User manual OMRON NS

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[. . . ] V074-E1-07 NS-Series NS-NSDC1-V6 NS-Designer OPERATION MANUAL 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 Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Additionally, there may be severe property damage. WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. [. . . ] ON: Input sound enabled OFF: Input sound disabled Select whether a buzzer will be heard. ON: The buzzer is enabled at the following times: · When system memory bits $SB12 to $SB14 are ON · When an error occurs in the PT · When a message is displayed for the "×" and "!" icons OFF: The buzzer is disabled ERROR ON: The buzzer is enabled at the following times: · When an error occurs in the PT 4 Screen Saver Screen Saver Movement Screen Saver Startup Time Device Monitor Changing Value 5 · When a message is displayed for the "×" and "!" icons Set the various screen saver settings. Display Erased: Erases the screen when it is idle for a specified time. Set whether to enable or disable changing monitor values for addresses displayed on the device monitor screen on the PT. Disable: Monitor value cannot be changed. 7-1 Section 7 System Settings NS-Designer Operation Manual No. 6 Setting Prioritize notification of ON/OFF Button Details Select to prioritize notification of ON/OFF Button notification. 7-1 Settings 7-1-3 Initial Click the Initial Tab. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 Setting Initial Screen System Memory $SB Allocation Address 3 4 5 $SW Allocation Address Options $SB, $SW Update Cycle Intervals of RUN Signal (Pulse) System Memory List Button Memory Card Free Space Check Flag Details Select the initial screen to be displayed when the PT starts operation. System bit memory can be allocated in the PLC (host) memory area or in $B. A total of 53 bits of bit memory starting from the specified address will be used as system memory. Example: If Serial A is set to DM 00000, the correspondence with $SB is as follows: $SB0 Serial A: DM 00000. 00 $SB1 Serial A: DM 00000. 01 to $SB52 Serial A: DM 00003. 04 System word memory can be allocated in the PLC (host) memory area or in $W. A total of 39 words of word memory starting from the specified address are used as system memory. Click the System Memory List Button to display the System Memory List. Set the amount of free space on the Memory Card for which to issue an alarm. If the free space on the Memory Card inserted in the PT is at or below the amount of free space set here, $SB48 will turn ON. 7-2 Section 7 System Settings NS-Designer Operation Manual 7-1 Settings Reference Reference Set internal memory for both $SB and $SW allocation addresses or set the same host address for both for them. Example $SB: Serial A: 00000 $SW: Serial A: DM 00000 Set the same host name (Serial A) for both $SB and $SW. Refer to 2-4 System Memory in the NS Series Programming Manual for details on the system memory. When changing the settings on the Comm-All Tab Page for whether the communications port, the Ethernet, and Controller Link are used, close the System Setting Dialog Box before setting the host address in $SB or $SW. $SB, $SW Update Cycle Data is updated between $SB/$SW and the allocated addresses each time the number of communications cycles specified in the $SB, $SW Update Cycle field is processed. Example: When the $SB, $SW Update Cycle is set to three cycles. 1 2 3 Updating $SB/$SW 1 2 3 Updating $SB/$SW Communications cycle (time for all required communications to complete one cycle. ) Communications cycle (time for all required communications to complete one cycle. ) Reference Reference The $SB and $SW are also updated when a project starts loading, switching base screens, opening or closing pop-up screens, and switching frames. After updating during these operations, updating is performed according to the setting in the $SB, $SW Update Cycle field. RUN Signal Pulse Interval The RUN signal ($SB0, $SB1) is output after $SB and $SW are refreshed the number of times set for the RUN Signal Pulse Interval. Example: The following illustration is for when the RUN Signal Pulse Interval is set to 3. 1 $SB and $SW refreshed 2 $SB and $SW refreshed 3 $SB and $SW refreshed 1 $SB and $SW refreshed Communications cycle (All required communications completed once. ) RUN Signal output. 7-3 Section 7 System Settings NS-Designer Operation Manual 7-1 Settings Initial Value for System Memory Click the System Memory List Button on the Initial Tab Page to display the Initial Value for System Memory Dialog Box. The $SB and $SW can be set to communicate with the PLC allocation addresses set in the Initial Tab Page. $SB and $SW addresses are divided into functional groups, and the user can select the groups for which to perform communications. By selecting items, communications will be performed between the selected area and the PLC address. The above setting example is set for communications as follows: $SW0 Serial A: DM 01000 $SW10 to $SW13 Serial A: DM 01010 to DM 01013 Reference Reference The $SB bits and $SW words that are not selected in the Initial Value for the System Memory Dialog Box are set to not communicate with the PLC, and can be used. [. . . ] The combinations that can be used on the PT are shown in the following table. Screen data versions are upwardly compatible. Item System Program Ver. 1. X Supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported System Program Ver. 2. X Supported Supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported System Program Ver. [. . . ]

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