PUM Fuji loader TN5A0201d-E

PUM Fuji loader TN5A0201d-E
Instruction Manual
Type
PUM
Parameter loader for multi-loop
module-type temperature controller (PUM)
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Thank you very much for purchasing Fuji’s multi-loop module-type temperature controller. Please read this instruction manual
carefully before using the instrument. Make sure that this instruction manual will be handed over to the final user of this
software (PUM parameter loader).
Note
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
This manual is complied with possible care for the purpose of accuracy, however, Fuji Electric shall not be held liable for any
damages, including indirect damage, caused by typographical errors, absence of information or use of information in this
manual.
Contents
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Switching between display ON and OFF.................... 31
Relevant parameters .................................................. 33
Online function............................................................ 35
Module composition.................................................... 37
Checking the type code .............................................. 39
Displaying trend .......................................................... 41
Copying parameters ................................................... 43
Parameter list .............................................................. 47
Uploading (Transmission from PUM to PC) ............... 49
Downloading (Transmission from PC to PUM) ........... 52
Opening files ............................................................... 55
Saving the setting in a file........................................... 57
Exiting the PUM parameter loader ............................. 58
About the copyright of this software ................... 3
Outline ................................................................. 3
Operating environment ........................................ 3
Installing/uninstalling the software ....................... 4
Installation..................................................................... 4
Uninstallation ................................................................ 8
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Connecting your PC to the module-type temperature controller .. 9
Connection with RS-232C ............................................ 9
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Starting the PUM parameter loader ....................13
Selecting mode/File selection startup mode .............. 15
Selecting mode/module data reception launch mode .... 17
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Initial setting ....................................................... 21
Parameter setting .............................................. 23
“PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen..... 23
Setting parameters ..................................................... 26
Favorite ....................................................................... 28
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Troubleshooting ................................................. 60
Table of corresponding revision No. to PUM parameter loader.. 62
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1 About the copyright of this software
The copyright of this software (PUM parameter loader) belongs to Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. Reproduction of any form or distribution
of this software without permission is prohibited.
2 Outline
This software (PUM parameter loader) is an auxiliary tool for setting parameters and tuning the module-type temperature
controller. The setting conditions can be edited and saved with this software. By setting, editing, and saving parameters on your
PC, the setting can be copied for multiple module-type temperature controllers. The PV, SV, and MV trend can also be displayed
as an auxiliary tool for tuning the module-type temperature controllers.
Unless otherwise specified, the parameter loader for module-type temperature controllers (PUM) is referred to as “PUM
parameter loader” or “this software” in this manual.
3 Operating environment
OS
RAM
Free hard disk space
Display resolution
Excel
Reader
: Windows XP (English version)
: 128M bytes or more recommended
: 500M bytes or more recommended
: 1024 × 768 pixels or higher
: Microsoft ® Office Excel
: Adobe Reader
Note
 Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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4 Installing/uninstalling the software
Install the PUM parameter loader in your PC before use. Uninstall the software if it is no longer required.
Installation
Install the PUM parameter loader as follows.
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Open the “PUM loader” folder that has been downloaded, and then double-click “setup.exe.”
Refer to the Table of corresponding revision No. to a PUM parameter loader (P.62) for the software revision No.
Click [Next] to continue.
Click.
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Enter “User Name” and “Company Name”, then click [Next].
Click.
■To return to the previous screen
Click [<Back].
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
Note
You can not go to next procedure unless entry user’s information.
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Select set-up type, then click [Next].
Click.
– When you selected set-up type, [all (C)] → go to 7 .
– When you selected set-up type, [Custom (S)] → go to 5 .
■To return to the previous screen
Click [<Back].
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Select the folder you want to install in, then click [Next].
(1) Although you can change the folder you want to
install in by clicking [Change], we recommended
to install as the initial setting is.
(2) Click.
■To return to the previous screen
Click [<Back].
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Select the functions you want to install, then click [Next (N)>].
(1) You must check the box.
(2) Click.
■To return to the previous screen
Click [<Back].
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Click [Install].
Click.
■To return to the previous screen
Click [<Back].
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Installation begins.
■To cancel the installation
Click [Cancel].
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Click [Finish] to exit.
Click.
Uninstallation
Select “Setting (S)” → “Control panel (C)” → “Program Add/Delete” from the start menu to uninstall the software.
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5 Connecting your PC to the module-type temperature controller
Connect your PC to the module-type temperature controller using the RS-232C interface.
Note
 Make the setting, being careful not to make the station Nos. of the module-type temperature controllers duplicate. The station
number of the control module (PUMA/B) or the analog module is the station number configuration switch +1, and that of the event
module (PUME) is the station number configuration switch +17.
 Connection via RS-485 communication is not supported.
 When operating the parameters of the enhanced communication module, connect the loader connecting cable to the loader
communication port of the enhanced communication module.

Connection with RS-232C
Provide the optionally available cable for loader connection (RS-232C, Type: PUMZ *L01). Connect the RS-232C port (D-sub 9
pin) and the loader communication port on the front face of the module-type temperature controller with the loader connecting
cable.
[When connecting the PUM parameter loader to a control module, an event module, and an
analog module]
<Connecting a single unit>
Loader connecting cable
(RS-232C)
PUMZ*L01
Master
RS-232C
PC
294
27/#
%1/
.1#&'4
176
D-Sub 9 pin
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(
'
#
176
176
$%&
176
Station number
configuration switch
9
<Connecting multiple units>
(1) Adjust the station number configuration switch to “0” position.
* The station number configuration switch can be adjusted a
control/event/analog module in hexadecimal digits from 0
to F.
294
27/#
%1/
.1#&'4
176
( 176
56#6+10
#
176
'
176
Station number
configuration switch
$%&
(2) Connect one unit only first, and then select on the tree structure in the left field of the "PUM parameters Support" screen (on
P. 23) "Control module →1; Parameter → 6; Communication →6; Master/Slave" setting connected module to "Master". (See
"Parameter setting" on P. 23 for details of the setting.)
* The multiple module-type temperature controller set in (2) above functions as the master..
(3) Connect multiple module-type temperature controllers to the one set as the master clockwise.
Note
Be sure to turn off the power of the module-type temperature controllers before making connections.
(4) Set the station number configuration switches of the connected module-type temperature controllers as 1, 2, ……, F (station
Nos.: 2, 3, ……, 16) consecutively from left.
* Control/Analog module : Station number configuration switch set value + 1 = Station No.
Event module
: Station number configuration switch set value + 17 = Station No.
Note
Set the station number of the control/analog module in the range of “1” to “16” without number duplication.
(5) Following the procedure “Parameter setting” (on P.23), check that “Control module → 1; Parameter → 6; Communication →
6; Master/Slave setting connected module is set to “Slave” except for the first one, which is set to “Master.”
Note
When all the settings are completed, turn on the power again.
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Completed connections
Slave
Slave
COM
STATION
345
Slave
PUM-E
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
LOADER
STATION
345
F012
PWR
LOADER
89A
OUT4
PUM-E
67
㻲㻜㻝㻞
345
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
'R
89A
㻱
STATION
OUT3
㻟㻠㻡
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
'L
67
㻲㻜㻝㻞
COM
89A
㻱
PWR
LOADER
OUT2
㻿㼀㻭㼀㻵㻻㻺
㻣 㻤 㻥㻭
㻻㼁㼀㻠
PUM-A
COM
67
㻻㼁㼀㻟
㻢
㻮㻯㻰
Master
㻻㼁㼀㻞
PWR
OUT1
E
㻸㻻㻭㻰㻱㻾
㻮㻯㻰
㻟㻠㻡
㻣 㻤 㻥㻭
㻻㼁㼀㻠
㻿㼀㻭㼀㻵㻻㻺
㻢
㻻㼁㼀㻟
㻼㼁㻹㻙㻭
㻯㻻㻹
BCD
㻻㼁㼀㻞
㻼㼃㻾
㻻㼁㼀㻝
ST32
F
ST17
0
F012
㻸㻻㻭㻰㻱㻾
F012
㻼㼁㻹㻙㻭
㻯㻻㻹
E
㻼㼃㻾
㻻㼁㼀㻝
ST16
F
E
ST2
1
BCD
ST1
0
St. No.
Set value of the St. No. configuration switch
Event I/O module
(Total max. 16 units)
BCD
Control module + Analog I/O module
(Total max. 16 units)
Slave
[When connecting the PUM parameter loader to the enhanced communication module]
Loader connecting cable
(RS-232C)
PUMZ*L01
Master
RS-232C
PC
PWR
PUM-C
BUS
LOADER
RX1
TX1
STATION
345
E
78 9A
BCD
D-sub 9 pins
6
TX2
F012
RX2
St. No. configuration switch
*Figure above shows the case that Mitsubishi's programless communication (PUMCM) is used
Note
When you operate parameters of an enhanced communication module, the loader connecting cable should be connected to
the loader communication port on the enhanced communication module directly.
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Note
When all the settings are completed, turn the power on again.
<Completed connections>
PWR
PUM-A
COM
LOADER
PWR
PUM-A
PWR
COM
LOADER
COM
OUT1
OUT1
OUT2
OUT2
F012
E
F012
E
BCD
BCD
F012
345
Slave
COM
STATION
345
Slave
PUM-E
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
LOADER
STATION
345
89A
Slave
OUT4
STATION
PWR
LOADER
89A
E
OUT3
PUM-E
67
345
89A
OUT4
STATION
89A
BCD
Master
OUT3
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
&Q
67
345
89A
8 9A
OUT4
STATION
67
OUT3
67
345
67
TX2
STATION
67
RX2
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
&K
F012
LOADER
OUT2
F012
PUM-A
COM
OUT1
TX1
ST32
F
E
PWR
RX1
F012
LOADER
ST17
0
E
PUM-C
BUS
ST16
F
ST2
1
BCD
PWR
ST1
0
BCD
St. No. ST128
Set value of the St. No. 0 to 7 (Mitsubishi programless
communication)
configuration switch
0 to 99 (Profibus communication)
Event I/O module
(Total max. 16 units)
E
Control module + Analog I/O module
(Total max. 16 units)
BCD
Enhanced
communication module
Slave
*Figure above shows the case that Mitsubishi's programless communication (PUMCM) is used
Note
Always place the enhanced communication module on the left of the control module set as the master.
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6 Starting the PUM parameter loader
Select “PUM loader” on the start menu, and the following “ Module type selection” screen appears.
1
Select the type of the module-type temperature controller you want to start on the “module type selection” screen, then click
[OK].
(1) Select the type of the module-type temperature
controller you want to start.
(2) Click.
2
“Startup mode” screen appears.
The display screen of the control/ event/ analog module on start-up
“Selecting mode/File selection startup mode”
(p.15)
“Selecting mode/File selection startup mode”
(p.17)
* Only the control/event/analog module is
selectable of “Startup mode/Module data
reception launch mode”
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The display screen of the enhanced communication module on start-up
“Selecting mode/File selection startup mode”
(p.15)
“Selecting mode/Module data reception
launch mode” (p.17)
Note
If you select the module type other than the module-type temperature controller selected on the “Module type selection”
screen, communication fault on start-up occurs. Select the proper module type.
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Selecting mode/File selection startup mode
Read the parameter setting file stored previously as follows.
1
Select “File selection startup mode” on the “Startup mode” screen, and then click [OK].
The display screen of the control/event/analog module on start-up
(1) Click.
(2) Click
The display screen of the enhanced communication module on start-up
(1) Click.
(2) Click
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On the “File selection startup mode” screen, select the file or the parameter setting stored previously, and then click [Open].
(1) Select
(2) Click.
The “PUM loader-PUM parameters Support” screen appears (p.23).
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Selecting mode/module data reception launch mode
Read the parameter setting of the connected module-type temperature controllers as follows.
1
On the “Startup mode” screen, select “Module data reception launch mode” and then click [OK].
The display screen of the control/event/analog module on start-up
(1) Click.
(2) Click.
The display screen of the enhanced communication module on start-up
(1) Click.
(2) Click.
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The “PUM loader-PUM Parameters Support” screen appears (p.23).
Check the connected module-type temperature controllers automatically, and then read the set value out.
■To cancel reading
Press the [Esc] key on the keyboard to cancel reading.
Note
 Approximately 20 seconds are required to read the parameter settings per module-type temperature controller. Do not
perform other communication operations while the settings are read.
 Do not turn off the power of the module-type temperature controller while the settings are read.
 Do not pull out the loader connection cable while the settings are read.
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Reading the setting by selecting the Station No. of the module-type temperature
controllers connected
This method is not available when selected the "Enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]", "Enhanced comm
module [Profibus comm]" on the “module type selection”.
1
Select “Module data reception launch mode” on the “Startup mode” screen, check “Module connection designation,” and
click [OK].
(1) Click.
(2) Check.
(3) Click.
2
Check the St No. of the module-type temperature controller to be read on the “Station definition” screen, and then click [OK].
(1) Check.
*1
*1: Select from the Station Numbers of "Control
module" with Analog module.
(2) Click.
Note
Do not check the ST No. of the controller that is not connected. Otherwise a communication error occurs. The “communication
error” message does not appear in this case. (The reading from the module-type temperature controller connected is performed
normally.)
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The “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen appears (P.23).
Read the parameter set value out from the module-type temperature controller of the St. No. that was checked in the box.
■To cancel reading
Press the [Esc] key on the keyboard to cancel reading.
Note
 Approximately 20 seconds are required to read the parameter settings per module-type temperature controller. Do not perform
other communication operations while the settings are read.
 “Offline: STNo.” is displayed in (1) and a bar indicating progress status is displayed in (2) while communication is carried out.
“Offline: ” is displayed in (1) and nothing is displayed in (2) when communication is not carried out.
(1)
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7 Initial setting
Perform initial setting of the PUM parameter loader as follows.
1
On the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen, select “Initial setting” on the “File” menu.
Click.
2
Set required items on the “Initial setting” screen, and then click [OK].
Select COM port.
Baud rate: 19200 (Fixed)
Parity: None (Fixed)
Data length: 8 (Fixed)
Stop bit: 1 (Fixed)
Connection: Control/communication (Fixed)
* Note 1
“Online function” (P.35)
Language: English (Fixed)
Click.
* Note 1: Connection method is not selectable when started up with the enhanced communication module.
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Note
The “Online/Offline” setting can be made only when startup is performed by selecting “Module connection designation” on the “Startup
mode” screen.
The setting is always "Offline" on start-up.
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8 Parameter setting
In parameter setting, frequently-used parameters can be registered in Favorite, parameter settings can be changed, state of the
connected module-type temperature controllers can be checked, trend can be displayed, and parameters can be copied.
“PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen
On the “PUM loader – PUM Parameter Support” screen, parameter tree is displayed on the left, and setting can be made on the
right field.
[The display screen of the control/event/analog module on start-up]
“Station No. – (Channel)”
Parameter tree is displayed.
Parameters are displayed.
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Set values are displayed.
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[The display screen of the enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]
on start-up]
Parameter tree is displayed.
Parameters are displayed.
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Set values are displayed.
* Blank cell cannot be set.
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[The display screen of the enhanced comm module [Profibus comm] on start-up]
Parameter tree is displayed.
Parameters are displayed.
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Set values are displayed.
* Blank cell cannot be set.
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Setting parameters
This section describes how to set parameters.
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On the “PUM loader – PUMP Parameters Support” screen (on P.23), select the parameter group to be changed, and on the
setting screen on the right, double-click the setting to be changed.
(1) Select the parameter group from the Parameter tree.
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(2) Double-click the setting to be changed.
Set a desired value on the “Please set the value” window, and then click [OK].
Displays the parameter setting range
(1) Enter or select desired setting.
(2) Click.
■To transmit the changed setting to the module-type temperature controller
See Downloading (transmission from PC to PUM) (on P.52).
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Note
 When entering or selecting values from the pull-down menu, be careful not to select or enter those other than the set values
(such as character strings) or “No function” display other than “0: No function.”
 Do not set the same value for “PV input scale lower” and “PV input scale Upper”
 The term "Logic output" used for event module parameters represents event output.
 When PV input type, PV input scale upper/lower limit, or decimal point position is changed, review all the industrial value
parameters, which are displayed in %FS unit.
 When the parameter display is scrolled, parameters of a different group may be displayed. In this case, display a different
group first, and then display the desired group.
 The setting range display may exceed the value that can actually be set.
 Do not directly enter numeric values for the parameters for which pull-down menu is displayed. (The values that do not fall
within the setting range may be set.)
 Some values banned setting are included in the setting range displaied in the enhanced communication module. Refer to
the detailed parameter manual in the relevant parameters (p.33) about the values banned setting.
Point
 Press the [Enter] key on the keyboard while the setting to be changed is selected, and the setting entry or selection screen
is displayed. If the [F5] key on the keyboard is pressed, the focus is switched between the parameter tree screen (on the left
side) and the setting screen (on the right side).
 The settings that have been changed are displayed in red. The red display is kept valid until they are uploaded.
 <SV limit value>
The SV value is limited and automatically changed according to the change of SV limit.
 <Automatic industrial value conversion>
The parameters displayed in industrial values are automatically converted into values within the setting range in
accordance with the change of PV input type, PV scale, and decimal point position.
 <Automatic alarm setting conversion>
The alarm settings are automatically converted into values within the setting range in accordance with the DO output
event type setting.
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Favorite
Frequently-used parameters can be set in “Favorite” in the parameter tree screen on the left side. Up to 200 parameters per
module can be registered.
Displays parameters set in “Favorite.”
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Registering in “Favorite”
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On the parameter tree of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23), right-click the parameter you want
to register in “Favorite” and then click “Favorite Add/Delete.”
(2) Click.
(1) Right-click.
Point
Press the [F2] key on the keyboard while a parameter is selected on the parameter tree on the left side, and the parameter
can be registered in Favorite.
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Deleting the registration in “Favorite”
1
Right-click a parameter within the “Favorite” tree on the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23), and
then click “Favorite Add/Delete.”
(2) Click.
(1) Right-click.
Point
Press the [F2] key on the keyboard while a parameter is selected on the parameter tree screen on the left side, and the
parameter can be deleted from Favorite.
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Switching between display ON and OFF
Parameter display on the setting screen on the right side can be changed between ON and OFF.
Parameters set as “OFF” are not
displayed on the setting screen on the
right side.
Parameters set as “OFF” are displayed
in boldface type.
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Switching between display ON and OFF
1
Right-click the parameter to be or not to be displayed on the parameter tree screen (on the left side) of the “PUM loader –
PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23), and click “Display ON/OFF.”
(2) Click.
(1) Right-click.
Point
 You can also press the [F4] key on the keyboard while the parameter is selected on the parameter tree screen (on the left
side) to switch between ON and OFF.
 You can also double-click the parameter on the parameter tree screen (on the left side) to switch between ON and OFF.
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Relevant parameters
Detailed description of the selected parameters can be displayed. Detailed display/settings of related parameters can also be
made.
1
Select a parameter from the parameter tree screen on the left side of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen
(on P.23), and then right-click the setting that displays a related parameter on the setting screen (on the right side).
(1) Select a parameter from the tree.
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(2) Right-click the setting that displays a related parameter, or press
the [F1] key on the keyboard.
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Check the related parameter on the “Relevant parameters” screen.
Displays related parameters.
Setting change can also be
made.
Click to display detailed manual of the parameter.
■To display detailed manual of the parameter
Click [Manual], and detailed manual of the parameter is displayed.
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Online function
As soon as the parameter is changed, the change can be written into the module-type temperature controller.
1
Select “Initial setting” on the “File” menu of the “PUM loader – PUMP Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Select “Online” on the “Initial setting” screen, and then click [OK].
(1) Select Online.
(2) Click.
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Note
 The “Online/Offline” setting can be made only when startup is performed by selecting “Module data reception launch mode”
in “Startup mode” (P.17).
 If a parameter that affects other parameters is changed online, all the parameters of the module-type temperature controller
having the changed parameter are read. Reading takes approximately 20 seconds per module-type temperature controller.
 If a parameter that changes its value when processing is exited such as auto tuning start command, reading is continued
until the value reaches “0.”
 If “Offline” is selected in initial setting, do not set values for the following parameters other than those shown.
“Auto - tuning RUN command” = Stop/End
“Digital output latch release command” = OFF
“Reset main unit” = None
 The setting is always "Offline" on start-up.
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Module composition
The composition of the connected module-type temperature controllers can be checked.
1
Select “Module composition” from the “Tool” menu of the “PUMP loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Check the composition of the module-type temperature controller on the “Module composition” screen.
[Display screen of the control/event/analog module on start-up]
Displays Staion No.
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Displays model code/serial code.
Displays the module-type temperature
controller connected.
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[Display screen of the enhanced communication module on start-up]
It displays St. No. for enhanced
communication. ( * Note that this is
different from the St. No. of the loader
communication port)
It displays model code/serial code.
It displays the connected module-type
temperature controller.
Note
Error is displayed if the module-type temperature controller is not connected properly.
[Error display]
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Checking the type code
The type code of the module-type temperature controller currently edited can be checked.
1
Select “Model composition” from the “Tool” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen.
Click.
2
Select a desired model code on the “Display model code” screen, and then click [OK].
[Display screen of the control/event/analog module on start-up]
Click.
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[Display screen of the enhanced communication module on start-up]
Click.
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Displaying trend
Data trend can be displayed. Pens can be defined for up to 10 groups, with 8 pens regarded as one group.
•This method is not available when selected the "Enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]", "Enhanced comm
module [Profibus comm]" on the “module type selection”.
1
Select “Trend definition” from the “Tool” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Set required items on the “Trend selection” screen, and then click “Trend Disp.”
(2) Set the duration from the time when
sampling is completed until the next
sampling is started.
(1) Select a desired group.
(3) Set the values for which trend data
is to be displayed.
*1
(6) Stops collecting the
trend data.
(4) Starts collecting the
trend data.
(7) Displays the trend data in
CSV format.
(5) Click.
*1: When you select the St. No from the analog module, do not select "Set value (SV)", "Manipulating value (MV1)", or
"Manipulating value (MV2)".
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Check the trend display on the “TrendDisplay – Trend” screen.
Select a pen for which scale is to be displayed.
Note




Save the trend data, if required, in a CSV file by giving a name to it.
If the trend data is displayed in a CSV file, the CSV file previously displayed is overwritten.
If the displayed CSV file is saved, the time display becomes “00” (fraction omitted).
If sec. display is required, select “time” for display format in Excel cell format setting, change it into desired display format,
and then save the data.
 The first data at the start of trend display may differ from the actual value.
 Do not press the “Start trend” button on the trend select screen while the trend is being displayed. Otherwise the trend is
displayed overlapped.
 The final data may not be displayed when the trend display is stopped. Check the data in CSV format in this case.
 When you select the St. No from the analog module, do not select "Set value (SV)", "Manipulating value (MV1)", or
"Manipulating value (MV2)".
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Copying parameters
Parameter settings can be copied between channels or stations.
•This method is not available when selected the "Enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]", "Enhanced comm
module [Profibus comm]" on the “module type selection”.
Copying between channels
1
Select “Parameter copy” from the “Tool” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Click the “Ch. Copy” tab on the “Parameter copy” screen.
Click.
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Select the St-Ch No. from which the parameter is to be copied and that to which it is written, and then click [OK].
(1) Select the station No. and the channel No. of the file to be
copied in “From (St.-Ch. No.)”
(2) Select the channel No. to which the copied file is to be
written in “To (Ch. No.)”
(3) Click.
4
Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” window.
Click.
■To cancel parameter copying
Click [Cancel].
Point
In Ch. copy, the data is copied only within the station specified in “From (St.-Ch. No.)”.
Note
 Make sure that the channel No. on the left side becomes smaller than that of the right side when specifying the channel to
which the parameter is to be written.
 Copied parameters are not written into the module-type temperature controller online.
 When “Ch. copy” in parameter copy function is used, do not specify the No. of the station that does not exist. Otherwise an
erroneous value is copied.
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Copying between stations
1
Select “Parameter copy (C)” from the “Tool (T)” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Click the “St. copy” tab on the “Parameter copy” screen.
Click.
■To copy event module parameters between stations
Click the “St. copy (Event)” tab.
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Select the St-Ch No. from which the parameter is to be copied and that to which it is written, and then click [OK].
(1) Select the station No. from which the parameter is to be
copied in “From (St. No.)”.
(2) Select the station No. to which the parameter is to be
written in “To (St. No.)”.
(3) Click.
4
Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” screen.
Click.
■To cancel the parameter copy
Click [Cancel].
Point
Follow the same procedure for copying parameters between stations (Event).
Note
 Be sure not to specify station No. that has not been defined. Otherwise an erroneous value may be written in the parameter.
 Make sure that the station No. of the left side becomes smaller than that of the right side when specifying the station to
which the parameter is to be written.
 Copied parameters are not written into the module-type temperature controller online.
 You cannot inter-station copy on the other type modules.
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Parameter list
Parameter setting can be printed or displayed in CSV file format for each module-type temperature controller.
1
Select “Parameter list” from the “Tool” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Set necessary items on the “Parameter list” screen, and then click “Print” or “CSV Disp.”
Select a module-type temperature controller to be printed or
displayed.
*Note 1
Enter comment.
Click to display the parameter list in
CSV file format.
Click to print the parameter list.
* Note1: The module type is not selectable when starting up with the enhanced communication module.
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Note
 The entered contents may be automatically converted into Excel format depending on the contents of the user comment.
(Example: 4-20 → April 20)
 The value “0” in fractional portion is not displayed in CSV format.
 Printing is made on A4 paper in vertical orientation (fixed).
 The setting display of the PUM parameter loader and the display of the printing/CSV output result may not be the same.
Example: If the PUM parameter loader display = “0009,” the result of printing/CSV output = “9.”
 If setting displayed in binary digit is printed or output in CSV format, the setting is displayed as a decimal number.
Example: If DO1 optional function setting = “0101,” the result of printing/CSV output = “101.”
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Uploading (Transmission from PUM to PC)
The parameter setting of the module-type temperature controller can be received in batch.
1
Select “Upload (PC ← PUM data transmit) (U)” from the “Data (D)” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support”
screen (on P.23).
Click.
* Proceed to 2 when selected the “control/event/analog” on the “module type selection”.
* Proceed to 3 when selected the "Enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]", "Enhanced comm module
[Profibus comm]" on the “module type selection”.
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Check the ST Nos. of the module-type temperature controllers to be uploaded on the “Station definition” screen, and then
click [OK].
(1) Check.
(2) Click.
Proceed to 4 .
Note
Do not check the box of the module not connected.
3
Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” screen.
Click.
■To cancel uploading
Click [Cancel] .
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Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” screen.
Click [OK] to save the parameter setting currently selected.
Click.
■Not to save the parameter setting currently selected
Click [Cancel] .
5
Select the file to which the parameter setting is to be saved on the “Save as” screen, and then click “Save.”
(1) Select the file in which the parameter
setting is to be saved.
(2) Click.
Note
 Approximately 20 seconds are required for uploading per module-type temperature controller. Do not perform other
communication operations while the settings are read.
 Do not turn off the power of the module-type temperature controller while the settings are read.
 Do not pull out the loader connection cable while the settings are read.
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Downloading (Transmission from PC to PUM)
Parameter settings can be transmitted to the connected module-type temperature controllers.
1
Select “Download (PC → PUM data transmit (D)” from the “Data (D)” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support”
screen (on P.23).
Click.
* Proceed to 2 when selected the “control/event/analog” on the “module type selection”.
* Proceed to 3 when selected the "Enhanced comm module [Mitsubishi's programless comm]", "Enhanced comm module
[Profibus comm]" on the “module type selection”.
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Check the St Nos. of the module-type temperature controllers to be downloaded on the “Station definition” screen, and then
click [OK].
(1) Check.
(2) Click.
Note
Do not check the box of the module not connected.
■To cancel downloading.
Click [Cancel] .
3
Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” screen.
Click.
■To cancel downloading.
Click [Cancel] .
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Note
 Approximately 20 seconds are required for downloading per module-type temperature controller. Do not perform other
communication operations while downloading.
 Do not turn off the power of the module-type temperature controller while downloading.
 Do not pull out the loader connection cable while downloading.
 Do not carry out downloading with the auto tuning start command set at “1.”
 Check that the main unit reset is set to “0,” communication permit setting to “1,” and that the master/slave data is correct,
and then carry out downloading.
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Opening files
Data saved in a file can be read.
1
Select “Open” from the “Data” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Click [OK] on the “PUM loader” screen.
Click [OK] to save the parameter setting currently selected and go to 3.
Click.
■Not to save the parameter setting currently selected and go to 4.
Click [Cancel].
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3
Select a file to which the parameter setting is to be saved on the “Save as” screen, and then click [Save (S)].
(1) Select the file in which the data is
saved.
(2) Click.
4
Select the desired file on the “Open” screen, and then click [Open].
(1) Select the parameter setting file.
(2) Click.
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Saving the setting in a file
The current parameter settings can be saved in a file.
1
Select “Save” from the “Data” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Select the file in which the parameter settings are to be saved on the “Save as” screen, and then click [Save].
(1) Select the file.
(2) Click.
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Exiting the PUM parameter loader
Exit the PUM parameter loader as follows.
1
Select “Exit” from the “File” menu of the “PUM loader – PUM Parameters Support” screen (on P.23).
Click.
2
Click [Yes] on the “Exit” window.
Click [Yes] to save the parameter setting currently selected and go to 3.
Click.
■Not to save the parameter setting currently selected
Click [No].
■To cancel the exit from PUM parameter loader
Click [Cancel].
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Select a file in which the data is to be saved on the “Save as” screen, and then click [Save].”
(1) Select the file in which the data is to be
saved.
(2) Click.
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9 Troubleshooting
The following table lists the trouble symptoms that may appear when the setting of the module-type temperature controller is
made using the PUM parameter loader, their causes, and remedies.
Trouble
Causes
Solution
None of the connected module is
capable of communicating with
the loader software.
Improper PUM parameter loader software
connection
Check that the PUM parameter loader software and
the modules are connected properly.
Improper connection of the PUM
parameter loader connecting cables
Check the connection of the PUM parameter loader
connecting cable. Check if the cable is break or not.
Check if the assembly of the PUM parameter loader
connecting cable is proper or not.
Improper station No. setting
Check if communicating to the correct station
number.
Check if the set station number is duplicated.
Incompatible communication conditions
Check that the communication specifications of
the loader software and those of the module are
compatible.
Several master are defined.
Define only one master.
Only some of the connected
modules cannot communicate
with the PUM parameter loader.
Improper PUM parameter loader software
connection
Check that the loader software is connected to the
master of internal communication between modules.
Parameters can not be changed.
RS-485 communication permission is set
to "Read only".
Change the setting to "Readable/Writable".
The parameter input value tried to write
the value out of the setting range
Change the parameter input value to the one in the
setting range and then write again.
SV value may be changed as a result of
changing the SV value.
Set the SV limit value larger than the SV value. Set
the SV value within the SV limit value range.
The parameter set value for industrial
value display is automatically changed by
change of PV input type, PV scale (Analog
input type, Analog input scale for Analog
module), decimal point position, unit
display.
—
Alarm settings are automatically changed
depending on the setting of DO output
event type.
—
After download, parameter value
was displayed as "-".
When selected an enhanced
communication module, the value to the
register address was set, which can not
be accepted by a module.
Upload (or restart the loader), and restore from
the "-" state, and then set the appropriate register
address.
Parameters are displayed as "–"
after uploading/downloading.
Communication error may be occurring.
Check the communication environment. Check the
master/slave setting in connected modules.
Online mode cannot be used.
Online mode cannot be used if startup
is carried out by clicking "File selection
startup mode".
Start from "Startup mode/Module data reception
launch mode".
Parameter setting that has not
been changed is changed.
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Causes
Solution
Data display is not updated when
parameters are copied.
The tree display is not updated.
Click the parameters on the parameter tree display
(on the left side of the screen) to update the tree.
"Communication port does not
open" is displayed.
Multiple communication programs have
been started.
Terminate the all communication program, and then
restart the PUM parameter loader.
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10 Table of corresponding revision No. to PUM parameter loader
This parameter loader corresponds to the revision numbers of PUM series listed in the table below..
Parameter
loader
version
Revision No.
Control
module
Event
module
Analog
module
1.1.1
○
○
×
1.3.2
○
○
1.3.5
○
○
Enhanced comm
module
[Mitsubishi's
PLC programless
comm]
Languages
Enhanced comm
module
[PROFIBUS]
Japanese
English
Chinese
×
×
○
○
×
○
01A *1
×
○
○
×
○
02A *2
○
○
○
○
*3
[Legend symbols]
○‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥ Operate on the corresponding parameter version.
×‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥ Unsupported. Use the parameter version marked ○ .
Character string,such as "01A" ‥ Operable parameter loader version differs depending on the revision No. of PUM series.
Check the revision No. with the following procedures, and use the corresponding parameter
loader version.
Find the revision No. of PUM series described on the seal by removing the front terminal block.
Ex : In the case of a control module, the seal shown as below is applied.
PUM -
A
No.
********T
NOTE :
****/02A
After " / " indicates the revision No.
*1: Use the version before 1.3.2.
*2: Use the version after 1.3.5.
*3: Operation on other than the Chinese-language version of Windows results in garble.
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