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GOT1000 - Advance Training Course - Omni Ray AG

GOT1000 - Advance Training Course - Omni Ray AG

Safety Precautions (Make

Safety Precautions (Make sure to read before training) When designing a system, always read the relevant manuals and give due consideration to safety. In addition, pay careful attention to the following points for proper handling during training. Danger [Precautions during training] To prevent electric shock, do not touch the terminal block while the power is supplied. When opening the safety cover, turn off the power, or make sure that it is sufficiently safe. Caution Follow the instructor's directions during training. Do not remove training machine units or change wiring without permission. Doing so could cause a breakdown, faulty operation, injury, or fire. Turn the power OFF before mounting or removing a unit. Doing so while the current is ON could cause a breakdown or electric shock. If the training machine emits a strange odour or sound, press the "Power Switch" or the "Emergency Switch" to stop the machine. If any trouble occurs, contact the instructor right away.

  • Page 1: Graphic Operation Terminal Training
  • Page 5 and 6: Introduction About the manuals··
  • Page 7 and 8: 5.5 Operation Check 1 ······
  • Page 9 and 10: Appendix 5.5 Operation check (2) ·
  • Page 11 and 12: About the manuals Manual Selection
  • Page 13 and 14: System Configuration in this Textbo
  • Page 15 and 16: Chapter 1 What is the GOT? 1.1 Abou
  • Page 17 and 18: (7) Parts overlay (Layer function)
  • Page 19 and 20: 1 - 5
  • Page 21 and 22: QCPU GOT GOT GOT (4) MELSECNET/10 c
  • Page 23 and 24: 1.6 Equipments required for using G
  • Page 25 and 26: GT Works2 and GT Designer2 (CD-ROM)
  • Page 27 and 28: Chapter 2 GOT Operation 2.1 Summary
  • Page 29 and 30: 2.2 Entering numerical values into
  • Page 31 and 32: 2.3 Switching the screen to be disp
  • Page 33 and 34: 2.3.3 Base screen switching with th
  • Page 35 and 36: 2.3.5 Window screen display and swi
  • Page 37 and 38: Chapter 3 About GT Designer2 3.1 GT
  • Page 39 and 40: (4) Shortest setting without openin
  • Page 41 and 42: (10) Wizard application supporting
  • Page 43 and 44: (8)Check box (1)Extended tab (9)Go
  • Page 45 and 46: ↓ Example 2) Parts registration A
  • Page 47 and 48: (b) Category workspace The set obje
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    3.4 Toolbars The following types of

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    (2) View Name Description Snap Snap

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    (4) Object Name Description Switch

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    (7) Draw (8) Communication (9) Comm

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    (b) Library types Template Figures

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    (b) Basic operation of Library Imag

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    Copy Function (2) Editing a registe

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    3.5.3 Pasting objects or figures fr

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    Remarks The online manual can be vi

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    Chapter 4 From GOT Screen Creation

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    (1) System settings for GOT The GOT

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    (From previous page) 10) 4 - 5 10)

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    4.2.2 Communication Settings Point

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    (From previous page) 6) 7) 4) 5) 4

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    4.2.3 Screen switching device setti

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    Remarks • Screen switching device

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    4) 2) 3) (From previous page) 6) 5)

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    4.3 Data transfer (PC to GOT) 4.3.1

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    4.3.3 Communication settings Settin

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    6) (From previous page) 4 - 21 6) W

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    6) 7) (From previous page) 3) 4) 5)

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    4.4.2 Connecting the cable This sec

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    4.5.2 Checking that the GOT recogni

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    4.5.3 System alarm The system alarm

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    (2) Monitoring/changing the word de

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    Chapter 5 Drawing Fundamentals [Scr

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    5.1.2 Figure drawing This section d

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    (From the previous page) 5 - 5 6) R

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    1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) (4) Attribute cha

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    (Input examples) (Display examples)

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    5.3.2 Numerical input: 4 digits set

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    1) 1) 2) (3) Setting the display fo

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    5.3.3 Numerical input: 5 digits inc

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    (4) Reading/Writing the data with d

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    4) 5) 1) 2) 3) 4) (From the previou

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    2) 1) 3) (4) Set the figure as foll

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    2) 3) 4) 5) 6) (1) Key window opera

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    5.3.6 Go To Screen Switch settings

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    3) 1) 2) 5) 4) (3) Setting display

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    4) 5) 6) 7) (From the previous page

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    5.4 Numerical Display and Level Dis

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    1) 2) (3) Make the display style se

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    5.4.3 Illuminated momentary switch

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    5.4.5 Numerical display (T10): 5 di

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    Figure (2) Placing the level displa

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    2) 3) 4) 5) 6) (3) Double-click the

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    (3) Test 3 Run the following test o

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    5.6 Creating Original Library 5.6.1

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    5.6.3 Pasting Objects or Figures fr

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    5.7.1 Layer Front layer Back layer

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    1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) (3) Setting the d

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    5.7.3 Bar graph setting 6) 1) 2) 3)

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    (From the previous page) 5 - 55 2)

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    5.7.5 Alternate (ALT) toggle switch

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    5.8 Operation Check 2 Display the d

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    No.1 No.2 No.3 No.4 No.5 (2) Displa

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    (7) Displaying attributes of commen

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    3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13

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    5.9.4 Comment display settings by w

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    2) 3) 4) 6) 7) 8) 9) (2) Comment di

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    5.10 Window Screen Settings 2) Crea

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    (5) Setting the switch to display t

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    6) 7) 8) 3) 4) 5) 10) (7) Setting t

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    (2) Test 2 Run the following test o

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    2) Turn " X1 " of PLC test switch o

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    (1) Making the settings of numerica

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    Point (1) State No. and priority Up

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    (3) Making the setting of texts (4)

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    (1) Setting the display condition f

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    (From the previous page) Drag 8) 9)

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    Point (1) Objects with frames When

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    Item (2) Test 2 Perform the followi

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    (1) Making the settings of the nume

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    (From the previous page) (3) Making

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    5.15 Operation Check 5 Download all

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    The following screen will be create

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    (2) Registering parts The BMP/JPEG

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    Point Move way of parts The move wa

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    (3) Setting the counter (numerical

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    5.18 Recipe Settings 5.18.1 Recipes

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    The differences between the recipe

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    5.18.3 Screen setting examples The

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    5.18.5 Recipe settings 3) 4) 5) 6)

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    5.18.6 Recipe 1 set switch settings

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    5.19 Operation Check 7 Open the dow

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    Alarm Function Advanced Alarm Funct

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    (2) Alarm collection mode Select ei

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    d) When the number of alarms occurr

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    5.20.4 Alarm history display functi

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    5.20.5 Alarm history display functi

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    The types and the key codes for tou

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    (From previous page) Window Screen

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    5.22 Language Switching Function Se

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    5.22.2 Comment group registration (

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    Remarks Pasting Excel text to comme

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    5.22.4 Touch switch setting (1) Set

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    5.24 Drawing Tips 5.24.1 Superimpos

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    5.25 Training device list and seque

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    (From previous page) (Next page) 5

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    (Next page) (From previous page) 5

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    (From previous page) (Next page) 5

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    (From previous page) 5 - 153

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    Chapter 6 Batch Setting for Objects

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    6.3 Setting Objects in a Batch (Pro

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    3) (b) Changing device setting in a

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    Appendix 1 Security Function Append

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    Appendix 1.2 Settings Screen Exampl

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    Important Be sure to make a note of

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    3) 4) (From the previous page) Rema

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    Appendix 1.5 Object Setting (securi

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    Appendix 1.6 Operation Check Downlo

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    Appendix 2 Script Function Appendix

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    (9) Script functions types There ar

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    (c) Script function execution condi

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    (c) Setting example 1) Devices to b

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    (2) Automatic switching to restore

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    Appendix 3 Data transfer to GOT by

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    Appendix 4 Debug (GT Simulator2) Ap

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    (From the previous page) Appendix 2

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    5) 4) (From previous page) Appendix

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    Option OS 2) 3) 4) 5) Function Name

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    4) 5) (From previous page) 4) 3) 2)

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    Appendix 5.3 Ladder monitor functio

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    Appendix 5.4 Operation check (1) Pe

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    4) 6) (From previous page) (Next pa

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    13) 14) 18) (From previous page) (N

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    (From previous page) 5) 6) 7) 3) 4)

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    Appendix 5.6 System monitor functio

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    4) 5) (From previous page) Appendix

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    4) 5) DEVICE ENTRY (From previous p

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    3) 2) (2) Operation procedure for t

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    11) (From previous page) 12) Append

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    Appendix 5.8 Training sequence prog

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    Appendix 7 Specifications of Availa

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    1) Memory capacity for data list di

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    1) Memory capacity for alarm list d

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    Max. No. of setting objects in one

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    Function Recipe Advanced recipe Max

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    Function Hard Copy Bar Code Max. No

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    Appendix 8 Glossary This glossary e

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    direct CPU connection, etc.), so al

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    File register (R) These are extensi

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    Layer processing Name of operation

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    With parts movement, it is also pos

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    Shortcut keys Shortcut keys are key

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    Trigger write Operating (displaying

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