PUME -Users Manual For PUME (TN5A0199b-E)

PUME -Users Manual For PUME (TN5A0199b-E)
User’s Manual
Multi-loop module type
Temperature Controller
<Event Input/Output Module>
TYPE: PUME
STATION
23
45
7 89
OUT4
LOADER
6
OUT3
PUM-E
F01
OUT2
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
E
OUT1
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
CD
COM
AB
PWR
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Please Read First (Safety Warnings)
Please read this section thoroughly before using and observe
the mentioned safety warnings fully.
●● In cases where damage or problems with this equipment
may lead to serious accidents, install appropriate external
protective circuits.
●● To prevent damage and failure of the equipment, provide
Safety warnings are categorized as “Warning” or “Caution”.
Caution
Improper use of the equipment may result in death or
serious injuries.
Warning
Improper use of the equipment may cause injury to
the user or property damage.
the rated power voltage.
●● To prevent electric shock and equipment failure, do not turn
the power ON until all wiring is complete.
●● Before turning the power ON, confirm that clearance space
has been secured to prevent shock or fire.
●● Do not touch the terminal while the machine is ON. Doing
so risks shock or equipment errors.
Warning
●● Never disassemble, convert, modify or repair this equipment.
Installation and Wiring
Doing so risks abnormal operation, shock or fire.
• This equipment is intended to be used under the following
conditions.
Ambient temperature
-10 to 50 degree C
Ambient humidity
90% RH or below (with no condensation)
Vibration
10 to 70Hz less than 9.8m/s² (1G)
Warm-up time
30 min. or more
Installation category
IEC1010-1: class II
Pollution level
IEC1010-1: degree 2
OFF. Otherwise, shock, operational errors or failures may
be caused.
●● Periodic maintenance is recommended for continuous and
●● Some parts installed on this equipment have a limited life
voltage reaches or generates the values described below,
secure clearance space and creepage distance as shown
in the table below.
If such space cannot be secured, the EN61010 safety
and/or may deteriorate with age.
●● The warranty period for this unit (including accessories) is
one year, if the product is used properly.
Caution
Cautions when Installing
compliance may become invalid.
Clearance
Space [mm]
Creepage Space
[mm]
Please avoid installing in the following locations.
●● Locations in which the ambient temperature falls outside
Up to 50 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.2
Up to 100 Vrms or Vdc
0.2
1.4
Up to 150 Vrms or Vdc
0.5
1.6
Up to 300 Vrms or Vdc
1.5
3.0
Above 300 Vrms or Vdc
Please consult our distributor
• For the above, if voltage exceeds 50Vdc (called danger
voltage), basic insulation is required between the earth and
all terminals of the equipment.
Note that the insulation class for this equipment is as
follows. Before installing, please confirm that the insulation
class for equipment meets usage requirements.
Power
Loader communication
RS-485 communication
●● When installing or removing the equipment, turn the power
safe use of this equipment.
• Between the temperature sensor and the location where the
Voltage used or generated by
any assemblies
Maintenance
DI1 to 4
DI5 to 8
DO1 to 4
DO5 to 8
Functional insulation
Functional insulation
(1000V AC)
(500V AC)
the range of 0 to 50 degrees C when equipment is in use.
●● Locations in which the ambient humidity falls outside the
range of 45 to 85% RH when equipment is in use.
●● Locations with rapid temperature changes, leading to dew
condensation.
●● Locations with corrosive gases (especially sulfide gas,
ammonia, etc.) or flammable gases.
●● Locations with vibration or shock directly.
●● Locations in contact with water, oil, chemicals, steam or hot
water.
(If the equipment gets wet, there is a risk of electric shock
or fire, so have it inspected by Fuji distributor.)
●● Locations with high concentrations of atmospheric dust,
salt or iron particles.
●● Locations with large inductive interference, resulting in
static electricity, magnetic fields or noise.
●● Locations in direct sunlight.
●● Locations that build up heat from radiant heat sources,
etc.
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Cautions when Mounting to Cabinets / DIN Rails
●● In case of mounting the temperature controllers to DIN
●● To comply with CE marking (EMC), we recommend to attach
ferrite core to communication cable and power cable.
●● For wiring to the terminal block, apply crimp type terminals
rails, remember to push up the locking tabs to fasten the
size M3.
controllers onto DIN rail.
Use terminal screws in this product only.
●● To connect controllers, first release all locking tabs. Then,
connect controllers and push up all locking tabs. Make
sure that all locking tabs are fastened.
●● Never fail to turn the power OFF, before detaching the
terminal block or removing the main unit from the base
part.
●● In order to aid heat dissipation, do not block the top and the
bottom of the equipment.
●● When mounting / dismounting controllers to / from DIN
rails, 30mm of clearance above and under the controllers
should be provided.
from each other. And both should be shielded.
●● If the output operation frequency is high, selecting a SSR/
SSC drive output type is recommended.
[Proportionate cycles]
Relay output:
30 sec. or more
SSR/SSC drive output:
1 sec. or more
●● When inductive loads such as magnetic opening/closing
equipment, etc. as relay output equipment are connected,
use of “Z-trap,” manufactured by Fuji Electric Device
Technology Co., Ltd., is recommended in order to protect
the contacts against opening/closing surges and to ensure
long-term use.
Model names: ENE241D-07A
●● To avoid the influence of inductive noise, input signal wires
should be separated from electric power lines or load
lines.
Error Operation
●● The alarm function does not work properly when an error
occurs unless the settings are made correctly. Always
Others
●● Input signal wire and output signal wire should be separated
Screw tightening torque: 0.78N·m (8kgf·cm)
verify its setting before operation.
Cautions for Wiring
Screw size: M3×7 (with square washer)
(For 100V power voltage)
ENE471D-07A
(For 200V power voltage)
Attachment position:
●● Please do not wipe the equipment with organic solvents
such as alcohol or benzene, etc. If wiping is necessary, use
a neutral cleaning agent.
●● Do not use mobile phones near this equipment (within
50cm). Otherwise a malfunction may result.
●● Malfunctions may occur if the equipment is used near a
radio, TV, or wireless device.
●● This equipment requires approx. 20 seconds before it starts
to output.
●● Before installing and wiring, take necessary measures for
electrostatic discharge (ESD).
●● The power supply for this product is 24V DC. Please use
the power source of appropriate volume depending on the
number of units you connect.
Recommended power source:
Cosel Electronics Co., Ltd. PBA Series
Omron Corporation S8VM Series
Please connect between the relay control
output contacts.
(Example)
21
11
22
12
23
13
24
14
25
15
26
16
27
17
28
18
29
19
30
20
Z-trap connecting diagram
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Contents
Please Read First (Safety Warnings)… …………………… 3
3.4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)… …………………3-11
Warning……………………………………………………… 3
Attaching Side Connecting Terminal Covers… ………3-11
Installation and Wiring……………………………………… 3
Attaching End Plates… …………………………………3-11
Maintenance………………………………………………… 3
3.5 Mounting with Screws… ………………………………3-12
Caution… …………………………………………………… 3
3.6 Terminal Block Diagram… ……………………………3-13
Cautions when Installing…………………………………… 3
Wiring………………………………………………………3-13
Cautions when Mounting to Cabinets/DIN Rails………… 4
Wiring for Power Supply/RS-485… ……………………3-14
Cautions for Wiring… ……………………………………… 4
Error Operation……………………………………………… 4
4 System Setting… ……………………… 4-1
Others……………………………………………………… 4
4.1 Operating Method……………………………………… 4-3
Operating Method… …………………………………… 4-3
1 Overview… ……………………………… 1-1
DO Latch Release… …………………………………… 4-4
1.1 Overview………………………………………………… 1-3
DI Latch Release………………………………………… 4-5
1.2 Model Code… ………………………………………… 1-4
RUN/Standby Switch… ………………………………… 4-5
Event Input/Output Module … ………………………… 1-4
4.2 Input Setting… ………………………………………… 4-7
Accessories… …………………………………………… 1-4
Input Setting……………………………………………… 4-7
1.3 Part Names and Functions… ………………………… 1-5
DI Input Option Setting… ……………………………… 4-8
External View… ………………………………………… 1-5
Input NOT Setting…………………………………………4-10
Front Terminal Block… ………………………………… 1-6
Input AND Setting…………………………………………4-11
Base Part… ……………………………………………… 1-7
Input OR Setting… ………………………………………4-13
4.3 Output Setting… ………………………………………4-15
2 System Configuration Example…… 2-1
Output Setting… …………………………………………4-15
2.1 System Configuration Example… …………………… 2-3
Output Types………………………………………………4-17
System Configuration Using Event
Output Source… …………………………………………4-18
Input/Output Module Controllers… …………………… 2-3
Bit Position Specification…………………………………4-19
3 Installation… …………………………… 3-1
DO Output Option… ……………………………………4-20
Output NOT Setting………………………………………4-22
3.1 Installation Procedure… ……………………………… 3-3
Output AND Setting………………………………………4-23
Stand Alone System… ………………………………… 3-3
Output OR Setting… ……………………………………4-25
Setting of RS-485 Communication
Output Scaling Base and Span Setting … ……………4-27
Host System……………………………………………… 3-4
3.2 Dimensions……………………………………………… 3-5
Dimensions… …………………………………………… 3-5
3.3 Mounting Controllers…………………………………… 3-6
How to Remove Front Terminal
Block/Base Part from the Main Unit… ………………… 3-6
Mounting to DIN Rails…………………………………… 3-8
Order of Controllers … …………………………………3-10
DO Proportional Cycle……………………………………4-28
Output Limit… ……………………………………………4-29
Internal DO Area… ………………………………………4-31
Standby Output Set Value… ……………………………4-32
FAULT Output 1 Set Value………………………………4-33
4.4 Communication Setting………………………………4-35
Communication Setting… ………………………………4-35
RS-485 Communication Speed Setting
and RS-485 Parity Setting… ……………………………4-36
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RS-485 Communication Permission Setting… ………4-36
5.8 Sample Program… ……………………………………5-39
Enhanced Communication Module (PUMC)
Connection Permission… ………………………………4-37
6 Troubleshooting………………………… 6-1
RS-485 Response Interval Time Setting… ……………4-38
6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures… ……………………… 6-3
4.5 Monitor…………………………………………………4-39
Troubles that May Occur
Monitor… …………………………………………………4-39
when the Loader Software is Connected……………… 6-3
DO Calculated Result Monitor… ………………………4-40
Troubles During Operation … ………………………… 6-4
DI Calculated Result Monitor……………………………4-41
Troubles with RS-485 Communication………………… 6-6
DI Terminal Monitor………………………………………4-42
System FAULT Status……………………………………4-43
Index
LED Display and Setting…………………………………4-44
5 Communication… ……………………… 5-1
5.1 Communication Functions… ………………………… 5-3
Connecting to a Programmable Controller… ………… 5-4
Connecting to a Personal Computer…………………… 5-4
5.2 Communication Specifications… …………………… 5-5
RS-485… ………………………………………………… 5-5
Loader Interface … ……………………………………… 5-6
5.3 Connection……………………………………………… 5-7
Assignment of Communication Terminals… ………… 5-7
Connection with RS-485………………………………… 5-8
Connection with Loader Interface……………………… 5-9
5.4 Setting Communication Parameters… ………………5-10
Setup Items for RS-485 (PUM Side)……………………5-10
Setup Items on Loader Interface (PUM Side)…………5-11
5.5 Modbus RTU Communication Protocol………………5-12
Message Composition……………………………………5-14
Calculating Error Check Code (CRC-16)………………5-17
Transmission Control Steps… …………………………5-18
5.6 Command and Transmission Frame Details…………5-20
Reading Data… …………………………………………5-20
Writing Data… ……………………………………………5-25
5.7 Address Map and Data Format… ……………………5-29
Operation Parameters……………………………………5-29
Digital Input Parameters…………………………………5-30
Digital Output Parameters… ……………………………5-31
Communication Parameters… …………………………5-34
Configuration Parameters… ……………………………5-34
Monitor Parameters………………………………………5-34
Internal DO Data Area……………………………………5-35
Order of Register Numbers… …………………………5-36
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1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
1
Overview
Overview........................................... 1-3
1.2
Model Code....................................... 1-4
1.3
Part Names and Functions.............. 1-5
3 Installation
1.1
4 System Setting
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
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1.1 Overview
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1.1 Overview
1 .1 Overview
PUME is an event input/output module, which digital input/output when connected with a control module.
•• PUME is used for a temperature control system made up of module type temperature controller PUM series, to operate control
modules by digital input or when logic output from a control module is needed.
•• PUME is equipped with 8 points of digital input terminal (DI) and 8 points of digital output (DO) terminals. PUME is also
equipped with communication port and supports Modbus RTU.
•• Space and labor saving wiring ; with only one unit directly connected to power supply and RS-485, all connected controllers are
also connected to them internally via side connectors.
Hereinafter, PUME will be also referred to as “this equipment” or “event input/output module”.
Confirming accessories
Before using the product, please confirm that all of following accessories are included.
Description
Quantity
Temperature Controller Event Input/Output Module
1 unit
Instruction manual (Installation)
1 copy
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1.2 Model Code
1 .2 Model Code
Event Input/Output Module
1
2
3
4
5
6
P U M
7
8
9 10
Y Y 1 –
0
E
C
R
A
B
Description
Module type
Event input/output module [DI 8 points / DO 8 points]
Output type
Transisitor open collector (sink) output
Relay contact output
Instruction manual
Japanese
English
Accessories
1
2
3
4
5
P U M Z *
1-4
6
7
8
A
A
A
A
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
1
Description
RS-485 terminating resistance
DIN rail mounting end plate
Side conneting terminal cover (right & left 1 set)
Front face screw terminal cover
Loader connecting cable (RS-232C)
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
1 .3 Part Names and Functions
External View
Main unit
STATION
23
45
7 89
OUT4
Base part
LOADER
6
OUT3
PUM-E
F01
OUT2
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
E
OUT1
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
CD
COM
AB
PWR
Front terminal block
Front terminal block
The front terminal block consists of loader communication port, station No. configuration switch, and LED indicator lamps.
•• The front terminal block can be removed from the main body without tools in seconds.
Main unit
The main unit of the controller is equipped with event input/output function.
The main unit can be removed from the base part without tools in seconds.
Base part
The base part incorporates power terminal, RS-485 terminal and lateral connection connectors with a DIN-rail mounting structure.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Front Terminal Block
LED indicator
PUM-E
LOADER
Loader communication port
F012
STATION
345
Station No. configuration switch
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
BCD
PWR
LED indicator
LED lamps indicate the following operational conditions.
Illuminated LED
GREEN
PWR
RUN
COM
RS-485 receiving
RED
Error
(internal communication FAULT)
DI1 to DI8 *
DO1 to DO8 *
—
Orange
—
RS-485 transmitting
Digital inputting
Digital outputting
* Actions to be displayed for COM, can be allocated by parameter.
Loader communication port
Loader communication port is an interface to connect PUME with a PC with a parameter loader software installed using an optional
loader connecting cable.
Station No. configuration switch
Station No. configuration switch sets the station number of each controller.
The actual station number will be the number set by Station No. configuration switch plus 17.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
Base Part
Mounting screw hole
Module connector
(Connect controllers
laterally)
Module connector
(Connect controllers laterally)
Power terminal block
RS-485 terminal block
Mounting screw hole
Locking tab
Module connector
Module connectors connect controllers laterally.
Power terminal block
Power terminal block connects power supply to PUME.
If any one of connected controllers is directly connected with power supply, power will be provided to all of controllers via side
connectors.
RS-485 terminal block
RS-485 terminal block connects an RS-485 communication cable to perform serial communication with PLC, operation display,
and PC, etc.
If any one of connected controllers is directly connected with RS-485, all of controllers will be also connected via side connectors.
Locking tab
Locking tab fastens a controller onto DIN rail when mounting controllers to a DIN rail. Locking tabs also fasten controllers onto
each others.
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1.3 Part Names and Functions
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1 Overview
3 Installation
4 System Setting
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
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System Configuration Example...... 2-3
2.1
2 System Configuration Example
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System Configuration
Example
2.1 System Configuration Example
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2.1 System Configuration Example
2 .1 System Configuration Example
The following diagram shows an example of a temperature controller system of multi-loop module type temperature controller
PUM series including PUME.
System Configuration Using Event Input/Output Module Controllers
The following functions are added if event input/output module are included in the system.
•• Control module are operated by digital input.
•• Event output such as alarm and distributed output are possible.
Point
●● As for digital input (DI), function source module setting is designated on the control module.
●● As for digital output (DO), function source module is designated on the event input/output module.
Control module + analog input/output module
(Total max.16 units)
Windows PC
(PUM parameter loader)
Windows PC
(Citect SCADA)
Operation display,
PLC, etc.
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Event input/output module
(Total max.16 units)
Internal
communication
RS-485
RS-232C
RS-485 converter
RS-485 communication
Modbus RTU
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2.1 System Configuration Example
Point
●● Master/slave setting
Set the leftmost controller of connected controllers as “Master” and the rest of them as “Slave”. Each controller needs to be set
as “Master” or “Slave” via loader communication port only one. When connecting a parameter loader software via loader communication port, it is only necessary to connect it with the master controller and the setting for the all of slave controllers can be
also done. (If a slave controller is directly connected, the setting for other controllers cannot be done.)
After installation, check whether the controller is “master” or “slave” by LED indicator.
LED indicator
LED lamp condition
Green lamp will be illuminated at start up and during
PWR indicator of slave module
operation.
●● Station number of control module (1 to 16)
In order to perform communication correctly, setting station number is required. Set the leftmost controller to “1”. Number the
rest of controllers consecutively as “2”, “3”, …… “16”. Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
Note
●● Station number of event input/output module (17 to 32)
The station number of event input/output module must start with “17”. Number the rest of controllers consecutively as “18”, “19”,
…… “32”. Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
Basic setting items
In case of this example, the following settings are required.
P1-6
●● Station number setting See Control module user’s manual
●● Master/slave setting
See Control module user’s manual
●● RS-485 communication setting See Control module user’s manual
●● DI function select See Control module user’s manual
●● DI master station setting See Control module user’s manual
●● Event output setting ●● DO master module station number ●● DO master madule channel number 2-4
P4-18
P4-18
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1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
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Installation
3.2
Dimensions....................................... 3-5
3.3
Mounting Controllers....................... 3-6
3.4
Attaching Accessories
(Optional)........................................ 3-11
3.5
Mounting with Screws................... 3-12
3.6
Terminal Block Diagram................ 3-13
4 System Setting
Installation Procedure...................... 3-3
3 Installation
3.1
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
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3.1 Installation Procedure
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3.1 Installation Procedure
3 .1 Installation Procedure
Followings are the procedure of setting for startup via PUM parameter loader software, and setting between host equipment and
test operation.
Stand Alone System
•• Control module need station number setting and master/slave setting.
•• Setting for all of the connected modules can be done by connecting the master module with a PUM parameter loader software.
Legend
1
1
Necessary step
1
Step necessary depending on conditions
Installation
Confirm installation dimensions.
● External dimensions
3-5
Decide installation method
2
● DIN-rail mounting
3-8
● Mounting with screws
3-12
● Connecting module controllers
3-9
Wiring
Please do not turn the power of any controllers
ON until all wiring is complete.
3
● Power / RS-485 communication
3-14
● Front terminals
3-13
Setting of Event input/output module controller
● Operation parameter /
communication parameter setting
4
Station number setting
Set station number with the station
number configuration switch on the
1-6
front of the front terminal block.
5
6
Preparing loader software
Set RS-485 communication in order to communicating with a host
● Connect PC with PUM loader
system. When applying enhanced communication, set “Enhanced
software installed with the master
communication module (PUMC) connection” setting to “1: PUMC
control module controller using a
loader connecting cable.
● Start the loader software.
not connected (RS-485 Disable)”.
See PUM parameter loader
user’s manual
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Communication parameter setting
● Communication speed/parity
4-36
● RS-485 Communication permission setting
4-36
● Enhancred communication module (PUMC) connection
4-37
● RS-485 Response interval time setting
4-38
Operation parameter setting
● Master module controller setting
2-4
● Digital input setting
4-7
● Digital output setting
4-15
● Control output setting
4-15
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3.1 Installation Procedure
Setting of RS-485 Communication Host System
•• Setting of host equipment and PUM must be the same to perform communication correctly.
•• Please do not turn the power of any controllers ON until all wiring is complete.
1
Wiring for communication line
Please do not turn the power of any controllers ON until all
wiring is complete.
Refer to 3.6 Terminal block diagram and install wiring for
3-13
communication line.
2
Preparation of communication program
● Prepare a host system with a communication program
installed.
● Start the communication program.
3
Communication port setting
4
Communication condition setting
Set communication speed, etc. Setting must be the same as
the module controller.
5
Power ON
Turn the power ON after all wiring is complete.
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3.2 Dimensions
3 .2 Dimensions
Dimensions
Refer to the dimensions shown below and provide enough clearance space when installation controllers.
Front screw terminal
cover (optional)
Terminal block
(when detached
from the main unit)
30
LOADER
345
6
100
50
F012
STATION
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
85
6
1.5
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
Base part
(when detached
from the main unit)
PUM-E
BCD
PWR
(10)
6.1
DIN rail
(30)
When locking tab is released
(when mounting / dismounting
to / from DIN rails)
(8)
5
Terminal
Screw size M3
Terminal
Screw size M3
Main unit
(when detached from the base part)
Unit [mm]
Cautions when mounting
30 or more
30 or more
In order to aid heat dissipation, 30mm of clearance (50mm recommended) above and under the controllers should be provided.
Unit [mm]
Point
When mounting / dismounting controllers to / from DIN rails, 30mm of clearance above and under the controllers should be
provided.
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3.3 Mounting Controllers
3 .3 Mounting Controllers
How to Remove Front Terminal Block / Base Part from the Main Unit
Front terminal block and base part of this equipment are removable from the main unit without tools in seconds, which enables
easy mounting and maintenance.
How to remove front terminal block
1. Press the lock lever on the top of the main unit.
Lock lever
2. Pull down the front terminal block.
3. Detach the cutout on the lower end of the front terminal
block from the projection on the main unit.
Point
Front terminal block
●● When attaching the front terminal block to the main unit,
take the reverse procedure to removing the front terminal
block from the main unit.
Main unit
●● Make sure that the lock lever of the main unit is fitted into the
front terminal block.
Main unit
Projection
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3.3 Mounting Controllers
How to remove base part
1. Press the lock lever on the top of the main unit.
Lock lever
2. Pull down the upper part of main unit.
3. Detach the cutout on the lower end of back of main unit
from the projection on the base part.
Point
●● When attaching the base part to the main unit, take the reverse procedure to removing the base part from the main
Base part
unit.
●● Make sure that the lock lever of the main unit is fitted into
Main unit
the base part.
Main unit
Projection
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3.3 Mounting Controllers
Mounting to DIN Rails
Mounting controllers
1. Pull down the locking tab of the base part. Hook the back
of the controller onto the upper part of DIN rail.
2. Push the controller in the direction of arrow 2.
Hook the back
of controller
DIN rail
Locking tab
3. Push up the locking tab to fasten the controller onto DIN
rail.
Point
●● When connecting controllers after mounting to DIN rail,
push up the locking tab after doing so.
3
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3.3 Mounting Controllers
Connecting controllers
1. Check that locking tabs are pulled down (released).
COM
345
E
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
345
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
F012
STATION
7 8 9A
OUT4
6
OUT3
BCD
OUT2
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
PWR
LOADER
E
PUM-A
COM
BCD
2. Connect controllers with each other using side connectors.
PWR
OUT1
Side connector
Locking tab
3. After mounting connected controllers onto DIN rail, make
COM
STATION
345
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
345
7 8 9A
7 8 9A
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
PWR
LOADER
E
PUM-E
6
345
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
F012
STATION
7 8 9A
OUT4
6
OUT3
E
OUT2
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
COM
E
PWR
LOADER
BCD
Controllers are fastened to DIN rail and to each other.
PUM-A
COM
BCD
PWR
OUT1
BCD
sure to push up all locking tabs.
4. All connected controllers are connected to power supply
and RS-485 via side connectors if one of controllers is directly connected to them.
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3.3 Mounting Controllers
Order of Controllers
PUM series module type temperature controllers should be connected in the order shown below.
Event input/output module
Control module + Analog input/output module
COM
OUT2
STATION
345
2 3
No.128 (Fixed) No.1 (master)
No.2 · · · · · · No.16 (maximum)
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
345
7 8 9A
OUT4
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
OUT3
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
PWR
LOADER
7 8 9A
5 6
PUM-A
COM
6
4
PWR
E
x1
Slave
OUT1
F012
7 8
9 0 1
SD
RD
LOADER
E
5 6
4
L.ERR
PUM-C
BCD
STATION No.
x10
7 8
9 0 1
BUS
2 3
PWR
L.RUN
Control module
(master)
BCD
Enhanced communication module
No.17
No.18 · · · · · · No.32 (maximum)
Station number
Point
Basically connect controllers from left to right in the order of station number.
●● Assign station numbers 1 to 16 to control module and analog input/output module. Maximum 16 units in total can be connected. Make sure that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
●● When setting slave or master, set the control module controller of station No.1 as the master controller. The master controller
should be on the extreme left if an enhanced communication module is not used.
●● Assign station numbers 17 to 32 to event input/output module controllers. Maximum 16 units can be connected. Make sure
that there is no duplicate station number in the same system.
When using an enhanced communication module, always remember to place it on the extreme left.
●● An enhanced communication module should be on the left of the master control module controller, which makes it at the far
left end of connected controllers.
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3.4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)
3 .4 Attaching Accessories (Optional)
Attaching Side Connecting Terminal Covers
PWR
LOADER
COM
345
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
STATION
F012
PUM-E
STATION
345
E
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
F012
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
F012
F012
PWR
LOADER
345
7 8 9A
E
PUM-E
STATION
6
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
7 8 9A
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
6
F012
PWR
LOADER
345
7 8 9A
E
PUM-E
STATION
6
7 8 9A
BCD
OUT4
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
7 8 9A
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
BCD
COM
345
BCD
PWR
LOADER
STATION
6
OUT3
BCD
PUM-A
COM
OUT2
6
exposed. To prevent accidents and to protect them, we recom-
PWR
OUT1
BCD
Side connectors on the both ends of connected controllers are
mend to attach side connecting terminal covers (PUMZ*A03) to
the ends of the rightmost and leftmost controllers.
Side connecting terminal covers
(right and left 1set)
Attaching End Plates
In order to secure controllers onto DIN rail more tightly, end
PWR
LOADER
COM
345
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
PUM-E
LOADER
DIN rail mounting
end plate
STATION
F012
F012
PUM-E
STATION
345
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
F012
PWR
LOADER
345
E
PUM-E
STATION
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
7 8 9A
F012
PWR
LOADER
345
6
E
PUM-E
STATION
7 8 9A
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
6
7 8 9A
BCD
OUT4
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
F012
COM
345
E
PWR
LOADER
STATION
6
OUT3
BCD
PUM-A
COM
OUT2
BCD
PWR
OUT1
BCD
DIN rail mounting
end plate
BCD
plates (PUMZ*A02) can be used.
Note
●● When attaching end plates, make sure to attach side con-
Side connecting terminal covers
(right and left 1set)
necting terminal covers first.
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3.5 Mounting with Screws
3 .5 Mounting with Screws
When mounting controllers with screws inside a cabinet, check the screw hole size of the base part and the mounting position
beforehand.
Point
●● Mounting screws are not included in the product. Prepare two M3 screws per unit.
1. Refer to the right figure for the mounting screw hole
2-M3
(30)
9±0.2
(3)
(100)
88.5 ±0.2
size and the pitch to decide the mounting position.
+0.2
30+0.7
Unit [mm]
2. Remove the main units from the base parts.
See [3.3 Mounting controllers] 3-6
3. Connect base parts. Push up to fasten all the locking
tabs.
4. Fixate the base parts onto the mounting position inside the cabinet with screws.
5. Attach the main units to the base parts.
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3.6 Terminal Block Diagram
3 .6 Terminal Block Diagram
Wiring
DI1
DC 24V
DI8
DI7
DI6
DI5
DC 24V
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
OUT3
OUT4
21
22
Transistor
open collector
(sink) output
LOADER
DC 24V
11 COM
STATION
Relay
contact output
345
23
13
24
14
25
15
26
16
27
17
28
18
29
19
30
20
14
L
12
15
L
Transistor
open collector
(sink) output
L
L
DO4
DO4
16 COM
L
DO3
DO3
DC 24V
L
DO2
13 DO2
L
11
Relay
contact output
17 DO5
18 DO6
19
20
COM
DO1
12 DO1
L
7 8 9A
DI2
OUT2
PUM-E
6
DI3
21
OUT1
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
F012
DI4
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
BCD
PWR
DO7
DO8
COM
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Point
●● For digital input (voltage contact input), external power supply 24V DC is required. The input is common for sink and source
and used for both directions.
●● For digital output (relay output), external power supply for drive load is required. The contact capacity of relay output relay is
220V AC/30V DC, 1A.
●● For digital output (transistor open collector output), external power supply for drive load is required. The rating capacity of the
output transistor is 24V DC, 100mA. (Residual voltage when power is ON: 1.5V DC or less)
●● Note that the insulation class for this equipment is as follows. Before installing, please confirm that the insulation class for this
equipment meets usage requirements.
Power
Loader communication port
RS-485 communication port
Di1 to 4
Di5 to 8
Do1 to 4
Do5 to 8
Functional insulation (1000V AC)
Functional insulation (500V AC)
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3.6 Terminal Block Diagram
Wiring for Power Supply / RS-485
Terminal layout
Power terminal and RS-485 terminal are on the base part of each controller.
The terminal layout of all controllers is the same.
Power supply and RS-485 are connected to connected controllers via side connectors if one of controllers is directly connected
to them.
Power terminal
RS-485 terminal
24V DC (−)
B (−)
24V DC (+)
SG
A (+)
Note
●● For wiring to the terminal block, apply crimp type terminals size M3.
Make sure to use screws included in this product only.
Screw size
: M3×7 (with square washer)
Screw tightening torque
: 0.78N·m (8kgf·cm)
●● Apply power cable with allowable current capacity larger than total consumption current of all connected controllers.
●● For wiring to RS-485, a cable equivalent to KPEV-SB 0.5sq should be used.
●● For wiring to power terminal, do not apply more than two cables to be terminal. (Power cable should be connected to power
terminal directly from the power unit.)
●● Please prepare power cables and crimp terminals of the size indicated below.
Power cable
Cable type
Size
Thermocouple (Compensation lead wire)
1.25mm2 or less
Power supply
1.25mm2 or less
Crimp terminal
Cable size
Screw tightening torque
Ring crimp terminal
3-14
3.2mm
6.0mm or less
φ3.2mm
6.0mm or less
0.8N·m
0.25 to 1.25mm2
Y crimp terminal
INP-TN5A0199-E
3.6 Terminal Block Diagram
Connection of RS-485 terminating resistance
RS-485 terminating resistance should be connected to the controller at the opposite end from the controller to which RS-485 communication line is connected.
RS-232C
24V DC
RS-485 converter
RS-485 connection
Terminating resistance connection
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3.6 Terminal Block Diagram
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INP-TN5A0199-E
1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
4
System Setting
Operating Method............................. 4-3
4.2
Input Setting..................................... 4-7
4.3
Output Setting................................ 4-15
4.4
Communication Setting................. 4-35
4.5
Monitor............................................ 4-39
3 Installation
4.1
4 System Setting
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
INP-TN5A0199-E
4-1
4.1 Operating Method
4-2
INP-TN5A0199-E
4.1 Operating Method
4 .1 Operating Method
Operating Method
The following operations can be performed while running this equipment:
Control Value Operation
●● DO Latch Release ●● DI Latch Release ●● Run/Standby Switch INP-TN5A0199-E
4-4
4-5
4-5
4-3
4.1 Operating Method
DO Latch Release
It is for releasing DO (Digital Output) latch.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
Digital output latch
releases command
0: OFF
1: Latch Release
None
0
R/W
40023 (0016h)
When the DO latch specification bit is ON (valid) in Output Option Settings from DO1 to DO8 4-20
, the DO signal is
latched. To release the latch, set “1” to the DO latch releases command. The DO latch release command will automatically be “0”
after the latch is released.
DO Signal
ON
OFF
When latch specification is ON even
if the DO signal changes from ON to
OFF, the DO latch signal stays ON.
DO Latch Signal ON
OFF
When the DO signal changes from
OFF to ON, the DO latch signal will
be ON.
When the DO latch is released,
the DO latch signal will be OFF.
If “1” is set to “DO Latch Release Command,” latch of all from DO1 to DO8 can be released.
Note
The DO latch function will be valid when the “Output Type Setting” 4-4
4-17
is “0” (event output).
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4.1 Operating Method
DI Latch Release
It is for releasing DI (Digital Input) latch.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
Digital input latch releases command
0: OFF
1: Latch Release
None
0
R/W
40022 (0015h)
When the latch specification bit of DI transferred to the control module is ON (valid) in Input Option Settings from DI1 to DI8
4-8
, the DI signal is latched. To release the latch, set “1” to the DI latch releases command. The DI latch release command will automatically be “0” after the latch is released.
DI Signal (Terminal) ON
OFF
DI Latch Signal
When latch Specification is ON even
if the DI signal (terminal) changes from
ON to OFF, the DI latch signal stays ON.
ON
OFF
When the DI signal (terminal) changes When the DI latch is released,
from OFF to ON, the DI latch signal
the DI latch signal will be OFF.
will be ON.
If “1” is set to “DI Latch Releases Command,” the latch of all from DO1 to DO8 can be released.
RUN/Standby Switch
It is for setting either operation mode or standby mode for this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number (Relative Address)
Run/Standby switch
0: RUN
1: Standby
None
0
R/W
40021 (0014h)
The DI transfer value and DO output value in the standby mode should be set according to “Standby Mode Setting” 4-32
and “Standby Output Setting .
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,
4-5
4.1 Operating Method
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4.2 Input Setting
4 .2 Input Setting
Input Setting
It is for setting the digital input (DI).
●● DI Input Option 4-8
●● Input NOT Setting 4-10
●● Input AND Setting 4-11
●● Input OR Setting 4-13
Digital Input Setting
This equipment has 8 digital input terminals (DI1 to DI8), and 8 input registers (DI1 to DI8).
Calculation is done based on the value that has been input from outside hardware to the terminal and the set value of each parameter. The calculation result will be stored in the internal resister.
The value stored in the internal register will be transferred to the control module or PLC operation module through inter-module
communication.
Event input/output module (DI function block)
Internal register
Control module
or
PLC operation
module
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Inter-module
communication
DI1 data
DI2 data
DI3 data
DI4 data
DI5 data
DI6 data
DI7 data
DI8 data
Input terminal
DI calculation
• Latch
specification
• NOT
• AND
• OR
DI1 terminal
DI2 terminal
DI3 terminal
DI4 terminal
DI5 terminal
DI6 terminal
DI7 terminal
DI8 terminal
4-7
4.2 Input Setting
DI Input Option Setting
It is for setting valid/invalid of the option function for each DI input.
Each DI input has parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Factory
Default
Unit
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
DI1:40701 (02BCh)
DI2:40705 (02C0h)
DI1 input option
DI3:40709 (02C4h)
to
0 to 15
None
0
R/W
DI4:40713 (02C8h)
DI5:40717 (02CCh)
DI6:40721 (02D0h)
DI8 input option
DI7:40725 (02D4h)
DI8:40729 (02D8h)
Set value of DI Input Option
Set “1” to all option bits to be used. For the actual set value, input a value by converting a binary digit to a decimal number.
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/Latch specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit1/NOT calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit2/AND calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit3/OR calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
•• Latch Specification
It is for setting whether to hold (latch) ON when the target DI is ON. To release the latch, “DI Latch Release” 4-5
must be performed.
•• NOT Calculation Specification
The input of specified DI will be inverted.
•• AND Calculation Specification
When the DI inputs specified in the “Input AND Setting” 4-11
are all “ON”, the value of the target DI will be “ON.”
•• OR Calculation Specification
When any one of the DI inputs specified in the “Input OR Setting” 4-13
is “ON,” the value of the target DI will be
“ON.”
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4.2 Input Setting
DI Input Calculation Flow
DI inputs are calculated in the following sequence:
DI1 to DI8
Latch
Function
NOT
Calculation
AND
Calculation
OR
Calculation
DI data (8 bit)
Each DI has all DI statuses for calculation. Using this DI status, calculation of the target DI is performed.
■DI terminal
DI1 terminal
DI2 terminal
DI3 terminal
DI4 terminal
DI5 terminal
DI6 terminal
DI7 terminal
DI8 terminal
□Latch specification
DI input option
(bit0)
DI1 latch specification
DI2 latch specification
DI3 latch specification
DI4 latch specification
DI5 latch specification
DI6 latch specification
DI7 latch specification
DI8 latch specification
□AND calculation
specification
DI input option
(bit2)
DI1 AND specification
DI1 DI1 AND valid
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
DI8 AND specification
DI1 DI8 AND valid
■DI data 2
□NOT calculation
specification
DI input option
(bit1)
DI1 date (latch)
DI2 date (latch)
DI3 date (latch)
DI4 date (latch)
DI5 date (latch)
DI6 date (latch)
DI7 date (latch)
DI8 date (latch)
■DI data 4
DI1 date (AND)
DI2 date (AND)
DI3 date (AND)
DI4 date (AND)
DI5 date (AND)
DI6 date (AND)
DI7 date (AND)
DI8 date (AND)
DI1 NOT specification
DI2 NOT specification
DI3 NOT specification
DI4 NOT specification
DI5 NOT specification
DI6 NOT specification
DI7 NOT specification
DI8 NOT specification
□OR calculation
specification
DI input option
(bit3)
DI1 OR specification
DI1 DI1 OR valid
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
DI8
■DI data 5
DI1 date (OR)
DI2 date (OR)
DI3 date (OR)
DI4 date (OR)
DI5 date (OR)
DI6 date (OR)
DI7 date (OR)
DI8 date (OR)
DI1 date (NOT)
DI2 date (NOT)
DI3 date (NOT)
DI4 date (NOT)
DI5 date (NOT)
DI6 date (NOT)
DI7 date (NOT)
DI8 date (NOT)
Internal register
DI1 date
DI2 date
DI3 date
DI4 date
DI5 date
DI6 date
DI7 date
DI8 date
DI8 OR specification
DI1 DI8 OR valid
DI2
DI2
DI3
DI3
DI4
DI4
DI5
DI5
DI6
DI6
DI7
DI7
DI8
DI8
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■DI data 3
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4.2 Input Setting
Input NOT Setting
It is for setting whether to perform NOT calculation for each DI input.
The DI input of which bit 1 is “1” (ON) in the “DI Input Option” 4-8
will be inverted for inputting.
The “Input AND Setting” 4-13
use the DI input in which the result of the “Input NOT
4-11
and “Input OR Setting” Setting” is reflected.
Note
If DI is latched, the latch is performed with the input inverted.
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4.2 Input Setting
Input AND Setting
It is for setting the DI input for AND calculation.
Each DI input has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
DI1:40703 (02BEh)
DI2:40707 (02C2h)
DI1 input logic operation AND
DI3:40711 (02C6h)
to
0000h to 00FFh
None
DI8 input logic operation AND
0000h
R/W
DI4:40715 (02CAh)
DI5:40719 (02CEh)
DI6:40723 (02D2h)
DI7:40727 (02D6h)
DI8:40731 (02DAh)
Set Value of Input AND Setting
The DI input for AND calculation will be specified by a bit. When the specified DI inputs are all ON, the target DI value will be
“1.”
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/DI1 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit1/DI2 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit2/DI3 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit3/DI4 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit4/DI5 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit5/DI6 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit6/DI7 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit7/DI8 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
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4.2 Input Setting
•• An example of use
When the inputs of DI1, DI3, and DI5 are all ON, if you want to set “1” to DI1 to be transferred to control module:
The DI1 input AND setting will be as follows:
“DI1 Input logic operation AND”
: 0001 0101b
: 0015h
After the above setting is performed, DI1 value to be transferred will be “1” only when DI1, DI3 and DI5 are all ON, and will
be “0” when not all of them are ON.
4-12
DI1
DI3
DI5
DI1 value to be
transferred
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
0
ON
OFF
ON
0
ON
OFF
OFF
0
OFF
ON
ON
0
OFF
ON
OFF
0
OFF
OFF
ON
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
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4.2 Input Setting
Input OR Setting
It is for setting the DI input for OR calculation.
Each DI input has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
DI1:40704 (02BFh)
DI2:40708 (02C3h)
DI1 input logic operation OR
DI3:40712 (02C7h)
to
0000h to 00FFh
None
DI8 input logic operation OR
0000h
R/W
DI4:40716 (02CBh)
DI5:40720 (02CFh)
DI6:40724 (02D3h)
DI7:40728 (02D7h)
DI8:40732 (02DBh)
Set Value of Input OR Setting
The DI input for OR calculation will be specified by a bit. If any one of specified DI inputs is ON, the target DI will be “1.”
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/DI1 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit1/DI2 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit2/DI3 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit3/DI4 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit4/DI5 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit5/DI6 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit6/DI7 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit7/DI8 Specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
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4.2 Input Setting
•• An example of use
When any one of the inputs of DI1, DI3 and DI5 is ON, if you want set “1” to the transfer output of DI1:
DI1 input OR should be set as follows:
“DI1 input logic operation OR”
: 0001 0101b
: 0015h
After the above setting is performed, the value of DI1 to be transferred will be “1” when any one of the inputs of DI1, DI3
and DI5 is ON, and the value will be “0” when all of them are OFF.
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DI1
DI3
DI5
DI1 value to be
transferred
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
1
ON
OFF
ON
1
ON
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
ON
1
OFF
ON
OFF
1
OFF
OFF
ON
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
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4.3 Output Setting
4 .3 Output Setting
Output Setting
On this equipment, digital output (DO) types can be used by changing them to the event output or the control output.
Output Type Setting
●● Output Types 4-17
For explanations of the following settings, icons are also shown according to the output type that needs to be set.
•• Event Output . ........................................................
•• Control Output........................................................
Event
Control
Setting must be performed according to the selected output type.
Output Settings for Event Output
●● Output Source 4-18
●● BIT Position Specification 4-20
●● DO Output Option ●● Output NOT Setting ●● Output AND Setting 4-19
4-22
4-23
4-25
●● Output OR Setting 4-31
●● Internal DO Area
Output Settings for Control Output
●● Output Source 4-18
●● Output Scaling Base and Span Setting 4-28
●● DO Proportional Cycle ●● Output Limit 4-27
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●● Internal DO Area 4-31
Other settings
●● Standby Output Set Value ●● FAULT Output 1 Set Value INP-TN5A0199-E
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4.3 Output Setting
Digital Output
This equipment has 8 digital output terminals (DO1 to DO8), and 8 output registers (DO1 to DO8).
The digital output data that have been transferred from the control module and PLC operation module through internal communication will be put in the internal register for each DO. Then, logic calculation will be performed and the calculated result will be
output from the digital output terminal.
Event input/output module (DO function block)
Internal register
Control module
or
PLC operation
module
Inter-module
communication
DO1 output source setting
DO2 output source setting
DO3 output source setting
DO4 output source setting
DO5 output source setting
DO6 output source setting
DO7 output source setting
DO8 output source setting
DO1 data
DO2 data
DO3 data
DO4 data
DO5 data
DO6 data
DO7 data
DO8 data
Output terminal
DO calculation
• Latch
specification
• NOT
• AND
• OR
DO1 terminal
DO2 terminal
DO3 terminal
DO4 terminal
DO5 terminal
DO6 terminal
DO7 terminal
DO8 terminal
Referring to the event
input/output module
internal register.
Internal DO area 1
to
Internal DO area 16
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4.3 Output Setting
Output Types
It is for setting an output type for each DO output terminal.
Each DO output terminal has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40401 (0190h)
DO2:40415 (019Eh)
DO3:40429 (01ACh)
DO1 output type
to
0: Event Output
1: Control Output
None
0
R/W
DO8 output type
DO4:40443 (01BAh)
DO5:40457 (01C8h)
DO6:40471 (01D6h)
DO7:40485 (01E4h)
DO8:40499 (01F2h)
Output Value from DO Output Terminal
•• When the output type is “0” (event output):
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The event of the output source will be output from DO output terminal.
•• When the output type is “1” (control output):
4-18
The output value from the output source INP-TN5A0199-E
will be output from the DO output terminal.
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4.3 Output Setting
Output Source
Event
Control
It is for setting the master station number and channel number of the reference and output source module for each DO output
terminal.
Each DO output terminal has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40402 (0191h)
DO2:40416 (019Fh)
DO3:40430 (01ADh)
DO1 Master module St. No.
to
0 to 16
None
0
DO4:40444 (01BBh)
R/W
DO5:40458 (01C9h)
DO8 Master module St. No.
DO6:40472 (01D7h)
DO7:40486 (01E5h)
DO8:40500 (01F3h)
DO1:40403 (0192h)
DO2:40417 (01A0h)
DO1 Master module
Ch. No.
to
DO3:40431 (01AEh)
1 to 4
None
1
DO4:40445 (01BCh)
R/W
DO5:40459 (01CAh)
DO8 Master module
Ch. No.
DO6:40473 (01D8h)
DO7:40487 (01E6h)
DO8:40501 (01F4h)
Master module St. Setting and Master module Ch. Setting
•• Set “the reference/output source module number (the rotary switch position + 1)” to the master module St. No. Set “the reference/output source channel number” to the master module Ch. No.
•• If “0” is set to the master module St. No., the corresponding internal DO area 4-31
will be referred as the output
source.
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4.3 Output Setting
Bit Position Specification
Event
It is for specifying the reference data by the bit position for each DO output terminal.
Parameter
Range
MODBUS Register
Factory
Unit
Attribute
Default
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40404 (0193h)
DO2:40418 (01A1h)
DO3:40432 (01AFh)
DO1 BIT position
to
0000h to FFFFh
None
0000h
DO4:40446 (01BDh)
R/W
DO5:40460 (01CBh)
DO8 BIT position
DO6:40474 (01D9h)
DO7:40488 (01E7h)
DO8:40502 (01F5h)
Bit Position Specification Setting
The operation status (bit 10, 12 to 15) and the state of event outputs from 1 to 5 (bit 0 to 4) of each Ch. of reference module can
be referred as 16-bit data.
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[Event output 1]
[Event output 2]
[Event output 3]
[Event output 4]
[Event output 5]
[Remote mode]
[Standby mode]
[Manual mode]
[Local mode]
[Fault status]
The values obtained by OR calculation of specified bits will be the reference data for DO output.
For event output settings from 1 to 5, refer to the Users Manual for the control modules.
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4.3 Output Setting
DO Output Option
Event
It is for setting valid/invalid of the option function for each DO output.
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40405 (0194h)
DO2:40419 (01A2h)
DO3:40433 (01B0h)
DO1 output option
to
0000h to 000Fh
None
0000h
DO4:40447 (01BEh)
R/W
DO5:40461 (01CCh)
DO8 output option
DO6:40475 (01DAh)
DO7:40489 (01E8h)
DO8:40503 (01F6h)
Set value of DO Output Option
DO output option settings will be specified by a bit. The option function of which bit is “ON” will be performed.
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/Latch specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit1/NOT calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit2/AND calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
[bit3/OR calculation specification (1:ON 0:OFF)]
•• Latch Specification
It is for setting whether to hold ON when the target DO is ON. To release the latch, “DO Latch Release” 4-4
must
be performed.
•• NOT Calculation Specification
The DO output will be inverted.
•• AND Calculation Specification
When the DO outputs of the bit position specified in the “Input AND Setting,” 4-11
are all “ON,” the value of the target
DO should be “ON.”
•• OR Calculation Specification
When any one of the bits among DO outputs of bit position specified in the “Input OR Setting” 4-13
is “ON”, the value
of the target DO should be “ON.”
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4.3 Output Setting
DO Output Calculation Flow
DO output is calculated in the following sequence:
DO1 to DO8
Latch
Function
NOT
Calculation
AND
Calculation
OR
Calculation
DO1 to DO8
terminals
Each DO has all DO status for calculation. Using this DO for calculation, the target DO will be calculated.
■DO data 0
Temperature control
link area 1
Temperature control
link area 2
Temperature control
link area 3
Temperature control
link area 4
Temperature control
link area 5
Temperature control
link area 6
Temperature control
link area 7
Temperature control
link area 8
□Master
specification
parameter
■DO data 1
□Latch specification
output option
(bit 0)
■DO data 2
□NOT calculation
specification
output option
(bit 1)
DO1 master St/Ch
DO1 output source
DO1 latch specification
DO1 data (latch)
DO1 NOT specification
DO2 master St/Ch
DO2 output source
DO2 latch specification
DO2 data (latch)
DO2 NOT specification
DO3 master St/Ch
DO3 output source
DO3 latch specification
DO3 data (latch)
DO3 NOT specification
DO4 master St/Ch
DO4 output source
DO4 latch specification
DO4 data (latch)
DO4 NOT specification
DO5 master St/Ch
DO5 output source
DO5 latch specification
DO5 data (latch)
DO5 NOT specification
DO6 master St/Ch
DO6 output source
DO6 latch specification
DO6 data (latch)
DO6 NOT specification
DO7 master St/Ch
DO7 output source
DO7 latch specification
DO7 data (latch)
DO7 NOT specification
DO8 master St/Ch
DO8 output source
DO8 latch specification
DO8 data (latch)
DO8 NOT specification
Internal DO area 1
Internal DO area 2
Internal DO area 3
Internal DO area 4
Internal DO area 5
Internal DO area 6
Internal DO area 7
Internal DO area 8
■DO data 3
DO1 data (NOT)
DO2 data (NOT)
DO3 data (NOT)
DO4 data (NOT)
DO5 data (NOT)
DO6 data (NOT)
DO7 data (NOT)
DO8 data (NOT)
□AND calculation
specification
output option
(bit 2)
DO1
AND specification
DO1 DO1
DO2 AND valid
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO8
AND specification
DO1 DO8
DO2 AND valid
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■DO data 4
DO1 data (AND)
DO2 data (AND)
DO3 data (AND)
DO4 data (AND)
DO5 data (AND)
DO6 data (AND)
DO7 data (AND)
DO8 data (AND)
□OR calculation
specification
output option
(bit 3)
DO1
OR specification
DO1 DO1
DO2 OR valid
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
■DO data 5
DO1 data (OR)
DO2 data (OR)
DO3 data (OR)
DO4 data (OR)
DO5 data (OR)
DO6 data (OR)
DO7 data (OR)
DO8 data (OR)
■DO terminal
DO1 terminal
DO2 terminal
DO3 terminal
DO4 terminal
DO5 terminal
DO6 terminal
DO7 terminal
DO8 terminal
DO8
OR specification
DO1 DO8
DO2 OR valid
DO3
DO3
DO4
DO4
DO5
DO5
DO6
DO6
DO7
DO7
DO8
DO8
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4.3 Output Setting
Output NOT Setting
Event
It is for setting whether to perform NOT calculation for each DO output.
The DO output of which bit 1 in the “DO Output Option” The “Output AND Setting” 4-23
4-20
and “Output OR Setting” is “1” (ON) will be inverted and will be output.
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use the DO output in which the result of the
“output NOT setting” is reflected.
Note
If DO is latched, the latch is performed with the output inverted.
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4.3 Output Setting
Output AND Setting
Event
It is for setting the DO output for AND calculation.
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40407 (0196h)
DO2:40421 (01A4h)
DO1 output logic operation AND
DO3:40435 (01B2h)
to
0000h to 00FFh
None
DO8 output logic operation AND
0000h
R/W
DO4:40449 (01C0h)
DO5:40463 (01CEh)
DO6:40477 (01DCh)
DO7:40491 (01EAh)
DO8:40505 (01F8h)
Set Value of Output AND Setting
The DO output for AND calculation will be specified by a bit. When the specified DO data are all ON, the target DO value should
be “1.”
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/DO1 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit1/DO2 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit2/DO3 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit3/DO4 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit4/DO5 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit5/DO6 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit6/DO7 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit7/DO8 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
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4.3 Output Setting
•• An example of use
If you want to set “1” to the output of DO1 terminal when the outputs of DO1, DO3, and DO5 are all ON;
The DO1 output AND setting will be as follows:
“DO1 Output logic operation AND” : 0001 0101b
: 0015h
After the above setting is performed, the output value of DO1 terminal will be “1” only when DO1, DO3 and DO5 are all ON,
and will be “0” when not all of them are ON.
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DO1 terminal
DO1
DO3
DO5
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
0
ON
OFF
ON
0
ON
OFF
OFF
0
OFF
ON
ON
0
OFF
ON
OFF
0
OFF
OFF
ON
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
output value
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4.3 Output Setting
Output OR Setting
Event
It is for setting the DO output for OR calculation.
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40408 (0197h)
DO2:40422 (01A5h)
DO1 output logic
operation OR
DO3:40436 (01B3h)
to
0000h to 00FFh
None
DO8 output logic
operation OR
0000h
R/W
DO4:40450 (01C1h)
DO5:40464 (01CFh)
DO6:40478 (01DDh)
DO7:40492 (01EBh)
DO8:40506 (01F9h)
Set value of Output OR setting
The DO output for OR calculation will be specified by a bit. If any one of specified DO data is ON, the target DO should be “1.”
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit0/DO1 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit1/DO2 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit2/DO3 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit3/DO4 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit4/DO5 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit5/DO6 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit6/DO7 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
[bit7/DO8 specification (1:Specified 0:Not specified)]
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4.3 Output Setting
•• An example of use
If you want to set “1” to the output of DO1 terminal when any one of the outputs of DO1, DO3, and DO5 are ON:
The DO1 output OR setting will be as follows:
“DO1 Output logic operation OR”
: 0001 0101b
: 0015h
After the above setting is performed, the value of DO1 terminal output will be “1” when any one of DO1, DO3 and DO5 are
ON, and will be “0” when all of them are OFF.
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DO1 terminal
DO1
DO3
DO5
ON
ON
ON
1
ON
ON
OFF
1
ON
OFF
ON
1
ON
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
ON
ON
1
OFF
ON
OFF
1
OFF
OFF
ON
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
output value
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4.3 Output Setting
Output Scaling Base and Span Setting
Control
It is setting for adjusting the output value when the output type is the control output.
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40409 (0198h)
DO2:40423 (01A6h)
DO3:40437 (01B4h)
DO1 scaling base
to
-100.0 to 100.0
%
0.0
DO4:40451 (01C2h)
R/W
DO5:40465 (01D0h)
DO8 scaling base
DO6:40479 (01DEh)
DO7:40493 (01ECh)
DO8:40507 (01FAh)
DO1:40410 (0199h)
DO2:40424 (01A7h)
DO3:40438 (01B5h)
DO1 scaling span
to
-100.0 to 100.0
%
100.0
DO4:40452 (01C3h)
R/W
DO5:40466 (01D1h)
DO8 scaling span
DO6:40480 (01DFh)
DO7:40494 (01EDh)
DO8:40508 (01FBh)
The value that is set in “DO Scaling Base” is output as 0% from the terminal, and the output value is below the set value, the
output will be 0%.
The value that is set in “DO Scaling Span” is output as 100% from the terminal, and the output value is over the set value, the
output will be 100%.
For example, to scale the output value between -80% and
80%, set “-80%” to “DO Scaling Base,” and set “80%” to “DO
Scaling Span.” Then, the output from -80% to 80% will be 0%
to 100% as shown in the figure.
100%
Output
calculation value
80% (span)
Actual output
from the terminal
100%
Lower limit/upper
limit scaling range
-80% (base)
0%
-100%
Note
Make sure that the setting should be “DO Scaling Span Set value” > “DO Scaling Base Set value.”
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4.3 Output Setting
DO Proportional Cycle
Control
It is for setting the proportional cycles for DO outputs.
Point
When the “Output Types” 4-17
is “1” (control out-
Output ON
put), the output signal alternates ON and OFF at a regular
cycle. This ON and OFF cycle is referred to as the Proportional Cycle.
Proportional
cycle
Proportional
cycle
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40411 (019Ah)
DO2:40425 (01A8h)
DO1 Proportion
cycle
to
DO8 Proportion
cycle
DO3:40439 (01B6h)
1 to 120
second
30
R/W
DO4:40453 (01C4h)
DO5:40467 (01D2h)
DO6:40481 (01E0h)
DO7:40495 (01EEh)
DO8:40509 (01FCh)
Note
To synchronize DO action when the proportional cycle is changed, reset this equipment (turn on the power again).
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4.3 Output Setting
Output Limit
Control
It is for setting the lower and upper limits of DO output, and for setting whether to output the value within the limit or without the
limit when the output value reaches the limit value.
Each DO output has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
DO1:40412 (019Bh)
DO2:40426 (01A9h)
DO3:40440 (01B7h)
DO1 Lower limits
to
0.0 to 100.0
%
0.0
R/W
DO8 Lower limits
DO4:40454 (01C5h)
DO5:40468 (01D3h)
DO6:40482 (01E1h)
DO7:40496 (01EFh)
DO8:40510 (01FDh)
DO1:40413 (019Ch)
DO2:40427 (01AAh)
DO3:40441 (01B8h)
DO1 Upper limits
to
0.0 to 100.0
%
100.0
R/W
DO8 Upper limits
DO4:40455 (01C6h)
DO5:40469 (01D4h)
DO6:40483 (01E2h)
DO7:40497 (01F0h)
DO8:40511 (01FEh)
DO1:40414 (019Dh)
DO2:40428 (01ABh)
DO3:40442 (01B9h)
DO1 Limit type
to
DO8 Limit type
0 to 3
None
0
R/W
DO4:40456 (01C7h)
DO5:40470 (01D5h)
DO6:40484 (01E3h)
DO7:40498 (01F1h)
DO8:40512 (01FFh)
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4.3 Output Setting
Set values of DO Limit Type
Select the set value referring to the table below:
Set value
Lower limit
Upper limit
0
-3.0%
103.0%
1
Lower limit value
103.0%
2
-3.0%
Upper limit value
3
Lower limit value
Upper limit value
Depending on the setting, the control outputs will change as shown below:
Output Value
(after the limit)
103%
Upper limit value
Without limit
Limit
Limit
Lower limit value
-3%
4-30
Without
limit
Upper limit value Output value
(before the limit)
Lower limit value
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4.3 Output Setting
Internal DO Area
Event
Control
It is for setting the value that is output from the DO area of the self-module without acquiring the DO output data from the control
module.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
41001 (03E8h)
41002 (03E9h)
41003 (03EAh)
During event output
0: OFF
1: ON
41004 (03EBh)
None
41005 (03ECh)
41006 (03EDh)
Internal DO data
area 1
41007 (03EEh)
0
to
R/W
Internal DO data
area 16
41008 (03EFh)
41009 (03F0h)
41010 (03F1h)
41011 (03F2h)
During control output
0.00 to 100.00
%
41012 (03F3h)
41013 (03F4h)
41014 (03F5h)
41015 (03F6h)
41016 (03F7h)
By setting the output value in the internal DO area from PC and operation display through RS-485 communication, you can set
the DO output at an arbitrary value.
Note
●● This function is valid when the master St. number is “0.”
●● When this equipment is turned off, the value that is set in the internal DO area will be reset to “0.”
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4.3 Output Setting
Standby Output Set Value
It is for setting the output value in the standby mode Event
4-5
Control
.
It has parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
Standby mode
setting
0: Output values while DI is running,
and DO is in standby.
1: Output values while DI stops and
DO is in standby
None
0
R/W
40270 (010Dh)
Standby output set
value
0000h to FFFFh
None
0
R/W
40268 (010Bh)
DI Standby Operation
•• When the “DI standby output set value” is “0”:
The DI input terminal state will be transferred as it is to the control module and PLC operation module.
•• When “DI standby output set value” is “1”:
All DI inputs will be “OFF,” and transferred to the control module and PLC operation module.
DO Standby Operation
DO operations will differ depending on the output type that has been set in “Output Types” 4-17
.
•• When the “Output Type” is “0” (event output):
The DO output value (0:OFF, 1:ON) that has been set in “Standby Output Set Value” will be output from the DO terminal.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[bit DO1 specification]
[bit DO2 specification]
[bit DO3 specification]
[bit DO4 specification]
[bit DO5 specification]
[bit DO6 specification]
[bit DO7 specification]
[bitDO8 specification]
•• When the “Output Type” is “1” (control output):
All DO outputs will be 0% (OFF), and will be output from the DO terminal.
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4.3 Output Setting
FAULT Output 1 Set Value
Event
Control
It is for setting the output value when this equipment is in fault state (communication failure between control modules).
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
FAULT OUT1 set
value
0: HOLD
1: OFF
None
Factory
Default
0
Attribute
R/W
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
40260 (0103h)
DI Operation during Fault
•• When “FAULT OUT1 set value” is “0”:
The DI input terminal will be held in the state before the fault occurred.
•• When “FAULT OUT1 set value” is “1”:
All DI input will be “OFF.”
DO Operation during Fault
•• When “FAULT OUT1 set value” is “0”:
The DO output terminal will be held in the state before the fault occurred.
•• When “FAULT OUT1 set value” is “1”:
All DO output terminal will be “OFF.”
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4.3 Output Setting
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4.4 Communication Setting
4 .4 Communication Setting
Communication Setting
The following communication settings can be performed on this equipment:
●● RS-485 Communication Speed Setting and RS-485 Parity Setting 4-36
●● RS-485 Communication Permission Setting ●● Enhanced Communication Module (PUMC) Connection Permission ●● RS-485 Response Interval Time Setting INP-TN5A0199-E
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4.4 Communication Setting
RS-485 Communication Speed Setting and RS-485 Parity Setting
It is for setting transmission speeds and parity checks of external communication using RS-485.
Each module has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
RS-485 Communication
speed
0 : (9.6kbps)
1 : (19.2kbps)
2 : (38.4kbps)
3 : No Setting
4 : (115.2kbps)
None
1
R/W
40115 (0072h)
RS-485 Parity setting
0 : (None)
1 : (Odd numbers)
2 : (Even numbers)
None
0
R/W
40111 (006Eh)
Note
The communication speed and parity settings of the master and all slaves on the same communication system should be the
same. If these settings are not the same, communication can not be performed.
RS-485 Communication Permission Setting
It is for setting Read/Write permission of external communication using RS-485/loader communication.
Each module has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
RS-485 Communication
permission
Range
0 : (Read only)
1 : (Read and Write
permitted)
Unit
None
Factory
Default
1
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
R/W
40114 (0071h)
Note
Once “0 (Read only)” is set, parameters except for “RS-485 Communication permission” can not be changed (to Write).
A response will be returned to Write, however, actual Write will not be performed.
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4.4 Communication Setting
Enhanced Communication Module (PUMC) Connection Permission
It is for setting permission of inter-module communication when the enhanced communication module (PUMC) is connected.
Each module has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Enhanced communication
module (PUMC) connection
Range
0 : PUMC not connected
(RS-485 Enable)
1 : PUMC connected
(RS-485 Disable)
Unit
None
Factory
Default
0
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
R/W
40116 (0073h)
Note
●● Even if “0: Without PUMC connection (RS-485 is valid)” is set to one of the multiple modules, this communication setting does
not influence the settings of the modules after this module. The permission setting is valid only for the module to which the
permission setting is given
●● When enhanced communication module (PUMC) connection is “1: With PUMC connection (RS-485 is not valid),” RS-485
communication can not be performed.
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RS-485 Response Interval Time Setting
It is for setting response interval time of RS-485 communication.
Point
In RS-485 communication, transmitting and receiving are performed only on a single transmission line, therefore, switching between transmitting and receiving must be performed with precise timing. For this reason, response interval time must be set to
secure the time after transmission of a host, that is a communication partner, is completed until the transmission line is switched
to receiving.
The length of interval time should be set to suit a host that is a communication partner.
Each module has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
RS-485
Response interval time
Range
0 to 25
Unit
1 digit / 20ms
Factory
Default
1
MODBUS Register
Attribute
Number
(Relative Address)
R/W
40113 (0070h)
Note
●● Note that the response interval time is 20ms for every set value 1. The response interval time up to 500 ms can be set.
●● The response interval time setting for the master and all slaves on the same communication system must be the same.
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4.5 Monitor
4 .5 Monitor
Monitor
This equipment allows you to monitor operations by using the following monitoring functions:
●● DO Calculated Result Monitor ●● DI Calculated Result Monitor ●● DI Terminal Monitor 4-41
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4.5 Monitor
DO Calculated Result Monitor
It is for referring to the current output (DO calculated results) of this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Unit
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
Digital output calculated result monitor
None
R
31002 (03E9h)
ON/OFF of the DO calculated results are stored in the corresponding bit (ON= “1”, OFF= “0”).
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[DO1 terminal state]
[DO2 terminal state]
[DO3 terminal state]
[DO4 terminal state]
[DO5 terminal state]
[DO6 terminal state]
[DO7 terminal state]
[DO8 terminal state]
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4.5 Monitor
DI Calculated Result Monitor
It is for referring to the current transfer output (DI input terminal calculated result) of this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Unit
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
Digital input calculated result monitor
None
R
31001 (03E8h)
Bit calculated results of the ON/OFF state of the DI terminals are stored in the corresponding bits. (ON= “1”, OFF= “0”).
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[DI1 terminal calculated result]
[DI2 terminal calculated result]
[DI3 terminal calculated result]
[DI4 terminal calculated result]
[DI5 terminal calculated result]
[DI6 terminal calculated result]
[DI7 terminal calculated result]
[DI8 terminal calculated result]
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4.5 Monitor
DI Terminal Monitor
It is for referring to the current input state (DI input terminal) of this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Unit
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
Digital input terminal monitor
None
R
31003 (03EAh)
The ON/OFF state of DI terminals is stored in the corresponding bit (ON= “1”, OFF= “0”).
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[DI1 terminal state]
[DI2 terminal state]
[DI3 terminal state]
[DI4 terminal state]
[DI5 terminal state]
[DI6 terminal state]
[DI7 terminal state]
[DI8 terminal state]
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4.5 Monitor
System FAULT Status
It is for referring to the current communication status of this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Unit
Attribute
MODBUS Register Number
(Relative Address)
System FAULT status
None
R
30064 (003Fh)
The communication status of this equipment is stored in the corresponding bit. If communication fault occurs, the corresponding
bit will be “ON.”
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
(Bit Position)
[Communication fault between control
modules (internal)]
[Communication fault between enhanced
communication module (internal)]
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4.5 Monitor
LED Display and Setting
It is for setting the lighting conditions of the LED lamps on the front terminal block of this equipment.
It has the parameter shown below:
Parameter
Range
Unit
Factory
Default
Attribute
MODBUS Register
Number
(Relative Address)
LED2
lamp allocation
0 : OFF
1 : RS-485 communication
state
2 : Operation state
None
1
R/W
40222 (00DDh)
LED Lamps
On the front terminal block, there are 18 LED lamps which are “PWR”, “COM”, “DI1 to DI8”, and “DO1 to DO8” which indicate the
operation state of this equipment.
According to the state of this equipment, the lamps illuminate as shown below:
LED lamp
Operation State
Running
Standby
Communication fault
PWR
COM
Green light
Red light *1
The lamp illuminates according to
the preset lighting
condition.
*1 When a communication fault occurs between control modules (internal) DI1 to DI8
DO1 to DO8
These lamps illuminate while inputting.
These lamps illuminate while outputting.
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, data link to control modules is not
performed.
LED Lighting Condition Setting
Lighting conditions can be set to the “COM” lamp.
•• “COM” Lamp Lighting Condition Setting
Lighting condition
RS485 communication state
Operation State
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LED color
While receiving
Green
While transmitting
Orange
Running
Green
Standby
Orange
Set value
1
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1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
5
Communication
5.2
Communication Specifications............ 5-5
5.3
Connection........................................ 5-7
5.4
Setting Communication
Parameters...................................... 5-10
5.5
Modbus RTU
Communication Protocol............... 5-12
5.6
Command and Transmission
Frame Details.................................. 5-20
5.7
Address Map and
Data Format.................................... 5-29
5.8
Sample Program............................. 5-39
4 System Setting
Communication Functions.............. 5-3
3 Installation
5.1
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
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5.1 Communication Functions
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5.1 Communication Functions
5 .1 Communication Functions
PUM is equipped with communication functions from the RS-485 interface and loader interface, which enables the transmission
and reception of data between such devices as the personal computer, programmable controller, and graphic panel.
The communication system is composed of a master and slave relationship. Up to thirty-two slaves (PUMs) may be connected
to one master (such as a personal computer) based on a “single master/multiple slave” method.
However, the master can only communicate with one slave at a time. Therefore, each slave is specified by the “Station No.” setting. With loader communication, only one slave can be connected to one master.
Note
●● Systems constructed with the PUM as slaves do not respond to messages issued by the master with broadcast queries where
the station number is “0”.
●● Communication with loader interface should not be attempted during production operation or during RS-485 communication.
In order to have proper communication between master and slave, the transmission data must be in the same format. This document explains how to transmit data using the Modbus RTU protocol format.
When using equipment with an RS-232C interface, such as a personal computer, as the master, make sure to use an RS-232C
to RS-485 converter.
When using loader communication, you can use RS-232C communication with the personal computer by connecting the loader
interface located on the main unit front face with the loader communication cable (model: PUMZ*L01, optional).
[RS-232C to RS-485 converter] (Recommended)
Model number/Type
Manufacturer
Max. communication
speed
URL
KS3C-10
Omron
38.4kbps
http://www.omron.co.jp
RC-770X
Sysmex RA
115.2kbps
http://www.sysmex-ra.co.jp
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5.1 Communication Functions
Connecting to a Programmable Controller
Programmable controller
RS-485
PUM series
Connecting to a Personal Computer
Personal computer
RS-232C
RS-232C to RS-485 converter
RS-485
PUM series
Note
●● When using the RS-232C to RS-485 converter, check to make sure that the cable is properly connected between the converter
and master. Communication will not work properly if the connection is incorrect.
●● Be sure to correctly set the communication settings (such as communication speed and parity) on the RS-232C to RS-485
converter. Communication will not work properly if the settings are incorrect.
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5 .2 Communication Specifications
RS-485
Item
Specifications
Electrical specifications
EIA RS-485 compliant
Communication method
Two wire system, half duplex, serial
Synchronous method
Asynchronous
Connection status
1:N
Max. no. of connections
32 units
Communication distance
Max 1000m (at 38.4kbps or less), Max 250m (at 115.2kbps)
Communication speed
9.6kbps, 19.2kbps, 38.4kbps, 115.2kbps
Data format
Data length
8 bits
Stop bit
1 bit
Parity
None/Even/Odd (Selectable)
Transmission code
HEX value (Modbus RTU mode)
Error detection
CRC-16
Insulation
No insulation with loader communication port. Functional insulation with any other
input/output.
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5.2 Communication Specifications
Loader Interface
Item
Specifications
Electrical specifications
EIA RS232C
Communication method
3-wire system, half duplex, serial
Synchronous method
Asynchronous
Connection status
1:1
Station No.
17 to 32
Communication speed
19.2kbps (Fixed)
Data format
Data length
8 bits
Stop bit
1 bit
Parity
None (Fixed)
Transmission code
HEX value (Modbus RTU mode)
Error detection
CRC-16
Insulation
No insulation with RS-485. Functional insulation with any other input/output.
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5 .3 Connection
Warning
Do not turn on power until all of the wiring is completely finished.
There is a risk of electrical shock or damage.
Assignment of Communication Terminals
RS-485 (terminals on base part)
Module base part
A(+) B(–)
SG
Shielded twist
pair cable
Loader interface (terminals on front face)
Loader communication port
PUM-E
LOADER
345
7 8 9A
F012
STATION
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Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
E
COM
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
BCD
PWR
Loader connection cable
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5.3 Connection
Connection with RS-485
•• Please use a shielded twist pair cable. (Recommended cable: KPEV-SB 0.5sq (made by The Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.))
•• The maximum cable length should be 1000m at 38.4kbps or less, 250m at 115.2kbps. One master and up to thirty-two PUMs
(slaves) can be connected per circuit.
•• Terminate both ends of the circuit with a terminating resistance of 100Ω (1/2W or more).
•• Ground the shielded cable once towards the master side.
Internal connection
Terminating resistance
100Ω (1/2W)
Master equipment
+
Shielded twist pair cable
+
–
SG
Slave /
PUM series module
Terminating
resistance
100Ω (1/2W)
–
SG
RS-485 interface or
RS-485 side of RS-232C to RS-485 converter
•• SG does not have to be connected, but it can be used as an effective countermeasure against communication errors due to
noise.
•• If there are problems with EMC during communication, the noise level can be reduced by using a communication cable with a
ferrite core.
Ferrite core (recommended):
For communication cable: H04SR211132 made by Seiwa Electric MFG. or equivalent
For power cable: E04SR241336A made by Seiwa Electric MFG. or equivalent
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Connection with Loader Interface
•• Use the loader communication cable (RS-232C) sold separately.
Loader connection cable
(RS-232C)
PUMZ*L01
Master side
RS-232C
LOADER
STATION
345
7 8 9A
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D-Sub 9-pin
Do1
Do2
Do3
Do4
Do5
Do6
Do7
Do8
F012
Personal
computer etc.
Di1
Di2
Di3
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
E
COM
BCD
PWR
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5.4 Setting Communication Parameters
5 .4 Setting Communication Parameters
The following settings are required for proper communication between the master and all slaves units (this eqipument).
•• The communication parameters for the master and all of the units must be set the same.
•• All of the slaves on a circuit must be set with different “Station No.” other than “0 (zero)”. (Multiple PUMs must not have the
same “Station No.”.)
Setup Items for RS-485 (PUM Side)
Parameter (name)
Factory default
Remarks
17 to 32
17
Set value: Station No. configuration
switch + 1
0 (9.6kbps)
1 (19.2kbps)
2 (38.4kbps)
4 (115.2kbps)
1
“3” is forbidden.
RS-485 Parity setting
0 (None)
1 (Odd)
2 (Even)
0
Data length
8 bits
–
Cannot be changed.
Stop bit
1 bit
–
Cannot be changed.
RS-485 Communication permittion
0 : Read only
1 : Read/Write
1
RS-485 Response interval
time
0 to 25
1
The response interval time can be set by
set value × 20 ms.
Enhanced communication
module (PUMC) connection
0 : PUMC not connected
(RS485 Enable)
1 : PUMC connected
(RS485 Disable)
0
Set at “0” for use of RS-485 communication.
Station number
RS-485 Communication
speed
5-10
Setup range
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Setup Items on Loader Interface (PUM Side)
Parameter (name)
Setup range
Factory default
Remarks
Station number
0 to Fh (17 to 32)
17
Set value: Station No. configuration
switch + 1
Communication speed
19.2kbps (fixed)
–
Cannot be changed.
Data length
8 bits
–
Cannot be changed.
Parity
None
–
Cannot be changed.
Stop bit
1 bit
–
Cannot be changed.
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5.5 Modbus RTU Communication Protocol
5 .5 Modbus RTU Communication Protocol
The communication system with the MODBUS protocol always operates using a method where the master first sends a command
message and the applicable slave replies with a response message.
The following describes the communication steps.
Master sends the command message for the
slave.
The slave checks whether the station number in the received message is the same as
its own station number.
When it’s the same
The slave runs the command and sends a
response message.
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When it’s not the same
The slave throws out the received message
and waits for the next command message.
(No reply.)
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When the station number in the command message is the same
as the unit’s station number
Master
Slave
Command Message
Station number
is the same
Response Message
When the station number in the command message is not the
same as the unit’s station number
Master
Slave
Command Message
Station number
is not the same
Point
The master can communicate with an individual slave when multiple slaves are connected on the same circuit by the station
number specified in the master’s command message.
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5.5 Modbus RTU Communication Protocol
Message Composition
The command message and response message are composed of four parts: the station number, function code, data part, and
error check code. These four parts are sent in that order.
Field name
Number of bytes
Station No.
1 byte
Function code
1 byte
Data part
2 to 64 bytes
Error check code (CRC-16)
2 bytes
Station No.
This is the number specifying the slave. Commands can only be processed by slaves that have the same value set with the rotary
switch (setting position + 17) located on the terminal block on the front face.
Function Code
This code specifies the function for the slave to perform.
Data Part
This data is required to run the function code. The composition of the data part is different depending on the function code.
The data in the PUM is assigned a coil number or register number. This coil number or register number is specified when the data
is read or written through communication.
The coil number or register number used by the message employs a relative address.
The relative address is calculated using the following formula.
Relative address = (last 4 digits of the coil number or register number) – 1
(Ex.) When a function code specifies register number “40003”
Relative address
= (the last four digits of 40003) – 1
= 0002
is used in the message.
Error Check Code
This code detects whether there are errors (changes in the bits) during the signal transmission processes. MODBUS protocol
(RTU mode) uses CRC-16 (Cyclic Redundancy Check).
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Slave Response
•• Normal Slave Response
The slave creates and replies with a response message for each command message. The response message has the same
format as the command message.
The contents of the data part are different depending on the function code.
•• Irregular Slave Response
If there are problems (such as specification of a nonexistent function code) with the contents of the command message other
than transmission error, the slave creates and replies with an error response message without following the command.
The composition of the error response message uses the value of the function code in the command message plus 80H, as
seen below.
Field name
Number of bytes
Station No.
1 byte
Function code + 80H
1 byte
Error code
1 byte
Error check code (CRC-16)
2 bytes
The error code is shown as follows.
Error Code
Contents
Explanation
01H
Faulty function code
A nonexistent function code was specified. Please check
the function code.
02H
Faulty address for coil or register
The specified relative address for the coil number or register number cannot be used by the specified function code.
03H
Faulty coil number, register number or
data limit.
The specified number is too large and specifies a range
that does not contain coil numbers or register numbers.
Furthermore, the specified data value is beyond the limit
that is set in the specified parameter.
06H
Busy state
Data is being written to the internal memory.
Wait 100 msec or more before retrying communication.
•• No Response
In the following situations, the slave will ignore the command message and not send a response message.
•• The station number specified by the command message is not the same as the slave’s specified station number.
•• The error check code does not correspond, or a transmission error (such as parity error) is detected.
•• The interval between the data comprising the message is empty for more than 24 bit time.
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Function Code
For MODBUS protocol, coil numbers or register numbers are assigned by the function code, and each function code only works
for the assigned coil number or register number.
The correspondence between the function code and the coil number or register number is as follows.
Function Code
Code
Coil Number, Register number
Function
Target
Number
Contents
03H
Read (continuous)
Hold register
3xxxx
Read word data
04H
Read (continuous)
Input register
4xxxx
Read /write word data
06H
Write
Hold register
10H
Write (continuous)
Hold register
The message length for each function is as follows.
Code
Contents
Command Message
Response Message
Assignable Data
Number
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
03H
Read word data
32 words *
8 bytes
8 bytes
7 bytes
69 bytes
04H
Read word data (Read only)
32 words *
8 bytes
8 bytes
7 bytes
69 bytes
06H
Write word data
1 word
8 bytes
8 bytes
8 bytes
8 bytes
10H
Continuously write word data
32 words *
11 bytes
73 bytes
8 bytes
8 bytes
* : “Assignable Data Number” above is limited by the data number that the PUM assigned to the coil number or register number.
(Excluding function code 06H).
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Calculating Error Check Code (CRC-16)
CRC-16 is a 2-byte (16-bit) error check code. The calculation range extends from the start of the message (station number) to
the end of the data part.
The slave calculates the CRC of the received message and ignores the message if this value is not the same as the received CRC
code.
CRC-16 is calculated as follows.
Start
Set CR to FFFFH (hexadecimal)
Set J=1
* Description of Variables
CR : CRC error check data (2 byte)
J : Command message calculation
character digit
K : Number of times to check CR
calculation
Exclusive-OR (XOR) runs on each character of J (one byte) for
CR and the specified message, and sets that result to CR.
Set K=1
Is the righthand bit for CR 1?
NO
YES
After CR has been adjusted one bit to the right, A001H and XOR
run and set that result to CR.
Adjust CR one bit
to the right.
Add 1 to K
NO
Has calculation
finished 8 times?
K>8
YES
Add 1 to J
NO
Has every
character been calculated?
J > Number of
characters
YES
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(Calculations occur in the order command
message station number, function code,
and data.)
The CR calculation result is added onto
the end of the command message in
LOW or HIGH order.
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Transmission Control Steps
Master Communication Method
Start communication from the master while following the rules below.
1. The command message, must be sent after an empty space of at least 48 bit time.
2. The interval between each byte in a command message should be less than 24 bit time.
3. After sending a command message, for less than 24 bit time the master will enter receiving standby.
4. After receiving the response message, the next command message must be sent after at least 48 bit time. (Similar to 1
above.)
5. For safety reasons, create a framework where the master checks the response message, and if there is no response or an
error occurs, retry at least three times.
Note
The definitions written above are for the minimum required value. For safety reasons, we recommend creating a master side
program that keeps margins two to three times as large. For a concrete example, with 19.2kbps, we recommend programming
a blank state (1 above) of at least 10ms, and the interval between bytes (2 above) and switching time from sending to receiving
(3 above) within 1ms.
Frame Detection
This communication system uses a two-wire RS-485 interface, and the circuit can therefore enter one of the following two states.
•• Empty state (no data on the circuit)
•• Communication state (data running on the circuit)
The units connected on the circuit start in receiving state and monitor the circuit. When a blank state appears on the circuit for at
least 24 bit time, the unit detects the end of the previous frame, and within the next 24 bit time, enters receiving standby. When
data appears on the circuit, the unit begins receiving data, and once another blank state of at least 24 bit time is detected, that
frame is ended. In other words, the data on the circuit from the first time that a 24 bit time blank state appears to the second time
one appears is loaded as one frame (a bundle of data). Therefore, one frame (command message) must be sent while following
the rules below.
•• Before sending the command message, leave an empty space of at least 48 bit time.
•• The interval between each byte in a command message should be less than 24 bit time.
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PUM Response
After the PUM detects the frame (detects blank states at least 24 bit time long), that frame is used to send a command message.
When a command message is sent locally, the response message is returned, but the processing time is about 1 to 30ms. (The
time may change depending on the contents of the command message. ) Therefore, one frame (command message) must be
sent while following the rules below.
•• After sending a command message, for less than 24 seconds the master will enter receiving standby.
Master
Slave
POL1
1 to 30ms
Interval of at least
5ms required
(at least 10ms
recommended)
POL1 response data
POL2
1 to 30ms
POL2 response data
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5.6 Command and Transmission Frame Details
5 .6 Command and Transmission Frame Details
Reading Data
Reading Word Data (Function Code: 03H)
The unit reads word data continuously for the specified number of words from the first number to start reading from.
The slave forwards the read word data from the upper number of bytes to the lower number.
Function code
03H
Max. No. of words to read in one message
32
Relative address
0014H to 03F7H
Register number
40021 to 41016
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•• Message Composition
Command message composition (bytes)
Master
Slave
Response message composition
(bytes)
Station No.
Station No.
Function code
Function code
Number to start
reading (relative
address)
Number of words
to read (1 to 32
words)
CRC data
Upper
Number of bytes to read
(No. of words to read × 2)
Lower
Upper
Lower
Lower
Upper
First word data
contents
Upper
Next word data
contents
Upper
Last word data contents
Upper
CRC data
Meaning of read word data
MSB
Lower
Lower
Lower
Lower
Upper
LSB
First word data contents upper byte
First word data contents lower byte
Next word data contents upper byte
Next word data contents lower byte
Last word data contents upper byte
Last word data contents lower byte
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•• Example of Transmitting a Message
The message composition is as shown below in case of readout of “DO1 master module St. No.” and “DO1 master module
Ch. No.” from station number 17.
•• Relative address of “Station number of DO1 master module” : 0191H, Number of data : 02H
Master
Command message (bytes)
Slave
Station No.
11H
Response message (bytes)
Function code
03H
Station No.
11H
Number to start reading (relative address)
Upper
01H
Function code
03H
Lower
91H
Number of bytes to read
04H
Number of words
to read
Upper
00H
First word data
contents
Upper
00H
Lower
00H
Next word data
contents
Upper
00H
CRC data
Lower
02H
Lower
96H
Upper
8AH
CRC data
Lower
01H
Lower
2AH
Upper
32H
Meaning of read word data
DO1Master St. No. = 0
DO1Master Ch. No. = 1
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Reading Read-Only Word Data (Function Code: 04H)
The unit reads word data continuously for the specified number of words from the first number to start reading from.
The slave forwards the read word data from the upper number of bytes to the lower number.
Function code
04H
Max. number of words to read in one message
32
Relative address
003FH to 03EAH
Register number
30064 to 31003
•• Message Composition
Command message composition (bytes)
Master
Slave
Response message composition
(bytes)
Station No.
Station No.
Function code
Function code
Number to start read- Upper
ing (relative address) Lower
Number of bytes to read
(No. of words to read × 2)
Number of words
to read (1 to 32
words)
First word data
contents
Upper
Next word data
contents
Upper
Last word data contents
Upper
CRC data
Upper
Lower
Lower
Upper
CRC data
Meaning of read word data
MSB
Lower
Lower
Lower
Lower
Upper
LSB
First word data contents upper byte
First word data contents lower byte
Next word data contents upper byte
Next word data contents lower byte
Last word data contents upper byte
Last word data contents lower byte
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•• Example of Transmitting a Message
The message composition is as shown below in case of readout of “DI terminal monitor” from station number 17.
•• Relative address of “DI terminal monitor” : 03EAH, Number of data: 01H
Master
Command message (bytes)
Slave
Station No.
11H
Response message (bytes)
Function code
04H
Station No.
11H
Number to start reading (relative address)
Upper
03H
Function code
04H
Lower
EAH
Number of bytes to read
02H
Number of words
to read
Upper
00H
Lower
01H
First word data
contents
CRC data
Lower
12H
Upper
EAH
CRC data
Upper
00H
Lower
00H
Lower
78H
Upper
F3H
Meaning of Read Data
Word data contents
0000H = 0
DI terminal monitor = 0
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Writing Data
Writing Word Data (1 word, function code: 06H)
This writes the specified data to the specified number for word data. The master sends the data to be written from the upper number of bytes to the lower number.
Function code
06H
Max. number of words to write in one message
1
Relative address
0014H to 03F7H
Register number
40021 to 41016
Caution
Do not write data to a address (register number) that is not described in MODBUS address map. (It may cause the malfunction.)
•• Message Composition
Command message composition (bytes)
Station No.
Word data to write
CRC data
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Response message composition (bytes)
Function code
Specified write number
(relative address)
Master
Station No.
Upper
Function code
Lower
Specified write number
(relative address)
Upper
Lower
Lower
Upper
Word data to write
CRC data
Upper
Lower
Upper
Lower
Lower
Upper
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•• Example of Transmitting a Message
The case where “DO1 proportional cycle” of station number 17 is set as 120 (120D=0078H) is explained below as an example.
•• Relative address of “DO1 proportional cycle” : 019AH
Master
Command message (bytes)
Station No.
Function code
Specified write number
(relative address)
Word data to write
CRC data
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Slave
11H
Response message (bytes)
06H
Station No.
11H
Upper
01H
Function code
06H
Lower
9AH
Upper
00H
Specified write number
(relative address)
Lower
78H
Lower
AAH
Upper
ABH
Word data to write
CRC data
Upper
01H
Lower
9AH
Upper
00H
Lower
78H
Lower
AAH
Upper
ABH
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Writing Continuous Word Data (function code: 10H)
This writes continuous word information for a number of written words from the first number for writing.
The master sends the data to be written from the upper number of bytes to the lower number.
Function code
10H
Max. number of words to write in one message
32
Relative address
0014H to 03F7H
Register number
40021 to 41016
Caution
Do not write data to a address (register number) that is not described in MODBUS address map. (It may cause the malfunction.)
•• Message Composition
Master
Command message composition
(bytes)
Slave
Station No.
Function code
Response message composition (bytes)
Number to start writ- Upper
ing (relative address) Lower
Station No.
Number of words
to write
Upper
Lower
Number of bytes to write
First word data to
write
Upper
Next word data to
write
Upper
Last word data to
write
Upper
CRC data
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Function code
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}
1 to 32
Number to start writing (relative address)
Number of words
to write × 2
Number of words to
write
CRC data
Upper
Lower
Upper
Lower
Lower
Upper
Lower
Lower
Lower
Upper
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•• Example of Transmitting a Message
The message composition is as follows in case of write of “RS-485 Response interval time”, “RS-485 communication Permission” and “RS-485 Communication speed” of station number 17.
RS-485 Response interval time
=
25 (25D = 0019H)
RS-485 Communication permission
=
1
(1D
= 0001H)
RS-485 Communication speed
=
4
(4D
= 0004H)
•• Relative address of “RS-485 Response interval time”: 0070H, Number of data: 03H
Command message composition (bytes)
Master
Slave
Station No.
11H
Response message composition (bytes)
Function code
10H
Station No.
Upper
00H
Function code
Lower
70H
Upper
00H
Lower
03H
Upper
00H
Lower
19H
Upper
00H
Lower
01H
Upper
00H
Lower
04H
Lower
97H
Upper
FAH
Specified write number
(relative address)
Word data to write
Number of bytes to write
First word data to write
Next word data to write
Last word data to write
CRC data
06H
Specified write number
(relative address)
Word data to write
CRC data
11H
10H
Upper
00H
Lower
70H
Upper
00H
Lower
03H
Lower
83H
Upper
43H
Point
The decimal point cannot be included in transmission data, so data such as [100.0] is transmitted as [1000].
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5 .7 Address Map and Data Format
Register No. of the Event I/O module’s parameters are shown in the following table.
Operation Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
Run /Standby switch
0: RUN
1: Standby
0
40021
Digital input latch releases command
0: oFF
1: Release latch
0
40022
Digital output latch releases command
0: oFF
1: Release latch
0
40023
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Digital Input Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
DI1 Input option
Bit 0 : LATCH
Bit 1 : NOT
Bit 2 : AND
Bit 3 : OR
0
40701
DI1 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40703
DI1 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40704
DI2 Input option
0 to 15
0
40705
DI2 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40707
DI2 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40708
DI3 Input option
0 to 15
0
40709
DI3 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40711
DI3 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40712
DI4 Input option
0 to 15
0
40713
DI4 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40715
DI4 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40716
DI5 Input option
0 to 15
0
40717
DI5 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40719
DI5 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40720
DI6 Input option
0 to 15
0
40721
DI6 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40723
DI6 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40724
DI7 Input option
0 to 15
0
40725
DI7 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40727
DI7 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40728
DI8 Input option
0 to 15
0
40729
DI8 Input logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40731
DI8 Input logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40732
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Digital Output Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
DO1 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40401
DO1 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40402
DO1 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40403
DO1 BIT position
0 to 00FF
1
40404
DO1 Output option
Bit 0 : LATCH
Bit 1 : NOT
Bit 2 : AND
Bit 3 : OR
0
40405
DO1 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40407
DO1 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40408
DO1 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40409
DO1 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40410
DO1 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40411
DO1 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40412
DO1 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40413
DO1 Limit type
0: Lower limit -3%, Upper limit 103%
1: Lower limit, Upper limit 103%
2: Lower limit -3%, Upper limit
3: Lower limit, Upper limit
0
40414
DO2 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40415
DO2 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40416
DO2 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40417
DO2 BIT position
0 to 00FF
2
40418
DO2 Output option
0 to 15
0
40419
DO2 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40421
DO2 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40422
DO2 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40423
DO2 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40424
DO2 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40425
DO2 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40426
DO2 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40427
DO2 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40428
DO3 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40429
DO3 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40430
DO3 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40431
DO3 BIT position
0 to 00FF
4
40432
DO3 Output option
0 to 15
0
40433
DO3 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40435
DO3 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40436
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Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
DO3 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40437
DO3 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40438
DO3 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40439
DO3 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40440
DO3 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40441
DO3 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40442
DO4 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40443
DO4 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40444
DO4 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40445
DO4 BIT position
0 to 00FF
8
40446
DO4 Output option
0 to 15
0
40447
DO4 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40449
DO4 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40450
DO4 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40451
DO4 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40452
DO4 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40453
DO4 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40454
DO4 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40455
DO4 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40456
DO5 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40457
DO5 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40458
DO5 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40459
DO5 BIT position
0 to 00FF
16
40460
DO5 Output option
0 to 15
0
40461
DO5 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40463
DO5 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40464
DO5 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40465
DO5 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40466
DO5 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40467
DO5 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40468
DO5 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40469
DO5 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40470
DO6 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40471
DO6 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40472
DO6 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40473
DO6 BIT position
0 to 00FF
0
40474
DO6 Output option
0 to 15
0
40475
DO6 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40477
DO6 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40478
DO6 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40479
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Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
1000
40480
DO6 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
DO6 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40481
DO6 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40482
DO6 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40483
DO6 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40484
DO7 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40485
DO7 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40486
DO7 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40487
DO7 BIT position
0 to 00FF
0
40488
DO7 Output option
0 to 15
0
40489
DO7 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40491
DO7 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40492
DO7 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40493
DO7 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40494
DO7 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
30
40495
DO7 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40496
DO7 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40497
DO7 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40498
DO8 Output type
0: Event output
1: Control output
0
40499
DO8 Master module Station No.
0 to 255
0
40500
DO8 Master module Channel No.
1 to 4
1
40501
DO8 BIT position
0 to 00FF
0
40502
DO8 Output option
0 to 15
0
40503
DO8 Output logic operation AND
0 to 00FF
0
40505
DO8 Output logic operation OR
0 to 00FF
0
40506
DO8 Scaling base
-100.0 to +100.0
0
40507
DO8 Scaling span
-100.0 to +100.0
1000
40508
DO8 Proportion cycle
1 to 120
1
40509
DO8 Lower limits
0.0 to 100.0
0
40510
DO8 Upper limits
0.0 to 100.0
1000
40511
DO8 Limit type
0 to 3
0
40512
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Communication Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
Factory-set value
Register No.
RS-485 parity setting
0: NONE
1: ODD
2: EVEN
0
40111
RS-485 Response interval time
0 to 25 (1 digit/20ms)
1
40113
RS-485 Communication permission
0: Read only
1: Read/Write
1
40114
RS-485 Communication speed
0: 9.6kbps
1: 19.2kbps
2: 38.4kbps
3: Forbidden
4: 115.2kbps
1
40115
Enhanced communication module (PUMC)
connection
0: PUMC not connected (RS-485 Enable)
1: PUMC connected (RS-485 Disable)
0
40116
Factory-set value
Register No.
Configuration Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
FAULT output set value
0: HOLD
1: OFF
0
40260
Standby output set value
0000 to FFFF
0
40268
Standby mode setting
0: DI = Input value
DO = Standby output set value
1: DI = All OFF
DO = Standby output set value
0
40270
LED2 Lamp allocation
0 to 2
1
40222
Factory-set value
Register No.
Monitor Parameters
Content
Readout/write data setting range
Digital output calculated result monitor
0000 to FFFF
31002
Digital input caluculated result monitor
0000 to FFFF
31001
Digital input terminal monitor
0000 to FFFF
31003
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Internal DO Data Area
Content
Factory-set value
Register No.
0
41001
0
41002
0
41003
0
41004
Internal DO data area5
0
41005
Internal DO data area6
0
41006
Internal DO data area7
0
41007
Internal DO data area8
0
41008
Internal DO data area9
0
41009
Internal DO data area10
0
41010
Internal DO data area11
0
41011
Internal DO data area12
0
41012
Internal DO data area13
0
41013
Internal DO data area14
0
41014
Internal DO data area15
0
41015
Internal DO data area16
0
41016
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Internal DO data area2
Internal DO data area3
Internal DO data area4
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Event output
1: ON
0: OFF
Control output
0.00 to 100.00
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Order of Register Numbers
Register No.
Relative
address
Register No.
Relative
address
Run/Standby switch
40021
0014h
DO2 Output logic operation
OR
40422
01A5h
Digital input latch releases
command
40022
0015h
DO2 Scaling base
40423
01A6h
Digital output latch releases
command
40023
0016h
DO2 Scaling span
40424
01A7h
RS-485 Parity setting
40111
006Eh
DO2 Proportion cycle
40425
01A8h
RS-485 Response interval
time
40113
0070h
DO2 Lower limits
40426
01A9h
DO2 Upper limits
40427
01AAh
RS-485 Communication
permisson
40114
0071h
DO2 Limit type
40428
01ABh
DO3 Output type
40429
01ACh
RS-485 Communication
speed
40115
0072h
DO3 Master module Station
No.
40430
01ADh
Enhanced communication
module (PUMC) connection
40116
0073h
DO3 Master module Channel
No.
40431
01AEh
LED2 Lamp allocation
40222
00DDh
DO3 BIT position
40432
01AFh
FAULT output set value
40260
0103h
DO3 Output option
40433
01B0h
Standby output set value
40268
010Bh
01B2h
40270
010Dh
DO3 Output logic operation
AND
40435
Standby mode setting
DO1 Output type
40401
0190h
40436
01B3h
DO1 Master module Station
No.
40402
0191h
DO3 Output logic operation
OR
DO3 Scaling base
40437
01B4h
DO1 Master module Channel
No.
40403
0192h
DO3 Scaling span
40438
01B5h
DO3 Proportion cycle
40439
01B6h
DO1 BIT position
40404
0193h
DO3 Lower limits
40440
01B7h
DO1 Output option
40405
0194h
DO3 Upper limits
40441
01B8h
DO1 Output logic operation
AND
40407
0196h
DO3 Limit type
40442
01B9h
DO1 Output logic operation
OR
40408
0197h
DO4 Output type
40443
01BAh
40444
01BBh
DO1 Scaling base
40409
0198h
DO4 Master module Station
No.
DO1 Scaling span
40410
0199h
DO4 Master module Channel
No.
40445
01BCh
DO1 Proportion cycle
40411
019Ah
DO4 BIT position
40446
01BDh
DO1 Lower limits
40412
019Bh
DO4 Output option
40447
01BEh
DO1 Upper limits
40413
019Ch
40449
01C0h
DO1 Limit type
40414
019Dh
DO4 Output logic operation
AND
DO2 Output type
40415
019Eh
40450
01C1h
DO2 Master module Station
No.
40416
019Fh
DO4 Output logic operation
OR
DO4 Scaling base
40451
01C2h
DO2 Master module Channel
No.
40417
01A0h
DO4 Scaling span
40452
01C3h
DO4 Proportion cycle
40453
01C4h
DO2 BIT position
40418
01A1h
DO4 Lower limits
40454
01C5h
DO2 Output option
40419
01A2h
DO4 Upper limits
40455
01C6h
DO2 Output logic operation
AND
40421
01A4h
DO4 Limit type
40456
01C7h
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Register No.
Relative
address
Register No.
Relative
address
DO5 Output type
40457
01C8h
DO7 Scaling span
40494
01EDh
DO5 Master module Station
No.
40458
01C9h
DO7 Proportion cycle
40495
01EEh
DO5 Master module Channel
No.
40459
01CAh
DO7 Lower limits
40496
01EFh
DO7 Upper limits
40497
01F0h
DO5 BIT position
40460
01CBh
DO7 Limit type
40498
01F1h
DO5 Output option
40461
01CCh
DO8 Output type
40499
01F2h
DO5 Output logic operation
AND
40463
01CEh
DO8 Master module Station
No.
40500
01F3h
DO5 Output logic operation
OR
40464
01CFh
DO8 Master module Channel
No.
40501
01F4h
DO5 Scaling base
40465
01D0h
DO8 BIT position
40502
01F5h
DO5 Scaling span
40466
01D1h
DO8 Output option
40503
01F6h
DO5 Proportion cycle
40467
01D2h
40505
01F8h
DO5 Lower limits
40468
01D3h
DO8 Output logic operation
AND
DO5 Upper limits
40469
01D4h
DO8 Output logic operation
OR
40506
01F9h
DO5 Limit type
40470
01D5h
DO8 Scaling base
40507
01FAh
DO6 Output type
40471
01D6h
DO8 Scaling span
40508
01FBh
DO6 Master module Station
No.
40472
01D7h
DO8 Proportion cycle
40509
01FCh
DO6 Master module Channel
No.
40473
01D8h
DO8 Lower limits
40510
01FDh
DO8 Upper limits
40511
01FEh
DO6 BIT position
40474
01D9h
DO8 Limit type
40512
01FFh
DO6 Output option
40475
01DAh
DI1 Input option
40701
02BCh
DO6 Output logic operation
AND
40477
01DCh
DI1 Input logic operation AND
40703
02BEh
DI1 Input logic operation OR
40704
02BFh
DO6 Output logic operation
OR
40478
01DDh
DI2 Input option
40705
02C0h
DO6 Scaling base
40479
01DEh
DI2 Input logic operation AND
40707
02C2h
DO6 Scaling span
40480
01DFh
DI2 Input logic operation OR
40708
02C3h
DO6 Proportion cycle
40481
01E0h
DI3 Input option
40709
02C4h
DO6 Lower limits
40482
01E1h
DI3 Input logic operation AND
40711
02C6h
DO6 Upper limits
40483
01E2h
DI3 Input logic operation OR
40712
02C7h
DO6 Limit type
40484
01E3h
DI4 Input option
40713
02C8h
DO7 Output type
40485
01E4h
DI4 Input logic operation AND
40715
02CAh
DO7 Master module Station
No.
40486
01E5h
DI4 Input logic operation OR
40716
02CBh
DI5 Input option
40717
02CCh
DO7 Master module Channel
No.
40487
01E6h
DI5 Input logic operation AND
40719
02CEh
DO7 BIT position
40488
01E7h
DI5 Input logic operation OR
40720
02CFh
DO7 Output option
40489
01E8h
DI6 Input option
40721
02D0h
DO7 Output logic operation
AND
40491
01EAh
DI6 Input logic operation AND
40723
02D2h
DI6 Input logic operation OR
40724
02D3h
DO7 Output logic operation
OR
40492
01EBh
DI7 Input option
40725
02D4h
DI7 Input logic operation AND
40727
02D6h
DO7 Scaling base
40493
01ECh
DI7 Input logic operation OR
40728
02D7h
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5.7 Address Map and Data Format
Register No.
Relative
address
DI8 Input option
40729
02D8h
DI8 Input logic operation AND
40731
02DAh
DI8 Input logic operation OR
40732
02DBh
Internal DO data area 1
41001
03E8h
Internal DO data area 2
41002
03E9h
Internal DO data area 3
41003
03EAh
Internal DO data area 4
41004
03EBh
Internal DO data area 5
41005
03ECh
Internal DO data area 6
41006
03EDh
Internal DO data area 7
41007
03EEh
Internal DO data area 8
41008
03EFh
Internal DO data area 9
41009
03F0h
Internal DO data area 10
41010
03F1h
Internal DO data area 11
41011
03F2h
Internal DO data area 12
41012
03F3h
Internal DO data area 13
41013
03F4h
Internal DO data area 14
41014
03F5h
Internal DO data area 15
41015
03F6h
Internal DO data area 16
41016
03F7h
System FAULT status
30064
003Fh
Digital input caluculated
result monitor
31001
03E8h
Digital output calculated
result monitor
31002
03E9h
Digital input terminal monitor
31003
03EAh
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5.8 Sample Program
5 .8 Sample Program
A sample program for reading and writing data that runs on Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 (SP6) is distributed in our home page.
The sample program is meant to be used as a reference for your own program creation, and therefore all its actions are
not guaranteed.
Sample program body can be downloaded from our home page indicated below.
Home page address : http://www.fic-net.jp/
PUM_Sample_program.lzh
Before running the program, check the following summary of points for communication conditions.
•• Parity, communication speed to be set in this program. Please match these values with the conditions of the PUM.
Warning when using an RS-232C to RS-485 converter
The sent data is sometimes added to the response data from the slave before it is received. In this case, when receiving the data,
process the response data only after first getting rid of the number of bytes from the sent data.
Compatible OS
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP Professional Edition
Note
●● Windows® is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
●● Visual Basic® is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
Fuji Electric Systems Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for damages or infringement upon third party rights as a result of using
this sample program.
Use this program while conforming to the contents of the agreement listed within.
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5.8 Sample Program
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INP-TN5A0199-E
1 Overview
2 System Configuration Example
3 Installation
Troubleshooting Procedures.......... 6-3
6.1
4 System Setting
5 Communication
6 Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures
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6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures
6 .1 Troubleshooting Procedures
Troubles that May Occur when the Loader Software is Connected
The following table lists troubles that may occur when module setting is made using a loader software and remedies against such
troubles.
Also see the instruction manual of the loader software.
Troubles
None of the connected modules is
capable of communicating with the
loader software.
Some of the connected modules
only cannot communicate with the
loader software.
Parameters cannot be changed.
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Causes
Solutions
Improper loader software connection
Check that the loader software and the
modules are connected properly.
Cables connected to the loader software are defective.
Replace the cables connected to the loader
software.
Improper station No. setting
Check station No. of module that connected with loader software.
Incompatible communication conditions
Check that the communication specifications of the loader software and those of
the module are compatible.
Improper loader software connection
Check that the loader software is connected to the master of the internal communication between modules.
Improper station No. setting
Check that none of the station Nos. is set
duplicated.
“RS-485 communication permission
setting” is set to “Read only.”
Set “RS-485 communication permission
setting” to “Read/Write.”
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6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures
Troubles During Operation
If troubles should occur during operation, check the type of your module and its connection as well as parameter setting for any
abnormalities. The following table lists typical troubles and measures to be taken against them.
At power ON
Troubles
Causes
Solutions
Power is not supplied to the main
unit.
Check that power supply wiring is installed.
Power supply voltage does not fall
within the permissible range.
Use a power supply conforming to the main
unit specifications.
Main unit failure
Replace the module.
DI or DO is not output properly even
if the power is turned on.
Standby is selected.
Select RUN instead of Standby.
Unexpected DO is output on turning
on the power.
Setting has been made to allow DO
to be output when operation for production is not performed.
Check the values set for DO parameters.
Change the setting of the control module as
required.
Designated DO master module St.
does not exist.
Change the DO master module St. No. to the
one of existing modules.
Duplication of the master station
Designate only one module as the master in
the parameter “Master/slave setting in connected modules” of the control module.
Duplication of the station No.
Select the station No., using the rotary
switch on the terminal block on the front
face, avoiding duplicated selection.
The PWR indicator does not come
on even if the power is turned on.
System fault occurs.
(PWR Lamp, Red Lighting)
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6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures
At start of operation
Troubles
DI is not input.
DO is not output.
(Event output)
DO is not output.
(Control output)
DO output proportional action (the
timing of ON/OFF) does not operate
as intend.
DO output does not OFF.
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Causes
Solutions
Improper DI input connection
Check the DI input connection.
Improper setting in the control
module.
Check the DI master module St. setting in
the control module.
Main unit failure
Replace the module.
Make sure overvoltage or surge noise is not
impressed on DI terminal.
Improper output type selection
Set the output type to “0: Event output.”
Improper DO master module St. No.
or DO master module Ch. No.
Check DO master module St. No. and DO
master module Ch. No.
“NOT” is selected as an output
option.
Select an output option conforming to the
specifications.
Improper output selection
Set the output type to “1: Control output.”
Improper DO master module St. No.
or DO master module Ch. No.
Check DO master module St. No. and DO
master module Ch. No.
Improper scaling base or scaling span
setting
Check the scaling base and scaling span
settings.
Improper proportional cycle
Check the proportional cycle and the MV
value of the DO master module.
“LATCH” is selected as an output
option.
Select an output option conforming to the
specifications.
Output device (relay or transistor) is
broken.
Replace the module.
Make sure that overvoltage/overcurrent or
surge noise is not impressed on DO terminal.
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6.1 Troubleshooting Procedures
During operation
Troubles
Causes
Solutions
Abnormal DO output
Effect of external noise
Take measures against noise.
Abnormal internal communication
between modules
<About the LED indicator display>
If either one of the following state is reached,
the “RUN” LED indicator may come on in
red, indicating that the internal communication error between modules is occurring.
• Station No. is duplicated in the connected
modules. (The RUN indicator of the master
station comes on in red in this case.)
• There is a module its communication
comes off. (The RUN indicator for all the
stations come on in red in this case.)
Abnormal LED indicator display
Troubles with RS-485 Communication
The following table lists typical trouble in communication and measures to be taken for the case in which a host equipment is connected via RS-485.
Trouble
Communication cannot be made
from the host equipment.
Error messages are returned to the
host equipment.
Parameters cannot be changed by
way of host equipment.
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Causes
Solution
Improper RS-485 connection
Check the polarity of the wiring and the existence of terminating resistance.
Improper station No. setting
Check that none of the station Nos. is duplicated.
Incompatible communication conditions
Check “RS-485 Communication speed” setting, “RS-485 Parity” setting, and “RS-485
Response interval time” setting.
An improper address is accessed.
Check that proper addresses are accessed.
Values that do not fall within the limit
range are written.
Check that the values to be written fall within
the limit range.
“RS-485 communication permission”
is set to “0:Read only.”
Set “RS-485 communication permission” to
“1:Read/Write.”
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A
Dimensions… ……………………………………………… 3-5
Accessories… ……………………………………… 1-4,3-11
DO BIT position specification…………………………… 4-19
Analog input/output module… …………………… 2-3,3-10
DO calculated result monitor…………………………… 4-40
AND calculation specification……………………… 4-8,4-20
DO latch release command… …………………………… 4-4
DO latch signal……………………………………………… 4-4
B
DO latch specification……………………………… 4-20,4-21
Base part… ……………………… 1-5,1-7,3-6,3-7,3-8,3-12
DO limit type……………………………………………… 4-29
Broadcast query… ………………………………………… 5-3
DO master Channel number… ………………………… 4-18
DO master station number……………………………… 4-18
C
DO operation during Fault… …………………………… 4-33
Coil number… ……………………………………… 5-14,5-16
DO output AND setting… ……………………………… 4-23
Command message……………………………5-12,5-14,5-18
DO output limit… ………………………………………… 4-29
Communication condition… …………………………… 5-10
DO output NOT setting… ……………………………… 4-22
Communication Fault between enhanced communication
DO output option… ……………………………………… 4-20
module (internal)… ……………………………………… 4-43
DO output OR setting… ………………………………… 4-25
Communication parameter……………………………… 5-34
DO output terminal… ……………………………… 4-16,4-21
Communication specification……………………………… 5-5
DO output type…………………………………………… 4-17
Configuration parameter………………………………… 5-34
DO proportional cycle…………………………………… 4-28
Connected module master/slave setting… ………… 2-4,6-4
DO scaling base… ……………………………………… 4-27
Control module……………… 1-3,2-3,3-3,3-10,4-5,4-7,4-16
DO scaling span… ……………………………………… 4-27
Control output… ………………………………4-17,4-31,4-32
DO signal… ………………………………………………… 4-4
Crimp terminal… ………………………………………… 3-14
E
D
End plates………………………………………………… 3-11
DI AND setting… ………………………………………… 4-11
Enhanced communication module (PUMC) connection
DI calculated result monitor… ………………………… 4-41
permission………………………………………………… 4-37
DI latch releases command… …………………………… 4-5
Enhanced communication
DI latch signal… …………………………………………… 4-5
module… ………………………………………3-10,4-37,4-43
DI latch specification… ……………………………… 4-8,4-9
Error check cord… ………………………………… 5-14,5-17
DI NOT setting… ………………………………………… 4-10
Event input/output module……………………… 1-3,2-3,3-10
DI option…………………………………………………… 4-8
Event output…………………………… 4-17,4-19,4-31,4-32
DI OR setting…………………………………………… 4-13
DI signal……………………………………………………… 4-5
F
DI terminal monitor… …………………………………… 4-42
FAULT OUT1 set value… ……………………………… 4-33
DI terminal………………………………………… 4-7,4-9,4-42
Fault status… …………………………………………… 4-19
Digital input parameter… ……………………………… 5-30
Frame detection… ……………………………………… 5-18
Digital input… ……………………………………… 3-13,4-7
Front terminal block……………………………… 1-5,1-6,3-6
Digital output parameter………………………………… 5-31
Function cord… …………………………………… 5-14,5-16
Digital output………………………………………… 3-13,4-16
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R
Installation dimensions… ………………………………… 3-5
Recommended power supply…………………………………4
Insullation… ……………………………………………… 3-13
Register number… ……………………………………… 5-36
Intermodule communication… …………………… 4-7,4-16
Response message…………………… 5-14,5-15,5-16,5-19
Internal DO area… ……………………………4-16,4-21,4-31
RS-485 communication permission
setting……………………………………………………… 4-36
L
RS-485 communication speed setting………………… 4-36
LED indicator lamp… ………………………………… 1-6,2-4
RS-485 interface… ………………………………… 5-3,5-18
LED lamps………………………………………………… 4-44
RS-485 parity setting… ………………………………… 4-36
LED lighting condition setting…………………………… 4-44
RS-485 response interval time setting………………… 4-37
LED2 lamp allocation… ………………………………… 4-44
RS-485 terminal… ………………………………… 1-7,3-14
Loader communication port… ……………………… 1-6,5-7
RUN / Standby switch……………………………………… 4-5
Loader connecting cable…………………… 1-6,5-3,5-7,5-9
Loader interface… ………………………………………… 5-6
S
Lock lever… …………………………………………… 3-6,3-7
Sample program… ……………………………………… 5-39
Locking tab… ……………………………… 1-7,3-8,3-9,3-12
Side connecting terminal covers… …………………… 3-11
Side connector…………………………………… 1-7,3-9,3-11
M
Slave ……………………………… 2-4,3-3,3-10,5-3,5-8,5-12
Main unit… ………………………………………………… 1-5
Standby mode setting…………………………………… 4-32
Master module communication method… …………… 5-18
Standby mode… …………………………………… 4-5,4-19
Master/slave setting………………………………………… 2-4
Standby operation … …………………………………… 4-32
Master… ……………………… 2-4,3-10,4-18,4-21,5-3,5-12
Standby output set value… …………………………… 4-32
Message composition…………………………………… 5-14
Station number………………… 1-6,2-4,3-10,5-3,5-10,5-12
MODBUS communication protocol… ………………… 5-12
System configuration… …………………………………… 2-3
Model code… ……………………………………………
System FAULT STATUS………………………………… 4-43
1-4
Monitor parameter… …………………………………… 5-34
Mounting screw hole… …………………………………… 1-7
Mounting screw………………………………………… 3-12
T
Terminal layout……………………………………… 3-13,3-14
Terminal resistance………………………………… 3-15,5-8
N
No response……………………………………5-15,5-17,5-18
NOT calculation specification……………………… 4-8,4-20
Transmission control steps……………………………… 5-18
W
Wiring for input/output…………………………………… 3-13
O
Operation parameter… ………………………………… 5-29
Wiring for power supply… ……………………………… 3-14
Wiring for RS-485………………………………………… 3-14
OR calculation specification… …………………… 4-8,4-20
P
Power terminal……………………………………… 1-7,3-14
PUM parameter loader software… ………………… 1-6,2-3
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