3. HIGH–SPEED RESPONSE
(Power Mate i–H)
The following format of bit–specified access is usable for custom macro
system variables for PMC data in the high response mode.
Bit–specified access format:
(where bit number: 0 to 7)
Example) If the R0000 bit is 1:
1 This function is optional.
2 To use a macro statement with the high response function, the
options for the high response function and high response
macro function are required in addition to this option.
3 Only bit numbers 0 to 7 can be specified. If any other bit
number is specified, compiler error 1064 occurs.
4 If bit–specified access is to be performed, do not specify a
variable as a variable number or bit number. Otherwise,
compiler error 1066 (meaning that an attempt to use an
indirect command with a bit specification macro variable
was made) occurs.
.0 ... Impossible
#[#1300000].0 ... Possible
Listed below are the system variables for which bit specification is
Variable number Function Access
#1000000 to #1000299 Variable–timer variables (T0 to T299) R/W
#1010000 to #1010039 Keep relay variables (K0 to K39) R/W
#1020000 to #1020199 Counter variables (C0 to C199) R/W
#1050000 to #1050127 External I/O (X0000 to X0127) R
Built–in I/O (X1000 to X1003 and
#1060000 to #1060127 External I/O (Y0000 to Y0127) R
#1061000 to #1061002 Built–in I/O (Y1000 to Y1002) R/W
#1200000 to #1207999 Data table variables (D0 to D7999) R/W
#1300000 to #1302999 Relay variables (R0 to R2999) R/W
#1400000 to #1400511 PMC G addresses (G0 to G511) R/W
#1500000 to #1500511 PMC F addresses (F0 to F511) R
*1 R: Readable. W: Writable.
*2 Before writing, specify the Y addresses of the write destinations in
parameter Nos. 7415 to 7417.
ACCESS TO SYSTEM
Usable system variables