三菱電機 MX Sheet 軟體操作手冊

三菱電機 MX Sheet 軟體操作手冊

CHAPTER 6 CELL SETTING

CHAPTER 6

CELL SETTING

This chapter explains cell setting required to operate MX Sheet.

6.1

Operation of Cell Settings Screen

This section explains the displaying procedure and setting item change of the Cell Settings screen.

In the Cell Settings screen, its setting items change automatically depending on the selected function.

Screen display

[MX Sheet] [Cell Setting] (

)

The setting of the Cell Settings screen can be changed by selecting "Use" of the <<Use>> tab.

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Selecting "Use" changes setting items.

The following table shows the function outlines and relevant sections for options of "use".

Item

Logging

Monitor

Write

Alarm summary

Comment

Function

Set when using the logging function.

Set when using the monitor function.

Set when using the write function.

Set when using the alarm summary function.

Set when using the comment display function.

Reference

Page 32, Section 6.2

Page 67, Section 6.3

Page 76, Section 6.4

Page 84, Section 6.5

Page 94, Section 6.6

Inverter communication is not supported other than "Logging".

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6.2

When "Logging" is Selected

This section explains the Cell Settings screen when "Logging" is selected from "Use" of the <<Use>> tab.

<<Use>> tab <<Access Data>> tab

Required setting

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

Required setting

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

<<Operation Interval>> tab

Required setting

 Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

<<Device Trigger>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 52,

Section 6.2.4

<<Handshake>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 54,

Section 6.2.5

<<CSV Logging>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 64,

Section 6.2.6

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6.2.1

Setting of the <<Use>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Use>> tab for use of the logging function.

on the <<Use>> tab, set the cell area, logging data display position, displayed content, and operation when the cell is full.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Item

Use

Cell Area Name

Cell Area

Set the Color of Grid line

Set the Color for Filling

Clear cell area at the start of communication

New data location

Display Contents

Description

Set the function to be used for the specified cell area.

Select "Logging" when using the logging function.

Set the name of the specified cell area.

(Maximum number of cell area names : 100)

Reference

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Enter the value to specify the cell area.

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Set whether the specified cell area is provided with grid lines (including color designation) or not.

Set whether the specified cell area is colored or not.

When "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected, the data in the cell area specified at the start of communication is cleared.

(Default: selected)

Set the latest data display position of the logging data.

• Last Line

The latest data is displayed at the lost of the specified cell area.

• First Line

The latest data is displayed at the first of the specified cell area.

Set whether the title and the date and time are added to the displayed logging data or not.

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Item

Operating when cell is full

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set the operation to be performed when the specified cell area is full.

• To scroll

The displayed content are scrolled and displayed.

• Display from the first without clearing the cell area

The data currently displayed in the cell area are overwritten and logging is resumed. Before logging is resumed, the Excel spreadsheet can be printed and saved.

• Display from the first after clearing the cell area

The data displayed in the cell area are erased and logging is resumed.

Before logging is resumed, the Excel spreadsheet can be printed and saved.

Reference

Page 38, (6) in this section

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

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(1) "Cell Area"

Set the cell area to be used by the logging function.

(a) Setting examples

<When a single cell range is specified (B2 to D5)>

B2 : D5

Enter the cell numbers with ":" in between.

Cell area from B2 to D5

(Number of cells : 12)

<When multiple cell areas are specified (B2 to D5 (Specified cell area 1) and B8 to D11 (Specified cell area 2))>

B2 : D5 , B8 : D11

Specified cell area 2

Enter the cell areas with "," in between.

Specified cell area 1

Specified cell area 1

(B2 to D5)

Specified cell areas 1 and 2 are displayed in this order.

In this case;

Number of specified cell area : 2

Number of cells : 24

Specified cell area 2

(B8 to D11)

(b) Setting ranges

The following shows the available setting ranges for the cell area and number of specified cell areas.

• Cell area: When date and time are added: 255 columns 65536 rows

When date and time are not added: 256 columns 65536 rows

• Number of specified cell areas: Up to 16

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(2) "Set the Color of Grid line" and "Set the Color for Filling"

Set the colors of cell area grid lines and cell filling.

Depending on the selection, all area may be colored gray.

For details, refer to the following consideration.

Page 7, OPERATING CONSIDERATIONS

(3) "Clear cell area at the start of communication"

Set whether the cell area is cleared or not at the start of communication.

(a) Display example in the case where "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected.

<Before the start of communication>

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:00

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:05

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:10

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16

17

37

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<At the start of communication>

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<At the completion of the first collection>

2012/05/24 Mon 15:00:00 31 102

(b) Display example in the case where "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is not selected.

<Before the start of communication>

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:00

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:05

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:10

15

16

17

37

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<At the start of communication>

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:00

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:05

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:10

<At the completion of the first collection>

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:00

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:05

2012/06/25 Mon 13:00:10

2012/06/25 Mon 15:00:00

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(4) "New data location"

Set the newest data location when the logging function is used.

<Display example>

• When "Last Line" is selected

Old data

• When "First Line" is selected.

New data

New data

Old data

(5) "Display Contents"

(a) "Add title" check box

Set whether the date and time and the title for device name is displayed or not at the first line of the "Cell

Area". When displaying the title, select the check box.

<Display example>

When "Add date and time details" is selected and the devices D100 to D103 are set

The device name set on the <<Access Data>> tab is displayed.

Title

Collection data

Date Time

2012/06/25 Mon 13:24:14

2012/06/25 Mon 13:24:17

D100

30

40

D101

100

80

D102

0

0

D103

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● The title display line is not the target of cell area clear at the start of communication or clear when cell is full.

● When the Cell Area is set at multiple locations, the title is displayed for only the Cell Area specified first.

<Example>

When the Cell Area on the <<Use>> tab is set to B2:E4, B6:E8)

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(b) "Add date and time details" check box

Set whether the logging date and time are added to the cell area set in the "Cell Area" or not.

When adding the date and time, select the check box.

In this case, the leftmost column of the logging data area is used for the date and time. (One item of logging data decreases.)

The date and time column displays the date and time of the personal computer where MX Sheet is installed.

2012/06/28 Thu 15:14:34

Indicates the time as "hours: minutes: seconds".

Indicates the day of the week as "Sun (Sunday),

Mon (Monday), Tue (Tuesday), Wed (Wednesday),

Thu (Thursday), Fri (Friday), Sat (Saturday)".

Indicates the date as "year/month/day".

Remark

The above date and time can be edited on Excel.

If the cell setting is edited again after editing on Excel, the setting on Excel are invalid.

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(6) "Operating when cell is full"

Set the operation to be performed when the cell area is full of logging data.

When "New data location" is set for "First Line", "Display from the beginning without clearing the cell area" cannot be selected.

(a) When "To scroll" is selected

<When "New data location" is set for "Last Line">

First data

Second data

Third data

Fourth data

Fifth data

Second data

Third data

Fourth data

Fifth data

Sixth data

Scrolled up.

<When "New data location" is set for "First Line">

Fifth data

Fourth data

Third data

Second data

First data

Sixth data

Fifth data

Fourth data

Third data

Second data

Scrolled down.

(b) When "Display from the beginning without clearing the cell area" is selected

When the cell is full, Excel spreadsheet print or Excel book save can also be performed.

First data

Second data

Third data

Fourth data

Fifth data

Print or save

Excel spreadsheet.

Sixth data

Second data

Third data

Fourth data

Fifth data

Data are overwritten, beginning with the first data.

(c) When "Display from the beginning after clearing the cell area" is selected

When the cell is full, Excel spreadsheet print or Excel book save can also be performed.

First data

Second data

Third data

Fourth data

Fifth data

Print or save

Excel spreadsheet.

Sixth data

Data are overwritten, beginning with the first data.

(d) When "Print the Excel spreadsheet" is selected

The Excel spreadsheet is printed when the cell is full.

After completion of print, all data are erased and logging is resumed.

This item can be selected when "Operating when cell is full" is set to (b) or (c).

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(e) When "Save to file" is selected

The Excel book is saved when the cell is full.

After completion of save, all data are erased and logging is resumed.

This item can be selected when "Operating when cell is full" is set to (b) or (c).

When choosing "Save to file", set the following settings for the file where data is saved.

Item

File name to save

Description

The storage location and file name is set for the Excel book to be saved when the cell is full.

*1

The Excel file (.xls, .xlsx

*2

, .xlsm

*2

, .xlsb

*2

) or HTML file (.htm)

*3

or CSV file (.csv) can be set as the file type.

*4

The file set in "File name to save" saves data with the date and time added to its file name.

The following shows a file name format when data is saved.

*****20120523183536.

extension

Add date and time to File name

Add sequential number to

File name

Extension set to "File name to save"

Seconds

Minutes

Hours

Day

Month

Year

File name set in "File name to save"

The file set in "File name to save" saves data with a number added to its file name.

A serial number can be set within the range of 000 to 999.

When the number is reached to the last, the file of the first number is overwritten by the newly saving file.

The following shows the file name format when data is saved.

*****000.

extension

Extension set in "File name to save"

File number

File name set in "File name to save"

Fix the File name The file set in "File name to save" is overwritten by data.

*1 : A UNC path name (\\server name\path name) cannot be specified as a file name. After assigning the network drive, specify the path name.

*2 : .xlsx, .xlsm, and .xlsb are Workbook-format extensions added to Microsoft

®

Excel

®

2007 or later.

*3 : For the continuous operation when saving data automatically in HTML format, refer to the following appendix.

 Page 155, Appendix 6.

*4 : In the case of an Excel file or HTML file, the whole Excel book is saved. However, in the case of a CSV file, only the data of the target sheet is saved.

(7) Preset cell areas

The cell areas already set to the Excel book are displayed.

The following operations are available by selecting the cell area name in the "preset cell areas".

(a) Reading the settings

Select and double-click the cell area name to read the settings of the selected cell area name to the Cell

Settings screen.

(b) Deleting the settings

Select the cell area name and press the  key to erase all the settings of the selected cell area name.

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6.2.2

Setting of the <<Access Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Access Data>> tab for use of the logging function.

On the <<Access Data>> tab, set the logical station number required for communication with the programmable controller CPU and the device data to be collected in the cell area.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Logical Station Number

Description

Select the logical station number required for performing communication.

Reference

Page 41, (1) in this section

Remote password *1

1) (Access data)

button

2) (Number of set devices)

Used to start the communication setup utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Enter the password when the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU.

Set the devices or labels to be logged.

The number of devices currently set is displayed.

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Page 41, (3) in this section

Page 41, (4) in this section

Page 45, (5) in this section

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Remote password" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" of the <<Access

Data>> tab is the one for the password function compatible module.

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(1) "Logical Station Number"

Select the logical station number required for communication.

If the logical station number is already set, the number is displayed in the list box and can be selected.

If the logical station number is not set, click the button and set a new logical station number.

(2) button

This button is used to start the communication setup utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Select "Run as administrator" when the screen is displayed asking if execute programs with administrator authority or not.

After starting the communication setup utility, click on the and change the settings with the Communication Setting Wizard.

button and set a new logical station number

For the detailed explanation of the communication setup utility and Communication Setting Wizard, refer to the following manual.

MX Component Version 4 Operating Manual

(3) "Remote password"

"Remote password" box is displayed when the setting of the logical station number selected in "Logical Station

Number" includes information on the connection to the module with the password function.

When the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU, enter the password.

It need not be entered when the password is not set.

(4) Access data

(a) Order of display

Data are displayed in the cell area in the order of the numbers shown on the left of the <<Access Data>> tab.

<Device data display example>

Setting example of the <<Access Data>> tab

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Data numbers

The device data are displayed on Excel as shown below.

Displayed in order of data numbers.

Data No. 1 Data No. 2 Data No. 3

(b) "Device"

Enter a device or label to be accessed.

• When entering a device, enter a device name and device number in this order.

• When entering a label, enter other than structured data type label and array type label.

• When inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, input the monitor type of inverter in decimal number.

For the accessible devices, refer to the following manual.

Page 26, Section 3.2

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(c) "Data Type"

Set the data type to be displayed in the cell.

Item Available Device Description

Bit

16 bit integer

32 bit integer

(-2147483648 to

2147483647)

*1

(-32768 to 32767)

Character string

Bit device

Word device

(Bit specification)

Bit device

Word device

Bit device

Word device

Monitor type

Bit device

Word device

The bit devices set in "Device" are displayed in a single cell in units of one bit.

Designated bits for word device set in "Device" are displayed in a single cell in units of one bit (e.g. D0.0).

Displayed in a single cell in units of 1 word (16 bits), starting with the

16 bit integer device number set in "Device".

*2

Displayed in a single cell in units of 1 word, starting with the device number set in "Device".

*2

Displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words (32 bits), starting with the device number set in "Device".

*2

Displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words, starting with the device number set in "Device".

*2

The monitor types set in "Device" are displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words.

*2

The data of the device number set in "Device" are displayed in the cell as character strings.

*3

The data of the device number set in "Device" are displayed in the cell as character strings.

*3

Real number

(±2

-126

|value| < ±2

128

, 0)

Bit device

Word device

Displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words (32 bits), starting with

Real number the device number set in "Device".

*2

Displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words, starting with the device number set in "Device".

*2

*1 : When the data type other than bit type device is specified to "Device", 16 bit integer is set to "Data type".

*2 : The displayed value changes depending on the "Zoom" setting. Refer to (f) for details.

*3 : The unit and the number of displayed characters of the read data change depending on the "No. of characters" setting. Refer to (e) for details.

(d) "Value"

Select the display format of the value to be displayed in the cell from DEC and HEX.

Depending on the "Data Type", the "Value" and "Zoom" can be selected/set as shown below.

Bit

Data Type

16 bit integer

32 bit integer

Character String

Real number

Item

Value

Not applicable

DEC

HEX

DEC

HEX

Not applicable

Not applicable

Zoom

Not applicable

Applicable

Not applicable

Applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Applicable

Cell data display

0 or 1

Displayed in decimal

Display in 4-digit hexadecimal

(Example: 03EB)

Displayed in decimal

Display in 8-digit hexadecimal

(Example: 03EB03EA)

Character string is displayed (Example: ABCD)

Real number is displayed (Example: 1.36E-36)

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(e) "No. of characters"

Set the number of characters to be displayed in a single cell.

Setting range: 40

Depending on the value set in "No. of characters" and device data, the character strings may not be displayed in the cell.

The following are the examples of setting 1 to 4 in "No. of characters".

<Example>

When displaying the character strings stored in D0 to D3

D0

D1

D2

D3 b15 to b8 b7 to b0

B A

D

F

C

E

H G

<When "No. of characters" is set to "1">

The data is displayed in a single cell in units of 1 word (16 bits).

Only the character stored in b0 to b7 of D0 is displayed.

The character stored in b8 to b15 of D0 is not displayed.

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D0 (b0 to b7) data is displayed.

<When "No. of characters" is set to "2">

The data is displayed in a single cell in units of 1 word (16 bits).

The character strings stored in b0 to b7 and b8 to b15 are displayed in this order.

D0 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) data is displayed.

<When "No. of characters" is set to "3">

The data is displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words (32 bits).

The character strings stored in D0 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) and D1 (b0 to b7) are displayed.

The character string stored in b8 to b15 of D1 is not displayed.

D0 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) and D1 (b0 to b7) data is displayed.

<When "No. of characters" is set to "4">

The data is displayed in a single cell in units of 2 words (32 bits).

The character strings stored in D0 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) and D1 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) are displayed in this order.

D0 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) and D1 (b0 to b7, b8 to b15) data is displayed.

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(f) "Zoom"

The device value read from the programmable controller CPU is multiplied by the zoom ratio and displayed in the cell.

When "Data Type" is set to "Bit" or "Character string", the "Zoom" setting is not possible.

When the "Value" is set to "HEX", the "Zoom" setting is not possible.

When inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, '1' is displayed.

Setting range: 0.001 to 1000

Programmable controller

CPU

D0

Set "Zoom" to "0.1".

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Displayed 2.5 on Excel.

(g) "No. of cells"

Set the number of cells to be used for the device set in "Device" within the area specified in "Cell Area".

When the system labels are specified to devices, or inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, '1' is displayed.

<Device data display example>

Setting example of the <<Access Data>> tab

Device: D0

Data type: 16 bit integer

Number of cells: 3

The device data are displayed on Excel as shown below.

3 points are displayed in order, starting with D0.

These are set as the cell area but not used.

(h) "Dev. Points"

The points of the devices to be consecutively read starting with the device number set in "Device" are displayed.

When inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, '2' is displayed.

(i) "In unit"

The unit of the device to be shown in the cell is displayed.

When inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, "Word" is displayed.

(5) The number of set devices

The number of device points and others set to the cell area are displayed.

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Indicates the number of device points set for the logging function in the cell area.

Indicates the number of cells available for the cell area.

Indicates the number of cells where the device is set in the cell area.

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6.2.3

Setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab for use of the logging function.

On the <<Operation Interval>> tab, set the day, time and time zone of the activation of the function for the cell area.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Item

Set the Operation Interval

Description

Set the operation of the cell area valid or invalid.

Reference

Page 47, (1) in this section

Operation day

Operation time

Set the operation day of the logging activation.

Set the operation time of the logging activation.

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Page 47, (3) in this section

Logging Time zone

*1

1) (Preset cell areas)

Set the time zone of the logging activation.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

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Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : If the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" of the <<Access Data>> tab is the one for modem communication, "Logging Time zone" is switched to "Telephone line connectivity time zone".

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Item

Telephone line connectivity time zone

Description

Sets the timing of connection and disconnection of the telephone line.

Reference

Page 48, (5) in this section

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(1) "Set the Operation Interval"

To set the settings of cell area invalid or to use the function of cell area for 1 shot communication only, clear the check box. (Do not clear the check mark for the case of ordinary operation.)

(2) "Operation day"

Set the operation day of device data collection.

(a) When "Daily" is selected

Operation is performed every day.

(b) When "Weekly" is selected

Operation is performed on the specified day of the week only.

Multiple days of the week can be set.

(c) When "Monthly" is selected

Operation is performed on the specified days only.

If the specified day does not exist in some months, an alternate day can be specified.

Number of days that can be set: 31

<When "15th" is set>

Operation is performed on the 15th every month, e.g. January 15, February 15, March 15.

<When "31st" is set>

Excepting February, April, June, September and November, operation is performed on the 31st every month.

For February, April, June, September and November, set the alternate day and processing in "Alternate day when a date does not exist".

The following table shows the setting items of "Alternate day when a date does not exist".

Item Description

Last day of the current month

Operation is performed on the last day of February, April, June, September or

November.

First day of the next month Operation is performed on the first day of the next month.

No operation Operation is not performed in February, April, June, September and November.

(3) "Operation time"

Set the operation time of device data collection.

(a) When "Regular interval" is selected

Device data is collected at the set second intervals.

When modem communication is used and "Connect each time depending " is set in "Telephone line ", set 30 seconds or more to "Regular interval".

Setting range: 0.1 to 0.9 (in units of 0.1 seconds), 1 to 3600 (in units of 1 second)

When the date and time are added, the date and time displayed on the Excel spreadsheet is in the "yyyy/mm/ dd ddd hh:mm:ss" format if the setting is 0.1 to 0.9 seconds.

<Example>

When 0.2 seconds interval is set

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(b) When "Minutely" is selected

Device data is collected at the specified second every minute.

Number of times that can be set: 60

(c) When "Hourly" is selected

Device data is collected at the specified minute every hour.

Number of times that can be set: 60

(d) When "Time table" is selected

Device data is collected at the specified time.

Number of times that can be set: 50

(4) "Logging Time zone"

Set the time zone for logging.

(a) When "Log Always" is selected

Logging is always performed at the specified operation time of the operation day.

(b) When "Log only during the specified time zone" is selected

Logging is performed in the specified time zone only.

Number of settings: 4

When "Operation day" is set to "Weekly" or "Monthly", do not set the following setting that is span two days.

(5) "Telephone line connectivity time zone"

Set the time zone for connection with the telephone line.

(a) When "Be in connected state always from the start of the communication" is selected

The telephone line is connected upon start of MX Sheet communication, and is kept connected until termination of MX Sheet communication.

(b) When "Connect during the specified time zone only" is selected

The telephone line is connected only in the specified time zone.

Number of settings: 4

When "Operation day" is set to "Weekly" or "Monthly", do not set the following setting that is span two days.

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(c) When "Connect each time depending on the operation interval" is selected

The telephone line is connected and disconnected according to the settings of "Operation day" and "Operation time".

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(6) Setting examples

(a) When using communication other than modem communication (Log Always)

<Setting example>

Set the Operation Interval : Selected

Operation day

Daily : Selected

Operation time

Regularinterval : 60 seconds

Logging Time zone

Log Always : Selected

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<Operation timing>

First

60s

Second

60s

Third

60s

Fourth

60s

Fifth

60s

Sixth

Device data collection is executed.

Time

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(b) When using communication other than modem communication (Log only during the specified time zone)

<Setting example>

Set the Operation Interval : Selected

Operation day

Weekly : Selected

Friday : Selected

Operation time

Hourly : 0 (minutes)

Logging Time zone

Log only during the specified time zone: Selected

Time zone : 10:00 to 13:00

<Operation timing>

Every Friday

9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00

Device data collection is executed.

Device data collection is not executed.

Time

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(c) When using communication other than modem communication (Log only during the specified time zone)

<Setting example>

Set the Operation Interval : Selected

Operation day

Daily : Selected

Operation time

Hourly : 0 (minutes)

Telephone line connectivity time zone

Connect each time depending

on the operation interval : Selected

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<Operation timing>

9:00

Connection of telephone line

Device data collection is executed.

Disconnection of telephone line

10:00 11:00

Time

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6.2.4

Setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab for use of the logging function.

On the <<Device Trigger>> tab, set the device conditions for the device trigger.

Screen display

1)

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2)

Display contents

Item

Set the Device Trigger

1) (Device conditions)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when the device trigger is used.

Set the device or label conditions.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 52, (1) in this section

Page 52, (2) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

(1) "Set the Device Trigger"

When using the device trigger, be sure to select "Set the Device Trigger".

(2) Device conditions

Set the device conditions for the device trigger.

(a) Device type

Set the type of the device used for the device trigger.

Item

Bit Device

Word Device

Description

Set when using a bit device for the device trigger.

Set when using a word device for the device trigger, or the inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number.

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(b) "Device"

Enter the device or label used for the device trigger.

• When entering a device, enter a device name and device number in this order.

• When entering a label, enter other than structured data type label and array type label.

(c) "the bit"

Set the corresponding bit of the word device.

Setting range: 0 to 15

(d) "Condition"

When ON

Set the device trigger condition.

Item

Available

Device

Bit device

Description

Set when operation is to be performed only once when the bit device turns on.

ON

Word device

Set when operation is to be performed only once when the corresponding bit of the word device turns on (value: 1).

OFF

When OFF

ON

Bit device Set when operation is to be performed only once when the bit device turns off.

Word device

Set when operation is to be performed only once when the corresponding bit of the word device turns off (value: 0).

OFF

ON Bit device Set when operation is to be performed while the bit device is on.

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

Word device

Bit device

Set when operation is to be performed while the corresponding bit of the word device is on

(value: 1).

Set when operation is to be performed while the bit device is off.

Word device

Set when operation is to be performed while the corresponding bit of the word device is off

(value: 0).

OFF

= Word device

<>

<=

<

>=

>

Range

Word device

Word device

Word device

Word device

Word device

Word device

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is equal to the "Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is not equal to the "Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is equal to or less than the

"Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is less than the "Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is equal to or greater than the

"Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is greater than the "Value" setting.

Set when operation is to be performed when the device value is within the specified "Value" setting range.

(e) "Value"

Enter the values used for "Condition".

Setting range: -32768 to 32767 (When inverter communication setting: '-2147483648' to '2147483647')

<When "Range" is to "Condition">

Enter the values in "Value" as shown below.

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Enter the upper limit value of the range.

Enter the lower limit value of the range.

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6.2.5

Setting of the <<Handshake>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Handshake>> tab for use of the logging function.

On the <<Handshake>> tab, set the handshake requesting source and handshake processing.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Set Handshake

1) (Requesting source setting)

2) (Handshake processing)

Set when using a handshake.

Description

Set the requesting source of the handshake.

Set the handshake processing.

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 55, (1) in this section

Page 59, (2) in this section

Page 59, (3) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

When inverter communication setting is set to the logical station number, handshake is not supported.

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(1) Setting examples and operation timing

The following shows the handshake setting examples and operation timing.

(a) When "Start with the request from the PLC" is selected (Device: Bit device)

<Setting example>

Set Handshake : Selected

Start with the request from the PLC : Selected

Responding device on the PC side

Bit device : Selected

Device : M100

Value : ON

Requesting device on the PLC side

Bit device : Selected

Device : M0

Condition : When ON

Monitoring time : 10 seconds

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<Operation timing>

M100

(Responding device on the PC side)

ON

OFF

3)

2)

Device data collection

M0

(Requesting device on the PLC side)

ON

OFF

1)

4)

Time-out monitoring

(Monitoring time)

1) When M0 turns on, processing in 2) is started.

2) Device data is collected.

3) After device data is collected, M100 is turned on.

4) M0 is turned off.

5) M100 is turned off.

5)

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(b) When "Start with the request from the PLC" is selected (Device: Word device)

<Setting example>

Set Handshake : Selected

Start with the request from the PLC : Selected

Responding device on the PC side

Word device : Selected

Device : D200

Value : 1 (left), 0 (right)

Requesting device on the PLC side

Word device : Selected

Device : D100

Condition : =

Value : 100

Monitoring time : 10 seconds

<Operation timing>

D200

(Responding device on the PC side)

D100

(Requesting device on the PLC side)

3)

1

5)

0

2)

Device data collection

1) 4)

100

Time-out monitoring

(Monitoring time)

1) When the D100 value reaches 100, processing in 2) is started.

2) Device data is collected.

3) After device data is collected, the D200 value is changed to 1.

4) The D100 value is changed to other than 100.

5) The D200 value is changed to 0.

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(c) When "Start with the request from the PLC" is selected (Device: Word device)

<Setting example>

Set Handshake : Selected

Start with the request from the PC : Selected

Requesting device on the PC side

Bit device : Selected

Device : M100

Value : ON

Responding device on the PLC side

Bit device : Selected

Device : M0

Condition : When ON

Monitoring time : 10 seconds

<Operation timing>

M100

(Requesting device on the PC side)

ON

OFF

1)

4)

3)

Device data collection

M0

(Responding device on the PLC side)

ON

OFF

2)

Time-out monitoring

(Monitoring time)

1) M100 is turned on.

2) When M0 turns on, processing in 3) is started.

3) Device data is collected.

4) After device data is collected, M100 is turned off.

5) M0 is turned off.

5)

Remark

Time-out monitoring is not executed between 4) and 5) above.

If the operation in 5) is not performed in the programmable controller CPU, device data collection is not executed when the handshake conditions are satisfied at the next time.

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(d) When "Start with the request from the PC" is selected (Device: Word device)

<Setting example>

Set Handshake

Start with the request from the PC

Requesting device on the PC side

Word device

Device

Value

Responding device on the PLC side

Word device

Device

Condition

Value

Monitoring time

: Selected

: Selected

: Selected

: D200

: 1 (left), 0 (right)

: Selected

: D100

: =

: 100

: 10 seconds

<Operation timing>

D200

(Requesting device on the PC side)

1)

1

3)

Device data collection

4)

0

2)

5)

D100

(Responding device on the PLC side)

100

Time-out monitoring

(Monitoring time)

1) The D200 value is changed to 1.

2) When the D100 value reaches 100, processing in 3) is started.

3) Device data is collected.

4) After device data is collected, the D200 value is changed to 0.

5) The D100 value is changed to other than 100.

Remark

Time-out monitoring is not executed between 4) and 5) above.

If the operation in 5) is not performed in the programmable controller CPU, device data collection is not executed when the handshake conditions are satisfied at the next time.

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(2) "Set Handshake"

When using a handshake, be sure to select "Set Handshake".

(3) Requesting source setting

Set the requesting source for a device data collection start.

Item

Start with the request from the PLC

Start with the request from the PC

Description

Set when starting device data collection at the request of the programmable controller

CPU.

Set when starting device data collection at the request of the personal computer.

(4) Handshake processing

Set the handshake processing on the personal computer side and programmable controller CPU side.

(a) PC side processing

Device type

Set the device type used for PC side processing.

Item

Bit device

Word device

Description

Set when a bit device is used for PC side processing.

Set when a word device is used for PC side processing.

"Device"

Enter the device or label used for PC side processing.

• When entering a device, enter a device name and device number in this order.

• When specifying a bit of the word device, enter the bit number in "the bit".

• When entering a label, enter other than structured data type label and array type label.

"Value"

Set the value of the device used for PC side processing.

Description Item Available Device

Bit device

ON

Word device (Bit specification)

Bit device

OFF

Word device (Bit specification)

Empty (Value input) Word device

Set when the value of the device used for PC side processing is set for ON.

Set when the value of the device used for PC side processing is set for OFF.

Set the value of the word device used for PC side processing.

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(b) Programmable controller CPU side processing

• Device type

Set the device type used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

Bit device

Word device

Item Description

Set when a bit device is used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

Set when a word device is used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

• "Device"

Enter the device or label used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

• When inputting a device, input a device name and device number in this order.

• When specifying a bit of the word device, enter the bit number in "the bit".

• When inputting a label, input a label except for the structured labels and array labels.

• "Condition"

Set the conditions of the device used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

Item Description

ON

OFF

Available Device

Bit device

Word device (Bit specification)

Bit device

Word device (Bit specification)

Set when the value of the device used for programmable controller CPU side processing is set for ON.

Set when the value of the device used for programmable controller CPU side processing is set for OFF.

= Word device

Set when the programmable controller CPU side device value is equal to the "Value" setting.

• "Value"

Set the value of the device used for programmable controller CPU side processing.

This can be set only when "=" is selected in "Condition".

(c) Monitoring time

Set the time during which the PC side device monitors the programmable controller CPU side device.

Setting range: 1 to 3600

The monitoring time changes depending on the requesting source setting.

The following table shows the monitoring time.

Requesting Source Setting

Start with the request from the programmable controller

Start with the request from the PC

Monitoring item

Monitoring is executed from the time when the PC side responding device is set to the time when the programmable controller CPU side requesting device is reset. If the programmable controller CPU side responding device is not reset after the elapse of the monitoring time, the collected device data is discarded and the error log is displayed on the ErrorLog sheet.

Monitoring is executed from the time when the PC side requesting device is set to the time when the programmable controller CPU side responding device is set. If the programmable controller CPU side requesting device is not set after the elapse of the monitoring time, the error log is displayed on the ErrorLog sheet.

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(5) Sample ladders for handshake

The following is the sample ladders for handshake used in the setting examples in (1).

(a) When "Start with the request from the PLC" is selected (Device: Bit device)

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(b) When "Start with the request from the PLC" is selected (Device: Word device)

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(c) When "Start with the request from the PC" is selected (Device: Bit device)

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(d) When "Start with the request from the PC" is selected (Device: Word device)

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6.2.6

Setting of the <<CSV Logging>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<CSV Logging>> tab for use of the logging function.

On the <<CSV Logging>> tab, the file name and the saving content with which logging data is saved to CSV file.

Screen display

64

1)

Display contents

Item

Save as CSV file

Contents to save

No. of lines to be saved

File name to save

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when using the CSV logging.

Set when adding the device name to the first line.

Set the number of lines to be saved.

Set the file name to save.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 65, (1) in this section

Page 65, (2) in this section

Page 65, (3) in this section

Page 66, (4) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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(1) "Save as CSV file"

When using the CSV logging, be sure to select "Save as CSV file".

(2) "Contents to save"

Activate this setting when adding the device name to the first line of the data to be saved into a CSV file.

Device name is added to first line.

If 0.1 to 0.9 seconds are set to the "Regular interval" on the <<Operation Interval>> tab, the date and time to be written to the CSV file is in the "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" format.

<Example>

When 0.2 seconds interval is set

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(3) "No. of lines to be saved"

Set the number of lines to be saved into a single CSV file.

Setting range: 1 to 9999999

*1

*1 : Set any of 1 to 65535 when using the CSV file on Excel.

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(4) "File name to save"

Set the CSV file name to save.

Item

File name to save

Description

Sets the saving location and file name of the CSV file.

*1

Adds the date and time data to the file name set in "File name to save" and saves it.

In CSV logging, data is added until the data in the CSV file reach the number of lines set in "No. of lines to be saved".

When they reach the set number of lines, a new CSV file is created.

The following shows the file name when data are saved.

*****20120523183536.csv

Add date and time to File name

Add sequential number to

File name

Seconds

Minutes

Hours

Day

Month

Year

File name set in "File name to save"

Adds the file number to the file name set in "File name to save" and saves it.

The serial number can be set in a range from 000 to 999.

When the number reaches the last, the data of the next file are overwritten to the file of the first number.

In CSV logging, data is added until the data in the CSV file reach the number of lines set in "No. of lines to be saved".

When they reach the set number of lines, a new CSV file is created.

*****000.csv

Fix the File name

File number

File name set in "File name to save"

Overwrites data to the CSV file set in "File name to save".

In CSV logging, data is added until the data in the CSV file reach the number of lines set in "No. of lines to be saved".

*1 : A UNC path name (\\server name\path name) cannot be specified as a file name. After assigning the network drive, specify the path name.

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6.3

When "Monitor" is Selected

This section explains the Cell Settings screen when "Monitor" is selected from "Use" on the <<Use>> tab.

<<Use>> tab <<Access Data>> tab

Required setting

Page 68,

Section 6.3.1

Required setting

Page 71,

Section 6.3.2

<<Operation Interval>> tab

Required setting

 Page 72,

Section 6.3.3

<<Device Trigger>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 73,

Section 6.3.4

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<<Handshake>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 74,

Section 6.3.5

<<CSV Logging>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 75,

Section 6.3.6

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6.3.1

Setting of the <<Use>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Use>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<Use>> tab, set the cell area and monitor data display direction.

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1)

Display contents

Use

Cell Area Name

Cell Area

Item

Set the Color of Grid line

Set the Color for Filling

Clear cell area at the start of communication

Cell Display Direction

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set the function to be used for the specified cell area. Select "Monitor" when using the monitor function.

Set the name of the specified cell area.

(Maximum number of cell area names : 1000)

Reference

-

Enter the value to specify the cell area.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 69, (1) in this section

Set whether the specified cell area is provided with grid lines (including color designation) or not.

Set whether the specified cell area is colored or not.

When "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected, the data in the cell area specified at the start of communication is cleared.

(Default: cleared)

Set the monitor data display sequence.

• Left to Right

Monitor data are displayed from left to right in the specified cell area in order.

• Top to Bottom

Monitor data are displayed from top to bottom in the specified cell area in order.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

Page 69, (2) in this section

Page 70, (3) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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(1) "Cell Area"

Set the cell area to be used by the monitor function.

(a) Setting examples

For the "Cell Area" setting examples, refer to the following section.

Page 33, Section 6.2.1

(b) Setting ranges

The following explains the possible setting ranges of the cell area and number of specified cell areas.

Number of cells : 2000

Number of specified cell areas : 16

(2) "Clear cell area at the start of communication"

Set whether the cell area is cleared or not at the start of communication.

(a) Display example in the case where "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected

<Before the start of communication>

1005

1002

990

35

30

36

102

200

151

10

15

25

<At the start of communication>

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<At the completion of the first collection>

910

880

925

33

34

31

111

180

135

15

22

18

(b) Display example in the case where "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is not selected

<Before the start of communication>

1005

1002

990

<At the start of communication>

1005

1002

990

35

30

36

35

30

36

<At the completion of the first collection>

910

880

925

33

34

31

102

200

151

102

200

151

111

180

135

15

22

18

10

15

25

10

15

25

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(3) "Cell Display Direction"

Set the monitor data display sequence.

(a) When "Left to Right" is selected

<When cell area (B2:D5) is set to "Left to Right">

Monitor data are displayed in order of 1 to 12.

(b) When "Top to Bottom" is selected

<When cell area (B2:D5) is set to "Top to Bottom ">

Monitor data are displayed in order of 1 to 12.

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6.3.2

Setting of the <<Access Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Access Data>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<Access Data>> tab, set the logical station number required for communication with the programmable controller CPU and the device data to be collected in the cell area.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Logical Station Number

Description

Select the logical station number required for performing communication.

Reference

button

Used to start the communication setup utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Remote password

*1

Enter the password when the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU.

1) (Access data) Set the devices or labels to be monitored.

2) (Number of set devices) The number of devices currently set is displayed.

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Remote password" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" of the <<Access

Data>> tab is the one for the password function compatible module.

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6.3.3

Setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<Operation Interval>> tab, set the day, time and time zone of the activation of the function for the cell area.

Screen display

1)

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Display contents

Item

Set the Operation Interval

Operation day

Description

Set the operation of the cell area valid or invalid.

Set the operation day of the monitor function activation.

Reference

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

Operation time Set the operation time of the monitor function activation.

Page 72, (1) in this section

Telephone line connectivity time zone

*1

Set the telephone line connection timing and disconnection timing.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

1) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station

Number" on the <<Access Data>> tab is the one for modem communication.

(1) "Operation time"

The setting except for "Regular interval" is the same as that of the logging function.

For the setting except for "Regular interval", refer to the following section.

Page 46, Section 6.2.3

(a) When "Regular interval" is selected

Device data is collected at the set second intervals.

When modem communication is used and "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is set to "Connect each time depending on the operation interval", set "Regular interval" to 30 seconds or more.

Setting range: 0.1 to 0.9 (in units of 0.1 seconds), 1 to 3600 (in units of 1 second)

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6.3.4

Setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<Device Trigger>> tab, set the device conditions for the device trigger.

Screen display

1)

6

2)

Display contents

Item

Set the Device Trigger

1) (Device conditions)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when the device trigger is used.

Set the device or label conditions.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 52,

Section 6.2.4

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.3.5

Setting of the <<Handshake>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Handshake>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<Handshake>> tab, set the handshake requesting source and handshake processing.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Set Handshake Set when using a handshake.

Description

1) (Requesting source setting) Set the requesting source of the handshake.

2) (Handshake processing) Set the handshake processing.

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 54,

Section 6.2.5

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.3.6

Setting of the <<CSV Logging>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<CSV Logging>> tab for use of the monitor function.

On the <<CSV Logging>> tab, set the file name and the saving content with which the monitor data is saved into the

CSV file.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Item

Save as CSV file

Contents to save

No. of lines to be saved

File name to save

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when using the CSV logging.

Set when adding the device name to the first line.

Set the number of lines to be saved.

Set the file name to save.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 64,

Section 6.2.6

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.4

When "Write" is Selected

This section explains the Cell Settings screen when "Write" is selected from "Use" on the <<Use>> tab.

<<Use>> tab <<Access Data>> tab

Required setting

Page 77,

Section 6.4.1

Required setting

Page 79,

Section 6.4.2

<<Operation Interval>> tab

Required setting

 Page 81,

Section 6.4.3

<<Device Trigger>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 82,

Section 6.4.4

<<Handshake>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 83,

Section 6.4.5

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6.4.1

Setting of the <<Use>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Use>> tab for use of the write function.

On the <<Use>> tab, set the cell area and display direction of written data.

Screen display

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1)

Display contents

Item

Use

Cell Area Name

Cell Area

Set the Color of Grid line

Set the Color for Filling

Clear cell area at the start of communication

Cell Display Direction

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set the function to be used for the specified cell area. Choose "Write" when using the write function.

Set the name of the specified cell area.

(Maximum number of cell area names : 1000)

Enter the value to specify the cell area.

Set whether the specified cell area is provided with grid lines (including color designation) or not.

Set whether the specified cell area is colored or not

When "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected, the data in the cell area specified at the start of communication is cleared.

(Default: cleared)

Set the input cells for the write data.

• Left to Right

Write data are set from left to right in the specified cell area in order.

• Top to Bottom

Write data are set from top to bottom in the specified cell area in order.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

-

Page 78, (1) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

Page 68,

Section 6.3.1

Page 78, (2) in this section

Page 68,

Section 6.3.1

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(1) "Cell Area"

Set the cell area to be used by the write function.

(a) Setting examples

For the "Cell Area" setting examples, refer to the following section.

Page 33, Section 6.2.1

(b) Setting ranges

The following explains the possible setting ranges of the cell area and number of specified cell areas.

Number of cells : 2000

Number of specified cell areas : 16

(2) "Cell Display Direction"

Set the written data cell sequence

(a) When "Left to Right" is selected

<When cell area (B2:D5) is set to "Left to Right">

Cell sequence is set in order of 1 to 12.

(b) When "Top to Bottom" is selected

<When cell area (B2:D5) is set to "Top to Bottom ">

Cell sequence is set in order of 1 to 12.

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6.4.2

Setting of the <<Access Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Access Data>> tab for use of the write function.

On the <<Access Data>> tab, set the logical station number required for communication with the programmable controller CPU and the device data to be written from the cell area.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Logical Station Number

Description

Select the logical station number required for performing communication.

Reference

button

Used to start the communication setup utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

Remote password

*1

Enter the password when the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU.

1) (Access data) Set the devices or labels to be written.

2) (Number of set devices) The number of devices currently set is displayed.

Page 80, (1) in this section

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Remote password" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" on the <<Access

Data>> tab is the one for the password function compatible module.

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(1) "Access data"

The setting except for "Zoom" is the same as that of the logging function.

For the setting except for "Zoom", refer to the following section.

Page 40, Section 6.2.2

(a) "Zoom"

The value entered into the cell is multiplied by the zoom ratio and written to the programmable controller CPU device.

When "Data Type" is set to "Bit" or "Character string", the "Zoom" setting is not possible.

When the "Value" is set to "HEX", the "Zoom" setting is not possible.

Setting range: 0.001 to 1000

Excel

Set "Zoom" to "0.1".

Enter 1000 into cell.

Programmable controller CPU

D0

100

100 is written to programmable controller CPU.

When "Zoom" is set for the write data and fractional decimals occurs in the data to be actually written to the programmable controller CPU, set "Real number" in "Data type".

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6.4.3

Setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab for use of the write function.

On the <<Operation Interval>> tab, set the day, time and time zone of the activation of the function for the cell area is activated.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Item Description Reference

Set the Operation Interval

Operation day

Set the operation of the cell area valid or invalid.

Set the operation of the cell area valid or invalid.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

Operation time Set the operation time of the write function activation.

Page 81, (1) in this section

Telephone line connectivity time zone

*1

Set the telephone line connection timing and disconnection timing.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

1) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station

Number" on the <<Access Data>> tab is the one for modem communication.

(1) "Operation time"

The setting except for "Regular interval" is the same as the that of the logging function.

For the setting except for "Regular interval", refer to the following section.

Page 46, Section 6.2.3

(a) When "Regular interval" is selected

Device data is written at the set second intervals.

When modem communication is used and "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is set to "Connect each time depending on the operation interval", set "Regular interval" to 30 seconds or more.

Setting range: 0.1 to 0.9 (in units of 0.1 seconds), 1 to 3600 (in units of 1 second)

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6.4.4

Setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab for use of the write function.

On the <<Device Trigger>> tab, set the device conditions for the device trigger.

Screen display

1)

2)

Display contents

Item

Set the Device Trigger

1) (Device conditions)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when the device trigger is used.

Set the device or label conditions.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 52,

Section 6.2.4

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.4.5

Setting of the <<Handshake>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Handshake>> tab for use of the write function.

On the <<Handshake>> tab, set the handshake requesting source and handshake processing.

Screen display

1)

2)

6

3)

Display contents

Item

Set Handshake

1) (Requesting source setting)

2) (Handshake processing)

3) (Preset cell areas)

Set when using a handshake.

Description

Set the requesting source of the handshake.

Set the handshake processing.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 54,

Section 6.2.5

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.5

When "Alarm Summary" is Selected

This section explains the Cell Settings screen when "Alarm summary" is selected from "Use" on the <<Use>> tab.

<<Use>> tab <<Access Data>> tab

Required setting

Page 85,

Section 6.5.1

Required setting

Page 88,

Section 6.5.2

<<Alarm Data>> tab

Required setting

 Page 90,

Section 6.5.3

<<Operation Interval>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 92,

Section 6.5.4

<<Device Trigger>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 93,

Section 6.5.5

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6.5.1

Setting of the <<Use>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Use>> tab for use of the alarm summary function.

On the <<Use>> tab, set the cell area, display position of alarm data and operation in the case where cell is full.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Use

Item

Cell Area Name

Description

Set the function to be used for the specified cell area.

Select "Alarm summary" when using the alarm summary function.

Set the name of the specified cell area.

(Maximum number of cell area names : 100)

Reference

-

Cell Area Enter the value to specify the cell area.

Page 86, (1) in this section

Set the Color of Grid line

Set the Color for Filling

Clear cell area at the start of communication

New data location

Display Contents

Set whether the specified cell area is provided with grid lines (including color designation) or not.

Set whether the specified cell area is colored or not.

When "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is checked, the data in the cell area specified at the start of communication is cleared.

(Default: selected)

Set the latest data display position of the alarm summary.

• Last Line

The latest data is displayed at the last of the specified cell area.

• First Line

The latest data is displayed at the first of the specified cell area.

Set whether the title, elapsed time, and number of occurrences is added to the Alarm

Summary or not.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

Page 86, (2) in this section

85

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86

Item

Operating when cell is full

Description

Set the operation to be performed when the specified cell area is full.

• To scroll

The displayed content is scrolled and displayed.

• Display from the first without clearing the cell area

The data currently displayed in the cell area are overwritten and the alarm summary is resumed.

Before the alarm summary is resumed, the Excel spreadsheet can be printed and saved.

• Display from the first after clearing the cell area

The data displayed in the cell area are erased and the alarm summary is resumed.

Before the alarm summary is resumed, the Excel spreadsheet can be printed and saved.

Reference

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

1) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

(1) "Cell Area"

Set the cell area to be used by the alarm summary function.

(a) Setting examples

For the "Cell Area" setting examples, refer to the following section.

Page 33, Section 6.2.1

(b) Setting examples

The following shows the possible setting ranges of the cell area and number of specified cell areas.

Number of cells : 4 columns (indispensable) ¯65536 rows

*1

Number of specified cell areas : 16

*1 : When displaying the elapsed time and number of occurrences in the Alarm Summary, increase the number of columns by 1 respectively.

6 columns are required to display both.

(2) "Display Contents"

(a) "Add title" check box

Set whether the title for the column item shown in the following table is displayed or not on the first line of the set "Cell Area". When displaying the title, select the check box.

Title Column item

• On time String/Off time String (Page 90, Section 6.5.3)

The On time String is displayed when the device turns from OFF to ON, or the Off time String is displayed when the device turns from ON to OFF.

Date and time when the device turns from OFF to ON or from ON to OFF

Alarm String set to the device (Page 90, Section 6.5.3)

Status String set to the device (Page 90, Section 6.5.3)

Elapsed time from when the device turns ON until it turns OFF (Page 87, (2)(b) in this section)

Number of times when the device turned from OFF to ON after the start of communication.

(Page 87, (2)(c) in this section)

ON/OFF

Date time

Alarm

Status

Elapsed time

Number of occurrences

● The title display line is not the target of cell area clear at the start of communication or clear when cell is full.

● When the Cell Area is set at multiple locations, the title is displayed for only the Cell Area specified first.

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(b) "Add elapsed time" check box

Set whether the elapsed time from when the device set on the <<Access Data>> tab turns ON until it turns OFF is displayed on the Alarm Summary or not.

When displaying the elapsed time, select the check box.

The display format is "hour:minute:second".

<Example>

Display when the elapsed time is 1 minute 25 seconds 0:01:25

When the device is ON at the start of communication, the time from when communication starts until the device turns OFF is displayed as the elapsed time.

(c) "Add number of occurrences" check box

Set whether the number of times when the device set on the <<Access Data>> tab turns from OFF to ON after the start of communication is displayed on the Alarm Summary or not.

When displaying the number of occurrences, select the check box.

In this case, the "Clear cell area at the start of communication" check box must be selected.

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● When the device is ON at the start of communication, it is counted as the first alarm.

● When the number of occurrences exceeds 65535, it returns to 0.

<Example>

Display content on the Excel spreadsheet when "Add title", "Add elapsed time", and "Add number of occurrences" are all selected

ON/OFF Date time Alarm Status

Elapsed time

Generation

Generation

Restoration

Restoration

2012/06/25 Mon 15:05:20 Parts1 Abnormal fault Major failure

2012/06/25 Mon 15:05:31 Parts 2 Quantity error Minor failure

2012/06/25 Mon 15:06:48 Parts1 Abnormal fault Major failure

2012/06/25 Mon 15:07:52 Parts 2 Quantity error Minor failure

0:01:28

0:02:21

1

1

1

1

Number of occurrences

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6.5.2

Setting of the <<Access Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Access Data>> tab for use of the alarm summary function.

On the <<Access Data>> tab, set the logical station number required for communication with the programmable controller CPU and the device data to be used for the alarm summary function.

]

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Logical Station Number

Remote password

*1

button

Description

Select the logical station number required for performing communication.

Used to start the communication setup utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Enter the password when the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU.

Reference

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

1) (Access data)

2) (Number of set devices)

Set the devices or labels use for the alarm summary function.

The number of devices currently set is displayed

.

Page 89, (1) in this section

Page 89, (2) in this section

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

*1 : "Remote password" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" on the <<Access

Data>> tab is the one for the password function compatible module.

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(1) Access data

(a) Registration order

Data are displayed on the <<Alarm Data>> tab in the order of the numbers shown on the left of the <<Access

Data>> tab.

Setting example of <<Access Data>> tab

Data numbers

The device data are displayed on the <<Alarm Data>> tab as shown below.

Data No. 1

Displayed in order of data numbers.

Data No. 2

Data No. 3

(b) "Device"

Only the bit device can be specified for the alarm summary.

Enter the device name and device number in this order.

(c) "Dev. Points"

The points of the devices to be consecutively registered starting with the device number set in "Device" are displayed.

(2) The number of set devices

The number of device points registered to the cell area and the number of device points that can be registered are displayed

6

Indicates the number of device points that can be registered to the cell area.

Indicates the number of device points that is registered to the cell area.

89

6.5.3

Setting of the <<Alarm Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Alarm Data>> tab for use of the alarm summary function.

On the <<Alarm Data>> tab, set the character strings to be displayed in the cell area.

Screen display

1)

2)

90

Display contents

Item

1) (Alarm data)

Description

Set the alarm data to be used for the alarm summary function.

2) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

(1) "Device"

The device registered on the <<Access Data>> tab is displayed.

(2) "ON time String"

Enter the character string to be displayed in the cell when the registered device turns on.

Number of characters: Up to 16

(3) "OFF time String"

Enter the character string to be displayed in the cell when the registered device turns off.

Number of characters: Up to 16

(4) "Alarm String"

Enter an alarm character string.

Number of characters: Up to 40

Reference

Page 90, (1) in this section to

Page 91, (5) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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(5) "Status String"

Enter a status character string.

Number of characters: Up to 16

(6) Setting example

The following shows the <<Alarm Data>> tab setting example and the data displayed on the Excel spreadsheet.

The <<Alarm Data>> tab setting example

Device

ON time String

OFF time String

Alarm String

Status String

: M0

: Generation

: Restoration

: Material storage

: Minor failure

<Operation of M0>

ON

1)

OFF

<Data displayed on Excel spreadsheet>

2)

Displayed in order of "date and time of occurrence", "alarm character string" and

"status character string".

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1) Displayed in the cell (when M0 is on).

2) Displayed in the cell (when M0 is off).

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6.5.4

Setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab for use of the alarm summary function.

On the <<Operation Interval>> tab, set the operation interval for the function of the cell area.

Screen display

92

1)

Display contents

Regular interval

Item Description

Set the operation interval of the alarm summary function.

Reference

Page 92, (1) in this section

Telephone line connectivity time zone

1) (Preset cell areas)

*1

Set the telephone line connection timing and disconnection timing.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" on the <<Access Data>> tab is the one for modem communication.

(1) "Regular interval"

Device data is collected at the set second intervals.

Setting range: 0.1 to 0.9 (in units of 0.1 seconds), 1 to 3600 (in units of 1 second)

If 0.1 to 0.9 seconds are set to the "Regular interval" on the <<Operation Interval>> tab, the ON/OFF time displayed on the Excel spreadsheet is in the "yyyy/mm/dd ddd hh:mm:ss" format.

(Example) When 0.2 seconds interval is set and the ON time is 20 hours 41 minutes 12 seconds 80

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6.5.5

Setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab for use of the alarm summary function.

On the <<Device Trigger>> tab, set the device conditions for the device trigger.

Screen display

1)

6

2)

Display contents

Item

Set the Device Trigger

1) (Device conditions)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when the device trigger is used.

Set the device or label conditions.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 52,

Section 6.2.4

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.6

When "Comment" is Selected

This section explains the Cell Settings screen when "Comment" is selected from "Use" on the <<Use>> tab.

<<Use>> tab <<Access Data>> tab

Required setting

Page 95,

Section 6.6.1

Required setting

Page 96,

Section 6.6.2

<<Comment Data>> tab

Required setting

 Page 98,

Section 6.6.3

<<Operation Interval>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 101,

Section 6.6.4

<<Device Trigger>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 102,

Section 6.6.5

<<Handshake>> tab

Set as necessary

 Page 103,

Section 6.6.6

94

6.6.1

Setting of the <<Use>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Use>> tab for use of the comment display function.

On the <<Use>> tab, set the cell area.

Screen display

CHAPTER 6 CELL SETTING

1)

Display contents

Item

Use

Cell Area Name

Cell Area

Set the Color of Grid line

Set the Color for Filling

Clear cell area at the start of communication

1) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set the function to be used for the specified cell area.

Select "Comment" when using the comment display function.

Set the name of the specified cell area.

(Maximum number of cell area names : 500)

Reference

-

Enter the value to specify the cell area.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 95, (1) in this section

Set whether the specified cell area is provided with grid lines (including color designation) or not.

Set whether the specified cell area is colored or not.

When "Clear cell area at the start of communication" is selected, the data in the cell area specified at the start of communication is cleared.

(Default: cleared)

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

Page 68,

Section 6.3.1

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

(1) "Cell Area"

Set the cell area to be used by the comment display function.

Setting range: 1

95

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6.6.2

Setting of the <<Access Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Access Data>> tab for use of the comment display function.

On the <<Access Data>> tab, set the logical station number required for communication with the programmable controller CPU and the device data to be used for the comment display function.

Screen display

1)

2)

3)

Display contents

Item

Logical Station Number

Description

Select the logical station number required for performing communication.

Reference

Remote password

*1

button

Used to start the Communication Setup Utility to set a new logical station number and change the settings.

Enter the password when the password is set to the connection target programmable controller CPU.

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

1) (Access data)

2) (Number of set devices)

Set the devices or labels use for the comment display function.

The number of devices currently set is displayed.

Page 97, (1) in this section

Page 40,

Section 6.2.2

3) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Remote password" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station Number" on the <<Access

Data>> tab is the one for the password function compatible module.

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(1) Access data

(a) "Device"

Set the device or label used for the comment display function.

• When entering a device, enter a device name and device number in this order.

• When entering a label, enter other than structured data type label and array type label.

For the accessible devices, refer to the following section.

Page 26, Section 3.2 Accessible CPUs and Accessible Device Ranges

(b) "Data Type"

Set the data type of the device used for the comment display function.

Item

Device That Can be

Specified

Bit

16 bit integer

(-32768 to 32767)

32 bit integer

(-2147483648 to 2147483647)

Bit device

Word device

(Bit specification)

Bit device

Word device

Bit device

Word device

Description

The bit devices set in "Device" are displayed in a single cell in units of one bit.

Designated bits for word device set in "Device" are displayed in a single cell in units of one bit (e.g. D0.0).

Set when 1 word (16 bits), starting from the device number set in 16 bit integer "Device", is used for the comment display function.

Set when the word device set in "Device" is used for the comment display function.

Set when 2 words (32 bits), starting from the device number set in "Device", are used for the comment display function.

Set when 2 words, starting from the device number set in

"Device", are used for the comment display function.

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97

6.6.3

Setting of the <<Comment Data>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Comment Data>> tab for use of the comment display function.

On the <<Comment Data>> tab, set the comment data to be displayed in the cell area.

Screen display

1)

2)

Display contents

Device

Data Type

Value

Item

1) (Comment data)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

The device set in "Device" on the <<Access Data>> tab is displayed.

The data type set in "Data Type" on the <<Access Data>> tab is displayed.

The content set to the "Value" on the <<Access Data>> tab is displayed.

Set the comment data to be used for the comment display function.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

-

Page 99, (1) in this section

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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(1) Comment data

(a) "Range (Lower)" and "Range (Upper)"

Set the lower and upper limit values of the device.

The setting range changes depending on the data type.

The following table shows the setting range of each data type.

Data Type Setting Range

Bit

16 bit integer

32 bit integer

1(ON), 0(OFF)

-32768 to 32767

-2147483648 to 2147483647

(b) "Comment String"

Enter the comment character string to be displayed in the cell.

Number of characters: up to 40

(c) "Character Color"

Set the color of the comment character string displayed in the cell.

Depending on the specified colors, all colors may turn to gray.

For details, refer to the following consideration.

Page 7, OPERATING CONSIDERATIONS

If multiple comment data are set and their setting ranges are overlapped, the comment character string with the lowest data number is displayed.

Be sure to prevent double setting of the setting ranges.

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99

100

(2) Setting example

The following shows the setting examples in the cases where the data type is set to "Bit" and "16 bit integer".

(a) When data type is set to "Bit"

<<Comment data>> tab setting example

Operation of M0

1) 1)

ON

OFF

2)

1) While M0 is on, "Error occurrence" is displayed in the cell.

2) While M0 is off, "Normal operation" is displayed in the cell.

(b) When data type is set to "16 bit integer"

<<Comment data>> tab setting example

Operation of D0

1)

10000

2)

1500

1) If the D0 value is 10000 or more, "Temperature upper limit over" is

displayed in the cell.

2) If the D0 value is less than 10000, no comment character string is

displayed.

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6.6.4

Setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Operation Interval>> tab for use of the comment display function.

In the <<Operation Interval>> tab, set the day, time and time zone of the activation of the function for the cell area.

Screen display

1)

Display contents

Item Description Reference

Set the Operation Interval

Operation day

Set the operation of the cell area valid or invalid.

Set the operation day of the comment display function activation.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

Operation time Set the operation time of the comment display function activation.

Page 101, (1) in this section

Telephone line connectivity time zone

*1

Set the telephone line connection timing and disconnection timing.

Page 46,

Section 6.2.3

1) (Preset cell areas) The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

*1 : "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is displayed when the logical station number selected in "Logical Station

Number" on the <<Access Data>> tab is the one for modem communication.

(1) "Operation time"

The setting except for "Regular interval" is the same as that of the logging function.

For the setting except for "Regular interval", refer to the following section.

Page 46, Section 6.2.3

(a) When "Regular interval" is selected

Device data is collected at the set second intervals.

When modem communication is used and "Telephone line connectivity time zone" is set to "Connect each time depending on the operation interval", set "Regular interval" to 30 seconds or more.

Setting range: 0.5 to 0.9 (in units of 0.1 seconds), 1 to 3600 (in units of 1 second)

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6.6.5

Setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Device Trigger>> tab for use of the comment display function.

In the <<Device Trigger>> tab, set the device conditions for the device trigger.

Screen display

1)

2)

Display contents

Item

Set the Device Trigger

1) (Device conditions)

2) (Preset cell areas)

Description

Set when the device trigger is used.

Set the device or label conditions.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 52,

Section 6.2.4

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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6.6.6

Setting of the <<Handshake>> tab

This section explains the setting of the <<Handshake>> tab for use of the comment display function.

On the <<Handshake>> tab, set the handshake requesting source and handshake processing.

Screen display

1)

2)

6

3)

Display contents

Item

Set Handshake

1) (Requesting source setting)

2) (Handshake processing)

3) (Preset cell areas)

Set when using a handshake.

Description

Set the requesting source of the handshake.

Set the handshake processing.

The settings of the cell areas preset to the Excel book are displayed.

Reference

Page 54,

Section 6.2.5

Page 33,

Section 6.2.1

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