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D820 Operator Station User’s Manual

D820 Operator Station User’s Manual

D820 Operator Station User’s Manual
D820 Operator Station User’s Manual

Information in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Cutler-Hammer, Inc. The software described in this manual is furnished under a license agreement. The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of the agreement. It is against the law to copy the software on any medium except as specifically allowed in the agreement. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of Cutler-Hammer, Inc.

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TRADEMARKS

Microsoft, MS-DOS, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. D820 is a registered trademark of Cutler-Hammer, Inc.

Commercial names of products from other manufacturers or developers that appear in this manual are registered or unregistered trademarks of those respective manufacturers or developers, which have expressed neither approval nor disapproval of Cutler-Hammer products.

Document version 1.00

Copyright Cutler-Hammer, Inc. 1997. All rights reserved. Published and printed in the United States of America.

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Table Of Contents

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

3

Manual Writing Conventions

4

Example of

4

Product Overview

4

Power

7

Page File Load

7

Run

8

Power Up

8

Chapter 2: TCAM Mode

9

TCAM Page Definition

9

Selecting

10

Modifying PLC Data Values

10

Modifying the Set Value & Present

10

Accessing Different PLC Locations

11

Viewing Data in Multiple

12

Example of K000 Modification

13

Chapter 3: Custom Mode

15

D820 Trigger Word

15

Page Triggering via PLC

15

Ladder Logic Page Trigger Example

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Chapter 4: Command Word

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Command Word Structure

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Soft Locks (Bits 0, 1,

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Table Of Contents 1 Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction 3 Manual Writing Conventions 4 Example
Table Of Contents 1 Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction 3 Manual Writing Conventions 4 Example
  • 2 Table Of Contents

Chapter 5: Key

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SELECT Key

21

ENTER Key

21

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UP, DOWN ARROW

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Appendix A:

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PLC Communications Cable

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Micro PanelMate Software Communications

24

Access

24

Appendix B: Error

27

Fatal Fault

27

Keystroke Entry

28

Lock Messages

28

PLC Status

29

Invalid Page Trigger

29

Corrupted Data

29

Correction

30

Appendix c: Installation

31

Clearance & Heat Tolerance

31

Electrical Requirements

32

Environment

32

Wiring

32

Mechanical Dimensions

33

Cutout Drawing

34

Index

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2 Table Of Contents Chapter 5: Key 21 SELECT Key 21 ENTER Key 21 21 UP,
2 Table Of Contents Chapter 5: Key 21 SELECT Key 21 ENTER Key 21 21 UP,

Chapter 1: Introduction

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Introduction

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The Model D820 combines the functionality of a message display and operator entry device into a single Operator Station. The D820 described in this manual is designed specifically for the Cutler-Hammer D50/D300 series of Programmable controllers. The D820 communicates directly to the processor through the Programming port eliminating the need for additional communication interface modules. A communication cable is supplied with your hardware shipment. This cable not only provides the communication link between the D820 and the processor, but also power to the Micro PanelMate. Simply plug and play.

Once communication has been established the D820 can access all Word registers (W), Internal Relays (M), and Keep Relays (K) within the D50/D300 series processor. Access to External I/O and Remote Area(R) is also allowed, however, modification is not possible. The D820 can access only those file words that exist within the PLC to which it is connected.

A separate utility, Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software, is used to upload and download page configurations to the D820. The Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software resides on a personal computer. The software manual will describe the procedure to configure pages, in addition a separate manual entitled Getting Started will demonstrate all steps necessary to use the D820.

To transfer pages to/from the D820 and personal computer, an RS232 to RS485 converter is necessary.

Explanation of the customization of the D820 is covered in Chapter 4 Custom Mode. The triggering of pages, appearance, and functionality of the D820 are all covered in detail under this section.

Chapter 1: Introduction 3 Introduction 1 The Model D820 combines the functionality of a message display
Chapter 1: Introduction 3 Introduction 1 The Model D820 combines the functionality of a message display

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Chapter 1: Introduction

Manual Writing Conventions

The D820 has a thirty two character display window (8mm high), and eight user keys. Throughout this manual many references will be made to these entities, therefore, the following conventions have been established.

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Characters that would appear in the thirty two character display window will be shown in bold print and within quotation marks. If the entire display window is shown, it will appear as a rectangular box with the characters displayed in the relative position in which they would appear.

Example of Conventions

Example of characters:

"PAGE"

Example of entire display window:

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PAGE FILE LOAD CONTINUE?

Labels that refer to any of the eight keys on the D820 will be shown in bold print and always in capital letters.

Example:

YES

or

ENTER

Product Overview

The D820 can be used right out of the box to manipulate Timers, Counters, Word Registers, Internal Relays, and Keep Relays (Input/Output Relays may be monitored but not modified). Please note this is considered TCAM Mode and care should be taken as to who uses this feature since access to the PLC is not limited.

In addition to TCAM Mode, the D820 also operates in Custom Mode. Once the D820 receives a page, which is designed and downloaded via the Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software, it is considered to be in Custom Mode. A page is similar to a canned message and may include variable information from the PLC. These variables may be modified through the D820's keyboard.

4 Chapter 1: Introduction Manual Writing Conventions The D820 has a thirty two character display window
4 Chapter 1: Introduction Manual Writing Conventions The D820 has a thirty two character display window

Chapter 1: Introduction

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A page may use all or only part of the thirty two character display window. There are two object types that allow fixed data or variable data to be included in each page. Up to three objects may be included in a single page, including up to 2 PLC data objects.

A brief explanation of the object types is given below.

Text

This object allows fixed character strings to be displayed within a page. The object size and position are user defined.

PLC Data

This object will display variable information from within the PLC. The address from which data will be retrieved is specified when the PLC Data object is created. The data can be displayed in Decimal, Hex, Binary, or ASCII formats. Modification to the value may be enabled or disabled. Individual data value limits are also set for each PLC Data object created. If enabled, values are changed by moving focus to the object and pressing ENTER; a new value is then keyed in via the arrows keys and the ENTER key pressed.

Detailed information on page and object creation can be found in the Micro PanelMate Configuration editor.

Chapter 1: Introduction 5 A page may use all or only part of the thirty two
Chapter 1: Introduction 5 A page may use all or only part of the thirty two

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Chapter 1: Introduction

6 Chapter 1: Introduction
6 Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Power Up

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Power Up

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Page File Load Mode

When power is first applied to the D820, the keyboard is scanned to see if the ENTER key is being held down. If it is being held down the D820 will enter into its Page File Load Mode. This mode is used for Uploading and Downloading of configurations created within the Micro PanelMate software.

If an Upload or Download is desired press the YES key. If configuration loading is not desired, press NO to re-boot the D820. Once the D820 is setup into its Page File Load Mode the software can proceed with the Upload/Download process. Upon completion of transfer power must be cycled.

CAUTION

Care must be taken to plug the upload/ download cable into the D820 prior to applying power. Since the D820 uses metallized connectors, proper care must be taken to establish a clean connection. This also applies to Run Mode. Apply the connector to the back of the D820 then plug the communication cable into the D50/D300 processor.

Chapter 2: Power Up 7 Power Up 2 Page File Load Mode When power is first
Chapter 2: Power Up 7 Power Up 2 Page File Load Mode When power is first

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Chapter 2: Power Up

Run Mode

If the ENTER key is not held down on Power Up the D820 will enter Run Mode. The first task is to display a series of three informational screens which indicate the Part ID number and software version. The following are graphic representations of each screen that will be displayed:

CUTLER-HAMMER

D800MPMD820A

Then ...

CUTLER-HAMMER

D50/300 INTERFACE

Power Up Procedure

Version X.XX
Version X.XX

During the aforementioned three screen display, the D820 will attempt to communicate to the PLC. If successful the D820 will proceed by looking for the lowest page number contained in its memory. If the D820 has not been programmed with a page configuration, it will start into TCAM Mode.

If the D820 is not successful in establishing communication (regardless of Mode) the following page will display:

COMM FAILURE ANY KEY TO RETRY

Simply press any key to restart the D820. If the unit does not attach to the PLC successfully, refer to Appendix B: Error Codes for further diagnosis and suggestions.

8 Chapter 2: Power Up Run Mode If the ENTER key is not held down on
8 Chapter 2: Power Up Run Mode If the ENTER key is not held down on

Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

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TCAM Mode

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3

After communications with the PLC has been established, the D820 will look to see if it has a page resident in memory. If the unit is programmed, Section 4: Custom Mode will define this operational state. If the D820 does not contain any pages, the

unit will default to TCAM Mode.

The following page will appear:

T/C 000

SV=XXXXX

CHG?

PV=XXXXX

TCAM Page Definition

The D820 is displaying the Set Value and Present Value for Timer/Counter zero. The "X"s will be replaced with the actual data from the PLC. At this time, the operator has three choices:

  • 1. Press the Up or Down arrows to select another T/C address.

  • 2. Press the YES key to edit the values of T/C 000.

  • 3. Press the SELECT key to display different address types.

Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 9 TCAM Mode 3 After communications with the PLC has been established,
Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 9 TCAM Mode 3 After communications with the PLC has been established,

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Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

Selecting Timer/Counters

If the Up/Down arrows are pressed ...

Pressing the Up arrow will cause the T/C to increment (T/C001). Pressing the Down arrow will cause the T/C to decrement(T/C255). By holding down either the Up or Down arrow, the D820 will scroll through the address rapidly versus individually.

Modifying PLC Data Values

If the YES key is pressed ...

The D820 to enter into the SV value for modification. At this time the arrows keys will allow the value to increment/decrement via the Up/Down arrow keys and each individual value to be selected via the Left/Right arrow keys. Please note, there are no limits (upper/lower) in TCAM Mode. All values will be allowed other than those outside the PLC limits.

Modifying the Set Value & Present Value

After selecting Yes, the display will change to the following:

T/C 000

S/V=[]XXXX

Next?

P/V=XXXXX

This will allow the operator to modify the Set Value. After modifying the SV, the operator has two choices:

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Pressing the ENTER key will download the value into the PLC and return the operator back to the page with the word "Chg?".

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Pressing the YES key will toggle between the SV and PV and change the display to the following:

T/C 000 S/V=XXXXX Quit? P/V=[]XXXX

10 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode Selecting Timer/Counters If the Up/Down arrows are pressed ... Pressing the
10 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode Selecting Timer/Counters If the Up/Down arrows are pressed ... Pressing the

Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

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At this time, the operator will be allowed to modify the Present Value. After changing the value via the arrow keys, the operator may choose between two choices;

If the YES key is pressed, the value will be downloaded to the PLC and the display will return to the "Chg?" page.

If the NO key is pressed, the value will be discarded and the display will return to the "Next?" page.

Accessing Different PLC Locations

If the SELECT key is pressed ...

The D820 to toggle through the multiple addresses available in the D50/D300 processor. This key is active when not editing values. The order for the scrolling is as follows:

Timer/Counter Ú

Timer/Counter ®

Ú

 

Word Register ®

Ú

Input/Output Relays ®

Ú

Internal Relays ®

Ú

Keep Relays ®

Ú

Timer/Counter ®

 
Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 11 At this time, the operator will be allowed to modify the
Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 11 At this time, the operator will be allowed to modify the

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Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

Viewing Data in Multiple Formats

Once having used the SELECT key to enter into a different page other than the T/C, the operator may choose what format the word should be viewed in. The Right arrow will scroll through the following choices:

Decimal Format: 00000 Ú Hexadecimal: 0000 Ú Binary: 0000000000000000 Ú ASCII:
 

Decimal Format:

00000

 

Ú

Hexadecimal:

0000

Ú

Binary:

0000000000000000

Ú

 

ASCII:

At any point the operator may enter values into the PLC data reference. Please note that the D820 will verify whether or not the information being entered is consistent with the format selected. Entrance/modification into the M words, K words, and W words is accepted whereas the R words (input/output coils) are strictly read only.

12 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode Viewing Data in Multiple Formats Once having used the SELECT key
12 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode Viewing Data in Multiple Formats Once having used the SELECT key

Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

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Example of K000 Modification

The following is an example of modifying the K000 word:

K000 Chg? DEC 12345
K000
Chg? DEC
12345

By pressing the YES key, the following would appear:

K000 Quit? DEC []2345
K000
Quit? DEC
[]2345

At this time, by using the Up/Down arrow keys, the operator may edit the digit "1". By using the Right/Left arrow keys, the operator can select any digit to edit.

When finished, the operator can select either the YES key or the ENTER key. The YES key will disregard any changes and return the operator to the "Chg?" page. The ENTER key will download the changes made to the data to the PLC.

Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 13 Example of K000 Modification The following is an example of modifying
Chapter 3: TCAM Mode 13 Example of K000 Modification The following is an example of modifying

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Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

14 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode
14 Chapter 3: TCAM Mode

Chapter 4: Custom Mode

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Custom Mode

4
4

If the D820 has custom pages programmed via the Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software, upon power up, the D820 will trigger the lowest page in its memory. From this point on page triggering is then left up to the application program or the D820.

This section will describe the Trigger word and both ways that pages can be sent to the D820 display.

D820 Trigger Word

Page Triggering is the means by which a page is made to open or close. Ultimately every page sent to the D820 display will channel through a Trigger Word. The D820's Trigger Word is configured using the Micro PanelMate software. The reference specified in the "Integer Trigger Reference" will be the trigger word.

Triggering pages to the D820 display can be done in two different ways. The choice is up to the user. Either of these methods can be used solely or in any combination to create applications with ease.

Page Triggering via PLC Ladder

Pages will always be channeled to the D820 through a Trigger Word address within the PLC. Therefore PLC Ladder Logic can be setup to monitor what page is currently displayed and change the page based on these conditions.

Chapter 4: Custom Mode 15 Custom Mode 4 If the D820 has custom pages programmed via
Chapter 4: Custom Mode 15 Custom Mode 4 If the D820 has custom pages programmed via

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Chapter 4: Custom Mode

Ladder Logic Page Trigger Example

The following example shows the basic circuit used to trigger a page via PLC Ladder Logic.

MUL D=W100 25 x 1 R
MUL D=W100
25
x
1
R

This circuit assumes that the Trigger reference loaded into the D820 refers to PLC address W100. When the trigger circuit energizes(via the rise), the value of 25 will be moved to the D820's Trigger 1 causing page 25 to be displayed. Note: If page number 25 has not been downloaded to the D820 an error message will be displayed.

Page Triggering via D820 UP/DOWN ARROWS

The Up & Down arrow keys can be used to link pages together in a predefined sequence. As each page is created in the software a page value can be attached to both the Up & Down arrows keys. If a value greater than zero is programmed for the key, the corresponding page will be sent to trigger 1 causing it to be displayed. If zero is setup as the value for the key, it will simply be ignored by the D820 when pressed.

If the application requires a sequence of pages that need to be displayed, the Up arrow key can be used to display the next page in the sequence. The Down arrow key can be setup to move back in the sequence.

16 Chapter 4: Custom Mode Ladder Logic Page Trigger Example The following example shows the basic
16 Chapter 4: Custom Mode Ladder Logic Page Trigger Example The following example shows the basic

Chapter 5: Command Word

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Command Word

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5

The Command Word reference is viewed by the D820 as sixteen individual bits. The individual bits in the Command Word instruct the D820 to perform a specific function, or indicate the status of a function.

The D820 will monitor and update the Command Word frequently, so each of the bits may be changed by the PLC application program at any time.

The Command Word is configured using only a M word reference, assigned in the "Setup" section of the Micro PanelMate software.

Please note that the Command Word does not have to be referenced in the PLC in order to have the D820 work. This structure is used to take advantage of the extra/unique features of the D820.

Once the M word is configured in the off-line configuration editor software, the D820 can communicate to the D50/D300 PLC without any further ladder logic programming.

Refer the following section entitled Command Word Structure to better understand the power of using the Command Word in the PLC application program.

Chapter 5: Command Word 17 Command Word 5 The Command Word reference is viewed by the
Chapter 5: Command Word 17 Command Word 5 The Command Word reference is viewed by the

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Chapter 5: Command Word

Command Word Structure

The Command Word is structured as follows where MXXX is the word reference used followed by the bit number.

ADDRESS

FUNCTION

MXXX00

Lock PLC Variable Fields

MXXX01

Lock Page

MXXX02

Lock Keys

MXXX03

YES Key

MXXX04

NO Key

MXXX05

Data change

MXXX06

Spare

MXXX07

D820 Power Up

MXXX08

Spare

MXXX09

Spare

MXXX10

Spare

MXXX11

Spare

MXXX12

Spare

MXXX13

Spare

MXXX14

Spare

MXXX15

Spare

Soft Locks (Bits 0, 1, 2)

These three bits allow the PLC application program to disable specific D820 functions. The D820 does not alter the Soft Lock bits. When any of the Soft Lock bits are energized, the associated D820 function is disabled, and will remain disabled unless the associated Soft Lock bit is de-energized in the PLC application program.

18 Chapter 5: Command Word Command Word Structure The Command Word is structured as follows where
18 Chapter 5: Command Word Command Word Structure The Command Word is structured as follows where

Chapter 5: Command Word

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Lock PLC Variable fields (Bit 0)

This bit allows the user to disable all PLC variable fields. When bit 0 is energized the D820 will ignore the SELECT key. This action will prevent the user from changing any PLC variables that are contained on the D820 display. When bit 0 is de-energized the SELECT key will become operational and allow for operator entry, providing bit 2 is also de-energized.

Lock Page (Bit 1)

This bit prevents the D820 from changing the page display. When Bit 1 is energized the D820 will ignore the Up & Down arrow keys, thus, page triggering via these keys will be suspended. When Bit 1 is de-energized normal operation of the Up & Down Arrow keys resume, providing bit 2 is also de-energized.

Lock Keys (Bit 2)

This bit allows the D820's entire keypad to be disabled. When Bit 2 is energized the D820 will ignore the entire keypad. All user interaction will be suspended. When Bit 2 is de-energized normal keypad operation will resume.

YES/NO Keys (Bit 3 & 4)

When either the YES or NO key is pressed their corresponding bit acts as Switch Image. In essence, both keys will act like a One-Shot pushbutton switch. The relay bit may be used within the PLC application as desired. Please note: Ladder logic must be assigned in order to use these bits. The D820 simply turns them on and off, the D50/D300 must determine what this means to the application program. Further information is given in the Getting Started Manual.

Chapter 5: Command Word 19 Lock PLC Variable fields (Bit 0) This bit allows the user
Chapter 5: Command Word 19 Lock PLC Variable fields (Bit 0) This bit allows the user

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Chapter 5: Command Word

Data Change Made (Bit 5)

Command Word bit 5 is energized by the D820 anytime a page sends data to the processor. This function may be useful in an application program designed to automatically change a page on the D820 upon the user entering data in a particular page. If this function is not used by the PLC application program it may simply be ignored.

Power Up (Bit 7)

Command Word bit 7 will be pulsed by the D820 on Power Up. Since the bit is pulsed there is no need for the PLC application program to de-energize it. This may be useful if used in the application program to trigger some action on Power Up. If the function is not used by the application program it may simply be ignored.

20 Chapter 5: Command Word Data Change Made (Bit 5) Command Word bit 5 is energized
20 Chapter 5: Command Word Data Change Made (Bit 5) Command Word bit 5 is energized

Chapte 6: Key Definition

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Key Definition

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The D820 keypad is made up of 8 user keys which can be used for a variety of different uses. The following is an explanation of each user key:

SELECT Key

The SELECT key is used to maneuver focus to any data objects on the display. Focus will be demonstrated on the page by overlaying flashing block characters [] over the entire field. Each time the SELECT key is pressed, focus will move from one PLC data object to the next in the order they were created. When the SELECT key is pressed and no more PLC data objects exist, focus will be de-activated for the page and the Up & Down arrow keys will be active.

ENTER Key

The ENTER key is used to send a new value to the PLC. When focus has been passed to a PLC Data object the ENTER key will send a newly entered value to the PLC providing the entry is valid.

YES, NO Keys

These two keys have been furnished to the user to use as tools in a specific application.

Switch Image

The keys are configured as Switch Image they will act as momentary pushbuttons. The status of the switch is held in the Command Word. Refer to the section entitled Yes No Keys (Bits 3 & 4) view how the Command Word will be affected.

Chapte 6: Key Definition 21 Key Definition 6 The D820 keypad is made up of 8
Chapte 6: Key Definition 21 Key Definition 6 The D820 keypad is made up of 8

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Chapter 6: Key Definition

UP, DOWN ARROW KEYS

These Up and Down arrow keys give the user another way to link pages.

UP

This key will trigger the assigned page number to the trigger word. The Up arrow key is ignored if a value of zero has been assigned or a PLC Data object has been selected in the displayed page.

DOWN

This key will trigger the assigned page number to the trigger word. The Down arrow key is ignored if a value of zero has been assigned or a PLC Data object has been selected in the displayed page.

LEFT & RIGHT ARROW KEYS

The Left and Right arrow keys are used to cursor through each digit on a selection. Once having selected a PLC Data object via the SELECT key, the Left and Right arrow keys will allow the operator to cursor in that field.

LEFT & RIGHT ARROW KEYS (Contrast Adjustment)

The Left and Right arrow keys serve a dual purpose. Used singularly, the keys function as listed above. However, when pressed simultaneously, they trigger the contrast adjustment function. This function is only available during PLC communication, not during Page File Load Mode.

After pressing the two keys, the SELECT key will cycle through the contrast settings of the D820 display. Release the SELECT when the desired contrast is acquired. Press the Left and Right keys to exit contrast mode.

22 Chapter 6: Key Definition UP, DOWN ARROW KEYS These Up and Down arrow keys give
22 Chapter 6: Key Definition UP, DOWN ARROW KEYS These Up and Down arrow keys give

Appendix A: Accessories

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Accessories

A
A

The Communication port on the D820 has been designed to communicate with the PLC or the Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software package. The following drawings illustrate the cable pinouts necessary for communications. Part Number:

D800CBLCH82.

PLC Communications Cable

25 Pin Male D-Sub

9 Pin Male D-Sub

  • DC 16.................................................4

Comm

DC Comm

  • DC 15.................................................5

Comm

DC Comm

RxTxA

23.................................................6

TR-

RxTxB

22.................................................7

TR+

+5 VDC

1...................................................9

+5 VDC

Appendix A: Accessories 23 Accessories A The Communication port on the D820 has been designed to
Appendix A: Accessories 23 Accessories A The Communication port on the D820 has been designed to
Appendix A: Accessories 23 Accessories A The Communication port on the D820 has been designed to

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Appendix A: Accessories

Micro PanelMate Software Communications Cable

The cable previously listed is also used for uploading/downloading configurations to/from the Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software and the D820. Simply use the RS-232/485 converter that is supplied with the D50/D300 PLC. Part Number: D50CPM485

By plugging the converter into the personal computer and then attaching the communications cable, pages can be transferred between the D820 and personal computer.

Access Plate

All connections to the D820 are made through two connectors located on the back of the unit. The following diagram shows the placement of both connectors.

24 Appendix A : Accessories Micro PanelMate Software Communications Cable The cable previously listed is also
24 Appendix A : Accessories Micro PanelMate Software Communications Cable The cable previously listed is also
24 Appendix A : Accessories Micro PanelMate Software Communications Cable The cable previously listed is also

Appendix A: Accessories

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Power Input

These three terminals receive the input power. The following schematic shows the connections for the 5volt DC unit. Please note the D820 receives power from the D50/D300 programming port and therefore does not need an external power supply unless located farther than 10 feet away from the processor.

5 VDC Unit + 5 VDC GROUND DC
5 VDC Unit
+ 5 VDC
GROUND
DC

Common

Warning

The external 5 volt DC power supply should not be used with the cable that provides power from the D50/D300 PLC. A potential difference in ground could occur. If you are using an external 5 volt DC power supply, do not connect pin 1 on the D820 to pin 9 on the D50/D300.

COM 1 Serial Communication Port

COM1 is the communication port used to interface with the D50/D300 processor. The port is also used to communicate with the Micro PanelMate Configuration Editor Software package.

Appendix A: Accessories 25 Power Input These three terminals receive the input power. The following schematic
Appendix A: Accessories 25 Power Input These three terminals receive the input power. The following schematic

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Appendix A: Accessories

26 Appendix A : Accessories
26 Appendix A : Accessories

Appendix B: Error Codes

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Error Codes

B
B

The D820 will display one of the following messages if it encounters a configuration, communication, or hardware error it cannot recover from without operator assistance.

Fatal Fault Messages

The following messages typically indicate hardware failure. If re-powering the unit does not correct the problem, repair may be necessary.

READ/WRITE ERROR DETECTED

ROM CHECKSUM ERROR DETECTED

Appendix B: Error Codes 27 Error Codes B The D820 will display one of the following
Appendix B: Error Codes 27 Error Codes B The D820 will display one of the following

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Appendix B: Error Codes

Keystroke Entry Messages

The following messages may be displayed in response to certain keystrokes. These are not fatal errors. The message will be displayed for a few seconds then the D820 will resume operations.

NOT ACCEPTED VALUE TOO LARGE

NOT ACCEPTED BELOW SET LIMIT

NOT ACCEPTED ABOVE SET LIMIT

Lock Messages

CAN NOT WRITE TO AN I/O ADDRESS

The following error messages may appear when using the lock bits inside the Command Word.

KEYPAD IS LOCKED BY THE PLC

PLC CONTROLLED PAGE LOCK

NO ENTRY ALLOWED IN THIS PAGE
NO ENTRY ALLOWED
IN THIS PAGE

PLC CONTROLLED WRITE PROTECTION

28 Appendix B: Error Codes Keystroke Entry Messages The following messages may be displayed in response

Appendix B: Error Codes

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PLC Status Messages

The following error messages will appear if the PLC is not in Run Mode:

Appendix B: Error Codes 29 PLC Status Messages The following error messages will appear if the

PLC STATUS:

STOP

PLC STATUS:

ERROR

MPM STATUS:

STOP

MPM STATUS:

STOP

Invalid Page Trigger Messages

The following error messages will appear if the D820 encounters a page that is not programmed into its memory or the page number triggered is invalid.

SPECIFIED PAGE

DOES NOT EXIST

PAGE # IS ILLEGAL
PAGE #
IS ILLEGAL

Corrupted Data Messages

These error messages are a direct cause from corrupted data. Clear D820 memory and reload application. Contact factory if problem persists.

-----FAILSAFE-----

ANY KEY TO RETRY

UNKNOWN ADDRESS

TYPE SPECIFIED

Appendix B: Error Codes 29 PLC Status Messages The following error messages will appear if the
Appendix B: Error Codes 29 PLC Status Messages The following error messages will appear if the

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Appendix B: Error Codes

Correction Message

The following error message may be electrical, configuration, or connection orientated. Action must be taken to correct the source of the problem.

--COMM FAILURE--

ANY KEY TO RETRY

If this fault is encountered the following are potential trouble areas.

  • 1. Improper PLC Node configuration. (Refer to Configuration Editor User's Manual)

  • 2. Loose or improper cable connection. (Refer to Appendix A)

  • 3. Communication cable is run with AC power lines, inducing electrical noise into the cable.

30 Appendix B: Error Codes Correction Message The following error message may be electrical, configuration, or
30 Appendix B: Error Codes Correction Message The following error message may be electrical, configuration, or

Appendix C: Installation

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Installation

C
C

The D820 is designed to be mounted in the door of an enclosure or on an operators console for ease of use.

Care should be taken when drilling and cutting out the mounting holes for the unit in order to protect it from metal chips and conductive particles. Failure to protect the unit may cause damage when power is applied and may void warranty.

Clearance & Heat Tolerance

A minimum clearance of six inches should be kept between the unit and any other device that generates heat. In the event that the internal enclosure temperature periodically exceeds 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit), fans or a purge air system should be used to increase the air flow, and eliminate "Hot Spots" that occur within the panel.

Appendix C: Installation 31 Installation C The D820 is designed to be mounted in the door
Appendix C: Installation 31 Installation C The D820 is designed to be mounted in the door

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Electrical Requirements

Environment

DC powered unit:

5 VDC, +/-5%, Fuse at 1 Amp. Power supplied from D50/D300 communication port.

Operating Temperature:

Storage Temperature:

0 o c to 50 o c -20 o c to 60Cc

Operating Humidity:

20% to 85% (non-condensing)

Vibration Operating:

2G @ 10-500Hz

Non-Operating:

2G @ 10-500Hz

Shock Operating:

15G

Non-Operating:

30G

Emissions:

CISPR 22 Class A-radiated & Conducted

Noise Immunity:

IEC 801-2,3,4,6,8

Weight:

2 pounds

Wiring Considerations

Care should be taken when routing DC power supply cable and the communication cable. Follow these guidelines for a trouble free installation:

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The DC power lines and communication cable must be kept away from AC power lines. Keep both at least one foot away from 115 VAC lines, and two feet away from higher voltage lines. This especially applies to the communication cable. If the cables must cross AC power lines, cross them at right angles.

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Keep the cables away from sources of high energy fields such as arc welders, AC motors, motor starters, servo controllers, generators, induction heaters, and transformers.

32 Appendix C: Installation Electrical Requirements Environment DC powered unit: 5 VDC, +/-5%, Fuse at 1
32 Appendix C: Installation Electrical Requirements Environment DC powered unit: 5 VDC, +/-5%, Fuse at 1

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Mechanical Dimensions

8.00 5.00 8.00 All dimension in inches. Mounting studs are number 6-32. Hardware is included.
8.00
5.00
8.00
All dimension in inches.
Mounting studs are number 6-32.
Hardware is included.
Appendix C: Installation 33 Mechanical Dimensions 8.00 5.00 8.00 All dimension in inches. Mounting studs are
Appendix C: Installation 33 Mechanical Dimensions 8.00 5.00 8.00 All dimension in inches. Mounting studs are

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Cutout Drawing

34 Appendix C: Installation Cutout Drawing
34 Appendix C: Installation Cutout Drawing
34 Appendix C: Installation Cutout Drawing

Index

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Index

A

Access Plate, 24 Accessing Different PLC Locations, 11 Appendix A: Accessories, 23 Appendix B: Error Codes, 27 Appendix c: Installation, 31

C

Chapter 1: Introduction, 3 Chapter 2: TCAM Mode, 9 Chapter 3: Custom Mode, 15 Chapter 4: Command Word, 17 Chapter 5: Key Definition, 21 Clearance & Heat Tolerance, 31 Command Word Structure, 18 Correction Message, 30 Corrupted Data Messages, 29 Cutout Drawing, 34

D

D820 Trigger Word, 15

E

Electrical Requirements, 32 ENTER Key, 21 Environment, 32 Example of Conventions, 4 Example of K000 Modification, 13

F

Fatal Fault Messages, 27

I

Invalid Page Trigger Messages, 29

K

Keystroke Entry Messages, 28

L

Ladder Logic Page Trigger Example, 16

Lock Messages, 28

M

Manual Writing Conventions, 4 Mechanical Dimensions, 33 Micro PanelMate Software Communications Cable, 24 Modifying PLC Data Values, 10

Modifying the Set Value & Present Value, 10

Index 35 Index A Access Plate, 24 Accessing Different PLC Locations, 11 Appendix A: Accessories, 23
Index 35 Index A Access Plate, 24 Accessing Different PLC Locations, 11 Appendix A: Accessories, 23

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Index

P

Page File Load Mode, 7 Page Triggering via D820 UP/DOWN ARROWS, 16 Page Triggering via PLC Ladder, 15 PLC Communications Cable, 23 PLC Status Messages, 29 Power Up Procedure, 8 Power Up, 7 Product Overview, 4

R

Run Mode, 8

S

SELECT Key, 21 Selecting Timer/Counters, 10

Soft Locks (Bits 0, 1, 2),

18

T

TCAM Page Definition, 9

U

UP, DOWN ARROW KEYS, 22

V

Viewing Data in Multiple Formats, 12

W

Wiring Considerations, 32

Y

YES, NO Keys, 21

36 Index P Page File Load Mode, 7 Page Triggering via D820 UP/DOWN ARROWS, 16 Page
36 Index P Page File Load Mode, 7 Page Triggering via D820 UP/DOWN ARROWS, 16 Page