User manual OMRON CXONE-ALD-V4 10-2010

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[. . . ] W418-E1-07 SYSMAC CXONE-AL_C-V4/ CXONE-AL_D-V4 Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS (Ver. 3. 1) Operation Manual Revised October 2010 iv 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. [. . . ] 3: Realtime Trend Indication and Setting displays the tag ITEM X1 (ITEM 084) as a graph, and not SP. 58 Indicator (Block Model 034) 4: Alarm Settings Section 6-6 The Indication and Setting does not provide a deviation alarm setting. The following screen is a Tuning Screen for the Indication and Setting face plate built using the Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS in a 640×480 screen resolution. The display and operation of each object in the face plate is the same as the version for 800×600 screen resolution. 6-6 Indicator (Block Model 034) This section describes only the differences between the Indicator and Basic PID (Block Model 011). For details on the areas not covered here, refer to 6-1 Basic PID (Block Model 011). 6-6-1 Face Plates The face plates are almost the same as for Basic PID (Block Model 011), except that the Indicator does not provide functions related to SP and MV, and it is used as a PV Indicator Operator Interface. 59 Indicator (Block Model 034) Section 6-6 1 2 3 4 5 1: Status Display Indicator does not display the AUTO, MAN, and CAS status. The status character string displayed is determined by referencing the value of tag ITEM PV_ABN. Display (No characters displayed. ) PV error indication PV_ABN (ITEM 019) 0 1 These buttons are ON/OFF Buttons using a Select Shape of type 1 and switch to display the PV error indication characters. 4: Switch to CAS/MAN/AUTO Button, SP Bar Display, and SP Change Button The Indicator does not provide a Switch to CAS/MAN/AUTO Button, SP bar display, or Change SP Button. 5: MV and MV Index Position The Indicator does not provide an MV or MV index position. The following diagram shows face plate for the Indicator built using the Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS in a 640×480 screen resolution. The whole face is built using 458×142 dots. 60 Indicator (Block Model 034) Section 6-6 The display and operation of each object in the face plate is the same as the version for 800×600 screen resolution. 6-6-2 Tuning Screens The Tuning Screens for Indicator are almost the same as for Basic PID (Block Model 011), except that it does not provide SP or MV functions, and is used as a PV Indicator Operator Interface. 1 2 3 4 1: AT The Indicator does not provide an AT Button. 2: DV The Indicator does not provide a deviation alarm setting. 61 Segment Program 2 (Block Model 157) 3: Parameters The Indicator does not provide parameter settings. 4: Realtime trend The Indicator displays a graph for PV only. Section 6-7 The following screen is a Tuning Screen for the Indicator face plate built using the Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS in a 640×480 screen resolution. The display and operation of each object in the face plate is the same as the version for 800×600 screen resolution. Indicator does not provide a setting field for each parameter, so up to eight characters can be displayed for the unit character string, instead of the four for Basic PID. 6-7 Segment Program 2 (Block Model 157) This section describes only the differences between the Segment Program 2 and Basic PID (Block Model 011). For details on the areas not covered here, refer to 6-1 Basic PID (Block Model 011). 62 Segment Program 2 (Block Model 157) Section 6-7 6-7-1 Face Plates 1 2 4 3 5 6 9 7 8 10 11 13 112 15 14 16 1: Status Display and Alarm Display Segment Program 2 does not provide an alarm display. The X1 input error (tag ITEM U1 (ITEM 015: X1 input error)) is displayed as the status display. Display NR (No characters displayed. ) U1 (ITEM 015) 1 0 These fields are created as ON/OFF Buttons with a Select Shape of type 1 and are used to switch to the PV error indication characters. 2: X1 Display The fixed string "X1" is displayed as a Text object. 3: X1 Numeral Display A Numeral Display and Input object is used to display in engineering units the value for tag ITEM X1 (ITEM 007: Reference input). 4: Y1 Display The fixed string "Y1" is displayed as a Text object. 5: Y1 Numeral Display A Numeral Display and Input object is used to display in engineering units the value for tag ITEM Y1 (ITEM 008: Program input). 6: Alarm Setting Segment Program 2 does not provide a bar graph for the alarm settings. 7: X1 Bar Display A Level Meter object is used to display tag ITEM X1 (ITEM 007: Reference input). The meter color is green, maximum value is 11500 (115%), and minimum value is -1500 (-15%). The bar is set to display the zero point. 63 Segment Program 2 (Block Model 157) 8: Y1 Bar Display Section 6-7 A Level Meter object is used to display tag ITEM Y1 (ITEM 008: Program output). The meter color is yellow, maximum value is 11500 (115%), and minimum value is -1500 (-15%). [. . . ] 01-10: Displays steps 1 to 10 11-20: Displays steps 11 to 20 21-30: Displays steps 21 to 30 122 Segment Program 3 (Block Model 158) 31-40: Displays steps 31 to 40 41-50: Displays steps 41 to 50 51-60: Displays steps 51 to 60 61-70: Displays steps 61 to 70 71-80: Displays steps 71 to 80 81-90: Displays steps 81 to 90 91-100:Displays steps 91 to 100 6: Step Data Display and Setting Buttons These buttons are used to display and set step data. Section 6-19 Default: B0 Value and the Output Value, Time Width, Unit, Bank No. , Wait Width, and Wait Time, are displayed, and can be set, for each step. Note Carefully consider the effects that changes will have on equipment before writing any settings. Bank Data Setting Screen 1 2 3 4 5 6 1: Read Button This button reads the bank data from the Loop Control Board/Unit. The number of banks displayed on the screen indicate the range of banks that can be read. [. . . ]

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