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1.Welcome to GP-Pro EX (Operating Environment and Supported Features)
1.1 About GP-Pro EX
1.1.1 Main Features of GP-Pro EX Version 2.7 or later
1.2 About Installation Software
1.3 Operating Environment
1.4 Supported Model List
1.4.1 GP3000 Series
1.4.2 GP4000 Series
1.4.3 LT3000 Series
1.4.4 IPC Series (PC/AT)
1.4.5 ST3000 Series
1.5 Supported Features
1.5.1 GP-3200 Series
1.5.2 GP-3300 Series
1.5.2.1 For Those Using GP-3000 Series
1.5.2.2 GP-3300 Series
1.5.2.3 GP-3300 Series - Models that support control
1.5.2.4 GP-3300 Series - Hand-held GP
1.5.3 GP-3400 Series
1.5.3.1 GP-3400 Series
1.5.3.2 GP-3400 Series - Models that support control
1.5.4 GP-3500 Series
1.5.4.1 GP-3500 Series
1.5.4.2 GP-3500 Series - Models that support control
1.5.5 GP-3600/3700 Series
1.5.5.1 GP-3600/3700 Series
1.5.5.2 GP-3600/3700 Series - Models that support control
1.5.6 GP-4100 Series
1.5.6.1 For Those Using GP-4100 Series
1.5.6.2 GP-4100 Series
1.5.7 GP4000 Series (GP-4*01TM)
1.5.7.1 For Those Using GP-4*01TM
1.5.7.2 GP-4*01TM
1.5.8 LT3000 Series
1.5.9 IPC Series (PC/AT)
1.5.9.1 IPC Series - PC/AT, PL Series
1.5.9.2 IPC Series - PS Series
1.5.10 ST3000 Series
1.6 Supported Colors
2.Before You Start (Introduction to GP-Pro EX)
2.1 What is the Project File?
2.2 Number of Parts and Features You can Set Up on a Screen
2.3 About the Display Unit's Internal Data
2.4 Device/PLC Communication
2.4.1 Minimizing the Load for Device/PLC Communication (Direct Access)
2.4.2 Communicating with Unsupported Device/PLC (Memory Link)
2.4.3 Using Direct Access and Memory Link at the Same Time
2.5 Development Process
2.5.1 Creating HMI Displays
2.5.2 Creating HMI Displays and Logic Programs
2.5.3 Using Projects from GP-Pro/PB III for Windows
3.Start to Finish
3.1 Naming Areas in the GP-Pro EX Main Window
3.2 Creating a Project - Start / Create Screen / Save / Exit
3.3 Working with Projects - Open / Edit Screen / Save
3.4 Backing Up a Project File
3.4.1 Procedure - History Backup
3.4.2 Procedure - Backup on Abnormal Termination and File Startup
3.5 Setting up a Password for Project and Project Data
3.5.1 Procedure - Setting up a Project Password
3.5.2 Procedure - Changing the Project Password
3.5.3 Procedure - Lock Password Settings
3.6 Viewing Project Information
3.6.1 Procedure - Checking Project Information
3.6.2 Procedure - Setting the Destination Folder
3.7 Settings Guide
3.7.1 Creating a New Project
3.7.1.1 New - Display Unit and Model Settings
3.7.1.2 New - Device/PLC Settings
3.7.2 Properties Settings Guide
3.7.2.1 Project Information - File Information
3.7.2.2 Project Information - Display Unit Configuration
3.7.2.3 Project Information - Send Data
3.7.2.4 Project Information - SRAM Information
3.7.2.5 Project Information - Destination
3.7.2.6 Project Information - Password
3.7.2.7 Project Information - Memory Usage
3.7.2.8 Destination Folder
3.7.2.9 Protect Data
3.7.3 Work Space Settings Guide
3.7.3.1 System Settings
3.7.3.2 Address Settings
3.7.3.3 Common Settings Window
3.7.3.4 Screen List
3.7.3.5 Properties
3.7.3.6 Screen Data List Window
3.7.3.7 Search
3.7.3.8 Search - Preferences
3.7.3.9 Parts Toolbox
3.7.3.10 Package
3.7.3.11 Color Settings
3.7.3.12 Comment List
3.7.3.13 Watch List
3.7.3.14 PID Monitor
3.7.4 Utility Settings
3.7.4.1 Utility - Address Block Conversion
3.7.4.2 Utility - Cross Reference
3.7.4.3 Utility - Copy From Another Project
3.7.4.4 Utility - Error Check
3.7.4.5 Utility - Convert Text Table
3.7.5 Preferences Settings Guide
3.7.5.1 Preferences - General
3.7.5.2 Preferences - Toolbar
3.7.5.3 Preferences - Function Bar
3.7.5.4 Preferences - Error Check
3.7.5.5 Preferences - Logic Common
3.7.5.6 Preferences - Script
3.7.5.7 Preferences - Text Table
3.7.5.8 Preferences - Monitor Step Common Settings
3.7.6 Screen Settings Guide
3.7.6.1 Screen - New Screen
3.7.6.2 Screen - Open Screen
3.7.6.3 Screen - Close Screen
3.7.6.4 Screen - Screen Information
3.7.6.5 Screen - Previous screen/Next screen
3.7.6.6 Screen - Change View
3.7.6.7 Screen - Template Registration
3.8 Restrictions
3.8.1 Restrictions for Screen Display
3.9 How to Update GP-Pro EX
3.9.1 Working with Online Update
4.Using GP-Pro PBIII for Windows Project Files (Project Converter)
4.1 Compatibility with Pro-face Software
4.1.1 Model Names Before and After Conversion
4.1.1.1 GP70/77R Series
4.1.1.2 GP2000/GP2000H Series
4.1.1.3 GLC Series
4.1.1.4 LT Series
4.1.1.5 ST400 Series
4.1.2 Devices Before and After Conversion
4.2 Project Converter Operating Environment Requirements
4.3 Project Converter - Using
4.4 Settings Guide
4.4.1 Project Converter - Setting Up
4.4.1.1 Project Converter - Options
5.System Settings / Common Settings
5.1 Changing a Display Unit
5.2 Adjusting the Time
5.2.1 Procedure - Adjusting the Time (When Using Clock Update Settings)
5.2.2 Procedure - Adjusting the Time (When Using System Data Area)
5.3 System Settings Guide
5.3.1 System Settings [Display] Settings Guide
5.3.2 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Display] Settings Guide
5.3.2.1 Display Unit [Display] - Screen Settings
5.3.2.2 Display Unit [Display] - Display Settings
5.3.2.3 Display Unit [Display] - Menu and Error Settings
5.3.3 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Operation] Settings Guide
5.3.4 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Mode] Settings Guide
5.3.4.1 Display Unit [Mode] - Window Settings
5.3.4.2 Display Unit [Mode] - Screen Capture
5.3.4.3 Display Unit [Mode] - Backup Internal Device
5.3.4.4 Display Unit [Mode] - Memory Card Settings
5.3.5 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Logic] Settings Guide
5.3.6 System Settings [Display Unit] - [System Area] Settings Guide
5.3.7 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Extended] Settings Guide
5.3.8 System Settings [Display Unit] - [Remote Viewer] Settings Guide
5.3.9 System Settings [Display Unit] - [IPC] Settings Guide
5.3.10 System Settings [Logic Program] Settings Guide
5.3.11 System Settings [Video/Movie] Settings Guide
5.3.12 System Settings [Font] Settings Guide
5.3.13 System Settings [Peripheral List] Settings Guide
5.3.14 System Settings [Device/PLC] Settings Guide
5.3.15 System Settings [Printer] Settings Guide
5.3.16 System Settings [Input Equipment] Settings Guide
5.3.17 System Settings [Script I/O] Settings Guide
5.3.18 System Settings [I/O Driver] Settings Guide
5.3.19 System Settings [FTP Server] Settings Guide
5.3.20 System Settings [Modem] Settings Guide
5.3.21 System Settings [Image Unit] Settings Guide
5.4 Common Settings
5.4.1 Common - Clock Update Settings
5.4.2 Common - Change Backlight Color
5.4.3 Common Settings - Register Start Screen
5.5 Restrictions
5.5.1 Restrictions on Changing Models
5.5.2 Restrictions for Adjusting the Clock
5.5.3 Restrictions on External Storage Usage
5.5.4 Restrictions for SRAM Auto Backup
5.5.5 Restrictions on Internal Device Backup
5.6 Usable External Storage
5.6.1 Save in Folder and File Name
6.Font
6.1 Font Types
6.2 Stroke Font and Standard Font
6.2.1 Text Features - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.2 Font Type - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.3 Adding and Deleting Fonts - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.4 Supported Character Codes - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.5 List of Exclusive ASCII Stroke Font Characters - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.6 List of Exclusive Cyrillic Stroke Font Characters - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.7 List of Exclusive Thai Stroke Font Characters - Stroke Font/Standard Font
6.2.8 Procedure - Defining Stroke Font and Standard Font
6.3 Image Font
6.3.1 Text Features - Image Font
6.3.2 Font Type - Image Font
6.3.3 Procedure - Image Font
6.4 Bitmap Font
6.4.1 Text Features - Bitmap Font
6.4.2 Procedure - Bitmap Font
6.5 Font Settings Guide
6.6 Restrictions
6.6.1 Restrictions for Standard Font and Stroke Font
6.6.2 Restrictions for Image Font
6.6.3 Restrictions for Bitmap Font
7.Device/PLC Communication Settings
7.1 Settings Menu
7.2 Connecting to Multiple Device/PLCs
7.2.1 Procedure - Connecting to Multiple Device/PLCs
7.2.2 About Connecting to Multiple Devices
7.3 Disconnecting Multiple Connected Devices/PLCs
7.3.1 Procedure - Stop Communications
7.3.2 Procedure - Confirming the Communication State
7.4 Changing a Device/PLC
7.4.1 Procedure - Converting the PLC type without designating an Address Conversion Range
7.4.2 Procedure - Converting the PLC type and designating an Address Conversion Range
7.5 Changing the Device/PLC at Runtime (Indirect Device)
7.5.1 Procedure - Changing the Device/PLC at Runtime (Indirect Device)
7.6 Connecting Multiple Display Units to One Device/PLC (Ethernet Multilink)
7.6.1 Procedure - Connecting Multiple Display Units to One Device/PLC (Ethernet Multilink)
7.6.2 Procedure - How to Calculate the Communication Traffic
7.7 Preventing Operations from Other Display Units (Ethernet Multilink)
7.7.1 Procedure - Preventing Operations from Other Display Units (Ethernet Multilink)
7.7.2 How Display Unit Screen Behaves While Operation Lock Is Engaged
7.8 Settings Guide
7.8.1 System Settings [Device/PLC] Settings Guide
7.8.1.1 Change Device/PLC Settings Guide
7.8.1.2 Address Conversion Method Settings Guide
7.9 Restrictions
7.9.1 Restrictions when connected to Multiple Devices/PLCs
7.9.2 Restrictions When Connected to Multiple Display Units (Ethernet Multilink Settings)
8.Edit and Draw (Figures/Text)
8.1 Settings Menu
8.2 Editing
8.2.1 Introducing Edit Tools
8.2.2 Selection Method
8.2.3 Setting up Grids
8.2.4 Zoom in/Zoom out
8.2.5 Moving Objects
8.2.6 Duplicate
8.2.7 Changing Attributes
8.2.8 Grouping (Ungrouping)
8.2.9 Order
8.2.10 Aligning
8.2.11 Rotating Right or Left
8.2.12 Mirroring X-Axis (Vertical)/Y-Axis (Horizontal)
8.2.13 Changing Coordinates
8.2.14 Protecting Objects That You Do Not Want to Edit
8.3 Changing Color/Line Type/Pattern
8.3.1 Setting Colors
8.3.2 Setting Up Blink
8.3.3 Setting Up Line Types
8.3.4 Setting Up Patterns
8.4 Drawing Graphics
8.4.1 List of Drawing Tools
8.4.2 Drawing Dots
8.4.3 Drawing Lines/Polylines
8.4.4 Drawing Rectangles
8.4.5 Drawing Circles/Ovals
8.4.6 Drawing Arcs/Pies
8.4.7 Drawing Polygons
8.4.8 Drawing Scales
8.4.9 Drawing Tables
8.5 Writing Text
8.6 Copying/Editing a Screen
8.6.1 Copying/Deleting a Screen
8.6.1.1 Procedure - Copying A Screen
8.6.1.2 Procedure - Deleting A Screen
8.6.2 Copying a Screen from Another Project
8.6.2.1 Procedure - Copying a Screen from Another Project
8.6.3 Changing the Screen Number, Title, or Screen Color
8.6.3.1 Procedure - Changing the Screen Number, Title, or Screen Color
8.6.4 Adding Headers and Footers on a Screen
8.6.4.1 Procedure - Creating Headers and Footers
8.6.4.2 Procedure - Reusing a Header/Footer
8.6.4.3 Procedure - Removing Headers and Footers
8.6.5 Using a Screen Multiple Times (Call Screen)
8.6.5.1 Procedure - Using a Screen Multiple Times
8.6.6 Registering a Screen as a Template
8.7 Editing Parts
8.7.1 Editing Parts
8.7.2 Changing Parts Attributes All at One Time
8.7.2.1 Procedure - Changing Parts Attributes at One Time / Exporting a File to Change Attributes at One Time
8.7.2.2 Procedure - Changing Parts Attributes at One Time / On Screen Editor at One Time
8.7.3 Changing All Parts Shapes
8.7.3.1 Procedure - Changing All Parts Shapes
8.7.4 Using Screen Parts or Drawings to Set As Default
8.7.4.1 Procedure - Using Screen Parts or Drawings to Set As Default
8.7.5 Batch Conversion of Selected Parts Addresses
8.7.5.1 Procedure - Batch Conversion of Selected Parts Addresses
8.8 Registering Addresses with Descriptive Names (Symbol Variables)
8.8.1 Procedure - Registering Symbol Variables
8.8.2 Procedure - Confirming Symbol Registration
8.8.3 Procedure - Checking each individual address in use
8.9 Creating Your Own Parts
8.10 Repeatedly Use Parts and Drawings (Package)
8.10.1 Registering Frequently Used Parts as Your Favorites
8.10.2 Registering Parts/Drawings in a New Package
8.10.3 Registering Parts/Drawings from a Project in a New Package
8.10.4 Placing Graphics Registered in a Package
8.11 Pasting an Image
8.11.1 Target Image
8.11.2 Pasting BMP/JPEG Procedure
8.11.2.1 Paste Images Directly on the Screen
8.11.2.2 Registering and Using Images
8.12 Drawing a Small Image
8.12.1 Drawing a Picture with Dots
8.13 Displaying Characters Not Available In Character Code Table
8.13.1 Displaying Marks as Text
8.13.2 About Displaying Characters Not Available in Character Code Table
8.14 Settings Guide
8.14.1 Text Settings Guide
8.14.2 Package Settings Guide
8.14.3 Preferences [Screen Edit Style] Settings Guide
8.14.3.1 Preferences - Action
8.14.3.2 Preferences - Grid
8.14.3.3 Preferences - Display
8.14.4 Common [Mark Registration] Settings Guide
8.14.4.1 Mark Registration - New
8.14.4.2 Mark Registration - Open
8.14.4.3 Mark Registration
8.14.5 Common Settings [Symbol Variables] Settings Guide
8.14.5.1 Common Settings [Symbol Variables] - Import STEP7 Project
8.15 Restrictions
8.15.1 Text Restrictions
8.15.2 Editing Restrictions
8.15.3 Symbol Variable Restrictions
8.15.4 Restrictions for Pasting BMP/JPEG
8.15.5 Package Registration Restrictions
8.15.6 Restrictions on Marks (Registering Characters)
8.16 Color Code Table
9.Loading Graphics (Picture Display)
9.1 Settings Menu
9.2 Changing a Picture with Bit ON/OFF
9.2.1 Procedure - Changing a Picture with Bit ON/OFF
9.3 Displaying Alternating Pictures
9.3.1 Procedure - Displaying Alternating Pictures
9.4 Moving a Picture
9.4.1 Procedure - Moving a Picture
9.5 Common (Image Registration) Settings Guide
9.6 Picture Display Settings Guide
9.6.1 ON/OFF Display
9.6.1.1 ON/OFF Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Package)
9.6.1.2 ON/OFF Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Base Screen / Image / Image CF)
9.6.1.3 ON/OFF Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.1.4 ON/OFF Display - Display Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.2 State Display
9.6.2.1 State Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Package)
9.6.2.2 State Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Base Screen / Image / Image CF)
9.6.2.3 State Display - Basic Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.2.4 State Display - Display Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.3 Moving Display
9.6.3.1 Move Display - Basic Settings
9.6.3.2 Move Display - Move Settings (Selecting a Base Screen / Image / Image CF)
9.6.3.3 Move Display - Move Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.3.4 Move Display - Display Settings (Selecting a Mark)
9.6.4 CF Image Display
9.6.4.1 CF Image Display - Basic Settings (File Manager)
9.6.4.2 CF Image Display - Basic Settings (Specify File Name - File Name)
9.6.4.3 CF Image Display - Basic Settings (Specify File Name - Address)
9.7 Restrictions
9.7.1 Restrictions for Picture Display (ON/OFF Display)
9.7.2 Restrictions for Picture Display (State Display)
9.7.3 Restrictions for Picture Display (Move Display)
9.7.4 Restrictions for Picture Display (CF Image Display)
9.8 8-color Combinations
10.Switches
10.1 Settings Menu
10.2 Creating a Bit Switch
10.2.1 Procedure - Creating a Bit Switch
10.3 Inverting a Bit ON/OFF
10.3.1 Procedure - Inverting a Bit ON/OFF
10.4 Writing a Value
10.4.1 Procedure - Writing a Value
10.5 Increasing/Decreasing a Value
10.5.1 Procedure - Increasing/Decreasing a Value
10.6 Conditionally ON (Comparison)
10.6.1 Procedure - Conditionally ON (Comparison)
10.7 Using Interlock to Prevent Malfunctions
10.7.1 Procedure - Using Interlock to Prevent Malfunctions
10.8 Creating a Delayed Operation Switch
10.8.1 Procedure - Creating a Delayed Operation Switch
10.9 Setting a Delay Time for Switch OFF
10.9.1 Procedure - Setting a Delay Time for Switch OFF
10.10 Confirming Before Turning a Switch ON (Double Touch)
10.10.1 Procedure - Confirming Before Turning a Switch ON (Double Touch)
10.11 Creating a Color-Changing Switch
10.11.1 Procedure - Creating a Color-Changing Switch
10.12 Performing Multiple Functions with One Switch (Multifunction)
10.12.1 Procedure - Performing Multiple Functions with One Switch
10.13 Creating a Radio Switch
10.13.1 Procedure - Creating a Radio Switch
10.14 Creating a Switch to Select Features From a List
10.14.1 Procedure - Creating a Switch to Select Features From a List
10.15 Switch/Lamp Parts Settings Guide
10.15.1 Bit Switch
10.15.1.1 Switch Feature/Basic
10.15.1.2 Switch Feature/Extended
10.15.1.3 Switch Common/Basic
10.15.1.4 Switch Common/Extended
10.15.1.5 Lamp Feature/Basic
10.15.1.6 Lamp Feature/Extended
10.15.1.7 Color
10.15.1.8 Label
10.15.2 Word Switch
10.15.2.1 Word Switch - Switch Feature
10.15.2.2 Word Switch - Switch Common/Lamp/Color/Label
10.15.3 Change Screen Switch
10.15.3.1 Change Screen Switch - Switch Features
10.15.3.2 Change Screen Switch - Switch Common/Lamp/Color/Label
10.15.4 Special Switch
10.15.4.1 Special Switch - Switch Features
10.15.4.2 Special Switch - Switch Common/Lamp/Color/Label
10.15.5 Selector Switch
10.15.5.1 Selector Switch - Switch Feature
10.15.5.2 Selector Switch - Switch Common/Lamp/Color/Label
10.16 Selector List Parts Settings Guide
10.16.1 Bit Operation
10.16.1.1 Selector List Settings
10.16.1.2 Font Settings
10.16.1.3 Switch Settings
10.16.2 Word Operation
10.16.2.1 Word Operation - Selector List Settings
10.16.2.2 Word Operation - Font Settings/Switch Settings
10.16.3 Screen Change
10.16.3.1 Change Screen - Selector List Settings
10.16.3.2 Change Screen - Font Settings/Switch Settings
10.16.4 Special Operation
10.16.4.1 Special Operation - Selector List Settings
10.16.4.2 Special Operation - Font Settings/Switch Settings
10.17 Restrictions
10.17.1 Restrictions for Switches
10.17.2 Restrictions on the Delay Feature
10.17.3 Restrictions on the Multifunction Feature
10.17.4 Group Function Limitations
10.17.5 Restrictions for Selector List Parts
11.Displaying and Changing Screens
11.1 Settings Menu
11.2 Selecting the Startup Screen
11.2.1 Procedure - Selecting the Startup Screen
11.3 Changing Screens on Touch
11.3.1 Procedure - Changing Screens on Touch
11.4 Changing Screens from a Device/PLC
11.4.1 Procedure - Changing Screens from a Device/PLC
11.5 Changing the Screen from both Touch and Device/PLC
11.5.1 Procedure - Changing the Screen from both Touch and Device/PLC
11.6 Using the Screen Saver
11.6.1 Procedure - After Defined Time Elapses, Turn Screen Display Off
11.6.2 Procedure - Turning OFF the Screen Display from a Device/PLC
11.7 Changing Screens Using a Hierarchical Structure
11.7.1 Procedure - Changing Screens Using a Hierarchical Structure
11.8 Restrictions
11.8.1 Restrictions for Screen Change
12.Windows
12.1 Settings Menu
12.2 Creating Windows
12.2.1 Procedure - Creating Windows
12.3 Displaying Windows
12.3.1 Procedure - Displaying Windows
12.4 Changing Windows
12.4.1 Procedure - Changing Windows
12.5 Displaying the Same Window on All Screens
12.5.1 Procedure - Displaying the Same Window on All Screens
12.6 Changing the Window on All Screens
12.6.1 Procedure - Changing the Window on All Screens
12.7 Settings Guide
12.7.1 Window - Bit Action / Basic
12.7.2 Window - Word Action / Basic
12.7.3 Window - Activate Switch / Basic
12.7.4 Window - Activate Switch / Switch
12.8 Restrictions
12.8.1 Restrictions for Window Screens
12.8.2 Restrictions for Displaying Windows
12.9 Displaying Multiple Windows on a Single Screen
13.Using Lamps
13.1 Settings Menu
13.2 Turning the Lamp ON/OFF with the ON/OFF Bit
13.2.1 Procedure - Turning the Lamp ON/OFF with the ON/OFF Bit
13.3 Turning Multiple Bits ON/OFF (Up to 5 States)
13.3.1 Procedure - Turning Multiple Bits ON/OFF (Up to 5 States)
13.4 Changing Multiple Bits (Up to 16 States)
13.4.1 Procedure - Changing Multiple Bits (Up to 16 States)
13.5 Changing Word Address Bits (Bit Settings)
13.5.1 Procedure - Changing Word Address Bits (Bit Settings)
13.6 Change When Word Address Value Changes
13.6.1 Procedure - Change When Word Address Value Changes
13.7 Lamp Settings Guide
13.7.1 Lamp Feature - Basic
13.7.2 Lamp Feature - Extended / Bit Address
13.7.3 Lamp Feature - Extended / Word Address
13.7.4 Lamp Feature - Color
13.7.5 Lamp Feature - Label
13.8 Restrictions
14.Displaying and Inputting Numeric/Text Data (Data Display)
14.1 Settings Menu
14.2 Displaying/Inputting Numeric Data
14.2.1 Procedure - Displaying/Inputting Numeric Data
14.3 Displaying/Inputting Text Data
14.3.1 Procedure - Displaying/Inputting Text Data
14.4 Displaying Numerical Data as an Alarm
14.4.1 Procedure - Displaying Numerical Data as an Alarm
14.5 Color-coding and Displaying Multiple Ranges
14.5.1 Procedure - Color-coding and Displaying Multiple Ranges
14.6 Display the Date/Day/Time
14.6.1 Procedure - Display the Date/Day/Time
14.7 Using Interlock to Prevent Malfunctions
14.7.1 Procedure - Using Interlock to Prevent Malfunctions
14.8 Prevent Entering Data Outside the Allowed Range
14.8.1 Procedure - Prevent Entering Data Outside the Allowed Range
14.9 Sequential Input
14.9.1 Procedure - Sequential Input
14.10 Use a Switch to Add/Subtract Values
14.10.1 Procedure - Use a Switch to Add/Subtract Values
14.11 Data Display Settings Guide
14.11.1 Numeric Display
14.11.1.1 Numeric Display - Basic Settings/Basic
14.11.1.2 Numeric Display - Basic Settings/Extended
14.11.1.3 Numeric Display - Data Entry/Basic
14.11.1.4 Numeric Display - Data Entry/Extended
14.11.1.5 Numeric Display - Display/Basic
14.11.1.6 Numeric Display - Display/Extended
14.11.1.7 Numeric Display - Alarm/Color/Basic
14.11.1.8 Numeric Display - Alarm/Color/Extended
14.11.1.9 Numeric Display - Operation Process
14.11.2 Text Display
14.11.2.1 Text Display - Basic Settings/Basic
14.11.2.2 Text Display - Basic Settings/Extended
14.11.2.3 Text Display - Data Entry/Basic
14.11.2.4 Text Display - Data Entry/Extended
14.11.2.5 Text Display - Display
14.11.2.6 Text Display - Color/Basic
14.11.2.7 Text Display - Color/Extended
14.11.3 Date/Time Display
14.11.3.1 Date/Time Display - Basic
14.11.3.2 Date/Time Display - Color
14.11.4 Statistical Data Display
14.11.4.1 Statistical Data Display - Basic
14.11.4.2 Statistical Data Display - Display
14.11.4.3 Statistical Data Display - Color
14.11.5 Show Limit Value
14.11.5.1 Show Limit Value - Basic
14.11.6 Input Display
14.11.6.1 Input Display - Basic
14.12 Restrictions
14.12.1 Restrictions on Numeric Displays
14.12.2 Text Display Restrictions
14.12.3 Restrictions on Input
14.13 How Data Input Order Works
14.13.1 Set Input Order
14.13.2 Set Input Order by Group
15.Keypad Input and Edit
15.1 Settings Menu
15.2 Display Popup Keypad
15.2.1 Procedure - Display Popup Keypad
15.3 Always Display Keypad on the Screen
15.3.1 Procedure - Always Display Keypad on the Screen
15.4 Customizing the Keypad Layout
15.4.1 Procedure - Customizing the Keypad Layout
15.4.2 Procedure - Customizing the Keypad Layout / Popup
15.5 Customizing the System Keypad of the Data Display
15.5.1 Procedure - Customizing the System Keypad of the Data Display
15.6 Settings Guide
15.6.1 Keypad Settings Guide
15.6.1.1 System Keypad
15.6.1.2 User Keypad
15.6.2 Common (Keypad Registration) Settings
15.6.2.1 Keypad Registration - New
15.6.2.2 Keypad Registration - Open
15.6.2.3 Keypad Registration - Keypad
15.6.2.4 Keypad Registration - Clear Area
15.6.3 Key Part Settings Guide
15.6.3.1 Key Part - Basic Settings/Basic
15.6.3.2 Key Part - Basic Settings/Extended
15.6.3.3 Key Part - Color
15.6.3.4 Key Part - Label
15.7 Restrictions
15.7.1 Keypad Restrictions
15.7.2 Popup Keypad Restrictions
15.7.3 Key Parts Restrictions
15.7.4 Restrictions for Japanese FEP
15.7.4.1 Japanese FEP - Operation and Display
16.Bar Code/USB Keyboard Inputs
16.1 Settings Menu
16.2 Connecting a Barcode/Two-dimensional Code Reader
16.2.1 Procedure - Connecting a Bar Code Reader
16.2.2 Procedure - Connecting a Two-dimensional Code Reader
16.3 Display USB Keyboard Inputs
16.3.1 Procedure - Display USB Keyboard Inputs
16.4 Settings Guide
16.4.1 System Settings [Input Equipment] Settings Guide - Bar Code 1/Bar Code 2
16.4.1.1 Bar Code Reader
16.4.1.2 Two-dimensional Code Reader
16.4.1.3 Save Data in
16.5 Restrictions
16.5.1 Bar Code Restrictions
16.5.2 Restrictions for using a Two-dimensional Code Reader
16.5.3 USB Keyboard Restrictions
17.Displaying and Changing Text (Message Display)
17.1 Settings Menu
17.2 Changing and Displaying Messages (Text)
17.2.1 Procedure - Changing and Displaying Messages (Text)
17.3 Changing the Displayed Text
17.3.1 Procedure - Changing the Displayed Text
17.4 Importing/Exporting Text
17.4.1 Procedure - Exporting Text
17.4.2 Procedure - Importing Text
17.4.3 Text Screen File Format
17.5 Displaying a Message on Multiple Display Units (Bulletin Messages)
17.5.1 Procedure - Displaying a Message on Multiple Display Units (Bulletin Messages)
17.6 Message Display Settings Guide
17.6.1 Message Display [Direct Input] Settings Guide
17.6.1.1 Direct Input - Basic
17.6.1.2 Direct Input - Display (Direct Text)
17.6.1.3 Direct Input - Color
17.6.2 Message Display [Text Display] Settings Guide
17.6.2.1 Text Display - Basic Settings / Basic
17.6.2.2 Text Display - Basic Settings / Extended
17.6.2.3 Text Display - Display
17.6.2.4 Text Display - Color
17.6.3 Message Display [Bulletin Message] Settings Guide
17.6.3.1 Bulletin Message - Basic
17.7 Common [Text Registration] Settings Guide
17.7.1 Text Registration - New Text/Open
17.7.2 Text Registration (Common Screen)
17.7.3 Text Registration (Input Multiple languages)
17.7.4 Text Registration - Export Text Screen
17.7.5 Text Registration - Import Text Screen
17.8 Restrictions
17.8.1 Restrictions on Message Display
17.9 How Message Display [Bulletin Message] Works
17.9.1 Display Range of a Bulletin Message
17.9.2 Format of Specified Address
17.9.3 Storing Data according to Text Data Mode
17.9.4 Internal Address Usage Range
18.Drawing in Other Languages/Changing Languages (Text Table)
18.1 Settings Menu
18.2 Drawing in Other Languages
18.2.1 Procedure - Drawing in Other Languages
18.2.1.1 Adding Simplified Chinese (Windows Regional and Language Options)
18.2.1.2 Add Chinese (Simplified) Stroke Fonts to the Project
18.2.1.3 Enter Chinese (Simplified) into a Change Screen Switch Label
18.3 Changing Text to Other Languages
18.3.1 Procedure - Changing Text to Other Languages
18.3.2 Procedure - Convert Text Table
18.4 Changing Blocks of Text to Other Languages
18.4.1 Procedure - Changing Blocks of Text to Other Languages
18.5 Importing/Exporting Text Table
18.5.1 Procedure - Exporting Text Table
18.5.2 Procedure - Importing Text Table
18.5.3 Text Table File Format
18.6 Changing Text Table Without Transferring
18.6.1 Procedure - Changing Text Table Without Transferring
18.6.2 Display Unit Folder Structure/File Format
18.7 Settings Guide
18.7.1 Common [Text Table] Settings Guide
18.7.1.1 Text Table
18.7.1.2 Language Change
18.7.1.3 Utility - Export
18.7.1.4 Utility - Import
18.7.1.5 Utility - Create Display Unit File
18.7.2 Text Table Settings Guide
18.7.2.1 Switch/Lamp - Label (Enable Text Table)
18.7.2.2 Drawing Text (Using the Text Table)
18.7.2.3 Alarm Part - Item/Extended (Text Table)
18.7.2.4 Alarm Settings (Enable Text Table)
18.7.2.5 Message Display [Direct Input]/Display (Text Table)
18.8 Restrictions
18.8.1 Language Change Restrictions
18.8.2 Restrictions on Create Display Unit File
18.8.3 Restrictions on Text Table Converter
18.8.4 Restrictions on expanding text table index count
18.9 Placing Text When Using Text Tables
18.9.1 Switch/Lamp Label
18.9.2 Text
18.9.3 Message Display
19.Graph Display
19.1 Settings Menu
19.2 Displaying the Current Value in a Bar/Circle/Tank Graph
19.2.1 Procedure - Displaying the Current Value in a Bar/Circle/Tank Graph
19.2.2 Changing the Graph Color from a Device/PLC
19.3 Displaying an Alarm in a Bar/Circle/Tank Graph
19.3.1 Procedure - Displaying an Alarm in a Bar/Circle/Tank Graph
19.4 Using Trend Graphs
19.4.1 Procedure - Using Trend Graphs
19.5 Show/Hide Trend Graph Lines (Channels) in Trend Graph
19.5.1 Procedure - Show/Hide Trend Graph Lines (Channels) in Trend Graph
19.6 Display a Standard Line in a Trend Graph
19.6.1 Procedure - Display a Standard Line in a Trend Graph
19.7 Zoom In/Out a Trend Graph
19.7.1 Procedure - Zoom In/Out a Trend Graph
19.8 Using a Trend Graph to View Historical Data
19.8.1 Procedure - Using a Trend Graph to View Historical Data
19.8.2 Operation - Using a Trend Graph to View Historical Data
19.8.2.1 Cursor Operation
19.8.2.2 Time Display and Searching Historical Data
19.8.3 Display Historical Data
19.9 Displaying Sampled Data in a Scatter Graph
19.9.1 Procedure - Displaying Sampled Data in a Scatter Graph
19.10 Displaying Multiple Addresses Concurrently (Block Display)
19.10.1 Procedure - Displaying Multiple Addresses Concurrently (Block Display)
19.10.2 Displaying/Clearing a Data Block Display Graph
19.10.3 Data Block Display Graph Structure
19.11 Displaying Current Values of Multiple Addresses at Once
19.11.1 Procedure - Displaying Current Values of Multiple Addresses in a Scatter Graph
19.11.2 Procedure - Displaying Current Values of Multiple Addresses in a Scatter Graph
19.12 Graph Part Settings Guide
19.12.1 Normal Graph
19.12.1.1 Normal Graph - Basic
19.12.1.2 Normal Graph - Color/Basic
19.12.1.3 Normal Graph - Color/Extended
19.12.1.4 Scale
19.12.2 Statistical Graph
19.12.2.1 Statistical Graph - Basic
19.12.2.2 Statistical Graph - Color
19.12.3 Meter Graph
19.12.3.1 Meter Graph - Basic
19.12.3.2 Meter Graph - Color
19.13 Historical Trend Graph Settings Guide
19.13.1 Normal/Pen Recorder
19.13.1.1 Historical Trend Graph - Graph/Basic
19.13.1.2 Historical Trend Graph - Graph/Extended
19.13.1.3 Historical Trend Graph - Display/Basic
19.13.1.4 Historical Trend Graph - Display/Extended
19.13.1.5 Historical Trend Graph - Color/Basic
19.13.1.6 Historical Trend Graph - Color/Extended
19.13.1.7 Historical Trend Graph - Limit Colors
19.13.1.8 Historical Trend Graph - Auxiliary Line
19.13.1.9 Historical Trend Graph - Display Historical Data
19.13.1.10 Historical Trend Graph - Switch
19.13.1.11 Historical Trend Graph - Time Display
19.14 Data Block Display Graph Settings Guide
19.14.1 Data Block Display Graph - Graph/Basic
19.14.2 Data Block Display Graph - Graph/Extended
19.14.2.1 Data Block Display Graph - Show Scale
19.14.3 Data Block Display Graph - Display Area
19.14.4 Data Block Display Graph - Color/Basic
19.14.5 Data Block Display Graph - Color/Extended
19.14.6 Data Block Display Graph - Limit Colors
19.14.7 Data Block Display Graph - Auxiliary Line
19.15 XY Historical Scatter Graph Settings Guide
19.15.1 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Graph/Basic
19.15.2 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Graph/Extended
19.15.2.1 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Show Scale
19.15.3 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Display/Color
19.15.4 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Alarm Settings
19.15.5 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Auxiliary Line
19.15.6 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Scale
19.15.7 XY Historical Scatter Graph - Normalize
19.16 XY Block Display Scatter Graph Settings Guide
19.16.1 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Graph/Basic
19.16.2 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Graph/Extended
19.16.2.1 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Show Scale
19.16.3 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Display/Color
19.16.4 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Alarm Settings
19.16.5 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Auxiliary Line
19.16.6 XY Block Display Scatter Graph - Scale
19.17 Restrictions
19.17.1 Restrictions for Graphs
19.17.2 Restrictions for Historical Trend Graphs
19.17.3 Data Block Display Graph Restrictions
19.17.4 Restrictions on XY Historical Scatter Graphs
19.17.5 Restrictions on XY Block Display Scatter Graphs
20.Alarms
20.1 Settings Menu
20.2 Scrolling Alarm Messages
20.2.1 Example of Display Alarm Message (Banner)
20.2.2 Display Alarm Message (Banner) When Alarm Ends
20.2.3 Display Alarm Message (Banner) Position
20.2.4 Procedure - Scrolling Alarm Messages
20.3 Viewing Active Alarms in a List
20.3.1 Procedure - Viewing Active Alarms in a List
20.4 Acknowledging the Alarm History
20.4.1 Procedure - Acknowledging the Alarm History/Bit Monitoring
20.4.2 Procedure - Acknowledging the Alarm History/Word Monitoring
20.5 Working with Alarm History
20.5.1 Procedure - Working with Alarm History
20.6 Displaying Help (Sub Display)
20.6.1 Procedure - Displaying Help (Sub Display)/Change Base Screen
20.6.2 Procedure - Displaying Help (Sub Display)/Show Text Window
20.7 Viewing Alarms by Line
20.7.1 Procedure - Viewing Alarms by Line
20.8 Storing Alarm Messages in the CF Card or USB Storage Device
20.8.1 Procedure - Storing Alarm Messages in the CF Card or USB Storage Device
20.8.2 Control Word Address for Data Save
20.9 Read Data When Alarms Occur
20.9.1 Procedure - Read Data When Alarms Occur
20.10 Settings Guide
20.10.1 Common Settings (Alarm) Setting Guide
20.10.1.1 Alarm Settings (Common Settings)
20.10.1.2 Alarm Settings (Block 1) - Bit Monitoring
20.10.1.3 Alarm Settings (Block 1) - Word Monitoring
20.10.1.4 Alarm Settings (Banner)
20.10.1.5 Alarm Settings (Summary)
20.10.2 Alarm Parts Settings Guide
20.10.2.1 Show History - Basic Settings/Basic
20.10.2.2 Show History - Basic Settings/Extended
20.10.2.3 Show History - Item/Basic
20.10.2.4 Show History - Item/Extended
20.10.2.5 Show History - Color Settings
20.10.2.6 Show History - Display
20.10.2.7 Show History - Sub Display/Basic
20.10.2.8 Show History - Sub Display/Extended
20.10.2.9 Show History - Switch Settings
20.10.2.10 Show History - Cursor Shape
20.10.2.11 Summary - Basic Settings
20.10.2.12 Summary - Color Settings
20.10.2.13 Summary - Display Settings
20.10.3 Text Alarm Part Settings Guide
20.10.3.1 Text Alarm Part - Basic Settings
20.10.3.2 Text Alarm Part - Color
20.10.3.3 Text Alarm Part - Sub Display/Basic
20.10.3.4 Text Alarm Part - Sub Display/Extended
20.10.3.5 Text Alarm Part - Switch Settings
20.11 Restrictions
20.11.1 Restrictions on Alarm History
20.11.2 Restrictions on Printing Alarm History
20.11.3 Restrictions on Saving Alarm History
20.11.4 Restrictions on Alarm History Sub Display
20.11.5 Restrictions on Alarm Banner Display
20.11.6 Restrictions on Alarm Summary Display
20.11.7 Text Alarm Part Restrictions
20.12 How to Run External Operations from Multiple Display Units
20.13 Space Requirements for Alarm History Data
20.14 Import/Export Alarm Settings
20.15 Alarm Feature List
21.Animating Screen Objects
21.1 Animation - General
21.1.1 About Animation
21.1.2 Supported Objects
21.1.2.1 Color Animation Supported by Drawings
21.1.3 Animation on Grouped Objects
21.2 Settings Menu
21.3 Showing and Hiding Objects
21.3.1 Procedure - Showing and Hiding Objects
21.3.2 Visibility Animation: Operation
21.4 Moving Objects to show Changes in Condition
21.4.1 Procedure - Moving Objects to show Changes in Condition
21.4.2 How Position Animation Works
21.5 Rotating Objects to show Changes in Condition
21.5.1 Procedure - Rotating Objects to show Changes in Condition
21.6 Changing Object Colors based on Address Values
21.6.1 Procedure - Changing Object Colors based on Address Values
21.7 Settings Guide
21.7.1 Visibility Animation Settings Guide
21.7.2 Color Animation Settings Guide
21.7.2.1 Color Animation - Hue Animation
21.7.3 Position Animation Settings Guide
21.7.3.1 Position Animation - Horizontal Animation
21.7.3.2 Position Animation - Vertical Animation
21.7.4 Rotation Animation Settings Guide
21.7.5 Project Information - File Information - Expert Mode Settings Guide
21.8 Editing in Expert Mode
21.9 About the Layer Separator
21.10 Restrictions
21.11 About Expressions
21.11.1 Numeric Expression
21.11.2 Bool Expression
21.11.3 Operators: Order of Precedence
22.Programming (Scripts)
22.1 Settings Menu
22.2 Conditional Operations
22.2.1 Procedure - Conditional Operations
22.3 Copying Data in Blocks
22.3.1 Procedure - Copying Data in Blocks
22.4 Displaying an Alarm When an Error Occurs
22.4.1 Procedure - Displaying an Alarm When an Error Occurs
22.5 Communicating with Unsupported Peripheral Devices
22.5.1 Procedure - Communicating with Unsupported Peripheral Devices
22.5.2 Structure of Extended Scripts
22.5.3 Procedure for Creating Scripts
22.5.3.1 Flow Chart
22.5.3.2 Main Functions
22.5.3.3 INIT (User Defined Function)
22.5.3.4 PINIT (User Defined Function)
22.5.3.5 Strset (User Defined Function)
22.5.3.6 Print (User Defined Function)
22.6 Referencing Other Scripts
22.6.1 Procedure - Referencing Other Scripts
22.7 Creating Scripts
22.7.1 Procedure for Creating D-Scripts/Global D-Scripts
22.7.2 Procedure for Creating Extended Scripts
22.7.3 Setting Up User-Defined Functions
22.8 Trigger Condition Setup
22.9 Settings Guide
22.9.1 D-Script/Common [Global D-Script] Settings
22.9.2 User-Defined Functions Settings Guide
22.10 Restrictions
22.10.1 D-Script/Global D-Script Restrictions
22.10.2 Extended Script Restrictions
22.10.3 Restrictions on User-Defined Functions
22.10.4 Notes on Operation Results
22.10.5 Restrictions on the Triggered Bit
22.10.6 Errors
22.11 Built-In Function (Instruction) / Conditional Expressions
22.11.1 Draw
22.11.1.1 Call Screen
22.11.1.2 Circle
22.11.1.3 Dot
22.11.1.4 Line
22.11.1.5 Rectangle
22.11.2 Memory Operation
22.11.2.1 Offset Address
22.11.2.2 Compare Memory
22.11.2.3 Copy Memory
22.11.2.4 Copy Memory (Variable Specification)
22.11.2.5 Memory Ring
22.11.2.6 Search Memory
22.11.2.7 Initialize Memory
22.11.2.8 Initialize Memory (Variable Specification)
22.11.2.9 Shift Memory
22.11.3 SIO Port Operation
22.11.3.1 Label Settings
22.11.3.2 Receive
22.11.3.3 Send
22.11.3.4 Extended Receive
22.11.3.5 Extended Send
22.11.3.6 Standby Reception
22.11.3.7 Standby
22.11.4 Bit Operation
22.11.4.1 Set Bit
22.11.4.2 Clear Bit
22.11.4.3 Toggle Bit
22.11.5 File Operation
22.11.5.1 File Copy
22.11.6 CF File Operation/USB File Operation
22.11.6.1 Delete File
22.11.6.2 Output File List
22.11.6.3 Read File
22.11.6.4 Read CSV File
22.11.6.5 Change File Name
22.11.6.6 Write File
22.11.6.7 Label Settings
22.11.7 Printer Operation
22.11.7.1 Label Settings
22.11.7.2 Send
22.11.8 Text Operation
22.11.8.1 Decimal Number to String Conversion
22.11.8.2 Hexadecimal Number to String Conversion
22.11.8.3 Decimal Text-To-Integer Conversion
22.11.8.4 Data Buffer to Internal Device
22.11.8.5 Hexadecimal Text-To-Integer Conversion
22.11.8.6 Internal Device To Data Buffer
22.11.8.7 String Concatenate
22.11.8.8 String Length
22.11.8.9 Partial Text
22.11.8.10 Set String
22.11.8.11 Text Operation Error Status
22.11.9 Others
22.11.9.1 Debug Function
22.11.9.2 Application Trigger
22.11.9.3 Exit WinGP
22.11.10 Conditional Expressions
22.11.10.1 if - endif
22.11.10.2 if - else - endif
22.11.10.3 loop - endloop
22.11.10.4 break
22.11.10.5 return
22.11.11 Comparison
22.11.11.1 Logical AND (and)
22.11.11.2 Logical OR (or)
22.11.11.3 Negation (not)
22.11.11.4 Less than (<)
22.11.11.5 Less than or equal to (<=)
22.11.11.6 Not equal to (<>)
22.11.11.7 Greater than (>)
22.11.11.8 Greater than or equal to (>=)
22.11.11.9 Equal to (==)
22.11.12 Operator
22.11.12.1 Addition (+)
22.11.12.2 Subtraction (-)
22.11.12.3 Modulus (%)
22.11.12.4 Multiplication (*)
22.11.12.5 Division (/)
22.11.12.6 Assignment (=)
22.11.12.7 Shift Left (<<)
22.11.12.8 Shift Right (>>)
22.11.12.9 Bit Operator Logical AND (&)
22.11.12.10 Bit Operator Logical OR (|)
22.11.12.11 Bit Operator Exclusive OR (^)
22.11.12.12 Bit Operator 1's Complement (~)
22.11.13 Operation Example
23.Enforcing Security (Passwords, Operation Logs, Interlock)
23.1 Settings Menu
23.2 Creating Limited Access Screens
23.2.1 Procedure - Creating Limited Access Screens
23.3 Limiting Screen Access by Authority
23.3.1 Procedure - Limiting Screen Access by Authority
23.4 Disable All Touch Operations Based on Timing
23.4.1 Procedure - Disable All Touch Operations Based on Timing
23.5 Creating a Screen with Limited Access Parts
23.5.1 Procedure - Creating a Screen with Limited Access Parts
23.5.2 Security Settings for Each Part
23.5.3 Log in/Log off
23.6 Show or Hide Parts and Drawings for Specific Users
23.6.1 Procedure - Show or Hide Parts and Drawings for Specific Users
23.7 Save Operation History
23.7.1 Procedure - Saving Operation History
23.7.2 Operation Log Settings for Each Part
23.8 Editing Passwords Online
23.8.1 Procedure - Editing Passwords Online
23.8.2 Creating Password Settings
23.9 Settings Guide
23.9.1 Common (Security Settings) Settings Guide
23.9.1.1 Password Settings
23.9.1.2 Security Level List
23.9.1.3 Interlock Settings
23.9.2 Operation Log Settings
23.10 Password/User ID Input Window
23.11 Global Interlock's Touch Enable Condition
23.12 Disable Touch Outside Windows/Use with Other Interlock Features
23.13 Operation Log
23.13.1 Operations To Log
23.13.2 Operation Log Contents, Example Output
23.13.3 Operation Log
23.13.3.1 Bit Switch
23.13.3.2 Word Switch
23.13.3.3 Change Screen Switch
23.13.3.4 Special Switch (Alarm)
23.13.3.5 Special Switch (File Item Switch)
23.13.3.6 Special Switch (Data Transfer Switch)
23.13.3.7 Special Switch (Start monitor switch)
23.13.3.8 Special Switch (Security)
23.13.3.9 Special Switch (Operation Lock)
23.13.3.10 Special Switch (Switch for Selector List)
23.13.3.11 Special Switch (Transfer Device/PLC Data)
23.13.3.12 Special Switch (Others)
23.13.3.13 Selector Switch
23.13.3.14 Data Display
23.13.3.15 Sampling Data Display (Edit Data)
23.13.3.16 Show CSV (Edit Data)
23.13.3.17 System Menu
23.13.3.18 Startup
23.13.3.19 Offline mode
23.13.3.20 Change Language
23.13.4 Recording Timing of the Operation Log
23.13.5 Saving the Operation Log
23.13.6 Operation Log Capacity
23.14 Restrictions
23.14.1 Restrictions on Passwords and IDs
23.14.2 Restrictions on Global Interlock
23.14.3 Restrictions on Operation Log
23.14.4 Restrictions When Setting a Security Level for Each Part
23.14.5 Restrictions When Editing Passwords Online
24.Scheduling Operations (Time Schedule)
24.1 Settings Menu
24.2 Turning ON/OFF a Motor at the Designated Time
24.2.1 Procedure - Turning ON/OFF a Motor at the Designated Time
24.3 Changing the Temperature at the Designated Time
24.3.1 Procedure - Changing the Temperature at the Designated Time
24.4 Settings Guide
24.4.1 Time Schedule
24.4.2 Time Schedule - Operation
24.4.3 Time Schedule - Time/Constant
24.4.4 Time Schedule - Time/Address
24.4.4.1 Time Setting Address Details
24.5 Restrictions
25.Data Sampling
25.1 An Introduction to the Sampling Feature
25.1.1 What is the Sampling Feature?
25.2 Settings Menu
25.3 Sampling Data at Constant Intervals
25.3.1 Procedure - Sampling Data at Constant Intervals
25.4 Sampling Data at Specific Periods
25.4.1 Procedure - Sampling Data at Specific Periods
25.5 Displaying Sampled Data
25.5.1 Procedure - Displaying Sampled Data
25.6 Saving Sampled Data to CSV Files
25.6.1 Procedure - Saving Sampled Data to CSV Files
25.6.2 Operation - Normal Save
25.6.3 Operation - Automatic Save
25.7 Display/Save Sampled Data in CSV with a Custom Format
25.7.1 Procedure - Display/Save Sampled Data in CSV with a Custom Format
25.8 Common (Sampling) Settings Guide
25.8.1 Sampling List
25.8.2 Address
25.8.2.1 Address Settings / Sequential
25.8.2.2 Address Settings / Random
25.8.3 Mode
25.8.3.1 Mode / Set Time
25.8.3.2 Mode / Constant Cycle
25.8.3.3 Mode / Constant Cycle when Bit is ON
25.8.3.4 Mode / Bit ON
25.8.3.5 Mode / Bit Change
25.8.4 Display/Save in CSV
25.8.4.1 Display/Save in CSV/Data Settings - Data Type
25.8.4.2 Display/Save in CSV/Data Settings - Style
25.8.4.3 Display/Save in CSV/Data Settings - Alarm
25.8.4.4 Display/Save in CSV/Calculation Settings - Data Type
25.8.4.5 Display/Save in CSV/Calculation Settings - Style
25.8.4.6 Display/Save in CSV/Calculation Settings - Alarm
25.8.5 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)
25.8.5.1 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Date
25.8.5.2 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Time
25.8.5.3 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Data Settings - Data Type
25.8.5.4 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Data Settings - Style
25.8.5.5 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Data Settings - Alarm
25.8.5.6 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Calculation Settings - Data Type
25.8.5.7 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Calculation Settings - Style
25.8.5.8 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Calculation Settings - Alarm
25.8.5.9 Display/Save in CSV (Custom Settings)/Item Name (Vertical/Horizontal) Settings
25.8.6 Print
25.8.6.1 Print/Data Settings - Data Type
25.8.6.2 Print/Data Settings - Style
25.8.6.3 Print/Calculation Settings - Data Type
25.8.6.4 Print/Calculation Settings - Style
25.8.7 Print (Custom Settings)
25.8.7.1 Print (Custom Settings)/Date Set
25.8.7.2 Print (Custom Settings)/Time Set
25.8.7.3 Print (Custom Settings)/Data Settings - Data Type
25.8.7.4 Print (Custom Settings)/Data Settings - Style
25.8.7.5 Print (Custom Settings) / Text Settings
25.8.7.6 Print (Custom Settings)/Calculation Settings - Data Type
25.8.7.7 Print (Custom Settings)/Calculation Settings - Style
25.8.8 Write Data
25.9 Sampling Data Display Guide
25.9.1 Sampling Data Display - Basic
25.9.2 Sampling Data Display - Display
25.9.3 Sampling Data Display - Switch
25.10 Restrictions
25.10.1 Data Sampling Restrictions
25.10.2 Display Restrictions
25.10.3 Restrictions on Saving to CSV
25.10.4 Restrictions on Printing
25.11 Sampling Structure
25.11.1 Usage Capacity of Sampled Data
25.11.2 The Sampling Action
25.11.2.1 Timing for Collecting Data
25.11.2.2 Data Storage Methods
25.11.2.3 Deleting Data
25.11.3 Sampling Data Display
25.11.3.1 Display Example for Basic Settings
25.11.3.2 Display Example for Custom Settings
25.11.3.3 If data cannot be sampled
25.11.4 Saving to CSV
25.11.4.1 CSV File Format
25.11.4.2 CSV File Displayed in Excel
25.11.5 Printing
25.11.5.1 Print Example for Basic Settings
25.11.5.2 Print Example for Custom Settings
25.11.6 Writing to the Internal Device
25.11.6.1 Writing to the Internal Device
26.Recipes
26.1 Recipes
26.1.1 What are Recipes?
26.1.2 Types of Recipes
26.2 Settings Menu
26.3 CSV Data Flow
26.4 Creating Recipes Using CSV Data
26.4.1 Procedure - Creating Recipes with Excel (CSV Data)
26.4.2 Procedure - Creating Recipes in GP-Pro EX (CSV Data)
26.5 Transferring CSV Data Recipes Using Touch
26.5.1 Procedure - Transferring CSV Data Recipes Using Touch
26.5.2 Transfer - Transferring CSV Data Recipes Using Touch
26.6 Transferring CSV Data Recipes from the Device
26.6.1 Procedure - Transferring from Device/PLC
26.6.2 Transfer - Transferring from Device/PLC
26.7 Displaying/Editing CSV data on the Screen
26.7.1 Procedure - Displaying/Editing CSV data on the Screen
26.7.2 Operation - Displaying CSV Data
26.7.2.1 File Manager and Show CSV
26.7.3 Operation - Editing CSV Data
26.7.4 Operation - Printing CSV Data
26.8 Common (Recipe) Settings - CSV Data
26.8.1 Transfer CSV Data (Condition)
26.8.1.1 CSV Data Transfer Condition - Condition
26.8.1.2 CSV Data Transfer Condition - Extended
26.8.2 Transferring CSV Data (CSV File List)
26.8.2.1 Editing the CSV File
26.9 Special Data Display Settings Guide - CSV Data
26.9.1 Data Transmission
26.9.1.1 Data Transmission - Basic
26.9.1.2 Data Transmission - Display
26.9.1.3 Data Transmission - Color
26.9.1.4 Data Transmission - Switch
26.9.2 Show CSV
26.9.2.1 Show CSV - Basic
26.9.2.2 Show CSV - Display
26.9.2.3 Show CSV - Color
26.9.2.4 Show CSV - Switch
26.9.3 File Manager
26.9.3.1 File Manager - Basic
26.9.3.2 File Manager - Extended
26.9.3.3 File Manager - Switch
26.10 Transfer CSV Data
26.10.1 How to Transfer CSV Data
26.10.2 Control Word Address
26.10.2.1 For Condition Action
26.10.2.2 For Address Action
26.10.3 About the Condition Name Search Feature
26.10.3.1 What is an Index File?
26.10.3.2 Control Word Address when Using the Condition Name Search Feature
26.10.3.3 Condition Name Search Storage Methods
26.10.4 About Automatic Numbering
26.11 Filing Data Flow
26.12 Creating Recipes Using Filing Data
26.12.1 Procedure - Creating Recipes Using Filing Data
26.13 Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) Using Touch (Manual Transfer)
26.13.1 Procedure - Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) Using Touch (Manual Transfer)
26.13.2 Transfer - Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) Using Touch (Manual Transfer)
26.14 Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) from Devices Using Automatic Transfer
26.14.1 Procedure - Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) from Devices Using Automatic Transfer
26.14.2 Transfer - Transferring Recipes (Filing Data) from Devices Using Automatic Transfer
26.15 Common (Recipe) Settings - Recipe Data
26.15.1 Transfer Filing Data (Mode)
26.15.2 Transferring Filing Data (Filing Data List)
26.15.2.1 Editing Filing Data
26.16 Special Data Display Settings Guide - Filing Data
26.16.1 Filing Display
26.16.1.1 Filing Display - Basic
26.16.1.2 Filing Display - Display
26.16.1.3 Filing Display - Color
26.16.1.4 Filing Display - Switch
26.17 Mechanism of Filing Data Transfer
26.17.1 Filing Data Structure
26.17.2 Filing Data Capacity
26.17.3 Transferring Item Name and Block Number
26.17.4 Manual Transfer Via Internal Device
26.18 Restrictions
26.18.1 Restrictions on Transferring CSV Data
26.18.2 Restrictions on Displaying/Editing/Printing CSV Data
26.18.3 Restrictions on Transferring Filing Data
27.Using Audio Notifications
27.1 Settings Menu
27.2 Announcing Alarms with Sound
27.2.1 Procedure - Announcing Alarms with Sound
27.3 Sounding the Display Unit Buzzer from a Device/PLC
27.3.1 Procedure - Sounding the Display Unit Buzzer from a Device/PLC
27.4 Triggering a Buzzer Sound from the Display Unit
27.4.1 Procedure - Triggering a Buzzer Sound from the Display Unit
27.5 Settings Guide
27.5.1 Common (Sound) Settings
27.6 Restrictions
28.Recording and Playing Video
28.1 Settings Menu
28.2 Displaying Video Camera Output
28.2.1 Procedure - Displaying Video Camera Output
28.3 Recording Video
28.3.1 Procedure - Recording Video/Saving a Movie File to the CF Card
28.3.1.1 Operation - Recording Video/Saving a Movie File to the CF Card
28.3.2 Procedure - Recording Video/Saving a Movie File to the FTP Server
28.3.2.1 Operation - Recording Video/Saving a Movie File to the FTP Server
28.4 Recording Video Before and After a Malfunction
28.4.1 Procedure - Recording Video Before and After a Malfunction
28.5 Playing Movies
28.5.1 Procedure - Playing Movies/Using a Playlist
28.5.2 Procedure - Playing Movies/Selecting a Movie at Run time
28.5.2.1 Operation - File Manager
28.5.3 Converting Movie Files
28.5.3.1 Installation of the Movie Converter
28.5.3.2 Starting Movie Converter and Converting Movies
28.6 Displaying Multiple Video Camera Outputs Simultaneously
28.6.1 Procedure - Displaying Multiple Video Camera Outputs Simultaneously
28.7 Displaying the Computer Screen
28.7.1 Procedure - Displaying the Computer Screen
28.8 Saving Video Output as Still Images
28.8.1 Procedure - Saving Video Output as Still Images
28.9 Displaying Video Images of Image Sensor
28.9.1 Procedure - Displaying Video Images of Image Sensor
28.10 Settings Guide
28.10.1 Video / Movie Settings
28.10.1.1 Video/Movie - Basic Settings/Basic
28.10.1.2 Video/Movie - Basic Settings/Extended
28.10.1.3 Video/Movie - Save to CF/USB
28.10.1.4 Video/Movie - Save to FTP
28.10.1.5 Video/Movie - Event Recorder
28.10.2 FTP Server Settings Guide
28.10.2.1 FTP Server Registration
28.10.3 Common (Movie) Settings
28.10.4 Movie Player Settings Guide
28.10.4.1 Movie Player - Basic Settings/Basic
28.10.4.2 Movie Player - Basic Settings/Details
28.10.4.3 Operation
28.10.4.4 Switch
28.10.5 Common (Image Unit Window) Settings
28.10.5.1 Image Unit Window - Display Settings
28.10.5.2 Image Unit Window - Capture
28.10.5.3 Image Unit Window - Custom Settings
28.10.6 Video Switch Settings Guide
28.10.6.1 Bit Switch - Switch Feature
28.10.6.2 Word Switch - Switch Feature
28.10.6.3 Switch Common
28.10.7 Image Unit Settings
28.10.7.1 Image Unit - Display Settings/Basic
28.10.7.2 Image Unit - Display Settings/Details
28.10.7.3 Global Video Window
28.10.7.4 Emulate Touch Output
28.10.8 Image Unit Display Settings Guide
28.10.8.1 Image Unit Display - Basic Settings
28.10.9 Movie Converter Setting Guide
28.10.9.1 File Settings
28.10.9.2 Error Message
28.10.10 Image Sensor Display Settings Guide
28.10.10.1 Image Sensor Display - Basic Settings
28.11 Restrictions
28.11.1 Restrictions on Movie Features
28.11.2 Restrictions on Image Unit Features
28.11.2.1 Restrictions When Using Video Module
28.11.2.2 Restrictions on DVI Unit Features
28.11.2.3 Restrictions When Using RGB Unit
28.11.3 Image Sensor Display Restrictions
28.12 Video Control Area
28.12.1 Video Control Area - Video Module
28.12.1.1 Video Control Area - Video Module Details
28.12.2 Video Control Area - RGB Unit, DVI Unit
28.13 Display size
28.13.1 Display Size - Video Module
28.13.2 Display Size - RGB Unit/DVI Unit
28.14 Computer's Mouse Cursor Operations from the Display Unit
29.Using Logic Functions
29.1 Settings Menu
29.2 Switching Screens Using a Logic Program
29.3 Generating a Pulse at One Second Intervals
29.4 Entering the Timer Value on the Screen
29.5 Moving Data Between Device Addresses
30.Logic Programming
30.1 Logic Programming Steps
30.2 Preparing to Create Logic Programs
30.2.1 Using Logic
30.2.2 Logic Program Display
30.2.3 Logic Screen Part Name
30.3 Addresses used in the logic program
30.3.1 Usable Addresses
30.3.2 Using Addresses with Flexible Names (Variable Format)
30.3.2.1 Registering Symbol Variables
30.3.2.2 Variable Type
30.3.2.3 Arrays and Array Sizes
30.3.2.4 Retentive Variable Settings
30.3.3 Using Prepared Addresses (Address Format)
30.3.3.1 How to Set Logic Addresses
30.3.4 Using Device/PLC Addresses
30.3.5 Using a Display Unit's Internal Addresses
30.3.6 System Variables
30.4 Rung and Branch Insertion
30.4.1 Editing Rungs
30.4.1.1 Inserting Rungs
30.4.1.2 Delete Rung
30.4.1.3 Copying Rungs
30.4.1.4 Cutting Rungs
30.4.1.5 Pasting Rungs
30.4.1.6 Moving Rungs
30.4.1.7 Selecting Multiple Rungs
30.4.2 Inserting and Deleting Branches
30.4.3 Inserting an instruction/branch using IL
30.5 Editing Instructions
30.5.1 Inserting Instructions
30.5.2 Deleting Instructions
30.5.3 Copying Instructions
30.5.4 Cutting Instructions
30.5.5 Pasting Instructions
30.5.6 Editing Instructions
30.5.6.1 Ladder instruction groups that can change
30.5.7 Subroutines and Labels
30.5.8 Inserting Subroutines
30.5.9 Insert Label
30.6 Assigning Addresses to Instructions
30.6.1 Setting Operands, Basic
30.6.2 Setting Operands, Advanced
30.6.3 Operand Settings Using Drag and Drop
30.6.4 Pulse Settings
30.7 Input Comments
30.7.1 Adding Titles
30.7.2 Adding Rung Comments
30.7.3 Symbol Variable Comments
30.7.4 [Comment List] Window
30.8 Logic Operations with Power ON
30.9 Transferring Logic Programs
30.10 Logic Program Error Correction
30.11 Monitoring Logic Programs on the Computer (Online Monitor)
30.11.1 Online Monitoring Procedures
30.11.2 Monitor/Change the Current Value of Symbol Variables
30.11.3 Adjusting the Setting Values for the PID Instruction
30.11.4 Editing monitored logic programs (Online Editing)
30.11.4.1 Online Edit - Insert/Delete Rungs
30.11.4.2 Online Edit - Insert/Delete Branches
30.11.4.3 Online Edit - Insert/Delete Instructions
30.11.4.4 Online Edit - Edit Operands
30.11.4.5 Online Edit - Insert/Delete Labels
30.12 Monitoring logic programs on the display unit (Logic Monitor)
30.12.1 Starting the Logic Monitor
30.12.2 Exiting the Logic Monitor
30.12.3 Logic Monitor Functions
30.12.3.1 Logic Monitor Functions - Logic Monitor
30.12.3.2 Logic Monitor Functions - Zoom Monitor
30.12.3.3 Logic Monitor Functions - Address Monitor
30.12.3.4 Logic Monitor Functions - Address Search
30.12.3.5 Logic Monitor Functions - Instruction List
30.12.3.6 Logic Monitor Functions - Search
30.12.3.7 Logic Monitor Functions - Logic Password
30.13 Convenient features to create/edit logic
30.13.1 Replacing Parts in Instructions and Instructions in Parts
30.13.1.1 Assigning Symbol Variables to Instructions from Parts
30.13.1.2 Assigning Symbol Variables to Parts from Instructions
30.13.1.3 Inserting New Instructions from Parts
30.13.1.4 Placing New Parts from Instructions
30.13.1.5 Instructions that use Drag and Drop
30.13.1.6 Drag and Drop Parts
30.13.2 Checking the Size for Creating Programs
30.13.2.1 Checking Memory Usage
30.13.2.2 Configure Memory
30.13.3 Adjusting Logic Scan Time
30.13.3.1 Logic Features
30.13.3.2 Logic Scan Time
30.13.3.3 Address Refresh
30.13.4 Enhancing Security
30.13.5 Using Reference Features to Search Logic Programs
30.13.5.1 Search/Replace Logic Instructions and Labels
30.13.5.2 Display Properties Window
30.13.5.3 Search Properties
30.13.5.4 Display and Edit the Logic Program Information in Program Windows
30.13.5.5 Search Rung and Variable Comments
30.13.6 Using Previously Created Logic Programs
30.13.6.1 Registering Logic Parts
30.13.6.2 Calling Logic Parts
30.13.6.3 Editing Logic Parts
30.13.6.4 Logic Parts Import/Export
30.13.7 Deleting all unused symbol variables
30.13.8 Toolbar Customization
30.13.8.1 Ladder Instructions Icon List
30.13.9 Collectively Editing Symbol Variables
30.13.9.1 CSV File Format
30.13.9.2 Exporting Symbol Variables
30.13.9.3 Importing Symbol Variables
30.14 Settings Guide
30.14.1 Logic Program Settings Guide
30.14.2 Logic [Work Space] Settings Guide
30.14.2.1 Comment List
30.14.2.2 PID Monitor
30.14.2.3 Watch List
30.14.3 [Import Data Link] Dialog Box Settings Guide
30.15 Restrictions
30.15.1 Scan Time Delay
30.15.1.1 GP-3300 Series Scan Time Delay
30.15.1.2 GP-3400/3500/3600/3750 Series Scan Time Delay
30.15.2 Restrictions for Online Monitor
30.15.3 Restrictions for Online Editing
30.15.4 Restrictions for Logic Monitor
30.15.5 Restrictions for Logic Action When the Power is ON
30.15.6 Restrictions for Logic Programs
31.Controlling External I/O
31.1 Controlling External I/O
31.1.1 Mapping Addresses (Variables) to I/O Terminals
31.1.1.1 Direct Registration on the I/O Screen
31.1.1.2 Mapping by Drag and Drop to I/O Terminals from the Address Window
31.1.1.3 Mapping by Drag and Drop to I/O Terminals from the Logic Program
31.1.1.4 I/O Address Format
31.2 Settings Guide
31.2.1 I/O Screen Settings Guide
31.3 Controlling External I/O with the Display Unit's Internal DIO
31.3.1 Procedure - Controlling External I/O with the Display Unit's Internal DIO
31.3.2 I/O Driver Settings Guide - DIO Driver
31.3.3 Error Information - DIO Driver
31.3.3.1 Error Code - DIO Driver
31.4 Using FLEX NETWORK External I/O
31.4.1 Procedure - Using FLEX NETWORK External I/O
31.4.2 I/O Terminal Operations
31.4.3 I/O Driver Settings Guide - FLEX NETWORK
31.4.3.1 Unit Settings
31.4.3.2 Setting Details for DIO Units
31.4.3.3 Setting Details for Analog Units
31.4.3.4 Setting Details for High-Speed Counters
31.4.4 Error Information - FLEX NETWORK
31.4.4.1 Error Code - FLEX NETWORK
31.4.5 Restrictions
31.5 Controlling External I/O with LT
31.5.1 Mapping I/O (LT Series)
31.5.1.1 Setting the Standard I/O, High Speed Counter, PWM Output and Pulse Output
31.5.1.2 Combining Standard I/O and Special I/O
31.5.1.3 Special I/O System Variables
31.5.2 Interface Specifications (LT Series)
31.5.3 Standard Input (LT Series)
31.5.3.1 Digital Input Filter
31.5.3.2 Procedure - Standard Input
31.5.3.3 Cautions When Changing Types
31.5.4 Standard Output (LT Series)
31.5.4.1 Saving Output When Logic Stops - Standard Output (LT Series)
31.5.4.2 Procedure - Standard Output
31.5.5 High Speed Counter (Common, LT Series)
31.5.5.1 Retaining Counter Value and Retaining Matching Output when the Logic Stops
31.5.6 High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.1 Change Counter Format - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.2 High Speed Counter Control - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.3 High Speed Counter Status - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.4 Clear Current Counter Value - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.5 Preload (Change Value) - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.6 Prestrobe (Memorize Value) - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.6.7 Synchronize Output - High Speed Counter (Single-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.7 High Speed Counter (2-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.7.1 Marker Input - High Speed Counter (2-phase Settings, LT Series)
31.5.8 PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.1 Output Frequency - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.2 ON Duty Value - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.3 Parameter change request and change completion acknowledgment - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.4 Abnormal Status of PWM Output - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.5 PWM Output Control - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.6 PWM Output Status - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.8.7 PWM Output Terminal Status - PWM Output (LT Series)
31.5.9 Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.1 Output Frequency - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.2 Output Pulses - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.3 Parameter change request and change completion acknowledgment - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.4 Abnormal Status of Normal Pulse Output - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.5 Normal Pulse Output Control - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.6 Output Status and Output Completion Status of Normal Pulse Output - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.9.7 Normal Pulse Terminal Status - Normal Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10 Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.1 Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.2 Output Frequency - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.3 Initial Output Frequency - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.4 Acceleration/Deceleration Time - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.5 Acceleration/Deceleration Create Table Request and Completion Acknowledgment - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.6 Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output Control - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.7 Output Status and Output Completion Status of Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.8 Abnormal Status of Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.10.9 Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output Terminal Status - Acceleration/Deceleration Pulse Output (LT Series)
31.5.11 Pulse Catch (LT Series)
31.5.11.1 Input Edge - Pulse Catch (LT Series)
31.5.11.2 Pulse Catch Input Status - Pulse Catch (LT Series)
31.5.11.3 Pulse Catch Clear - Pulse Catch (LT Series)
31.5.12 Error Information (LT Series)
31.5.12.1 Error Code (LT Series)
31.5.13 Restrictions
31.5.13.1 Input Filter Function Restrictions
31.5.13.2 Pulse Output Usage Restrictions
31.6 Controlling I/O in LT and EX Modules
31.6.1 Procedure - Controlling I/O in LT and EX Modules
31.6.2 I/O Driver Settings - External Driver Settings Guide
31.6.2.1 External Driver - DIO Input Module (8 points or 16 points)
31.6.2.2 External Driver - DIO Output Module (8 points or 16 points)
31.6.2.3 External Driver - DIO Input/Output Module
31.6.2.4 External Driver - Analog Input Module (2 points)
31.6.2.5 External Driver - Analog Input Module (4 points)
31.6.2.6 External Driver - Analog Input Module (8 points)
31.6.2.7 External Driver - Analog Output Module (1 point)
31.6.2.8 External Driver - Analog Output Module (2 points)
31.6.2.9 External Driver - Analog Input/Output Module
31.6.2.10 External Driver - Temperature Input Module
31.6.3 Error Information - LT Series and EX Module
31.6.3.1 Error Code - LT and EX Module
31.6.4 Restrictions - LT and EX Module
31.7 Controlling External I/O with CANopen
31.7.1 Setting Up CANopen
31.7.2 Connecting Third-party Slaves - CANopen
31.7.3 Mapping I/O - CANopen
31.7.4 Using I/O Driver Instructions - CANopen
31.7.4.1 SDOR
31.7.4.2 SDOW
31.7.4.3 DGMT
31.7.4.4 DGSL
31.7.4.5 Setup Process
31.7.5 HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.5.1 Standard Input - HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.5.2 Standard Output - HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.5.3 Procedure - HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.5.4 Details of Objects Used in Standard I/O - HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.5.5 Details of I/O Setting Objects - HTB Standard Input/Output
31.7.6 Expanding I/O Using EX Module
31.7.6.1 Standard I/O
31.7.6.2 Standard Input (Model: EXM-DDI8DT)
31.7.6.3 Standard Input (Model: EXM-DDI16DT)
31.7.6.4 Standard Output (Model: EXM-DDO8UT, EXM-DDO8TT and EXM-DRA8RT)
31.7.6.5 Standard Output (Model: EXM-DDO16UK, EXM-DDO16TK and EXM-DRA16RT)
31.7.6.6 Standard Input and Output (Model: EXM-DMM8DRT)
31.7.6.7 Standard Input and Output (Model: EXM-DMM24DRT)
31.7.6.8 Procedure - Standard Input/Output
31.7.6.9 Analog IO
31.7.6.10 Analog Input (Model: EXM-AMI2HT)
31.7.6.11 Analog Output (Model: EXM-AMO1HT)
31.7.6.12 Analog I/O (Model: EXM-AMM3HT)
31.7.6.13 Analog I/O (Model: EXM-ALM3LT)
31.7.6.14 Procedure - Analog I/O
31.7.6.15 Sub Index
31.7.7 I/O Driver Settings Guide - CANopen
31.7.7.1 Network Configuration Dialog Box
31.7.7.2 Master Configuration Dialog Box
31.7.7.3 Slave Configuration Dialog Box
31.7.7.4 Catalog Manager Dialog Box
31.7.8 Error Information - CANopen
31.7.8.1 Error Code - CANopen
31.7.9 Restrictions
31.7.9.1 Restrictions for HTB
31.7.10 Communication Setting HTB Objects (1000h to 1FFFh)
31.7.10.1 Object 1000h: Device Type
31.7.10.2 Object 1001h: Error Register
31.7.10.3 Object 1002h: Status register
31.7.10.4 Object 1003h: Pre-defined Error Field (PEF)
31.7.10.5 Object 1005h: SYNC COB-ID
31.7.10.6 Object 1006h: Global SYNC period
31.7.10.7 Object 1008h: Manufacturer Device Name
31.7.10.8 Object 100Ah: MSV (Manufacturer Software Version)
31.7.10.9 Object 100Ch: Guard Time
31.7.10.10 Object 100Dh: Lifetime factor
31.7.10.11 Object 1010h: Storing parameters
31.7.10.12 Object 1011h: Restoring Default Parameters
31.7.10.13 Object 1014h: COB-ID EMCY (Emergency) Message
31.7.10.14 Object 1016h: Consumer heartbeat time
31.7.10.15 Object 1017h: Producer Heartbeat Time
31.7.10.16 Object 1018h: Identity Object
31.7.10.17 Object 1027h: Module List
31.7.10.18 Object 1200h: Server SDO Parameter
31.7.10.19 Object 1400h to 1407h: RPDO Communication Parameter
31.7.10.20 Object 1600h to 1607h: RPDO Mapping Parameter
31.7.10.21 Object 1800h to 1807h: TPDO Communication Parameter
31.7.10.22 Object 1A00h to 1A07h: TPDO Mapping Parameter
31.7.11 Manufacturer HTB Object (2000h to 5FFFh)
31.7.11.1 Object 2000h: Standard input parameter
31.7.11.2 Object 2100h: Analog Input Data Type
31.7.11.3 Object 2101h: Analog Input Data Range
31.7.11.4 Object 2102h: Analog Input Lower Limit
31.7.11.5 Object 2103h: Analog Input Upper Limit
31.7.11.6 Object 2200h: Analog Output Data Type
31.7.11.7 Object 2201h: Analog output data range
31.7.11.8 Object 2202h: Analog output lower limit
31.7.11.9 Object 2203h: Analog output upper limit
31.7.11.10 Object 3000h: Module Diagnosis
31.7.11.11 Object 3200h: Parameters Status
31.7.11.12 Object 3201h: Configuration Stack Number
31.7.11.13 Object 3202h: Restoring last save parameters
31.7.11.14 Object 3300h: Reset Extension Bus
31.7.12 Standard Device HTB Object (6000h to 9FFFh)
31.7.12.1 Object 6000h: Input (8 Bit)
31.7.12.2 Object 6100h: Input (16 Bit)
31.7.12.3 Object 6102h: Polarity Input
31.7.12.4 Object 6103h: Input Mask
31.7.12.5 Object 6200h: Output (8 Bit)
31.7.12.6 Object 6300h: Output (16 Bit)
31.7.12.7 Object 6302h: Polarity Output
31.7.12.8 Object 6306h: Fallback Mode Output
31.7.12.9 Object 6307h: Fallback Value Output
31.7.12.10 Object 6308h: Output Mask
31.7.12.11 Object 6401h: Analog Input
31.7.12.12 Object 6411h: Analog Output
31.7.12.13 Object 6421h: Analog Input Trigger Settings
31.7.12.14 Object 6422h: Analog input PDO transmission channel number
31.7.12.15 Object 6423h: Analog input enabled/disabled
31.7.12.16 Object 6424h: Analog Input Maximum Threshold
31.7.12.17 Object 6425h: Analog Input Minimum Threshold
31.7.12.18 Object 6443h: Analog Output Fallback Mode
31.7.12.19 Object 6444h: Analog Output Fallback Value
31.8 Controlling External I/O in LT and AnyWire Master Unit
31.8.1 Setup Flow - AnyWire
31.8.2 Mapping I/O - AnyWire
31.8.3 I/O Driver Settings Guide - AnyWire
31.8.4 Error Information - AnyWire
31.8.4.1 Error Code - AnyWire
31.8.5 Restrictions
32.Logic Instruction List
32.1 Logic Instruction List
32.2 About Addresses You can Set up as Operands
32.2.1 Connection Device Address
32.2.2 Symbol
32.2.3 Internal Device Address
32.2.4 System Variable
32.2.5 Variable
32.2.5.1 Structure Variable
32.2.5.2 When defining constants as operands
32.2.6 Logic Address
32.3 Number of Steps Per Instruction
32.4 Bit Instructions
32.4.1 NO (Normally Open) / NC (Normally Closed)
32.4.1.1 Operand Settings (S1) - NO/NC
32.4.1.2 Explanation of the NO Instruction
32.4.1.3 Explanation of the NC Instruction
32.4.2 OUT (Output Coil) / OUTN (Negative Output Coil)
32.4.2.1 Operand Settings (D1) - OUT/OUTN
32.4.2.2 Explanation of the OUT Instruction
32.4.2.3 Explanation of the OUTN Instruction
32.4.3 SET (Set Coil) / RST (Reset Coil)
32.4.3.1 Operand Settings (D1) - SET/RST
32.4.3.2 Explanation of SET/RST Instructions
32.5 Pulse Instructions
32.5.1 PT (Positive Transition) / NT (Negative Transition)
32.5.1.1 Operand Settings (S1) - PT/NT
32.5.1.2 Explanation of the Positive Transition (PT) Instruction
32.5.1.3 Explanation of the Negative Transition (NT) Instruction
32.6 Program Control
32.6.1 JMP (Jump) / JMPP (Positive Transition Jump)
32.6.1.1 Specifying Labels - JMP/JMPP
32.6.2 JSR (Jump to Subroutine) / JSRP (Jump to Subroutine Positive Transition)
32.6.2.1 Specifying Subroutines - JSR/JSRP
32.6.2.2 Restrictions - JSR/JSRP
32.6.3 RET (Return)
32.6.4 FOR / NEXT (Repeat)
32.6.4.1 Operand Settings (S1) - FOR
32.6.4.2 Explanation of FOR and NEXT Instructions
32.6.4.3 Restrictions - FOR/NEXT
32.6.5 INV (Reverse processing)
32.6.5.1 Explanation of the Invert (INV) Instruction
32.6.6 EXIT (Exit)
32.6.6.1 Explanation of the EXIT Instruction
32.6.7 PBC (Power Bar Control) / PBR (Power Bar Reset)
32.6.7.1 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - PBC
32.6.7.2 Operand Settings (S1) - PBR
32.6.7.3 Explanation of the Power Bar Control (PBC) and Power Bar Reset (PBR) Instructions
32.6.7.4 State of Each Instruction - PBC/PBR
32.6.7.5 PBC Instruction Nesting
32.6.8 LWA (Logic Wait Instruction)
32.6.8.1 Operand Settings (S1) - LWA
32.6.8.2 Explanation of the Logic Wait (LWA) Instruction
32.7 Timer Instructions
32.7.1 TON (ON Delay Timer) and TOF (OFF Delay Timer)
32.7.1.1 Explanation of the ON Delay Timer (TON) and OFF Delay Timer (TOF) Instructions
32.7.1.2 Timing Chart for TON Instruction Operation
32.7.1.3 Timing Chart for TOF Instruction Operation
32.7.1.4 Confirming Execution Results - TON/TOF
32.7.2 TP (Pulse Timer)
32.7.2.1 Explanation of the Pulse Timer (TP) Instruction
32.7.2.2 Timing Chart for the TP Instruction
32.7.2.3 Confirming Execution Results - TP
32.7.3 TONA (Accumulated ON Delay Timer) and TOFA (Accumulated OFF Delay Timer)
32.7.3.1 Explanation of the Accumulated ON Delay Timer (TONA) and Accumulated OFF Delay Timer (TOFA) Instructions
32.7.3.2 Timing Chart for the TONA Instruction
32.7.3.3 Timing Chart for the TOFA Instruction
32.7.3.4 Confirming Execution Results - TONA/TOFA
32.8 Counter Instructions
32.8.1 CTU and CTUP (Up Counter)
32.8.1.1 Explanation of the CTU and CTUP Instructions
32.8.2 CTD and CTDP (Down Counter)
32.8.2.1 Explanation of the CTD and CTDP Instructions
32.8.3 CTUD and CTUDP (Up/Down Counter)
32.8.3.1 Explanation of the CTUD and CTUDP Instructions
32.9 R/W Instructions
32.9.1 JRD and JRDP (Time Read)
32.9.1.1 Explanation of the JRD and JRDP Instructions
32.9.1.2 Confirming Execution Results - JRD/JRDP
32.9.2 JSET and JSETP (Time Set)
32.9.2.1 Explanation of the JSET and JSETP Instructions
32.9.2.2 Time Set Dialog Box - JSET/JSETP
32.9.2.3 Confirming Execution Results - JSET/JSETP
32.9.3 NRD and NRDP (Date Read)
32.9.3.1 Explanation of the NRD and NRDP Instructions
32.9.3.2 Confirming Execution Results - NRD/NRDP
32.9.4 NSET and NSETP (Date Set)
32.9.4.1 Explanation of the NSET and NSETP Instructions
32.9.4.2 Date Set dialog box - NSET and NSETP
32.9.4.3 Confirming Execution Results - NSET/NSETP
32.10 Operation Instructions (Arithmetic)
32.10.1 ADD and ADDP (Add)
32.10.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ADD/ADDP
32.10.1.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - ADD/ADDP
32.10.1.3 Operand Settings (D1) - ADD/ADDP
32.10.1.4 Explanation of the ADD and ADDP Instructions
32.10.1.5 Confirming Execution Results - ADD/ADDP
32.10.2 SUB and SUBP (Subtract)
32.10.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SUB/SUBP
32.10.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - SUB/SUBP
32.10.2.3 Operand Settings (D1) - SUB/SUBP
32.10.2.4 Explanation of the SUB and SUBP Instructions
32.10.2.5 Confirming Execution Results - SUB/SUBP
32.10.3 MUL and MULP (Multiplication)
32.10.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - MUL/MULP
32.10.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - MUL/MULP
32.10.3.3 Operand Settings (D1) - MUL/MULP
32.10.3.4 Explanation of the MUL and MULP Instructions
32.10.3.5 Confirming Execution Results - MUL/MULP
32.10.4 DIV and DIVP (Division)
32.10.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - DIV/DIVP
32.10.4.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - DIV/DIVP
32.10.4.3 Operand Settings (D1) - DIV/DIVP
32.10.4.4 Explanation of the DIV and DIVP Instructions
32.10.4.5 Confirming Execution Results - DIV/DIVP
32.10.5 MOD and MODP (Modulus)
32.10.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - MOD/MODP
32.10.5.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - MOD/MODP
32.10.5.3 Operand Settings (D1) - MOD/MODP
32.10.5.4 Explanation of the MOD and MODP Instructions
32.10.5.5 Confirming Execution Results - MOD/MODP
32.10.6 INC and INCP (Increment)
32.10.6.1 Operand Settings (D1) - INC/INCP
32.10.6.2 Explanation of the INC and INCP Instructions
32.10.6.3 Confirming Execution Results - INC/INCP
32.10.7 DEC and DECP (Decrement)
32.10.7.1 Operand Settings (D1) - DEC/DECP
32.10.7.2 Explanation of the DEC and DECP Instructions
32.10.7.3 Confirming Execution Results - DEC/DECP
32.11 Operation Instructions (Time)
32.11.1 JADD and JADDP (Time Addition)
32.11.1.1 Operand Settings (S1/S2/D1) - JADD/JADDP
32.11.1.2 Explanation of the JADD and JADDP Instructions
32.11.1.3 Confirming Execution Results - JADD/JADDP
32.11.2 JSUB and JSUBP (Time Subtraction)
32.11.2.1 Operand Settings (S1/S2/D1) - JSUB/JSUBP
32.11.2.2 Explanation of the JSUB and JSUBP Instructions
32.11.2.3 Confirming Execution Results - JSUB/JSUBP
32.12 Operation Instructions (Logical)
32.12.1 AND and ANDP (Logical AND)
32.12.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - AND/ANDP
32.12.1.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - AND/ANDP
32.12.1.3 Operand Settings (D1) - AND/ANDP
32.12.1.4 Explanation of the AND and ANDP Instructions
32.12.1.5 Confirming Execution Results - AND/ANDP
32.12.2 OR and ORP (Logical OR)
32.12.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - OR/ORP
32.12.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - OR/ORP
32.12.2.3 Operand Settings (D1) - OR/ORP
32.12.2.4 Explanation of the OR and ORP Instructions
32.12.2.5 Confirming Execution Results - OR/ORP
32.12.3 XOR and XORP (Logical XOR)
32.12.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - XOR/XORP
32.12.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - XOR/XORP
32.12.3.3 Operand Settings (D1) - XOR/XORP
32.12.3.4 Explanation of the XOR and XORP Instructions
32.12.3.5 Confirming Execution Results - XOR/XORP
32.12.4 NOT and NOTP (Logical NOT)
32.12.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NOT/NOTP
32.12.4.2 Operand Settings (S1) - NOT/NOTP
32.12.4.3 Operand Settings (D1) - NOT/NOTP
32.12.4.4 Explanation of the NOT and NOTP Instructions
32.12.4.5 Confirming Execution Results - NOT/NOTP
32.13 Operation Instructions (Transfer)
32.13.1 MOV and MOVP (Move)
32.13.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - MOV/MOVP
32.13.1.2 Operand Settings (S1) - MOV/MOVP
32.13.1.3 Operand Settings (D1) - MOV/MOVP
32.13.1.4 Explanation of the MOV and MOVP Instructions
32.13.1.5 Confirming Execution Results - MOV/MOVP
32.13.2 BLMV and BLMVP (Block Move)
32.13.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - BLMV/BLMVP
32.13.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - BLMV/BLMVP
32.13.2.3 Operand Settings (S2) - BLMV/BLMVP
32.13.2.4 Explanation of the BLMV and BLMVP Instructions
32.13.2.5 Confirming Execution Results - BLMV/BLMVP
32.13.3 FLMV and FLMVP (Full Move)
32.13.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - FLMV/FLMVP
32.13.3.2 Operand Settings (S1) - FLMV/FLMVP
32.13.3.3 Operand Settings (S2) - FLMV/FLMVP
32.13.3.4 Operand Settings (D1) - FLMV/FLMVP
32.13.3.5 Explanation of the FLMV and FLMVP Instructions
32.13.3.6 Confirming Execution Results - FLMV/FLMVP
32.13.4 XCH and XCHP (Exchange)
32.13.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - XCH/XCHP
32.13.4.2 Operand Settings (D1/D2) - XCH/XCHP
32.13.4.3 Explanation of the XCH and XCHP Instructions
32.13.4.4 Confirming Execution Results - XCH/XCHP
32.14 Operation Instructions (Shift)
32.14.1 SHL and SHLP (Shift Left)
32.14.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SHL/SHLP
32.14.1.2 Operand Settings (S1) - SHL/SHLP
32.14.1.3 Operand Settings (S2) - SHL/SHLP
32.14.1.4 Operand Settings (D1) - SHL/SHLP
32.14.1.5 Explanation of the SHL and SHLP Instructions
32.14.1.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SHL/SHLP
32.14.2 SHR and SHRP (Shift Right)
32.14.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SHR/SHRP
32.14.2.2 Operand Settings (S1) - SHR/SHRP
32.14.2.3 Operand Settings (S2) - SHR/SHRP
32.14.2.4 Operand Settings (D1) - SHR/SHRP
32.14.2.5 Explanation of the SHR and SHRP Instructions
32.14.2.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SHR/SHRP
32.14.3 SAL and SALP (Arithmetic Shift Left)
32.14.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SAL/SALP
32.14.3.2 Operand Settings (S1) - SAL/SALP
32.14.3.3 Operand Settings (S2) - SAL/SALP
32.14.3.4 Operand Settings (D1) - SAL/SALP
32.14.3.5 Explanation of the SAL and SALP Instructions
32.14.3.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SAL/SALP
32.14.4 SAR and SARP (Arithmetic Shift Right)
32.14.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SAR/SARP
32.14.4.2 Operand Settings (S1) - SAR/SARP
32.14.4.3 Operand Settings (S2) - SAR/SARP
32.14.4.4 Operand Settings (D1) - SAR/SARP
32.14.4.5 Explanation of the SAR and SARP Instructions
32.14.4.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SAR/SARP
32.15 Operation Instructions (Rotation)
32.15.1 ROL and ROLP (Rotate Left)
32.15.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ROL/ROLP
32.15.1.2 Operand Settings (S1) - ROL/ROLP
32.15.1.3 Operand Settings (S2) - ROL/ROLP
32.15.1.4 Operand Settings (D1) - ROL/ROLP
32.15.1.5 Explanation of the ROL and ROLP Instructions
32.15.1.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ROL/ROLP
32.15.2 ROR and RORP (Rotate Right)
32.15.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ROR/RORP
32.15.2.2 Operand Settings (S1) - ROR/RORP
32.15.2.3 Operand Settings (S2) - ROR/RORP
32.15.2.4 Operand Settings (D1) - ROR/RORP
32.15.2.5 Explanation of the ROR and RORP Instructions
32.15.2.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ROR/RORP
32.15.3 RCL and RCLP (Rotate Left with Carry Over)
32.15.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - RCL/RCLP
32.15.3.2 Operand Settings (S1) - RCL/RCLP
32.15.3.3 Operand Settings (S2) - RCL/RCLP
32.15.3.4 Operand Settings (D1) - RCL/RCLP
32.15.3.5 Explanation of the RCL and RCLP Instructions
32.15.3.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - RCL/RCLP
32.15.4 RCR and RCRP (Rotate right with carry over)
32.15.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - RCR/RCRP
32.15.4.2 Operand Settings (S1) - RCR/RCRP
32.15.4.3 Operand Settings (S2) - RCR/RCRP
32.15.4.4 Operand Settings (D1) - RCR/RCRP
32.15.4.5 Explanation of the RCR and RCRP Instructions
32.15.4.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - RCR/RCRP
32.16 Function Instructions (Calculate Function)
32.16.1 SUM/SUMP (Sum)
32.16.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SUM/SUMP
32.16.1.2 Operand Settings (S1) - SUM/SUMP
32.16.1.3 Operand Settings (S2) - SUM/SUMP
32.16.1.4 Operand Settings (D2) - SUM/SUMP
32.16.1.5 Explanation of the SUM and SUMP Instructions
32.16.1.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SUM/SUMP
32.16.2 AVE/AVEP (Average)
32.16.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - AVE/AVEP
32.16.2.2 Operand Settings (S1) - AVE/AVEP
32.16.2.3 Operand Settings (S2) - AVE/AVEP
32.16.2.4 Operand Settings (D1) - AVE/AVEP
32.16.2.5 Explanation of the AVE and AVEP Instructions
32.16.2.6 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - AVE/AVEP
32.16.3 SQRT/SQRTP (Square Root)
32.16.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SQRT/SQRTP
32.16.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - SQRT/SQRTP
32.16.3.3 Explanation of the SQRT and SQRTP Instructions
32.16.3.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SQRT/SQRTP
32.16.4 BCNT/BCNTP (Bit Count)
32.16.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - BCNT/BCNTP
32.16.4.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - BCNT/BCNTP
32.16.4.3 Explanation of the BCNT and BCNTP Instructions
32.16.4.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - BCNT/BCNTP
32.16.5 PID
32.16.5.1 Explanation of the PID Instruction
32.16.5.2 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PID
32.16.5.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2/S3/D1) - PID
32.16.5.4 Basic Function - PID
32.16.5.5 Operation Overview - PID
32.16.5.6 Explanation of PID Variable Members
32.16.5.7 Set Up by Double-clicking the PID Instruction
32.16.5.8 PID Constant Adjust
32.17 Function Instructions (Trigonometric Function)
32.17.1 SIN and SINP (Sine)
32.17.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SIN/SINP
32.17.1.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - SIN/SINP
32.17.1.3 Explanation of the SIN and SINP Instructions
32.17.1.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SIN/SINP
32.17.2 COS/COSP (Cosine)
32.17.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - COS/COSP
32.17.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - COS/COSP
32.17.2.3 Explanation of the COS and COSP Instructions
32.17.2.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - COS/COSP
32.17.3 TAN and TANP (Tangent)
32.17.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - TAN/TANP
32.17.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - TAN/TANP
32.17.3.3 Explanation of the TAN and TANP Instructions
32.17.3.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - TAN/TANP
32.17.4 ASIN and ASINP (Arc Sine)
32.17.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ASIN/ASINP
32.17.4.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - ASIN/ASINP
32.17.4.3 Explanation of the ASIN and ASINP Instructions
32.17.4.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ASIN/ASINP
32.17.5 ACOS/ACOSP (Arc Cosine)
32.17.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ACOS/ACOSP
32.17.5.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - ACOS/ACOSP
32.17.5.3 Explanation of the ACOS and ACOSP Instructions
32.17.5.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ACOS/ACOSP
32.17.6 ATAN and ATANP (Arc Tangent)
32.17.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ATAN/ATANP
32.17.6.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - ATAN/ATANP
32.17.6.3 Explanation of the ATAN and ATANP Instructions
32.17.6.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ATAN/ATANP
32.17.7 COT and COTP (Cotangent)
32.17.7.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - COT/COTP
32.17.7.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - COT/COTP
32.17.7.3 Explanation of the COT and COTP Instructions
32.17.7.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - COT/COTP
32.17.8 EXP and EXPP (Exponential)
32.17.8.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - EXP/EXPP
32.17.8.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - EXP/EXPP
32.17.8.3 Explanation of the EXP and EXPP Instructions
32.17.8.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - EXP/EXPP
32.17.9 LN and LNP (Logarithm)
32.17.9.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - LN/LNP
32.17.9.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - LN/LNP
32.17.9.3 Explanation of the LN and LNP Instructions
32.17.9.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - LN/LNP
32.17.10 LG10 and LG10P (Log Base 10)
32.17.10.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - LG10/LG10P
32.17.10.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - LG10/LG10P
32.17.10.3 Explanation of LG10 and LG10P Instructions
32.17.10.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - LG10/LG10P
32.18 Compare Instructions (Arithmetic)
32.18.1 EQ (=)
32.18.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - EQ
32.18.1.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - EQ
32.18.1.3 Explanation of the EQ Instruction
32.18.2 GT (>)
32.18.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - GT
32.18.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - GT
32.18.2.3 Explanation of the GT Instruction
32.18.3 LT (<)
32.18.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - LT
32.18.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - LT
32.18.3.3 Explanation of the LT Instruction
32.18.4 GE (>=)
32.18.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - GE
32.18.4.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - GE
32.18.4.3 Explanation of the GE Instruction
32.18.5 LE (<=)
32.18.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - LE
32.18.5.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - LE
32.18.5.3 Explanation of the LE Instruction
32.18.6 NE (<>)
32.18.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NE
32.18.6.2 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NE
32.18.6.3 Explanation of the NE Instruction
32.19 Compare Instructions (Time)
32.19.1 JEQ (=)
32.19.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JEQ
32.19.1.2 Explanation of the JEQ Instruction
32.19.1.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JEQ
32.19.1.4 Explanation of the JEQ Instruction
32.19.2 JGT (>)
32.19.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JGT
32.19.2.2 Explanation of the JGT Instruction
32.19.2.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JGT
32.19.2.4 Explanation of the JGT Instruction
32.19.3 JLT (<)
32.19.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JLT
32.19.3.2 Explanation of the JLT Instruction
32.19.3.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JLT
32.19.3.4 Explanation of the JLT Instruction
32.19.4 JGE (>=)
32.19.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JGE
32.19.4.2 Explanation of the JGE Instruction
32.19.4.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JGE
32.19.4.4 Explanation of the JGE Instruction
32.19.5 JLE (<=)
32.19.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JLE
32.19.5.2 Explanation of the JLE Instruction
32.19.5.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JLE
32.19.5.4 Explanation of the JLE Instruction
32.19.6 JNE (<>)
32.19.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - JNE
32.19.6.2 Explanation of the JNE Instruction
32.19.6.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - JNE
32.19.6.4 Explanation of the JNE Instruction
32.20 Compare Instructions (Date)
32.20.1 NEQ (=)
32.20.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NEQ
32.20.1.2 Explanation of the NEQ Instruction
32.20.1.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NEQ
32.20.1.4 Explanation of the NEQ Instruction
32.20.2 NGT (>)
32.20.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NGT
32.20.2.2 Explanation of the NGT Instruction
32.20.2.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NGT
32.20.2.4 Explanation of the NGT Instruction
32.20.3 NLT (<)
32.20.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NLT
32.20.3.2 Explanation of the NLT Instruction
32.20.3.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NLT
32.20.3.4 Explanation of the NLT Instruction
32.20.4 NGE (>=)
32.20.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NGE
32.20.4.2 Explanation of the NGE Instruction
32.20.4.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NGE
32.20.4.4 Explanation of the NGE Instruction
32.20.5 NLE (<=)
32.20.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NLE
32.20.5.2 Explanation of the NLE Instruction
32.20.5.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NLE
32.20.5.4 Explanation of the NLE Instruction
32.20.6 NNE (<>)
32.20.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - NNE
32.20.6.2 Explanation of the NNE Instruction
32.20.6.3 Operand Settings (S1/S2) - NNE
32.20.6.4 Explanation of the NNE Instruction
32.21 Convert Instructions (Data Convert)
32.21.1 BCD/BCDP (BCD Convert)
32.21.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - BCD/BCDP
32.21.1.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - BCD/BCDP
32.21.1.3 Explanation of the BCD and BCDP Instructions
32.21.1.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - BCD/BCDP
32.21.2 BIN/BINP (BIN Convert)
32.21.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - BIN/BINP
32.21.2.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - BIN/BINP
32.21.2.3 Explanation of the BIN and BINP Instructions
32.21.2.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - BIN/BINP
32.21.3 ENCO/ENCOP (Encode)
32.21.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - ENCO/ENCOP
32.21.3.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - ENCO/ENCOP
32.21.3.3 Explanation of the ENCO and ENCOP Instructions
32.21.3.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - ENCO/ENCOP
32.21.4 DECO/DECOP (Decode)
32.21.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - DECO/DECOP
32.21.4.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - DECO/DECOP
32.21.4.3 Explanation of the DECO and DECOP Instructions
32.21.4.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - DECO/DECOP
32.21.5 RAD/RADP (Convert to Radian)
32.21.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - RAD/RADP
32.21.5.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - RAD/RADP
32.21.5.3 Explanation of the RAD and RADP Instructions
32.21.5.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - RAD/RADP
32.21.6 DEG/DEGP (Degree Convert)
32.21.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - DEG/DEGP
32.21.6.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - DEG/DEGP
32.21.6.3 Explanation of the DEG and DEGP Instructions
32.21.6.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - DEG/DEGP
32.21.7 SCL/SCLP (Scale)
32.21.7.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SCL/SCLP
32.21.7.2 Operand Settings (S1/D1) - SCL/SCLP
32.21.7.3 Explanation of the SCL and SCLP Instructions
32.21.7.4 System Variables Indicating Execution Results - SCL/SCLP
32.21.7.5 Upper and Lower Limits for Input and Output - SCL/SCLP
32.22 Convert Instructions (Type Convert)
32.22.1 I2F/I2FP (Convert Integer to Float)
32.22.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - I2F/I2FP
32.22.1.2 Operand Settings (S1) - I2F/I2FP
32.22.1.3 Operand Settings (D1) - I2F/I2FP
32.22.1.4 Explanation of the I2F and I2FP Instructions
32.22.1.5 Confirming Execution Results - I2F/I2FP
32.22.2 I2R/I2RP (Convert Integer to Real)
32.22.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - I2R/I2RP
32.22.2.2 Operand Settings (S1) - I2R/I2RP
32.22.2.3 Operand Settings (D1) - I2R/I2RP
32.22.2.4 Explanation of the I2R and I2RP Instructions
32.22.2.5 Confirming Execution Results - I2R/I2RP
32.22.3 F2I/F2IP (Convert Float to Integer)
32.22.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - F2I/F2IP
32.22.3.2 Operand Settings (S1) - F2I/F2IP
32.22.3.3 Operand Settings (D1) - F2I/F2IP
32.22.3.4 Explanation of the F2I/F2IP Instructions
32.22.3.5 Confirming Execution Results - F2I/F2IP
32.22.4 F2R/F2RP (Convert Float to Real)
32.22.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - F2R/F2RP
32.22.4.2 Operand Settings (S1) - F2R/F2RP
32.22.4.3 Operand Settings (D1) - F2R/F2RP
32.22.4.4 Explanation of the F2R/F2RP Instructions
32.22.4.5 Confirming Execution Results - F2R/F2RP
32.22.5 R2I/R2IP (Convert Real to Integer)
32.22.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - R2I/R2IP
32.22.5.2 Operand Settings (S1) - R2I/R2IP
32.22.5.3 Operand Settings (D1) - R2I/R2IP
32.22.5.4 Explanation of the R2I/R2IP Instructions
32.22.5.5 Confirming Execution Results - R2I/R2IP
32.22.6 R2F/R2FP (Convert Real to Float)
32.22.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - R2F/R2FP
32.22.6.2 Operand Settings (S1) - R2F/R2FP
32.22.6.3 Operand Settings (D1) - R2F/R2FP
32.22.6.4 Explanation of the R2F/R2FP Instructions
32.22.6.5 Confirming Execution Results - R2F/R2FP
32.22.7 H2S/H2SP (Convert Time to Seconds)
32.22.7.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - H2S/H2SP
32.22.7.2 Operand Settings (S1) - H2S/H2SP
32.22.7.3 Operand Settings (D1) - H2S/H2SP
32.22.7.4 Explanation of the H2S and H2SP Instructions
32.22.7.5 Confirming Execution Results - H2S/H2SP
32.22.8 S2H/S2HP (Convert Seconds to Time)
32.22.8.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - S2H/S2HP
32.22.8.2 Operand Settings (S1) - S2H/S2HP
32.22.8.3 Operand Settings (D1) - S2H/S2HP
32.22.8.4 Explanation of the S2H and S2HP Instructions
32.22.8.5 Confirming Execution Results - S2H/S2HP
32.23 I/O Driver Instructions
32.23.1 SDOR, SDOW, DGMT, DGSL (CANopen Driver)
32.23.1.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - SDOR/SDOW/DGMT/DGSL
32.23.1.2 Operand Settings (S1 to S10, D1 to D5) - SDOR/SDOW/DGMT/DGSL
32.23.1.3 SDOR, SDOW, DGMT, DGSL (CANopen Driver)
32.23.2 PLSX (STD driver)
32.23.2.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PLSX
32.23.2.2 Explanation of the PLSX Instruction
32.23.3 PLSY (STD driver)
32.23.3.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PLSY
32.23.3.2 Explanation of the PLSY Instruction
32.23.4 PLSG (STD driver)
32.23.4.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PLSG
32.23.4.2 Explanation of the PLSG Instruction
32.23.5 PLS (STD driver)
32.23.5.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PLS
32.23.5.2 Explanation of the PLS Instruction
32.23.6 PLSQ (STD driver)
32.23.6.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PLSQ
32.23.6.2 Explanation of the PLSQ Instruction
32.23.7 PWMX (STD driver)
32.23.7.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PWMX
32.23.7.2 Explanation of the PWMX Instruction
32.23.8 PWMG (STD driver)
32.23.8.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PWMG
32.23.8.2 Explanation of the PWMG Instruction
32.23.9 PWM (STD driver)
32.23.9.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PWM
32.23.9.2 Explanation of the PWM Instruction
32.23.10 PWMQ (STD driver)
32.23.10.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PWMQ
32.23.10.2 Explanation of the PWMQ Instruction
32.23.11 HSCX (STD driver)
32.23.11.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - HSCX
32.23.11.2 Explanation of the HSCX Instruction
32.23.12 HSCG (STD driver)
32.23.12.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - HSCG
32.23.12.2 Explanation of the HSCG Instruction
32.23.13 HSC (STD driver)
32.23.13.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - HSC
32.23.13.2 Explanation of the HSC Instruction
32.23.14 HSCQ (STD driver)
32.23.14.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - HSCQ
32.23.14.2 Explanation of the HSCQ Instruction
32.23.15 PCH (STD driver)
32.23.15.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PCH
32.23.15.2 Explanation of the PCH Instruction
32.23.16 PCHQ (STD driver)
32.23.16.1 Calculating the Number of Steps When Setting Operands - PCHQ
32.23.16.2 Explanation of the PCHQ Instruction
32.24 Restrictions for I/O Driver Instructions (STD Driver)
33.Simulation
33.1 Settings Menu
33.2 Checking Display Unit operations on the Computer
33.2.1 Procedure - Checking Display Unit operations on the Computer
33.3 Checking operation of the I/O driver on the Computer
33.3.1 Procedure - Checking operation of the I/O driver on the Computer
33.4 Checking Logic Operations on the Computer
33.4.1 Procedure - Checking Logic Operations on the Computer
33.5 Checking Display Unit operation and PLC interaction on the Computer
33.5.1 Required Software
33.5.2 Supported Drivers/CPUs
33.5.2.1 Supported Drivers/CPUs - Mitsubishi Electric
33.5.3 Procedure - Checking Display Unit operation and PLC interaction on the Computer
33.6 Settings Guide
33.6.1 GP-Pro EX Simulation Setting Guide
33.6.2 Address View Setting Guide
33.6.3 Logic View Settings Guide
33.6.4 I/O View Settings Guide
33.6.5 External PLC Simulator Settings Guide
33.7 Restrictions
33.7.1 Restrictions on Simulation
33.7.2 Restrictions on Address View
33.7.3 Restrictions on I/O View
33.7.4 Restrictions on Logic View
33.7.5 Restrictions on External PLC Simulator
34.Transfer
34.1 Settings Menu
34.2 Transferring Project Files via USB Transfer Cable
34.2.1 USB Transfer - Transferring from Computer to Display Unit (Send)
34.2.2 USB Transfer - Transferring from Display Unit to Computer (Receive)
34.3 Transferring Project Files via Ethernet (LAN)
34.3.1 Transfer - Transferring from Computer to Display Unit (Send)
34.3.2 Transfer - Transferring from Display Unit to Computer (Receive)
34.3.3 Transfer - Transferring Projects Using the Factory Set IP Address
34.4 Comparing Project Changes Prior to Transfer
34.4.1 Procedure - Comparing Project Changes Prior to Transfer
34.5 Transferring Only Data to a CF Card
34.5.1 Transfer - Transferring Only Data to a CF Card
34.6 Secure Transfer with Passwords
34.6.1 Procedure - Secure Transfer with Passwords
34.6.2 Deleting and Changing Transfer Passwords - Transferring with Passwords
34.7 Transferring Project Files Using a CF Card or USB Storage
34.7.1 Transfer - Transferring Project Files from PC to Display Unit
34.7.2 Transfer - Transferring Project Files from Display Unit to Computer (or to Another Display Unit)
34.8 Updating Remote Screen Data via Modem
34.8.1 Transfer - Updating Remote Screen Data via Modem
34.9 Checking Errors
34.9.1 Procedure - Checking Errors
34.10 Installing Only the Transfer Tool
34.10.1 Operating Systems that support Transfer Tool
34.10.2 Installing Transfer Tool
34.10.3 Transfer Tool: From Triggering to Sending
34.11 Settings Guide
34.11.1 Transfer Settings Guide
34.11.1.1 Transfer Settings
34.11.1.2 Site Transfer Settings
34.11.2 Memory Loader
34.11.3 Modem Settings Guide
34.12 Restrictions
34.12.1 Transfer Restrictions
34.12.2 Restrictions for Transfer Using Ethernet
34.12.3 Restrictions on Transfer Using a COM Port
34.12.4 Compare Project Restrictions
34.12.5 Restrictions on CF Card Connection
34.12.6 Restrictions on Modem Transfer
34.12.7 Restrictions on Memory Loader
34.13 How Send/Receive Works
34.13.1 How Send Works
34.13.2 How Receive Works
34.13.3 Recovery Tool
35.Print
35.1 Settings Menu
35.2 Printing the Project Settings
35.2.1 Procedure - Printing the Project Settings
35.2.2 Print Layout
35.3 Printing Data on the Display Unit
35.3.1 Data You can Print from the Display Unit
35.3.2 Connecting the Printer
35.3.2.1 Display Unit Supported Printer Types
35.3.2.2 Printers and Interfaces
35.3.2.3 Operating Environment for the GP Remote Printer Server
35.3.3 Procedure - Connecting a Printer Directly to the Display Unit
35.3.4 Procedure - Printing to a Network Printer
35.3.4.1 Connecting a device
35.3.4.2 Installation and Setup of an FTP Server
35.3.4.3 Installing the GP Remote Printer Server
35.3.4.4 For GP-Pro EX
35.4 Printing the Current Screen (Screen Hard Copy)
35.4.1 Copying the Screen
35.4.2 Procedure - Printing the Current Screen / Direct Access Method
35.4.2.1 Printing the Current Screen by Touch (Direct Access)
35.4.2.2 Printing the Current Screen by a Device/PLC
35.4.3 Procedure - Printing the Current Screen / Memory Link Method
35.4.3.1 Printing the Current Screen by Touch (Memory Link)
35.4.3.2 Printing the Current Screen by a PC Host
35.5 Cancel Printing
35.5.1 How to Cancel Printing
35.5.2 Procedure - Cancel Printing / Direct Access Method
35.5.2.1 Cancel Printing by Touch (Direct Access)
35.5.2.2 Cancel Printing by a Device/PLC (Direct Access)
35.5.3 Procedure - Cancel Printing / Memory Link Method
35.5.3.1 Cancel Printing by Touch (Memory Link)
35.5.3.2 Cancel Printing by a PC Host (Memory Link)
35.6 Settings Guide
35.6.1 Print Setup Guide
35.6.1.1 Cover Page
35.6.1.2 Project Information
35.6.1.3 Screen Information - List
35.6.1.4 Screen Information - Details
35.6.1.5 Logic
35.6.1.6 I/O Settings
35.6.1.7 Common
35.6.1.8 Comment
35.6.2 Printer Settings Guide
35.6.2.1 [Type] GP Remote Printer Server Settings
35.6.2.2 [Type] EPSON ESC/PR High Speed, EPSON ESC/PR High Quality, or EPSON ESC/PR [Port] USB
35.6.2.3 [Type] EPSON ESC/PR High Speed, EPSON ESC/PR High Quality, EPSON ESC/PR [Port] Ethernet
35.6.2.4 [Communication Settings] Port: COM1
35.6.2.5 [Communication Settings] Port: Ethernet
35.7 Restrictions
35.7.1 Restrictions for Printing from the Display Unit
35.7.2 Restrictions for the GP Remote Printer Server
36.Display or Operate a Computer from the Display Unit (Remote PC Access)
36.1 Operating Environment
36.1.1 Remote PC Access (RPA)
36.1.2 VNC Server
36.2 Settings Menu
36.3 Display or Operate a Computer from the Display Unit
36.3.1 Procedure - Display or Operate a Computer from the Display Unit
36.3.1.1 Server Computer Screen
36.3.1.2 Enter the key code
36.3.1.3 Remote PC Access Window Display Settings
36.3.1.4 Connecting the Display Unit and Computer
36.3.2 Procedure - Log in from Multiple Display Units
36.3.3 Remote PC Access (RPA)
36.4 Settings Guide
36.4.1 Remote PC Access Window Display Setting Guide
36.4.1.1 Basic Settings/Basic
36.4.1.2 Basic Settings/Extended
36.4.1.3 Switch
36.4.2 Input Equipment (Remote PC Access Input) Settings
36.5 Restrictions
36.5.1 Remote PC Access Window Display Unit Restrictions
36.5.2 Remote PC Access Window Restrictions
36.5.3 Server Computer Connection Restrictions
36.5.4 Remote PC Access Popup Keypad Restrictions
36.5.5 Remote PC Access USB Keyboard Restrictions
36.5.6 Remote PC Access USB Mouse Restrictions
37.Viewing and Operating Display Unit Data and Video Images from GP-Viewer EX, Web Server, and Camera-Viewer EX
37.1 Use GP-Viewer EX to Display and Operate Display Unit Data over a Network
37.1.1 GP-Viewer EX
37.2 GP-Viewer EX Operation Environment and Development Flow
37.2.1 Target Models - GP-Viewer EX
37.2.2 Development Process - GP-Viewer EX
37.3 Settings Menu - GP-Viewer EX
37.4 Display and Operate Data on the Display Unit Using GP-Viewer EX
37.4.1 Procedure - Using GP-Viewer EX to View and Operate the Display Unit
37.4.2 Starting GP-Pro EX to Creating Project Files - GP-Viewer EX
37.4.3 Installing and Uninstalling GP-Viewer EX
37.5 Restricting Access to GP-Viewer EX (Security)
37.5.1 Procedure - Restricting Access to GP-Viewer EX (Security) Level Mode
37.5.2 Procedure - Restricting Access to GP-Viewer EX (Security) User ID Mode
37.6 Using Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes with GP-Viewer EX
37.6.1 On GP-Viewer EX Startup
37.6.2 When Changing Screens
37.6.3 When Running Screen Operations
37.7 Use Internet Explorer to Display/Maintain Alarms and Device Addresses on the Display Unit (Web Server)
37.7.1 Web Server
37.8 Web Server Operation Environment and Development Flow
37.8.1 Target Models - Web Server
37.8.2 Supported Features - Web Server
37.8.3 Development Process - Web Server
37.9 Settings Menu - Web Server
37.10 Displaying and Editing Addresses Via Web Server
37.10.1 Procedure - Displaying and Editing Addresses Via Web Server
37.10.2 Starting GP-Pro EX to Creating Projects - Web Server
37.10.3 Operation - Displaying and Editing Addresses Via Web Server
37.11 Displaying Alarm information on the Web Server
37.11.1 Operation - Displaying Alarm information on the Web Server
37.12 Displaying Alarm Information as RSS Data on the Web Server
37.12.1 Procedure - Displaying Alarm Information as RSS Data on the Web Server
37.13 Using the Web Server to Transfer Files to the CF Card or USB Storage
37.13.1 Procedure - Using the Web Server to Transfer Files to the CF Card or USB Storage / FTP Server
37.13.2 Procedure - Using the Web Server to Transfer Files to the CF Card or USB Storage / Security
37.13.3 Operation - Using the Web Server to Transfer Files to the CF Card or USB Storage
37.14 Restricting Access to the Web Server (Security)
37.14.1 Procedure - Restricting Access to the Web Server (Security) / Level Mode
37.14.2 Procedure - Restricting Access to the Web Server (Security) / User ID Mode
37.14.3 Operation - Restricting Access to the Web Server (Security)
37.15 Display/Record the Picture from a Display Unit's Video Camera (Camera-Viewer EX)
37.15.1 Camera-Viewer EX
37.16 Camera-Viewer EX Operation Environment and Development Flow
37.16.1 Supported Models - Camera-Viewer EX
37.16.2 Operation Environment - Camera-Viewer EX
37.16.3 Number of Operating Units - Camera-Viewer EX
37.16.4 Development Process - Camera-Viewer EX
37.17 Settings Menu - Camera-Viewer EX
37.18 Displaying Live Video Feed from the Display Unit
37.18.1 Procedure - Displaying Live Video Feed from the Display Unit
37.18.2 Starting GP-Pro EX to Creating Project Files - Camera-Viewer EX
37.18.3 Installing and Uninstalling Camera-Viewer EX
37.19 Limiting Camera-Viewer EX Users (Security)
37.19.1 Procedure - Limiting Camera-Viewer EX Users (Security) with Levels
37.19.2 Procedure - Limiting Camera-Viewer EX Users (Security) with User ID
37.20 Settings Guide
37.20.1 Standard Template HTML Settings Guide
37.20.1.1 Standard Template HTML - Header Frame
37.20.1.2 Standard Template HTML - Footer Frame
37.20.1.3 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / Logon
37.20.1.4 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [Welcome] Page
37.20.1.5 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [Device Information] Page
37.20.1.6 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [GP-Viewer EX] Page
37.20.1.7 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [Device View] Page
37.20.1.8 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [Alarm Information] Page
37.20.1.9 Standard Template HTML - Main Frame / [File Transfer] Page
37.20.2 System Settings - Display Unit - Remote Viewer Settings Guide
37.20.2.1 Remote Access - Remote Viewer
37.20.2.2 Remote Access - Web Server
37.20.2.3 Remote Access - FTP
37.20.2.4 Remote Access - Time Zone
37.20.2.5 Remote Access - Default Settings
37.20.2.6 Remote Viewer - Camera Viewer
37.21 Restrictions
37.21.1 GP-Viewer EX Restrictions
37.21.2 Web Server Restrictions
37.21.3 Camera-Viewer EX Restrictions
38.Using IPC Series Like a GP (WinGP)
38.1 What is WinGP?
38.1.1 Overview - WinGP
38.1.2 License - WinGP
38.1.3 Full Configuration - WinGP
38.1.4 Differences with Display Unit - WinGP
38.2 Operating Environment - WinGP
38.2.1 Supported Models - WinGP
38.2.2 Model Environment - WinGP
38.2.3 Application Development Environment - WinGP
38.3 Development Process - WinGP
38.3.1 Development Process - WinGP
38.3.2 Installing/Uninstalling WinGP
38.3.2.1 Install Procedure - WinGP
38.3.2.2 Uninstall Procedure - WinGP
38.3.3 Starting GP-Pro EX to Creating Projects - WinGP
38.3.3.1 Selecting the Display Unit and Device/PLC - WinGP
38.3.3.2 Create/Save - WinGP
38.3.4 Transfer - WinGP
38.3.4.1 When Using Different Computer for Running WinGP
38.3.4.2 When Using the Same Computer for Running WinGP
38.3.5 Starting/Running WinGP
38.3.6 Exit WinGP
38.3.6.1 Use switch parts to exit
38.3.6.2 Use D-script to exit
38.4 Settings Menu
38.5 Retrieve WinGP information or Operate WinGP from user application
38.5.1 Procedure - Retrieve WinGP information or Operate WinGP from user application
38.5.2 Samples of Read/Write Data (Device Access API)
38.5.2.1 Sample Overview - Samples of Read/Write Data (Device Access API)
38.5.2.2 How to specify device addresses directly
38.5.2.3 VB .NET 2003 Program Example - Samples of Read/Write Data (Device Access API)
38.5.2.4 VB6 Program Example - Samples of Read/Write Data (Device Access API)
38.5.3 Sample to retrieve the WinGP status and change its settings (Handling API)
38.5.3.1 Sample Overview - Sample to retrieve the WinGP status and change the settings (Handling API)
38.5.3.2 VB .NET 2003 Program Example - Sample to retrieve the WinGP status and change its settings (Handling API)
38.5.3.3 VB6 Program Example - Sample to retrieve the WinGP status and change its settings (Handling API)
38.6 Running the Application from WinGP
38.6.1 Procedure - Running the Application from WinGP / Activate Switch
38.6.2 Procedure - Running the Application from WinGP / D-Script Trigger
38.7 Allocating a switch feature to a function key
38.7.1 Procedure - Allocating a switch feature to a function key
38.7.2 Switch/Key parts that can be set for a function key
38.8 Keep History of Error Messages Displayed in WinGP
38.8.1 Procedure - Keep History of Error Messages Displayed in WinGP
38.9 API Function List
38.9.1 Handling API
38.9.2 Function List - Handling API
38.9.2.1 Get WinGP handle
38.9.2.2 WinGP handle release
38.9.2.3 API Initialization
38.9.2.4 Exit API
38.9.2.5 Gets the startup state
38.9.2.6 Gets the screen number currently displayed
38.9.2.7 Gets the screen state
38.9.2.8 Gets the language settings
38.9.2.9 Gets the touch buzzer settings
38.9.2.10 Gets the project information
38.9.2.11 Gets the version information
38.9.2.12 Exit Operation
38.9.2.13 Changing the display screen number
38.9.2.14 Changing the screen state
38.9.2.15 Changing the language settings
38.9.2.16 Changing the touch buzzer settings
38.9.2.17 Get the number of screens
38.9.2.18 Listing the display screen numbers
38.9.2.19 Get the number of languages
38.9.2.20 List the language numbers
38.9.3 Device Access API
38.9.4 Function List - Device Address API
38.9.4.1 Function for read/write
38.9.4.2 Read SRAM backup data
38.9.4.3 Extended Read of SRAM Backup Data
38.9.4.4 Write SRAM backup data
38.9.4.5 Message handling control
38.9.4.6 Acquiring the method of message process
38.9.4.7 Text Conversion of Error Code
38.9.4.8 Error code string conversion (status information attached)
38.9.4.9 Read IPC Time as DWORD
38.9.4.10 Read IPC Time as VARIANT
38.9.4.11 Read IPC Time as STRING
38.9.4.12 Read IPC Time as STRING VARIANT
38.9.4.13 Read Reference Station Status
38.9.4.14 Finds the symbol/group byte size
38.9.4.15 Finds the number of members in the group
38.9.4.16 Searches for definition information about symbol, group, symbol sheet
38.9.4.17 Read CF Card status
38.9.4.18 Read CF card file list (optional folder name)
38.9.4.19 Read CF Card file list (define file type)
38.9.4.20 Read CF Card file (optional file name)
38.9.4.21 Read CF Card file (define file type)
38.9.4.22 Write to CF Card file (optional file name)
38.9.4.23 Write to CF Card file (define type)
38.9.4.24 Delete CF Card file (optional file name)
38.9.4.25 Change CF card file name
38.9.4.26 Delete CF Card File (Type)
38.9.4.27 Get Free Space in CF Card
38.9.4.28 Function Name
38.9.4.29 Start Queuing Device Read Request
38.9.4.30 Start Queuing Device Write Request
38.9.4.31 Queuing Device Read/Write Request
38.9.4.32 Cancel Queuing Device Read/Write Request
38.9.4.33 Getting Result of Queuing Device Read/Write Request
38.9.5 About API
38.9.5.1 Data Type
38.9.5.2 Specify the Device/PLC
38.9.5.3 Device Length
38.9.5.4 Symbol Index (16 Bits)
38.9.5.5 Windows Message Processing
38.9.5.6 Prohibit Double Calling API
38.9.5.7 Reading Text in VB
38.9.5.8 Bit data access
38.9.6 Error Code List
38.9.6.1 REAA Errors
38.9.6.2 RYAA Errors
38.9.6.3 SAAA Errors
38.9.6.4 SAAF Errors
38.9.6.5 Other Errors
38.10 Settings Guide
38.10.1 IPC Settings Guide
38.10.1.1 IPC Settings - Display
38.10.1.2 IPC Settings - Historical Data Retentive Settings
38.10.1.3 IPC Settings - Error Settings
38.10.1.4 IPC Settings - Set Destination Folder
38.10.1.5 IPC Settings - Transfer Settings
38.10.1.6 IPC Settings - API Communication
38.10.2 Window Frame Settings Guide
38.10.2.1 Window Frame - Main Screen
38.10.2.2 Window Frame - Right-click menu
38.10.3 ProjectCopy (Copy Tool) Settings Guide
38.11 Restrictions
38.11.1 Restrictions On Installation
38.11.2 Restrictions on Window Frames
38.11.3 Restrictions on using Windows XP Embedded
38.11.4 Restriction on API Communication
38.11.5 Transfer Restrictions
38.11.6 Restrictions when using [ProjectCopy] (Copy Tool)
38.11.7 Restrictions on error logs
38.11.8 Function Key Restrictions
38.12 How Function Keys Run in WinGP
39.Function Key Settings (Hand-held GP)
39.1 Function Key Features
39.2 Settings Menu
39.3 Setting Up Function Keys on the Hand-held GP
39.3.1 Procedure - Setting Up Function Keys on the Hand-held GP
39.4 Setting Up Common Function Keys for All Hand-held GP Screens
39.4.1 Procedure - Setting Up Common Function Keys for All Hand-held GP Screens
39.5 Function Key Actions
39.6 Settings Guide
39.6.1 Function Setting Guide
39.7 Restrictions
40.Other Convenient Functions
40.1 Confirming the Address List Used in a Project File
40.1.1 Procedure - Viewing the List of Addresses
40.1.2 Procedure - Viewing a Map of Addresses
40.1.3 Procedure - Changing Addresses Used in Screen Parts from the Address Map
40.2 Converting Multiple Addresses
40.2.1 Procedure - Converting Multiple Addresses
40.3 Searching/Replacing Parts Addresses, Labels, Comments, and Logic Instructions
40.3.1 Procedure - Searching/Replacing Parts Addresses, Labels, Comments, and Logic Instructions
40.4 Monitoring the Value of Device Addresses (Device Monitor)
40.4.1 Procedure - Monitoring the Value of Device Addresses (Device Monitor)
40.4.2 Operation - Monitoring the Value of Device Addresses (Device Monitor)
40.4.2.1 Start the Device Monitor Screen
40.4.2.2 Monitor the Selected Device
40.4.2.3 Write to the Selected Address
40.4.2.4 Minimize the Device Monitor Screen
40.4.2.5 Moving the Display Position of the Display Monitor Screen
40.4.3 Restriction for Device Monitor
40.5 Executing Multiple Actions (Programs) with a Switch Operation
40.5.1 Trigger Action Parts Settings Guide
40.5.1.1 Bit Action
40.5.1.2 Word Action
40.5.1.3 Screen Change
40.5.1.4 Draw Action
40.5.1.5 Special Action
40.5.2 Trigger Action Restrictions
40.5.3 [Draw Action] Details
40.6 Saving the Current Screen At Runtime (Screen Capture)
40.6.1 Procedure - Saving the Current Screen at Runtime (Screen Capture)
40.6.2 Restrictions for Screen Capture
40.7 Transferring Data Between a CF Card and a USB Storage Device
40.7.1 Procedure - Transferring Data Between a CF Card and a USB Storage Device
40.7.2 Operation - Transferring Data Between a CF Card and a USB Storage Device
40.8 Using the FTP Server to backup data in the Display's External Storage
40.8.1 Procedure - Using the FTP Server to backup data in the Display's External Storage
40.8.2 Restrictions on Using FTP Server
40.9 In GP-Pro EX, Using Package Files Created in Microsoft Visio
40.9.1 Pro-face Converter Operating Environment
40.9.2 Pro-face Converter - Installing
40.9.3 Creating GP-Pro EX Data Using Microsoft Visio
40.9.3.1 Create a GP-Pro EX Drawing from Existing Visio Dawings
40.9.3.2 Converting Drawing into a Package File
40.9.3.3 Importing a Package File into GP-Pro EX
Appendix
A.1 Internal Device
A.1.1 LS Area (Direct Access Method Area)
A.1.1.1 Details About Each Address - LS Area (Direct Access Method)
A.1.1.2 System Data Area (Direct Access Method)
A.1.1.3 Special Relay (Direct Access Method)
A.1.1.4 LS9000 Area (Direct Access Method)
A.1.1.5 Device/PLC System Data Area Allocation Procedure
A.1.2 System Area (Memory Link Area)
A.1.2.1 Details About Each Address - System Area (Memory Link)
A.1.2.2 System Data Area (Memory Link)
A.1.2.3 Special Relay (Memory Link)
A.1.2.4 9000 Area (Memory Link)
A.1.3 Restrictions
A.1.3.1 Display Unit Internal Device Restrictions
A.1.3.2 Special Relay Restrictions
A.1.3.3 Restrictions When Using Direct Access and Memory Link Together
A.2 System Variables
A.2.1 Logic System Variables - #L System Variables
A.2.1.1 Bit Type Logic System Variables - #L System Variables
A.2.1.2 Integer Type Logic System Variables - #L System Variables
A.2.2 HMI System Variables - #H System Variables
A.2.2.1 Bit Type - #H System Variables
A.2.2.2 Integer Type - #H System Variables
Troubleshooting
T.1 Identifying the problem
T.2 Problems with PC operation
T.2.1 GP-Pro EX cannot be installed
T.2.1.1 Does your PC meet the operating environment of GP-Pro EX?
T.2.1.2 Before installing, did you log in to Windows using an account with administrator rights?
T.2.1.3 Is "Multilingual Manager" activated when "RAKURAKU CHUGOKUGO" (V2, V2 + translation, V3) or "RAKURAKU KANKOKUGO" (V1.5, V2) is installed?
T.2.2 GP-Pro EX does not start or terminates abnormally
T.2.2.1 Is an error message displayed?
T.2.2.2 Only specific project files cannot start?
T.2.2.3 Does GP-Pro EX terminate abnormally when you open a specific file?
T.2.2.4 Can you select ST3000 Series?
T.2.2.5 Is it a GP-Pro EX recommended operating environment?
T.2.2.6 Is memory-resident software installed?
T.2.3 Unable to transfer project (USB transfer cable)
T.2.3.1 Did you use the USB transfer cable which is provided by Pro-face as an option (Model: CA3-USBCB-01)?
T.2.3.2 Has the driver for the USB cable been installed?
T.2.3.3 Does the computer recognize the display unit? (GP-4100 Series)
T.2.3.4 Password entry is required during operation. (Have you set a password?)
T.2.3.5 Can you send a new project file?
T.2.3.6 Can you force a transfer by setting DIP switch 2 of the Display to ON?
T.2.3.7 Can you transfer the file from a different PC?
T.2.3.8 Unable to recognize the driver for the USB Data Transfer Cable
T.2.4 Unable to transfer project (Ethernet cable)
T.2.4.1 Has the IP address been set for the Display Unit in offline mode?
T.2.4.2 Has the IP address been set for the PC?
T.2.4.3 Are the host computer and the Display unit directly connected via the Ethernet cable?
T.2.4.4 Can you get the Display Unit's IP Address with PING from the command prompt?
T.2.4.5 Is the firewall feature activated?
T.2.4.6 Are two or more LAN cards used?
T.2.4.7 Is memory-resident software installed?
T.2.4.8 Does the self-diagnosis of the Display regarding the Ethernet interface indicate an OK result?
T.2.4.9 Password entry is required during operation. (Have you set a password?)
T.2.5 Unable to run CF card / USB storage transfer (CF/USB memory loader tool)
T.2.5.1 Is an error code displayed?
T.2.5.2 Was the CF card or USB storage formatted in NTFS format?
T.2.5.3 Is the memory loader tool created together with the data in the CF card or USB storage?
T.2.5.4 Can you not start the memory loader?
T.2.5.5 Is backup data created?
T.2.5.6 Password entry is required during operation. (Have you set a password?)
T.2.5.7 Is the destination for backup/trigger data at the root folder of the CF card or USB storage?
T.2.6 Cannot use modem for transferring
T.2.6.1 Is an error message displayed?
T.2.6.2 Is the status of the Display Unit one of the following?
T.2.6.3 Is a proper modem used?
T.2.6.4 Is the modem connected to the Display properly?
T.2.6.5 Is the modem set properly on the PC?
T.2.7 Online update fails
T.2.7.1 Can you select the [Install] or [Download Only] button after selecting an update item? Is there a script error displayed?
T.2.8 Pass-Through Configuration Tool cannot start
T.2.8.1 Is your system compatible with the Pass-Through Configuration Tool operating environment?
T.2.8.2 When [Pass-Through Configuration Tool] is double-clicked, is the following message displayed?
T.2.9 Display Unit cannot communicate with the PC via the pass-through function
T.2.9.1 Does the display unit communicate with the PLC/device?
T.2.9.2 Is your PC connected to the Display through a USB transfer cable?
T.2.9.3 Are the host computer and the Display unit directly connected via the Ethernet cable?
T.2.9.4 Is the display unit in offline mode?
T.2.9.5 Has the Pass-Through Configuration Tool been run for software other than the ladder software of the connected device?
T.2.9.6 In the Pass-Through Configuration Tool, is the check box for the target COM port number selected?
T.2.9.7 Is the same COM port number set in the ladder software of the connected device?
T.2.10 Cannot display manuals and sites from the help menu
T.2.10.1 Has the Windows Explorer settings changed?
T.2.11 The fonts appear differently depending on the PC
T.2.11.1 Do you use image fonts?
T.2.12 GP-Pro EX does not operate properly
T.2.12.1 Are you using GP-Pro EX Version 2.1 or earlier with Windows Vista?
T.3 Problems with Display operation
T.3.1 The touch panel (switch) does not respond
T.3.1.1 Is the status LED light orange?
T.3.1.2 Does this phenomenon occur with all switches?
T.3.1.3 Can the Display Unit enter offline mode?
T.3.1.4 Is the communication between the Display Unit and the connected device established?
T.3.2 Different part of the display responds when touched (switch), or responds by itself - When Using the Display Unit
T.3.3 Different part of the display responds when touched (switch), or responds by itself - When Using WinGP
T.3.4 The Display does not turn ON (The initial screen is not displayed. The screen remains black.)
T.3.5 An alarm sounds continuously
T.3.6 Lines (streaks) on the screen, Screen turns white
T.3.7 The status LED is flashing in green
T.3.8 The screen flickers
T.3.9 Display response is slow
T.3.10 A screen prompting you to re-transfer appears after you have transferred the file
T.4 Problems with communication with connected devices
T.4.1 Communication fails on all screens
T.4.2 Communication fails on specific screens
T.4.3 Communication is slow
T.4.4 Communication stops intermittently
T.5 Problems communicating with I/O units
T.5.1 Devices connected to the DIO interface do not turn ON/OFF
T.5.2 FLEX NETWORK I/O unit will not operate
T.5.3 FLEX NETWORK analog unit, 2ch analog unit will not operate
T.5.4 FLEX NETWORK single-axis positioning unit, FLEX NETWORK high speed counter unit will not operate
T.5.5 Communication fails with the GP3000 Series PROFIBUS Slave Unit
T.5.6 Image does not appear when using the Video Module
T.5.7 DeviceNet (Slave Unit) will not communicate
T.5.8 Communication fails with the EX module
T.5.9 USB transfer cable is not recognized
T.5.10 USB-Serial (RS-232C) conversion cable is not recognized
T.5.11 Communication fails with all the devices connected to a CANopen master unit
T.5.12 Communication fails with part of the device connected to a CANopen master unit
T.6 Errors displayed on a PC
T.6.1 Errors displayed during installation
T.6.2 Errors displayed during screen creation
T.6.3 Errors displayed during error check
T.6.4 Errors displayed during simulation
T.6.5 Errors displayed during transfer
T.6.6 Errors displayed when the GP-Viewer EX function is used
T.6.7 Errors displayed with Pass-Through function
T.6.8 Errors displayed when using GP-Viewer EX and Ethernet Multilink
T.7 Display-related errors
T.7.1 Settings common to all Display models
T.7.2 When the DIO board type GP3000 series is used
T.7.3 When the LT3000 is used
T.8 Errors displayed with an expansion unit
T.8.1 When the GP3000 Series DIO board type is used
T.8.2 When the FLEX NETWORK unit is used
T.8.3 When PROFIBUS is used
T.8.4 DeviceNet (Slaveunit)
T.8.5 When the EX module is used
T.8.6 Errors displayed when CANopen is used
T.9 Errors displayed by Internet Explorer
T.9.1 Errors displayed when Web Server is accessed
T.10 Errors displayed when the project converter is used
T.11 If the problem still continues...
T.11.1 Visit our Website!
T.11.2 Telephone Contact
Display Unit System Settings (Offline)
M.1 Offline Mode
M.1.1 Common Switches in offline mode
M.1.2 Entering Offline Mode
M.1.3 Operation in offline mode
M.2 Display screen settings
M.2.1 Adjusting the brightness/contrast
M.2.2 Adjusting the clock on the Display
M.2.3 Turning OFF the screen after a certain period of time (standby mode)
M.2.4 Setting the delay between power-on and Display start-up
M.2.5 Setting the number of the screen that is initially displayed after the power is turned ON
M.2.6 Deactivating the touch sound
M.2.7 Changing the language used for the system menu and offline mode menu to Japanese
M.2.8 Changing the timing to recognize touches
M.2.9 Preventing malfunctions when the backlight burns out
M.2.10 Deleting the touched position (When the GP-3200/ST3000 series is used)
M.3 Peripheral device settings
M.3.1 Checking the communication settings for the connected device
M.3.2 Checking the printer settings
M.3.3 Checking the bar code reader settings
M.4 Ethernet settings
M.4.1 Assigning an IP address to the Display
M.5 Password and license settings
M.5.1 Preventing others from changing the offline settings
M.5.2 Granting security rights for screen operations
M.5.3 Setting up GP-Viewer EX or Remote PC Access License
M.6 Initialization of the memory/CF card
M.6.1 Initializing Internal Memory
M.6.2 Initializing the CF card
M.6.3 Initializing the backup memory (SRAM)
M.7 External file operation
M.7.1 Reading the string table data stored in the external storage
M.7.2 Creating an index file for the recipe in the external storage
M.8 Operation check of the Display
M.8.1 Touch Panel Check
M.8.2 Calibration Touch Panel
M.8.3 Check COM1/COM2/LAN
M.9 Operation (communication) check of the logic functions
M.9.1 Checking whether the logic program is operating properly
M.9.2 Checking whether the DIO interfaces of the Display turn ON/OFF properly
M.9.3 Checking Communication with the FLEX NETWORK
M.9.4 Checking the operation of the device connected to the DIO interface of the LT3000 series
M.9.5 Checking if communication with the EX modules is enabled
M.9.6 Checking if communication is possible on the side with the CANopen master supported display unit (master side)
M.9.7 Checking the slave unit side
M.9.8 Checking the status of the entire network during CANopen communication
M.9.9 Checking the operation of the device connected to the AnyWire Slave Unit
M.10 Controller settings
M.10.1 Adjusting the scan time based on the ratio to the execution time of the logic functions (CPU Scan Percentage)
M.10.2 Adjusting the scan time by setting the execution time of the logic functions and the display function execution time (Fixed Scan Time)
M.11 Video display adjustment/check
M.11.1 Adjusting the image quality for the video display
M.11.2 Checking whether video signals are being received by the Display when video is not displayed
M.12 Screen transfer from GP-Pro EX
M.12.1 Opening the transfer screen manually when project files cannot be transferred
M.12.2 Backing up the SRAM data onto the CF card before transferring a new project file
M.12.3 Forcing the transfer of project files
M.13 Restarting the IPC unit and removing a device on a Panel Computer
M.13.1 Restarting the IPC unit
M.13.2 Detaching the device connected to the IPC unit
M.14 Remote Viewer Settings
M.14.1 Setting the remote viewer function (GP-Viewer EX, Web Server, Camera-Viewer EX)
M.15 System Menu
M.15.1 System Menu - Offline, CF/USB, Error, Reset
M.15.2 System Menu - Volume, IP Address
M.15.3 System Menu - Address Monitor, Logic Monitor
M.15.4 System Menu - When Using GP-4100 Series
M.16 Offline Settings - Common
M.16.1 [Home] Setting Guide
M.16.2 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.16.2.1 Main Unit - Screen Settings
M.16.2.2 Main Unit - Operation Settings
M.16.2.3 Main Unit - Display Settings
M.16.2.4 Main Unit - Menu and Error Settings
M.16.2.5 Main Unit - Window Settings
M.16.2.6 Main Unit - System Area Settings
M.16.2.7 Main Unit - Ethernet settings
M.16.2.8 Main Unit - Extended Settings
M.16.2.9 Main Unit - Remote Viewer Settings
M.16.3 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.16.3.1 Peripheral Settings - Device/PLC Settings
M.16.3.2 Peripheral Settings - Printer Settings
M.16.3.3 Peripheral Settings - Bar Code Settings
M.16.3.4 Peripheral Settings - USB
M.16.3.5 Peripheral Settings - Script Settings
M.16.4 Password Settings Guide
M.16.4.1 Set Password - System Password
M.16.4.2 Set Password - Security Password
M.16.5 Initialization Menu Setting Guide
M.16.5.1 Initialize Setting Guide - Initialize User Memory
M.16.5.2 Initialize Setting Guide - Initialize CF Card
M.16.5.3 Initialize Setting Guide - Initialize Backup SRAM
M.16.6 Maintenance Menu Setting Guide
M.16.6.1 Maintenance Menu - Check Pattern
M.16.6.2 Maintenance Menu - Check Font Display
M.16.6.3 Maintenance Menu - Check Touch Panel
M.16.6.4 Maintenance Menu - Calibrate Touch Panel
M.16.6.5 Maintenance Menu - Check COM1/COM2/LAN
M.16.6.6 Maintenance Menu - Memory Info
M.16.6.7 Maintenance Menu - Color Tone
M.16.7 Transfer Setting Guide
M.16.7.1 Transfer - Transfer Project File
M.16.7.2 Transfer - Transfer from CF to SRAM
M.16.7.3 Transfer - Transfer from SRAM to CF
M.16.8 External file operation setting guide
M.16.8.1 External File Operation - Load Text Table
M.16.8.2 External File Operation - CSV Data Index
M.17 Brightness and Contrast Adjustment
M.18 Offline Settings - GP3000 Series DIO board type
M.18.1 [Home] Setting Guide
M.18.2 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.18.2.1 Main Unit - Logic Settings
M.18.3 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.18.3.1 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (I/O Check)
M.18.3.2 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (I/O Monitor) - Input Type (Bit) Output Type (Bit)
M.18.3.3 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (I/O Monitor) - Input Type (Bit) Output Type (Integer)
M.18.3.4 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (I/O Monitor) - Input Type (Integer) Output Type (Bit)
M.18.3.5 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (I/O Monitor) - Input Type (Integer) Output Type (Integer)
M.19 Offline Settings - When Using FLEX NETWORK Unit
M.19.1 [Home] Setting Guide
M.19.2 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.19.2.1 Main Unit - Logic Settings
M.19.3 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.19.3.1 Peripheral Settings - Check Communication
M.19.3.2 Peripheral Settings - I/O Monitor - Model (Input)
M.19.3.3 Peripheral Settings - I/O Monitor - Model (Output)
M.19.3.4 Peripheral Settings - I/O Monitor - Model (Input/Output)
M.19.3.5 Peripheral Settings - I/O Monitor - Model (Analog)
M.20 Offline Settings - GP-3*50 Series Movie Function
M.20.1 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.20.1.1 Main Unit - Movie (General)
M.20.1.2 Main Unit - Video Settings (Video)
M.20.1.3 Main Unit - Video Settings (Video Recording)
M.20.1.4 Main Unit - Video Settings (Play Video)
M.21 Offline Settings - When Using VM Unit
M.21.1 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.21.1.1 Main Unit - VM Unit Settings (Video Operation Environment)
M.21.1.2 Main Unit - VM Unit Settings (Video Display Adjustments)
M.22 Offline Settings - When Using DVI Unit
M.22.1 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.22.1.1 Main Unit - DVI Unit Settings
M.23 Offline Settings - When WinGP is used with IPC (Panel Computer only)
M.23.1 IPC Settings Guide
M.23.1.1 IPC Settings - Restarting IPC
M.23.1.2 IPC Settings - Detach Hardware
M.23.1.3 IPC Settings - Start Explorer
M.23.1.4 IPC Settings - Start Task Manager
M.23.1.5 IPC Settings - Specify file name and run
M.23.1.6 IPC Settings - Start Network Settings
M.23.2 WinGP Setting Guide
M.23.2.1 WinGP - Frame Settings
M.23.2.2 WinGP - Debug Settings
M.23.2.3 WinGP - Transfer Settings
M.24 Offline Settings - When Using LT3000 Series
M.24.1 [Home] Setting Guide
M.24.2 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.24.2.1 Main Unit - Logic Settings
M.24.3 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.24.3.1 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (STD Driver)
M.24.3.2 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (EXM Driver)
M.24.3.3 Peripheral Settings - I/O Driver (AnyWire Bus D2 Driver)
M.25 Offline Settings - Using CANopen Master
M.25.1 [Home] Setting Guide
M.25.2 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.25.2.1 Main Unit - Logic Settings
M.25.3 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.25.3.1 Peripheral Settings - Master diagnostics
M.25.3.2 Peripheral Settings - Slave diagnostics
M.25.3.3 Peripheral Settings - Check network
M.26 Offline Settings - When Using GP-32** Series
M.26.1 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.26.1.1 Main Unit - Display Settings
M.27 Offline Settings - When Using Hand-held GP
M.27.1 Main Unit Settings Guide
M.27.1.1 Main Unit - Operation Settings
M.27.2 Peripheral Settings Guide
M.27.2.1 Peripheral Settings - Conversion Adapter
M.27.3 Maintenance Menu Setting Guide
M.27.3.1 Maintenance Menu - Check Function Switch
M.28 Offline Settings - When Using GP-4100 Series
M.28.1 Device/PLC Settings Guide
M.28.1.1 Device/PLC - Communication Settings
M.28.1.2 Device/PLC - Device Settings
M.28.1.3 Device/PLC - Driver Information

15.6.3.2 Key Part - Basic Settings/Extended

Continuous Action Feature

Select whether or not the operation will continuously repeat while the switch is touched.

  • This feature can be set only when the [Action] is [Keypad Key], and the [Keypad Action] is [BS], [DEL], [↑], [↓], [←], or [→].

Preferences

Set the options for pressing the key.

Reverse Display

If selected, while the Key is pressed, the Touch Area display is reversed.

Buzzer

If selected, when the Key is pressed, the buzzer will sound.

AUX Output

If selected, the buzzer will sound in an auxiliary output, such as a speaker.

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