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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsDeviceNet BoardOperator’s ManualGFZ-63404EN/03June 2002

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment ormay be associated with its use.In situatio...

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    B-63404EN/03 SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs-1This section describes the safety precautions related to the use of CNC units, to ensure safe operationof machines fitted with FANUC CNC units. Rea...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTION B-63404EN/03s-21 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user andpreventing damage to the machine. Precautions are cla...

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    B-63404EN/03 SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs-32 GENERAL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONSWARNING1 Before operating the machine, thoroughly check theentered data. Operating the machine with incorrectlyspeci...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTION B-63404EN/03s-4WARNING5 The parameters for the CNC and PMC are factory-set. Usually, there is no need to change them.When, however, there is no alternative other than tochange a ...

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    B-63404EN/03 SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs-5NOTE• Command programs, parameters, and variables arestored in nonvolatile memory in the CNC.Generally, the contents of memory are not lost by ap...

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    B-63404EN/03 TABLE OF CONTENTSc-1TABLE OF CONTENTSSAFETY PRECAUTIONS....................................................................................................................... s...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS B-63404EN/03c-21.8.4Verifying by Calculation Expression ...................................................................................... 941.8.5Supplying Multiple Power Supplies on Se...

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    B-63404EN/03 TABLE OF CONTENTSc-32.3DeviceNet BOARD C..................................................................................................................... 1262.3.1Layout of ...

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    I. OUTLINE

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    B-63404EN/03 OUTILINE 1.OUTLINE- 3 -1 OUTLINEThis manual comprises the following sections:Descriptions in This ManualSAFETY PRECAUTIONSDescribes the precautions you must observe when you...

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    1.OUTLINE OUTLINE B-63404EN/03- 4 -Applicable Machine NamesThis manual covers the following machines.The following abbreviations are sometimes used in text descriptions.Machine NameAbbre...

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    B-63404EN/03 OUTILINE 1.OUTLINE- 5 -Related ManualsThe following tables shows the related manuals for each machinetype.Also refer to these manuals when using this manual.Series 15i/150i-...

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    1.OUTLINE OUTLINE B-63404EN/03- 6 -Series 21i/210i-TB/MB related manualsManual NameSpecification NumberDescriptionsB-63522ENConnection Manual (Hardware)B-63523ENConnection Manual (Functi...

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    II. OPERATION

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 9 -1 DeviceNet FUNCTIONSThis chapter describes DeviceNet functions.

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 10 -1.1 OUTLINEUnusable Network FunctionsDeviceNet functions cannot be used together with Profibus functions.Number of networks connectable to NC•LCD-mounted type Series 16i/...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 11 -1.2 SETTING MASTER FUNCTIONSTo use the DeviceNet master functions, you must set the busparameters and the slave parameters."Bus parameters" are for ident...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 12 -Setting Master Functions on the Series 16i/18i/21i-A/BProcedure (CRT/MDI)(1) Press function key SYSTEM and then soft key [PMC] to switch tothe PMC screen.If you press soft ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 13 -(2) Next, press soft key [MASTER]. The DEVICENET MASTERSETTING screen (screen 1.2 (b)) is displayed.Screen 1.2 (b)(3) Switch to either of the following parameter s...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 14 -1.2.1 Setting the Bus ParametersSetting Bus Parameters on the Series 16i/18i/21i-A/BPressing soft key [BUS] in screen 1.2 (b) displays screen 1.2.1(a).Screen 1.2.1(a) Bus p...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 15 -Setting Bus Parameters on the Series 15i-ASet each parameter on the bus parameter setup screen.Screen 1.2.1(b) Bus parameter setup screen (Series 15i-A)On this scr...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 16 -Display proceduresProcedure 1(1) Press function key SYSTEM repeatedly until the bus parameterscreen, slave parameter screen, or slave function setup screen isdisplayed.(2) ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 17 -Diagnosis Information on the Bus Parameters Setting ScreenSTATUS and COMMUNUNICATION STATUS are displayed in busparameter setting screen as diagnostics information...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 18 -Table 1.2.1 (a): Bus parameter setup itemsItemDescription1.DIS/ENB(DISABLE/ENABLE)Sets whether to disable or enablecommunications.Move the left and right cursor keys to sel...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 19 -Table 1.2.1 (b): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATION STATUS)ItemDescriptionSTATUS:DISABLE: Disables communications.ENABLE: Enables communications.(normal ...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 20 -Table 1.2.1 (b) (continued): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATION STATUS)ItemDescriptionCOMMUNICATIONSTATUS:CAN BUS STATUS1#2 BO (0) : Bus OFF stateA communications...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 21 -Table 1.2.1 (c): Relationship between STATUS SIZE setting valuesand STATUS informationSettingValueItemDescription1STATUS informationThis 1-byte data notifies the P...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 22 -Table 1.2.1 (c) (continued): Relationship between setting values ofSTATUS SIZE and STATUS informationSettingValueItemDescriptionThis 1-byte data indicates thecommunications...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 23 -1.2.2 Setting Slave ParametersSetting Slave Parameters on the Series 16i/18i/21i-A/BPressing soft key [SLAVE] in the DEVICENET MASTER SETTINGinitial screen (screen...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 24 -Select the slave No. whose parameters are to be set by using soft keys[PRV.NO] and [NXT.NO].Table 1.2.2 (a) describes the parameters that are set in these screens.You can e...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 25 -Setting Slave Parameters on the Series 15i-AIn the slave parameter screen, specify slave parameters and addressassignment.Screen 1.2.2 (c) Bus parameter setup scre...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 26 -Cursor/paging1 Move the cursor using the cursor keys .- If the cursor is on a "DO SIZE" line, pressing cursor key moves the cursor to "DISABLE/ENABLE" ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 27 -(1) To proceed to "3 VENDOR ID", "4 DEVICE TYPE" and "5PRODUCT CODE", set the respective vendor ID, device typeand product code. Thes...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 28 -Table 1.2.2 (a): Slave parameter setup itemsItemDescription 1 DIS/ENB(DISABLE/ENABLE)Sets whether to disable or enable communicationswith the node having the selected slave...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 29 -Table 1.2.2 (b): Diagnostics information (STATUS/CONDITION)ItemDescriptionSTATUSDisplays the communications status.DISABLE: Disables communications.ENABLE: Enables...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 30 -Table 1.2.2 (b) (continued): Diagnostics information(STATUS/CONDITION)ItemDescriptionCONDITION(continued)(09) INVALID DEVICE TYPE: The device type of thecurrently connected...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 31 -DI AssignmentsR10001st DI data from slaveR10012nd DI data from slaveR10023rd DI data from slaveR10034th DI data from slaveR10045th DI data from slaveR10056th DI da...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 32 -1.2.3 Starting CommunicationsAfter you have finished setting up the bus parameters and slaveparameters, start communications by selecting ENABLE at the "1DIS/ENB"...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 33 -When communications with the currently connected slave isperformed normally, the STATUS display changes to ENABLE andthe CONDITION display changes to (02) DEVICE B...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 34 -To set up another slave parameter, press page keys PAGEPAGE toswitch to that slave number.Cursor operations and switching of screens are not possible forseveral seconds unt...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 35 -Automatic setting of slave parametersYou can automatically set "3 VENDOR ID", "4 DEVICE TYPE" and"5 PRODUCT CODE" by pressing soft ke...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 36 -Case of the Series 15i-APressing soft keys [INIT] → [EXEC] enables "VENDOR ID,""DEVICE TYPE," and "PRODUCT CODE" to be set upautomatically.S...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 37 -1.2.4 Master Function Data Refresh RateThe "data refresh rate" is the time required for the control unit (CNC)to update all I/O signals assigned to the R...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 38 -Setting Master Functions on Power Mate i-D/HOn the Power Mate i-D/H, master functions can be set using theregular parameters, and you can confirm "STATUS" and&quo...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 39 -Parameters28100Enable/disable communicationsDI16[Data type]Byte[Data range]0, 1Sets whether to disable or enable communications. Communicationsis started when this...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 40 -28117Status information data buffer address[Data type]Word[Data range]0 to (value obtained by subtracting the setting value of No.28118 fromthe maximum value of the R area)...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 41 -28203Vendor ID of slave No.128204Device type of slave No.128205Product code of slave No.1[Data type]Word[Data range]0 to 65535Sets the vendor code/device type/prod...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 42 -28212DI data buffer size of slave No.1[Data type]Byte[Data range]0 to 32Sets the area to be used as the DI data buffer. Set the size of the bufferwithin the range 0 to 32.T...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 43 -28200+(n-1)×20Enable/disable communications with slave No. n28201+(n-1)×20MAC-ID of slave No. n28203+(n-1)×20Vendor ID of slave No. n28204+(n-1)×20Device type ...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 44 -Diagnostics900Communications status of slave No.1Indicates the communications status of slave No.1.This diagnostic is equivalent to the "STATUS" setting in screen...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 45 -901Status of slave No.1Indicates the status of slave No.1.This diagnostic is equivalent to the "CONDITION" setting in screens1.2.2 (a), 1.2.2 (b) and 1.2...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 46 -1.3 SETTING SLAVE FUNCTIONSTo use the DeviceNet slave functions, you must set the MAC-ID,baud rate and address assignments.The "MAC-ID (Media Access Control ID)" ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 47 -Screen 1.3 (a) Slave functions setting screen (Series 16i/18i/21i-A) (1)Screen 1.3 (b) Slave functions setting screen (Series 16i/18i/21i-A) (2)Switch between scre...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 48 -Setting Slave Functions on Series 15i-AScreen 1.3 (c) Slave functions setting screen (Series 15i-A)You can enter setting values in this screen provided that the followingco...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 49 -Display proceduresProcedure 1(1) Press function key SYSTEM repeatedly until the bus parameterscreen, slave parameter screen, or slave function setup screen isdispl...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 50 -Table 1.3 (a): Setting items in slave function screenItemDescription1.DIS/ENB(DISABLE/ENABLE)Sets whether to disable or enablecommunications.Move the left and right cursor ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 51 -When the Devicenet Slave Board (A20B-8100-0490) or Slave Board A(A20B-8100-0491)is usedTable 1.3 (b): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATIONS STATUS)ItemDesc...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 52 -Table 1-3 (b) (continued): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATIONS STATUS)ItemDescriptionCAN BUS STATUS1#2 BO (0) : Bus OFF stateA communications error hasoccurred, a...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 53 -When the DeviceNet Slave Board B(A20B-8100-0650) is usedTable 1.3 (c): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATIONS STATUS)ItemDescription00 DISABLEDisables commu...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 54 -Table 1.3 (c): Diagnostics information(STATUS/COMMUNICATIONS STATUS)ItemDescription80 HARDWARE ABNORMAL ERROR81 SETTING ERROR82 NODE DUPLICATION ERROR83 BUS OFF ERRORCheck ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 55 -Assigning DI/DO addressesSet to parameters the addresses and sizes of the R areas to whichDI/DO areas are to be assigned. For example, to assign six bytes of DIdat...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 56 -Assigning status informationAssign the status information. This information is used for verifyingthe communications status on the PMC.Set to parameters the address and size...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 57 -Setting the status information storage areaThe content up to the STATUS SIZE setting value items (see Table1.3(d)) is assigned continuously starting from the speci...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 58 -When the Devicenet Slave Board C (A20B-8100-0650) is usedTable 1.3(e) lists the relationships between the STATUS SIZEsettings and the status information assigned according ...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 59 -Setting the status information storage areaStatus information is assigned sequentially starting at the signal in thespecified R area.For example, to assign four by...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 60 -1.3.1 Starting CommunicationsCase of the Series 16i/18i/21i-A/BAfter you have finished setting up the parameters, startcommunications by selecting ENABLE at the "1 DIS...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 61 -1.3.2 Slave Function Data Refresh RateThe "data refresh rate" is the time required for the control unit (CNC)to update all I/O signals assigned to the R ...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 62 -Setting Slave Functions on Power Mate i-D/HOn the Power Mate i-D/H, slave functions can be set using the regularparameters.NOTE1 When the DeviceNet parameters have been set...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 63 -Parameters28000Enable/disable communications[Data type]Byte[Data range]0, 1Sets whether to disable or enable communications. Communicationsis started when this par...

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    1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 64 -28011DI data buffer address[Data type]Word[Data range]0 to (value obtained by subtracting the setting value of No.28012 fromthe maximum value of the R area)Sets the area to...

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 1.DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 65 -28016Status information data buffer area[Data type]Byte[Data range]0Sets the area to be used as the status information data buffer. Use theR area as the address to...

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    2.CONFIGURING A SAFE SYSTEM OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 66 -2 CONFIGURING A SAFE SYSTEMThis chapter describes how to configure a safe system when creating asystem using DeviceNet functions.

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    B-63404EN/03 OPERATION 2.CONFIGURING A SAFE SYSTEM- 67 -2.1 TROUBLESHOOTING COMMUNICATIONS ERRORSUsing the Series 16i/18i/21i-A/B (DeviceNet function software series 6576/edition 02or earlier)With this DeviceNet function, assignm...

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    2.CONFIGURING A SAFE SYSTEM OPERATION B-63404EN/03- 68 -2.2 HANDLING MULTIPLE-BYTE DATAWith this DeviceNet function, data communications on the networkand updating of data assigned to PMC R area are performedasynchronously. For this reason, han...

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    III. CONNECTION

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 71 -1 CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONSThis chapter describes information relating to connecting DeviceNetfunctions.Refer to issued DeviceNet specifications from ODVA about th...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 72 -1.1 CONNECTING DeviceNetWith FANUC DeviceNet, one DeviceNet board is needed for eachnetwork. The number of networks that can be connected and availablefunctions is limited to the ma...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 73 -1.2 DeviceNet CABLESThere are two types of DeviceNet cable: thick cable and thin cable.Normally, thick cable is used as the trunk line when a long-distancenetwork is re...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 74 -1.3 CABLE LENGTH AND BAUD RATEThere are some restrictions in configuring a network: maximumnetwork length, branch length and total branch length. These factorsare also restricted by...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 75 -NOTEWhen Thick Cable Is Used Together With ThinCableA mixture of thick cable and thin cable can be usedfor the cable connecting furthermost nodes. Note,however, that in...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 76 -Branch lengthThe "branch length" refers to the longest value from where the trunkis divided into a branch up to the first node connected to the branch.The maximum branch l...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 77 -1.4 TERMINATORTo reduce the influence of signal reflection and ensure more stablecommunications, terminators must be attached to both ends of thetrunk. Terminators need...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 78 -1.5 CONNECTORConnectorDeviceNet interface connectorTerminal No.Signal NameColor CodeSignal Type1V-BlackSignal cable - side2CAN LBlueCommunications data Low side3SHIELDBareShield4CAN...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 79 -- Connector (DeviceNet boards B and C)Cable-end connector for DeviceNet boards B and C:Manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.HR31-5.08p-5SC (plug) andHR31-SC-121 × ...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 80 -- Pulling out crimp terminals (DeviceNet boards B and C)If you made a misconnection, correct it by pulling out the crimpterminal according to this procedure.A rod 1 mm in diameter c...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 81 -1.6 GROUNDING THE CABLE WIRESWire the cable referring to the figure below when connecting thecable to the connector.Grounding the networkIn the DeviceNet specification,...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 82 -Obtaining a ground leadThere are three ways of obtaining a ground lead:•By drawing out from the connector to which the communicationscable is connectedInsert the ground lead into ...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 83 -1.7 CABLE CLAMPThe cable clamp has two functions: to support the cable and to shieldthe cable. As shown in the figures below, peel off part of the cablesheath to expose...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 84 -1.8 COMMUNICATIONS POWER SUPPLYWith DeviceNet, power must be supplied for communications. Use apower supply that satisfies the specifications shown in the table belowand that has in...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 85 -1.8.1 Designing a Power Supply ConnectionDesign the power supply connection in the following order:(1) Provisional determine the position of the power supply.(2) Calcul...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 86 -(3) When the power supply path is separated between two or morepower supplies:(4) When two or more power supplies are provided tosimultaneously cover all of the nodes in between:NOT...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 87 -Factors for determining the power supply locationsTwo factors for determining whether or not current can be suppliednormally are the current capacity required by each n...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 88 -1.8.3 Verification by Graph-Based Simple CalculationVoltage drop occurs when current flows to the communications cable.The longer the communications cable, the larger the current va...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 89 -Graph-based simple calculationThe items must be checked in order (1) to (3) for each of the nodeslocated in the same direction viewed from the power supply.If nodes are...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 90 -Total current consumption = 0.1A + 0.15A + 0.05A + 0.25A = 0.65AMaximum possible current calculated from the table for thick cable =1.53AThe relationship becomes "total current...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 91 -When current consumption is uneven on either side of the power supply unit (example 3)The following shows an example where thick cable having a totallength of 240 m is ...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 92 -Total current consumption (left side) = 1.1A + 1.25A = 2.35ATotal current consumption (right side) = 0.5A+0.25A+0.25A+0.85A=1.85AMaximum current (left side) calculated from the tabl...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 93 -1.8.4 Verifying by Calculation ExpressionIf the conditions cannot be satisfied by simply calculating from thegraph, verify the conditions according to the actual positi...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 94 -These conditions cannot be used if one power supply is shared as thecommunications power supply and the NC power supply. This mustbe studied separately.•Conditional expression (to...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 95 -When nodes are located to one side of the power supply (configuration example 1)The voltage drop is calculated for each group.Group 1 : (1×0.015+1×0.005) × 0.25=0.00...

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    1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 96 -Total voltage drop on path 2 =0.0372V+0.23=0.2672V<4.65VSo, in this configuration example, the conditional expression issatisfied on both paths.1.8.5 Supplying Multiple Power Sup...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 1.CONNECTING DeviceNet FUNCTIONS- 97 -1.8.6 Relationship with NC Power SupplyIn principle, the communications power supply cannot be shared asthe NC power supply. Prepare separate power supplies for thecomm...

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    2.DeviceNet FOR 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 98 -2 DeviceNet FOR 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE)This chapter describes hardware specifications and connectioninformation relating to the DeviceNet board 16i/18i/21i (LCD...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 2.DeviceNet FOR 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE)- 99 -2.1 SPECIFICATIONSItemSpecificationsNameDeviceNet interface board for LCD-mounted Type iseriesA02B-0236-J30116i/18i/21i-ASpecification Dwg. No.A02B-0281-J...

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    2.DeviceNet FOR 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 100 -2.2 INSTALLATION2.2.1 Environmental ConditionsWhen using the DeviceNet board, strictly observe the installationconditions (cabinet internal environment conditions) of...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 2.DeviceNet FOR 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE)- 101 -2.2.3 Names of Parts on the DeviceNet BoardDeviceNet interface connectorCommunications board status indicatorsLEDALED3LED2LED1LED0Slot status and alarmin...

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    3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 102 -3 DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i(STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/HThis chapter describes hardware specifications and connectioninformation relating to the DeviceNet slave...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 103 -3.1 SPECIFICATIONSItemSpecificationsNameDeviceNet slave boardA02B-0265-J300FS 16i/18i/21i (Stand-AloneType)Specification Dwg. No.A02B-0259-J240Power Mate i -D/HFuncti...

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    3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 104 -3.2 INSTALLATION3.2.1 Environmental ConditionsWhen using the DeviceNet board, the ambient temperature rangeduring operation of the control unit is 0°C to 50°C. For details...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 105 -3.3 MOUNTINGOn the FS16i/18i/21i (Stand-Alone Type), the DeviceNet board canbe mounted in the 1-slot or in all mini slots of the 3-slot basic unit. Onthe Power Mate i...

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    3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 106 -3.4 DeviceNet Board BDeviceNet board B is characterized by a crimp type connector(manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) used in thecommunication connector section. See...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 3.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 107 -3.5 DeviceNet Board CDeviceNet board C is characterized by a crimp type connector(manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) used in thecommunication connector sectio...

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    4.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 108 -4 DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15iThis chapter describes hardware specifications and connectioninformation relating to the DeviceNet slave board for the Series 15i/,and the DeviceNet mas...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 4.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i- 109 -4.1 SPECIFICATIONSItemSpecificationsNameDeviceNet slave board CSpecification Dwg. No.A02B-0261-J132FunctionsDeviceNet slave function 1 channelHardware Dwg. No.A...

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    4.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i CONNECTION B-63404EN/03- 110 -4.2 INSTALLATION4.2.1 Environmental ConditionsWhen using the DeviceNet board, the ambient temperature (in thecabinet) range during operation of the control unit is 0°C to 50°C...

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    B-63404EN/03 CONNECTION 4.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i- 111 -4.3 INSTALLATIONOn the FS15i, the DeviceNet board can be mounted in the 2-slot or in all mini slots ofthe 4-slot basic unit.

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    IV. MAINTENANCE

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE 1.16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) DeviceNet- 115 -1 16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE)DeviceNetThis chapter describes maintenance related to the DeviceNet boardfor the Series 16i/18i/21i (LCD-mounted Type).

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    1.16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) DeviceNet MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 116 -1.1 LAYOUT OF PARTSDeviceNet interface connectorHEALTHLEDALED3LED2LED1LED0Slot status and alarmindicator LEDNS

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE 1.16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) DeviceNet- 117 -1.2 DESCRIPTION OF INDICATOR LEDSThis board has five status indicator LEDs (4 green, 1 red), and twoLEDs that light in both the red and green colors on the int...

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    1.16i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) DeviceNet MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 118 -1.3 HOW TO ATTACH AND REMOVE THE DeviceNet BOARDOutlineTo remove and remove the DeviceNet board from the control unit, theDeviceNet connector terminal plate must first be rem...

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 119 -2 DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i(STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/HThis chapter describes the maintenance information relating to theDeviceNet slave board for the Series 15i, Ser...

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    2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 120 -2.1 DeviceNet BOARD2.1.1 Layout of PartsSettingpin TM1External lineconnector TBLLED indicatorsA 3 2 1MASTER SLAVELED indicatorsMNS (Left),HEALTH (right)PCB Dwg.No.PWBversionN...

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 121 -2.1.2 Description Of Indicator LEDsThis board has four status indicator LEDs (3 green, 1 red), and twoLEDs that light in both the red and green colors on the internaldaughter board. The...

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    2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 122 -2.1.3 Short Pin TM1This board has a 3-pin short pin TM1. TM1 indicates whether thatboard is used for DeviceNet slave functions or DeviceNet masterfunctions.When the short pin...

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 123 -2.1.4 How to Attach and Remove the DeviceNet BoardOutlineThe sequence in which this DeviceNet board is attached and removedfrom the control unit is fixed.CAUTIONTo prevent the inadverte...

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    2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 124 -3)Removing the DeviceNet boardRemove the DeviceNet board without the base PCB attached.For details on how to remove the DeviceNet board, refer to"How to Remove and Attac...

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 125 -2.2 DeviceNet BOARD BDeviceNet board B is characterized by a crimp type connector(manufactured by Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.) used in thecommunication connector section. The parts layou...

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    2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 126 -2.3 DeviceNet BOARD C2.3.1 Layout of PartsNamePCB DRW numberRemarksDeviceNet slave board CA20B-8100-0650TBLCustomLSIMPU

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    B-63404EN/03 MAINTENANCE2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H- 127 -2.3.2 Description Of Indicator LEDsThis board has five status indicator LEDs (2 green(MS, NS), 3red(ALM, MS, NS).NOTEThe face plate is indicated using dotted lines.TBL4(MS)(GREEN)3(MS)(...

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    2.DeviceNet BOARD FOR 15i, 16i/18i/21i (STAND-ALONE TYPE), Power Mate i-D/H MAINTENANCE B-63404EN/03- 128 -Status LED indicatorsThe locations of the indicator LEDs and their definitions areexplained below. A : Off B : On C : Blinking D : Don't careALMNo.LED indicatorALM (RED)B...

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    APPENDIX

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    B-63404EN/03 APPENDIX A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES- 131 -A DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIESThis appendix presents information about the communication dataand IDs defined for the DeviceNet.

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    A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES APPENDIX B-63404EN/03- 132 -A.1 DeviceNet BOARD CDevice profileApplicable DeviceNet specificationVolume 1 Release2.0Volume 2 Release2.0Vendor ID591Device type0CHGeneral dataProduct code1Network current drain50 mA on 2...

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    B-63404EN/03 APPENDIX A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES- 133 -2. Message router object (02H)AttributeUnsupportedObject classServiceUnsupportedAttributeUnsupportedObject instanceServiceUnsupportedAdditional vendor-specific specificationNo3. DeviceNet...

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    A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES APPENDIX B-63404EN/03- 134 -5. Connection object (05H)AttributeUnsupportedServiceUnsupportedObject classMaximum available number ofactive connections1SectionInformationMaximum number ofinstancesInstance typeExplicit Mess...

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    B-63404EN/03 APPENDIX A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES- 135 -SectionInformationMaximum number of instancesInstance typePolled I/O1Production triggerCyclicTransport typeServerTransport class2ID DescriptionGETSETValue1 State OX2 Instance type OX0...

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    A.DEVICE PROFILES AND OBJECT LIBRARIES APPENDIX B-63404EN/03- 136 -SectionInformationMaximum number of instancesInstance typeBit Strobed I/O1Production triggerCyclicTransport typeServerTransport class2ID DescriptionGETSETValue1 StateOX2 Instance typeOX01...

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    B-63404EN/03 INDEXi-1INDEX116i/18i/21i (LCD-MOUNTED TYPE) DeviceNet...................................................................... 115AApplicable Machine N...

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    INDEX B-63404EN/03i-2Relationship with NC Power Supply ............... 97SSETTING MASTER FUNCTIONS.................. 11SETTING SLAVE FUNCTIONS ...................

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    • No part of this manual may bereproduced in any form.• All specifications and designsare subject to change withoutnotice.

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