1.1 Outline .
1.1.1 List of models compatible with the software DU/WIN .
1.1.2 Product configuration (accessory list) .
1.1.3 Major features of the software
1.2 How to read this manual
1.2.1 Contents described in manual
1.2.2 Abbreviations in the text .
2.1 Software installation procedure .
2.2 Operating environments of the personal computer
2.3 System configuration .
2.4 Installation (setup) .
2.4.1 Starting up the setup program
2.5 Deleting the application .
2.6 Installation information .
2.6.1 Installation destination directory .
2.6.2 Upper compatibility of the drawing file
3. Starting up and Terminating the Program
3.1 Starting up the program .
3.1.1 Program type
3.1.2 Starting up the program
3.2 Screen configuration of the DU/WIN
3.2.1 Basic screen .
3.3 Terminating the program .
4. What You Should Know Before Starting Drawing
4.1 Name of each object on the screen .
4.2 Types of the DU screen and the F940GOT screen .
4.3 Objects constituting the screen
4.4 Functions of tools .
4.4.1 Tool type .
4.4.2 Modifying the display layout of the tool bar
5. Preparation for Drawing and Basic Options .
5.1 Screen creation procedure
5.2 Let's start to create the screen.
5.2.1 Preparation for drawing (Screen window)
5.2.2 Creating the screen data newly [New]
5.2.3 Reading and editing the existing screen data (Open)
5.2.4 Readable files .
5.2.5 Selecting the screen No. and performing additional deletion (Screen List)
5.2.6 Adding and changing the screen No. (Screen Header)
5.2.7 Adding, deleting and sorting objects (Object List)
6. Menu Bar Functions .
6.1 Types and functions of the menu bar
6.2 Jobs offered by the “File” command
6.2.1 Saving the screen data to the disk .
6.2.2 File formats which can be read and saved .
6.2.3 Creating the printout title
6.2.4 Checking the preview before printout .
6.2.5 Setting and starting printout
6.2.6 Samples of printout .
6.3 Jobs offered by the “Edit” command
6.3.1 Deleting, transferring and copying objects (Screen window)
6.3.2 Searching the use destination screen No. based on the object name
6.4 Jobs offered by the “View” command
6.4.1 Displaying the screen list on the front .
6.4.2 Creating and editing the text library
6.4.3 Creating and editing the image library
6.4.4 Creating and editing the device comment
6.4.5 Creating and setting the alarm message
6.4.6 Creating and setting the data for the data file .
6.4.7 Setting the time channel .
6.4.8 Setting the sampling condition
6.4.9 Creating logos,symbols,etc. using the external character creation
6.4.10 Arranging the DU operation environment by the system setting
6.5 Jobs offered by the “Transfer” command .
6.5.1 Preparation for data transfer between the DU
6.5.2 Executing transfer of the drawing data .
6.5.3 OS transfer function in the F940GOT .
6.5.4 Changing over the port for communication setup .
6.6 Objects offered by the “Other” command
6.6.1 Error check for the screen data
6.6.2 Displaying the memory use capacity
6.6.3 Displaying the sampling result
6.6.4 Displaying the alarm history .
6.6.5 Displaying the alarm frequency
6.7 Functions offered by the Window menu
6.7.1 Displaying the grid
6.7.2 Setting the grid display .
6.7.3 Enlarging and diminishing the screen window
6.8 Help menu .
6.8.1 Topics index function
6.8.2 Checking the version of the DU/WIN software .
7. Common Drawing Operations
7.1 Rule on object selection .
7.1.1 Editing the objects to be displayed on the screen
7.1.2 Selecting the objects to be displayed on the screen and the objects not to
be displayed on the screen .
7.1.3 Editing the key objects
7.1.4 Editing the attribute objects (Scroll and Flashing) in the FX-10DU-E .
7.2 Specifying object elements using data files (indirect specification) .
7.3 Assigning character strings and graphics in libraries to the DU
7.4 DU screen specifications .
8. Object Function Description .
8.1 Setting the "Text" object
8.1.2 Library Text .
8.2 Setting the "Image" object .
8.2.2 Library Image
8.3 Setting the "Graph" object .
8.3.1 Bar Graph .
8.3.2 Trend Graph (Sampling) .
8.3.3 Circle Graph .
8.3.4 Panel Meter
8.3.5 Proportional Bar Graph
8.3.6 Proportional Pie Graph
8.3.7 Line Graph
8.4 Setting indicators (Indicator)
8.4.1 Text indicator .
8.4.2 Image indicator .
8.4.3 Indicator .
8.4.4 Label indicator
8.4.5 Change screen
8.4.6 Output Indicator
8.4.7 Setting "Overlay Screen"
8.5 Setting the date/time display (Date/Time)
8.5.2 Time .
8.6 Setting the character code (Ascii)
8.7 Setting the numeric (Number)
8.8 Setting the box (Box) .
8.9 Setting the circle (Circle)
8.10 Setting the line (Line) .
8.11 Setting the touch key (TouchKey)
8.12 Setting the keyboard (Keyboard) .
8.13 Setting the key function .
8.13.1 Key function object .
8.13.3 Send data bank
8.13.4 Change screen .
8.13.5 Data setting
8.13.6 Increment and Decrement
8.13.7 Write constant .
8.15 Cautions on screen creation in the GOT-F900 Series .
8.15.1 Arrangement of "Touch Key", "Number" and "Ascii" objects
8.15.2 Key code and function of touch key
9. Related Information
9.1.1 Function index and applicable DU type
9.1.2 Object name index and applicable DU type .
9.2 Additional functions and corresponding version of the DU .
9.3 Cautions on using the screen data for an other type of PLC .
9.3.1 Cautions on using the screen data for an other type of PC
9.3.2 Cautions on change of the DU type
9.3.3 Cautions on DU type setting when the drawing data is transferred (written)
to the DU
9.4 Device list for each PC
9.5 Control devices
9.5.2 Screen specification registers
(The table below indicates the case where D0 is assigned.)
9.6 Number of objects registered and data size
9.7 Data transfer between a general-purpose ROM writer
(preparation before transfer such as connection)
9.8 Image library data list .
9.8.2 Indicator .
9.8.3 Switch .
9.8.4 Other(mark) .
9.9 Troubleshooting .