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XIDECM3: Idec Izumi Micro3 Programmable Controller Protocol Driver v10.0

XIDECM3: Idec Izumi Micro3 Programmable Controller Protocol Driver

General Information:

XIDECM3 driver was designed to support the IDEC IZUMI MICRO3 controllers.

Serial communication is RS-485 at the PLC side. You can use a RS232C/RS485 Converter HD9Z-T11 to convert electrical signals between RS-232C and RS-485 to communicate with a computer using a RS-232 port.

Communication is half-duplex, being the PC always the master and the PLC always behave as a slave in the RS-485 network.

This driver supports both types of end codes for messages. Terminator can be CR (default for the PLC) or CR+LF. The terminator can be selected using F10+F3+FUN8 in the Micro3 configuration software (CUBIC).

Communication parameters can be:
  • Baudrate = 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 (default), 19200 bauds.

  • Start bits = 1

  • Data bit = 7 (default), 8

  • Stop bit = 1 (default), 2

  • If you are communicating with a RS-485 network in 1:N communication computer link system, it is suggested that you configure your driver to raise the RTS signal while transmitting and lower it while receiving.

    If you are commnicating in 1:1 communication, it is suggested that you keep the RTS signal raised during the whole communication.

    Available Commands:

    Supported Devices:

    (This list is only indicative and may exist other unlisted equipment that are also communicable with this driver).

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