User manual OMRON 3G8F5-DRM21-E V2
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Manual abstract: user guide OMRON 3G8F5-DRM21-EV2
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] W382-E1-04
WS02-CFDC1-E DeviceNet Configurator
3G8F5-DRM21-E ISA Board 3G8E2-DRM21-EV1 PCMCIA Card
Ver. 2. @
WS02-CFDC1-E DeviceNet Configurator 3G8F5-DRM21-E ISA Board 3G8E2-DRM21-EV1 PCMCIA Card
DeviceNet Configurator Ver. 2. @
Revised September 2005
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and only for the purposes described in this manual. The following conventions are used to indicate and classify precautions in this manual. [. . . ] If the connection is not known, input the correct I/O size in the Poll settings. Note The following are OMRON slaves.
· DRT1-AD04 Analog Input Terminal Input (4-word/2-word) can be changed by DIP switch. · NT-DRT21 Programmable Terminal DeviceNet Interface Unit The I/O data area can be set from 1 to 64 words with the PT system menu. · E3X-DRT21 Fiber Amplifier Communications Unit Status and light levels can be added to input data.
Use the same kind of input procedure for slaves of other manufacturers that allow the I/O size to be changed.
Adding Slaves to the Master Obtaining I/O Size Information from the Master Scan List
When connecting the Configurator to a network that is already operating, for example using OMRON Master Units with fixed allocation, the slave I/O size can be obtained from the master scan list for use in setting. Also, the slave I/O size cannot be obtained from the slave function of the CS1W-DRM21 and CJ1WDRM21. Use the following procedure to obtain the I/O size from a master scan list. Click the Get I/O Size from the Scanlist Button.
Parameter Auto Update When I/O Size Changed
The function to automatically update the I/O size registered on the master scan list when the I/O size is changed can be switched on or off. To automatically update the I/O size registered on the master scan list, select Option and Parameter Auto Update When I/O Size Changed. When this function is enabled, the mark will be displayed in the menu. The default is set to not automatically update.
Note If the function to automatically update the I/O size is enabled and there is no EDS file, some operations will cause the I/O size in the master scan list to be updated to zero. For this reason, the function to automatically update the I/O size should normally be disabled.
Adding Slaves to the Master
Automatic I/O Area Allocation with Registration
When a slave is registered to the master, it can automatically be allocated to the memory block set for I/O allocation. The allocation, for both Out Size and In Size, will be made in the order of registration beginning with the unoccupied area of memory block 1. When memory block 1 is filled, the allocation will be made to memory block 2. Before adding slaves, set the area and range of the allocation memory block. Note The allocation area can be changed later if desired.
Adding Slaves to the Master
Setting the Allocation Memory Block 1, 2, 3. . .
1. Set the area, start word, and the number of words for the block.
5. Select the I/O Allocation (IN) Tab, and make the memory block settings in the same way as for the I/O Allocation (OUT). Display Words refers to the number of words in the block displayed on the Configurator. If the occupied area of the block is less than 100 words when uploaded, Display Words will be set to 100 and displayed as such.
Adding Slaves to the Master
The following three methods are supported for adding slaves. Select the slave from the Network Configuration Window on the right and drag and drop it on the master icon. When slaves are registered with the master, I/O words will be automatically allocated to the slaves in the order they are registered.
Dragging and Dropping
Drag and drop the slave icon on the master icon.
When the slave is registered with the master, the master's node address will be displayed
Master Node Address Displayed after Registration
When the slaves are registered, the master's node address will be displayed (00 in the above case) with the prefix # after the symbol
Clicking the Right Mouse Button and Selecting Register to other Device
A slave can also be added by selecting the slave in the Network Configuration Window, clicking the right mouse button, selecting Register to other Device or selecting Register to other Device from the Device Menu, and then selecting the master from the menu. At the time of I/O allocation, the registered slave can be deleted or settings can be made for the registered slave by using the Parameter Wizard or by editing the parameters of the master.
Note To select a device from the menu and register it, use the following procedure. [. . . ] · Select the CS1W-DRM21 in the Network Configuration Window and set the device parameters to the CS1W-DRM21 by selecting Device, Parameter, and Download.
The above procedure will transfer the device parameters of the C200HW-DRM21-V1 to the CS1W-DRM21. The IR, HR, and DM areas allocated by version 1 of the Configurator will be allocated to the same addresses in the CS1. Link Area words LR 00 through LR 63 will be, however, changed to CIO 1000 through CIO 1063.
Replacing the C200HW-DRT21 with the CS1W-DRM21's Slave Functions
With the following procedure, the CS1W-DRM21 with slave functions can be used to replace the C200HWDRT21 C200H I/O Link Unit mounted to the CS-series PLC in a system using the read/write areas for Special I/O Units or read/write areas set with Configurator version 1. 11 or later. The device parameters of the C200HW-DRT21 will be transferred to the CS1W-DRM21 as a slave device.
· Place the present system online without changing the configuration (i. e. , without removing the C200HWDRT21), and then upload the network configuration by selecting Network and Upload (or import the network configuration file (. ntf) from version 1 of the Configurator by selecting Network and Import). [. . . ]
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