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    Setting up Peer Cop specific input and specific output in the M340 MB+ proxy TCSEGDB23F24FA.

     

    Setting up Peer Cop specific In/Out to transfer data to and from an M340 over MB+ via the TCSEGDB23F24FA.

     

    Unity Pro v4.0 thru v13 TCSEGDB23F24FA

     


    For the purposes of this resolution we will use the TCSEGDB23F24FA to have a M340 write a coil and read a register to/from a Proworx32 (PW32) programmed Quantum over MB+ using Peer Cop Specific Input and Specific Output. The M340 will write %M1 down to 00001 in the Quantum and also read 40001 from the Quantum and store it in %MW1 of the M340.

    To start in the PW32 Quantum program under config extension>Peer cop configure a specific input from the TCSEGDB23F24FA MB+ node address (in this case 53) to store the data sent from the M340 into coils 00001 - 00016. The data transferred is always packed into a word. That is why the length is 1 and 16 coils get allocated.



    Now under Specific Output configure a specific output to the TCSEGDB23F24FA MB+ node address (in this case 53) to send the data in register 40001 of the Quantum.



    Next log into the web pages TCSEGDB23F24FA with the default username/password USER/USER




    From the home page click on the setup button.







    Under Setup>M340 Interface click IP address.





    Enter the IP address of the M340 PLC or M340 NOE. Apply and save.




    Next choose Register Offsets.







    Here is where we can define the memory address in the M340 where the data will be taken from or sent to. Since the M340 does not distinguish between 0x and 1x (or 3x and 4x) notation we need away of mapping 1x and 3x registers. If you want to have the M340 read a 1x or 3x register then in this case you will need to choose a %M or %MW address 2049 or higher. So if you wanted to read register 30001 then map it to %MW2049 or above in the M340.

    Also by checking off Legacy Compatibility the registers will get shifted by 1. This is because the M340 starts address locations at 0 and the Quantum starts at 1.

    Finally you need to define an area in the M340 to hold the Peer Cop health information. Please note that this with take up 12 consecutive %MW locations (in this case %MW3073 - 3085). If the health status is not available then the TCSEGDB23F24FA will not transfer any Peer Cop data.

    Apply and save.




    Minimize the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages and open the M340 configuration in Unity.





    Under the configuration tab confirm that you have enough memory address allocated to cover what you put into the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages.






    Open the TCSEGDB23F24FA webpages and under setup chose Specific Output.





    Scroll down to the MB+ address of the Quantum PLC (in this case 49). Change the data type to %M. Leave the source Ref as 1 (%M1 in the M340) and set the length to 1. The Specific Output in the TCSEGDB23F24FA must match the Specific Input of the Quantum. This will map 00001 - 00016 of the Quantum to %M1 - %M16 of the M340. Apply and save.






    Next under setup click Specific Input.




    Scroll down to the MB+ address of the Quantum PLC (in this case 49). Leave the data type as %MW and the source Ref as 1 (%MW1 in the M340). Again set the length to 1. The Specific Input in the TCSEGDB23F24FA must match the Specific Output of the Quantum. This will map 40001 of the Quantum to %MW1 of the M340. Apply and save.



    Once the Quantum, M340, and TCSEGDB23F24FA are all connected and running if you toggle %M1 in the M340 you should see coil 00001 toggle in the Quantum. Also if you put a value into register 40001 in the Quantum you should see it show up in %MW1 of the M340.


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