Tag Archive: Ethernet

Jul
24

Technical Tip – Mitsubishi FA Goods Product Selection Tool

 

So, you have finally managed to select the appropriate iQ-R output module for your application, but realise that it has a 40-pin connector on the front-face as opposed to the usual screw terminals.  So what do you do?

Do not worry, as the ‘FA Goods Product Selection Tool’ will take away endless amounts of time looking through catalogues, manuals and pin configurations.

This easy-to-use tool can be used to select the recommended Mitsubishi terminal blocks and cables for all of the Modular PLC’s in the Mitsubishi range, from A-Series up to the latest iQ-R offering.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feel free to save the link below into your web-browser, and refer to it whenever you need it.

 

 

 

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Jun
26

Mitsubishi Electric OEM Starter Pack

                                                                                                   

Mitsubishi Electric OEM Starter Pack

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Small Machine Solution

Mitsubishi Electric’s solution for small machines delivers a totally integrated automation architecture which is based on using standard networking components and provides a cost effective, yet powerful and scalable solution. The solution is based on using automation components, such as PLCs, HMIs and Inverters, all complete with embedded communication ports, at no extra cost.

Key Benefits

  • Total automation offering•
  • Flexible architecture
  • Easy set up
  • Reduced engineering time
  • Networking at no extra cost
  • Scalable solution
  • Advanced diagnostic capability
  • Reduced downtime
  • In built security features
  • Quality and reliability
  • Designed to meet the needs of Industry 4.0

Save 70% with our OEM Starter Pack Offer!

This pack is just £999 and includes the following:

  • FX5U-32MR/ES: iQ-F PLC 16 I/P 16 O/P
  • GT2107-WTSD: Widescreen GOT HMI
  • FR-E720S-050SC-ENE: 0.75 KW, 5.0A 1 phase compact inverter
  • Ethernet mini switch: for network management
  • iQ-Works: Programming suite for PLCs, HMIs, Inverters and Motion Control (including 2
    licences)

If you would like to receive more information about our OEM Starter Pack, please call 0116 233 9555 referencing Ordering Code 332191

 

 

 

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Feb
12

Technical Tip – GOT2000 multiple connections

Setting up GOT2000 HMI with multiple connections over Ethernet.

GOT2000 & GOTSimple HMIs have the capability to setup multiple connections with two different controllers e.g. two different PLC platforms, and is also capable of having up to 64 stations on a single channel. This is achieved by having 2 channel connections.

The technical tip PDF shows the example of setting up FX series PLC on Channel 1 and Q series PLC on Channel 2. Although these two platforms are both Mitsubishi, they are both different in functionality and programming methods.

In other terms if a manufacturing company is working with two different product brands one HMI can communicate to both of them as long as the HMI has a suitable driver installed for that product brand.

Click here for your full technical tip in PDF.

 

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Jan
23

Mitsubishi CC-LINK IE FIELD

Mitsubishi’s CC-Link IE Field is a major innovation in industrial networks providing reliable, flexible, and seamless communication CC-Link + Industrial.

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Mitsubishi CC-Link IE is an open 1GB Industrial Ethernet automation network consisting of two parts, CC-Link IE Control, and CC-Link IE Field.

Mitsubishi’s CC-Link IE Control communicates over dual-loop fibre between PLCs, HMIs and PCs with an extremely large cyclical data-sharing capacity.  Mitsubishi’s CC-Link IE Field has a smaller cyclical data-sharing capacity but communicates with both PLCs and Remote I/O stations over shielded CAT5E cables with standard RJ45 connectors in a star, line or combination topology.  Mitsubishi’s CC-Link IE Field uses L Series Slave Head Stations for remote I/O.  By adding an Ethernet Adapter to the CC-Link IE Field network allows full access to the network from standard TCP/IP devices like PCs, HMIs, and sensors.

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  • Directly connectable on a CC-Link IE Field network
  • One extension module max. can be added to a Remote I/O, Analog, or High-Speed Counter Module
  • Fast logic function performs logic locally in the module
  • Certifications: UL, cUL, CE

CC-Link IE Field Analog ModulesAnalog_Module_opt

  • A/D and D/A module have 4 channels (voltage/current)
  • Switchable ranges
  • Handles analog ranges ±10VDC and 0~ 20mA
  • Averaging can be set to be triggered by extension I/O module
  • Certifications: UL, cUL, CE

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  • Enables simple access to CC-Link deivces on a CC-Link IE Field network
  • Connect up to 64 CC-Link Ver. 1 modules
  • Certifications: UL, cUL, CE

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  • 32 bit counter
  • 5/24VDC (2 to 5 mA input) or differential input
  • Switchable counting speed up to 8Mpps
  • PWM output function
  • Certifications: UL, cUL, CE

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The Ethernet Adapter is used to add standard Ethernet TCP/IP devices onto a CC-Link IE Field network, like PCs, GOT1000 HMIs, and 3rd party devices. These Ethernet TCP/IP devices are bridged into the control network using Seamless Message Protocol (SLMP), which also enables use of standard MC Protocol and MELSOFT programming port protocol. The Ethernet Adapter is DIN-rail mounted, separate from other controllers or hardware.

If you require any further information or would like a brochure emailing, please get in touch !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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