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GSE Scale Systems


Ethernet IP Option
Option P/N 24660B-421C0
Revision 0.51 Apr 3, 2008

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................5

1.1

Overview.............................................................................................................................................................5

1.2

Definiti ons...........................................................................................................................................................5

1.3

Reference Documents ......................................................................................................................................5

1.4

Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. (ODVA)................................................................................5

1.5

LED Operation..................................................................................................................................................6

1.6

Serial Operation................................................................................................................................................6

IDENTITY OBJECT (01HEX - 1 INSTANCE) ..........................................................7

2.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0).........................................................................................................................7

2.2

Instance Attributes (Instance 1) ...................................................................................................................7

2.3

Common Services .............................................................................................................................................7

MESSAGE ROUTER OBJECT (02HEX - 1 INSTANCE).......................................8

ASSEMBLY OBJECT (04HEX 5 INSTANCES)


* * * INPUT ASSEMBLY =
IMPLICIT DATA FROM SCALE * * *.......................................................................................9
4.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0) .........................................................................................................................9

4.2

Input (T20) Instance Attributes (Instance 100)........................................................................................9

***Notes on interpreting data from the scale in the INPUT Assembly (IMPLICIT Messaging)............9
4.3
Output (O2T) Instance Attributes (Instance 112) * * * OUTPUT Assembly = Implicit data
TO scale * * * ................................................................................................................................................................11
***Notes on writing data to the scale in the OUTPUT Assembly (IMPLICIT Messaging)....................11
4.4

Heartbeat and Configuration Instances ...................................................................................................11

4.5

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................12

CONNECTION MANAGER OBJECT (06HEX) ....................................................13

TCP OBJECT (F5HEX - 1 INSTANCE) ..................................................................14

6.1

Class Attributes...............................................................................................................................................14

6.2

Instance Attributes.........................................................................................................................................14

6.3

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................14

ETHERNET LINK OBJECT (F6HEX - 1 INSTANCE) ..........................................15

7.1

Class Attributes...............................................................................................................................................15

7.2

Instance Attributes.........................................................................................................................................15

7.3

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................15

8 SCALE OBJECT (64HEX (100 DECIMAL)- 8 INSTANCES) * * * EXPLICIT DATA


TO / FROM SCALE .......................................................................................................16
8.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0).......................................................................................................................16

8.2

Instance Attributes (Instances 1-8)............................................................................................................16

8.3

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................16

***Notes on reading / writing scale data using the Scale Object (EXPLICIT Messaging).....................16
8.4

Write Modbus Registers (Service Code 0x33)........................................................................................18

TARGET SETPOINT OBJECT (65HEX - 16 INSTANCES)................................20

9.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0).......................................................................................................................20

9.2

Instance Attributes (Instances 1-16)..........................................................................................................20

9.3

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................20

***Notes on reading / writing variables(Setpoint Targets) data using the Target Setpoint Object
(EXPLICIT Messaging).............................................................................................................................................20

10

PCCC OBJECT (67HEX - 1 INSTANCE)............................................................21

10.1

Class / Instance Attributes (None).............................................................................................................21

10.2

Common Services ...........................................................................................................................................21

10.3

Execute PCCC Request (Service Code 4BHEX) .......................................................................................21

10.4

PCCC Mapping (Read Only Parameters)...............................................................................................21

10.5

PCCC Mapping (Read/Write Parameters).............................................................................................22

10.6

PCCC Mapping (Read/ Write User Range Registers)..........................................................................22

11

PROFINET IO TBD ..........................................................................................23

12

WEBSERVER.......................................................................................................24

12.1

Main Page (index.htm)..................................................................................................................................24

12.2

Unit Description (descript.htm)..................................................................................................................25

12.3

Network Configuration (config.htm) ........................................................................................................26

12.4

Diagnostics (diagnostics.htm)......................................................................................................................27

1. Introduction
1.1

Overview

This is a description of the software functionality fo r the GSE Scale System Exlink OEM. This document
doesnt describe any hardware functionality or details of EtherNet/IP, MODBUS TCP, MODBUS RTU or
PROFINET IO.
1.2

Definitions

The following table has a description of all of the data types used.
USINT
UINT
UDINT
INT
STRING
SHORT STRINGNN
BYTE
WORD
DWORD
REAL
1.3

1.4

Unsigned Short Integer (8-bit)


Unsigned Integer (16-bit)
Unsigned Double Integer (32-bit)
Signed Integer (16-bit)
Character String (1 byte per character)
Character String (1st byte is length; up to NN characters)
Bit String (8-bits)
Bit String (16-bits)
Bit String (32-bits)
IEEE 32-bit Single Precision Floating Point

Reference Documents
ODVA Volume 1: CIP Common Specification, Edition 3.1 2006 ODVA
ODVA Volume 3: DeviceNet Adaptation of CIP, Edition 1.3 2006 ODVA
Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. (ODVA)

ODVA is an independent supplier organization that manages the DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP specification
and supports the worldwide growth of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP).

1.5

LED Operation

The unit provides one bi-color LED for status.


Currently the LEDs are tied to the serial lines so:

1.6

Transmissions from the Exlink to the GSE Scale flicker the Green LED
Transmissions from the GSE Scale to the Exlink flicker the Red LED

Serial Operation
The serial communication is fixed at 19200 baud, 8 bits, No Parity with 1 stop Bit
The Modbus Node address is fixed at 1
The default poll rate is once per 100 milliseconds
Writes are queued and inserted instead of a read.
Writes return success immediately.
On write failure, the error counter increases and the original register content returns.
The default timeout is 500ms

2 Identity Object (01HEX - 1 Instance)


2.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0)


Attribute ID
1

2.2

Revision

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT

Data Value

Access Rule

Get

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
USINT
WORD
UDINT

Data Value

Access Rule

50DEC
00HEX
10860
01
01
See Below
Unique
32 Bit Value
GSE Scale

Get
Get
Get
Get

Instance Attributes (Instance 1)


Attribute ID
1
2
3
4

2.3

Name

Name

5
6

Vendor Number
Device Type
Product Code Number
Product Major Revision
Product Minor Revision
Status
Serial Number

Product Name

SHORT
STRING32

Get
Get
Get

Common Services
Service Code
05HEX
0EHEX

Implemented for
Class Level
Instance Level
No
Yes
No
Yes

Service Name
Reset
Get_Attribute_Single

3 Message Router Object (02HEX - 1 Instance)


*** No supported Services or Attributes ***

4 Assembly Object (04HEX 5 Instances)


* * * INPUT Assembly = Implicit data FROM scale * * *
4.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0)


Attribute ID
1
2

4.2

Name
Revision
Max Instance

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT
UINT

Data Value

Access Rule

2
150

Get
Get

Data Value

Access Rule

Get

Input (T20) Instance Attributes (Instance 100)


Attribute ID
3

Name
Input Data (58 bytes)

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT[29]

4.2.1 Input Instance 100


Word
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Modbus Register
40011
40013
40014
40015
40017
40018
40019
40021
40022
40023
40025
40026
40027
40029
40030
40031
40033
40034
40035
40037
40038
40039
40041
40042
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007

Description
Gross Scale #1
Net Scale #1
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #1
Gross Scale #2
Net Scale #2
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #2
Gross Scale #3
Net Scale #3
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #3
Gross Scale #4
Net Scale #4
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #4
Gross Scale #5
Net Scale #5
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #5
Gross Scale #6
Net Scale #6
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #6
Gross Scale #7
Net Scale #7
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #7
Gross Scale #8
Net Scale #8
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #8
Setpoints 1-16 Status
Setpoints 17-32 Status
Setpoints 33-48 Status
Setpoints 49-64 Status
Setpoints 131-138 Status

***Notes on interpreting data from the scale in the INPUT Assembly (IM PLICIT Messaging)
1.
2.

3.

The Gross and Net of the scales is communicated as the number of scale graduations in
calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated by .02 lbs: data of 250 = 5 lbs (250 x .02)
Setpoints Status are 16 bit bitmaps (some GSE Models have fewer Setpoint blocks so the
unavailable setpoints will just be duplicates of the lower numbered Setpoint data words). A data
value of 17 in word 24 would indicate that Setpoints #5 and # 1 are ON (0000000000010001).
Scaling / Status Bitmaps: see Table 4.2.0.

Table 4.2.0 Scale Parameter P96 Scale Status and Scaling


Scale Status and Scaling (16 Bits)

LSB
2
3
4

Overload
Underload
Motion
Center of Zero

5
6
7
8

Motion Delayed
Command Running
Neg. Gross Polarity
Negative Net Polarity
A / D Error

9..13

Scale Graduation Size


(Engineering Units)

0 0.00001
1 0.00002
2 0.00005
3 0.0001
4 0.0002
5 0.0005
6 0.001
7 0.002
8 0.005
14..15
Future

MSB

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

0.01
0.02
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
2
5

18
19
20
21
22
23

10
20
50
100
200
500

INTEGERS:
DEFAULT SETUP: With
the exceptions of Count,
#Accums, Status (Int /
UInt) and free-fall time
(always .01 sec.), All
Integer / UInt values are
returned as the number of
graduations based on the
calibration setting for scale
#1 (P111).

Future

10

4.3

Output (O2T) Instance Attributes (Instance 112)


* * * OUTPUT Assembly = Implicit data TO scale * * *
Attribute ID
3

Name

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT[15]

Output Data (30 Bytes)

Data Value

Access Rule

Get

4.3.1 Output Instance 112


Word
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Modbus Register
40012
40016
40020
40024
40028
40032
40036
40040
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40008
40009

Description
Tare Scale #1
Tare Scale #2
Tare Scale #3
Tare Scale #4
Tare Scale #5
Tare Scale #6
Tare Scale #7
Tare Scale #8
Setpoints 1-16 Status
Setpoints 17-32 Status
Setpoints 33-48 Status
Setpoints 49-64 Status
Setpoints 131-138 Status
All ZERO and TARE
Run Macros

***Notes on writing data to the scale in the OUTPUT Assembly (IMPLICIT Messaging)
1. To send a Tare value to Scale #2: set the data in word #1 to the number of scale graduations in
calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated by .5 lbs: word #1 data set to 25 = 12.5 lbs (25 x .5)
2. Words #8 to #12 are 16 bit bitmaps of blocks of setpoints (some GSE Models have fewer
Setpoints so the unavailable setpoints will just be duplicates of the lower numbered bitmaps). To
Activate a Setpoint set its bit: a value of 8 would set Setpoint #4 to ON (0000000000001000). 9
would set Setpoint #1 and #4 ON (0000000000001001). Setting the data to 0 would turn ALL
Setpoints in this bitmap to OFF.
3. Word #13 is similar to the setpoints. Bits 1 to 8 Zero scales 1 to 8 respectively: a value of 2
would Zero scale #2 (0000000000000010), 15 would Zero scales 1, 2, 3 and 4 (00001111). Bits 9
to 16 Tare scales 1 to 8 respectively: Hi byte 1 (256) would cause a Tare on scale #1
(0000000100000000).
4. Word #14 is again a similar bitmap that can start Macros 1 to 16: a data value of 4 would start
Macro #3 (0000000000000100).

4.4

Heartbeat and Configuration Instances

4.4.1 Input Only Heartbeat (Instance 128)


This instance allows clients to monitor input data without providing output data.

4.4.2 Listen Only Heartbeat (Instance 129)


This instance allows clients to monitor input data without providing output data. To utilize this connection
type, an owning connection must exist from a second client and the configuration of the connection must
match exactly.

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4.4.3 Configuration (Instance 150)


Contents of the configuration instance are TBD.

4.5

Common Services
Service
Code
0EHEX
10HEX

Implemented for
Class Level
Instance Level
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Service Name
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single

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5 Connection Manager Object (06HEX)


This object has no attributes.

13

6 TCP Object (F5HEX - 1 Instance)


6.1

Class Attributes
Attribute ID
1

6.2

Data Type
UINT

Data Value
1

Access Rule
Get

Default
Data Value
1
0
0

Access Rule

Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
1
2
3
4

6.3

Name
Revision

Name

Data Type
1

Status
Configuration Capability 2
Configuration Control3
Physical Link Object4
Structure of:
Path Size
Path
Interface Configuration5
Structure of:
IP Address
Network Mask
Gateway Address
Name Server
Name Server 2
Domain Name Size
Domain Name
Host Name 6
Structure of:
Host Name Size
Host Name

DWORD
DWORD
DWORD
UINT
Array Of WORD

Get
Get
Get
Get

2
0x20F6
0x2401
Get

UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UINT
STRING

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Get

UINT
STRING

0
0

Common Services
Service Code
0EHEX
10HEX

Implemented for
Class Level
Yes
No

Service Name
Instance Level
Yes
Yes

Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single

See section 5-3.2.2.1 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
See section 5-3.2.2.2 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
3
See section 5-3.2.2.3 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
4
See section 5-3.2.2.4 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
5
See section 5-3.2.2.5 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
6
See section 5-3.2.2.6 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
2

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7 Ethernet Link Object (F6HEX - 1 Instance)


7.1

Class Attributes
Attribute ID
1

7.2

Data Type
UINT

Data Value
1

Access Rule
Get

Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
1
2
3

7.3

Name
Revision

Name

Data Type
7

Interface Speed
Interface Flags 8
Physical Address9

UDINT
DWORD
USINT Array[6]

Default
Data Value
100
3
0

Access Rule
Get
Get
Get

Common Services
Service Code
0EHEX

Implemented for
Class Level
Yes

Service Name
Instance Level
Yes

Get_Attribute_Single

See section 5-4.2.2.1 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
See section 5-4.2.2.2 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
9
See section 5-4.2.2.3 of Volume 2: EtherNet/IP Adaptation of CIP from ODVA for more details on this attribute.
8

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8 Scale Object (64 HEX

(100 decimal)- 8

Instances)

* * * EXPLICIT data TO / FROM scale


8.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0)


Attribute ID
1
2

8.2

101

65HEX

102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110

66HEX
67HEX
68HEX
69HEX
6A HEX
6BHEX
6CHEX
6DHEX
6EHEX

Name
Revision
Max Instance
Number Registers to poll
(Immediate Response)
Polling Interval (milliseconds)
Setpoints 1-16 Status
Setpoints 17-32 Status
Setpoints 33-48 Status
Setpoints 49-64 Status
Setpoints 131-138 Status
All ZERO and TARE
Run Macros
Weight / 1000 Pieces

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT
UINT
UINT

Data Value
1
8
12-100

Access
Rule
Get
Get
Get / Set

UINT
WORD
WORD
WORD
WORD
WORD
WORD
WORD
UINT

10-60000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set
Get / Set

DeviceNet
Data Type
INT
INT
INT
WORD

Data Value

Access
Rule
Get
Get / Set
Get
Get

Instance Attributes (Instances 1-8)


Attribute
ID
1
2
3
4

8.3

Name
Gross Weight
Tare Weight
Net Weight
Scaling / Status Bitmap

0
0
0
0

Common Services
Service Code
0EHEX
10HEX
32HEX
33HEX

14
16
50
51

Implemented for
Class Level
Instance Level
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single
Read Modbus Registers
Write Modbus Registers

***Notes on reading / writing scale data using the Scale Object (EXPLICIT Messaging)
1. Activate Setpoint: Instance 0, Attributes 103 to 107 are 16 bit bitmaps of blocks of setpoints
(some GSE Models have fewer Setpoints so the unavailable setpoints will just be a duplicate of a
the lower numbered block). To Activate a Setpoint set its bit: Service 16 Class 100 Instance
0 Attribute 103 data value of 9 would set Setpoint #1 and #4 ON (0000000000001001).
Setting the data to 0 would turn ALL Setpoints in this bitmap to OFF.
Read Setpoint Status: Service 14 Class 100 Instance 0 Attribute 103 a returned data value
of 34 would indicate Setpoints #6 and #2 are on. (0000000000100010)
2.

Zero and Tare: Service 16 Class 100 Instance 0 Attribute 108 is similar to the setpoints.
Bits 1 to 8 Zero scales 1 to 8 respectively: a value of 2 would Zero scale #2 (0000000000000010),
15 would Zero scales 1, 2, 3 and 4 (00001111). High Byte Bits 9 to 16 Tare scales 1 to 8
respectively: High byte of 1 (256) would cause a Tare on scale #1 (0000000100000000).

3.

Run Macro(s): Service 16 Class 100 Instance 0 Attribute 108 is again a similar bitmap that
can start Macros 1 to 16: a data value of 4 would start Macro #3 (0000000000000100).

16

4.

Weight / 1000 Pieces: To read and write the APW for counting we use the weight of 1000 pieces
expressed in number of scale graduations in calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated by .5 lbs:
data set to 25 = 12.5 lbs (25 x .5). Service 16 or 14 Class 100 Instance 0 Attribute 100

5.

Reading Gross or Net Weight: Service 14 Class 100 Instance 1 to 8 Attribute 1 or 3 The
data is expressed as the number of scale graduations in calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated
by .02 lbs: data set to 100 = 2.00 lbs (100 x .02)

6.

Reading Tare Weight: Service 14 Class 100 Instance 1 to 8 Attribute 2 The data is
expressed as the number of scale graduations in calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated by .02
lbs: data set to 100 = 2.00 lbs (100 x .02)
Setting the Tare Weight: Service 16 Class 100 Instance 1 to 8 Attribute 2

7.

Scaling and Scale Status Bitmap: Refer to Table 4.2.0.

Read Modbus Registers (Service Code 0x32)


8.3.1 Request
All requests not included in the normal scan list10 are immediately forwarded to the scale.

Service Code:
Class ID:
Instance ID:
Data:

0x32
0x64
0x00
Word Index
0
1

Description
Starting Address
Length to Read
(in words)

Description
Service Code
Class = Scale Class
Instance = Class Level
Service Data
1.
2.

Starting Address
Length to Read (in words)

Example (Read 5 registers starting at 40055)


Byte Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

10

Value
0x32
0x64
0x00
0x37
0x00
0x05
0x00

Description
Service Code
Class ID
Instance ID
Starting Address (LSB)
Starting Address (MSB)
Length (LSB)
Length (MSB)

The normal scan list is defined by Number of Registers to Poll for Immediate Response stored in register 40001.

17

8.3.2 Response
Description
Data:

Word Index
0

Description
Register Value

Register Value

Response Data
1 to N Registers based on request

Example (Read 7 registers starting at 40055)


Byte Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

8.4

Value
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN

Description
Register 40055 (LSB)
Register 40055 (MSB)
Register 40056 (LSB)
Register 40056 (MSB)
Register 40057 (LSB)
Register 40057 (MSB)
Register 40058 (LSB)
Register 40058 (MSB)
Register 40059 (LSB)
Register 40059 (MSB)

Write Modbus Registers (Service Code 0x33)

8.4.1 Request
All requests not included in the normal scan list11 are immediately forwarded to the scale.

Service Code:
Class ID:
Instance ID:
Data:

0x33
0x64
0x00
Word Index
0
1
2

Description
Starting Address
Length to Read
(in words)
Register Value

Register Value

Description
Service Code
Class = Scale Class
Instance = Class Level
Service Data
1.
2.
3.

Starting Address
Length to Write (in words)
1 to N Registers

Example (Write 3 registers starting at 40033)


Byte Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11

Value
0x33
0x64
0x00
0x21
0x00
0x03
0x00
0xNN
0xNN

Description
Service Code
Class ID
Instance ID
Starting Address (LSB)
Starting Address (MSB)
Length (LSB)
Length (MSB)
Register 40033 (LSB)
Register 40033 (MSB)

The normal scan list is defined by Number of Registers to Poll for Immediate Response stored in register 40001.

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9
10
11
12

0xNN
0xNN
0xNN
0xNN

Register 40034 (LSB)


Register 40034 (MSB)
Register 40035 (LSB)
Register 40035 (MSB)

8.4.2 Response
No data is returned on the response, just success or the error code.

19

9 Target Setpoint Object (65HEX - 16 Instances)


9.1

Class Attributes (Instance 0)


Attribute
ID
1
2

9.2

Revision
Max Instance

DeviceNet
Data Type
UINT
UINT

Data Value

DeviceNet
Data Type
INT

Data Value

1
16

Access
Rule
Get
Get

Instance Attributes (Instances 1-16)


Attribute
ID
1

9.3

Name

Name
Target Setpoint

Access
Rule
Get / Set

Common Services
Service
Code
0EHEX
10HEX

Implemented for
Class Level
Instance Level
Yes
Yes
No
Yes

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

***Notes on reading / writing variables(Setpoint Targets) data using the Target Setpoint
Object (EXPLICIT Messaging)
1. The variables identified as Target Setpoint are configured in the scale to be aware of how the scale is
configured for calibration. This means that values for these variables must be communicated as the
number of scale graduations in calibration units. i.e. scale calibrated by .02 lbs: data set to 100 = 2.00
lbs (100 x .02). Variables can be used for purposes other than Setpoint Target values.
Reading the value: Service 14 Class 101 Instance 1 to 16 Attribute 1
Setting the value: Service 16 Class 101 Instance 1 to 16 Attribute 1

20

10 PCCC Object (67 HEX - 1 Instance)


10.1 Class / Instance Attributes (None)
10.2 Common Services
Service
Code
4BHEX

Implemented for
Class Level
No

Service Name
Instance Level
Yes

Execute PCCC Request

10.3 Execute PCCC Request (Service Code 4BHEX )


Allen-Bradley (AB) /Rockwell Automation (RA) devices use the Execute PCCC Request service code to
communicate with their legacy products like the PLC5E and SLC 5/05. This product emulates a PLC5E,
thus enabling communication to legacy AB/RA devices.

10.4 PCCC Mapping (Read Only Parameters)


Register
(16-bit word)
N7:0
N7:1
N7:2
N7:3
N7:4
N7:5
N7:6
N7:7
N7:8
N7:9
N7:10
N7:11
N7:12
N7:13
N7:14
N7:15
N7:16
N7:17
N7:18
N7:19
N7:20
N7:21
N7:22
N7:23
N7:24
N7:25
N7:26
N7:27
N7:28

Modbus
Register
40011
40013
40014
40015
40017
40018
40019
40021
40022
40023
40025
40026
40027
40029
40030
40031
40033
40034
40035
40037
40038
40039
40041
40042
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007

Description
Gross Scale #1
Net Scale #1
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #1
Gross Scale #2
Net Scale #2
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #2
Gross Scale #3
Net Scale #3
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #3
Gross Scale #4
Net Scale #4
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #4
Gross Scale #5
Net Scale #5
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #5
Gross Scale #6
Net Scale #6
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #6
Gross Scale #7
Net Scale #7
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #7
Gross Scale #8
Net Scale #8
Scaling/Status Bitmap Scale #8
Setpoints 1-16 Status
Setpoints 17-32 Status
Setpoints 33-48 Status
Setpoints 49-64 Status
Setpoints 131-138 Status

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10.5 PCCC Mapping (Read/Write Parameters)


Register
(16-bit word)
N14:0
N14:1
N14:2
N14:3
N14:4
N14:5
N14:6
N14:7
N14:8
N14:9
N14:10
N14:11
N14:12
N14:13
N14:14
N14:15

Modbus
Register
40012
40016
40020
40024
40028
40032
40036
40040
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40008
40009
40010

Description
Tare Scale #1
Tare Scale #2
Tare Scale #3
Tare Scale #4
Tare Scale #5
Tare Scale #6
Tare Scale #7
Tare Scale #8
Setpoints 1-16 Status
Setpoints 17-32 Status
Setpoints 33-48 Status
Setpoints 49-64 Status
Setpoints 131-138 Status
All ZERO and TARE
Run Macros
Weight / 1000 Pieces

10.6 PCCC Mapping (Read/Write User Range Registers)


Register
(16-bit word)
N21:1
N21:2

N21:100

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Modbus
Register
40001
40002

40100

Description
Register 40001
Register 40002

Register 40100

One to one mapping of Modbus registers 1-100.


All requests not included in the normal scan list12 are immediately forwarded to
the scale.

The normal scan list is defined by Number of Registers to Poll for Immediate Response stored in register 40001.

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11 PROFINET IO TBD

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12 Webserver
12.1 Main Page (index.htm)

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12.2 Unit Description (descript.htm)

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12.3 Network Configuration (config.htm)

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12.4 Diagnostics (diagnostics.htm)

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