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XMITSUFX: Mitsubishi PLC FX Series Protocol Driver v10.0


XMITSUFX: Mitsubishi PLC FX Series Protocol Driver

General Information:


XMITSUFX driver allows you to connect to the MITSUBISHI programmable controllers, series FX, through an RS-422 to RS-232C interface unit. The recommended interface is the FX-232AW unit, although any standard 232/422 converter can be good to communicate with the PLC through the base unit programming connector.

Protocol specifications:
Transfer format: RS232C standard, asynchronous bi-directional (not simultaneously) Baud rate: 9600 bps Parity: Even Verification: Sum check Characters: ASCII, plus STX, ETX, ENQ, ACK and NAK.

Important note:

If you cannot communicate or if you are using RS-485 to connect to the device, you should set the RTS signal during the communication. This can be done by setting the RTSEnable argument when calling the read and write methods. If you still cannot communicate, check that your RS-485 cables are not inverted.

Inaccessible Areas:
The constant K setting of timer and counter coils in the program area are not accessable via the interface. Use data registers to store the setting if this function is desired.

File registers D1000 to D1999 are stored in the program memory area. Thus they are not accessable via this interface. Normally, their data has to be read to normal data registers before any process can be made anyway.


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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