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  1. As yet another example of the amazing flexibility and power that Mitsubishi’s iQ-F Controller, Mitsubishi has now added Sequential Function Chart programming to the FX5U and FX5UC compact, cost effective PLCs. If you have been a PLC programmer for a long time you have probably programmed in ladder logic, and most likely Function Block Diagram languages (FBD) which has also been called Structured Ladder programming. You might have even used Structured text (ST) programming. But have you ever tried SFC? If you have a project where the machine acts very sequentially, SFC can’t be beat for mak
  2. Version 1.1.0

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    The attached file is includes GOT project files, PLC project files and a writeup on how to control your Mecademic Meca 500 from a Mitsubishi FX5 (iQ-F) PLC using the built-in front ethernet port. This could be ported for use with an L, Q or iQ-R PLC with minimal effort.
  3. Version 1.0.1

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    The attached file created by Mitsubishi Electric demonstrates how to connect to and control a Mitsubishi MR-JE-C type servo amplifier and motor from an Mitsubishi FX5 (iQ-F) series PLC over CC-Link IE Field Network Basic. This is an Ethernet based protocol and allows for a powerful and yet cost effective motion solution. If you do not need coordinated motion, this method provides a high level of control of independent axes quickly and easily.
  4. Version 1.0.0

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    The attached file created by Mitsubishi Electric demonstrates using PLCOpen function blocks to control Mitsubishi's AC Servo motors over SSC-NET high speed fiber optic network for coordinated motion control and advanced servo functionality in a cost competitive platform.
  5. Version 1.0.0

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    The attached file shows how to connect a Mitsubishi iQ-F (FX5) series PLC to a Cognex In-Sight Vision System via MC Protocol Scanner.
  6. Version 2.0.0

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    The attached file shows how to connect a Mitsubishi iQ-R or iQ-F series PLC to a Cognex In-Sight Vision System via MC Protocol Scanner. Similar methodology can be used for the iQ-F series, L series and Q series PLCs and with slight modifications also the FX3 series PLCs. This includes libraries for FX5 and iQ-R for CameraStatus and CameraControl blocks.
  7. Version 1.0.0

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    The attached file shows how to change the IP Address of a Mitsubishi iQ-F series PLC via a Mitsubishi GOT.
  8. Version 2.1.0

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    The attached file shows how to connect a Mitsubishi iQ-F series PLC to a Mitsubishi Inverter (VFD) via Inverter Protocol over RS-485. This works for all Mitsubishi VFDs with RS-485 built in including the D700, E700, A700 and F700 series. It also works on the new E800, F800 and A800 series if they are ordered with RS-485 instead of Ethernet.
  9. Version 1.1.0

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    The attached file shows how to connect a Mitsubishi iQ-F series PLC to a Intelligent Actuator CON type positioning controller via Modbus RTU. This is a cost effective solution for on-the-fly position adjustment of a CON controller without the addition of fieldbus protocols to the IAI CON controller.
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