How to configure the PCD3.W800 and A810 on an RIO Module PCD3.T760?

FAQ #100570

When using the modules PCD3.W800 and A810 on T760, it is necessary to know the address mapping which may be different that when they are used on a PCD3.Mxxx processor or on a LIO module (PCD3.Cxxx)!

In PG5 when the SIO or DP file is build, network variables are created in a new tag of the symbols editor. Those network variables (flags and registers) are at disposal in the different editors.

Attached the example done with PG5 1.4 110 contains a SIO file and a Fupla file!

 

PCD3.A810 on RIO module PCD3.T76

When using PCD3.W800 on a PCD3.T760 the (inputs) addresses are swapped compare to when used on a PCD3.Mxxx or Cxx

Data read: the bits 0..3 are: Switch: Output 0..3 (0=Auto, 1=Man)

Data read: the bits 8..11 are: Status Output 0..3
Data write: Output 0..3

 

Address + BA
Data read (inputs)
Data write (outputs)
0
Switch: Output 0 (0=auto;1=man)
Output 0
1
Switch: Output 1 (0=auto;1=man)
Output 1
2
Switch: Output 2 (0=auto;1=man)
Output 2
3
Switch: Output 3 (0=auto;1=man)
Output 3
4
5
6
7
8
State: Output 0
9
State: Output 1
10
State: Output 2
11
State: Output 3
12
13
14
15

PCD3.W800 on RIO module PCD3.T760

The following addresses are at disposal:

·        3 bits (flags) are used (0,4,8) to read the state of the Man/Auto switch

·        4 registers (0..3) to write the analog output value

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Address + BA
Data read (Inputs)
Data write AO (Registers)
0
Switch : Output 0 (0=Auto, 1=Man)
Analog Output 0
1
Analog Output 1
2
Analog Output 2
3
Analog Output 3
4
Switch : Output 1 (0=Auto, 1=Man)
5
6
7
8
Switch : Output 2 (0=Auto, 1=Man)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

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Last update: 30.05.2015 02:35

First release: 28.06.2006 15:20

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