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FUJI UG230 SERIE S PROGRA MMA BLE OPE RA T ION DISPL A Y USER’S MANUAL <Hardware> TYPE: UG230H-LS4x UG230H-SS4x UG230H-TS4x FEH381 Create Tomor row w ith Trustwo rthy Technology.
Preface Thank y ou for selecting the Fuji Programmable Operat ion Display , POD UG230 Series (called as the UG 230 or POD her eaf te r). This User ’s Manual <UG230 Hardware> ex plains syst em configuration, specifications and handling of the UG230 Series.
Record of Revisions Reference numbers are shown at the botto m left corner on t he back cover of each manual. Printing Date Reference No. Revised Contents February, 2004 FEH381 First edition.
Notes on Saf e Use of POD In this manu al, you w ill find various notes categor ized under the following leve ls with the signal w ords “DANG ER,” and “ CAUTI ON.” Note that there is a possibility that the item listed w ith may have serious ram ifications.
• Check the appearance of the unit when it is unpacked. Do not use t he unit if any damage or deformation is found. Failure to do so may lead to fire, damage or malfunction.
[General Notes ] • Never bundle control cables and input/output cables w ith high-voltage and large-current carry ing cables such as power s upply cables. Keep these cables at least 200 m m away from the high-voltage and large-c urrent carry ing cables.
Contents Preface Notes on Safe Use of POD Chapter 1 Overview 1. Featu res ..... ....... ...... ...... ......... ...... ...... ...... ....... ........ ...... ....... ...... ........ ....... ...... ...... ....... ...... ...... ......... 1 -1 2. M odels and Peripheral Equipment .
Chapter 3 Ins tallation 1. Mounting Proc edure .. ...... ...... ..... ...... ........ ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... ........ ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... ....... .. .... ...... ..... 3-1 Mou nting Proced ure ................ ................ .
4. Extensi on Pr ogr am Inf orma tion ...... ...... ...... ......... ...... ...... ....... ...... ........ ....... ...... ...... ......... 6-2 8 5. Ethernet (O ptional). ..... ...... ...... ..... ........ ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... ......
1 1. Features 2. Models and Peri pheral Equ ipment 3. System Comp osition Overview.
1 1. Features 1-1 Ov erv iew 1. Features The UG230 series inherits and heightens the features of the UG20 series as described below. 1. 32k-color Display (ex cept for UG 230H-LS4x) 32,768-color display makes colorful expression possible. JPEG files a nd bitmap files are c learly d isplayed in brilliant colors.
1-2 2. M odels and Peripheral E quipment 2. Models and Peripheral Eq uipment POD Models The model name consists of the following information. The following models are available.
1 2. M odels and Peripheral E quipment 1-3 Ov erv iew Peripheral Equipme nt The following options are available for using the UG230 series more effectively . UG00S-CWV3 (configuration software: E nglish/Japanese) Application so ftware for editing displa y da ta for the POD.
1-4 2. M odels and Peripheral E quipment UG00P-DI (A CPU/QnACP U/FXC PU dual port interface) Add-on conn ector w ith two po rts, specifically designe d for the connector on the MITSUBI SHI’s ACPU/QnACPU/FX CPU progra mmer . Operability can b e improved w hen directly connectin g the POD to t he ACPU/QnACPU/FX CPU progr ammer .
1 2. M odels and Peripheral E quipment 1-5 Ov erv iew UG30C-M (MJ-t o-D-sub conversion cable) 0.3 m Used for co nnection o f the POD via PLC2 W ay. UGxx P-PS (pr otective sheet ) This sheet pr otects the ope ration panel s urface. (5 sheets/set) UGxx P-PT (protec tive sheet) This anti-glar e sheet pr otects the ope ration panel su rface.
1-6 3. System Com position 3. Syst em Composit ion System Composition of UG230 The following illustration shows possible syst em configurations using the UG230.
1 3. System Composit ion 1-7 Ov erv iew Sy stem Composition of UG230 + UG230A -DCL The following illustrat ion shows possible sy stem co nfigurations using the UG 230 and the UG230A-DCL.
1-8 3. System Com position Please use this page freely ..
2 1. Specific ations 2. Dimensio ns and Pa nel Cut-out 3. Names an d Functio ns of Comp onents 4. M od ular Jack (M J1/ MJ2 ) 5. USB Connecto rs 6. D-sub 25-Pin Connector (CN1) (Optional) 7.
2 1. Specifications 2-1 Specificati ons 1. Specifications General S pecifications * As for UG230H-SS4x and UG230H- LS4x, op eration fo r long hou rs at ambient t emperatures of 40 to 50 ° C may degrade the display qua lity , such as lowering contrast.
2-2 1. Specifications Disp lay Spe cif icat ion s *1 When the normal te mperature is 25 ° C, and the surface luminance of th e display is 50% of t he initial setting *2 Adjustable with fun ction swit.
2 1. Specifications 2-3 Specificati ons Interface S pecifications Clock and Backup Mem ory Spe cifications Drawing E nv ironment Item Specifications Screen Data Transfer/Ex ternal Connection Serial In.
2-4 1. Specifications Display Function Specifica tions * In additio n, the follow ing fonts ar e available. For more in formation, ref er to the U ser ’ s M anual <Op eration> (FEH375) and the User ’ s M anual <Sup plementary Manu al> (FEH376- 1).
2 1. Specifications 2-5 Specificati ons Function Performance S pecifica tions *1 The number o f setting memory locatio ns is limited to 25 6 per scre en. *2 Lay er: 4 pe r screen (b ase + 3 ove rlaps) Item Specifications Screens Max . 1024 Screen M emory Flash memory : Appox .
2-6 2. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out 2. Dime nsio ns an d Pan el Cu t-out UG230 External V iew and Dimensions (Uni t: mm) • Side View • Front View • Panel Cut-out Dimensions • Rear View • Bot.
2 2. Dimensions and Panel Cut-out 2-7 Specificati ons UG230 + UG230A-DCL External V iew and Dimensions (Unit: mm) • Side Vi ew • Front View • Panel Cut-out Dimensions • Rear View • Bottom Vi.
2-8 3. Names and Functions of Components 3. Names and Fu nctions o f Componen t s UG230 UG230+UG230A -DCL 1. Display This is the display unit. 2. Power lamp (PO W ER) Illuminates (green) w hen the power is su pplied. The lamp illuminates (orange) w hen the voltage of the battery set in the POD has becom e low .
2 3. Names and Functions of Com ponents 2-9 Specificati ons 4. Option unit connector (CN1) This is th e connector w here the opt ion unit UG230A -DCL is mount ed. 5. Battery holder Contains a backup battery for SRAM and clock. W hen the battery voltage drops, replace t he battery w ith a new one (UG30P-B T).
2-10 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) 4. Modular Jack (MJ1/MJ2) Modular Jack 1 (MJ1) This is a modular connecto r used for connect ion for screen data t ransfer , temperatu re controller , barcode reader , card recorde r (UG00P-MR) or serial ext ension I/O (UG00P-U2).
2 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) 2-11 Specificati ons Modular Jack 2 (MJ2: Exclus iv e to the UG2 30) This is a modular jack connector used for connection with the PLC. Unlike the MJ1, the connector is available as an RS-422 (4-wire) port . The pins of modular jack 2 correspond to signals as given below .
2-12 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) Unusable PLC m odels The following PLC models cannot be connected to t he MJ2. W hen connect ing any of the above PLC s, be sure to mount the option unit UG 230A-DCL and connect the PLC to the D-sub 25-pin connector of the unit.
2 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) 2-13 Specificati ons Editor (UG00S-CW) Settin g 1. The use of modular jack 2 c an be set on the editor . 2. Select [M odular] from the [Sy stem S etting] menu. The [ Modular Jack] dialog is display ed. Selec t the use of m odular jack 2 from the following options .
2-14 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) Notes on Wiring Notes on the Use of MJ1/MJ2 Notes on the Use of MJ2 Either the RS-232C or RS-422 port can be selected for MJ2 with the slide switch. W hen the slide switc h is set to RS -232C, MJ2 is connected in the same m anner as MJ1.
2 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) 2-15 Specificati ons • Connecting to an RS-422 port (exa mple: Mitsubishi QJ71C24): * W hen connect ing to a Mitsubishi Q nA CPU port , a connection bet ween MJ2 a nd the PLC can be established by changing t he PLC-side connec ting method.
2-16 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) • Connecting t o an RS-485 port (exam ple: Siemens S 7-300 MPI port): T e mperature con troller/PLC2W ay /UG-Link/M odbus slave com munication For information on the wiring diagram, contact your local distributor.
2 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) 2-17 Specificati ons T ra nsferring Screen Dat a • Use modular jack 1 (MJ1) w hen transferring screen data. • W hen [Editor Port] is selected for [Modular Jack 1] on the editor, it is possible to transfer data in the RUN mode becaus e the RUN/S TOP mode (o n the Main M enu screen) can be automatically selected.
2-18 4. M odular Jack (M J1/M J2) Printer Connection (Seria l Printer) • T o connect a printer through serial interface, connect the cable to a modular jack (MJ1/MJ2). • Refer to th e specification sheet of the printer t o be used for t he connecting c able for serial interface.
2 5. USB Connectors 2-19 Specificati ons 5. USB Connectors USB-A (Master Port) Available Devices Printer • EPSON color ink jet printer ST YLUS PHOTO for USB port * For more information, refer to User’s Manual <Supplementary Manual> (FEH376-1).
2-20 5. USB Connectors • T o c onnect to a printe r equipped with a parallel interface, use a commercially available parallel ←→ USB cable (ELECOM UC-P G T recommended). Screen Data Setting For a printer From the [Sy st em Setting] menu, select [Printer Setting] and open the [Main] tab window .
2 5. USB Connectors 2-21 Specificati ons Inst alling the USB Slave Driv er The installation procedure on W indows 2000 is described as an exam ple below . 1. Connect the USB-B port of the UG230 (with pow er on) t o the comput er (with power on) u sing a USB cable.
2-22 5. USB Connectors 5. The dialog box below is display ed. Click [Have Disk]. 6. The [Install From Disk] dialog box is displayed. Click the [Br owse] button. 7. The UG230 USB driver “O P-U.inf” is automatically stored in the “inf” folder within the UG00S-CW editor installation folder (“ UGW ” for ex ample).
2 5. USB Connectors 2-23 Specificati ons 9. The dialog box below is displayed. Check t hat [Operat ion Panel USB Driver] is sho wn under [Models:]. Click the [Next] butt on. 10. T he driver installation starts. 1 1. The dialog box below is displayed on completion of installation.
2-24 5. USB Connectors Recognition of USB Driver W hen the driv er has been installed successfully and the UG230 and t he computer are c onnected with a USB cable, the [Device Manager] window show s “Operation Panel - Operation Panel USB Driver.” This will disappear when the UG 230 and the computer are disconnected.
2 6. D-sub 25-P in Connector (CN1) (Optional) 2-25 Specificati ons 6. D-sub 25-Pin Conn ector (CN1) (O ptional) W hen the option unit UG230A-DCL is mount ed, the CN1 connector is usable. Serial Connector (CN1) T o communicate w ith the PLC (RS-232C, RS-422/485) , connect the cable to the serial connector (CN1).
2-26 7. 10BAS E-T (LAN) (Optional) 7. 10BA SE-T (LA N) (Op tional) W hen the option unit UG230A -DCL is mounted, the 10BASE-T (LA N) connector is usable. 10BASE-T Connector Use this connector for Ethernet connection. The LAN (10BASE -T) pins correspond to signals as given below .
2 7. 10BAS E-T (LAN) (Optional) 2-27 Specificati ons Notes on Wiring Cable Connection Diagr am Notes on Cables Use the following recommended cable. CAUTION W hen using the LAN port, keep th e LAN cable away from the pow er supply cable as much as possible.
2-28 8. CF Card 8. CF Card Recommended CF Cards CF cards in compliance with Com pactFlash TM can be used. The operat ion of the following card s has been ver ified by us . CF Card Insertion Position With the USB po rt: The following it ems are recom mended.
2 8. CF Card 2-29 Specificati ons With the option unit: Insert a CF card into the CF connect or of the option unit UG230A-DCL. Mounting and Dismounting the CF Card With the USB port: Follow the instruct ions provided in the CF card reader/writer ma nual.
2-30 8. CF Card Notes on Handling the CF Card 1. POD can recogniz e a CF card in the F A T fi le sy stem. It cannot recognize a F A T32-formatted CF card . 2. Do not inser t or remov e the CF card during access . Doing so may destroy data on t he CF card.
3 1. Mounting Proced ure 2. Power Supply Cable Connection Inst allation.
3 1. Mounting Procedur e 3-1 Installation 1. Mounting Procedu re Mounting Procedure 1. Insert t he UG230 into the mounting panel (max. t hick: 5 mm ). 2. Insert four fixtures attached to t he UG230 into the mounting holes, and tighten them w ith the locking screws.
3-2 2. Power Supply Cable Connection 2. Pow er Supply Cable Con nection Pow er Supply Cable Connec tion • Connect t he power s upply c able to the t erminal on the backside of the unit . • Tighten terminal screws on the power supply terminal block wit h the following torque.
3 2. Power Supply Cable Connection 3-3 Installation Grounding • An independent earth pole must be used for POD. • Use a cable w hich has a nominal cross sec tion of more t han 2m m 2 for grounding. • Set the grounding point near t he POD t o shorten t he distance of grounding cables.
3-4 2. Power Supply Cable Connection Please use this page freely ..
4 1. Coin-type Lithiu m Battery 2. DIP Switch Setting 3. Function Switches Instructions.
4 1. Coin-type Lithium Battery 4-1 Instructions 1. Coin-ty pe Lith ium Battery Battery Mounting Procedure 1. Turn the unit off. 2. Slide the battery holder cover in the direction of the arrow (“ → ” sho wn below) to open it. 3. Check that the battery is securely attached to the backside of the cover , and connect the batt ery connector.
4-2 1. Coin-type Lithium Batt ery 5. Enter a date five y ears from now for “Bat tery Replacement” on the s ticker on the battery holder . * The batt ery status is output to the inte rnal memory $s167 of the UG230. If the batter y v oltage drops before five y ears has elapsed, replace the battery immediately .
4 1. Coin-type Lithium Battery 4-3 Instructions Battery Replac ement Procedure Replacement batteries are available from us. 1. Replace the battery “UG30P-B T” within three minutes after the unit is turned off.
4-4 2. DIP Switch Setting 2. DIP Sw itch Setting DIP Switc h ( DIPSW ) Setting W hen setting the DIP switch, turn th e power of f. T er min atin g Re sist ance Se ttin g ( DIPSW 1, 2 , 3) Set the terminat ing resistance for RS-422/485 connection. • MJ1 can be used for RS-232C or RS-485 (2-wire) connect ion.
4 3. Funct ion Switches 4-5 Instructions 3. Function Sw itch es Ty p e s • There are s ix function sw itches prov ided. [SY STEM] , [F1], [F 2], [F3] , [F4], [F 5] [SYS TE M] S w itch The [SY ST EM] sw itch wor ks in “alternat e” operations.
4-6 3. Funct ion Switches User-defined Function Switches [F1] to [F5] • W hen the UG230 is in the STOP mode, the function switches do not work. • W hen the UG230 is in the RUN mode and the switc h menu by the [SY STE M] switch is not display ed, the function switches can be defined by the user .
5 1. 1 : 1 Conne ction 2. 1 : n Conne ction (Multi-drop ) 3. n : 1 Conne ction (Multi-lin k 2) 4. n : 1 Conne ction (Multi-lin k) 5. Universal Seri al Commu nications 6.
5 1. 1 : 1 Connection 5-1 Conn ect ions 1. 1 : 1 Con nection • One set of the UG230 is connected t o one PLC (1 : 1 connect ion). • The host link unit of the P LC or the CP U port is used and the UG 230 (mast er station) establishes communications according to t he protocol of t he PLC.
5-2 2. 1 : n Connection (M ulti-drop) 2. 1 : n Connectio n (Multi-dro p) One UG230 is connected t o multiple PLCs. (Maximum connectable PLCs: 32) • For more information on wiring and commu nication settings, refer to the User ’s Manual <PLC Connection> (FEH380) .
5 3. n : 1 Connection (M ulti-link 2) 5-3 Conn ect ions 3. n : 1 Connec tion (Multi-link 2) • One PLC is connected t o a max imum of four UG230 units. • An original netw ork is creat ed where t he UG230 (Loc al Port 1) that is direct ly c onnected to t he PLC is the master station, and other t hree UG230 ar e slave stations.
5-4 4. n : 1 Connection (M ulti-link) 4. n : 1 Conn ection (Mult i-link) • One PLC is connected to mult iple UG230 units. (Maximum connectable units: 32) • The PLC must be of the ty pe of signal level RS 422/RS485 with port numbers. RS422 connection betw een the UG230 ↔ PLC must be in 2-wire connection.
5 5. Universal Serial Communications 5-5 Conn ect ions 5. Univ ersal Serial Communica tions • A general purpose computer or an ASCII unit of the PLC (m aster station) c ontrols the PO D (slave station) using dedicated commands.
5-6 6. UG-Link 6. UG-Link • “UG-Link” is the netw ork where the comput er reads from and writes to the internal memory of the UG230, mem ory card, PLC memory or temperature control/ PLC2 memory using a dedicated protocol. • Use MJ1 of the UG230 for connection with a general-purpose com puter .
5 7. PLC2Way 5-7 Conn ect ions 7. PLC2W ay • The “PLC2W ay” function is an original network function w here one UG230 can be connected to two P LCs. Even if the manufacturer s of these PLC s are not t he same, t hey can be connect ed to one UG230.
5-8 8. Tem perature Control N etwork 8. T emperature Con trol Network • Using the temperat ure control network , the UG230 can be connected t o the temperature cont roller or inverter. W ith RS-232C, one PLC can be connected; with RS-485, a maximum of 31 temperature controllers c an be connected.
5 9. Ethernet 5-9 Conn ect ions 9. Eth erne t • Transferring data in memory Data in memory can be transferred t o the UG230 on the Ethernet or to the PLCs linked to the UG230 as a host by using m acro commands (EREAD/E W RITE). • Communications betw een the server and the UG230 - “HKEtn10.
5-10 9. Ethernet - Screen data can be transferred from the UG00S-CW editor on the server to the UG230. • Communications between the Ethernet -ready PLC and the UG 230 - The UG230 c an communicat e with t he PLC on t he Ethernet. - The UG230 c an communicat e with m ultiple PLCs on t he Ethernet.
6 1. Operational Procedures 2. Main Menu Screen POD Operations.
6 1. Operat ional Procedures 6-1 POD Oper ati ons 1. Operational Pro cedures POD Operation Follow the procedure below to operate the POD. 1. Installation and wiring For details, refer to Chapter 3.
6-2 1. Operat ional Procedures Initial Scree n W hen the power of POD is turned on f or the first time, the Main Menu screen shown below on the left is displayed. T ransferring Screen Dat a for the F irst Time There are some methods for transferring screen data f or t he fi rst t ime.
6 1. Operat ional Procedures 6-3 POD Oper ati ons • UG230 + UG230A-DCL (option unit) 1. Transferring screen data via the UG00C-T or USB cable Transfer screen dat a from the computer while the initial screen is displayed. 2. Transfer screen data from a CF card.
6-4 2. M ain Menu S creen 2. Main Menu Screen The Main Menu screen is display ed when the POD is in the STOP mode. In this state, the POD is disconnected from the PLC a nd other ex ternal devices.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-5 POD Oper ati ons Main Menu Screen • The Main M enu screen indicates the UG230 model, sy stem information, and s creen data information. • The Main M enu screen is t he sy stem m enu screen for t ransferring screen data bet ween a personal computer and the UG230.
6-6 2. M ain Menu S creen 1-1. USB T est W hen the [USB T est] switch is pressed, the following screen is display ed. This screen is used to check the status of USB-A (master port) connection. Checking the Connection Status If the lamp on the screen shows [No Connect ed] in blue, the device has not been connected to the USB port correct ly .
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-7 POD Oper ati ons Printer T est W hen a printer is connected to the USB-A port, a print test can be done. Check if the UG 230 sends signals normally to the pr inter using the [Print] s witch. The test is successful if a tes t page is printed w ithout problem s.
6-8 2. M ain Menu S creen MJ2 T est RS-232C signal test 1. Slide the s lide switch on the POD to the upper position for RS-232 C. 2. Turn on the [MJ2] and [RS232C] switc hes under [Communication Port ]. 3. Check the signals [RD] and [SD] . W ire inside MJ2 as shown below .
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-9 POD Oper ati ons RS-422 signa l test 1. Slide the slide switch on the POD to the low er position for RS-422. 2. Turn on the [MJ2] and [RS485] switches under [Communication Port] . 3. Check the s ignals [+RD], [ − RD], [ +SD] and [ − SD].
6-10 2. M ain Menu S creen 3. Press t he [Self-Loop T est ] swit ch. W hen t he [OK] lamp lights up, t he test is successfully completed. * If the [NG ] lamp lights up, consult your local distributor. RS-485 signal test MJ1 must be connect ed to MJ2 for an RS-485 signal test through MJ1.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-11 POD Oper ati ons CN1 T est (with the option unit) RS-232C signa l test Turn the [CN1] and [RS232C] switches on. • SD/RD T est Check the s ignals [SD] an d [RD]. 1. Install a jumper between pins 2 and 3 of CN1 on the backside of the UG230.
6-12 2. M ain Menu S creen RS-485 signal test Turn the [CN1] and [RS485] s witches on. • SD/RD T est Check the signals [SD] and [RD] . 1. Install a jumper between pins 12 and 24 and between pins 13 and 25 of CN1 on the backside of the UG230. 2. Press the [Self-Loop T est] switch.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-13 POD Oper ati ons 1-3. SYSTEM & Function Switch T est Check operations of six sw itches provided vertically on the r ight side of the panel. Press the swit ch, and check that the lamp on the screen lights up while the switch is held down.
6-14 2. M ain Menu S creen T ouch Switch A djustment If a position diff erent from the pressed position turns w hite on the touch switch tes t screen, follow the steps described below to adjust the touc h switch position. 1. Hold down the [SY STE M] sw itch and press the [F 2] switc h on the t ouch switc h test sc reen.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-15 POD Oper ati ons 2. Card Menu Sc reen W hen the [ Card Menu] sw itch on the Main M enu screen is pres sed, the following “Card Menu” scree n appears. This screen is used to t ransfer screen data between th e UG230 and a CF card or a memory card.
6-16 2. M ain Menu S creen 2-1. Card Recorder Menu Scr een W hen the [Card Recorder Me nu] switch on the “Card Menu” screen is pressed, the following “Card Recorder Menu” screen appears. This screen is used to transfer screen data betw een the UG230 and a memory card.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-17 POD Oper ati ons 4. Data Selection and Transfer Select ion In the “Transfer” field, select [Display <-- Card], [Disp lay --> Card] or [Display <--> Card]. Press the desired switch to tur n the switch on. Multiple switc hes can be pressed in the “Data Selection” field.
6-18 2. M ain Menu S creen 2-2. T r ansferring Screen Data from a CF Card CF Card Folder Configuration Folders in t he CF card are configured as s hown below. *1 These are acc ess folders se t by the UG00S-CW editor . Any folder n ame within e ight 1-by te char acters can be given.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-19 POD Oper ati ons T ransferring Screen Dat a from a CF Card The procedure of transferring data between the UG230 and a CF card is described below. 1. Mounting the CF Card Insert t he CF card into the CF card connect or at the side of the UG 230.
6-20 2. M ain Menu S creen 2. Check the folder name, free space, and CF card file information. If the correct folder is selected, move to step 4. • Folder Name Indicates the name of the c urrently selected folder . The access folder that is set for screen data defaults.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-21 POD Oper ati ons 4. Press the [Select Data] switch. The [Data S election] window is display ed and t he [Select Data] switch changes to [ S tart]. Select the desired data, and press the [Start] switch. T o cancel the [Data Selection] w indow , press the [Retur n] switch.
6-22 2. M ain Menu S creen When [Display --> Ca rd] is Selected: 1. W hen [Display --> Card] is selected, the “Card Transfer” screen is display ed.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-23 POD Oper ati ons When [Display < --> Card] is Se lected: 1. W hen [Display <--> Card] is selected, the “Card Transfer” screen is displayed. Screen data used for comparison is that in the DSP folder under the folder having the same name as the access folder that is set by the UG00S-CW editor .
6-24 2. M ain Menu S creen 2-3. Saving Backup Copies of SRA M In this section, the procedure for saving backup copies of t he SRAM m emory for battery replac ement is explained. 1. Press t he [SRAM] switc h on the “Card Menu” screen. W hen the lamp is red, it is selected.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-25 POD Oper ati ons • W hen [Display <-- Card] is selected, the following screen is displaye d. 1) T o change to anot her folder , press t he [Select Folder] sw itch. (The folder name must be “SRM0000. BIN”.) 2) T he “Select Folder” screen is displayed as show n on page 6-20.
6-26 2. M ain Menu S creen 2-4. Messages during Data T ransfer If an error occurs during data transfer , the message window show n on the right is displayed. The kinds and the contents of the messages are show n below . The same messages are used f or the memory card and CF card.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-27 POD Oper ati ons 3. Communication P arameter Scre en W hen the [Comm. P ara.] switc h on the Main Menu screen is pressed, t he “Comm. Param.” s creen, shown below, is displayed. This screen is used to c heck the UG 230 communicat ion parameter sett ings.
6-28 2. M ain Menu S creen 4. Extension P rogram Information W hen the [ Extens ion] switch on th e Main Menu screen is pressed, the follow ing “Extens ion Prog. Info.” screen appears. The driver setting and parameter sett ing for temperature controller/PLC2W ay communication, ladder transfer function, Modbus slave com munication, etc.
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-29 POD Oper ati ons 5. Ethernet (Optional) The “Ether net Information” screen is display ed by press ing the [IP Address (E nglish)] swit ch on the initial screen when tr.
6-30 2. M ain Menu S creen 5-2. IP Addr ess Setting IP address (number for identify ing UG230 on the network) setting is required before conducting communications via Ethernet. The setting procedure var ies depending on the screen data conditions. [ IP Setting] is checked in the [Unit Setting] w indow on the editor .
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-31 POD Oper ati ons Setting 1 Set the I P address on the PO D screen. 1. Open the “Ethernet ” screen from the “Ethernet Informat ion” screen using the [Ethernet] switch. 2. Set the IP address and other necess ary options .
6-32 2. M ain Menu S creen Setting 2 *1 Network T able Register I P addresses and other information fo r the UG23 0, PLCs or co mputers that s hould be inc luded for Ethernet co mmunications on the UG00S-CW edito r .
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-33 POD Oper ati ons Set the I P address on the Main M enu screen. 1. Press the [Ether net] switch on the Main Menu scr een to bring up the Ethernet screen. 2. Change the switch on the screen into [S elect IP Address from Netw ork T able.
6-34 2. M ain Menu S creen Setting 4 Set the IP address on the editor . 1. On the editor, chick [Syste m Setting], [Unit Setting] and [IP Address Setting]. The [IP Ad dress Setting] dialog is display ed. 2. Check [ IP Sett ing]. 3. Check [ Select IP Addr ess from Network T able].
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-35 POD Oper ati ons Changing the IP A ddres s T emporarily The IP address can be changed temporarily on the POD screen . The screen to be used varies depending on the method of IP address setting (page 6-30).
6-36 2. M ain Menu S creen 6. SR A M /Clo ck • T o us e the built-in clock o f the UG230, it is necessar y t o select [ SRAM/Clock Setting] from the [Sy stem Set ting] menu and make the SRAM/ clock setting. For the setting proce dure, refer to the User ’ s M anual <Function> (F EH376).
6 2. Main M enu Scr een 6-37 POD Oper ati ons Date and Time Setting 1. Move the c ursor using the [ ← ] / [ → ] swit ch, and change the value by pressing the [+] / [ − ] switch. 2. W hen the desired date and time are set, press the [Set] switch to determ ine the setting.
6-38 2. M ain Menu S creen 7. Extended Function S etting W hen the [Editor : MJ1] switc h on the Main Menu screen is pressed, the following “ Extended F unction Setti ng ” screen appears. Set the baud rate to be used when trans ferring screen data between the UG230 and a modem.
7 1. Error Messages 2. Troubleshoo ting Error Correction.
7 1. Error Messages 7-1 Error Correction 1. Error Messages There are five k inds of error mes sages display ed on the UG30 series: 1. Communication er ror 2.
7-2 1. Error Mes sages Solu tio n 1. Confirm link unit settings. (After making settings, cut power to the PLC.) 2. Go to the editor and confirm the settings in the [Comm. Parameter] dialog in the [Sy stem Setting] menu. 3. If errors only occur from time to t ime, it is possible that ther e is a noise-based communication error.
7 1. Error Messages 7-3 Error Correction 2. Check 3. W arning An error may be displayed on the Main Menu screen during data transfer . This is a w arning message . For the w arning details and solut ions, refer to the User's M anual <Function> (F EH376) and corr ect screen data.
7-4 1. Error Mes sages 4. SYSTEM ERROR W hen a sy stem error is detected, the following error screen is displayed. ERROR: X X 1: W a tch dog timer error 1 1: Switch table error 30: Request for display.
7 2. Troubleshooting 7-5 Error Correction 2. T rou bleshooting In the Event of an Error Perform the s teps below: 1. If the current error matc hes a sym ptom in the following table, correct it by following the instructions provided. 2. If the error does not match the sy mptoms in the t able, contact y our local distributor .
7-6 2. Troubleshooting “SYSTEM ERRO R: xx” occurs. The follow ing causes a re proba ble, depen ding on the symptoms. 1) T urning the power off and bac k on corr ects the erro r . ↓ Communication fa iled because of imprope r timing. 1) If communication is stable after turnin g the power o n again, co ntinue and observe operation.
7 2. Troubleshooting 7-7 Error Correction Screen data ca nnot be transferr ed. 1) Screen data tra nsfer has never succeede d. ↓ There may be some errors in th e settings on the computer . 1) In the [T ransfer ] dialog bo x on the editor , decrease the baud rate by one le vel.
7-8 2. Troubleshooting Please use this page freely ..
8 1. Inspecti on and Maintenance 2. W arrant y Policy Inspection and Maintenance.
8 1. Inspec tion and M aintenance 8-1 Inspection an d Maintena nce 1. Inspection an d Maintenance Daily Inspection • Check that the screw s on the POD are tightened firmly. • Check that the connector s and terminal screws u sed for connection w ith other devices are tightened firmly.
8-2 2. Warranty P olicy 2. W arrant y Polic y Inquiries about Failure Please direct inquiries about failure or repair to your local distributor. Y our information on the PO D model, serial number, sym ptom of the failure, error mess age (if shown), etc.
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