the I/O into 8 groups, because the SR I/O can be extended to 74I/
48O, and each LCD line can only display 10 points at most.
Fig. 4.20
Select INPUTB, the modified message screen will appear as follows:
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Fig. 4.21
Edit a alarm message screen.
Alarm messages screen will be activated by a connected instruction. When the
condition is satisfied, the alarm message will appear on the LCD:
There are 2 kinds of alarm message screens; the selectable items are as following
two figures:
Difference
Fig. 4.22
On the other hand, their link mode is not the same, they are as following two figure:
Fig. 4.23
The related instructions are: TOND, TOFD, BLNK, MTOD, UDCT, PONS,
CMPR, CT CMPR.
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Edit a parameter message screen.
User can change the preset of the parameter on this kind of message screen by
the panel keys on the SR.
Take a SLCD instruction to the edit window and choose the selectable items as follows:
Choose “User selectable (Upper input not connected)”
And choose “Data Source Option (Lower input connected)”
The dialogue box is as follows:
Fig. 4.24
This message screen will display two values, one is current value, and the
other is preset value.
User can change the description words on each line of the LCD screen.
The related, connected instructions are: TOND, TOFD, BLNK, MTOD,
UDCT, PONS, CMPR, CT CMPR.
Note:
TOND, TOFD, BLNK, MTOD, UDCT, PONS, CMPR, CT CMPR can have
two different message screens such as following program:
L: 6 displays the parameter setup, L:3 displays the alarming information.
Fig. 4.25
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There are 2 kinds of set method for presetting the value of CMPR:
1) One kind is that it only has 1 leg to be compared (including two conditions):
(1) Lower leg connected to an input for comparing to a fixed value, see following figure.
Fig. 4.26
(2) Upper leg connected to an input for comparing to a fixed value, see following figure
Fig. 4.27
2) Two legs are connected to inputs for comparing each other
Fig. 4.28
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Order message screens
When you edit a lot of message screens, you need to order them and let the more
important one be displayed first. You just need to click, and the ordering dialogue box
will appear as follows:
Fig. 4.29
User can move each message screen to any place by clicking and moving it. For
example to place L:2 to the first place, you just need to click and move L:2 to the
place of L:1, then L:1 will go to the second place automatically. It is very easy to use.
Fig. 4.30
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4.4 Instruction of Virtual Keys
In the Super CAD software, we have defined 32 function keys in 8 pages (A,B,
C,D,E,F,G,H). Each page has 4 function keys (F1—F4). When a function keys is
activated, it will offer a high or low potential (1 or 0 status) output, and this output
can be used as an input for any other instructions to act as a switch function. User
can select the function key group from group A to group H, and then select a key
from F1 to F4 in the following figure:
Select
function
keys
Fig. 4.31
After select the items, the following figure will appear, and you can name the
function key (or give some description for the function key). You can set the password protection for the function key. At last, click OK to finish the definition of a
function.
Fig. 4.32
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Such as typing “ Run ” into the blank of
finish setting. It will display as:
, and press “Enter” to
Fig. 4.33
If you want to modify the description, just need to double click “ F2:Run ”,
then type the new words in the blank
of , and then press “Enter”.
Then press “OK”, the function will displayed in the edit window as follows:
Fig. 4.34
The function can be acted as an input to any other instructions. Such as:
Fig. 4.35
4.5 Set password
There is a password protection option in SLCD figure. You can choose according to your need.
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Fig. 4.36
Click and choose “LCD change Data password protection”, and “Edit” will be
activated for you to change a new password.
Fig. 4.37
Click “Edit”, enter the 4 digits password (0—9), and see following figure.
Fig. 4.38
4.6 Instruction of Help in SR-HMI Software
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There is “Help” button in the dialogue box of Setup LCD Screen, click to select
the help function, the following figure will appear.
Fig. 4.39
User can use this help function to view and study all the function and operation
of the SLCD.
4.7 Instruction of SR-HMI
After powering on HMI, it must check if the interface in HMI mates with the
program in the main machine. If not, HMI will display the following message to
prompt users. And now users should use SUPER CAD to re-write the program.
Fig. 40
If the program is mated and the main machine is running, the LCD displaying
main interface will be as follows:
In SUPER CAD, this interface cannot be used to program and it is fixed as the
first page of the parameter windows.
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Fig. 4.41
Users can switch the parameter window and the function window by the
“ ” and “ ”keys keys.
Fig. 4.42
In the HMI Parameter Display Interface or the Function Key Interface, if there
is any alarming interface is triggered and HMI is without any pressing in 10 seconds,
the LCD will display the triggered alarming interface. If there are more than one
alarming interfaces are triggered, the LCD will display all the triggered interfaces in
circle every 20 seconds.
10 second without pressing any key
Pressing any key
Fig. 4.43
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If the parameter display interface is displayed, press key to display
different parameter display interfaces page after page in circle.
If the function key interface is displayed, press key to display different
function key interfaces page after page in circle.
4.7.1 Modification Methods of System Time
Press key to switch to Parameter Display Interface, press key to
switch to Super CAD system time display interface.
Fig. 4.44
Press F1+F4 key, if there is password protection function, the LCD will
display the password input interface and require the user to enter the password.
Otherwise the system time modification interface will be displayed.
Fig. 4.45
If the correct password is entered, the system time modification interface will
be displayed.
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To adjust the value
of the cursor
To adjust the place of the cursor
Select Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second
Fig. 4.46
After modification pressing OK key, the system time display interface will be
displayed and the modified time will be displayed.
4.7.2 Modify the Parameter Value of the Counter
Press key to switch to parameter display interface; press key to
switch to counter parameter display interface; and press F1+F4 key to display
counter parameter modification interface.
Fig. 4.47
Press key to move the cursor to digit needed to be modified and press + - keys to adjust the parameter. After modification press OK key to return to the
counter parameter display interface.
4.7.3 Modify the Parameter Value of the Timer
Press key to switch to parameter display interface; press key to
switch to timer parameter display interface and press F1+F4 key to enter timer
parameter modification interface. Modifying methods are as in 4.7.2.
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4.7.4 Modify the Parameter Value of the Analog
Press key to switch to parameter display interface; press key to
switch to analogue parameter display interface and press F1+F4 key to enter analogue parameter modification interface. Modifying methods are as in 4.7.2.
4.7.5 The Usage of the Function Key
Press key to switch to function key interface and press key to
switch to the correspondence interface of the triggered key.
Fig. 4.48
Press the triggered key. If PUMP#1 is needed to be triggered, press F1 key. To
avoid misaction, there will be a confirmation interface in the LCD to require the user
to press OK key to confirm.
Fig. 4.49
4.7.6 The Switch Over between Running & Stopping Modes of the Main Machine
Press key to switch to parameter display interface and press key
to switch to main machine running mode interface.
A. if the main machine being running mode
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Fig. 4.50
Press F1 key to control the main machine to stop mode. To avoid misaction,
there will be a confirmation interface in the LCD to require the user to press OK key
to confirm.
Fig. 4.51
A.
if the main machine being stop mode
Fig. 4.52
Press F1 key to control the main machine to running mode.
Fig. 4.53
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4. 8 Error Message Meanings and Methods in SR-HMI
ERROR 01: Means the ROM components destroyed in HMI internal.
Solution: Return to factory to repair.
ERROR 02: Means SR main machine reading or writing program and not being
able to connect with HMI or the connection breakdown caused by other reasons.
Solution: 1. First check if SR main machine is reading or writing program. If so,
after finishing of the reading or writing of the program it will be OK.
2. If not so, there may be some communication breakdown between SR main
machine and HMI or other modules. Please check the wiring parts.
ERROR 03: Means the HMI displaying program be different to the internal
program in SR main machine. (The internal programs in HMI and SR are not written
at the same time.)
Solution: Connecting HMI and SR, write the SR application program into SR
main machine and HMI again via SUPER CAD.
ERROR 13: Means SR main machine not detect the Voice Module.
Solution: Check if the voice module working well and being connected with the
main machine well. If the voice module not used, the voice module should not be
chosen in the hardware configuration page in SUPER CAD. If the voice module is
chosen, the voice module should be ensure to work properly and being connected
with SR main machine when SR main machine is working.
Fig. 4.54
ERROR 15: Means SR main machine not detect the Remote Control Module.
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Solution: Check if the remote control module working well and being connected
with the main machine well. If the remote control module not used, the remote
control module should not be chosen in the hardware configuration page in SUPER
CAD soft. If the remote control module is chosen, the remote control module should
be ensure to work properly and being connected with SR main machine when SR
main machine is working.
Fig. 4.55
ERROR 19: Means SR main machine not detect the No 1 Extension Module.
ERROR 20: Means SR main machine not detect the No 2 Extension Module.
ERROR 21: Means SR main machine not detect the No 3 Extension Module.
ERROR 22: Means SR main machine not detect the No 4 Extension Module.
ERROR 23: Means SR main machine not detect the No 5 Extension Module.
Solutions for ERROR 19—ERROR 23: Check if each extension module works
well and is connected with the main machine well. If any extension module isn’t used,
the extension module should not be chosen in the hardware configuration page in
SUPER CAD. If the extension module is chosen, the extension module should be
ensure to work properly and be connected with SR main machine when SR main
machine is working.
(Notes: The address of the extension module is decided by the place of
the coding switch at the side of the module.)
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Fig. 4.56
Fig. 4.57
Notes: In SR series, the extension module, the voice module, the remote
control module and the front communication module and so on
modules, should be powered on before the main machine is powered
and at least no later than the main machine being powered. Otherwise
the main machine cannot detect the module when carrying out the
system configuration, thus the system cannot work properly.
The address of the extension module should be set before being
powered on. The address set after being powered on should be
ineffective.
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Chapter V Voice Module
Voice alarm function, telephone control function and dialing automatically function are very important functions of SR. To realize these functions, we should match
SR with the SR-VP voice module. There are two types of voice module blocks: SRVPA (AC Type), SR-VPD (DC Type).
5.1 Structure of Voice Module
Fig. 5.1 Structure of SR-VP Series Voice Module
1. Connection port between voice module and the machine
2. Connection port between voice module and communication cable
3. Audio output port (to be connected with the acoustics)
4. SPK (Speaker broadcasting interface which the voice module self-carrying)
5. Voice module on-line recording audio input port
6. Socket of telephone crystal plug
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7. Indicator of the power and recording of the voice module (It will be green
when the voice module is powered on-power indicator. It will be red when
the voice module begins recording-recording indicator. When recording, users
must wait till the recording indicator is lighted and must stop when it is off.
Otherwise the voice can’t be recorded.)
8. Power input (AC or DC) (100-240VAC), (12-24VDC)
5.2 Connection between Voice Module and SR
SR-VP type voice module can be connected with the SR series machines through
SR-CB. Pay attention that only the machines of the same type can be connected
together. That is to say that SR-VPA, AC type, can only be connected with AC type
machine and that SR-VPD, DC type, can only be connected with DC type machine.
Insert the telephone crystal head into the “TO TEL” socket. Insert one head of the
audio wire into the audio input port of the voice module (5 of Fig. 5.1) and connect
the other head with the audio output of the PC. And connect the voice module and
PC by the SR-CP.
1. Connection between SR-12MRAC and SR-VPA (AC type)
Fig. 5.2 Connection between SR-12MRAC and SR-VPA
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2. Connection between SR-12MRDC and SR-VPD (DC type)
Fig. 5.3 Connection between SR-12MRDC and SR-VPD
Notes:
1. Telephone wire is two-core wire.
2. Insert the telephone crystal head into the “TO TEL” socket.
3. Remote control module can be flying connected with voice module to
perform the wireless control to the voice module.
5.3 Operation Instructions of the Voice Module
1. The first five sections (section 0, section 1, section 2, section 3, section 4) are
for the voice system. Users cannot record the five sections randomly.
2. Section 5 to section 99 of the voice module are the voice sections when users
programming and can be used randomly. However, users must start recording from
section 0 while the functions of section 0 to section 4 are fixed by the system.
Functions from section 0 to section 4 are as shown as follows:
Section 0: When dialing out through the “D_OUT” module, it will broadcast
this section “Please enter No. 0 key and receive the information”. (When
recording, users must record this voice contents “Please enter No. 0 key and
receive the information”)
Section 1: the prompt voice for confirming the user status. It will be broadcasted when SR system number has been dialed. Normal broadcasting can be carried
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out with this section.
Section 2: the prompt voice for the correct password. It will be broadcasted
when the correct password is used. Normal broadcasting can be carried out with this
section.
Section 3: the prompt voice for the wrong password. It will be broadcasted
when the wrong password is used. Normal broadcasting can be carried out with this
section.
Section 4: the prompt voice for dialing to an external telephone. It will be
broadcasted when SR dials an external telephone. Normal broadcasting can be carried
out with this section.
3. Usage of the five special sections
For example: users can use the five message sections as follows:
Step I:
Record section 0 as Please enter No. 0 key and receive the information.
Record section 1 as Please enter the password for confirmation.
Record section 2 as Correct password. Please enter the control code to control.
Record section 3 as Wrong password. Please re-enter.
Record section 4 as Emergency. Please enter the password to control.
Record section 5 as Emergency. Gas leakage.
Step II:
When a user dials external telephone, SR will answer the telephone automatically and broadcast-Please enter the password for confirmation, then the user enter
the SR password.
A. If the entered password is correct, SR will then broadcast-Correct password.
Please enter the control code to control. Then the user can control the equipment
by the use of the telephone.
B.If the entered password is not correct, the SR will broadcast-Wrong password.
Please re-enter. Then the system will repeatedly broadcast-Please enter the
password for confirmation.
Step III:
When SR dials an external telephone number, it will broadcast the pre-set
message such as section 5-Emergency, Gas leakage. Together with section 4Emergency, Please enter the password to control.
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A. When the user enters the correct password, the voice system will broadcast
section 2-Correct password. Please enter the control code to control and then
repeatedly broadcast section 5-Emergency, Gas leakage. At this time the user can
real-time control the equipment by the use of the telephone.
B.When the user enters a wrong password, the voice system will broadcast
section 3-Wrong password. Please re-enter. And then it will broadcast section 4 and
section 5 repeatedly.
Notes:
1. SR dialing an external telephone, if there is no answer or a password is not
entered within 40 seconds of the connection, the SR voice system will stop dialing
and cease to broadcast the voice message. The SR voice system will then redial
automatically every 40 seconds.
2. User must enter a * before entering the password. The broadcasting will then
stop and the user should enter a four-digit password within 9 seconds. If the user
fails to enter the password, the SR voice system will rebroadcast the prompt voice.
The user must then enter * first and then enter the password. If the user needs to
enter the password again, the procedure needs to be repeated. That is to say that
every time user entering the password, he must enter a * first and enter a four-digit
password within 9 seconds after the stop of the voice.
3. When the user has entered the correct password, the voice system will
broadcast section 2-Correct password. Please enter the control code to control
and then the user can do the following operation. If the password is wrong, the voice
system will broadcast section 3-Wrong password. Please re-enter. The user can only
enter the wrong password three times. If the user enters the wrong password for the
four times, SR will hang up the telephone and stop broadcasting. And the system will
then return to the main system. If the alarm status still exists, the voice system will
dial automatically, for alarm purposes, every 40 seconds.
4. When the alarm status exists, SR voice module will broadcast the alarm voice
repeatedly. It can be stopped by the use of the control function within the program.
5. After SR voice module has dialed if the user does not switch-off the alarm
ON/OFF switch via the anti-control function i.e., the status of alarm is not eliminated,
the voice module will dial, for alarm purpose, automatically every 40 seconds.
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While recording, user must delete all the voice once the first time using the voice
module. Otherwise the recorded voice may lose. As to the recorded voice messages,
user may delete or modify randomly the voice message in them. And it has no effect
on the other voice messages. As for the details, it is explained in the voice recording
explanation.
5.4 Examples of Voice Module
Preparations:
1. Well connect the voice module and the related equipments according to the demands.
2. Record message. (The first five messages need to be recorded as the rules and
the othe4r messages can be recorded according to the contents.)
Message 0: Press key #0 and listen to the message.
Message 1: Please enter the password.
Message 2: Correct password.
Message 3: Wrong password. Please re-enter.
Message 4: Run normal. No alarming.
Message 5: The door is not well closed. Please handle emergently.
Message 6: Thief. Please catch. Address: No. 26, He Ping Road.
3. Set the telephone.
Set the voice module connect with the telephone number 1234567.
Set the first telephone No. 3456789.
Set the second telephone No. 8024912.
Set the alarm telephone No. 110.
Example 1
Check if SR system run normal and learn relative information. The user himself
check the system, the password is set. Only the password is correct, the system
information can be learned. So when programming and recording, the password
options need to be selected.
When programming, requirements are as follows:
Correct password.
Set related function block.
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Program is as follows:
Set the function block D-IN
(As the right diagram.)
Fig. 5.4
Fig. 5.5
Actual Demonstration:
Dial the telephone No. 1234567 of the voice module via telephone or mobile.
It will play Message 1 “Please enter the password.”
Enter the preset password via the telephone keys.
A. Correct password.
It will play Message 2 “Correct password.” If IA0 is not triggered, it will play
Message 4 “Run normally. No alarm.” After playing, if user doesn’t hang up the
telephone, it will play Message 4 repeatedly. After Message 4 is played N times, no
matter the user hangs up the call or not, the voice module will hang up the call
automatically and return to the main system and wait for the next operation.
(The value of N can se set by PC software. And the default is 5. 2=<N<=5.)
B. Wrong password.
It will play Message 3 “Wrong password. Please re-enter.” and then Message
1 “Please enter the password.”
Example 2
SR system detects there is something abnormal and prompt the user. Under
this situation, the voice module is needed to set password to avoid the stranger
knowing the prompting contents. If the door is not closed well and the preset
telephone in the voice module is a public telephone, it is obvious that password must
be entered first to know if the door is closed or not. Otherwise stranger will know
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that the door is not closed and something strange will happen.
Program is as follows:
Fig. 5.6
The set diagrams of DOUT function block are as follows:
Fig. 5.7 Set Diagram of B0
Fig. 5.8 Set Diagram of B1
Actual Demonstration:
SR system detects that the door is not well closed. (IA0 connected to the
switch testing the switch of the door.) IA0 is triggered and B0 is activated by IA0.
Then the voice module will dial 3456789 the preset telephone of B0.
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When the user picks up the telephone, he will hear that “Please press Key
#0 and listen to the message.”
When the user presses Key #0, it will play Message 1 “Please enter the password.”
Notes:
When set B0, the password option must be selected. And the voice module will
play Message 1, otherwise the voice module will directly play the selected message
after the pressing of Key #0. In this example, Message 5 is selected.
A. Wrong password.
The voice module will play Message 3 “Wrong password. Please re-enter.”
And then Message 1 “Please enter the password.”
B. Correct password.
The voice module will play Message 2 “Correct password.” and then Message
5 “The door is not well closed. Please handle emergently.” Repeatedly for N times
till the user hang up the telephone or N times are finished. And then the voice module
will hang up the telephone, stop playing messages and return to wait for other
works.
(The value of N can se set by PC software. And the default is 5. (2=<N<=5.)
In this example, when the voice module dials the preset telephone, if the user
doesn’t pick up the telephone, the voice module will ring for times that user has set.
And then it will hang up the telephone. Also the voice module will redial the telephone
for times that user has set. If the user still doesn’t pick up the telephone. The voice
module will dial another telephone number set in B1. The method is the same as
dialing the telephone of B0. If the user picks up the telephone, it will run as Step 1
and Step 2 as above. Otherwise the voice module will return a failure to activate
QA2.
Example 3
If thief happens at home, it will be time to dial 110 to alarm. Under this
situation, it is obvious that it cannot ask the police to enter the password. But if the
telephone is connected, the voice module will play the related message. So when set
DOUT function block, Message 6 must be selected and password option cannot be
selected.
Actual Demonstration:
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If SR system detects the thief, it will dial the alarming telephone “110”
immediately and will play Message 0 “Please press Key #0 and listen the information.
” The police pick up the telephone and press Key #0. The voice module will play
“Thief. Please catch him. Address: No. 26, HePing Road.” And it explains the reason
of alarming and tells the address of alarming. It is good for action.
5.5 Introduction to Voice Software
Recording through the software:
Recording software is to record to the voice module via PC. And playing, saving
the voice message, recording and playing online, password setup and information
printing can all be realized through the software. Using the software to recording to
the voice module, it is needed to record and save the recorded messages in PC through
the software. And then write each voice message into the voice module via the
communication cable. First it is needed to learn how to use the recording software
and then it is possible to correctly record to the voice module.
In the following, we will introduce the recording software in details:
Start Software Super CAD and then click “Option | Sound Record” to enter the
main interface:
Fig. 5.9 PC Recording Main Interface
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Function Explanation:
1. Newly build a voice information file
Select “
”button, the following blank table will be displayed.
File selection button
Set Information
Index Selection
Fig. 5.10 Voice File Selection Dialogue Frame
2. Save File: Select button
and save the selected voice message. Enter the
new file name.
3. Open File: Select button
and select one existed voice file.
4. Print Information List: Select button
.
5. PC Voice Play: Select the playing voice message in
then select button
.
6. Volume Adjust:
PC Volume Adjust
Fig. 5.11 Volume Adjust
7. PC Recording Procedure
Select button
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Adjust the
Recording Volume
Select File
Saving Folder
Set Voice Message
File Name
Fig. 5.12 Recording Dialogue Frame
7.1 Select file saving folder: Select button
and select the saving folder.
7.2 Record voice message file name: Enter the file name on the right of FileName.
7.3 Record: Select
and start recording from MIC. (Notes: Length of
recording is 15 seconds.)
7.4 Select
and start to record this section message.
8. Select online: Select button
and connect PC and voice module,
SR machine. If being successful, the following prompting dialogue frame will be
displayed. At the same time the green indicator (Online) will flash without stopping.
(Notes: Voice module must be connected well with SR machine and the power.)
Fig. 5.13 Successful Connection between PC, Voice Module and Machine
Dialogue Frame
Notes:
The following functions can only be displayed and operated only after
successful connection to
.
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9. Memory Indicator:
indicates the occupied
memory of the voice message of the voice module.
10. Voice Message Selection: Select broadcasting or writing voice message via
.
11. Play: Click button
and start broadcast the voice module message.
12. PC downloads the voice to the voice module: Select button
and
write the selected message into the voice module.
If the relative voice file of the selected section doesn’t exist, this function
button is forbidden to use. It must select the voice file first. The length of the voice
file is 1-15 seconds, otherwise it is regarded invalid.
13. Set users’ password’: First enter the password (being 4 digit) and then
click button
.
14. Set audio tone: Select button
. It will display audio tone set dialogue
frame as the following.
Fig. 5.14 Voice Tone Setup Dialogue Frame
System parameter set includes: Volume, Audio Tone & Speaker Type. After
setting the specification values, if needed, select “Download” selection frame to
download.
15. Clean out all voice message: To select button
sections in the voice module.
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16. Delete voice section: Select the deleting section and then select button
to delete.
17. State Indicator: Indicate the current state
5.6 Downloading voice section to voice module
After learning the recording software, it may record to the voice module via this
software. In the following, we will introduce how to record series of voice sections
into the voice module in details. Before recording, equip your PC with voice card and
a microphone, otherwise the recording can’t be carried out. Connect the accessories
as the following diagram:
Fig. 5.16
Fig. 5.17
Fig. 5.18
Fig. 5.16: Free audio wire accessory, to connect the voice audio input and PC
audio output.
Fig. 5.17: SR-CB, to connect the machine and the voice module and so on.
Fig. 5.18: SR-CP Cable, the private connecting wire with PC series port.
Recording Operation Procedures:
1. Connecting voice module and SR machine rightly using the SR-CB, and
connecting the SR and your PC COM using the SR-CP, and connecting voice module
and audio output of your PC voice card using audio wire as the following diagram:
Fig. 5.19
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2. Confirm no failure of the connection and then power on. (Notes: the same
power supply type of machines can be connected together.)
3. Start Super CAD software and newly build a file and select the corresponding hardware configuration.
Fig.5.20
4. Select the “com/configuration” open relative series ports
Fig.5.21
5. Select the “Option | Sound Record” , Shows recording main surface
Operation
prompt item
Fig.5.22
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6. Click button “
“OK to connect MUL”
”, and waiting the Operation prompt item prompt
Go online
OK to connect MUL
Fig.5.23
7. Select the relative voice message, Click button “
” voice file selection
dialogue frame and open the voice message files that needed to write in, as shown in
the following diagram:
I Section Message
8. Select the voice section
0 Section Message
Fig.5.24
that needs to be written in and then click
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button
, will appear the Fig.5.26 and Fig.5.27 ,select the “Yes”, as shown in
the following diagram:
Click the button
Finished to transfer
sound data Meg 0!
Fig.5.25
Fig.5.26
Fig.5.27
And waiting the Operation prompt item prompt “Finished to transfer sound
data Meg 0!”
Then this voice message will be written into the voice module.
9. Setting parameter: click button “
”, as shown in the following diagram:
Setting parameter
Fig.5.28
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Fig.5.29
9.1 parameter set includes: Volume, Audio Tone & Speaker Type.
9.2 After setting the specification values, if needed, select “
”.
9.3 click button “OK”, and waiting the Operation prompt item prompt “Download OK”
Setting parameter is ok
Fig.5.30
10. Transfer password: input the four digits “
“
”, then click button
”, and waiting the Operation prompt item prompt “OK to setting
password”
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Setting password
OK to setting password
Fig.5.31
Fig.5.32
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6.1 Remote control function
The remote control function is to use a wireless transmitter and a receiver to
control the ON/OFF status of outputs of SR. There are 6 remote control points on
the transmitter: Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6.The remote control distance
can reach 100 m. And this is a very outstanding feature of SR.
6.1.1 Structure of receiver and transmitter
The remote control system needs to use together with the SR main machine. It
can be divided into receiver part and transmitter part.
Their structure is as following:
Fig6.1 Remote control system
1. The interface to SR or Voice module.
2. The communication port to connect receiver to Computer or next extension module.
3. The antenna of receiver
4. The power terminals of receiver (AC100-240V or DC12-24V).
5. Power indicator
6. SR-TC transmitter.
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6.1.2 The connection method between receiver module and SR or Voice module.
There are 2 types of receiver module, SR-RCA (AC type) and SR-RCD (DC
type), the receiver can be connected to the same type (AC or DC type) of SR and
voice module to perform the wireless remote control of the I/O for SR and voice
module.
1. The connecting diagram of SR-RCA and SR-12MRAC, SR-VPA The AC
type receiver and AC type SR, AC type voice module can be used together. SR-RCA
can work with SR-12MRAC, SR-22MRAC or SR-VPA, and at the same time, the
system can be extended to connect SR-20ERA.
Fig6.2 SR-RCA connected to SR-12MRAC and SR-VPA
2. SR-RCD connected to SR-12MRDC and SR-VPD The DC type receiver
and DC type SR, DC type voice module can be used together, SR-RCD can work
with SR-12MRDC, SR-12MTDC, SR-22MRDC, SR-22MTDC or SR-VPD, and at
the same time, the system can extended to connect SR-20ERD.
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Fig6.3 SR-RCD connected to SR-12MRDC and SR-VPD
3. SR-RCD connected to SR-12MTDC and SR-VPD
Fig6.4-1 SR-RCD connected to SR-12MTDC and SR-VPD
4. SR-RCD connected to SR-12MGDC and SR-VPD
Fig6.4-2 SR-RCD connected to SR-12MGDC and SR-VPD
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Note:
1. Only the same type (AC or DC) can be used together.
2. One SR main machine can extend to connect 5 extension module.(Same
AC or DC type).
3. The transmitter can control the I/O of the SR or Extension module.
4. User must edit the Remote control instruction in control program, such
as in Fig.6.5
Select remote
module
Fig. 6.5 Hardware Configuration
6.2 Extension module
Extension module can be connected to the same type of SR main machine to
extend the I/O. Each extension module has 12I/8O. One SR can be connected to 5
extension module one by one. Such as that SR-22 can be connected to 5 SR-20 to
reach 74I/48O. This powerful extension function brings you much easier to do the
control system, and also lower you cost very greatly. The I/O of extension module is
divided as:
Inputs of No.01 extension module are IC0~IC7, ID0~ID3,
Inputs of No.02 extension module are IE0~IE7, IF0~IF3,
Inputs of No.03 extension module are IG0~IG7, IH0~IH3,
Inputs of No.04 extension module are II0~II7, IJ0~IJ3
Inputs of No.05 extension module are IK0~IK7, IL0~IL3.
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Outputs of No.01 extension module are QC0~QC7
Outputs of No.02 extension module are QE0~QE7
Outputs of No.03 extension module are QG0~QG7
Outputs of No.04 extension module are QI0~QI7
Outputs of No.05 extension module are QK0~QK7
6.2.1 The structure of the extension module
Fig6.6 Extension module structure
1. Power supply terminals (AC100-240V or DC12-24V£©
2. Input terminals
3. Communication port to extension module , voice module or receiver module
4. Output terminals
5. Communication port to SR main machine
6. Power indicator light
6.2.2 Extension module address setup
SR series product can be connected to 5 extension module at the most. You need
to give each extension module an address. So we defined their address as 1~5. The
system will work correctly only after setting the correct address. The address setting
is as in Fig.6.6. EXT1~EXT5 are the No.1 to No.5 extension modules.
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Fig. 6.7 Addresses List of Extension Module
6.2.3 The types and connection of extension module
1. SR-20ERA (AC power and relay outputs) can be connected to SR-12MRAC
or SR-22MRAC
The connection diagram of SR-20ERA and SR-12MRAC:
Fig6.8 SR-20ERA connected to SR-12MRAC
Danger
1. Current safety regulations do not permit the connection of different
type to the input.
2. Power and input must be the same type
3. Do not touch the input and output points and power input points at SR working.
4. Don’t touch or take down the link bridge SR-CB at SR working.
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2. SR-20ERD (DC power and relay outputs) can be connected to SR-12MRDC
or SR-22MRDC.
The connection diagram of SR-20ERD and SR-12MRDC:
Fig6.9 SR-20ERD connected to SR-12MRDC
3. SR-20ETD (DC power and transistor outputs) can be connected to SR12MTDC or SR-22MTDC.
The connection diagram of SR-20ETD and SR-12MTDC:
Fig 6.10-1 SR-20ETD connected to SR-12MTDC
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4. SR-20EGD (DC power and transistor outputs) can work connected to SR12MGDC or SR-22MGDC.
The connection diagram of SR-20EGD and SR-12MGDC:
Fig 6.10-2 SR-20EGD connected to SR-12MGDC
Note:
1. The extension module can be only connected to the same type of SR
main machine. It means that the AC type should work together with
AC type SR main machine, and DC type should work together with
DC type, and transistor type should work together with transistor type.
2. One SR main machine can be connected to 5 same type extension
module at the most.
3. The address of each extension module should be different to one anothers.
Must be in the range of 1-5.
4. The address setup of the extension module must be before powering
on. Modification after powering off will be ineffective.
5. To use the extension module after connecting them to the main machine,
we must choose the relative extension module at the beginning of edit
the control program, or we can not program them. See the following fig.
6. More extension modules connected, slower the system runs.
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Ext module1~5
Fig. 6.11
6.3 SR series products and optional parts
Fig. 6.12 SR-12 Series PLC
Fig. 6.13 SR-VPA/VPD Voice/Telephone
Fig. 6.14 SR-22 Series PLC
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Fig. 6.15 SR-CP
Fig. 6.16 SR-CB
SR-ECB UES
Fig. 6.17 SR-ECB
SR-EHC UES
Fig. 6.18 SR-EHC
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Fig. 6.19 SR-RCA/RCD Remote Controller Module
Fig. 6.20 SR-TC Module
Fig. 6.21 SR-20E Series Extend Module
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7.1 SR-12MRAC/SR-22MRAC technical parameters
Type
SR-12MRAC
SR-22MRAC
100~240VAC
100~240VAC
80 Hours
80 Hours
Max ±5s/day
Max ±5s/day
Parameter
Power:
Power voltage
25 clock keeping time
Real time accuracy
Digital input:
Input points
8 (A0~A5, B4~B5)
14 (A0~A7, B0~B5)
Input voltage
0~240VAC
0~240VAC
Input signal 0
0~40VAC
0~40VAC
Input signal 1
85~240VAC
85~240VAC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
50ms
4 (QA0~QA3)
8 (QA0~QA7)
Relay output:
Output points
Output type
Output voltage
Output current
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Relay output
Relay output
0~240VAC
0~240VAC
0~24VDC
0~24VDC
Resistor load: 10A
Resistor load: 10A
Inductive load: 2A
Inductive load: 2A
Response time from 1to 0
8ms
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
10ms
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Light Load
1000W(230/240VAC)
1000W(230/240VAC)
500W(115/120VAC)
500W(115/120VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube with
conventional compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube without
compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Power protection B16
Power protection B16
600A
600A
Power protection B16
Power protection B16
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
Fluorescence Light with electronics
controlling equipments
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
Short circuit
protection cos1
Short circuit
protection cos0.5~0.7
Output relay protection
600A
600A
B16
B16
Max 20A
Max 20A
10Hz
10Hz
ON/OFF frequency:
Mechanical frequency
Resistor load/light load
Inductive load
2Hz
2Hz
0.5Hz
0.5Hz
7.2 SR-12MRDC/SR-22MRDC technical parameters
Type
SR-12MRDC
SR-22MRDC
12~24VDC
12~24VDC
80 Hours
80 Hours
Max ±5s/day
Max ±5s/day
Parameter
Power:
Power voltage
Clock remain time at 25
Real time clock accuracy
Inputs:
Input points
8 (A0~A5, B4~B5)
14 (A0~A7, B0~B5)
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Digital inputs
Analogue inputs
Input voltage range
6 (A0~A5)
12 (A0~A7, B0~B3)
6 (A0~A5)
8 (A0~A7)
0~24VDC (digital inputs) 0~24VDC (digital inputs)
0~10VDC (analogue inputs) 0~10VDC (analogue inputs)
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
50ms
Output points
4(QA0~QA3)
8(QA0~QA7)
Output type
Relay Output
Relay Output
0~240VAC
0~240VAC
0~24VDC
0~24VDC
Relay output
Output voltage
Output current
Resistor load 10A
Resistor load 10A
Inductive load 2A
Inductive load 2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
10ms
10ms
Light Load
1000W(230/240VAC)
1000W(230/240VAC)
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
500W(115/120VAC)
500W(115/120VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube with
conventional compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube without
compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Power protection B16
Power protection B16
600A
600A
Power protection B16
Power protection B16
600A
600A
Fluorescence Light with
electronics controlling equipments
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
Short circuit
protection cos1
Short circuit
protection cos0.5~0.7
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B16
B16
Max 20A
Max 20A
Mechanical frequency
10Hz
10Hz
Resistor load/light load
2Hz
2Hz
Inductive load
0.5Hz
0.5Hz
Relay output protection
ON/OFF frequency:
7.3 SR-12MTDC/SR-22MTDC technical parameters
Type
SR-12MTDC
SR-22MTDC
12~24VDC
12~24VDC
80 Hours
80 Hours
Max ±5s/day
Max ±5s/day
Parameter
Power:
Power voltage range
Clock remain time at 25
Real time clock accuracy
Inputs:
Input points
8 (A0~A5, B4~B5)
14 (A0~A7, B0~B5)
Digital inputs
6 (A0~A5)
12 (A0~A7, B0~B3)
Analog inputs
6 (A0~A5)
8 (A0~A7)
0~24VDC (digital)
0~24VDC (digital)
0~10VDC (analog)
0~10VDC (analog)
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
50ms
4(QA0~QA3)
8(QA0~QA7)
Input voltage range
Transistor outputs:
Output points
Output types
Output voltage
NPN TypeTransistor output NPN TypeTransistor output
0~24VDC
0~24VDC
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Output current
2A
2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
8ms
8ms
7.4 SR-12MGDC/SR-22MGDC technical parameters
Type
SR-12MGDC
SR-22MGDC
Power voltage range
12~24VDC
12~24VDC
Clock remain time at 25
80 Hours
80 Hours
Max ±5s/day
Max ±5s/day
8 (A0~A5, B4~B5)
14 (A0~A7, B0~B5)
Digital inputs
6 (A0~A5)
12 (A0~A7, B0~B3)
Analog inputs
6 (A0~A5)
8 (A0~A7)
0~24VDC (digital)
0~24VDC (digital)
0~10VDC (analog)
0~10VDC (analog)
Parameter
Power:
Real time clock accuracy
Inputs:
Input points
Input voltage range
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
50ms
4(QA0~QA3)
8(QA0~QA7)
Transistor outputs:
Output points
Output types
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Output voltage
0~24VDC
0~24VDC
Output current
2A
2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
8ms
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7.5 SR-20ERA/SR-20ERD/SR-20ETD/SR-20EGD technical parameter
1. SR-20ERA technical parameter
Type
Parameter
SR-20ERA
Power
Power voltage range
100~240VAC
Inputs:
Input points
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
General digital inputs
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
Input voltage range
0~240VAC
Input signal 0
0~40VAC
Input signal 1
85~240VAC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
Relay outputs:
Output points
8(QX0~QX7)
Output type
Relay outputs
Output voltage
0~240VAC / 0~24VDC
Output current
Resistor load: 10A / Inductive load: 2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
10ms
Light Load
1000W (230/240VAC)
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
500W (115/120VAC)
Fluorescence Light with
electronics controlling equipments
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
Fluorescence Tube with
conventional compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
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compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Short circuit protection cos1
Power protection B16 / 600A
Short circuit protection cos0.5~0.7
Power protection B16 / 600A
Output relay protection
B16 / Max 20A
ON/OFF frequency:
Mechanical frequency
10Hz
Resistor load/ light load
2Hz
Inductive load
0.5Hz
2. SR-20ERD technical parameter
Type
Parameter
SR-20ERD
Power:
Power voltage range
12~24VDC
Inputs:
Input points
Digital inputs
Input voltage range
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
0~24VDC (Digital inputs)
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
Relay outputs:
Output points
Output type
Relay Output
Output voltage
0~240VAC / 0~24VDC
Output current
Resistor load: 10A / Inductive load: 2A
Response time from 1 to 0
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Light Load
10ms
1000W(230/240VAC)
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
Fluorescence Light with
electronics controlling equipments
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
500W(115/120VAC)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube with
conventional compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
1x58W(230/240VAC)
Fluorescence Tube without
compensation
(25,000 Switch Cycle)
10x58W(230/240VAC)
Short circuit protection cos1
Power ProtectionB16 / 600A
Short circuit protection cos0.5~0.7
Power ProtectionB16 / 600A
Output relay protection
B16 / Max 20A
ON/OFF frequency:
Mechanical frequency
Resistor load/light load
Inductive load
10Hz
2Hz
0.5Hz
3. SR-20ETD technical parameter
Type
Parameter
SR-20ETD
Power
Power voltage range
12~24VDC
Inputs:
Input points
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
Digital inputs points
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
Input voltage range
0~24VDC
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
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Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
Transistor output :
Output points
8(QX0~QX7)
Output type
NPN Type Transistor output
Output voltage
0~24VDC
Output current
2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
8ms
4. SR-20EGD technical parameter
Type
Parameter
SR-20ETD
Power
Power voltage range
12~24VDC
Inputs:
Input points
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
Digital inputs points
12 (IX0~IX7, IY0~IY3)
Input voltage range
0~24VDC
Input signal 0
0~5VDC
Input signal 1
10~24VDC
Delay time from 1 to 0
50ms
Delay time from 0 to 1
50ms
Transistor output :
Output points
Output type
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PNP Type Transistor output
Output voltage
0~24VDC
Output current
2A
Response time from 1 to 0
8ms
Response time from 0 to 1
8ms
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7.6 Voice module technical parameter
Parameter
Conform standard
Receive signal automatically
CCITT-DTMF
Sent signal automatically
CCITT-DTMF
Record message Total 100 messages, the max length
of each message is 15 seconds, and the total message
length is 8 minutes
Record message
7.7 Remote module
7.7.1 Remote receiver technical parameter
Items
Parameter
Power cost
Work frequency
1.5W
VHF (310MHz~340MHz) UHF (415MHz~460MHz)
70 meters
Control distance
7.7.2 Remote transmitter technical parameter
Items
Parameter
Power cost
Work frequency
1.5W
VHF (310MHz~340MHz) UHF (415MHz~460MHz)
Work voltage
DC 3V
transmitter power
3dbm
7.8 SR series general technical parameter
Items
Standard
Conditions
Weather environment:
Environment temperature
Cold: IEC-68-2-1
Hot: IEC-202
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Horizon installation
0~55
Vertical installation
0~55
Store/transportation
Relative humidity
-40
IEC68-2-30
Air pressure
Pollution
to +70
From 5% to 95% without condensation
From 795 to 1080Kpa
IEC68-2-42
SO2 10cm3/m3,4 days
IEC-68-2-43
H2S1CM2/m3,4 days
Mechanical conditions:
Protection type
54
IP20
Vibration
IEC68-2-6
From 10 to 57Hz (constant
vibration length at 0.15mm)
From 57 to 150Hz (constant
acceleration speed 2g)
Brunt
IEC68-2-27
18 times (half sine 15g/11ms)
Fall
IEC68-2-31
Falling high 50mm
Free falling down (with package)
IEC68-2-32
1m
EMC:
Static electricity discharge
Electromagnetic field
Anti-interference
Surge Pulse
Level 3
8KV air discharge, 6KVcontact discharge
IEC801-3
Field density 10V/M
EN55011
Limit class B 1
IEC801-4
2KV (power line)
Level 3
2KV (signal line)
IEC1131
Reach requirement
IEC/VDE safety
Insulation density
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Chapter VIII Applications
SR has a very wide application range. In order to let the user consider the wide
application potential for SR and the convenience brought about by its use, we will
show some common and representative control schemes herein. After the user has
read these application examples it will be clear how simple it is to use SR to establish
automatic control requirements, especially in a system requiring time control and in
the automatic control of intelligent living quarters, etc.
8.1 Multifunction switch of the illumination in stairs, halls etc
Requirement:
1. When the light switch has been pressed, the illumination will be connected
and then be cut off automatically after the set time of 3 minutes.
2. Lights glimmer for 5 seconds before being switched off.
3. When the switch is pressed again, the illumination will be on as usual.
4. When the switch is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the illumination will be
on as usual.
5. The illumination will be automatically connected every day at PM6:30 and
be cut off every day at AM6:30.
The Function Block Program Diagram 3 seconds is as follows:
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8.2 Automatic gate control requirements
Requirements:
1. Opening and closing of the gate shall be controlled by the guard in the control room.
2. Normally the gate shall be opened or closed completely, but the opening and
closing action can be interrupted at any time.
3. The alarm lamp shall begin to flash when the gate acts and shall keep flashing
as long as the gate continues to move.
4. A pressure damper shall be provided so that the gate can be automatically
opened when it touches a person or an article.
The Function Block Program Diagram is as follows:
Note:
IA0 shall be connected to gate-open switch;
IA1 to the stop switch;
IA2 to the safety pressure damper.
IA3 to the gate-close limit switch;
QA0 to the flashing lamp;
QA1 to the gate-open motor contactor;
QA2 to the gate-close motor contactor;
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8.3 Ventilation system
Requirements:
The ventilation system shall be able to send fresh air into the room and to
exhaust the waste gas out of the room;
1. Waste gas exhaust unit and fresh air forced-draft unit shall be installed in the room.
2. The ventilation system shall be controlled by the control monitor.
3. No over atmospheric pressure is allowed in the room at any time.
4. The fresh air forced-draft unit can not be put into service until the flow
monitor indicates that the waste gas exhaust unit is in normal operation.
5. In case of any fault in the ventilation system, the alarm lamp shall be on.
The Function Block Program Diagram is as follows:
Note:
IA0 shall be connected to the activate exhaust switch;
IA1 to the stop exhaust switch;
IA2 to the waste gas flow monitor;
IA3 to the fresh air flow monitor.
QA0 to the contactor of waste gas exhaust unit;
QA1 to the contactor of the fresh air forced-draft unit;
QA2 to the alarm lamp;
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8.4 Illumination system for display windows
Control requirements:
1. Basic lighting for the display period:
a) Time:
Monday to Friday 8:00~22:00;
On Saturday 8:00~24:00;
On Sunday 9:00~20:00;
b) Automatic off: the basic lighting can be automatically turned off whilst
maintaining minimum illumination and display lighting.
2. Additional requirements for night lighting:
a) Time:
Monday to Friday light sensitive switch is triggered at 22:00;
On Saturday light sensitive switch is triggered at 24:00;
On Sunday light sensitive switch is triggered at 20:00;
b) Light sensitive switch triggering/ automatic off: can automatically turn off
the minimum illumination and the display lamps when it is on and can also
automatically turn on the minimum illumination and display lighting when it is off.
3. Minimum illumination and display lighting in non-display period:
a) The minimum illumination and the display lighting shall be maintained and
shall be automatically turned on when the shopping period ends and the
basic lighting and night lighting are turned off.
4. Test switch:
All lamp groups can be tested when the test switch is pressed.
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Note:
IA 0to the test switch;
IA1 shall be connected to the light sensitive switch;
QA0 to the basic lighting in display period;
QA1 to the night additional lighting within display period;
QA2 to the minimum illumination maintaining during non-display period;
QA3 to the projection light for special commodities in non-display period.
8.5 Auto water-supply system of the Water Tower
Requirement:
1. The pressure signal (P1) is entered. If P1<7V, the 1# pump will be started.
2. If P1<3V, the 2# pump will be started.
3. If P1<1V, it will wait for 5 seconds. After that if it is still <1V, the voice
alarming function will be started.
Here we adopt the SR-12MRDC and SR-VPD to perform the function.
The wiring diagram:
Control Program:
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2. Explanation:
a. SR-12MRDC controls the pressure sensor P1 that entering the pressure
signal. If P1<7V, the 1# Pump will be started; if P1<3V, the 2# Pump will be
started; if P1<1V, it will wait for 5 seconds and if the condition is still the
same, the voice alarming function will be started.
b. SA is the Hand/Auto switch. IA1 are separately connected.
c. If SA is Handle, SR-12MRDC has two function keys: AF1, which controls
the 1# pump, and AF2, which controls the 2# pump.
d. If SA is Auto, SR-12MRDC has three analog comparisons B0, B1, B6.
The parameters setup is as the following:
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B1 Setup
B6 Setup
e. B0 controls the #1 pump; B1 controls the #2 pump and B6 controls the voice
alarming function.
f. Editing HMI. In this example, there are 7 HMIs. The explanation is as the following:
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When properly installed, it will work in accordance with its’ specifications.
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This product is warranted against defects in material and manufacturing for a
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Chapter X SR-WRT Panel Operation and Functions
There are two methods of programming for SR. One is to complete editing of
the function diagram directly on the operation SR-WRT panel using the keys, while
the other is to do the same on the computer using the programming software
SuperRelayLogic. The latter procedure is recommended for more complex control
schemes. Programming for SR can be completed with either of the two methods. This
Chapter will describe in detail how to use the operation SR-WRT panel to edit the
Function Block Diagram Program and the programming method using SuperRelayLogic
will be covered in detail in the second part of this manual.
There are two kinds SR-WRT panel. One kind is the displaying panel, which is
used to display the value of the time, output and input state, counter, timer, analog
and so on data. The displaying panel is only being used to display the data and
cannot be used to program. The other is the programming panel, which can display
the data, as well as carry out the programming. This chapter will cover how to
program by the programming panel.
10.1 The Structure of SR-WRT
SR-HMI is convenient for the user to program, test, modify the program, setup
the time parameter, mark the value of the analog A and B and so on operation on SR.
SR operating panel is as shown in the following diagram. It is an easy humanmachine interface. The Programming is carried out through the six keys on the panel
as shown in the following diagram.
Up and Down Moving Key
Turing back to up step key
Confirm the selection key
Left and Right Moving Key
Fig. 10.1 Structure Diagram of SR-WRT
There are eight keys: +, -, ESC, OK, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT and a SR-WRT
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of 4*10 on the programming SR-WRT panel.
+, - keys are mainly for the modification of the number, character and function
of the cursor position.
ESC key is used to back to the up grade interface.
OK key is used for confirmation the function, selection of the module and the
modification of the cursor type during the programming..
UP and Down keys is to select the position of the cursor during the selection of
functions and modules and programming.
LEFT and RIGHT keys is to check the input and output state of each submodule of the SR machine and the selection of the cursor position in situation of
programming and parameter modification in the main interface.
SR-EHC is the other kind of SR-WRT, which is mainly used for remote program.
The SR-WRT is separate from the machine and can remote program to the SR. And the
SR-WRT can be equipped to your equipment to operate to the SR machine internal
equipment. The entity diagram of the SR-EHC is as shown in the following diagram:
SR-EHC UES
Fig. 10.1-A Using Diagram of SR-EHC
10.2 Displaying Interface and Functions of SR-WRT
To display the input state, I: Input, A: Sub-module No., 0, 2: the relative points having inputs,
*: the relative points not-having inputs.
To display the current system time.
To display the output state, A: sub-module No.,
2: the relative points having outputs, *: the
relative points not-having outputs.
Fig. 10.2 SR-WRT Main Interface
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In this main interface, the input and output state of each module can be observed.
For the SR-WRT reason, the two sub-module numbers represent the input of a submodule (IA, IB represent the input of the No. 1 sub-module, IC, ID represent the
input of the No. 2 sub-module, and the followings are as the same.) For example: as
for a system which having 7 sub-modules, if we want to know the state of the tenth
input point of the fourth sub-module, move the cursor to IH by using LEFT and
RIGHT key and then check IH1 is 1 or *. (For IG, IH represent the fourth submodule, IG0-IG7 represent the first to eighth point of the fourth sub-module and
IH0-IH3 represent the ninth to thirteenth point of the fourth sub-module.) If it is 1,
which means there being input in the tenth input point of the fourth sub-module,
otherwise there is no input.
Press and hold OK and ESC simultaneously for two seconds in the main
interface, it will enter the following interface:
Version No. of the software
Version No. of the SR Machine
Position to enter the password
Fig. 10.3 Password Entering Interface
In this sub-interface, it is required to enter the four-digit password. Entering the
password, change the number of the cursor by +, - keys and change the position of
the cursor by LEFT and RIGHT keys. After entering the passwords, press OK key.
If the password is correct, it will enter the interface as shown in Fig. 10.4, otherwise
it will return to the main interface.
10.3 SR-WRT Function Interface
Cursor, to direct the current selected function
Program Function (Edit and modification of the program)
Setup the password, date and time
Mark the values of the analog A and B
Fig. 10.4 Editing Interface
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In this interface, select the desired function by changing the cursor position via
UP and DOWN keys and press OK to enter the relative interface and press ESC to
enter the main interface.
10.4 SR-WRT Programming Operation
In the interface shown in Fig. 10.4, move “>” to the front of the Program and
press OK key to enter the Programming Interface as shown in Fig. 10.5.
Cursor, to direct the current selected function
New program interface function, to start a new
program
Modifying program interface function, to
modify the existed program
Program name modification and the reading
program from SR-WRT to SR machine
Fig. 10.5 Programming Interface
In this interface, change the cursor interface by UP and DOWN keys and select
the desired function. Press OK to enter the relative interface or enter ESC to return
to Fig. 10.4.
10.4.1 New Prg Operation
In Fig. 10.5, move “>” to the front of New Prg and press OK key, and it will
enter the following interface.
Prompting character to enter the file name
Cursor, to prompt the position to enter the
file name
Fig. 10.6 File Name Entering Interface
While building a new file, a file name no longer than 10 character can be entered
in this interface for the user to perform the use of the files in the Programmer (If file
name can not be input, then the file name will be empty).
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When entering the file name, change the character of the cursor position by + and
- keys and change the cursor position by LEFT and RIGHT keys. Press ESC to give up
the entering and turn back to the interface of Fig. 10.5. Press OK to confirm the entering
and enter the interface of Fig, 10.7 of the function block selection interface.
Cursor
Mark of Function Block Selection interface
Function Block Name
Function Block Name
Function Block Name
Fig. 10.7 Function Block Selection Interface
In the function selection interface, there are 27 function blocks for the users to
select. For the convenience of program, it uses the cycle menu method to select the
function blocks. That is to say that when the “>” is before“1 AND”, press UP key
to move the “>” before“27 TCCP”, and when the “>” is before“27 TCCP”, press
DOWN key to move the “>” before“1 AND”. The selection of other function blocks
can be carried out by using UP and DOWN keys according to the position of the
cursor and the desired function block situation. For example, in the situation as in
Fig. 10.7, if you want to select the fifth function, press DOWN key and press
DOWN key continuously till the “>” appears the last row of SR-WRT. And at this
time, the menu will move upward. When “5 XOR” is back the “>”, press OK and it
will be OK. In the same methods, in the situation as in Fig. 10.7, if we want to select
the “25D_IN” choice, press UP key continuously and move the menu downward.
When the “25 D_IN’ appears back of the “>”, press OK and it will be OK.
Select the desired function block and press OK, it will appear the interface as in Fig. 10.8.
Mark of Function Block Selection
Selected Function Block
Confirm or not
Fig. 10.8 Function Block Selection Confirmation Interface
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In Fig. 10.7, if the selected function block is the desired one, move the “>”
before “YES” and press “OK” to confirm, otherwise re-select the function block.
After the finish of the function block selection, it will enter the programming. (Consult
the next chapter for details.)
10.5 Edit Prg Operation
In Fig. 10.5 the Programming Interface, move the “>” before “Edit FB” and
press “OK” key to enter this function block interface as shown in Fig. 10.9. This
function is used to modify an existing program, which may be edited in the SR-WRT
and may be read from the SR.
Function block to edit an existed program in the SR-WRT
Function block to delete an existed program in the SR-WRT
Insert a function block into an existed program in the SR-WRT
Fig. 10.9 Edit Prg Interface
10.5.1 Edit FB Operation
In Fig. 10.9, move the “>” before “Edit FB” and press OK key to enter the
function block editing interface as shown in Fig. 10.10, whose function is to modify
the input, output and parameter of the function block.
Function Block Selection Prompt
Prompt the user to press OK key to enter the edit
of the desired function block
Prompt the user to press ESC key to give up the
choice to turn back the interface of Fig. 4.8
Serial No of the desired function block, “-” presents the cursor, whose position can be selected
by the LEFT and RIGHT keys and the number of
which can be changed by + and – keys. B00-B99
present Function Block 0-99, C00-C-99 present
Function Block 100-199 and D00-D54 present
Function Block 200-254. While selecting, SRWRT will automatically limit the maximum to
make the user ‘s selected function block in the
program.
Fig. 10.10 Edit FB Selection Interface
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For example, we want to modify the 101st function block in the program, move
the cursor under the “B” first and change the “B” into the “C” by using +. Then move
the cursor to the last “0” and change it into “1” by using + and press OK. Thus the
101st function block in the program will be invoked into the interface to be modified.
If giving up the selection, press “ESC” to return to the Fig. 10.9.
10.5.2 Delete FB Operation
In Fig. 10.9, move “>” before the “Delete FB” and press OK to enter into the
Function Block Deleting Interface as shown in Fig. 10.11, whose function is to delete
the function block existed in the SR-WRT. The explanation to each line is shown in
Fig. 10.10.
Fig. 10.11 FB Deleting Selection Interface
The operation is the same as that of the “Edit FB”. When select a function
block to delete, the system will appear some prompting information. If we want to
delete the 78th function block in the program, change B00 into B78 by the operation
introducing in “Edit FB” and press “OK”. The SR-WRT will appear the interface as
shown in Fig. 10.12. In Fig. 10.12, if the prompting function block in the diagram is
the one to be deleted, move the “>” before the “YES” by using UP and DOWN keys,
then press OK and wait for the finish of the deletion. By pressing “ESC” or moving
“>” before “NO” and pressing “YES”, it will return to the interface shown in Fig. 10.
11. If the function block is not the one desired to be deleted, move “>” before “NO”
by using UP and DOWN keys and press “OK” to return to the interface shown in
Fig. 10.11.
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FB Deleting Prompt, “XXX” presents the serial
No. of the FB to be deleted.
If “XXX” is not the being deleted FB, move the
“>” before “NO” and press OK.
If “XXX” is the being deleted FB, move the “>”
before “YES” and press OK.
Fig. 10.12 FB Deleting Interface
10.5.3 Insert FB Operation
In Fig. 10.9, move “>” before “Insert FB” and press “OK” to enter the function
block inserting interface as shown in Fig. 10.13, whose function block is to insert one
or more function block into the saved program by SR-WRT in the selected serial No.
position.
Function block selecting prompt
Prompt the user to select the function block
and press OK key to enter inserting function
Prompt the user to press ESC key to return to
the interface of Fig. 4.9
To select the inserting position, “_” presents
the cursor. Operation is as the description of
Fig. 4.10.
Fig. 10.13 Function Block Inserting Interface
After selecting the inserting position, press OK key to enter the interface as
shown in Fig. 10.7. The next operation is the same as the programming. For details
please refer to the chapter of programming. It may continuously insert several continuous function block in one position without the need to returning to Fig. 10.13. If
it is needed to insert function blocks in several positions, it must return to Fig. 10.13
to select the inserting positions.
If we want to insert two function blocks: OR and NOT in the position of B34
and insert a function block AND in the position of B40, first in Fig. 10.13 change B00
into B34 and press OK key to enter Fig. 10.7. Then select function block OR to edit.
After editing, return to Fig. 10.7 and select the function block NOT to edit. After
editing, return to Fig. 10.13 and change B00 into B42 (for that two function blocks
have been inserted into B34 and the B40 has changed into B42.). Press OK key and
enter into Fig. 10.7. Then select function block AND to edit. After editing, return to
this interface. After inserting, press ESC to return to Fig. 10.9.
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10.6 File
In Fig. 10.5, move “>” before File and press OK to enter Fig. 10.14 the file
interface. In this interface, it can perform two functions: one is to rename the file in
SR-WRT and the other is to read the SR. For details, please consult the following
diagram.
Rename — To rename the files in SR-WRT
Copy — To read the SR
Fig. 10.14 File Interface
10.6.1 Rename
In Fig. 10.14, move “>” before Rename and press OK to enter the rename
interface. This function is to modify the file names saved in SR-WRT. The interface
is as the following.
Enter file — Prompt to enter the file name
Name — Original file name
XXXXXXXXXX — File Name
Fig. 10.15 Rename Interface
In Fig. 10.15, “XXXXXXXXXX” is the original file name and the “_” under
the first “X” is the cursor, whose position can be changed and selected by LEFT and
RIGHT keys. After the selection of the “_” position, change the character on the
position of “_” by the +, - keys and it will be OK. After the finish of the modification,
press OK key to confirm this modification and return to the interface of Fig. 10.14.
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Or press ESC to give up this modification and return to the interface of Fig. 10.14.
10.6.2 Copy
In Fig. 10.14, move “>” before Copy and press OK to enter Fig. 10.16, the file
writing and reading interface. The function is to reading the program of the SR
machine or to write the program of the SR-WRT into the SR machine. The interface
is as the following:
Copy PLC — Prompting Character of Copy Interface
WRT->PLC — Copy the program of SR-WRT into
the SR machine
PLC->WRT — Copy the program of the SR machine into the SR-WRT
Fig. 10.16 Copy
When write the program into the SR machine, it will cover the original program
in the SR. So when the “>” is before the WRT->PLC and press OK key to write the
SR, the interface as in Fig. 10.17 will appear to avoid the mistaken operation of the
user.
Fig. 10.17 WRT->PLC
If it is needed to write the program in SR-WRT into the SR, move “>” before
YES and press OK key. And at this time, the interface as shown in Fig. 10.18 will be
displayed. Otherwise move “>” before NO and press OK key to return to Fig. 10.15.
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Prompt the user, linking to the
program in the SR-WRT
Prompt the user to wait
Linking process
Fig. 10.18 Process Interface of Linking to SR-WRT
In the process of linking, if there is something wrong with the linking in the
program, automatically it will stop the linking and it will invoke the wrong function
block into the display. And the wrong place will be displayed in the form of “?” to
prompt the user to modify. After the modification, press ESC key, the system will
connect again till all the mistakes in the system are modified. And the interface as
shown in Fig. 10.10 will be displayed.
Prompt the user to wait
Write the program into the SR machine
Fig. 10.19 Process Interface of Writing Program into SR
After the finish of writing program into SR, it will automatically return to Fig.
10.16 to connect and complete the writing operation.
When reading program from the SR. It will cover the original program in the SRWRT, it will display the interface as shown in Fig. 10.20 when you move “>” before
PLC->WRT and press OK key to writing program in SR into SR-WRT.
Read the promapting character in the
SR program
Fig. 10.20 Writing Program in SR into SR-WRT
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In the interface shown in Fig. 10.20, if it is confirmed to reading the program
from the SR, move “>” before YES and press OK key, the reading process interface
as in Fig. 10.21 will be displayed. Otherwise move “>” before NO and press OK key
or directly press ESC key to return to the interface in Fig. 10.16.
Prompt the user to wait
SR program reading process
Fig. 10.21 Reading Process Interface
After Fig. 10.21, SR-WRT has read the program from the SR and it will automatically return to Fig.10.16. And the reading process is finished.
10.7 Set up
In Fig. 10.4, move “>” before the Setup and press OK key to enter the interface
as in Fig. 10.22. In this interface, the date, time and password setup can be finished.
Password — Password set function, to
protect all the function interface
Time — To setup the current time
Fig. 10.22 Time and Password Setup Interface
In Fig. 10.22, move “>” before the Password and press OK key to enter the
password modification interface as in Fig. 10.23.
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Version No. of the software
Position to enter the passwords
Fig. 10.23 Password Modification Interface
In Fig. 10.23, you can select the position of the cursor by using the LEFT and
RIGHT keys and modify the number in the cursor by +, - keys to modify the
password as the desired. After the modification, press OK key to confirm this
modification or press ESC to give up this modification.
In Fig. 10.22, move “>” before Time and press OK key to enter the time
modification interface as in Fig. 10.22.
To setup the current date
To setup the current time
Fig. 10.24 Time Modification Interface
In Fig. 10.24, the “>” is the cursor, whose position can be selected by UP,
DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT key and whose number can be changed by +, - keys.
When modifying the date, you’d better modify the year and month first and then the
date. For modify the date, the number of the date can be limited by the month. For
example, if the number of the month is 2 and it is not the leap year, and the max
number of the day is 28.
After the finish of the current date and time, press OK key to confirm this
modification and return to Fig. 10.22, or press ESC to give up this modification and
return to Fig. 10.22.
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10.8 Test AB
In Fig. 10.4, move “>” before Test A B and press OK key to enter Fig. 10.25,
the demarcating interface of Analogue A, B value display. In this interface and the
next two interfaces, after the selection, it will finish the site adjusting the value of A
and B to correctly display some analogue and will display at the last interface. The
A and B here mean in some assumed range, displaying value Y and the displaying
value X being converted via AD, the value of A and B can demand the relationship
Y=AX+B. Please see the following example for details. IA2 is to detect the environment temperature and to accurately display in SR-WRT. The following procedure is
how SR detects and displays the environment temperature.1. The temperature signal
is transferred into electronic level signal and sent to IA2 port via sensor. 2. SR
transfers the electronic level signal of IA2 port into a detailed value X via AD. 3.
According to Y=AX+B, through the X from step 2 via AD, accumulate the value of
Y. Because to different sensors and one sensor in different temperature range. The
line relationship of the displaying value and the AD value are different. Also the value
of A and B are different. So it is needed to field adjust the value of A and B. The
procedure is as the following.
In Fig. 10.4, move “>” before Test AB and press OK key to enter Fig. 10.25
Selection Interface of AB value Demarcating Input.
Input Selection Prompt
Input Selection, “_” being cursor, in SR only
IA0-IA7 being analogue input, and in this
interface only the digital in “0” space being
able to be modified by +, -.
Fig. 10.25 Selection Interface of A B Value Demarcating Input
In the above example, when IA2 is selected, press OK key to confirm the
selection of the analogue input port and enter into Fig. 10.26 Setup Interface of
Input1. Press ESC key to give up the selection and return to Fig. 10.4.
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Prompting for the first input
Displaying Data Y for the first input
Fig. 10.26 Setup Interface of Input1
In Fig. 10.26, if the current environment temperature is 87 , change V1=+000.
0 to V1=+087.0 by LEFT, RIGHT, +, - and press OK key to confirm to enter Fig.
10.27 Setup Interface of Input2.
Notes: In Fig. 10.26, it already enters the demarcation of A and B value and
it is impossible to exit via ESC key.
Fig. 10.27 Setup Interface of Input2
In Fig. 10.26 after finish the setup of Input1, put SR in the environment whose
temperature is 70 (may be other temperature). After the temperature sensor is stable,
change V2=+000.0 to V1=+070.0 (the environment temperature) by LEFT, RIGHT,
+, - and press OK key to finish the input of the Input 2. Thus the demarcation of the
value of A and B. And at this time the interface is displayed as Fig. 10.28.
Prompt of display interface of A B value Demarcation
Demarcate A value, the first X is the symbol of
the date (+or -)
Demarcate B value, the first X is the symbol of
the date (+or -)
Prompt user to press any key to exit this interface and return to Fig. 10.24 to select another
analogue input port.
Fig. 10.28 Input Interface of A B Value Demarcating Input
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In Fig. 10.28, press any key to finish the demarcation of the values of A and B
this time.
10.9 WRT Programming Examples
In order to be convenient for the user to use SR-WRT to program and understand the operation of all the function blocks in programming. Here we list a program
that includes all kinds of function block. In programming, for the limit of SR-WRT,
we use the Block No as the line. For example, if the output of one function block is
M01 and the input of another function block is M01, then these two points are
connected together. The points in the left side of the function block in SR-WRT are
input ports. The first point in the right side is the output port. And the other points
in the right ride are different.
The following is an intelligent control example of a modern building area:
Requirements:
1. Every evening from 17:30 to 21:30 the fountain equipment in the square will
be open automatically.
2. The fountain is divided into eight watering sets. One of the watering set will
be watering all the time and then the others will be added in turn. The time
interval is 5S till all the eight sets watering. It stops in 5S time delay and then
added in turn.
3. The lighting system in the building area will be open every evening 18:00
and will be closed 6:00 the next morning.
4. When the extra-red sensor detects that someone enter the building area from
the wall, the SR will dial the telephone and report the detailed space of the
theft. And the alarming system at the space will be started.
Notes: The areas are divided into four squares, each of them are numbered and
named and put into the voice module.
For Example:
Message 6: Alarm in Area A
Message 7: Alarm in Area B
Message 8: Alarm in Area C
Message 9: Alarm in Area D
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In Fig. 10.29, the program is the control system of the eight fountains. B1 is the
time ON/OFF function block. And the time module is set as DAY. The ON time is
set as 17:30 and the OFF time is set as 21:30. Thus every day from 17:30 to 21:30,
the output of B1 is high electronic level to activate the SET input of B3. The SET pin
of B3 is LO, which means it will never reset B3. Set the time parameter (T) of B3 as
5 and time unit as S. Thus every day from 17:30 to 21:30, the output wide of the
output input of B3 is 5S. The pulse of B3 is passed to SET pin of B4. B4 is the stop
sequence output function block. The RST pin is LO, which means that it will never
reset B4. QA0-QA7 will separately control the engine of each set of the eight
watering sets. The SET pin will receive a pulse from B4 and open the fountain
engine. When all the engines are open, it will receive a pulse to close the seven engines
controlled by QA1-QA7. Thus the point 1 and point 2 of the requirement will be
realized. When it is 21:30, the time function bock of B1 will be low electronic level
and SET pin of B3 will be closed. B3 will stop outputting pulse and only output low
electronic level to close the SET pin of B4. Thus the eight output of B4 will close the
controlled relay and the connected engines also stop running.
Fig. 10.29 Fountain Control Function Diagram
In Fig. 10.30, it is Road Light Control and Anti-theft System. B0-B2-QC0 is to
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control the road light. The time module of B0 is set as DAY module. The ON time is
set as 6:00 and the OFF time is set as 18:00. Thus every morning the output of B0
will be high electronic level.
Fig. 10.30 Road Light Control and Anti-theft System
Before edit the program in PROGRAMMER, it is better to design the program
on paper or in computer. For example, we have designed the above program in
computer and print it out. Now it is time to edit this program in PROGRAMMER.
According to the explained operation in chapter I, in order to memory, we name this
program as ZHINENGXQ. Turn the interface to Fig. 10.7 and enter the editing
procedure.
1. Select the function. In Fig. 10.7, move “>” before 17 SCHD and press OK to
enter Fig. 10.8. Move “>” before YES and press OK key to enter Fig. 10.31, Function Block Edition Interface.
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Function Block No.
Function Block Diagram
Input Pin, ? ? ? means the pin need edit, the
shadow means the space of the cursor.
Parameter display mark
Parameter maintained mark after power off.
Fig. 10.31 Function Block Edition Interface
In Fig. 10.31, B00 is the sequence No. of the function block, which is produced
automatically in programming and is not able to be edit. The ON of the left side
means the space to modify the ON date and the OFF of the left side means the space
to modify the OFF date.
2. Edit Input and Output points: The Ҭ
” will appear on the first pin on the
right side. We can change the output type via + and -. Press +, “???” will be changed
into “QA0”, Q type is not the type we needed. It is need to press continuous via +.
“QA0” will be changed into “M00”, which is just what we want. Thus the edit of
this output is finished. (If M is what we want, but 00 is not the wanted output point.
We can change the space of “ ” via LEFT, RIGHT and change the number of the
cursor via +, -, till the wanted output is displayed.)
3. Select and Edit Point ON: The cursor “ ” will also appear in M00. It is
need to edit the ON time. Press OK key and cursor will change from “ ” to “_”.
Press LEFT, RIGHT key, the cursor will be moved under OFF. Press UP, DOWN
key, the cursor will be moved under ON. Now the cursor is “_”. Press OK key, Fig
10.32, Clock Time Edit Interface will be displayed.
Module Selection (Year/Season/Month/Week/Day/Hour
Date Set [Year/Month (Season)/Date (Week)]
Time Set (Hour:Minute:Second)
Fig. 10.32 Clock Time Edit Interface
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In Fig. 10.32, “_” is the cursor. The space of the cursor can be changed via UP,
DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT and the data or module of the cursor can be changed via +,
-. In Fig. 10.32, change the YEAR into DAY and change time to 6:30, thus the time
of ON is set. Press OK key to return to Fig. 10.31. But at this time the cursor will be
“ ” and be on the “O” of ON. The input of this point can be selected via +, -. If “”is selected, which means this point is not used. If this point is needed, select “On”
and press “OK” key, change cursor to “_”. Then select and edit other points.
4. Select and Edit Point OFF: The same method as Select and Edit Point ON.
Change OFF time as 18:00.
5. Select and Edit the parameter and the maintain module after power-off.
When cursor is in any space, press OK key and change the cursor to “_”. Move
cursor to the selection point of select and edit the parameter and maintain module
after power-off. Press OK key and change cursor to “ ”. Change it to “+” or “-” via
+, -. “+” means with parameter display and maintain module after power-off function.
“-” means without parameter display and maintain module after power-off function.
6. Return to Fig. 10.7, Function Block Selection interface. The edit of function
block B00 is finished via the above steps. Press ESC, all the points are edit correctly
and return to Fig. 10.7. Otherwise the wrong points will be displayed in Fig. 10.31 as
“? ? ?”. And the cursor will be in the first “?” as the form of “ ” and wait for the
edition. And the mistakes at this space include the following three points:
1). When the input port is not the parameter points, it should be edited as one
of IXX, QXX, VXX, PXX, MXX, YXX, NXX, HI, LO, X.
2). The output port should be one of QXX, MXX, NXX.
3). The output port of the function block, for example: M00 cannot be the same
as the any one output of the input function block.
Any mistake of the above situation appears. If user press ESC key, it cannot
return to Fig. 10.7. It must be modified and it can be returned to Fig. 10.7.
Select and Edit B01: Via the above procedure, select function block 17SCHD.
Through the confirmation in Fig. 10.8, it will enter Fig. 10.31, function block edition
interface. But the B00 is changed into B01, which means the function block edited is
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the second function block. Using the methods when editing B00, edit B01 as M01, ON
time as 17:30, OFF time as 21:30. After edition, press ESC key to return to Fig. 10.7.
Select and Edit B02: Using steps above to select function block 4 NOT. Through
the step 2, edit B02 as QC0. Through the step 3, move the cursor to the input point.
Press OK key and the cursor will be change into “ ”. As step 2, edit the input port
as M00. Through step 6, return to Fig. 10.7 and finish the edition of B02.
Select and Edit B03: Using step 1 to select function block 13 BLNK. Through
the step 2, edit the output of B03 as M02. Through step 3, move the cursor to the
second input port. Press OK key and the cursor will be changed into “ ”. As step
2 again, edit the input port as LO. Through step 3, move the cursor to the third input
port (T, means time parameter input port.). And this time the cursor will be “_” and
be on “T”. Press OK key to enter Fig. 10.33, time parameter setup interface.
Prompt of Time Parameter Setup Interface
Current Value, “_” being the cursor
The Minimum value in Time Parameter Modification
The Maximum value in Time Parameter Modification
Fig. 10.33 Time parameter Setup Interface
In Fig. 10.33, the space of the cursor can be changed by LEFT, RIGHT, UP,
DOWN and the data and time unit (time unit: H means Hour, M means minute, S
means second) can be changed via +, -. Chang T=01.00S into T=05.00S. Press OK
key to return to the function block edition interface. Thus the pulse wide is set.
Through step 6 to return to Fig. 10.7, the edit of B03 is finished.
Select and Edit B04: Using step 1 to select function block 22 SSEQ. Through
the step 2, edit the first input port of B04 as M02. After confirmation, through step
3, move cursor to the second input port and edit it as LO. Through step 3, move
cursor to the first output port “OUT” at the right side. At this time the cursor will be
“_”. Press OK key to enter Fig. 10.34, Step Sequence Output Edit Interface.
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Prompt of Step Sequence Output Interface
Step Sequence Output 1
Step Sequence Output 2
Select Out
Out1 = QXX
Out2 = QXX
Out3 = QXX
Out4
Out5
Out6
Out7
Out8
=
=
=
=
=
QXX
QXX
QXX
QXX
QXX
Fig. 10.34 Step Sequence Output Edit Interface
In Fig. 10.34, Step Sequence Output Edit Interface, “_” is the cursor. The step
sequence can be edit via UP, DOWN, and the space of the step sequence can be edit
via LEFT, RIGHT. Notes: Q cannot be selected. Only XX can be selected and
edited. Change the data of the cursor via +, -. Change QXX to the output we needed.
In edition procedure, please be attention the following notes. 1. When editing the
step sequence, the output of the above step sequence cannot be as QXX. It mus be
on detailed output. If we want to edit Out 4 =QA3, then the output port of Out1,
Out2, Out3 cannot be QXX. They must be the detailed output, for example,
Out1=QA0, Out2=QA1, Out3=QA2 and so on. 2. To be convenient to the user, we
design the menu as circle menu. For example, in Fig. 10.31, if the cursor in the second
line of the WRT (caused by the first action prompt). The symbol of the above step
sequence is Out1. Now Out8 is needed to be edited. Pressing DOWN eight times is
too trouble. Directly press UP key one time. The cursor will be on Out8 directly and
user can edit.
According to the above methods, edit the eight outputs of the step sequence as
Out1 =QA0, Out2=QA1, Out3 =QA2, Out4 =QA3, Out5 =QA4, Out6 =QA5,
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Out7 =QA6, Out8 =QA7. Press OK or ESC key. If the output ports of the eight
step sequence are not as the same as the outputs of the above function blocks. It will
enter the function edition interface. Otherwise, the same output ports will be displayed in Fig. 10.34 as Q?? and the cursor will be on the first ? for the user to finish
the edit. In function block edition interface, through step 6 to return to Fig. 10.7, thus
the edition of B04 is finished.
Select and Edit B05: Using step 1 to select function block 26 D_OUT. Using
the above methods, edit the input port as M3, the first output port as QC2, the
second output port as QC3. Move the cursor to the SET pin, the third pin of the
function block at the right side. Press OK key, Fig. 10.35, Telephone Setup and
Protection Interface, will be displayed.
Set PH_Pro — Prompt of Telephone and Protection Setup Interface
>RingTimes — Voice and relative parameter setup
TelNumber — Telephone No. Setup
Fig. 10.35 Telephone Setup and Protection Interface
In Fig. 10.35, move “>” before Ring Times and press OK key. Fig. 10.36, Voice
and Relative Parameter Setup Interface, will be displayed.
Password Setup, N-No password, Y-With
Password
R_TIMES: 1 — Ring Times Setup
Replays: 2 — Voice Replay Times Setup
Voice: 03 — Played Voice Setup
Fig. 10.36 Voice and Relative Parameter Setup Interface
In Fig. 10.36, select the function needed to set via UP, DOWN and change the
character or the data of the “_” via +, -.
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In Fig. 10.35, move “>” before TelNumber and press OK key. Fig. 10.37,
Telephone No Setup Interface, will be displayed.
Fig. 10.37 Telephone No Setup Interface
In Fig. 10.37, Telephone No Setup Interface, change “_”, the space of the
cursor via LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, change the data of the cursor via +, -. Set it
as the telephone NO as we need.
Press ESC to return to Fig. 10.35, and press ESC again to return to the function
block edit interface. Return to Fig. 10.7 via Step 6. Thus the edition of B05 is
finished.
The edit method and procedure of other function block is the similar as this. We
don’t explain here in details one by one.
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Chapter I Installation & Uninstallation
1.1 Installation of Super CAD
The installation of Super CAD is very simple. A prompt dialogue box will
appear automatically and you will complete the installation smoothly on the computer under its guidance. The main steps are as follows:
1. Insert the CD-ROM with Super CAD into the CD Drive and Installation
Guidance will appear automatically, as shown in the following figure.
2. Enter the Installation window of Super CAD, as shown in the Fig. 1.1:
Fig 1.1 Installation Window
Click NEXT to enter the next step of installation. The License Agreement
will be displayed. Press [Page Down] to read the contents of the agreement.
The License Window will be shown as in Fig. 1.2.
Click Cancel to exit the installation.
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Fig 1.2 License Window
3. If you agree with the above License Agreement, click [Yes] to enter the next
step. The User Information Window will be displayed, as shown in Fig. 1.3.
Fig 1.3 User Information Window
4. After entering the user information and entering the correct Serial No., click
[Next] to enter the next step. The Destination Folder Window will be
displayed, as shown in Fig. 1.4.
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Fig. 1.4 Destination Folder Window
If you click [Next], it will display the path and install Super CAD software
into your computer according to the displayed path.
If you click [BACK], the previous installation window will appear, as
shown in Fig. 1.3
If you click [CANCEL], the installation program will be terminated.
5. After setting the destination folder, click [Next] to enter the Setup
Type Window as shown in Fig. 1.5. Please select your
desired installation type.
If the [Typical] option is selected, all application components of Super
CAD will be installed.
If the [Compact] option is selected, the simplified components of Super
CAD will be installed.
If the [Custom] option is selected, users will be allowed to select the
components of Super CAD.
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Fig. 1.5 Setup Type Window
Notes: Selection of Typical option is recommended.
6. If the [Custom] option is selected, the Components Window as shown in
Fig.1.6 will be displayed. Select and click the element you want to install,
and it will then appear in the corresponding box and the said element is
selected. If you click it again, it will be cancelled (default of Super CAD is to
install all components when setup is completed).
Click NEXT to enter the next step of installation and the Setup Program Set
Name dialogue box will appear, as shown in Fig.2.7.
Click BACK, the previous installation dialogue box will be displayed, as
shown in Fig.2.5.
Click CANCEL, the installation program will be terminated.
Fig 1.6 Components Window
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7. Click [Next] in Fig. 1.6 to enter the Program Folder Window to select your
desired program folder name. (The original connection is Super CAD).
Click NEXT to enter the next step of installation and the contents of the
program will be installed, as shown in Fig.1.8.
Click BACK, the previous installation dialogue box will be displayed, as
shown in Fig.1.6.
Click CANCEL the installation program will be terminated.
Fig 1.7 Program Folder window
8. The installation program proceeds to the automatic installation procedure.
Click CANCEL, if you want to terminate now.
Fig 1.8 Setup window
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9. When the automated installation process is completed, the Setup Finish
Window appears, as shown in Fig.1.10. Click FINISH to complete the
installation process.
Fig 1.9 Setup Finished Window
1.2 Uninstallation of Super CAD
There are two ways for the uninstallation of Super CAD:
1. Remove from the program:
Under the Windows taskbar, click >Start >Program>Array >Super CAD
and select the Super CAD program folder.
Click UNINSTALL under the said program folder with the left mouse
button, as shown in Fig. 1.10;
When a Confirm Uninstall dialogue box, as shown in Fig. 1.11, appears, click Yes.
Fig. 1.10 Uninstallation Window
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2. Remove from the console:
Under the Windows interface, double click My Computer and the management
files of My Computer will be open.
Double click and open the Control panel.
In the Control Panel, select Add/Remove Program and the Add/Remove
Program dialogue box appears.
After selecting the Super CAD program folder in the said dialogue box, click
Add/Remove Program icon and a dialogue box appears to ask if you want to
remove the program. Click Yes and the Remove window, as shown in Fig.2.11,
appears.
Click OK to complete the removal and then close the Add/Remove Program
window.
Fig. 1.11 Remove window of Super Relay
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Chapter II Brief Introduction to Super CAD
In order to obtain a quick and initial understanding of Super CAD, we will, from
this chapter forward, make a comprehensive introduction to Super CAD with the
help of visual pictures.
2. 1 Operation Interface
The operating interface of Super CAD is friendly and all of its operations can
be completed by clicking the mouse. By clicking Start Programs Array Super CAD in the Windows taskbar, you can enter the main interface of Super CAD,
as shown in Fig. 2. 1.
Fig. 2.1 Set Up Super CAD
Fig. 2.2 Operating Main Interface of Super CAD
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For Super CAD, the operating methods of pull-down Instruction Tools and
Quick icons are adopted. All function blocks are directly distributed in the window.
Using a mouse with Windows operation, you can perform; creating and editing,
simulation running and monitoring of a FAB program quickly.
2.2 Edition Interface
Logical Diagram Edition window of the Super CAD is as shown in Fig. 2.3. In
this editing window, you can click the desired block in the block library on the left to
draw the Logical Function Diagram and set the block property. After the function
diagram is completed, simulation can be run in this window and the program can be
downloaded to SR.
Fig. 2.3 Logical Diagram Editing Window
Notes: For the detailed operation, please refer to Chapter III and Chapter IV of
this part.
2.3 Main Functions
1. Edition function
The main function of Super CAD is programming for SR. By using the Logical
Function Edition window of Super CAD, you can create and edit your desired SR
programs using various function blocks of SR and can also perform file operations
such as save, print, etc.
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2. Simulation operation function
After the program is edited, you can view the program operation result on the
computer and conveniently check if the said program meets your control requirements.
Here Super CAD provides you with a completely new off-line test function, through
which you can debug the program without installing the SR on site. With this function,
many inconvenience of the site test can be avoided.
3. Real-time monitoring
Super CAD has a Real-Time Monitoring window. You can view the process of
the control system and the running conditions of all SR and control remote SR, by
connecting the SR communication port to the computer you can view the process of
the control system.
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3. 1 Function Instruction
When Super CAD is used to edit SR programs, some basic operations including
files management, opening and closing of the Tool Bar and Status Bar access to Help
information are completed by using pull-down menu under File, Controller,
Communication, View, Option and Help. The Instruction Function list of Super
CAD is characterized by its flexibility and variation according to the main selection.
It can be changed according to the current operation for convenience of your specific
operations.
3.1.1 File
The instruction is mainly used for file management, including creation, opening,
saving and printing of files.
Fig. 3.1 File Menu
Instruction Name
Function
New
Open a new file
Open
Open an old file
Close
Close the current active Window
Save
Save a file
Save As
Save current file to a new path and a new file
Print
Print a file
Print Preview
Preview the file printing result
Setup Print
Setup printing format
Exit
Exit Super CAD
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3.1.2 Edit
Fig. 3.2 Edit Menu
Undo: Undo the previous step operation and support consecutive operations.
Redo: Recover the contents undone by the previous step of operation and
support consecutive operations.
Cut: Cut the contents in the area highlighted with the cursor.
Copy: Copy the contents highlighted with the cursor.
Paste: Paste the contents cut or copied.
Delete: Delete various graphic components.
Select All: Select all the contents in the current window editing box and setup the label.
Change Block Number.
3.1.3 Controller
This instruction is mainly used for reading program from SR, writing program
to SR, diagnosis the communication situation of SR, and simulation and so on. The
pulldown menu of Controller is shown as the following:
Fig. 3.3 Controller Menu
PC->Super Programmable Relay PC: writing program to SR.
Super Programmable Relay-> PC PC: reading program from SR.
Diagnosis of Super Programmable Relay: diagnosis the communication of SR.
Simulation: simulate the SR program.
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3.1.4 Com
The instruction is mainly used for on-line setup of SR with the PC. The
pulldown menu is as the following:
Fig 3.4 Communication Menu
Configuration: selection of communication mode and setup of communication port.
Disconnect Line: when it is not necessary for FAB to communicate with the
upper computer, click this option to stop communication.
3.1.5 View
This instruction is to display the toolbar, state bar and the window proportions and so on. The pulldown menu is shown as the following:
Fig. 3.5 View Menu
Toolbar: Toolbar displaying instruction
Status bar: state bar displaying instruction
Zoom: window proportion displaying instruction. There are four different
sizes of the windows for the user to select.
3.1.6 Option
In this pulldown menu, you can set the personal style, and also set the time and
address of SR, read the address of SR and the record of the voice module, and write
the system program on-line. And the detailed functions of these options are as the
following:
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Fig. 3.6 Option Menu
Option
Function
Set Wire Color
Set Valid Region Base Color
Setup block on-line color
Setup Function Diagram significant draw zone color
Set Grid Color
Set Background Color
Setup Function Diagram grid point color
Setup Window background color
Set Frame Window BK-Color
Load Default Color Config
Setup background color of the block window
Setup window background color as the defaulted
Modify System Config
Set Analog parameters
Setup default configuration
Setup the analog parameter
Set Super Programmable Relay’s Time
Modify the internal time of the SPR
Record the voice module
Sound Record
Set Ring Times
Set Sound play times
Setup the dialing times when the telephone module alarming
Select Speaker or External Sound Box
Select to broadcast by the voice module or the external audio box
Programmable Relay
Write OS Program To Super
Setup the times of the voice broadcasting
Write system program to SPR
Write OS Program To HMI
Write system program to LCD
3.1.7 Help
Fig. 3.7 Help Menu
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Content Index: Help index and detailed contents
About Super CAD
3.1.8 Search
This instruction is mainly used for finding blocks in the function diagram that
meet certain conditions.
Fig. 3.8 Search Menu
Search By type: click this option, the following diagram will be displayed:
Fig. 3.9 Typical Search Window
Search By Name: find according to the name of the function block.
Fig. 3.10 Search according to the Name of the Function Block
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3.2 Toolbar
After the Tool Bar is activated, the icon buttons of the Tool Bar will appear in
the Edit window. You can use these icons directly without trying to locate them in
the Function List. Tool Bar will let you complete your editing and drawing work
faster and better.]
Standard
Tool Bar
New
Open
Show SR Information
Save
Read SR Program
Cut
Write Program to SR
Copy
Stop Running
Paste
Run
Print
Monitor Simulation diagram
Connect
Setup Program Password
Simulation
Record to SR
Open Communication Port
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3.3 Function Block Stock
Fig. 3.11 Block Library
In the block library, there are all the SR function blocks. You can click the
button below the block library such as “LOG” “FUN” “I/O” to display different
function block library. “LOG” represents the logic blocks. FUN represents the
special function blocks. IN represents the input blocks. OUT represents the output
blocks. Please refer to Chapter IV for details of different blocks.
Block Library Operation
1. Click LOG, FUN, I/O to select block types under the Block Library,
and corresponding blocks will be displayed in the Block Library Frame.
2. Move the cursor to the desired block and select it by clicking on it. You may
pull the moving bar to show all the function.
3. Select the desired function block, the curse will change into a big yellow
arrow. Click the corresponding block in the Edit window. If an undesired
one is chosen, click the right key of the mouse to delete and you can select
another one again.
3.3.1 Function Block Type
The blocks are classified into four types: Logical Block, Function Block, Input
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Block and Output Block. The Input and Output blocks are only used to graphically
represent the input and output ends of SR, without any actual functions. The key
parts are the Logical Block and Function Block, the combination of which performs
several types of SR control.
3.2.2 Property Setup and Action Demonstration of Function Block
It is necessary to setup the properties of the blocks in the plotting of logical
diagrams. The block properties are divided into General property and Special property.
In the state of editing the logic function diagram, double click the function block or
click the right key of the mouse and select the “Properties…” option. After selecting
the function block, you can set up the parameter of the block..
3.3.2.1 General Property
Fig. 3.12 Setup of General property
The settings of General property mainly include:
Special Input: set the state of the input of the current block. “Normal” represents
that the input state is determined by the external input. “Force ON” forces
this input to be state “1”. “Force OFF” forces this input to be state “0”.
Action view: show the logic relationship of the input/output of the block.
These options make the user clearly and directly understand the function block.
Notes: When the state of the input pin is set as “Force ON” or “Force
OFF”, this pin cannot connect the wires from other blocks and the
state of this pin is always be state “1” or state “0”.
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Functions of the block: Click the left key of the mouse and the following
diagram will be displayed:
Fig. 3.13 Action view Showing Window
3.3.2.2 Special Property
Among the blocks of SPR, there are some special blocks that have special
properties, including TOND, TOFD, SPBL, SCHD, DOUT, PMSG and so on.
Setup of the properties of different special blocks is described as follows respectively.
1. Module with time schedule
Such as: TOND, TOFD, SPBL, TPBL and so on.
Fig. 3.14 Module with the timer Property Setup
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Time type:
On/Off Time:
There are three time units for option: Sec, Min, Hour.
Set the time value of the timer and the time can be accuracy to 0.001S.
Parameter Limit: The max set time limit is 99.99 hours and the min time is 0.001 second.
Action view: Simulate the working process of the time schedule module.
Click this button, the following will be displayed:
Fig. 3.15 Showing of the Time Schedule Function Block
In this window, if you click [Up] or [Down] button, it will work as parameter
setting showing function block.
2. Function block with counter
UDCT, Blocks with counter that can count up and down, whose Properties
Setup dialogue box is as shown in Fig. 3.16:
Fig. 3.16 Setting Properties for Blocks with Counters
Special Input
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Set:
Pulse in:
Direct:
Set signal input and reset the counter.
Counting pulse input terminal.
Counting direction controlling terminal: “Force ON”
counting downward, “Force OFF” counting upward.
Number of Counts: Setup counting value of the counter. The range of the
counting value is 1—999999.
3. Properties of RS relay
The dialogue box of RS relay properties setting is as shown in Fig. 3.17.
Fig. 3.17 Setting Properties for RS Relay
Special Input:
Set
Reset
4. Properties of CW Clock Switch Block
The Setup dialogue box is as shown in Fig. 3.18
Clock setup: In this setting, the status of output can be regularly changed. Six
options, year style, quarter style, month style, week style and date style, are provided to meet the particular requirements of users.
Fig. 3.18 Setting CW Clock Switch Block Properties
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If Year Style is selected , and Set Time is clicked, the frame of setting time
will be on and you can set up to 128 intervals for the time switch. Please
note that you should set the time according to a time sequence.
Fig. 3.19 Setting Clock Mode
Time Setting:
Add: When you need to add a time, click “add” button, the dialogue frame as
in Fig. 3.20 will be displayed:
Fig. 3.20 Setting Time
In this window, you may set the needed time according to the prompting
contents in the dialogue window. After setting, click “OK” and a time record
will be added.
Notes: They must be set in a time sequence.
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Insert: When you need to insert a time in the existing time setting combination,
please click INSERT and a dialogue box will appear, as shown in Fig. 3.21.
Fig. 3.21 Inserting Time
Notes: In Year Style, only ON/OFF month and detailed time can be set, for
it is set year as the period. As for the detailed introduction of the time
module, please refer to Chapter IV of Part I.
Delete: When you want to delete a time, put the cursor on the said time
record and click CANCEL. When the Confirm Cancel frame appears, click
OK to cancel the said time record.
Update: When you want to update a time, put the cursor on the said time
record and click UPDATE. As a time setting frame, similar to that shown in
Fig.3.20 appears, reset the time, click OK and the said time record is modified.
Print£ºWhen you want to print your set time on paper then click “Print”.
Notes: Year Style sets year as the cycling period; month style sets month as
the cycling period; week style sets week as the cycling period; date
style sets date as the cycling period, and fixed date style sets to open
or close at the fixed time. Their setting procedure is about the same.
As for these five modules, please refer to the introduction to the time
module.
5. Setup for Analog block.
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The diagram of property of analog block AN is as Fig. 3.22.
Fig. 3.22 Setup of Property of Analog Block
Action view: show the function of the analog comparison module. The
displaying diagram is as in Fig. 3.23. It can clearly and directly describe the
running process of the analog comparison.
In1 and In2 are analog input terminals. The range of the input analog is 0.0-10.0v.
Compare Setup: Set up the voltage value of Input 1, in relation to voltage
value of Input 2. And the range of the input value is 0.0-10.0.
Relation: It provides “<,>,=,<=,<=,!=” 6 options. And this comparison
block is for comparison between Input 1 and Input 3.
For example: When < has been selected,
if input 1<input 2, then Q=1. if input 1>input3, then Q=0.
Fig. 3.23 Show of Analog Comparison Functions
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6. TSEQ
TSEQ performs the output in the set time of the outputs. The dialogue box of
property of TSEQ is as the following diagram:
Fig. 3.24 Dialogue Box of the Property of TSEQ
Action view: view the switching action process of TSEQ in simulation.
Trigger: When the trigger is activated, the TSEQ starts to act.
Reset: When the reset terminal is activated, the TSEQ stops acting.
Time Settings: Set the unit and length of the time.
Function Description:
When Trigger terminal in high potential is triggered, the TSEQ starts timing and
the corresponding outputs will be connected at the set time in turn. The range of the
time is 0.01-99.99 hours. When setting, if you select the Output3, the Output2 must
be selected at the same time.
7. SSEQ
The dialogue box of property of SSEQ is as the following diagram:
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Fig. 3.25 Dialogue Box of the Property of SSEQ
Action view: view the switching action process of SSEQ in simulation.
Trigger: When the trigger has pulse input, the SSEQ starts to act. Every
time a pulse output will connect one by turn.
Reset: When the reset terminal is activate, the SSEQ stops acting.
Time Settings: Set the unit and length of the time.
Function Description:
The SSEQ is working as the following step. When Trigger terminal has pulse
inputs, as the first positive pulse is inputting, Out2 outputs. The next pulse connects Out3 and thus in turn. When Out7 is connected, the next pulse will make the
Out2-Out7 terminal open. And then it will repeat the above procedure until the
Reset Input is in 1.
Notes: When Out3 is selected, the Out2 must be selected also.
When Out7 is selected, all the output points before it must be selected.
8. Hour Increase and Descend Module
The dialogue box of property of Hour Increase and Descend Module is as the
following diagram:
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Fig. 3.26 Dialogue Box of the Property of Hour Increase and Descend Module
Inc: When this pin is coming with a positive pulse, the system time will add
an hour automatically.
Dec: When this pin is coming a positive pulse, the system time will reduce
by an hour automatically.
9. Timer/Counter Comparison Module
The dialogue box of property of Timer/Counter Comparison Module is as the
following diagram:
Fig. 3.27 Dialogue Box of the
Fig. 3.28 Dialogue Box of the
Property of Timer Comparison
Property of Counter Comparison
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Action view: Simulate the action.
Option of Time and Counter: the range of the time is 0.01-99.99 hours, and
the range of the counting is 0-999999.
It provides “<,>,=,<=,<=,!=” six options. And this comparison block is for
the comparison between Input 1 and Input 3.
Function Description:
Timer/Counter Comparison is the same as the Analog Comparison. It is just
that here the time and the counting value is companioned. The input of this comparison is connected with TSEQ and counter, such as TOND, TOFD, BLNK and so on
module and counter with time schedule.
10. Set of the Connection Point Module
Connection Point Module is the two points of a connection wire, using the
connection point to reduce the length of the wire. There are two kinds of connection
points: output connection point and input connection point. The input connection
point and the output connection point of the same marked number are regarded as the
same point. The dialogue box of property of connection point is as the following
diagram:
Fig. 3.29 Set of the Connection Point Module Box of the Property of Counter
The range of the marked No. of the connection point is 0-31
Source: As the output of the module, it is the source of the wire.
Destination: the input connection point of the module.
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Application of the connection point:
The program diagram is as in the following diagram:
Fig. 3.30 Application of the connection point
Notes: In this program, C0 is the two connection points of the wire, that is to
say that, the output of B0 is connected to input of B1.
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Chapter IV Basic Operation
This chapter will tell you how to write logic function graph Program with
Super CAD, how to simulate the Program you write with Super CAD, how to
communicate between PC and SR with Super CAD, how to copy system document
of SR with Super CAD, and how to complete the update of application and system
Program code.
If you want to write a function graph Program, first of all, it’s necessary to start
an empty document, then put the function block into editing box. First set the
property of every function block, then link every function block according to logic
controlling relation, thereby complete the protracting of a logic function graph. In
addition, in order to help the users confirm if the function graph accord with the
prospective controlling result, Super CAD also provides most intuitionist function
of simulation. You can get the moving result of the program through simulation of the
function graph.
Now an actual example will show you how to write function block Program
with Super CAD.
For Example: To use SR to constitute more - function switch, which will be
used inused in airiness system.
Requirements: Airiness system can give fresh air indoor, and also can vent
exhaust air outdoor.
1. Exhaust air venting equipment and fresh air giving equipment must be
installed indoor.
2. Airiness system is dominated by controlling monitor.
3. Air pressure will not be allowed indoor anytime.
4. Only flux monitor shows that exhaust air venting equipment works
well, fresh air giving equipment will be used.
5. If a fault appeared in airiness system, alarm light will be turned on.
4.1 Open File
4.1.1 Open New File
Operation method:
To open a new file, click ‘New’ option of menu ‘File’, click once with left
button of mouse ,or click
once in toolbar. As shown in the following fig.
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Fig. 4.1 Open New Document
Notes: An option Window of outside-meet extended module will appear
before a new document be opened.
Remote
Control module
Voice Module
Extend Module
Fig. 4.2 The add of remote
Main Type:
Choose type of the SR mainframe.
Extend:
Remote Control Input: The add of remote input module;
Voice Modules (Play Message, Dial in and Dial out);
The rest is the quantity of extend module to add.
If you haven’t chosen while open a new document, choose ‘Modify
System Config’ in menu ‘Option’ to configure again.
4.1.2 Open Existed Document
Operation Method:
1. To open a document, click ‘Open’ option of menu ‘File’ once with left
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button of mouse ,or click
As shown in Fig 4.2:
once in toolbar, shortcut key ‘Ctrl+O’ also can be used.
Fig 4.3 Open Existed Document
2.Click ‘Open’ once, find the path of saving file, dialogue box as follows:
Fig4.4 Dialogue Box of Existed Document
3.Click the file you want to open with left button of mouse, then click button
“Open”. After opening the document, you can modify or print the document.
4.2 Edit Function Diagram Program
4.2.1 Place Function Block
While you set up a new document, you can write your control Program in the
new edit box. The method and process of placement is as follows:
The method of placing function module is as follows: choose function block
needed from the module storeroom right of the edit box.
Operation Procedure:
1. Choose corresponding module group, if you choose basic module, click
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button “Log” with right button of the mouse. If you choose special function module,
click button “Fun” with left button of mouse; click “I/O” to choose input/output
module.
2. Click the module you needed with left button of the mouse.
3. Move the mouse to the proper place in the function graph edit box, click with
left button of the mouse, then complete the placement of a module.
4. According to above operation, put all modules in edit box.
E.g.: To complete all the function module of the airiness system control, as Fig
4.4 shown, put all function modules into the edit box.
Fig. 4.5 Place Module
4.2.2 Introduction to the Function Block Stock
All modules needed in writing function graph are stored in module storeroom,
such as basic function module, special function module and input/output module.
When mouse is moved on the function module, function cue of the function module
will appear automatically, and the right side of the module will appear the statement
of the function module. Click button “Log” under the module storeroom with mouse,
to display basic function module; Click “Fun” to display special function module;
Click “I/O” to display input/output function module. As shown in Fig. 4.6(a), 4.6
(b), and 4.6(c):
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Fig. 4.6 (a) Basic Module Fig. 4.6 (b) Special Module Fig. 4.6 (c) Input/output Module
Attn: Scroll bar right of the sleek function module storeroom could display
all function modules.
4.2.3 Function Block Table-list
1. Basic function module
Module Graph
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Module Graph
Function
AND
XOR
AND + RLO
NAND
OR
NAND + RLO
NOT
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2. Special Function Module
Module graph
Function
Module graph
Function
Put through postponed
Omnipotence counter
Cut postponed
Clock Switch
Simulated Compare
Single impulse relay
Machine
Impulse relay
Time Order
Clock Impulse relay
Step Order
Keep through and
Add/Minus Clock
postponed Relay
RS Relay
Time Data compare
3.Output Module Chart
Function Chart
Function
Control in and out
Function Chart
Function
Telephone Module
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Control output
Double audio
frequency pulse
Remote control input dot
Voice play Module
Node
LCD Edit Module
Notes: About the specialty of each function block, please read chapter III of
part I in this state book.
About the application of LCD edit module, please read chapter V of
part I for reference.
4.2.4 Edit Property of Function Block
After put all function module in edit box, it’s necessary to setup property of
every function module. This is the most important step to write function module
Program.
Operation Method:
1. In the function module Program edit box, click some module twice with left
button of the mouse, or pitch on a module and press right button of the mouse, then
an edit menu appears, and then click “Properties…” of this menu.
As shown in Fig 4.7:
Fig. 4.7 Module Operation Menu
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2. Property dialogue box, as shown in Fig. 4.6, to setup each item of content
according to what you need, you also could click “Action view” to observe the action
process of this module.
Fig 4.8 Dialog Box of Property setup
Attn: Different module has different property setup, especially the property
of special function module. Please read chapter III, part II of the
explanation to refer the detailed setup.
4.2.5 Setup link
After put all the modules needed in protracting function graph, and set up
properties as needed, it’s necessary to set up link according to logic control relation
and make it an integrated function diagram.
Operation Method:
1. Pitch on shortcut key
, when the mouse becomes the shape of a pen, it
can be used to link.
2. When the mouse be moved to input & output port, the shape of the mouse
is “+”. This means you can press the left button of the mouse to confirm one dot of
the link. At that time press left button of the mouse once and move it to the output
port (input port) of the next module. System could set up link automatically, as
shown in Fig. 4.8:
Fig 4.9 Set up Module Link
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3. Repeat above operation; link all function modules according to definite logic
relation.
4. Modify the tab of the module: press left button of the mouse above the
module, dialog box as Fig. 4.9 appearances, select “Change Block Number”, dialog
box as Fig. 4.10 will flip out, it’s time to modify the tab of the module.
Fig. 4.10 Modify Module Tab
Fig. 4.11 Dialog Box of Modify Tab
5. In the state of link, if you want to cancel link, please press right button of the
mouse.
4.2.6 Delete Function Block or Delete Link
When you put some needless module in edit interface box or link some default
ones, you need to delete them as follows:
1. Pitch on module or link to delete with mouse.
2. Press “Delete” in the keyboard, or click right button of the mouse, select
option “Delete” in the menu, then you can delete the module or link.
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4.2.7 Simulation Running
Super CAD could edit function diagram, and perform function of simulation
operation. After you finish the edit, you can start the function of simulation operation,
to examine Program to see if it performs your control logic or not.
Operation Method:
1. Click “Start” in “Simulation” under the menu “Controller” with left button
of the mouse. As shown in Fig. 4.11: It’s time to start program of simulation, or click
“
”in the toolbar with mouse, and it also can open simulation operation interface.
It shows as Fig. 4.12.
Fig. 4.12 Start Simulation
2. Click input module with mouse. It can change the state of input, state displays “ON” and “OFF” in the output point of the module, so you can observe the
state of input or output.
3. Click button
again, to terminate the operation function of the module.
Fig. 4.13 Simulation Operation
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Attn: In above graph, you can see “ON” or “OFF” state of input and output,
and the output state and the current state of timing and counting of all
modules. Through this simulation operation graph, you can exam the
program to see if it performs control requirement or not.
4.2.8 Save and Print
Operation method of file saving
1. To save a Program, click option “save” or “Save As” under menu “File” with
left button of the mouse, as shown in Fig. 4.13, or click button “
”under toolbar.
2. A dialog box shown as Fig. 4.14 appears, you can set up saving path and file
name in this box.
3. After the setup of the file saving path and file name, click “save” to save file
in the appointed path, then complete to save file.
Fig. 4.14 Save File Menu
Fig. 4.15 Save File Dialog Box
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Operation Method of Printing File
1. Click option “Print” under menu “File” with left button of mouse.
2. Dialog box as shown in Fig. 4.16 appears, set up your printing requirement
according to the cue of dialog box.
3. Click “confirm” with left button of mouse, then your file will be printed in
your printer.
Fig. 4.16 File Print
4.2.9 Modify Password and Read the Program
Operation Method:
a. First of all, link SR with your PC through special communication cable SRPC, as shown in Fig. 4.17:
Fig. 4.17 SR Communication Link Graph
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b. Open application software Super CAD, set up a new document, then open
computer com. Click option “Configuration” under menu “Com” with left button of
the mouse, or click“
”in toolbar, dialog box shown as Fig. 4.18 appears, then
select your communication port and speed.
Fig. 4.18 Set Up Port and Baud Rate
1. Setup Password and Time
I. SR permits you to set up password for your Program. Only after input of
right password, you can write, read and modify your Program.
Operation method of setup password
a. Click button “
4.19 appears:
” with left button of mouse, dialog box shown as Fig.
Fig. 4.19 Modify Password
You can modify communication password of your SR mainframe in this dialog
box.
b. Input new password in edit box after “New Password”, “write to Super
program Relay”, and dialog box of modifying password success appears.
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Fig. 4.20 Modify Password Succeed
II. You can set up time for SR
Operation Method:
c. Clink option “Set Super Program Relay’s Time” under menu “Option” with left
button of the mouse, or clink “” under toolbar, dialog box appears shown as Fig. 4.21.
Fig. 4.21 Modify Time Interface
d. Display system time in this dialog box, click ““, cue shown as Fig. 4.22
appears, to renew time of SR succeed.
Fig. 4.22 Setup Time Succeed
Operation Method of Setup Time
2. Write/Read Function Block Program
After you debug the function graph successfully, you need to read-in SR, and
operate as following process.
Operation Method of read-in Program
a. First of all, link the connection like Fig. 4.17.
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b. Open the port of computer, clink option “Configuration” under menu “Com”,
or click “
”in toolbar, dialog box shown as Fig. 4.18, select your communication
port and speed.
c. Click option “PC->Super Programmable Relay” under menu “Controller”; or
click button “
”in toolbar, dialog box shown as Fig. 4.23, input your password
(attn: the original password is 2002).
Fig. 4.23 Confirm Password
d. Clink button “OK” with left button of mouse, start update Program, dialog
box shown as Fig. 4.24 display update Program course.
Fig 4.24 Update Program Process
Attn: After the Program update, SR will run the Program automatically, need
not restart.
Operation Method of Read Program:
a. Click option “Super Programmable Relay->PC” under menu “Controller”
with left button of mouse, or click “
”under toolbar, dialog box like Fig. 4.23
appears, input your password (Attn: the original password is 2002)
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b. Input the right password, press “OK”, start read Program, shown as following Fig. 4.25:
Fig. 4.25 Read Process
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