User manual OMRON CS 10-2005

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[. . . ] W341-E1-05 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series CQM1H-PRO01-E/CQM1-PRO01-E/C200H-PRO27-E Programming Consoles OPERATION MANUAL SYSMAC CS/CJ Series CQM1H-PRO01-E/CQM1-PRO01-E/ C200H-PRO27-E Programming Consoles Operation Manual Revised October 2005 Notice: 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. Failure to heed precautions can result in injury to people or damage to property. !DANGER !WARNING Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. [. . . ] From the initial display, access the address where the instruction is to be inserted. 000000 CT00 CLR . . . 2 0 1 000201 CT00 AND 000200 2. Specify the instruction to be inserted, and press the WRITE Key. AND 1 0 0 INS 000201 INS?The next program address will be displayed. 000202 INS END AND 000200 72 Editing Programs Section 4-3 If the user attempts to insert an instruction at an address where no instruction exists, ADR OVER will be displayed, and the instruction will not be inserted. Press the Up Key to check the instruction. 000201 CT00 AND 000100 4-3-3 Instruction Delete RUN No No MONITOR OK PROGRAM This operation is used to delete instructions from the user program. Key Sequence Program address display DEL Operation Example In the following instruction block, AND 000200 will be deleted from address 00201. Address : 000200 000201 000202 : Instruction : LD AND OUT : Operand : 000001 000200 000100 : Delete 1, 2, 3. . . 1. From the initial display, access the address of the instruction to be deleted. 000000 CT00 CLR . . . 2 0 1 000201 CT00 AND 000200 2. The next program address will move forward. 000201 DEL END OUT 000100 · If the user attempts to delete from an address where there is no instruction or when END(001) instruction is written, ADR OVER will be displayed. · When multiple-operand instructions are deleted, the set values (operands) will also be deleted. 73 Editing Programs Section 4-3 4-3-4 Bit Address Change RUN No No MONITOR OK PROGRAM This operation is used to change bit addresses in operands in the user program. Key Sequence Program address display Input operand address WRITE Operation Example In the following instruction block, the operand address at 000200, CIO 000001, will be changed to CIO 000002. Address : 000200 000201 : Instruction : LD AND : Operands : 000001 000200 : The operand address will be changed to CIO 000002. 1, 2, 3. . . 1. From the initial display, access the address of the instruction containing the bit address to be changed. 000000 CT00 CLR . . . 2 0 0 000200 CT00 LD 000001 2. Specify the new operand, and press the WRITE Key. 2 000200 CT00 LD 000002 000201 CT00 AND 000200 WRITE 3. Press the Up Key to check the operand has been changed. 000200 CT00 LD 000002 4-3-5 N. O. /N. C. Change RUN No No MONITOR OK PROGRAM This operation is used to change N. O. Key Sequence Program address display NOT NOT WRITE 74 Editing Programs Operation Example Section 4-3 In the following instruction block, address 000200 will be changed from LD 000001 to LD NOT 000001. Address : 000200 000201 : Instruction : LD AND : Operands : 000001 000200 : Changed to LD NOT 000001. 1, 2, 3. . . 1. From the initial display, access the address containing the instruction to be changed. CLR 000000 CT00 000000 . . . Press the NOT Key and then the WRITE Key. NOT 000200 CT00 LD N 000001 000201 CT00 AND 000200 WRITE 3. Use the Up Key to check that LD has been changed to LD NOT. 000200 CT00 LD N 000001 4-3-6 Instruction Variation Change RUN No No MONITOR OK PROGRAM This operation is used to change the variation of an instruction in the user program. Refer to page 110 for further information on key sequences and displays in MONITOR mode. Key Sequence Program address display Differentiate up SHIFT SET WRITE Differentiate down SHIFT RESET Immediate refresh TEXT ! 75 Editing Programs Operation Example Section 4-3 In the following instruction block address, 000200 (LD000001) will be changed to an upwardly differentiated LD instruction. Address : 000200 000201 : Instruction : LD AND : Operands : 000001 000200 : Changed to LD 000001. 1, 2, 3. . . 1. From the initial display, access the address of the instruction to be changed. 000000 CT00 CLR . . . 2 0 0 000200 CT00 LD 000001 2. Using the following key sequence, specify the variation and press the WRITE Key. SHIFT SET 000200 @LD 000001 WRITE 000201 CT000 AND 000200 3. Use the Up Key to check that the variation has changed. 000200 CT00 @LD 000001 4-3-7 Timer/Counter SV Changes RUN No No MONITOR OK PROGRAM Timer/Counter SV Change 1: Constant or Word This operation is used to change the set value of a timer/counter in the user program. [. . . ] FINS write protection over network and excluded nodes Value (Hex) Nodes excluded from write protection 00 Sets the number of nodes to be excluded from to write protection set in Programming Console 20 addresses 449 to 480. Value (Hex) FINS write protection over network 80 Enabled 00 Disabled Note These settings are supported only for CS-series CPU Unit Ver. 2. 0 or later. 158 PLC Setup Coding Sheets for Programming Console Address 449 Nodes Excluded from Write Protection (32 Nodes Max. ) Value (Hex) FINS command source node address 01 Node address of node excluded from write to protection FE FF All nodes in specified network Value (Hex) FINS command source network address Network address of node excluded from write 00 to protection. [. . . ]

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