G. MAINTENANCE USING A NOTEBOOK
The Power Mate i has two RS–232–C ports (channel 1 and channel 2).
It is assumed that an I/O device for user applications and handy files is
connected to channel 1 and a display for maintenance (DPL/MDI
operation package or FAPT LADDER II) is connected to channel 2.
When using the system without connecting a maintenance device such as
an CRT/MDI or basic operation package (BOT), use channel 2 only for
the DPL/MDI operation package and FAPT LADDER II.
To use the DPL/MDI operation package or FAPT LADDER II, follow the
procedure below to set the RS–232–C port by using the button (PSW) and
7–segment LED display (LEDM1) on the Power Mate i main unit. (For
details of how to operate the MTSW rotary switch, PSW maintenance
button, and LEDM1 7–segment LED display, refer to the description in
the technical report issued separately.)
Rotary switch and 7–segment LED display
The Power Mate i main unit
(1)When the PSW maintenance button is held for about 5 seconds with
the rotary switch set to the 0 position, the LED display enters the
high–speed blinking state. When the button is pressed again in this
status, the LED display enters the primary selection mode. In the
primary selection mode, the number corresponding to each type of
operation sequentially appears. (Table G.3 (a))
(2)When “3” is displayed in the primary selection mode, press the PSW
button. “3” displayed on the LED display blinks at high speed. When
the button is pressed again in this status, the LED display enters the
secondary selection mode. In the secondary selection mode, the
number corresponding to each setting (Table G.3 (a)) sequentially
appears. When the number corresponding to the target setting is
displayed, press the PSW button again. The selected number blinks.
Press the PSW button again.
D Additional information 1
D Additional information 2
(Setting the RS–232–C
port (after power–on))