User manual OMRON V640

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[. . . ] Z218-E1-01A AMPLIFIER UNIT V640-HAM12 CIDRW HEAD V640-HS62 CIDRW CONTROLLER V700-L22 LINK UNIT V700-L11 V640 SERIES USER'S MANUAL Introduction Thank you for purchasing the V640 Series CIDRW System. Please observe the following points when operating the V640 Series: · Please read and understand the content of this manual before using the system. · After reading this manual, store it in a handy location for easy reference whenever necessary. READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT Please read and understand this document before using the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. WARRANTY OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON. [. . . ] Checks the parameter designations that have been received so far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings. This is ignored as the comment line. Parameter confirmation ::END Comment # (Comment) <CRLF> or CRLF Tag Name List Parameter Software revision Tag name RVER Setting range 2. 00: in V700-L22 mode 1. 10: in V700-L21 mode 2. 00 Default setting 1. Specify the parameters to be changed. When the first parameter is specified, the ALARMS indicator flashes. RVER=1. 10 CIDRW System User's Manual 53 SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications 2. Confirm the parameter change. The input parameter is checked and written. ::END _ Check for Correct Setting 1. Send the parameter output command "::GET_VER" from the host device. The software revision settings are displayed. The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct. ::GET_VER Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3 RVER=1. 10 ::END _ Return to the Normal Operation mode When the Mode is Selected with the Mode Switch on the Bottom of the Unit 1. Set the mode switch on the bottom of the unit to the 0. 7 5 67 1 23 3. When all of the devices to be used are connected, turn the power ON. Start up in the Normal Operation mode. Even if you restart with the mode switch left at the 3 position, or send a reset command "::EXIT, " the Controller will start in the Setting mode. To switch to Normal Operation mode, you must set the mode switch to 0. When the Mode is Selected by a Command Sent from the Host Device 1. Either send the reset command "::EXIT" from the host device or turn the power to the CIDRW Controller OFF and then back ON. Start up in the Normal Operation mode. ::EXIT _ 54 CIDRW System User's Manual 0 SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications Reference: List of Commands Designation Parameter designation Command input Explanation (Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name. Checks the parameter designations that have been received so far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings. Restarts the CIDRW Controller. Parameter confirmation ::END Comment Parameter output # (Comment) <CRLF> or CRLF ::GET_PARAM ::GET_SEG ::GET_E99SYS ::GET_VER RESET :EXIT SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller Tag Name List Classification Protocol Parameter Baud Rate Device ID Time-out between characters Protocol time-out Response time-out Time-out between blocks Retry limit Master/slave SECS Double block detection yes/no Tag name S_BAUD S_DEVID S_T1 S_T2 S_T3 S_T4 S_RTY S_MS S_DB Setting range 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bps 0 to 32767 0. 1 to 10 s 0. 2 to 25 s 1 to 120 s 1 to 120 s 0 to 31 M: Master S: Slave 1: The header of the block currently being received is compared with the correct block received immediately before, and double blocks are detected. 0 to 32767 0, 1 9600, 19200, 38400 bps Use a consistent baud rate setting within the same system configuration. 0 to 31 0: The number of heads is automatically detected at the start. Any increase or decrease in the number of heads is automatically detected. The number of heads detected is compared with this specified number of heads. If the number of heads changes, for example because a head fails, an error (with alarm) is detected. If a head is not connected or an error is detected with a connected head, so that the number of heads does not match the specified number, an error (with alarm) is detected. Default setting 9600 bps 0 0. 5 s 10 s 45 s 45 s 3 M 0 Source ID Single block No. Operation Baud rate for communications with Amplifier Unit/Link Unit Number of heads count processing S_SRC S_BNO C_BAUD 0 1 9600 bps C_HEAD 0 ID Tag Number of bytes in the carrier ID Segment name T_CIDLEN 16 (fixed) T_SEGN "S01" - "S99" 8 (fixed) 16 "S01" - "S28" 8 Number of bytes in a T_SEGL segment CIDRW System User's Manual 55 SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications Tag Name List Classification E99 Parameter Response timeout time Carrier ID offset Carrier ID length Tag name RT CIDOF CIDLEN 10. 0 s (fixed) 00 - 15 01 - 16 Setting range Default setting 2. 5 s 00 16 Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3 56 CIDRW System User's Manual SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units Set the communications conditions using the DIP switches on the side face of the Amplifier Unit. The new settings will not become effective until the system is restarted. SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units Node No. Baud rate RS-485 terminator Always OFF (Not used in this CIDRW system) Node No. Node No. [. . . ] The number of bytes in the carrier ID (if there are any non-visible ASCII characters in the carrier ID, the CIDRW returns an error to the host controller. Date on which the subsystem was installed CIDR / CIDRW classification Hardware revision number RW N CarrierIDlength RW N SECS Protocol Specifications SECTION 6 Option DateInstalled DeviceType HardwareRevisionLevel RW RO RO N N N 20 8 bytes All " " (space) on shipping 20 5 bytes "CIDRW" 20 6 bytes "VVV. RR" (VVV = version, RR = revision) 20 80 bytes All " " (space) on shipping 20 17 bytes "OMRON Corporation" 20 6 bytes "L22 " 20 max. 20 bytes (Not supported by the CIDRW) MaintenanceData Manufacturer ModelNumber SerialNumber Supplier dependent RW N N N N Manufacturer's name or ID RO Model name according to the maker System serial number RO RO 130 CIDRW System User's Manual SECTION 6 Appendix Reader/writer head attribute definition Attribute names Basic items HeadStatus Description Current status Access RO Request Y 20 "IDLE" "BUSY" "NOOP" HeadID Head number 1 to 31 RO Y 20 (multi) "01"-"31" ("00" indicates the CIDRW itself, so cannot be used. ) N 54 (unsigned 4-byte integer) (Not supported by the Reader/ Writer Head) 20 "NO": No alarm "NM": Status in which normal operation is not possible and maintenance is necessary "RW": Read/write error "RT": Read/write error rate (Not supported by the Reader/Writer Head) "NP": Status of power supply and connection errors HeadDateInstalled Date on which the head was installed Supplier dependent RO N 20 "YYYYMMDD" (Not supported by the Reader/ Writer Head) 20 (Not supported by the Reader/ Writer Head) Format and mounting Option Cycles Number of read/write oper- RO ations executed Maintenance status RO HeadCondition N SECTION 6 SECS Protocol Specifications HeadMaintenanceData N N CIDRW System User's Manual 131 SECTION 6 Appendix ASCII Code Table Leftmost bits b8 - b5 Rightmost bits Row b4 - b1 Line 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NUL TC2(STX) TC3(ETX) TC4(EOT) TC6(ACK) BEL FE0(BS) FE1(HT) FE2(LF) FE3(VT) FE4(FF) FE5(CR) S0 S1 TC7(DLE) DC2 DC3 DC4 TC9(SYN) TC10(ETB) CAN EM SUB ESC IS4(FS) IS3(GS) IS2(RS) IS1(US) (SP) !@ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ _ ` a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { | } ÅP DEL Undefined Undefined Undefined TC1(SOH) DC1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 0000 1001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1101 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 TC5(NEQ) TC8(NAK) ASCII Code Table SECTION 6 132 CIDRW System User's Manual SECTION 6 Appendix Protective Construction IPis governed by the test methods described below. 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