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LS ( LG ) XGB SERİSİ MODÜLER KOMPAKT TİP PLC

XBF-AD04A
  • XBF-AD04A
Marka: LS ( LG )

Seri:XGB SERİSİ MODÜLER KOMPAKT TİP PLC

Model: XBF-AD04A

Model Birim Fiyat Birim Fiyat Adet Stok
XBF-AD04A 4 Kanal analog giriş (akım/gerilim), 12BITFiyat Sorunuz: 0212 320 36 50
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0.16 µsn/step İşletim Hızı
10 Kstep Program Kapasitesi
Maksimum 480 G/Ç
Toplam 7 Adet İlave Modül Kullanabilme
Üç Ayrı Tip CPU Modülü
8/16/32 Noktalı Giriş ve Çıkış Modülleri
4 Kanal 12 Bit Analog Giriş ve Çıkış Modülleri
CPU modülde 2(4) Adet Hızlı Sayıcı Girişi (1Ø 20kHz,2Ø 10kHz)
CPU modülde 2 Ad. Pulse Çıkış (100 kHz )( NPN )
CPU modülde 16 Adet PID Kontrol
CPU modülde 8 Adet Pulse Yakalama Girişi (50µsn)
CPU modülde 8 Adet Harici Kesme Girişi (50µsn)
Filtrenebilir Giriş (1-100msn)
Dahili RS232 ve RS485 Portları
Modbus RTU/ASCII Haberleşme
Kullanıcı Tanımlı Protokol
Ethernet Haberleşme modülü
Profibus-DP, DeviceNet Adaptör Modülü (Genişleyebilir Akıllı G/Ç)
Ücretsiz Pogramlama Yazılımı


    --------------------XBF-HD02A, HO02A Yüksek Hızlı Sayıcı Manuel.pdf-----------------
    Right choice for ultimate yield LSIS strives to maximize customers' profit in gratitude of choosing us for your partner. Programmable Logic Controller High Speed Counter Module User’s Manual XGB Series XBF-HO02A XBF-HD02A ? Read this manual carefully before installing, wiring, operating, servicing or inspecting this equipment. ? Keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. http://eng.lsis.biz Safety Instruction Before using the product … For your safety and effective operation, please read the safety instructions thoroughly before using the product. > Safety Instructions should always be observed in order to prevent accident or risk with the safe and proper use the product. > Instructions are divided into “Warning” and “Caution”, and the meaning of the terms is as follows. This symbol indicates the possibility of serious injury or death if some applicable Warning instruction is violated This symbol indicates the possibility of severe or slight injury, and property Caution damages if some applicable instruction is violated Moreover, even classified events under its caution category may develop into serious accidents relying on situations. Therefore we strongly advise users to observe all precautions properly just like warnings. > The marks displayed on the product and in the user’s manual have the following meanings. Be careful! Danger may be expected. Be careful! Electric shock may occur. > The user’s manual even after read shall be kept available and accessible to any user of the product. 1 Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for design process Warning ? Please install a protection circuit on the exterior of PLC so that the whole system may operate safely regardless of failures from external power or PLC. Any abnormal output or operation from PLC may cause serious problems to safety in whole system. - Install protection units on the exterior of PLC like an interlock circuit that deals with opposite operations such as emergency stop, protection circuit, and forward/reverse rotation or install an interlock circuit that deals with high/low limit under its position controls. - If any system error (watch-dog timer error, module installation error, etc.) is detected during CPU operation in PLC, all output signals are designed to be turned off and stopped for safety. However, there are cases when output signals remain active due to device failures in Relay and TR which can’t be detected. Thus, you are recommended to install an addition circuit to monitor the output status for those critical outputs which may cause significant problems. ? Never overload more than rated current of output module nor allow to have a short circuit. Over current for a long period time may cause a fire . ? Never let the external power of the output circuit to be on earlier than PLC power, which may cause accidents from abnormal output or operation. ? Please install interlock circuits in the sequence program for safe operations in the system when exchange data with PLC or modify operation modes using a computer or other external equipments Read specific instructions thoroughly when conducting control operations with PLC. 2 Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for design process Caution ? I/O signal or communication line shall be wired at least 100mm away from a high-voltage cable or power line. Fail to follow this instruction may cause malfunctions from noise Safety Instructions on installation process Caution ? Use PLC only in the environment specified in PLC manual or general standard of data sheet. If not, electric shock, fire, abnormal operation of the product may be caused. ? Before install or remove the module, be sure PLC power is off. If not, electric shock or damage on the product may be caused. ? Be sure that every module is securely attached after adding a module or an extension connector. If the product is installed loosely or incorrectly, abnormal operation, error or dropping may be caused. In addition, contact failures under poor cable installation will be causing malfunctions as well. ? Be sure that screws get tighten securely under vibrating environments. Fail to do so will put the product under direct vibrations which will cause electric shock, fire and abnormal operation. ? Do not come in contact with conducting parts in each module, which may cause electric shock, malfunctions or abnormal operation. 3 Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for wiring process Warning ? Prior to wiring works, make sure that every power is turned off. If not, electric shock or damage on the product may be caused. ? After wiring process is done, make sure that terminal covers are installed properly before its use. Fail to install the cover may cause electric shocks. Caution ? Check rated voltages and terminal arrangements in each product prior to its wiring process. Applying incorrect voltages other than rated voltages and misarrangement among terminals may cause fire or malfunctions. ? Secure terminal screws tightly applying with specified torque. If the screws get loose, short circuit, fire or abnormal operation may be caused. Securing screws too tightly will cause damages to the module or malfunctions, short circuit, and dropping. ? Be sure to earth to the ground using Class 3 wires for FG terminals which is exclusively used for PLC. If the terminals not grounded correctly, abnormal operation or electric shock may be caused. ? Don’t let any foreign materials such as wiring waste inside the module while wiring, which may cause fire, damage on the product or abnormal operation. ? Make sure that pressed terminals get tighten following the specified torque. External connector type shall be pressed or soldered using proper equipments. 4 Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for test-operation and maintenance Warning ? Don’t touch the terminal when powered. Electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. ? Prior to cleaning or tightening the terminal screws, let all the external power off including PLC power. If not, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. ? Don’t let the battery recharged, disassembled, heated, short or soldered. Heat, explosion or ignition may cause injuries or fire. Caution ? Do not make modifications or disassemble each module. Fire, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. ? Prior to installing or disassembling the module, let all the external power off including PLC power. If not, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. ? Keep any wireless equipment such as walkie-talkie or cell phones at least 30cm away from PLC. If not, abnormal operation may be caused. ? When making a modification on programs or using run to modify functions under PLC operations, read and comprehend all contents in the manual fully. Mismanagement will cause damages to products and accidents. ? Avoid any physical impact to the battery and prevent it from dropping as well. Damages to battery may cause leakage from its fluid. When battery was dropped or exposed under strong impact, never reuse the battery again. Moreover skilled workers are needed when exchanging batteries. 5 Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for waste disposal Caution ? Product or battery waste shall be processed as industrial waste. The waste may discharge toxic materials or explode itself. 6 Revision History Revision History Version Date Remark Page - V 1.0 2012.05 First Edition ? The number of User’s manual is indicated right part of the back cover. Copyright (c) 2012 LSIS Systems Co., Ltd All Rights Reserved. About User’s Manual Thank for purchasing PLC of LS Industrial System Co.,Ltd. Before use, make sure to carefully read and understand the User’s Manual about the functions, performances, installation and programming of the product you purchased in order for correct use and importantly, let the end user and maintenance administrator to be provided with the User’s Manual. The User’s Manual describes the product. If necessary, you may refer to the following description and order accordingly. In addition, you may connect our website (http://eng.lsis.biz/) and download the information as a PDF file. Relevant User’s Manuals No. of User’s Title Description Manual It describes how to use XG5000 software about online functions such as XG5000 user’s 10310000512 programming, printing, monitoring and debugging by using XGB series manual products. XG5000 user’s It describes how to use XG5000 software about online functions such as manual (for programming, printing, monitoring and debugging by using XGB (IEC 10310000834 XGI/XGR/XEC) language) XGK/XGK It is the user’s manual for programming to explain how to use commands 10310000510 Instructions & that are used PLC system with XGB CPU. Programming XGI/XGR/XEC It is the user’s manual for programming to explain how to use commands 10310000833 Instructions & that are used in XGB (IEC language) Programming It describes power, IO, extension specification and system configuration, XGB hardware 10310000693 built-in high speed counter of XGB main unit. XGB hardware It describes power, IO, extension specification and system configuration, 10310000983 (IEC) built-in high speed counter of XGB (IEC) main unit. It describes how to use the specification of analog input/analog XGB Analog output/temperature input module, system configuration and built-in PID 10310000920 user’s manual control for XGB basic unit. XGB Position It describes how to use the specification of built-in Position control for XGB 10310000927 User’s manual basic unit. It is the user’s manual about XGB Cnet I/F that describes built-in 10310000816 XGB Cnet I/F communication function and external Cnet I/F module of XGB basic unit XGB FEnet I/F It describes how to use XGB FEnet I/F module. 10310000873 XGB Position It describes how to use XGB Position module. 10310001008 module ? Table of Contents ? Chapter 1 Overview ……………………………………………………………………… 1 -1 Chapter 2 Specifications ………………………………………………………… 2-1 ~ 2-27 2.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 2-1 2.2 PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................ 2-2 2.2.1 Performance specifications ............................................................................................................................. 2-2 2.2.2 Pulse input specification .................................................................................................................................. 2-3 2.2.3 Preset/Gate input specification ....................................................................................................................... 2-3 2.2.4 Comparision output specification ................................................................................................................... 2-3 2.3 PART NAMES ...................................................................................................................................................... ...2-4 2.3.1 Part Names ...................................................................................................................................................... 2-4 2.3.2 Specification of interface with external devices .............................................................................................. 2-6 2.4 FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 2-9 2.4.1 Pulse input mode ............................................................................................................................................. 2-9 2.4.2 Counter mode ................................................................................................................................................ 2-16 2.4.3 Preset ............................................................................................................................................................ 2-19 2.4.4 Compared output ........................................................................................................................................... 2-20 2.4.5 Carry signal ................................................................................................................................................... 2-24 2.4.6 Borrow signal ................................................................................................................................................. 2-24 2.4.7 Auxiliary mode ............................................................................................................................................... 2-25 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring ……………………………………………… 3-1 ~ 3-7 3.1 INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................................ 3-1 3.1.1 Installation environment .................................................................................................................................. 3-1 3.1.2 Handling precautions ....................................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.2 WIRING PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 3-2 3.2.1 Example of DC5V voltage output wiring ......................................................................................................... 3-3 3.2.2 Example of DC12V NPN Open Collector output wiring .................................................................................. 3-4 3.2.3 Example of DC24V PNP Open Collector output wiring .................................................................................. 3-6 3.2.4 Example of Line Driver output wiring .............................................................................................................. 3-7 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring (XG5000) ……………… 4-1 ~ 4-12 4.1 OPERATION METHOD ............................................................................................................................................. 4-1 4.1.1 Execution of XG5000 ...................................................................................................................................... 4-1 1 4.2 PARAMETERS SETTING .......................................................................................................................................... 4-4 4.2.1 Parameters setting screen .............................................................................................................................. 4-4 4.3 MONITORING AND TEST ......................................................................................................................................... 4-6 4.3.1 Monitoring/Test screen .................................................................................................................................... 4-6 4.4 REGISTER U DEVICES ............................................................................................................................................ 4-9 4.4.1 View variables ................................................................................................................................................. 4-9 4.4.2 Register U Devices .......................................................................................................................................... 4-9 4.5 REGISTRATION OF SPECIAL MODULE VARIABLE ..................................................................................................... 4-12 4.5.1 Global/Direct Variables screen ...................................................................................................................... 4-12 4.5.2 Registration of the special module variables ................................................................................................ 4-12 Chapter 5 Internal Memory & I/O Signals ……………………………………… 5-1 ~ 5-3 5.1 INTERNAL MEMORY ............................................................................................................................................... 5-1 5.1.1 Configuration of the internal memory .............................................................................................................. 5-1 5.1.2 Details & Data configuration ............................................................................................................................ 5-2 5.2 I/O SIGNALS .......................................................................................................................................................... 5-3 Chapter 6 Global Constant & Global Variable ………………………………… 6-1 ~ 6-4 6.1 GLOBAL CONSTANT ............................................................................................................................................... 6-1 6.1.1 The configuration of Global Constant.............................................................................................................. 6-1 6.1.2 The Configuration and Contents of Data ........................................................................................................ 6-2 6.2 GLOBAL VARIABLE ................................................................................................................................................. 6-4 Chapter 7 Programming …………………………………………………………… 7-1 ~ 7-29 7.1 INSTRUCTION AND FUNCTION BLOCK ...................................................................................................................... 7-1 7.1.1 Instruction of XGK series ................................................................................................................................. 7-1 7.1.2 Function Block of XGI/XGR ............................................................................................................................. 7-4 7.2 PROGRAM ............................................................................................................................................................. 7-7 7.2.1 Count mode setting ......................................................................................................................................... 7-7 7.2.2 Pulse input mode setting ............................................................................................................................... 7-10 7.2.3 Counter check ............................................................................................................................................... 7-11 7.2.4 Preset value setting and enable preset ......................................................................................................... 7-12 7.2.5 Enable counter .............................................................................................................................................. 7-13 7.2.6 Carry/borrow detection reset ......................................................................................................................... 7-13 7.2.7 Auxiliary mode setting and Enable auxiliary function .................................................................................... 7-14 7.2.8 Up/down count selection ............................................................................................................................... 7-20 7.2.9 Use of external preset signal ......................................................................................................................... 7-20 7.2.10 Use of external auxiliary function signal ....................................................................................................... 7-21 7.2.11 Type of comparison and comparison value setting ...................................................................................... 7-22 7.2.12 Enable comparison, Enable comparison output, Comparison agreement reset.......................................... 7-24 7.2.13 Comparison output status setting ................................................................................................................. 7-25 7.2.14 Input pulse active level setting ...................................................................................................................... 7-26 2 7.2.15 Error status and error code ........................................................................................................................... 7-27 7.2.16 Hold count when power fails ......................................................................................................................... 7-28 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting ………………………………………………………… 8-1 ~ 8-9 8.1 ERROR CODE ........................................................................................................................................................ 8-1 8.2 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................... 8-2 8.2.1 LED display status of HS counter module ...................................................................................................... 8-2 8.2.2 Counter status of HS counter module ............................................................................................................. 8-2 8.2.3 Output status of HS counter module ............................................................................................................... 8-2 8.3 TROUBLESHOOTING SEQUENCE .............................................................................................................................. 8-3 8.3.1 RDY LED Off ................................................................................................................................................... 8-3 8.3.2 RDY LED Blinks .............................................................................................................................................. 8-4 8.3.3 Counter operation error ................................................................................................................................... 8-5 8.3.4 Counter value error.......................................................................................................................................... 8-6 8.3.5 Output operation error ..................................................................................................................................... 8-7 8.3.6 Module status check through XG5000 system monitoring ............................................................................. 8-8 Appendices ……………………..……………………………… Appendix -1 ~ Appendix -2 Appendix 1 Terminology … …… …… … …… … …… …… …… …… … ……………. … …… …………… … …… …Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Dimensions … …… …… … …… … …… …. …… …… … …… … … … …..... … …… …… … …… … ……Appendix 2 Warranty and Environmental Policy 3 Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 1. Overview XGB High Speed counter modules are designed for XGB(XBM/XBC/XEC) series and used with XGT PLC CPU. And XBF-HO02A(Open Collector type) , XBF-HD02A(Line Drive type) modules are available. 1.1 Characteristic High Speed Counter modules can count the high speed pulses which can not be processed by CPU module’s counter instructions (CTU, CTD, CTUD etc.), up to binary value of 32 bits (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647). High Speed counter modules have the following functions. (1) XGB PLC is available. (2) Three kinds of pulse inputs function (a) 1-phase input: Increasing/Decreasing function Program or by means of the B-phase input (1-multiplier, 2-multiplier) (b) 2-phase is input: Increasing/Decreasing function by means of the difference in phase.( 1-multiplier, 2-multiplier, 4-multiplier) (c) CW/CCW is input: Increasing/Decreasing function by means of A-phase or B-phase.( 1-multiplier) (3) Preset and Gate function by means of the applicable program or external input signal (4) 6 additional functions are available such as Count Clear, Count Latch, Sampling Count, Input frequency Measure, Revolution Measure per unit time and Count Disable. (5) 7 kinds of compared signals can be outputted at output contact of the built-in transistor through compared based value (Min compared value, Max compared value) and current count value. (6) Provided Low Active and High Active mode. (Preset and Gate input is only available a high active mode.) (7) Currently user manual of HSC module is written based on the following version. XGB Main Unit Version XBM XBM-D???S V3.20 or above XBC-D???H V2.10 or above XBC-D???S V1.20 or above XBC XBC-D???SU V1.20 or above XBC-D???E Unavailable XEC-D???H V1.40 or above XEC XEC-D???S V1.00 or above PADT XG5000 V3.64 or above 1-1 Chapter 2 Specifications Chapter 2 Specifications 2.1 General Specifications General specifications of XGT series No. Item Specification Related specifications Operating 1 0?~+55 ? - temperature Storage 2 -25?~+70 ? - temperature Operating 3 5 ~95%RH, Non-condensing - humidity 4 Storage humidity 5 ~95%RH, Non-condensing - For discontinuous vibration - Frequency Acceleration Amplitude Number 10?f< 57 ? - 0.075mm 57?f?150 ? 9.8m/s2 (1G) - 5 Vibration For continuous vibration IEC61131-2 Each 10 times in X,Y,Z directions Frequency Acceleration Amplitude 10?f< 57 ? - 0.035mm 57?f?150 ? 4.9m/s2 (0.5G) - * Maximum impact acceleration:147 ?(15G) * Authorized time :11 ? 6 Shocks IEC61131-2 * Pulse wave : Signal half-wave pulse (Each 3 times in X,Y,Z directions) Test specifications of LS Square wave impulse noise ±1,500V Industrial Systems Electrostatic discharging Voltage : 4kV (contact discharging) IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-2 Radiated electromagnetic field noise 27 ~ 500MHz, 10 V/m IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-3 7 Impulse Noise Digital/ Fast Class Power module Analog I/O Transient IEC 61131-2, communication interface / burst IEC 61000-4-4 noise Voltage 2kV 1kV Ambient 8 No corrosive gas or dust - conditions 9 Operating height 2,000m or less - Pollution 10 2 or less - degree 11 Cooling type Natural air cooling - Notes 1) IEC(International Electrotechnical Commission): An international nongovernmental organization which promotes internationally cooperated standardization in electric/electronic fields, publishes international standards and manages applicable estimation system related with. 2) Pollution degree: An index indicating pollution level of the operating environment which decides insulation performance of the devices. For instance, Pollution level 2 indicates the state generally that only non-conductive pollution occurs. However, this state contains temporary conduction due to dew produced. 2-1 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.2 Performance Specifications Specifications of High Speed counter module’s basic performance, preset/gate input and transistor output are as described below. 2.2.1 Performance specifications Specification Item XBF-HO02A XGF-HD02A Signal A-phase, B-phase Count Input type Voltage input (Open Collector) Differential input (Line Drive): Input signal Signal level DC 5/12/24V RS-422A Line Drive/HTL LEVEL Line Drive Maximum coefficient speed 200kpps 500kpps (HTL input : 250kpps) Number of channels 2 Channels Coefficient range Signed 32-bit (-2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647) Linear Count (When 32-bit range exceeded, Carry/Borrow occurs, the count value stopped) Count mode Ring Count (repeated count within setting range) 1-phase input Input pulse mode 2-phase input CW/CCW input Increasing/decreasing operation setting by B-phase input 1-phase input Increasing/decreasing operation setting by program Up/down 2-phase input Automatic setting by difference in phase Setting A-phase input: increasing operation CW/CCW B-phase input: decreasing operation 1-phase input 1/2 multiplication Multiplication 2-phase input 1/2/4 multiplication function CW/CCW 1-multiplication Signal Preset instruction input, auxiliary mode instruction input Control input Signal level DC 5V/12V/24V (by terminal selection) input type Signal type Voltage Output points 2-point/channel (for each channel): terminal output available External output Type Select single-compared (>, >=, =, =<, <) or section compared output (included or excluded) Output type Open collector output (Sink) Input Signal A-phase input, B-phase input, Preset instruction input, auxiliary mode instruction input Operation Output Signal External output 0, External output 1 Status Display Busy Status Module Ready Count Enable To be set through program (count available only in enable status) Preset function To be set through terminal or program Count clear, Count latch, Section count(time setting value: 0~60000 ?), auxiliary mode function Measurement of input frequency(for respective input phase), Measurement of counts per hour(time setting value: 0~60000 ?) Count prohibited function Terminal 40 pin connector I/O occupied points Fixed point: 64 Internal consumed current 200 ? 260 ? Weight 90g 2-2 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.2.2 Pulse input specification Specification Item Open collector Line driver DC 24V DC 12V DC 5V Input volatage (17.0V~26.4V) (9.8V~13.2V) (4.5V~5.5V) Input current 7mA~11mA 7mA~11mA 7mA~11mA RS-422A line driver (5V level)/HTL line Min. On guaranteed 17.0V 9.8V 4.1V Driver(24V level) voltage Max. Off guarateed 4.5V 3.0V 1.7V voltage 2.2.3 Preset, auxiliary function input specification Item Specification DC 24V DC 12V DC 5V Input volatage (17.0V~26.4V) (9.8V~13.2V) (4.5V~5.5V) Input current 7mA~11mA 7mA~11mA 7mA~11mA Min. On guarateed 17.0V 9.8V 4.1V voltage Max. Off guarateed 4.5V 3.0V 1.7V voltage On delay time 1 ms or less Off delay time 1 ms or leess 2.2.4 Comp. output specification Item Specification Output type Transistor sink Rated output DC 24V, 100 mA/point Leakage current 0.1 mA or less Saturated area voltage 1.3 V or less On delay time 0.1 ms or less Off delay time 0.1 ms or less 2-3 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.3 Part Names 2.3.1 Part Names No. Name Contents On: relevant channel pulse inputting, Preset/Auxiliary function signal inputting, Run LED Commparison outputting (?A, ?B, P, G, O0, O1) Off: No input of relevant channel pulse, No input of preset/auxiliary function signal, No output ? of comparison On: HSC module normal Ready signal (RDY) Off: Power off or CPU module reset, HSC module error Flicker: HSC module error ? External wiring connector Connector to conect with external I/O 2-1 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.3.2 Specification of interface with external devices 1. Arrangement of connector pins (1) XBF-HO02A B A Pin arrangement Signal name CH1 CH0 20 20 A24V A phase pulse input 24V 19 19 A12V A phase pulse input 12V 18 18 A5V A phase pulse input 5V 17 17 ACOM A phase pulse input COM 16 16 B24V B phase pulse input 24V 15 15 B12V B phase pulse input 12V 14 14 B5V B phase pulse input 5V 13 13 BCOM B phase pulse input COM 12 12 P24V Preset input 24V 11 11 P12V Preset input 12V 10 10 P5V Preset input 5V 09 09 PCOM Preset input COM 08 08 G24V Auxiliary function input 24V 07 07 G12V Auxiliary function input 12V 06 06 G5V Auxiliary function input 5V 05 05 GCOM Auxiliary function input COM 04 04 OUT0 Comp. output 0 03 03 OUT1 Comp. output 1 02 02 24V External power input 24V 01 01 24G External power input GND (2) XBF-HD02A B A Pin arrangement Signal name CH1 CH0 20 20 A ?+ A ?phase differentiation input + 19 19 A ?- A ? phase differentiation input - 18 18 A ?+ A ? phase differentiation input + 17 17 A ?- A ? phase differentiation input - 16 16 B ?+ B ? phase differentiation input + 15 15 B ?- B ? phase differentiation input - 14 14 B ?+ B ? phase differentiation input + 13 13 B ?- B ? phase differentiation input - 12 12 P24V Preset input 24V 11 11 P12V Preset input 12V 10 10 P5V Preset input 5V 09 09 PCOM Preset input COM 08 08 G24V Auxiliary function input 24V 07 07 G12V Auxiliary function input 12V 06 06 G5V Auxiliary function input 5V 05 05 GCOM Auxiliary function input COM 04 04 OUT0 Comp. output 0 03 03 OUT1 Comp. output 1 02 02 24V External power input 24V 01 01 24G External power input GND 2-5 Chapter 2 Specifications 2. Internal circuit Describes internal circuit of HSC module to connect HSC module with external device (1) XBF-HO02A Pin No. I/O Internal circuit No. Terminal Signal name CH0 CH1 ? A24V B20 A20 A phase pulse input 24V ? ? A12V B19 A19 A phase pulse input 12V ? ? A5V B18 A18 A phase pulse input 5V ? ? ACOM B17 A17 A phase pulse input COM ? B24V B16 A16 B phase pulse input 24V ? ? B12V B15 A15 B phase pulse input 12V ? B5V B14 A14 B phase pulse input 5V ? BCOM B13 A13 B phase pulse input COM Input ? P24V B12 A12 Preset input 24V ? ? P12V B11 A11 Preset input 12V ? ? P5V B10 A10 Preset input 5V ? PCOM B09 A09 Preset input COM ? ? G24V B08 A08 Auxiliary function input 24V ? ? G12V B07 A07 Auxiliary function input 12V ? G5V B06 A06 Auxiliary function input 5V ? GCOM B05 A05 Auxiliary function input COM ? OUT0 B04 A04 Comp. output 0 ? ? OUT1 B03 A03 Comp. output 1 Output ? ? 24V B02 A02 External power input 24V ? ? ? 24G B01 A01 External power input GND Notes External power (24V: A02, B02, 24G: A01, B01) is power source to output comparison output to terminal (A03, B03, A04, B04). Connect when using comparison output. 2-6 Chapter 2 Specifications (2) XBF-HD02A Pin. No. I/O Internal circuit No. Terminal Signal CH0 CH1 ? AI+ B20 A20 A ?phase differentiation input + ? AII+ B19 A19 A ? phase differentiation input + ? ? AI- B18 A18 A ? phase differentiation input - ? ? AII- B17 A17 A ? phase differentiation input - ? ? BI+ B16 A16 B ? phase differentiation input + ? ? BII+ B15 A15 B ? phase differentiation input + ? BI- B14 A14 B ? phase differentiation input - ? BII- B13 A13 B ? phase differentiation input - Input ? P24V B12 A12 Preset input 24V ? ? P12V B11 A11 Preset input 12V ? P5V B10 A10 Preset input 5V ? ? PCOM B09 A09 Preset input COM ? ? G24V B08 A08 Auxiliary function input 24V ? G12V B07 A07 Auxiliary function input 12V ? ? G5V B06 A06 Auxiliary function input 5V ? GCOM B05 A05 Auxiliary function input COM ? OUT0 B04 A04 Comp. output 0 ? ? OUT1 B03 A03 Comp. output 1 Output ? ? 24V B02 A02 External power input 24V ? ? ? 24G B01 A01 External power input GND Notes (1) AI+, AI-, BI+, BI- are line driver input terminal of 5V level. (2) AII+, AII-, BII+, BII- are line driver input terminal of 24V level. 2-7 Chapter 2 Specifications (3) Example Input/Output wiring by using I/O link board (a) When using HSC module, easy wiring is available by connecting the I/O connector with I/O link board. The available I/O link and I/O cable are as follows. XGB I/O link Connection cable Classification Model Pin Name Name Length Content For extension module XBF-HO02A HSC module 40 TG7-1H40S C40HH-??PH-XBI 0.5 ~ 10m connection XBF-HO02A (40Pin) (b) In case of wiring HSC Module by using TG7-1H40S and C40HH-??SB-XBI, relationship of HSC module signal name and I/O link board terminal number is as follows. The follow figure describes signal allocation when TG7-1H40S is used as connection cable. When you make the cable, make sure that wiring is done as figure below. 2-8 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4 Function 2.4.1 Input pulse type 1. 1 phase input (1) Up/Down operation by program setting (a) 1 phase 1 input 1 multiplication input When input pulse of A phase is rising, count operates and up/down count operation is set by program 1)High Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling Up/Down count setting Off Up count (+1) - Up/Down count setting On - Down count (-1) A phase input pulse On Up/Down count setting Off Off Count 10 11 12 13 12 12 11 Up Down Up 2) Low Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling Up/Down count setting Off - Up count (+1) Up/Down count setting On Down count (-1) - A phase input pulse Up/Down On Count setting Off Off Count 10 11 12 13 12 11 12 Up Down Up 2-9 Chapter 2 Specifications (b) 1 phase 1 input 2 multiplication input When input pulse of A phase is rising and falling, count operates and up/down count operation is set by program Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling Up/Down count setting Off Up count (+1) Up count (+1) Up/Down count setting On Down count (-1) Down count (-1) A phase input pulse On Up/Down count setting Off Off Count 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 Up Down Up 2-10 Chapter 2 Specifications (2) Up/Down count operation by B phase input signal (a) 1 phase 2 input 1 multiplication input When input pulse of A phase is rising, count operates and up/down count operation is set by level of B phase input pulse. 1) High Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase input pulse Off Up count (+1) - B phase input pulse On - Down count (-1) A phase input pulse On Off Off B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 12 11 12 Up Down Up 2) Low Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase input pulse Off Down count (-1) - B phase input pulse On - Up count (+1) A phase input pulse On Off Off B phase input pulse Count 10 9 8 7 8 9 8 Down Up Down 2-11 Chapter 2 Specifications (b) 1 phase 2 input 2 multiplication input When input pulse of A phase is rising and falling, count operates and up/down count operation is set by level of B phase input pulse. 1) High Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase input pulse Off Up count (+1) Up count (+1) B phase input pulse On Down count (-1) Down count (-1) A phase input pulse On B phase input pulse Off Off Count 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 11 12 Up Down Up 2) Low Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase input pulse Off Down count (-1) Down count (-1) B phase input pulse On Up count (+1) Up count (+1) A phase input pulse On B phase input pulse Off Off Count 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9 8 Down Up Down 2-12 Chapter 2 Specifications 2. 2 phase input (1) 2 phase 1 multiplication input 1) High Active Mode When input pulse of A phase is ahead of B phase input pulse, at rising edge of A phase input pulse, Up count is operated. When input pulse of B phase is ahead of A phase input pulse, at falling edge of A phase input pulse, Down count is operated. Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling Phase of A and B (A-B) Up count (+1) - Phase of A and B (B-A) - Down count (-1) A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 12 11 10 9 Up Down 2)Low Active Mode When input pulse of A phase is ahead of B phase input pulse, at falling edge of A phase input pulse, Up count is operated. When input pulse of B phase is ahead of A phase input pulse, at rising edge of A phase input pulse, Down count is operated. Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling Phase of A and B (A-B) - Up count (+1) Phase of A and B (B-A) Down count (-1) - A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 12 11 10 Up Down 2-13 Chapter 2 Specifications (2) 2 phase 2 multiplication input When input pulse of A phase is ahead of B phase input pulse, at rising and falling edge of A phase input pulse, Up count is operated. When input pulse of B phase is ahead of A phase input pulse, at rising and falling edge of A phase input pulse, Down count is operated. When 2 phase 2 multiplication input mode, Low Active and High Active mode operation is same. Up/Down count classification A phae pulse rising A phase pulse falling Phase of A and B (A-B) Up count (+1) Up count (+1) Phase of A and B (B-A) Down count (-1) Down count (-1) A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 Up Down (3) 2 phase 4 nultiplication input When input pulse of A phase is ahead of B phase input pulse, at rising and falling edge of A and B phase input pulse, Up count is operated. When input pulse of B phase is ahead of A phase input pulse, at rising and falling edge of A and B phase input pulse, Up count is operated. When 2 phase 4 multiplication input mode, Low Active and High Active mode operation is same. Up/Down count classification A phase pulse A phase pulse A phase pulse A phase pulse rising falling rising falling Phase of A and B (A-B) Up count (+1) Up count (+1) Up count (+1) Up count (+1) Phase of A and B (B-A) Down count (-1) Down count (-1) Down count (-1) Down count (-1) A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 Up Down 2-14 Chapter 2 Specifications 3. CWCCW(ClockWise/Counter ClockWise) input Count is operated at rising edge of A phase inpulse or B phase input pulse and Up/Down count operation is determined by level of A or B input pulse 1) High Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase pulse rising B phase pulse falling B phase input pulse Off Up count (+1) - - - A phase input pulse Off - - Down count (-1) - A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 11 12 13 12 11 10 Up Down 2) Low Active Mode Up/Down count classification A phase pulse rising A phase pulse falling B phase pulse rising B phase pulse falling B phase input pulse On - Up count (+1) - - A phase input pulse On - - - Down count (-1) A phase input pulse B phase input pulse Count 10 12 11 10 11 12 13 Up Down 2-15 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4.2 Count Mode 1. Linear count (1) Linear Count range: -2,147,483,648 ~ 2,147,483,647 (2) Up count If count value reaches the maximum value while increased, Carry will occur, and Carry occurs, count stops and increasing is not available but decreasing is available. (3) Down count If count value reaches the minimum value while decreased, Borrow will occur and Borrow occurs, count stops and decreasing is not available but increasing is available Count 2,147,483,647 Input pulse Count start -2,147,483,648 Borrow Carry 2. Ring count (1) Count operation is executed within the user defined range repeatedly. (2) Ring Count range: ring count min. value ~ ring count max. value (3) Ring count display If Ring Counted, minimum value of Ring Count is displayed as count, but the maximum value is not displayed as count. (4) Ring count operation (a) ring count min. value ? Current count ? ring count max. value 1) Up count If count value exceeds maximum value during increasing count, Carry only occurs and count is executed starting from min. value Ring count max. value Input pulse : not included Count start : included Ring count min. value Carry Carry/borrow reset 2-16 Chapter 2 Specifications 2) Down count If count value reaches minimum value during decreasing count, Borrow only occurs and count is executed starting from max. value Count Ring count max value Count start Input pulse : Not included : Included Ring count min value Borrow Carry/Borrow reset . (b) -2,147,483,648 ? current count < ring count min. value or ring count max. value < current count ?2,147,483,647 1) Up count If count reaches ring count max. value, it changes into ring count min value and carry occurs and count is executed until 2,147,483,647. If count exceeds 2,147,483,647, count is changed into -2,147,483,648 and executed repeatedly. Count 2,147,483,647 Ring count max. value Input pulse Ring count min. value Count start : Not included : Included -2,147,483,648 Carry Carry/borrow reset 2-17 Chapter 2 Specifications 2) Down count If count reaches min. value, borrow occurs and count is changed into ring count max. value. Count is executed until 2,147,483,647. If count reaches -2,147,483,648, count is changed into 2,147,483,648 and executed again. Count 2,147,483,647 Count start Ring count max value Input pulse Ring count min value : Not included : Included -2,147,483,648 Barrow Carry/Borrow reset Notes When setting ring count max/min value, if current count is out of range of ring count, module assumes that that is mistake of user and LED flickers and error occurs. If the user executes preset operation and changes the current count to be within ring count range, LED is off and error disappears. 2-18 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4.3 Preset (1) When Enable Preset is On, current count is changed into preset setting value. Only with setting of preset, current count is not changed and you have to execute the Enable Preset ot change the current count. (2) Operation method (a) Internal preset Setting preset value ? Enable Preset On Current count 400 200 Count start 0 -200 200 -200 Preset value setting Enable Preset (b) External preset Setting preset value ? External Preset selection command On ? External Preset Input signal On Current count 400 200 Count start 0 -200 200 -200 Preset setting Enable external preset External preset input External preset detection External preset detection reset Notes (1) To use preset function by external input signal, set Enable Preset as 1 (On), turn on external preset input signal. (2) If you execute the preset by external input signal, external preset detection becomes 1 (On), When external preset detection is 1(On), external preset is not executed. In order to change external preset detection as 0 (Off), turn on external preset detection reset.. 2-19 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4.4 Compared output (1) High Speed counter module has a compared output function used to compare present count value with compared value in size to output as compared. (2) Available compared outputs are 2 for 1 channel, which can be used separately. (3) Compared output conditions are 7 associated with <, ?, =, ?, >, ? ?, ? ? (4) In order to make actual comparison enabled after compared output condition set, the compared enable signal is to be On, at this time, output is displayed only on program (U device or Global variable), and in order to send out the actual external output with LED turned On, the output enable signal is to be On. 1. Preset value < Compared value If counted present value is less than compared value, output is sent out, and if present value increases to be equal to or greater than compared value, output is not sent out. 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Count Compared 123460 value Enable Comp. Enable Comp. output Compared result LED Compared output Notes (1) Compared result can be checked at U device for XBM,XBC, Global variable for XEC (2) Compared output is a signal to be output at external terminal (A03, A04, B03, B04). 2. Count value ? Compared value If present count value is less than or equal to compared value, output is sent out, and if count value increases to be greater than compared value, output is not sent out. Count 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Compared 123460 value Enable Comp. Enable Comp. output Compared result LED Compared output 2-20 Chapter 2 Specifications 3. Count value = Compared value If present count value is equal to compared value, output is sent out, and even if count value increases to be greater or less than compared value, output is kept On. In order to turn the output Off, identical reset signal is to be On. 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Count Compared 123459 value Enable Comp. Enable Comp. output Compared result LED Compared output Identical reset 4. Count value ? Compared value If present count value is greater than or equal to compared value, output is sent out, and if count value decreases to be less than compared value, output is not sent out. Count 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Compared 123457 value Enable Comp. Enable Comp. output Compared result LED Compared output 2-21 Chapter 2 Specifications 5. Count value > Compared value If present count value is greater than compared value, output is sent out, and if count value decreases to be less than or equal to compared value, output is not sent out. 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Count Compared 123457 value Enable Comp. Enable Comp. output Compared result LED Compared output 6. Compared value min. ? Count value ? Compared value max. If present count value is greater than or equal to compared value 1 and less than or equal to compared value 2, output is sent out, and if count value increases/decreases to exceed compared value’s range, output is not sent out. Count 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 123457 Comp value min. 123461 Comp value max. Enable Comp Enable Comp output Compared result LED Compared output 2-22 Chapter 2 Specifications 7. Count value ? Compared value min., Count value ? Compared value max. If present count value is less than or equal to compared value 1 and greater than or equal to compared value 2, output is sent out, and if count value increases/decreases to exceed compared value’s range, output is not sent out. Count 123456 123457 123458 123459 123460 123461 123462 Comp value min. 123458 Comp value max. 123460 Enable Comp Enable Comp output Compared resut LED Compared output 8. When main unit plc stopped, output signal by compared value out status setting. When main unit plc stopped, you can select to keep an output or prohibit an output through compared output status setting Remark (1) The output is changed to Off regardless of compared value of compared output when basic unit is stopped if the present state can't output. (2) The output is changed to On ›Off regardless of compared value of compared output when basic unit is stopped if the present state can't output. (3) The output is changed to compared flag On ›Off at the active status mode of compared function compared value of compared output when basic unit is stopped if the present state can't output. 2-23 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4.5 Carry Signal 1. Carry Signal occurs (1) When count range maximum value of 2,147,483,647 is reached during Linear Count. (2) When maximum value of Ring Count changed to the minimum value during Ring Count. 2. Count when Carry Signal occurs (1) Count stops if Carry occurs during Linear Count. (2) Count does not stop even if Carry occurs during Ring Count. 3. Carry reset The Carry generated can be cancelled by Carry/Borrow reset signal On. As mentioned below, no cleared. Count Mode Decsription Linear Count In case current count value 2,147,483,647 Current count change to minimum value of ring count by occuring carry. it makes Ring Count present value keep. 2.4.6 Borrow Signal 1. Borrow signal occurs (1) When count range minimum value of -2,147,483,648 is reached during Linear Count. (2) When minimum value of Ring Count changed to the maximum value during Ring Count user-defined Ring Count minimum value maximum value. 2. Count when Borrow signal occurs (1) Count stops if Borrow occurs during Linear Count. (2) Count does not stop even if Borrow occurs during Ring Count.. 3. Borrow reset The Borrow generated can be cancelled by Carry/Borrow reset signal On. As mentioned below, no cleared. Count Mode Decsription Linear Count In case current count value -2,147,483,648 Current count change to maximum -1 of value of ring count by occuring borrow. it makes Ring Count present value keep. 2-24 Chapter 2 Specifications 2.4.7 Auxiliary mode High Speed counter module provides 6 auxiliary modes as well as basic count function and compared output function. In order to use the auxiliary modes, auxiliary mode enable signal is to be “On”. Notes (1) To use auxiliary function by program, turn off the external auxiliary mode and turn on Enable Auxiliary (2) To use auxiliary function by an external signal, turn on the external auxiliary mode and turn on External auxiliary input signal (GATE). 1. Count clear (1) When Auxiliary Mode enable signal is On, present count value is set to 0. (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 1 ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On. Current count 400 300 Count start 0 -200 Auxiliary Enable Now running 2-25 Chapter 2 Specifications 2. Count Latch (1) When auxiliary mode enable signal is On, present count value is latched (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 2 ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On Current count 400 300 Count start 0 -200 Latch count 400 300 0 -200 0 Auxiliary Enable Now running 2-26 Chapter 2 Specifications 3. Sampling Count (1) When auxiliary mode enable signal is On, it counts for a specified time. (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 3 ? Time setting ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On (3) Display during auxiliary mode operation Sampling Count function operates for a specified time when auxiliary mode enable signal is On, and the auxiliary mode in progress signal is On at the same time. Current count 400 300 Count start 0 -200 Sampling count 430 230 0 -260 Auxiliary enable Setting time Setting time Setting time Now runing 2-27 Chapter 2 Specifications 4. Input Frequency Measure (1) While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, it indicates frequency of input pulse. Unit of input frequency conforms to setting of frequency unit. (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 4 ? Set frequency unit ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On. (3) Frequency input mode can be specified as below, whose update cycle and resolution will be decided based on the applicable mode. Frequency unit setting Unit [Hz] Updated cycle [ms] 0 1 1000 1 10 100 2 100 10 3 1000 1 (4) Display during auxiliary mode operation While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, Now Running signal is on Current count 700 600 400 350 300 190 100 Count start 0 Input freq. 300 250 210 100 0 Cycle Cycle Cycle Cycle Auxiliary Enable Now running ? On the figure, unit is 1Hz and updated cycle is 1000msec. 2-28 Chapter 2 Specifications 5. Revolution/Unit time (1) While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, it calculates the number of input pulses for a specified time and indicates the revolution/unit time. To use this function, setting time and No. of pulse/revolution should be set. (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 5 setting ? Time setting, No. of pulse/revolution ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On. (3) With the number of pulses per revolution input and time set to 1 minute (60000ms), the value of RPM is displayed. (4) Display during auxiliary mode operation While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, Now Running signal is on Current count 700 600 400 350 300 190 100 Count start 0 Revolution/Unit time 30 25 21 10 0 Setting time Setting time Setting time Setting time Enable auxiliary Now running ? On the figure, the number of pulse/revolution is set to be 10. 2-29 Chapter 2 Specifications 6. Count Disable (1) While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, count operation stops. (2) Setting method Set auxiliary mode setting mode to 6 ? Auxiliary mode enable signal On (3) Display during auxiliary mode operation While auxiliary mode enable signal is On, Now Running signal is on Current count 300 100 Count start 0 -200 Enable auxiliary Now running 2-30 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.1 Installation 3.1.1 Installation environment This product is of high reliance regardless of installation environment. However, for the sake of reliance and stability of the system, please pay attention to those precautions described below. (1) Environmental conditions (a) To be installed on the control panel waterproof and dustproof. (b) No continuous shocks or vibration will be expected. (c) Not to be exposed to the direct sunlight. (d) No dew should be caused by rapid temperature change. (e) Ambient temperature should be kept 0 - 55 ?. (2) Installation work (a) No wiring waste is allowed inside PLC when wiring or drilling screw holes. (b) To be installed on a good location to work on. (c) Don’t let it installed on the same panel as a high-voltage device is on. (d) Duct or surrounded module should be farther than 50cm from the HSC. (e) Make sure that the FG terminal is grounded. 3.1.2 Handling precautions Precautions for handling High Speed counter module are as described below from the opening to the installation. (1) Don’t let it dropped or shocked hard. (2)Don’t remove PCB from the case. It will cause abnormal operation (3) Don’t let any foreign materials including wiring waste inside the top of the module when wiring. Remove foreign materials if any inside. (4) Don’t install or remove the module while powered On. 3-1 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.2 Wiring Precautions 3.2.1 Wiring Precautions (1) Pay attention to do action about external noise during wiring for the pulse input of the high counter module. (2) Surely use twisted pair shielded cable, grounded with 3 class applied. (3) Keep away from power cable or I/O line which may cause noise. (4) Connect A-phase only for 1-phase input. (5) Please take the wiring with consideration the maximum output distance of pulse generator. 3-2 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.2.2 Example of DC5V voltage output wiring - If the pulse generator is voltage output type, example of wiring with HSC is as shown below; - The wiring will be the same if the pulse generator (Encoder or Manual pulse generator) of voltage output type is used through Totem Pole output. XBF-HO02A Pulse Generator AA2244VV AA1122VV Twist Shield Cable A Phase OUTA AA55VV AAC_OCM BB2244VV BB1122VV Twist Shield Cable B Phase OUTB BB55VV BBC_OCM PP2244VV Switch F.G 0V 5V PP1122VV PPRREESSEETT PP55VV PPC_OCM - + - + GG2244VV DC 5V DC 5V GG1122VV GGAATTEE GG55VV GGC_OCM - + DC 5V OOUUTT00 LL OUT1 LL OUT1 24V 24V + DC 24V - 24G 24G 3-3 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.2.3 Example of DC12V NPN Open Collector output wiring This is the wiring example which it used the pulse generator (Encoder or Manual pulse generator) of NPN Open Collector output type. Pulse Generator XBF-HO02A AA2244VV Twist Shield Cable AA1122VV A Phase OUTA AA55VV AAC_OCM BB2244VV Twist Shield Cable BB1122VV B Phase OUTB BB55VV BBC_OCM Switch F.G 12V 0V PP2244VV PP1122VV PPRREESSEETT PP55VV PPC_OCM DC 12V - + GG2244VV DC 12V GG1122VV GGAATTEE GG55VV GGC_OCM - + DC 12V LL OOUUTT00 OUT1 LL OUT1 24V 24V + DC 24V - 2244GG 3-4 + - Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring Remark In case external line noise environment, Between pulse generator(encoder or manual pulse generator) and HSC wiring need to attach a resistance by noise to protect malfunction as below the wiring example. (External Pull Up Resistance use to adjust specification of external device.) Pulse generator XBF-HO02A AA2244VV Twist Shield Cable OUTA AA1122VV AA ? Phase AA55VV AAC_OCM BB2244VV Twist Shield Cable BB1122VV BB ? Phase OUTB BB55VV BBC_OCM Switch F.G 0V PP2244VV PP1122VV PPRREESSEETT PP55VV 820R,1/2W DC 24V PPC_OCM - + GG2244VV DC 12V GG1122VV GGAATTEE GG55VV GGC_OCM - + DC 12V LL OOUUTT00 OUT1 LL OUT1 24V 24V + DC 24V - 24G 24G 3-5 + - Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.2.4 Example of DC24V PNP Open Collector output wiring This is the wiring example which it used the pulse generator (Encoder or Manual pulse generator) of PNP Open Collector output type. Pulse Generator XBF-HO02A A24V A12V Phase A Twist Shield Cable OUTA A5V ACOM B24V B12V Phase B Twist Shield Cable OUTB B5V BCOM P24V Switch P12V Preset P5V F.G 0V - + PCOM DC 5V G24V G12V Gate G5V - + - + GCOM DC 5V DC 24V OUT0 L OUT1 L 24V + DC 24V - 24G 3-6 Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring 3.2.5 Example of Line Driver output wiring This is the wiring example which it used the pulse generator (Encoder or Manual pulse generator) of RS-422A Line Driver (5V level) output type. XBF-HD02A Pulse Generator Vcc Twist Shield Cable OUTA+ AI+ OUTA- AI- Vcc Twist Shield Cable BI+ OUTB+ OUTB- BI- F.G 5V DC 5V 0V Remark In case of 24V Level Line Driver, please connect to AII+, AII-, BII+, BII- terminal. Be careful wiring and you must consider maximum output distance of pulse generator. 3-7 + - Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring Operation setting and monitor functions of XG5000 program will be described in this chapter among operation methods of High-speed counter module. 4.1 XG5000 Excution 4.1.1 Execution and Connection of XG5000 1) After XG5000 installed, click XG5000 execution icon to display the initial screen of XG5000 program as shown below. 2) On the [Project] menu, click [New Project] or on the icon menu to display the screen as shown below. XGB CPU setting. 4-1 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 3) Project screen is as below. Project screen of XBM series Project screen of XBC series 4-2 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring Project screen of XEC series 4) If a project is created, click [Online]-[Connection Settings] or on the icon menu to specify the connection method and connection stage, and then click [Settings] to specify the communication port and the communication speed(115,200). 5) After all settings complete, click [Online]-[Connect] or on the icon menu. Click [Communication] tab on [Message Window] to check the connection. 4-3 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4.2 Parameters Setting This description is based on XG5000 Project of XBC series, because it is the same to parameter setting method of XBM/XBC/XEC series. 4.1.2 Parameters setting 1) Double-click [I/O parameters] on the [Project Window] to the left of the project created on XG5000. 2) If [I/O parameters setting] window is displayed, click the module area of the applicable slot to select the applicable module 4-4 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 3) Double-click the applicable slot selected to specify the parameters, or click [Details] to display the screen where parameters can be set. 4) Set parameters as necessary for operation on the parameters setting window. ? You must make the scan program to change paramerter of the high speed counter module during CPU RUN mode. 4-5 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4.3 Monitoring and Test This description is based on XG5000 Project of XBC series, because it is the same to parameter setting method of XBM/XBC/XEC series. 4.3.1 Monitoring and Test 1) After connected to PLC CPU through XG5000, click [Online]-[Special Module Monitoring] or on the icon menu to display the screen as shown below. 2) On the module list dialog box, the special modules presently installed on PLC system will be displayed. 4-6 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 3) Select the applicable module and click the monitoring button to display the monitoring/ test screen as shown below, whose functions are as follows; • On the upper monitoring screen, each special module’s monitoring item values are displayed. • On the bottom test screen, each module’s parameter items can be changed individually. If you click TEST button, setting values is applied to current value. Remark (1) It is applied to only test operation to the parameter which changed by Test button. If test operation is concluded, the high speed counter module is operated by the parameter which was set by I/O parameter or by the scan program. (2)If PLC CPU module is STOP mode, it is available to test operation and monitoring function. But in case of RUN mode, it is available only to monitoring function. 4-7 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4) In order to monitor the I/O contact status, click the applicable channel’s flag monitoring button to display the monitoring screen where each I/O contact status can be checked. 4-8 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4.4 Registration of U Devices It is described to the method to register automatically U devices in XG5000 Project of XBC series. 4.4.1 Variable/Comment screen If you double click [Variables/Comment] of [Project Window], variables and comments which was registered already are displayed. 4-9 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4.4.2 Registration of U Devices 5) Select [Edit] ? [Register U Device]. ( First, [Variable/Comment] window has to be executed. ) 6) Click [Yes] to complete the U device registration that is set at [I/O parameter setting] 4-10 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4-11 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 4.5 Registration of Special module variable It is described to the method to register automatically variables[Global variables/Constants] of high speed counter module in XG5000 Project of XEC series. 4.5.1 Global/Direct Variables screen If you double click [Global/direct Variables] of [Project Window], variables and comments which was registered already are displayed. 4.5.2 Registration of the special module variables 7) Select [Edit] ? [Register Special Module variables]. ( First, [Global/Direct Variables] window has to be executed. ) 4-12 Chapter 4 Operation Procedures and Monitoring 8) Click [Yes] to complete the special module variables registration that is set at [I/O parameter setting] 4-13 Chapter 5 Internal Memory & I/O Signals Chapter 5 Internal Memory & I/O Signals 5.1 Internal Memory High Speed Counter has the internal memory used for data “Write/Read” to/from PLC CPU. The commands used for “Write” from PLC CPU to High Speed Counter?s internal memory are PUT and PUTP, and the commands used for “Read” are GET and GETP. Configuration of the internal memory and the data is as described below. 5.1.1 Configuration of the internal memory (1) Input setting area Internal memory address Data setting Details range Channel 0 Channel 1 0 25 Select counter mode 0 ~ 1 1 26 Select pulse input mode 0 ~ 7 2 27 -2147483648~ Set preset value 2147483648 3 28 4 29 -2147483648~ Minimum value of Ring count 2147483648 5 30 6 31 -2147483648~ Maximum value of Ring count 2147483648 7 32 8 33 Select OUT 0 type 0 ~ 6 9 34 Select OUT 1 type 0 ~ 6 10 35 OUT0 compared based value (single-compared)/ -2147483648~ minimum setting value (section compared) 2147483648 11 36 12 37 OUT0 compared based value maximum setting value -2147483648~ (section- compared) 2147483648 13 38 14 39 OUT1 compared based value (single-compared)/ -2147483648~ minimum setting value (section-compared) 2147483648 15 40 16 41 -2147483648~ OUT1 compared based value maximum setting value (section-compared) 2147483648 17 42 18 43 Select auxiliary mode 0 ~ 6 19 44 Sampling count time setting or Revolution/Unit time setting 0 ~ 60000 20 45 Revolutions per hour function, pulses per revolution input 0 ~ 60000 21 46 Select frequency display mode 0 ~ 3 22 47 Select Low Active or High Active 0 ~ 1 23 48 Define output status when PLC CPU stops 0 ~ 1 (2) Output area of error code Internal memory address Details Command Channel 0 Channel 1 51 Error code (channel 0, channel 1 common) GET 5-1 Chapter 5 Internal Memory & I/O Signals 5.1.2 Details & Data Configuration (1) Count mode setting (CH0: 0 address, CH1: 25 address) Setting value Details 0 Linear count 1 Ring count (2) Pulse input mode setting (CH0: 1 address, CH1: 26 address) Setting value Details 0 2-phase 1-multiplication 1 2-phase 2-multiplication 2 2-phase 4-multiplication 3 CW / CCW 4 1-phase, 1-input, 1-multiplication 5 1-phase, 1-input, 2-multiplication 6 1-phase, 2-input, 1-multiplication 7 1-phase, 2-input, 2-multiplication (3) Comparison output types (CH0: 8, 9 address, CH1: 33, 34 address) Setting value Details 0 If present value < compared reference value, OUT ? is On 1 If present value =< compared reference value, OUT ? is On 2 If present value = compared reference value, OUT ? is On 3 If present value >= compared reference value, OUT ? is On 4 If present value > compared reference value, OUT ? is On 5 If compared minimum value =< present value =< compared maximum value, OUT ? is On 6 If compared minimum value >= present value, present value >= compared maximum value, OUT ? is On ? Here, ? means 0 or 1. (4) Auxiliary mode setting (CH0: 18 address, CH1: 43 address) Setting value Details 0 Auxiliary mode is not used 1 Count Clear 2 Count Latch 3 Sampling Count 4 Input Frequency Measure 5 Revolution/Unit time 6 Count Disable (5) Frequency mode setting (CH0: 21 address, CH1: 46 address) Setting value Details 0 1 Hz unit displayed 1 10 Hz unit displayed 2 100 Hz unit displayed 3 1000 unit displayed ( = 1kHz ) (6) Input pulse level setting (CH0: 22 address, CH1: 47 address) Setting value Details 0 Output disable 1 Output kept as it is (7) Output status setting at PLC stop (CH0: 23 address, CH1 : 48 address) Setting value Details 0 Output disable 1 Output kept as it is 5-2 Chapter 5 Internal Memory & I/O Signals 5.2 I/O Signals (1) Output setting area Channel 0 Channel 1 Details Uxy.02 ~ Uxy.03 Uxy.12 ~ Uxy.13 Present count value Uxy.04 ~ Uxy.05 Uxy.14 ~ Uxy.15 Latch count value Uxy.06 ~ Uxy.07 Uxy.16 ~ Uxy.17 Sampling count value Uxy.08 ~ Uxy.09 Uxy.18 ~ Uxy.19 Input frequency value Uxy.10 ~ Uxy.11 Uxy.20 ~ Uxy.21 Revolutions per hour value ? Here, „xy? stands for the position High Speed Counter module is installed on. (xy => x:base no., y:slot no.) (2) Operation status display and Operation command area PLC <- High Speed Counter PLC -> High Speed Counter CH Signal Details Signal Details Uxy.00.0 Up/Down count status Uxy.23.0 Count operation enable signal (Level) Uxy.00.1 External preset input flag Uxy.23.1 Preset enable signal (edge) Uxy.00.2 - Uxy.23.2 Up/Down count setting signal (Level) Uxy.00.3 Carry flag Uxy.23.3 Auxiliary function use command(edge/ level) Uxy.00.4 Borrow flag Uxy.23.4 Compared function use command(Level) Uxy.00.5 Flag during auxiliary mode Uxy.23.5 Compared output external terminal enabled signal(Level) Uxy.00.6 OUT0 output signal Uxy.23.6 OUT0 coincidence output reset signal (Edge) Uxy.00.7 OUT1 output signal Uxy.23.7 OUT1 coincidence output reset signal (Edge) CH0 Uxy.00.8 - Uxy.23.8 - Uxy.00.9 - Uxy.23.9 - Uxy.00.A - Uxy.23.A Carry/Borrow reset signal (Edge) Uxy.00.B - Uxy.23.B Preset external input setting signal(Level) External auxiliary function selection (Level) Uxy.00.C - Uxy.23.C Uxy.00.D - Uxy.23.D External input preset flag reset signal(Edge) Uxy.00.E Error flag Uxy.23.E - Uxy.00.F Module Ready Uxy.23.F - Uxy.01.0 Up/Down count status Uxy.24.0 Count operation enable signal (Level) Uxy.01.1 External preset input flag Uxy.24.1 Preset enable signal (edge) Uxy.01.2 - Uxy.24.2 Up/Down count setting signal (Level) Uxy.01.3 Carry flag Uxy.24.3 Auxiliary function use command (edge/ level) Uxy.01.4 Borrow flag Uxy.24.4 Compared function use command (Level) Uxy.01.5 Flag during auxiliary mode Uxy.24.5 Compared output external terminal enabled signal (Level) Uxy.01.6 OUT0 output signal Uxy.24.6 OUT0 coincidence output reset signal (Edge) Uxy.01.7 OUT1 output signal Uxy.24.7 OUT1 coincidence output reset signal (Edge) CH1 Uxy.01.8 - Uxy.24.8 - Uxy.01.9 - Uxy.24.9 - Uxy.01.A - Uxy.24.A Carry/Borrow reset signal (Edge) Uxy.01.B - Uxy.24.B Preset external input setting signal (Level) Uxy.01.C - Uxy.24.C External auxiliary function selection (Level) Uxy.01.D - Uxy.24.D External input preset flag reset signal(Edge) Uxy.01.E Error flag Uxy.24.E - Uxy.01.F - Uxy.24.F - ?Here, the size of Uxy.ab is 1 word and the size of Uxy.ab.i is 1 bit. 5-3 Chapter 6 Global Constant and Global Variable Chapter 6 Global Constant and Global Variable It is described to global constant and global variable for XEC series. Remark It is terminology for XGB IEC type PLC series to Global constant(VAL_GLOBAL_CONST) and Global variable(VAL_GLOBAL). In XBM/XBC series, global constant is equivalent to the internal memory, global variable is to input/output signal(U device). 6.1 Global Constant CPU module of XEC series are sharing the global constant area for the data transmission and receiving. It is PUT_### for the function block to transmit the data form XEC CPU module to the global constant area of the high speed counter module, the receiving function block is GET_###. About PUT_###, GET_### function block, please refer to the „chapter 7 Programming?. 6.1.1 The configuration of Global Constant 1. Input data Channel 0 Const Contents Data setting range Channel 1 Value _Fxy_CH0_CNT_MODE 00 Count types 0 or 1 _Fxy_CH1_CNT_MODE 25 _Fxy_CH0_PLS_MODE 01 Pulse input types 0 ~ 7 _Fxy_CH1_PLS_MODE 26 _Fxy_CH0_PRESET 02 -2147483648 ~ Preset value _Fxy_CH1_PRESET 27 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_RING_MIN 04 -2147483648 ~ Ring count minimum value _Fxy_CH1_RING_MIN 29 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_RING_MAX 06 -2147483648 ~ Ring count maximum value _Fxy_CH1_RING_MAX 31 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_CP0_MODE 08 Type of comparison output 0 0 ~ 6 _Fxy_CH1_CP0_MODE 33 _Fxy_CH0_CP1_MODE 09 Type of comparison output 1 0 ~ 6 _Fxy_CH1_CP1_MODE 34 _Fxy_CH0_CP0_MIN 10 Comparison reference value of comparison output -2147483648 ~ _Fxy_CH1_CP0_MIN 35 0(single comparison)/minimum value(section comparison) 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_CP0_MAX 12 Maximum value of comparison output 0 (section -2147483648 ~ _Fxy_CH1_CP0_MAX 37 comparison ) 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_CP1_MIN 14 Comparison reference value of comparison output -2147483648 ~ _Fxy_CH1_CP1_MIN 39 1(single comparison)/minimum value(section comparison) 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_CP1_MAX 16 Maximum value of comparison output 1 (section -2147483648 ~ _Fxy_CH1_CP1_MAX 41 comparison ) 2147483647 _Fxy_CH0_AUX_MODE 18 Type of additional function 0 ~ 6 _Fxy_CH1_AUX_MODE 43 _Fxy_CH0_PERIOD 19 Setting time of sampling count or of setting time 0 ~ 60000 _Fxy_CH1_PERIOD 44 “revolution per unit time” _Fxy_CH0_REV_UNIT 20 Pulse per 1 rotation of “revolution per unit time” 0 ~ 60000 _Fxy_CH1_REV_UNIT 45 _Fxy_CH0_FREQ_MODE 21 Frequency display unit of “input frequency measure” 0 ~ 3 _Fxy_CH1_FREQ_MODE 46 _Fxy_CH0_PLS_LVL 22 Select Low Active or High Active 0 ~ 1 _Fxy_CH1_PLS_LVL 47 _Fxy_CH0_PLCSTOP_OUT_EN 23 Define output status when PLC CPU stops 0 ~ 1 _Fxy_CH1_PLCSTOP_OUT_EN 48 6-1 Chapter 6 Global Constant and Global Variable Remark (1) „Fxy? : „x? means the base number of the high speed counter module, „y? means the slot number of it. (2) Constant value can not be modified, because it is the address of input data area. (3) Constant value is the same as the internal memory address of XBM/XBC series. 2. Output area of the error code Channel 0 Constant Contents Function Block value Channel 1 _Fxy_ERR_CODE 51 Error code (channel 0, channel 1 common) GET_### 6.1.2 The Configuration and Contents of Data 1. Count types (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_CNT_MODE, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_CNT_MODE) Setting value Contents 0 Linear count 1 Ring count 2. Pulse input types (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_PLS_MODE, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_PLS_MODE) Setting value Contents 0 2 phase 1 multiplier 1 2 phase 2 multiplier 2 2 phase 4 multiplier 3 CW/CCW 4 1 phase /1 input /1 multiplier 5 1 phase /1 input /2 multiplier 6 1 phase /2 input /1 multiplier 7 1 phase /2 input /2 multiplier 3. Comparison output types (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_CP?_MODE, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_CP?_MODE) Setting Contents value 0 In case of current count value < comparison reference value, OUT? is On 1 In case of current count value ? comparison reference value, OUT? is On 2 In case of current count value = comparison reference value, OUT? is On 3 In case of current count value ? comparison reference value, OUT? is On 4 In case of current count value > comparison reference value, OUT? is On 5 In case of comparison minimum value ? current count value ? comparison maximum value, OUT? is On 6 In case of comparison minimum value ? current count value, current count value ? comparison maximum value, OUT? is On ? Here, ? means 0 or 1. 4. Additional function types (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_AUX_MODE, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_AUX_MODE) Setting value Contents 0 Not used 1 Count clear 2 Count latch 3 Sampling count 4 Input frequency measure 5 Revolution measure per unit time 6 Count disable 6-2 Chapter 6 Global Constant and Global Variable 5. The frequency display unit of input frequency measure (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_FREQ_MODE, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_FREQ_MODE) Setting value Contents 0 1Hz 1 10Hz 2 100Hz 3 1000Hz(=1kHz) 6. Setting area of comparison output status Constant Contents Default value 0 Low Active Low Active 1 High Active 7. When XGB CPU module is STOP mode, comparison output status (channel 0: _Fxy_CH0_PLCSTOP_OUT_EN, channel 1: _Fxy_CH1_PLCSTOP_OUT_EN) Constant Contents value 0 Output disable 1 Ouput preservation 6-3 Chapter 6 Global Constant and Global Variable 6.2 Global Variable 1. The range of output data Channel 0 Channel 1 Contents _xy_CH0_CNT _xy_CH1_CNT Current count value _xy_CH0_FRQ _xy_CH1_FRQ Count latch _xy_CH0_LTH _xy_CH1_LTH Sampling count _xy_CH0_RNG _xy_CH1_RNG Input frequency count _xy_CH0_RPU _xy_CH1_RPU Revolution per unit time Remark (1) Here, „x? means the base number which the high speed counter module is mounted, and „y? means the slot number of it. (2) It is double word (dword) to the data type of the range of output data. 2. The display of operation status and the range of operation command Output (CPU Module ? High speed counter) Input (CPU Module ? High speed counter) Channel Status Contents Command Contents _xy_CH0_DN Count Up/Down status _xy_CH0_CNTEN Count enable (level) Input detection of Preset enable (edge) _xy_CH0_EXTPRE _xy_CH0_PREEN external preset _xy_CH0_CRY Carry detection _xy_CH0_DWNCNT Up/Down count selection (level) Borrow detection Additional function enable(level/edge) _xy_CH0_BRW _xy_CH0_AUXEN In operation of additional Comparison enable (level) _xy_CH0_AUXING _xy_CH0_CMPEN function The status of Comparison output enable (level) _xy_CH0_CMPOUT0 _xy_CH0_OUTEN comparison output 0 Channel0 The status of Equal (=) reset of comparison _xy_CH0_CMPOUT1 _xy_CH0_EQ0RST comparison output 1 output 0 (edge) Equal (=) reset of comparison Error detection _xy_CH0_ERR _xy_CH0_EQ1RST output 1 (edge) Module ready Carry/Borrow reset (edge) _xy_RDY _xy_CH0_CRTBRW_RST - External preset selection (edge) - _xy_CH0_EXTPST_EN Selection of external additional - - _xy_CH0_EXTAUX_EN function (edge) - Detection reset of external preset(edge) - _xy_CH0_EXTPST_RST _xy_CH1_DN Count Up/Down status _xy_CH1_CNTEN Count enable (level) Input detection of Preset enable (edge) _xy_CH1_EXTPRE _xy_CH1_PREEN external preset _xy_CH1_CRY Carry detection _xy_CH1_DWNCNT Up/Down count selection (level) Borrow detection Additional function enable(level/edge) _xy_CH1_BRW _xy_CH1_AUXEN In operation of additional Comparison enable (level) _xy_CH1_AUXING _xy_CH1_CMPEN function The status of Comparison output enable (level) _xy_CH1_CMPOUT0 _xy_CH1_OUTEN comparison output 0 Channel1 The status of Equal (=) reset of comparison _xy_CH1_CMPOUT1 _xy_CH1_EQ0RST comparison output 1 output 0 (edge) Equal (=) reset of comparison Error detection _xy_CH1_ERR _xy_CH1_EQ1RST output 1 (edge) Carry/Borrow reset (edge) - - _xy_CH1_CRTBRW_RST External preset selection (edge) - - _xy_CH1_EXTPST_EN Selection of external additional - - _xy_CH1_EXTAUX_EN function (edge) Detection reset of external preset(edge) - - _xy_CH1_EXTPST_RST Remark It is bool type to the data type of the display of operation status and the range of operation command. 6-4 Chapter 7 Programming Chapter 7 Programming Here describes how to program by using instruction (XBM/XBC series) or function block (XEC) at scan program of XG5000 7.1 Instruction and Function Block Here describes instruction and function block to read and write data of HSC module at XGB CPU module. Remark There is difference on terminology used in XBM/XBC series and XEC series. The following table indicates the relation of terminology used in HSC module. XBM/XBC series XEC series Instruction Function Block Internal memory Global constant I/O signal (U device) Global variable Device Variable F area Flag 7.1.1 Instruction of XBM/XBC series 1. GET/GETP instruction It is an instruction used to read the details of High Speed counter module’s internal memory to PLC CPU. The read data can be saved on PLC CPU memory (except F area). (1) Operation of GET/GETP instruction GET Level Always executed with execution condition On GETP Edge Executed with execution condition of operation start (2) Configuration of GET/GETP Instruction Execution condition GG EE TT hn 01 008 n 2 5 D n0 30015 n 4 2 Type Description Area Available Type Hexadecimal is n1 Slot No. the special module is installed on Integer recommended Start address of special module’s operation parameters setting area to n2 Integer read data n3 Device’s start address with saved data to read M, P, K, L, T, C, D, #D n4 Number of words data to read Integer 7-1 Chapter 7 Program (a) How to set base and slot number 1) Basic base Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 h00 h01 h02 h03 h04 (3) Use of GET/GETP instruction (a) HSC module is installed at slot 8 of basic base and While M00000 is On, it transmits the data (data1, data2) of internal memory 5 and 6 to D00015 and D00016. XGB CPU module HSC module D area Internal memory Data D00015 5 Data1 D00016 6 Data2 M00000 GET h0008 5 D00015 2 (b) It transmits data at rising edge of M00000. M00000 GETP h0008 5 D00015 2 (c) HSC module is installed at slot 4 of extension base stage 2. While M00001 is on, it transmits data of internal memory 10 ~ 15 to D00001 ~ D00006. XBM/XBC CPU HSC module module D area Internal memory data D00001 10 Data 1 D00002 11 Data 2 D00003 12 data 3 D00004 13 Data 4 D00005 14 Data 5 D00006 15 Data 6 M00001 GET h0024 10 D00001 6 7 -2 Chapter 7 Programming 2. PUT/PUTP instruction Instruction to write data from XGB CPU module to internal memory area (1) PUT/PUTP instruction PUT Level Always executed with execution condition On PUTP Edge Executed with execution condition of operation Start (2) Configuration of PUT/PUTP instruction Execution condition PUT n1 n2 n3 n4 Type Description Available area Reference n1 Slot No. the special module is installed on Integer Hexadecimal is recommended n2 Start address of special module’s internal memory to write data. Integer n3 Device’s start address or integer with saved data to write. M, P, K, L, T, C, D, #D Number of words data to write n4 Integer (a) Base and slot number setting method It is same with GET/GETP instruction (3) Use of PUT/PUTP instruction (a) HSC module is equipped at 1 slot of basic base. While M0000 is On, it transmits data of D00000 (data1) to internal memory address 1 XGB CPU module HSC module Data D area Internal memory Data1 D00000 1 M00000 PUT h0001 1 D00000 1 (b) It transmits data at the rising edge of M0000 M00000 PUTP h0001 1 D00000 1 7-3 Chapter 7 Program 7.1.2 Function Block of XEC 1. GET function block Function Block to read data of Global constant area at XEC CPU module. That data can be saved at variable area of XEC CPU module (Except flag area). (1) GET function block configuration Function block Classification Variable Description REQ Request execution GET_### BASE Base where HSC module is equipped Input BOOL REQ DONE BOOL SLOT Slot where HSC module is equipped USINT BASE STAT UINT MADDR Global constant area USINT SLOT DATA ### DONE Function Block execution status UINT MADDR Output STAT Error information DATA Output data Remark (1) ‘###’ means that WORD, DWORD, INT, UINT, DINT, UDINT type is available. (2) For ‘REQ’, edge signal or level signal is available. (3) For ‘MADDR’, Global constant or integer is available. (4) ‘Output data’ is data read from Global constant. (5) In case of XGR, HSC module should be equipped at extension base. Function block is classified as follows according to output variable type. Function Block Output variable type Operation description GET_WORD WORD Reads WORD data from Global constant area (MADDR). GET_DWORD DWORD Reads DWORD data from Global constant area (MADDR). GET_INT INT Reads INT data from Global constant area (MADDR). GET_UINT UINT Reads UINT data from Global constant area (MADDR). GET_DINT DINT Reads DINT data from Global constant area (MADDR). GET_UDINT UDINT Reads UDINT data from Global constant area (MADDR). (2) Use of GET function block (a) HSC module is equipped at slot 8 of basic base. While ‘Read1’ is on, it transmits data of ‘_F01_CH0_CNT_ MODE‘ to ‘Output data1’ XEC CPU module HSC module Input variable (MADDR) Output variable (DATA) Global variable Constant value Data Output data1 _F01_CH0_CNT_MODE 0 Data1 Read1 GET_WORD GET_WORD Read1 ??1 ??1 REQ DONE REQDONE 0 BASE STAT 0BASESTAT 1 SLOT DATA ? ?? ??1 1SLOTDATA? ????1 OutputData1 OutputData1 _F01_CH0 MADDR 0MADDR _CNT_MODE Remark (1) Results of above two examples are same. (2) For detail of Global variable, refer to XG5000 user manual. 7 -4 Chapter 7 Programming (b) It transmits data at the rising edge of execution condition Read1 GET_WORD ??1 P REQ DONE 0 BASE STAT 1 SLOT DATA ? ?? ??1 OutputData1 _F01_CH0 MADDR _CNT_MODE 2. PUT function block Function Block to write the data into Global constant area at XEC CPU module. (1) Configuration of PUT function block Function Block classification Variable Description REQ Request execution PUT_### BASE Base where HSC module is equipped BOOL REQ DONE BOOL Input SLOT Slot where HSC module is equipped USINT BASE STAT UINT MADDR Global constant area USINT SLOT DATA Input data UINT MADDR DONE Function block execution status ### DATA Output STAT Error information Remark (1) ‘###’ means that WORD, DWORD, INT, UINT, DINT, UDINT type is available. (2) For ‘REQ’, edge signal or level signal is available. (3) For ‘MADDR’, Global constant or integer is available. (4) ‘Output data’ is data read from Global constant. (5) In case of XGR, HSC module should be equipped at extension base. Function block is classified as follows according to output variable type. Function block Input variable type Operation description PUT_WORD WORD Writes WORD data to Global constant area (MADDR). PUT_DWORD DWORD Writes DWORD data to Global constant area (MADDR). PUT_INT INT Writes INT data to Global constant area (MADDR). PUT_UINT UINT Writes UINT data to Global constant area (MADDR). PUT_DINT DINT Writes DINT data to Global constant area (MADDR). PUT_UDINT UDINT Writes UDINT data to Global constant area (MADDR). (2) Use of PUT function block (a) HSC module is equipped at slot 10 of basic base. While ‘Write1’ is on, it transmits data (Data1) of ‘InputData1’ to ‘_F0A_CH0_CNT_MODE‘. XGB CPU module HSC module Input variable (MADDR) Data Input variable (DATA) Global constant Constant value Data1 InputData1 _F0A_CH0_CNT_MODE 0 7-5 Chapter 7 Program PUT_WORD PUT_WORD Write1 Write1 REQ DONE REQDONE 0 0 BASE STAT BASESTAT 10 10 SLOT SLOT _F0A_CH0 0 MADDR MADDR _CNT_MODE InputData1 DATA InputData1DATA Remark (1) Operations of above two examples are same. (2) For detail of Global variable, refer to ‘XG5000 user manual’. (b) It transmits data at the rising edge of execution condition PUT_WORD Write1 P REQ DONE 0 BASE STAT 10 SLOT _F0A_CH0 MADDR _CNT_MODE InputData1 DATA 7 -6 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2 Program 1. XGB system is explained referring to the following system HSC module is equipped at slot 1 of basic base. 7.2.1 Count mode setting Example explaing how to set Ring Count Min. and Max. As for setting method by ‘I/O Parameter’, refer to Chapter 4. 1. Setting content Parameter CH0 CH1 Count mode 1: Ring counter 1: Ring counter Ring counter min. 0 0 Ring counter max. 100000 100000 2. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series 7-7 Chapter 7 Program (2) Scan program of XECseries. 7 -8 Chapter 7 Programming Remark (1) Since instruction PUT (Function Block PUT_DWORD) is used at scan program example of XBM/XBC (XEC) series, while input contact point is On, data is transmitted into HSC module. So, if data is changed, it is transmitted into HSC module automatically. (2) If you program as follows, its operation become different with program example. (a) If input contant point of function block is on and execution of function block is compete, ‘DONE’ becomes 1. Namely, front function block and back function block are not executed simutaneouly and from left to right, they are executed sequently. (b) If input variable of function block is set uncorrectoly and error occurs, ‘DONE’ doesn’t become 1. Namely, if error occurs at front function block, back function block is not executed. (3) Integer can be inserted into ‘MADDR’ instead of global constant. The operation of the following program is same with that of the front example. (a) For integer corresponding to global constant, refer to Chapter 6. (b) On the next program example, scan program example using integer (constant) is omitted. 7-9 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.2 Pulse input mode setting Program example setting pulse input mode 1. Setting contents Parameter CH0 CH1 Pulse input mode 3: CW/CCW 3: CW/CCW 2. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (2) Scan program of XECseries 7 -10 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2.3 Counter check Program example checking current counter and operation by auxiliary function. 1. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (2) Scan program of XECseries Remark In Scan program of XGI/XGR, the number of cell is changed by using icon or ‘Change Columns’ of ‘View’ 7-11 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.4 Preset value setting and enable preset Program example about how to set preset value and enable preset 1. Setting content Parameter CH0 CH1 Preset value 1000 1000 2. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (2) Scan program of XEC 7 -12 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2.5 Enable counter Program example executing Enable counter 1. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (2) Scan program of XECseries 7.2.6 Carry/borrow detection reset Program example resetting the detected carry/borrow signal 1. Program (1) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (2) Scan program of XECseries 7-13 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.7 Auxiliary mode setting and Enable auxiliary function Program example setting auxiliary mode and executing Enable auxiliary function. You can check the operation result of auxiliary function at 7.2.3 Counter check. 1. Counter Clear When auxiliary function is on, change current counter as 0. (1) Setting contents Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 1: Counter Clear 1: Counter Clear (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XEC 7 -14 Chapter 7 Programming 2. Counter latch When Enable auxiliary is on, it indicates current counter at counter latch. (1) Setting contents Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 2: Counter latch 2: Counter latch (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7-15 Chapter 7 Program 3. Sampling Count Counter from when Enable auxiliary is on to setting time is indicated at sampling counter. (1) Setting content Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 3: Sampling Count 3: Sampling Count Range value 5000 5000 (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7 -16 Chapter 7 Programming 4. Input Freq. Measure While Enable auxiliary function is on, input pule is indicated at input frequency. Unit of input frequency is depending on setting of Frequency Mode. (1) Setting content Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 4: Input Freq. measure 4: Input Freq. measure Frequency Mode 1: 10Hz 1: 10Hz (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7-17 Chapter 7 Program 5. Revolution/Unit time While Enable auxiliary mode is on, input pulse is calculated and indicated at revolution/unit time. For revolution/unit time, Range value and Pulse/Rev value should be set. (1) Setting contents Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 5: Revolution/Unit time 5: Revolution/Unit time Range value 1000 1000 Pulse/Rev value 200 200 (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7 -18 Chapter 7 Programming 6. Counter Disable While Enable auxiliary is on, counting is not executed. (1) Setting contents Parameter CH0 CH1 Auxiliary mode 6: Count Disable 6: Count Disable (2) Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7-19 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.8 Up/down count selection Program example selecting UP/Down count when input pulse is set as 1 phase 1 input 1 mutiplication/2 multiplication 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7.2.9 Use of external preset signal Program examples allowing Enable preset by external preset signal and executing reset when external preset signal is detected 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7 -20 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2.10 Use of external auxiliary function signal Program example allowing Enable auxiliary function by external auxiliary function signal 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7-21 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.11 Type of comparison and comparison value setting Program example explain type of comparison and comparison value setting 1. Setting content CH0 CH1 Parameter Comp output 0 Comp output 1 Comp output 0 Comp output 1 Comp output mode 1: ? 5: ? ? 1: ? 5: ? ? Comp output min. 10 150 10 150 Comp output max. 150(No meaning) 300 150(No meaning) 300 2. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC seires 7 -22 Chapter 7 Programming (b) Scan program of XECseries 7-23 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.12 Enable comparison, Enable comparison output, Comparison agreement reset Program example executing Enable comparison, Enable comparison output, Comparison agreement reset 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XECseries 7 -24 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2.13 Comparison output status setting Program example setting status of comparison output when XGB (XBM/XBC/XEC) CPU module is STOP. 1. Setting content Parameter CH0, CH1 Comparison output status when XGB CPU module is STOP 1: Hold comparison output 2. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XEC series 7-25 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.14 Input pulse Active level setting Program example input pulse active level setting of HSC module. 1. Setting content Parameter Active Level CH0 Input pulse active level High Active CH1 Input pulse active level Low Active 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XEC series 7 -26 Chapter 7 Programming 7.2.15 Error status and error code Program example checking error status and error code occurred at HSC module 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series (b) Scan program of XEC series 7-27 Chapter 7 Program 7.2.16 Hold count when power fails Program example holding current count To prepare when PLC power is off, current count is saved every scan and if PLC power restart, preset operation is executed with the saved count. 1. Program (a) Scan program of XBM/XBC series 7 -28 Chapter 7 Programming (b) Scan program of XEC series 7-29 Chapter 7 Program Remark (1) In the program, timer (TON) is used for safe operation of Preset value setting and preset allowance (2) In scan program of XEC series, to hold data of ‘CH0 current count’ and ‘CH1 current count’ when PLC power is off, the following setting is necessary. (a) On [Basic Parameter], set Restart Method as Warm Restart. (b) On scan program, set ‘CH0 current count’ and ‘CH1 current count’ as Retain variable. 7 -30 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Chapter 8 Troubleshooting How to shoot the troubles on the high speed counter module will be described. Description 8.1 Error code CH0 CH1 Description RDY LED 10 Module error (ASIC Reset error) Blinks every 11 Module error (ASIC Memory error) 0.2 sec. 12 Module error (ASIC Register error) 20 120 Counter type range exceeded 21 121 Pulse input type range exceeded 22 122 Auxiliary Mode type range exceeded 23 123 Sampling Count value range exceeded 24 124 Compared output0 type range exceeded 25 125 Compared output1 type range exceeded 26 126 Preset value exceeded counter range 27 127 Ring counter minimum. value ? Ring counter maximum value input Blinks every 28 128 Compared output 0 minimum value exceeded maximum input range 1 sec 29 129 Compared output 0 maximum value exceeded maximum input range 30 130 Compared output 0 minimum value > compared output 0 maximum value set 31 131 Compared output 1 minimum value exceeded maximum input range 32 132 Compared output 1 maximum value exceeded maximum input range 33 133 Compared output 1 minimum value > compared output1 maximum value set 34 134 Pulses per revolution range exceeded 35 135 Frequency input mode range exceeded 36 136 Main unit stop Compared output retain parameter error Notes (1) If the module is normal, RDY LED is On. (2) If 2 or more errors occur, the module will save the first error code generated, and the displayed error will be first deleted to let the next error deleted. (3) In case of serious error which makes RDY LED blinks every 0.2 sec., let power Off ›On to delete the error. (4) In case of slight error which makes RDY LED blinks every 1 sec., the error can be deleted without power Off › On and the module can keep operating. (5) In case of slight error which makes RDY LED blinks every 1 sec, the parameter value causing the applicable error is not set on the module, with the existing parameter value kept as it is. 8-1 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.2 Troubleshooting 8.2.1 LED display status of the high speed counter module RDY LED is Off. Go to 8.3.1 RDY LED blinks. Go to 8.3.2 8.2.2 Counter status of the high speed counter module The counter value is the same as before. Go to 8.3.3 Go to 8.3.4 The change of counter value is not consistent with operation status 8.2.3 Output status of the high speed counter module Output operation is not available Go to 8.3.5 Output operation is not consistent with operation status. 8-2 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.3 Troubleshooting sequence 8.3.1 RDY LED Off RDY LED is Off. No Is RDY LED On? Yes Voltage of power No module normal? Check and replace power module Yes Other slot ’s module No normal? H/W defect Other slot ’s module H/W defect Yes H/W defect 8-3 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.3.2 RDY LED Blinks RDY LED blinks RDY LED No blinks every 0.2 sec? No RDY LED blinks every 1 sec? Yes H/W defect After module Off Yes No ›On, RDY LED blinks every 0.2 Operation parameters setting error. sec? Chang the setting data within the setting range Yes H/W defect Check module ’s base connection status 8-4 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.3.3 Counter operation error Counter operation error No Power module ’s Check and remove voltage normal? power module Yes No A-phase LED blinks? A, B LED On when Yes No Yes External wiring voltage directly input on counter input normal? terminal? No H/W defect Yes Check and correct defect external wiring Counter operation enabled No Signal On? Correct program to let counter operation enabled signal On. Yes No Correct program to set exact I/O signal correctly arranged? I/O signal. Yes No Yes B-phase LED 2-phase operation blinks? mode? Yes No No Slot No. setting Correct program for accurate slot Yes correct? No. setting. Yes Yes Any foreign materials Remove foreign materials. inside? No H/W defect 8-5 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.3.4 Counter value error Counter value error No Let counter input as specified in As specified in input standard requirements. standard? Yes No No Input cable of twisted Use twisted shielded cable for shielded? counter input wiring. Yes No Actions prepared Remove cause of the noise against noise? Yes Kept away enough Keep counter input away from power No between strong electric cable at least 10cm. and counter input? Yes Counter value identical No Hardware defect when identical value input on Ch0 and Ch1? Yes Use oscilloscope to measure input wave to check its type Yes Input wave type No Recheck pulse input. of frequency exceeded defined standard? Yes H/W defect 8-6 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.3.5 Output operation error Output operation error No External power ’s Check and correct external power voltage normal? Yes As No Let it connected as specified in output specified in output standard? requirements. Yes No Output wiring Correct external wiring. normal? Yes Output No Yes Value set per LED operates scan? correctly? Correct program so that the set value Yes is only when the value changes. Hardware defect No Compared enabled Correct program to let Compared signal ON? Enabled signal On. Yes No External output Correct program to let Output enabled signal ON? Enabled signal On. Yes No Correct program to set to exact output Output data value correct? data compared value. Yes No Channel correctly Correct program to set to exact defined? channel. No Correct program to set exact I/O I/O sign correctly arranged? signal No HW defect 8-7 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting 8.4 Module status check through XG5000 system monitoring Module type, module information, OS version and module status of HSC module can be checked through XG5000 system monitoring function. 8.4.1 Execution sequence [Monitor] -> [System Monitoring] -> and on the module screen, click the right mouse button to display [Module Information]. 8.4.2 Module information 1. Module Info: shows the information of the module presently installed. 2. OS version: shows the OS version information of the high speed counter module. 3. OS date: shows the OS prepared date of the high speed counter module. 4. Module status: shows the present error code. 8.4.3 System Monitoring 8-8 Appendix 1 Terminology Appendix 1 Terminology 1. Pulse Used to turn voltage (current) On/Off for a short time, and pulse line is of continuous pulses 2. Encoder Used mainly in subo-detector in order to detect speed and position, whose basic principle is that if infrared ray from LED passes the slit disk and reaches the light receiving element, analog electric sign is output which will be converted by voltage comparator to digital sign to be output. ?? ???? ???? ?? ??? LED Light Receiving Element Voltage Comparator ~ ??? ??? Slit Disk Encoder output (1) A phase: Basic output, signal of pulses is output as many as the number of resolutions for 1 revolution of shaft. (2) B phase: Signal with a specific phase difference from A phase, which can detect revolution direction of shaft (3) Z phase: 1 pulse is output for 1 revolution of shaft. 3. MPG(Manual Pulse Generator) A device that handle can be rotated by hand to generate pulses. If rotated + direction, forward pulses are generated, and if rotated – direction, reverse pulses are generated. 4. Up Count A counter value increases from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647 (for 32-bit counter). 5. Down Count A counter value decreases from 2,147,483,647 to -2,147,483,648 (for 32-bit counter). 6. Ring Count A counter that counter value increases/decreases between the maximum value and the minimum value of the Ring count that user has defined. 7. 1-Phase Operation Mode Mode used to count 1-phase input pulse. 8. CW/CCW Operation Mode Mode used to count another 1-phase if 1 phase is Low among 2-phase input pulses. 9. 2-Phase Operation Mode Mode used to count 2-phase input pulse. 10. Preset Mode used to set present counter value to discretionary value. 11. Gate Signal used to enable additional function operation. App1-1 Appendix 1 Terminology 12. Compared Value Basic value used to compare counters in size. 13. Carry Signal displayed when Linear count changes from 2,147,483,646 to 2,147,483,647 and when Ring count changes from the maximum value to the minimum value with increasing counter operation. 14. Borrow Signal displayed when Linear count changes from -2,147,483,647 › -2,147,483,648 and when Ring count changes from the minimum value to the maximum value with decreasing counter operation. 15. External Preset Signal External signal used to change present counter value to discretionarily specified value. 16. External Gate Signal External signal used to enable the additional function operation. App1-2 Appendix 2 Dimensions Appendix 2 Dimensions Appendix 2 Dimensions Unit: ? Remark XBF-HO02A and XBF-HD02A are same size. App2-1 Warranty and Environmental Policy Warranty 1. Warranty Period The product you purchased will be guaranteed for 18 months from the date of manufacturing. 2. Scope of Warranty Any trouble or defect occurring for the above-mentioned period will be partially replaced or repaired. However, please note the following cases will be excluded from the scope of warranty. 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