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230 pages 2.36 Mb
26mm6 286-2Connector crimping procedure 30Chapter 7 Wiring 39Chapter 8 Remote I/O 71Turn “ON” the power of master module 72Set remote I/O operation mode [OCT (octal, word)] 73Set number of connected slave stations [DCM (decimal), byte] Set remote I/O top address Set remote I/O top address of slave station Set step 74OCT (octal), word MET (hexadecimal), byte 75Writing to the EEPROM of the JW-20CM,start operation 76"Only when using fixed allocation Enter the number of slave station I/O points 77Set blanks between stations [DCM (decimal), bytes] 78"Only when using manual allocation Enter the I/O top addresses of slave stations 02 to [OCT (octal), words] 79[Single address and continuous address] 80"Only when using manual allocation Enter the number of I/O bytes for each slave station 81"Only when the master station is a JW model Enter the I/O type for each slave station [Bit pattern, bytes] 82Enter the data register address Station number: OCT (octal), bytes of the special I/O module Rack and slot numbers: HEX (hexadecimal), bytes Number of data bytes: DCM (decimal), bytes Register top address: OCT (octal), bytes ■Number of data bytes 83■Top register address 848-4Error and treatment 99Chapter 9 Data Link 169Chapter 10 Computer link 188Chapter 11 Support Tools 194②Operation example 195 196(2)Parameter setting by remote function ① Connect the programmer to the network module ② Setting mode ③Assign the link ④Setting target station ⑤Communication with the target station 197⑥Setting parameter ⑦Writing to the EEPROM, start operation 198Chapter 12 Specifications
202Chapter 13 Appendix