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Manual iXP2

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Human Machine Interface
XGT PANEL
iXP2 Series User’s Manual
Read this manual carefully before
installing, wiring, operating, servicing
or inspecting this equipment.
Keep this manual within easy reach
for quick reference.

Safety Precautions
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Before using the product…
To use the product safety and effectively, please read this instruction manual thoroughly before use.
Please keep to the safety precaution, for it to prevent accidents and potential danger from
occurring.
Safety precaution is classified into ‘Warming’ and ‘Caution’ and their meanings are as follows.
Warning Violating the instruction may result in serious personal injury or death.
Caution Violating the instruction may result in slight personal injury or product
damage.
The indicated illustrations on the product and in the manual have the fallowing meanings.
Be cautions, for danger may be present.
Be cautions, for there is a possibility of an electric shock.
After reading the instruction manual, keep it handy for quick reference.
Safety Precautions
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esign Precautions
Warning
Install a safety circuit external to the HMI to protect the whole control system in case of
external power supply trouble.
Serious trouble may occur to the entire system due to erroneous output/operation of the HMI.
Design Precautions

Caution
In/output signal or communication cable should be at least 100mm apart from High
voltage/power wires.
Otherwise, it may cause erroneous output/operation.

Installation Precautions
Caution
Use the HMI in an environment that meets the general specification contained in this
manual or datasheet.
Otherwise, it could result in electric shock, fire, erroneous operation or deterioration.
In case of much vibration in the installed environment, be sure to insulate the HMI from
direct vibration.
Otherwise, it could result in electric shock, fire, erroneous operation.
Be sure not to let foreign substances such as conductive debris inside the product.
Otherwise, it could result in electric shock, fire, erroneous operation.
Do not touch the conductive part of the HMI. It may cause an electric shock,
which may cause malfunction.

Safety Precautions
3
Wiring Precautions

Warning
Be sure to turn off the HMI and external power before wiring.
Otherwise, it may result in an electric shock or damage to the product.

Caution
Wire correctly by checking each of the product’s rated voltage and terminal layout.
Otherwise, it may result in fire, electric shock or erroneous operation.
Tighten terminal screws with specified torque when wiring.
If terminal screws are loose, it may result in short circuits, fire or erroneous operation.
Use the exclusive HMI 3-type grounding for the FG terminal.
If not grounded, it may result in erroneous operation.
Be sure not to let any foreign substances such as wiring debris inside the module.
Such debris may cause fire, damage or erroneous operation.
Tighten the crimp terminal to the specified torque, and crimp the external
connection connector using the specified tool or solder it correctly.

Safety Precautions
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artup and Maintenance Precautions
Warning
Do not touch the terminals while power is on.
Otherwise, it may cause electric shock or erroneous operation.
Turn off the HMI and external power when cleaning or tightening the terminal.
Otherwise, it may cause electric shock or erroneous operation.
Do not charge, disassemble, heat, short circuit, solder, etc. other battery.
Mishandling the battery may cause overheating, crack, fire and may result in injury or fire.
Caution
Do not disassemble PCB from the product case or modify the product.
Otherwise, it may result in fire, electric shock or erroneous operation.
When mounting or removing the HMI from the panel, be sure to shut off all power
being used by the system. It may cause electric shock, malfunction.
Use cellular phone or walky-talky at least 30cm away from the HMI.
Otherwise, it may result in erroneous operation.
Disposal Precaution
Caution
When disposing of this product or battery, treat it as industrial waste.
Otherwise, it may cause poisonous pollution or explosion.
Revision History

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Revision History
Version Date Contents Revised location
V1.0 ‘18.01 First Edition -
V1.1 ‘18.08 Add explosion-proof 1. General instruction
2. System configuration
3. Standard Specification
4. Installation and Wiring
6. Backup file by using storage
7. Maintenance
The number of User’s manual is indicated the right side of the back cover.
LSISCo.,Ltd2018 All Rights Reserved.
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ontents
Chapter 1 General Introduction ...................................................................... 1-1~1-6
1.1 How to use the Instruction Manual........................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Feature ..................................................................................................................................................1-2
1.3 Terminology ..........................................................................................................................................1-5
1.4 Specification of product name...............................................................................................................1-6
Chapter 2 System Configuration ....................................................................... 2-1~2-4
2.1 Part Names ...........................................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 System Configuration............................................................................................................................2-4
Chapter 3 Standard Specification...................................................................... 3-1~3-4
3.1 General Standards ................................................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Function Standards ...............................................................................................................................3-3
Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring ...................................................................... 4-1~4-9
4.1 Installation .............................................................................................................................................4-1
4.1.1 Installation environment...............................................................................................................4-1
4.1.2 Notice in handling........................................................................................................................4-3
4.1.3 Precautions for panel installation ................................................................................................4-3
4.2 Wiring ....................................................................................................................................................4-6
4.2.1 Power Wiring ...............................................................................................................................4-6
4.2.2 Ground Wiring .............................................................................................................................4-9
Chapter 5 XGT Panel Menu Explanation .........................................................5-1~5-39
5.1 Settings..................................................................................................................................................5-3
5.1.1 Backlight Setting..........................................................................................................................5-3
5.1.2 Touch Setting ..............................................................................................................................5-5
5.1.3 DateTime Setting ........................................................................................................................5-6
5.1.4 Environment Setting ...................................................................................................................5-7
5.1.5 Ethernet Setting ........................................................................................................................5-14
5.1.6 Buzzer Setting...........................................................................................................................5-15
5.1.7 Sound Setting............................................................................................................................5-16
5.1.8 XP-Remote Setting ...................................................................................................................5-17
5.2 Diagnostics..........................................................................................................................................5-18
5.2.1 Screen Diagnostic .....................................................................................................................5-19
5.2.2 Touch Diagnostic ......................................................................................................................5-20
5.2.3 Backup Memory Diagnostic ......................................................................................................5-21

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5.2.4 Flash Memory Diagnostic..........................................................................................................5-22
5.2.5 USB Memory Diagnostic ...........................................................................................................5-23
5.2.6 Serial Diagnostic .......................................................................................................................5-24
5.2.7 SD Card Diagnostic...................................................................................................................5-26
5.3 PLC Information...................................................................................................................................5-27
5.3.1 PLC Communication Setting.....................................................................................................5-28
5.3.2 Connection Information .............................................................................................................5-29
5.3.3 PLC Information ........................................................................................................................5-30
5.3.4 History of PLC error ..................................................................................................................5-30
5.3.5 PLC Operation Mode Conversion History.................................................................................5-31
5.3.6 History of power off of PLC .......................................................................................................5-31
5.3.7 PLC System History Information...............................................................................................5-32
5.3.8 N:1 Setting.................................................................................................................................5-33
5.3.9 Program Monitor .......................................................................................................................5-34
5.4 XGT Panel Update ..............................................................................................................................5-35
5.5 Storage Function ................................................................................................................................5-36
5.5.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................5-36
5.5.2 Downloading a project using a storage device ..........................................................................5-37
5.5.3 Uploading a project using a storage device ...............................................................................5-38
5.5.4 Updating the device using a storage device ..............................................................................5-39
Chapter 6 Backup files by using Storage Devices …………........................... 6-1~6-7
6.1 Path Structure in case of File Backup....................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Operation Setting when there is no space for Backup........................................................................6-5
6.3 Monitoring Connection Status of External Storage Equipment..............................................................6-6
Chapter 7 Maintenance .................................................................................. 7-1~7-3
7.1 Maintenance..........................................................................................................................................7-1
7.2 Daily Maintenance ................................................................................................................................7-1
7.3 Periodical Maintenance ........................................................................................................................7-2
Chapter 8 EMC Standard Certification ………………………….......................8-1~8-3
8.1 Requirement for EMC Standard Certification ........................................................................................8-1
8.1.1 CE Standard Certification.............................................................................................................8-1
8.1.2 KC Standard Certification.............................................................................................................8-2
8.2 Requirement for Low Voltage Command Suitability.............................................................................8-2
8.2.1 Standard Certification for XGT Panel...........................................................................................8-2
8.2.2 Selection of XGT Panel................................................................................................................8-2

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Appendix 1 Troubleshooting ............................................................. App1-1~App1-25
1. Type of Problems................................................................................................................................App 1-1
2. Problems when Starting......................................................................................................................App 1-2
3. Problems after the Monitor on.............................................................................................................App 1-4
4. Display Problems of Figure and Object ..............................................................................................App 1-6
5. Communication Problems..................................................................................................................App 1-9
6. USB Removal of Memory Card........................................................................................................App 1-10
7. External memory recognition………………….................................................................................App 1-11
8. Touch recognition……………………………….................................................................................App 1-11
9. Error Message during Execution of Programs.................................................................................App 1-12
Appendix 2 Dimensions ................................................................... App 2-1~App2-4
1. iXP2-08xxA/D................................................................................................................................... App 2-1
2. iXP2-10xxA/D................................................................................................................................... App 2-2
3. iXP2-12xxA/D................................................................................................................................... App 2-3
4. iXP2-15xxA/D................................................................................................................................... App 2-4
Appendix 3 Warranty and Environmental Policy ............................................ App 3-1
1. Warranty contents........................................................................................................................... App 3-1
2. Environmental Policy...................................................................................................................... App 3-1

Chapter 1 General Introduction

1-1
Chapter 1 General Introduction
1.1 How to use the Instruction Manual
This instruction manual provides information such as specification, how to use, etc., of the product needed to operate
iXP2 series of XGT Panel.

Sequence Category Contents
Chapter1 General Introduction It describes this manualprovides information suctdescribes this
manual.
Chapter2 System Configuration It describes feature and system configuration of each XGT Panel.
Chapter3 Standard Specification It describes XGT Panelnd system configuration of each XGT Panel.
Chapter4 Installation and Wiring It describes an installation, wiring and caution for reliability of PLC
system.
Chapter5 XGT Panel Menu
Explanation
It describes XGT Panel Menu.
Chapter6 Backup files by using
Storage Devices
It describes the way to backup recipe, logging and etc. files by
using storage devices.
Chapter7 Maintenance It describes inspection category and method for long normal
operation of PLC system.
Chapter8 EMC Standard
Certification
It describes system configuration for EMC standard.
Appendix 1 Troubleshooting It describes a variety of error contents and measure.
Appendix 2 Dimensions It describes the dimension of XGT Panel.
Appendix 3 Warranty and
Environment Policy
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Remark
This manual does not explain XP-Builder and PLC connection. Please refer to the related manual for the
function.

 

Chapter 1 General Introduction
1.2 Feature

1-2
The XGT Panel has the following features.
(1) Various types of external interfaces
(a) Supporting various device of USB, Ethernet, it maximizes the customer’s usability.
(b) PLC, Inverter, and other control devices.
RS-232C, RS-422/485 and Ethernet (10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000-Base-T) communication with the control device.
(2) Based onWindows CE
(a) Adopted Microsoft Company's WEC 7
Windows Embedded Compact 7 has been used.
(b) Windows Embedded Compact 7 Features
It provides stable software capacity by using Microsoft Company’s platform.
It can process diverse function simultaneously.
It provides diverse interface including Ethernet, USB.
The user interface including mouse and keyboard can be connected.
It has high flexibility like computer software.
Fast reaction is available when adding new equipment.
Wide data sharing and management with upper system is available.
(3) Projects in various ways send
(a) Project transmission using RS-232C communication
(b) Project transmission using Ethernet port
(c) Project transfer using USB Loadder cable
(d) Project transmission using USB memory
RS-232C/Ethernet
USB Memory

USB Loadder
Cable

XP-Builder

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(4) Providing a high-quality screen
(a) It adopts high-performance liquid crystal display (LCD) to provide high picture quality and sharpness.
It adopts thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) which can display 24bit color.
(b) Supports various graphic formats.
Supports 1024 X 768 graphic formats precise and realistic representation.
Supports behavior for animations (GIF).
(c) Supports external display output.
HDMI output is supported.
Duplicate mode and extended mode enable screen output in various configurations.
(5) Application of CAP touch panel
(a) Touch sensitivity is improved by applying electrostatic touch panel.
(b) Multi-touch and gesture functions.
(c) Various types of touch setting function can be used according to user's work environment.
(6) Provides multilingual and various fonts
(a) Supports multi-language languages.
It uses the method of transferring the window / user font used on the computer to XGT Panel.
No separate multilingual language development is required.
Multilingual language support is an advantage of Windows CE.
(b) Supports simultaneous display of 12 languages.
Simultaneous display in 12 languages 12 languages.i
You can switch languages 2 languages 12 languages.indows CE.ed on t
(c) Various fonts are provided.
Windows / user fonts can be used, so various expressions are possible.
You can freely adjust font size and shape.

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(7) Providing various convenience functions
(a) Various alarm functions are provided.
The history alarm can be divided into several alarm groups and alarm list, and the desired alarm can be displayed on
the screen with the alarm explorer.
The flow alarm displays the current alarm at the bottom of the screen.
The system alarm is displayed when a critical problem occurs during operation.
(b) It provides the logging function.
It provides periodic logging that works repeatedly according to time and device status and conditional logging
according to device conditions.
Backup provides up to 1 Mbyte.
You can backup to a USB.
Backup data is stored in Excel format, so you can use it conveniently.
(c) It provides a recipe function.
It provides read / write function.
One recipe provides up to 100 double words (DWORD), 16 blocks.
You can backup to a USB storage device.
Backup data is stored in Excel format, so you can use it conveniently.
(d) It provides scheduler function.
Up to 32schedulers can be set.
(e) It provides printing function.
Screen / alarm printing function.
Print out the printout.
(f) It provides scripting capabilities.
User-written scripts provide more flexibility.
Global / Object / Screen display.
(8) Stable products conforming to international standards
(a) CE, KC (Electromagnetic compatibilityregistration), UL standard acquisition

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1.3 Terminology
It describes terms used in this manual.

Term Definition Remarks
Module A standard element that has a specified function which configures
the system.
Devices such as I/O board, which inserted onto the mother board
or base unit..
Ex) CPU module,
Power Module,
I/O module
Unit A single module or group of modules that perform an independent
operation as a part of PLC system.
Ex) Basic unit,
Extension unit
PLC system System consisted of PLC and peripheral device which can be
controlled by user program.
-
XP-Builder Software used to write and edit the project. -
XP-Manager It is the software for edition, download, monitoring to realize data
communication between XGT Panels through XP Link with online
control function.
-
XP-Remote Software used to remote monitor and control the XGT Panel -
Cnet module Computer Link -
FEnet module Fast Ethernet Network -
RTC Abbreviation of tworkte monitor and It is used to call general IC that
contains clock function.
-
Alternating
Current Voltage
Voltage whose charge flow and direction changes periodically with
time.
Grounding
/Earthing
Connect electric devices and earth to conductors to maintain the
electric potential of the device at zero.
Electric shock The current flows into the human body, causing injury or shock.
Caution Caution: When the contents are not kept, dangerous situation may
be caused, causing
serious injury or property damage.
Warning Warning: If you do not observe the instructions, you may cause a
dangerous situation and cause
death or serious injury.
Caution Mark If it is necessary to use the product in accordance with the general
precautions or the contents specified in the manual

 

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1.4 Standard of product name
It describes terms used in this product names.
iXP2 -
(A) (B)(C)(D) (E)

Division Sign Contents Remarks
(A) LCD type 08 21 cm (8.4”) -
10 26 cm (10.2”) -
12 31 cm (12.1”) -
15 38 cm (15.0”) -
(B) O/S type 0 WinCE 7.0 (Core) -
1 WinCE 7.0 (Pro) -
(C) Communication 0 Standard type RS-232C, RS-422/485,
Ethernet(10 Base-T/100
Base-TX, 10 Base-T/100
Base-TX/1000 Base-T)
(D) Power supply A AC 100 ~ 240V -
D DC 19.2~28.8V -
(E) Extension code EXP Export products -
EX Explosion proof products -

 

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Chapter 2 System Configuration
Characteristic of each iXP2series and its system configuration are as follow;
2.1 Part Names
1. iXP2-08xxA/D, 10xxA/D, 12xxA/D, 15xxA/D
1 2 3
4

No. Name Function
1 Power LED 1) Display the power status of the device
Display using high brightness blue LED
2 Front USB 1) USB Host 1ch
2) USB Device 1ch
3 Front Part 1) P-CAP touch panel: User touch input
2) LCD: Display
4 Panel fixing portion 1) Fix ing XGT Panel to Panel with Bracket

 

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iXP2-1200A
5 7 8 9
10
6
11

No. Name Function
5 PE connector PE connection
6 Power Connector Power and PE connections
7 Cable fixing hole Fixing Cables
8 RS-422/485 connector RS-422/485 (COM3): PLC / Control device communication
9 Battery cover,
Reset switch,
Backup battery,
Setting switch
ON
1 2 3 4
A B
<Setting switch>

No. 1/2 A Side. RS-422/485 termination resistance On
(Default)
B Side. RS-422/485 termination resistance Off
No. 3 A Side. O/S Download
B Side. Nand Flash booting(Default)
No. 4 A Side. Backup Battery On
B Side. Backup Battery Off(Default)

<Reset S/W>
System reset switch. Pressing the switch will reset the system.

10 SD Card Logging / Recipe / Alarm / Project data backup and transfer
11 Gasket Protecting from water and dust

 

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12 13 14 15 16 17 18

No. Name Function
12 Audio-Out Stereo audio output
13 HDMI Clone mode display output
14 USB host 1) USB memory connection: Logging / Recipe / Alarm / Project data
Backup and transfer
2) User Interface Connection: Use mouse / Keyboard
3) Printer connection: Print function
15 Ethernet terminal Ethernet: 10Base-T / 100Base-TX
1) Project data transmission
2) Logging / Recipe / Alarm / Screen Data Backup
3) Upgrading the device software
4) PLC / control device communication
16 Ethernet terminal Ethernet: 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T
1) Project data transmission
2) Logging / Recipe / Alarm / Screen Data Backup
3) Upgrading the device software
4) PLC / control device communication
17 RS-232C connector RS-232C (COM2): PLC / Control device communication
18 Anti-drop lock Thanks to anti-drop lock, the Panel can be installed in a panel by a single
operator.

 

Note
(1) The surface of the touch panel must be kept clean at all times.
- Foreign objects (water, oil, etc.) on the touch panel may cause malfunction.
(2) Touching the front of the touch panel maycause malfunction.
- Be careful that conductive objects do not touch the touch panel.
(3) The switch No. 1/2 of the setting switch must be set in the same direction.
- If switches 1 and 2 are set in different directions, communication problems may occur.
(4) Refer to the communication manual for details on communication connection.
(5) Please refer to Chapter 10 for installation details.
(6) For explosion-proof products
- Can open front USB cover using star wrench
- Front USB can only be used as a maintenance function

 

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2.2 System Configuration

 

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To use XGT Panel, you must create project data in XP-Builder and transfer it to XGT Panel.
By default, you can connect to XGT Panel using USB.
Basically, it can be connected with XGT Panel using RS-232C method.
The maximum communication speed is 115,200 [bps].
With Ethernet, project data can be transferred quickly.
If the LAN environment is established as shown below, you can use it more easily and effectively.
1: 1 connection is also supported in case LAN (LAN) environment is not established.
RS-232C/Ethernet
USB Memory

USB Loader
Cable

XP-Builder
If project data can not be transferred using communication, you can transfer data using USB storage device or SD card.
Please refer to Chapter 5 and XP-Builder User's Guide for more information.
USB Memory
SD
Card

Note
(1) It is recommended to use Ethernet rather than RS-232C.
(2) Refer to the communication manual for how to make the Ethernet cable.
(3) Refer to XP-Builder manual for project transfer method.

 

Chapter 3 Standard Specification

Part 3-
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Chapter 3 Standard Specification
3.1 General Standards
General specifications of XGT Panel are as follows.

No. Item standard Related
Standards
1 Ambient
temperature
0 ° C~+ 50 ° C -
2 Storagetemperature -20 ° C~+ 60 ° C -
3 Operating humidity 1085%RH, non-condensing. -
4 Storage humidity 1085%RH, non-condensing. -
5 Vibration
resistance
Occasional vibration Count -
frequency acceleration amplitude 10 times each
in X, Y and Z
direction
IEC 61131-2
5≤f<9 Hz - 3.5mm
9≤f≤150 Hz 9.8m/s2 -
Continuous vibration
frequency acceleration amplitude
5≤f< 9 Hz - 1.75mm
9≤f≤150 Hz 4.9m/s2 -
6 Shockendurance * Maximum shock acceleration: 147m/s2 (15G)
* Duration time: 11ms
* Pulse wave: half sine pulse (3 times each in X, Y and Z directions)
IEC 61131-2
7 Noise
Immunity
Square wave
Impulsenoise
AC: ± 1,500V
DC: ± 1,000V
LS Industrial
Standard
Electrostatic
Discharge
Immunity
± 4 kV (contact discharge), ± 8 kV (air discharge) IEC 61131-2
IEC 61000-4-2
Electromagnetic
Radiated
Emissions
80~1,000 MHz, 10 V / m IEC 61131-2
IEC 61000-4-3
Fast
Transient
/ Burst noise
Category Power module Communication interface IEC 61131-2
IEC 61000-4-4
Voltage 2 kV 1 kV
Surge Category AC power DC power supply Communication
interface
IEC 61131-2
Voltage 2kV (LG)
1 kV (LL)
1kV (LG)
0.5 kV (LL)
1 kV
8 Environment Free from corrosive gases and excessive dust -
9 Operating height Below 2,000m (6,562ft) -
10 Pollution degree 2 or less -
11 Coolingmethod Natural Air-Cooling -

 

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Note
(1) IEC(International Electro technical Commission)
- International private group facilitating international cooperation of electric/electronic standardization, issuing
international standards and operating the compliance evaluation systems.
(2) Pollution degree
- As an index representing the pollution degree of an environment to determine the insulation of a device,
pollution degree 2 generally means the status generating non-conductive contamination. However, it also
contains the status generating temporarily conduction due to condensation.
(3) Noise Immunity
- The noise standard is the standard of the HMI body and the operation of the video display device connected to HDMI is
not guaranteed.

 

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Part 3-
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3.2 Function Standards
The functional specifications of XGT Panel are as follows.
(1) Normal Type

Item iXP2-08xxA/D iXP2-10xxA/D iXP2-12xxA/D iXP2-15xxA/D
Display type TFT color LCD
Screen size 8.4 " 10.4 " 12.1 " 15 "
Display resolution 800 x 600 1024 x 768
Colorindication 24-bit color (16.7M colors)
Indication degree Right and left: 80 deg.
Top: 80 deg.
Bottom: 60 deg.
Right: 75 deg.
Top: 75 deg.
Bottom: 75 deg.
Right and left: 80 deg.
Top: 80 deg.
Bottom: 80 deg.
Backlight LED method, automatic On / Off support
Backlight lifetime 50,000 hour
Touch panel Capacitive Touch
Audio otput Magnetic Buzzer (85dB)
Processor 1GHz, Dual core
Memory Flash 1GB
Operating RAM 1GB
Backup RAM 1 Mbyte
Backup data Date /Time data, Logging /Alarm / Recipe data, Non-volatile devices
Battery CR2032(3.0V/210mAh, About 3years/25)
Video Output 1 x HDMI
Ethernet 1 x 10Base-T / 100Base-TX, 1 x 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T
USB host 3 x USB 2.0 (Front x 1, Rear x 2)
USB device 1 x USB 2.0 (Send / Receive front, PC and project data etc.)
RS-232C 1 x RS-232C (DSUB 9 / Male type)
RS-422/485 1 x RS-422/485 (Terminal Block)
Multi-language Can display 12 languages simultaneously
Animation GIF format support
Recipe Support
Data logging Support
Script Launcher Support
Standard Certification CE, KC, UL
Protection standard IP66(Front)
Dimensions (mm) 240 × 180 × 60 271 x 212 x 60 313 × 239 × 60 395 × 294 × 66
Panel Cut (mm) 228.5 x 158.5 259.0 x 201.0 301.5 x 227.5 383.5 x 282.5
Power A(AC100~240V), D(DC19.2~28.8V)
Power consumption (W) 25 25 30 30
Weight (Kg) 1.87 2.35 3.0 4.6

 

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(2) Special Type

Item iXP2-08xxA/D-EX iXP2-10xxA/D-EX iXP2-12xxA/D-EX iXP2-15xxA/D-EX
Display type TFT color LCD
Screen size 8.4 " 10.4 " 12.1 " 15 "
Display resolution 800 x 600 1024 x 768
Colorindication 24-bit color (16.7M colors)
Indication degree Right and left: 80 deg.
Top: 80 deg.
Bottom: 60 deg.
Right: 75 deg.
Top: 75 deg.
Bottom: 75 deg.
Right and left: 80 deg.
Top: 80 deg.
Bottom: 80 deg.
Backlight LED method, automatic On / Off support
Backlight lifetime 50,000 hour
Touch panel Capacitive Touch
Audio otput Magnetic Buzzer (85dB)
Processor 1GHz, Dual core
Memory Flash 1GB
Operating RAM 1GB
Backup RAM 1 Mbyte
Backup data Date /Time data, Logging /Alarm / Recipe data, Non-volatile devices
Battery CR2032(3.0V/210mAh, About 3years/25)
Video Output 1 x HDMI
Ethernet 1 x 10Base-T / 100Base-TX, 1 x 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T
USB host 3 x USB 2.0 (Front x 1, Rear x 2)
USB device 1 x USB 2.0 (Send / Receive front, PC and project data etc.)
RS-232C 1 x RS-232C (DSUB 9 / Male type)
RS-422/485 1 x RS-422/485 (Terminal Block)
Multi-language Can display 12 languages simultaneously
Animation GIF format support
Recipe Support
Data logging Support
Script Launcher Support
Standard Certification CE, KC, UL, IECEx, ATEX, KCs
Protection standard Ex nA IIC T5 Gc, Ex tc IIIC T100Dc IP64
Dimensions (mm) 240 × 180 × 60 271 x 212 x 60 313 × 239 × 60 395 × 294 × 66
Panel Cut (mm) 228.5 x 158.5 259.0 x 201.0 301.5 x 227.5 383.5 x 282.5
Power A(AC100~240V), D(DC19.2~28.8V)
Power consumption (W) 25 25 30 30
Weight (Kg) 1.87 2.35 3.0 4.6
Specific conditions
of use
1. The equipment presents a potential electrostatic hazard. Clean only with a damp cloth.
2. The device shall be installed in an enclosure that maintains an ingress protection rating of at least
IP54 and meets the enclosure requirements of IEC 60079-0 and IEC 60079-15.
3. Must be installed in accordance with EN 60079-14.
4. Do not connect or separate plugs and sockets while an explosive atmosphere is present.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight

 

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Note
(1) Caution in power connection
- With AC power applied to DC power device, it may cause product damage or fire. Please pay a special
attention to connection.
(2) PE Connection
- For the device PE, please use PE terminal.
(3) Battery discharge-prevention DIP switch
- In order to prevent the battery discharge, turn off the DIP switch No.4.
To use backup function, please turn on DIP switch No. 4.
(4) Battery Operation and Life
- Battery is used for RTC (date/time) when the power of device is off. Battery is not consumed with power
applied.
(5) LCD Backlight Replacement
- Please replace LCD if you want to replace LCD backlight.
(6) Protection standard
- XGT Panel is designed by IP66 Standard in front parts. Ingress Protection (IP) is based on the IEC
60529 Standard for degrees of protection provided by enclosures. But XGT Panel does not guarantee
from all installation environment. When installing panels, make sure that dust and moisture are not brought
in. For more details on installation, See Chapter 4.Installation and Wiring.
- It complies with the following specifications.
IEC 60079-0:2011
EN 60079-0:2011
IEC 60079-15:2010
EN 60079-15:2010
IEC 60079-31:2013
EN 60079-31:2013

 

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Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring
4.1 Installation
4.1.1 Installation environment
This machine has high reliability regardless environment. But for reliability and stability, be careful the followings
(1) Environment condition
(a) Install at the panel which can protect this machine from water and dust. XGT Panel is designed by IP66
Standard in front parts and IP20 Standard in rear parts.
(b) Install at the place where impact and vibration is not continuously applied. XGT Panel is designed to
meet IEC standard (IEC 61131-2).
(c) Do not expose this machine to direct light.
(d) Do not install at the place where rapid temperature change can occur. Moisture by rapid temperature
change can cause malfunction and damage.
(e) This machine should be installed within 0~50°C, otherwise the screen may be changed or cause
Malfunction.
(f) This machine should be installed within 10~85% relative-humidity. Moisture by rapid temperature change
can cause malfunction and damage.
(g) Avoid corrosive gas and burnable gas.
(2) Installation construction
(a) When doing screw’s processing or wiring construction, be careful that the remains do not enter the XGT
Panel inside.
(b) Install at the place where you can easily control.
(c) Do not install with high voltage machine within same Panel.
(d) Keep distance of more than 100mm from duct for wiring and peripheral machine.
(e) Ground at the place where few noises develop.
(3) Anti-heat design of control panel
(a) In case of installing XGT Panel in the airtight panel, consider the heat by other machine as well as own
heat. In case that the air circulates through a ventilating opening or a general pan, XGT Panel system can
be influenced by in-draft of dust or gas.
(b) We recommend you to install a filter or to use an airtight heat exchanger.

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Note
(1) Waterproof and dustproof standard
(a) IP66 Standards
1) The protection standards of XGT Panel have been designed to meet the IP66 test conditions,
in accordance with the degrees of protection provided by enclosures of IEC60529.
As this machine installed at the panel, it is not guaranteed with all installation environment even
though its protection standards for the front parts are satisfied.
2) IP66 rating guarantees the enclosure is dust proof (6) and protected against jets of water (6).
3) IP20 rating guarantees protection from solid foreign objects of above 12mm diameter proof (2),
but it does not guarantee protection from water ingress.
(KS C IEC 60529: 2006 standard)
(b) Notice
1) In the environment where the protection grade of XGT Panel is exceeded or not satisfied,
the damage of the device or malfunction can occur due to the failure of protecting the product.
2) Since the protection grade of XGT Panel is the water-proof/dust-proof standards, it cannot be
protected from oil, corrosive gas and metal particles.
3) In case when Gasket is damaged by chemicals and continuous vibration, its water-proof/dust-proof
effect can be weakened.
4) In case when installing the panel, make sure that dust and water are not brought in panels.

 

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4.1.2 Notice in handling
This section describes the precautions for handling the XGT Panel from opening to installation.
Do not drop or subject it to strong impacts.
Do not open the product case or take any action. In such cases, we are not responsible for the product.
When wiring, be careful not to let foreign substances such as wiring residue into the XGT Panel.
4.1.3 Precautions for panel installation
Describes how to install the XGT Panel on the panel and notes.
(1) Panel cut
Before installing the XGT Panel on the panel, it must be manufactured on the panel as shown in the table below.

division X (Horizontal) Y (Vertical) Z (Thickness)
iXP2-08xxA/D 228.5 +1 158.5 +1 1.6 to 6.0
-0 -0
iXP2-10xxA/D 259.0 +1 201.0 +1
-0 -0
iXP2-12xxA/D 301.5 +1 227.5 +1
-0 -0
iXP2-15xxA/D 383.5 +1 282.5 +1
-0 -0

100
X
100
100
Y
Z
Unit: [mm]

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(2) Panel installation
When mounting the XGT Panel on the panel, please install 100mm or more in each direction.

Note
(1) In order to be less affected by electromagnetic waves (radiation noise) or heat generated by other control devices,
Required.
(2) Install it considering the wiring of power and communication cables.
(3) When the panel cut dimensions are outside the reference tolerance (0 ~ + 1mm) when making the panel, the gap
between the gasket and the panel. The contact area may be reduced, and the waterproof and dustproof effect may be
weakened.
(4) When mounting the product on the panel, use gasket for waterproof and dustproof. The XGT Panel basically has a
waterproof and dustproof gasket is equipped.
(5) If the surface of the panel on which the XGT Panel is mounted is uneven, there is a gap between the XGT Panel and the
panel, or dust may penetrate. Particularly, depending on the material (steel, aluminum, acrylic, etc.) of the panel, This may
require installation environment review. Also check that the gasket and panel are in close contact. It is absolutely
necessary.
(6) If the condition of the gasket is contaminated or damaged due to deterioration at the time of installation or after a certain
period of use, the waterproof and dustproof effect care should be taken because it can be significantly weakened, and if a
gasket needs to be replaced, contact your nearest dealer or service. Please contact the center.

When installing the product on the panel, use gasket for waterproof and dustproof. The XGT Panel is basically equipped with
a waterproof and dustproof gasket.
(3) Installation location
Please consider screen display and touch use for XGT Panel installation.
If you exceed the display angle below, the screen may not be clearly visible. It is recommended to install the product considering
the angle of view.

Division Angle (left and right) Upper Lower
iXP2-08xxA/D 80 deg. 80 deg. 60 deg.
iXP2-10xxA/D 75 deg. 75 deg. 75 deg.
iXP2-12xxA/D 80 deg. 80 deg. 80 deg.
iXP2-15xxA/D 80 deg. 80 deg. 80 deg.

 

100

100

100
100

100
Unit: [mm]

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(4) Fixing
Fix the XGT Panel using the brackets on the panels as shown below.
(The bracket is included in the product.)
Fixed Bracket
Panel

Note
(1) During installation, XGT Panel should be closely contacted to the panel not to have any gap. In the
environment requiring water-proof/dust-proof effect, install and fix a bracket on a slope.
(2) The bracket should be fixed symmetrically(Up-Down, Left-Right). In case when it is not fixed
symmetrically, there could be a gap between the panel and XGT Panel.
(3) When fixing the bracket, it should be installed perpendicularly to the panel, and the required bracket
screw torque is 6.7kgf
cm. Depending on the material type of the panel, the torque value can be
different. The standard screw torque for each bolt size is followed. If it is fixed with the power more than
the required screw torque, the touch malfunction or weakening of water-proof/dust-proof can happen due
to the deformation of XGT Panel.

(5) Removal of protective film
Be sure to remove the film attached to the panel to protect the front sheet when it is shipped from the factory.

Remark
(1) Remove the protection film attached to the front of this machine. Due to the deformation of the
protection film, the touch malfunction or wrong input can occur. It is recommended to use a special
protection sheet to protect the front sheet. In case of purchasing the protection sheet, contact the
agency or a sales office close by.

 

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4.2 Wiring
Describes the wiring matters when installing the XGT Panel.
4.2.1 Power Wiring
XGT Panel is divided into DC (DC) and AC (AC) products.

power Product Name
DC 24V iXP2-08xxD
iXP2-10xxD
iXP2-12xxD
iXP2-15xxD
AC100-240V iXP2-08xxA
iXP2-10xxA
iXP2-12xxA
iXP2-15xxA

Connecting AC power to a device that uses DC power may cause product damage or fire.
Be careful of connection.
'XXD' is a product using DC 24V and 'XXA' is a product using AC100-240.
Be sure to check the polarity of the back of the product before use.
The equipment shall be installed in an enclosure which maintains an ingress protection rating protection
rating of at least IP64 and meets the enclosure requirements of IEC 60079-0 and IEC 60079-15, IEC
60079-31.
Transient protection shall be provided that is set at a level not exceeding 140 % of the peak rated voltage
value at the supply terminals to the equipment.
The equipment shall only be used in an area of not more than pollution degree 2, as defined in
IEC 60664-1.
Plugs and sockets shall not be separated while an explosive atmosphere may be present.
The equipment presents a potential electrostatic hazard. Clean only with a damp cloth.
► Install in a vertical direction only.
Caution

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Use the following specifications for the power cable.

Type Cable specification (Unit: ㎟) Wire Type Thermal Resistance Screw Torque
Power and protection
ground
1.5(AWG16) ~ 2.5(AWG12) Copper 60 0.51N•m

 

Note
(1) For installations where there is voltage drop, it is recommended to use stranded wire with a cross
sectional area greater than 2
.
(2) It is recommended that cable connections are twisted and secure. Short cable runs are also
recommended between the point of supply and the XGT panel.
(3) For safety reasons it is recommended that you use color coded outer sheaths on the conductors to
aid safe terminations.

Power connection is as shown below.

Power
Supply

L N PE + - PE

Note
(1) When the power fluctuation is larger than the specified value range, use a constant voltage transformer.
(2) When there is a lot of noise in the power supply, use an insulation transformer.
(3) Momentary power failure for stable data backup when power on / off. Please use.
(4) “a” is external earth, “b” is internal earth.

[AC connection] [DC connection]
a
b a b

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For XGT Panel power supply, I / O devices and power devices, separate the power supply system as shown below.
Main
Power
Noise
Filter
HMI
power
PE
Others

Note
Do not bring the power line of the XGT Panel close to the main circuit (high voltage, high current) line or I / O signal
line. Possible 100mm Install at an interval of more than two.

Use the surge absorber as shown in the figure below to prevent surge such as lightning.

Note
(1) Separate grounding (E2) of the XGT Panel of ground surge absorber (E1).
(2) Select the surge absorber so that the surge absorber does not exceed the maximum allowable voltage even when
the power supply voltage rises to a maximum please give it to me.

 

E2
XGT Panel
E1

Surge absorber for preventing lightning

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When there is concern about noise penetration, use an insulation shield transformer or a noise filter.
Be sure to twist the wiring of the input power supply as short as possible and do not let the wiring of the shielding transformer or
noise filter pass through the duct.
When using a magnetic contactor (MC) for AC / DC, it is recommended to use Ferrite Core at the power input terminal.
EX) Apply a ferrite core to the power terminal as shown in the figure.
L N PE
Ferrite Core
(CU1130B, E-TECH)
(CU1330G, E-TECH)
(ZCAT3035-1330, TDK)
4.2.2 Ground Wiring
(1) This XGT Panel has enough noise countermeasures, so it can be used without grounding except when there is a lot of noise.
However, when grounding, please refer to the following.
(2) Grounding should be done by dedicated grounding as much as possible.
Grounding works are classified as class 3 grounding (grounding resistance 100
Or less).
(3) When dedicated grounding is not possible, use common ground as shown in Fig.
A) Exclusive ground: Best B) Common ground: Good C) Common ground: Bad
(4) Ground wire is 2 mm
2 ormore. If possible, place the grounding point near the XGT Panel to shorten the length of the ground
wire.

Note
If the grounding condition is bad or connected as in (C), the XGT Panel may malfunction or communication failure
may occur. Be sure to check grounding.

 

XGT Panel

 

Other

 

XGT Panel

 

Other

 

XGT Panel Other

Type-3 ground Type-3 ground

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4.2.3 An external interface cable fixing
(1) Connect the cable tie through the external interface cable fixing hole on the back of the unit.
(2) Tighten the cable tie firmly so that the external interface cable does not come off by external force.
iXP2 -15XX, 12XX, 10XX Series iXP2 - 08XX Series
External interface cable anchors are an important factor in maintaining explosion proof performance.
If it is not installed as described above, it may cause explosion due to spark due to abnormal connection of
cable. Therefore, please be sure to familiarize yourself with the above instructions.
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Chapter 5 XGT Panel Menu Explanation
This chapter describes how to set the environment such as XGT Panel time setting, Ethernet connection setting, backlight setting.
If you press the [Settings] button on the XGT Panel main screen, you can set the environment of XGT Panel.
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]
[XGT Panel Basic]
After booting the XGT Panel after turning on the power, the XP-Runtime main screen is displayed. Functions of each menu are as
follows.

Menu Meaning Details Note
Settings Configuration menu of
XGT Panel
Backlight Setting Refer to 5.1 Settings
Touch Setting
DateTime Setting
Environment Setting
Ethernet Setting
Buzzer Setting
Sound Setting
XP-Remote Setting
Goto MainMenu
Diagnostics Diagnostics function of
XGT Panel
Screen Refer to 5.2 Diagnostics
Touch
Backup Memory/
Flash Memory
USB Memory
Serial
SD Card
Goto MainMenu

 

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구분 의미 항목 비고

 

세세세세부부부부
PLC Information PLC setting menu
connected with
XGT Paenl
Settings Refer to
5.3 PLC Information
SHOW INFO
Program Monitor
OK
N:1 Settings
Update XGT Panel For updating XGT Panel XGT Panel Update Refer to
5.4 Update XGT Panel
Storage Function It is for using
the storage devices
used in XGT Panel
Project Download Refer to
5.5 Storage Function
Project Upload
XGT Panel Update
Select USB
Cancel

 

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5.1 Settings
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]
5.1.1 Backlight Setting
Press the [Backlight Settings] button on the [System Configuration] screen to go to the setup screen as follows.
[XGT Panel Setting]

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[Backlight setting]

Menu Explanation
Brightness Backlight Brightness can be adjusted.
Do not turn off backlight Backlight power is always on.
Turn off backlight after idle time If you do not touch for a certain period of time, the backlight automatically turns off.
Turn off after The backlight turns off after the set time (in minutes).

[Explanation of the dialog box]

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5.1.2 Touch Setting
You can adjust the sensitivity of the touch according to the type of gloves according to the work environment during touch operation. If
you press [Touch Setting] on the System Configuration screen as shown below, the setting window will be activated and you can set
the sensitivity according to the type of glove. You can set the sensitivity of the touch by user setting.
[XGT Panel Setting]
[Touch setting]

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Note
(1) By default, XGT Panel has touch setting. If the touch position error is large, Please contact us for action.
(2) If touch glass breakage occurs, it may cause touch operation problem.
(3)Touch glass may cause touch malfunctiondue to water droplets.
In this environment, please disable the gesture function.

 

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5.1.3 DateTime Setting
You can set the date and time of XGT Panel by pressing [DateTime Setting] button on [System Configuration] screen as follows.
[XGT Panel Setting]
2017
Today: 4/23/2017
[Date / Time Setting]

Note
Date / time view and setting are also available in the device information view of the communication setting dialog of XP-Builder.
For more information,See the XP-Builder User's Guide Chapter 4.4.

 

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5.1.4 Environment Setting
If you press the [Environment Setting] button on the [System Configuration] screen to go to the setup screen as follows.
[XGT Panel Setting]

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(1) Screen

Menu Explanation
Goto screen
after boot up
After rebooting XGT Panel or downloading edit data,
You will switch. If you disable this setting,
Button to move to the screen.
Quick start When I start the screen, I do not cache the image in advance,
It does not appear. However, if you select this option, the initial screen may appear
somewhat late.
There is. In particular, if the screen contains animation objects,
It may take a few seconds. The next screen transition is fast.
Show progress
on the bottom
When you start monitoring by selecting [Start] menu on the XGT Panel main screen,
It buffers the used image and shows the progress of the operation. (fast
Do not show progress if you make a start setting). At this time,
If you check the [Show Lower] check box, this progress will be simplified and displayed at
the bottom of the screen.
Is displayed. This option can be applied when using the default screen image.
Show always title bar
of popup window
Displays the title bar in a pop-up window. Select the title bar of the pop-up window and
You can move.
Do not show menu bar In order to exit to the standby screen during screen monitoring,
The window (menu bar) does not appear. If this is the case,
You need to configure and use a special switch to exit the screen.
Enable Arabic text
Display (right-> left)
Enables the right-to-left language.
Set startup screen The screen corresponding to the number entered at the start of monitoring is displayed.

 

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(2) General

Menu Explanation
Hide mouse cursor Mouse cursor does not appear after scrolling.
Buzzer On / Off You can set whether buzzer is used or not.
Buzzer test You can test the buzzer.
Low Memory Mode XGT Panel starts monitoring the images used on the screen to speed up the screen
operation.
It will be loaded into memory before use. By the way,
If a positive image is used, due to memory space constraints, all
The image will not load. In this case, if the screen is not yet loaded
Images are loaded, and there is not enough space, so unused images are retrieved from
memory
The operation to delete may be repeated, and the screen switching operation may be
slowed down. In this situation
Low Memory Mode "is recommended. In Low Memory Mode, you do not load the image
before monitoring, but use only the original source of the image used in the project, which
results in less memory usage and less load to load and delete images into memory.
Reset USB power
after boot up
When XGT Panel starts, it turns off USB power On to initialize the connected device.
The initial setting is On, and if the USB recognition speed is slow or not well recognized
Uncheck, power on again and try again.
Clear SRAM memory
And data files
Delete all files you've downloaded on your device. However, connecting to the device
If a password is set, you must enter the password before you can delete it. The password
is the device connection password that you enter when downloading a project, This can
be set in XP-Builder on the Device Information View tab of the Communication dialog box.
The files to be deleted include user project data, web server, VNC startup module, option
card Driver, RAPIEnet communication setting data, XP-Manager setting data etc. from
user PC All downloaded data is included. Set using the configuration menu of the
machine. The contents are kept uninitialized. If the menu language is not English,
A device reboot is required to delete files.

 

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(3) BK Image

Menu Explanation
Set background image If you select an image, the standby screen and desktop are selected after the XGT Panel
is powered on.
If [Use boot image] option is selected, images with resolutions other than XGT Panel,
It can not be used unless it is a 24bit BMP image.
Delete background image Deletes the set desktop.

(4) Printer

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Menu Explanation
Printer Settings Displays additional printer print settings dialogs. If there is no printer information
You should download from XP-Builder with the following message.
From XP-Runtime, go to Start menu and prepare for downloading.
After using the printer, you can use the menu.
<No printer driver and information
Download Required>
<Printer Driver and Information Available>

 

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Printer Settings
Menu Explanation
Port Connection method: Displays the connection method.
Printer type Printer type: Displays the printer type.
Print direction Orientation: Set whether it is horizontal or vertical.
Print color Print color: Set whether it is color or black and white.
High quality print Print quality: Set whether to print advanced.
More ... View additional properties: Displays additional properties.
Printer Properties
If you have made any changes, check whether you want to
save it,
Go to the dialog box.
OK Save the settings.
Cancel Cancels the setting.
Printer Check Diagnose connectivity: Diagnoses the connection status of
the printer. this
The functions of the printer (LK-P30, LK-P41, LK-P43)
Support. Press the button to the right of the current status
Displays a message. If the printer is off
You can turn it on, connect the cable again,
There is.
* Message Type *
One. OK: normal
2. No Printer: Not compatible with printer
3. Cover Open: Paper cover opened
4. Paper Empty: Out of paper
Test Page Test printing: To test the printout status
Function. It prints the following information and briefly
Outputs the printing status.
<Example of test page>
***********************************
Test page
***********************************
DateTime: 2014-02-04 10:00:00
XP-Runtime version: 1320
Printer driver version: 1.00
Printer name: PCL3 LaserJet
Port: USB
***********************************

 

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(5) HDMI
① ②
* Please refer to the
'Note' of
and.
<Clone mode> <Extension mode>

Menu Explanation
Not used HDMI function is disabled.
Clone mode The same screen is displayed on the monitor connected by HDMI.
Extended mode
(To be implemented)
Expands the screen to a monitor connected via HDMI.

 

알아두기
(1) ’ is the same resolution as HMI.
Displayed as ‘iXP2 0800 :800 X 600, iXP2 10/12/1500 : 1024 X 768’.
(2) ‘
’ Extension mode 1280 X 720, 1920 X 1280 is a fixed resolution.

 

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5.1.5 Ethernet Setting
If you press the [Ethernet Setting] button on the [System Configuration] screen as below, you can set the IP to use Ethernet.
You can change the IP by pressing the [Set] button for each item of IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway.
If you click [OK] button, changed IP information will be saved.Two Ethernet ports [LAN 0] and [LAN 1] can be set respectively.

Note
For 1: 1 connection with PC, it is recommended to set as follows.

If you press the [Disable] button and reboot, the device will not use Ethernet. If this is the case,
1) XGT Panel setting
- IP address: 192.168.0.10
- Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
- Gateway: 192.168.0.1
2) PC setting
- IP address: 192.168.0.11
- Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
- Gateway: 192.168.0.1

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You can get the effect. To use Ethernet again, press [Enable] button and reboot.
5.1.6 Buzzer Setting
You can adjust the volume and tone of Buzzer of XGT Panel.
[XGT Panel Setting]
[Buzzer setting]
[Explanation of the dialog box]

Menu Explanation
Buzzer On You can turn on or off the buzzer sound generated when the selection is made.
Buzzer volume You can adjust the volume of the buzzer.
Buzzer tone You can adjust the height of the buzzer.

 

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5.1.7 Sound Setting
You can adjust the volume of XGT Panel.
[XGT Panel Setting]
[Sound setting]

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5.1.8 XP-Remote Setting
You can change the settings for XP-Remote that can remotely control the XGT Panel.
[XGT Panel Setting]
[XP-Remote setting]
[Explanation of the dialog box]

Menu Explanation
Allow XP-Remote to connect Allow connection of remote XP-Remote.
Max. of XP-Remote Specify the maximum number of XP-Remote that can be connected to XGT Panel.
Timeout value If there is no communication request from XP-Remote within the designated time,
communication is stopped,
If XP-Remote has operation authority, it recovers operation authority.
(10 seconds ~ 300 seconds)
Enable control by XP-Remote
after Monitor Start
After XGT Panel starts to monitor, operation permission status is automatically set.

 

Note
For details of XP-Remote, refer to the XP-Remote User's Manual.

 

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5.2 Diagnostics
This chapter explains the functions that can be used to diagnose communication terminal, screen and touch function of XGT Panel.
If you click the [Diagnosis] button on the main screen of XGT Panel, a menu for diagnosing each function of XGT Panel is displayed.
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]
[XGT Panel Basic]
[XGT Panel Diagnostics]

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5.2.1 Screen Diagnostic
When you press the [Screen] button, the screens with different colors are displayed in succession with the buzzer sound. After
all the screens for diagnosis are displayed, the graph will appear and the [Close] button will appear in the upper left corner.
When this [Close] button is pressed, Returns to the Diagnostics screen.
[XGT Panel Diagnostics]
[Screen Diagnostic]

Screen
order
Red Green Blue Black White Graph

 

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5.2.2 Touch Diagnostic
When you press the [Touch] button, the diagnostic screen appears.
If you touch the screen, you can see that it is displayed like the picture below.
Press the [OK] button to exit the screen.
[XGT Panel Diagnostics]
[Touch Diagnostic]

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5.2.3 Backup Memory Diagnostic
If you press the [Backup Memory] button, you can see the diagnostic results in the confirmation window.
[XGT Panel Diagnostics]
[Backup Memory Diagnostic]

Note
(1) If 'NVRAM Data Access ~~ Fail' occurs, take A/S action.
(2) If 'BATTERY STATUS ~~ BAD' occurs, you have to replace the battery through A/S.
If the rear setting switch 1 is set to B, set it to ON. B is a mode without backup battery.

 

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5.2.4 Flash Memory Diagnostic
When you press the [Flash Memory] button, the diagnostic results appear in the confirmation window.
[XGT Panel Diagnostics]
[Flash Memory Diagnostic]

Note
1. If "Read Disk Information Error!" Occurs, please contact us.
2. Space allocation of Flash Disk may depending on O/S version.

 

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5.2.5 USB Memory Diagnostic
When you press the [USB Memory] button, the diagnostic result appears in the confirmation window.
[XGT Panel Diagnostic]
[USB MemoryDiagnostic]

Note
If USB memory is installed and 'Read Disk Information Error!' Occurs, remove it, insert it again and test
do it. If the error message occurs repeatedly, contact Customer Service.

 

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5.2.6 Serial Diagnostic
Diagnostic function for serial communication port such as RS-232C, RS-422. Press the [Serial] button to diagnose the serial
ports installed on the XGT Panel. (However, for diagnosis, loop back terminal must be connected to each port.)
[XGT Panel Diagnostic]
[Serial port selection screen]
[Serial Diagnostic]

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Please make RS-232C port terminal as below. (Connect pins 2 and 3.)
Connect the RS-422/485 port terminals as shown below.
(In case of RS-485 communication, connect pin 1, pin 3, pin 2 and pin 4)

Pin
nu
mb
er
name function
One TX + Data transmission
2 TX- Data transmission
3 RX + Receive data
4 RX- Receive data
5 SG Signal Ground
6 PE PE

 

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5.2.7 SD Card Diagnostic
Displays information of SD card memory inserted in XGT Panel. Press the [SD Card] button to diagnose the SD memory mounted
on the XGT Panel.
[XGT Panel Diagnostic]
[SD Card Diagnostic]

Note
If 'Read Disk Information Error!' Occurs when an SD card is installed, remove it, insert it again, and test it.
If the error message occurs repeatedly, take A / S action.

 

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The PLC information view function is to view the connected XGT Panel information and CPU information and history of the
target PLC.
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]
[XGT Panel Basic Screen]

Note
PLC connection status can be viewed only when project data is transferred to XGT Panel.

 

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5.3.1 PLC Communication Setting
[Settings] is a function to change communication parameters of PLC communicating with XGT Panel, and you can change
PLC communication setting items by clicking [Settings] button
[PLC information]
[PLC Communication Setting]

Note
- PLC communication setting screen may be different for each driver.
- Refer to individual PLC manual for PLC communication setting change contents.

 

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5.3.2 Connection Information
You can check the connection number, PLC manufacturer, target PLC type, connection method, IP address, and timeout time set up
for connection with PLC in XP-Builder.
[PLC information]
[Explanation of the dialog box]

Item Explanation
Connection No. Displays the communication connection number. Available from 0 to 15.
Vendor Displays the manufacturer of the communication target device.
Target device Displays the communication target device.
Connection type Displays the connection method.(RS-232, RS-422, TCP/IP, ect.)
Timeout value Displays the set timeout time.
Send wait value Displays the transfer waiting time.
Retry value Displays the number of retransmissions when a timeout occurs during
communication.

 

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5.3.3 PLC Information
You can check the CPU type, operation mode, status, version and scan time of our own PLC model and provide information only
when connected with PLC.

Note
PLC types that can view PLC information are as follows.
- MASTER-K CPU, FEnet, Cnet
- GLOFA-GM CPU, FEnet, Cnet
- XGK / XGB / XGI / XGR CPU, FEnet, Cnet

5.3.4 History of PLC error
You can check the PLC error history of your own PLC model.

Note
The PLC types that can display the error history are as follows.
- The MASTER-K CPU has no error history.
- GLOFA-GM CPU, FEnet, Cnet
- XGK / XGB / XGI / XGR CPU, FEnet, Cnet

 

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5.3.5 PLC Operation Mode Conversion History
You can check the PLC run / stop operation mode history of your PLC model.

Note
The following PLC types are available to view the PLC operation mode switching history.
- MASTER-K CPU does not have operation mode switching history.
- GLOFA-GM CPU, FEnet, Cnet
- XGK / XGB / XGI / XGR CPU, FEnet, Cnet

5.3.6 History of power off of PLC
You can check the PLC power shutdown history of your own PLC type.

Note
PLC type that can view the power off history is as follows.
- MASTER-K CPU has no power off history.
- GLOFA-GM CPU, FEnet, Cnet
- XGK / XGB / XGI / XGR CPU, FEnet, Cnet

 

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5.3.7 PLC System History Information
PLC system history can be checked.

Note
The PLC types that can view the system historyare as follows.
- The MASTER-K CPU has no system history.
- Only available with the GLOFA-GM CPU (GM4C). Other CPUs have no system history.
- XGK / XGB / XGI / XGR CPU, FEnet, Cnet

 

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5.3.8 N: 1 Setting
XGT Panel supports N: 1 service which enables communication between several XGT Panels and one PLC. You can set details
using the [N: 1 Settings] menu.
[PLC information]
[N: 1 setting]
[Explanation of the dialog box]

Menu Explanation
Use N: 1 Communication N: 1 Specifies whether to perform communication.
N: 1 station number Enter the station number of N: 1 communication.
Number of XGT Panel N: 1 Enter the number of XGT panels on communication.
Master Holding Time Enter the master execution time of N: 1 communication.

 

Note
For detailed setting and understanding of N: 1 communication, refer to XP-Builder's N: 1 communication manual.

 

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5.3.9 Program Monitor
XGT Panel can monitor ladder of PLC XGK of LS Industrial Systems.
[PLC information view screen]

Note
- Program monitor modules must be installed via XP-Manager.
- LSIS: XGK / XGB CPU, Cnet, and Enet driver.
- You must specify the use of the program monitor in the project properties of XP-Builder.

 

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5.4 XGT Panel Update
The functions described in this chapter are for updating the XGT Panel software. By default, XGT Panel is also optimized
when downloading project file from XP-Builder. Use this function only if you need to update only the XGT Panel in particular.
The software of the XGT Panel will need to be updated with the new version as new functions and enhancements are
added. Refer to the following procedure.
[Method]
1. Connect XGT Panel and PC.
2. Run the XP-Builder.
3-1. Click [Communication] - [XGT Panel Update].
3-2. Click Connection Setup to select the type of XGT Panel and PC connected.
3-3. Click Browse and select the XP-Runtime file.
4. Select [XGT Panel Update] on the XGT Panel menu screen.
5. Click [Update] of the XGT Panel Update(No3-1).
When normal update is completed, return to XP Runtime menu screen.
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]

Note
1. Do not disconnect the communication cable or turn off the device while updating the XGT Panel.
XGT Panel may not update properly and may malfunction
2. Click Update XGT Panel menu and then click MENU on XP-Runtime screen to return to XP-Runtime menu
screen.

 

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5.5.1 Overview
Download the project edited by the user in XP-Builder from PC or upload the project backed up in the device to PC
Uploading and updating the device are usually done by connecting USB cable or Ethernet cable to XGT Panel series.
You can do it through. In situations where this connection is not possible, you can use the storage device to proceed.
The function description for [Storage Function] is as follows.
WinCE O/S V1.0 XP-Runtime V2.10 B[010]
1. If you touch [Storage Function] on the menu, the following dialog box is displayed.
2. The contents of each menu are as follows.

Menu Description
Project Download To download a project from an external storage device to the XGT Panel
Project Upload To transfer project data backed up to an external storage device from XGT Panel
XGTPanel Update To update the XGT Panel Software from an external storage device

 

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5.5.2 Downloading a project using a storage device
1. When you touch [Download Project] in the storage function menu, the following dialog box is displayed.
2. Project storage path of USB memory, SD card is displayed as below.
- USB Storage XP_Project
- SD Storage XP_Project
If you want to download a project using a storage device, it must be stored in the directory in the above path.
3. Select one of the directory listings.
4. Touch the [OK] button to start the download.

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5.5.3 Uploading a project using a storage device
1. If you touch [Upload Project] in the storage function menu, the following dialog box is displayed.
2. The upload path of USB memory and SD card is displayed as below.
- USB Storage XP_Backup
- SD Storage XP_Backup
3. Touch the [OK] button to transfer the project backup file in the machine to the path of the selected storage device.
4. The project backup file must be downloaded to download the project backup file when downloading the project.
If not selected, the project backup file is not stored in the device and therefore can not be transferred to the storage device.

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5.5.4 Updating the device using a storage device
1. If you touch [Update XGT Panel] in the storage function menu, the following dialog box will be displayed.
2. The path of USB memory, SD card is displayed as follows.
- USB Storage XP_Software
- SD Storage XP_Software
If you want to update the device using an external storage device, the XGT Panel Software file is in the directory in the
above path
It must be saved.
3. Touch the [OK] button to update the device with the XGT Panel Software stored in the specified path.

Appendix 3. Warranty and Environmental Policy

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Chapter 6 Backup files by using Storage Devices

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Chapter 6 Backup files by using Storage Devices
This chapter describes the management functions for external storage devices that store backup data of logging, recipe, and
screen images.
(1) XGT Panel can back up logging, recipe, screen image data to USB storage device according to the settings set in XP-Builder.
(2) If there is no capacity to be backed up on the specified storage device, the existing data is deleted according to the settings
set by XP-Builder, and the backup process or backup is stopped.
(3) The XP-Builder monitors whether or not the external storage device specified as the backup device is detached.
6.1 Path Structure in case of File Backup
Backup path structure of logging,recipe, and screen image is asfollows.
Logging
YYYY.MM.BeginDay.EndDay.0
DD.BeginHour.EndHour.0 (space for one folder is full)
HH.BeginMinute.FF
Lhhmmss0.CSV
Recipe
Rhhmmss0.CSV (same as lower structure of each logging number)
DD.BeginHour.EndHour.1 (There is free space for one folder)
DD.BeginHour. FF (There is free space for one folder)
1 (Logging Number)
2 (same as lower structure 1)
ScreenImage
Shhmmss0.BMP (same as lower structure of each logging number)
Root directory of SD or USB storage equipment.

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1. Path structure in case of logging backup
(1) Directory named ‘Logging’ is created under the root directoryof USB equipment
(2) The directorywhose name is logging number is created under Logging directory.
(3) The directorywhose nameis year, month is created under Logging number directory.
(a) Includes daydirectoryunder
(b) Up to 500 daydirectories can be created.
(c) Name of year, month directoryincludes the firstlycreated dayinformation under its directory
Ex) In case directory is created in 2010, October and includes directory since 15th under, directory’s name is
:2010.10.15.FF
FF at end means the directory can save more data created in 2010, October (currently, the number of lower
directory is 500 or less)
(d) In case month is changed, changes directoryname to day information of last created daydirectory.
Ex) In case month becomes November from October and directory from 15th directory to 30th have been created
in 2010, October directory.
:2010.10.15.30.0
(e) Though month is not changed, in case the number of day directory under year, month directory is 500 or above,
directoryname is changed into name including dayinformation of last created daydirectory.
Ex) In case the number of directory from first to 15th is 500 or above in the directory created in 2010, October.
:2010.10.01.15.0
(f) In case there is the year, month directory having same start day and end day when changing directory’s name
due to over 500 day directories or change of month, last digit index number increases.
Ex) In case there are three year, month directories that are having over 500 day directories created in October
first and 2010 year October directory
:2010.10.01.01.0
:2010.10.01.01.1
:2010.10.01.01.2
(4) Day directory is created under year, month directory
(a) Hour directory is created under daydirectory
(b) Day directorycan have up to 500 hour directory
(c) Name of day directory includes not day information but also hour information of first created hour
directory
(d) Relation between day directory and hour directory is same as relation between year month directory and day
directory.
(5) Directorywhose name includes hour information is created under daydirectory.
(a) Hour directoryincludes backup file under
(b) Hour directorycan include up to 500 backup file
(c) Name of time directory include not only hour information but also minute information of first created file under
(d) Relation between hour directory and backup file is same as relation between year, month directory and day
directory.
(6) Name of logging backup file includes the created hour, minute, second information.
(a) Backup file is created in CSV format.
(b) File name start with ‘L’meaning logging and includes hour, minute, second, index information
(c) In case backup file is created at the same time in terms of second, index information at the end of file name
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2. Path structure in case of recipe backup
(1) Directorynamed ‘Recipe’ is created under USB storage equipment root directory.
(2) Year, Month directoryis created under Recipe directory
(3) The lower directorystructure is same as that of logging backup path structure.
(4) Name of recipe backup file includes the created hour,minute, second information.
(a) Backup file is created in CSV format.
(b) File name start with ‘R’ indicating recipe and includes hour, minute, second, index information.
(c) In case backup file is created at the same time in terms of second, index information at the end of file nameincreases.
3. Path structure in case of screen backup
(1) Directorynamed ‘Screen Image’ is created under USB storage equipment root directory.
(2) Directorywhose name is year; month is created under Screen Image directory.
(3) The lower directorystructure is same as that of logging.
(4) Name of screen image backup file includes hour, minute, second information.
(a) Backup file is created in bitmap format.
(b) File name starts with ‘S’ and includes hour, minute, second, index information.
(c) In case backup file is created at the same time in terms of second, index information at the end of file nameincreases.
4. Structure of path at memo backup
(1) ‘Memo’ directorywill be formed at the sub route directoryof USB storage device.
(2) Directory in the name of Year and Month will be formed below the Memo Directory.
(3) Structure of directorythereafter is same as that of logging backup route.
(4)Memo backup file has the namemade of hour/minute/second when it was created.
(a) Backup file is created in the type of bitmap.
(b) File name starts with ‘M’ that represents the screen image, which includes the index information of hour, minute, and
second thereafter.
(c) If the backup file is created at the same time up to the second, it increases the index information at the end.
5. Structure of path at live image recording
(1) ‘Movie’ directory will be formed at the sub route directoryof USB storage device.
(2) Recorded live image is stored below the Movie Directory.
(3) Live image file has the name made of year/month/date/hour/minute/second information when it was
created.
(a) Backup file will be created in AVI type. H.264 and MP3 were used for Video CODEC and Audio CODEC
respectively.
(b) File name starts with ‘MOV’ that represents screen image, which includes data and hour information
thereafter.
(c) Live image can be stored up to the number 1,000 files. This number can be designated at the special devicesettings of
XP-Builder.
6. Structure of path when Blue Screen of camera image and live image is created
(1) ‘MovieStill’ directorywill be formed at the sub route directoryof USB storage device.

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(2) Recorded live image will be stored below MovieStill directory.
(3) Blue screen image file has the name made of year/month/date/hour/minute/second information when it was
created.
(a) Backup file will be created in JPG type.
(b) File name starts with ‘STL’ that represents screen image, which includes data and hour information
thereafter.
(c) Live image can be stored up to 1,000 files. This number can be designated at the special device settings ofXPBuilder.

Remark
(1) When changing device time, in case of changing current time into after time, we guarantee the normal
operation. But in case of changing current time into early time, we don’t guarantee the normal operation. In this
case, you have to delete directory including the changed hour and its lower directory for normal operation. For
example, if you change time from December 10
thto December 5th, you have to delete year, month directory
created in December 10
th and restart the device
(2) Sorting by project is not supported for each logging, recipe, screen image. For example, there are no.1, 2, and
3 logging groups in the project A. And in case each logging group backups the file, 1, 2, 3 directories are
created and each data is saved under each directory. Then, in case file backup occurs in the project B having
no.1, 2 logging group, backup file is created in same directory of project A. In this case, you have to sort the
backup files of project A and B based on the created time.

 

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You can designate in the XP-Builder whether to cancel the backup or delete the oldest backup file and execute
backup when there is no space in the storage equipment.
[Project PropertySetting -> Storage Settings -> Backup Storage ->Delete old file if disk full]
1. In case of backup, deleting the oldest data
(1) In case there is no space for backup, searches the oldest year, month directory under Logging, Recipe,
Screen Image. (But in case of Logging, finds under Logging number directory. That is, when executing
backup about Logging number 2, in case there is no backup data in Logging number 2 directory and there is data
only in logging number 1, data of logging number 1 is not searched/deleted.)
(2) Searches the oldest day directoryunder the oldest year, month directory.
(3) Searches the oldest hour directoryunder the oldest daydirectory.
(4) Deletes the oldest backup file under the oldest hour directory.
(5)Checks the space and if more space is necessary, the above steps of (1) ~ (4) are repeated and checks the
space.
(6) When deleting file, in case all data in time directoryare deleted, relevant hour directoryis deleted.
(7) When deleting hour directory, in case all hour directories in day directory are deleted, relevant hour
directoryis deleted.
(8) When deleting day directory, in case all day directories in year, month directory are deleted, relevant year,
month directoryis deleted.

Remark
(1) In unknown directory or file (user file or directory), searches the oldest thing among normal backup files except
unknown directory or file.
(2) In case there is nothing except user data in now searched directory, backup operation fails. XGT Panel
can’t delete user data, at this point, operation stops.

 

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XGT Panels monitors connection status about external storage equipment designated when setting backup path in
XP-Builder. The following figure is backup path specified in XP-Builder.
In order to use this monitoring function, you have to set about system alarm window, and then the project should be
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In case USB storage equipment is removed during operation after setting the path for saving Logging backup file as
USB storage equipment and downloading the project into device, the designated system alarm (HS951.0) is set. In
case storage equipment is equipped again, alarm is reset.
In case USB storage equipment is removed during operation after setting the path for saving Recipe backup file as USB
storage equipment and downloading the project into device, the designated system alarm (HS951.1) is set. In case storage
equipment is equipped again, alarm is reset.
In case USB storage equipment is removed during operation after setting the path for saving Screen Image
backup file as USB storage equipment and downloading the project into device, the designated system alarm
(HS951.2) is set. In case storage equipment is equipped again, alarm is reset.
Internal address of the designated system alarm can be checked in XP-Builder as follows.

Chapter 7 Maintenance

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Chapter 7 Maintenance
To keep the XGT Panel best, examine the XGT Panel.
7.1 Maintenance
Because an error may be developed by environment, the periodic maintenance is needed. You should check the following
categories once or twice every 6 months.

Maintenance category Criterion Action
Power Within the power change range
(Within
-15% / +10%)
Modify the source of electric power in order to be in
the fluctuation range of a permissible voltage.
Environment Operating
temperature
0 ~ + 50 Modify the operating temperature and humidity to be
proper.
Operating
humidity
10 ~ 85%RH
Vibration No vibration Use the anti-vibration rubber and make a count
measure.
Getting loose of power terminal There is no unwinding Screw the unwound terminal.
Getting loose of
communication connector
There is no unwinding Screw the unwound terminal.
Reserved part Amount of reserved part and
reservation
Check the status
Refill the insufficiency and improve the reservation.
Gasket installation status No gap between the gasket and
panel.
Replace gasket or affix brackets firmly
Gasket status No damage or deterioration Replace gasket
Front Panel status check No damage or deterioration Use a dry cloth to remove dust and foreign matter.

7.2 Daily Maintenance
Check the followings daily.

Maintenance category Maintenance contents Criterion Action
Mounting status Check the brackets Should be mounted firmly Retighten screws
Power terminal status Loose terminal screws Not loose Retighten screws
Reduce the distance between
compressed terminals.
Keep the proper distance. Correction
Communication connector
status
Unwinding of fixed screw Not loose Retighten screws
Indication LED Check the lighting Blue LED should be turned on Refer to the Appendix 1.
Touch panel surface state Check the touch panel No pollution such as water drops or
oil
Surface wiping

 

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7.3 Periodical Maintenance
Check the followings once or twice every six months and take measure.

Maintenance category Maintenance
method
Criterion Action
Environment Surrounding
Temperature
Measure through
Temperature
/Hygrometer Measure
of corrosive gas
0 ~ 50 °C Modify it to meet
the general standard.
(Environment standard
in the panel)
Surrounding
Humidity
10 ~ 85%RH
Surrounding
pollution degree
No corrosive gas.
XGT Panel
Status
Unwinding, swing Move XGT Panel Fixed firmly Retighten screws
Dust, foreign
matter adhesion
Visual check Not loose Use a dry cloth to
remove dust and
foreign matter.
Connection
status
Looseness Retighten screw with
Screwdriver
Not loose Retighten screws
Reduce the distance
between compressed
terminals.
Visual check Keep the proper
distance.
Correction
Loose connectors Visual check Not loose Wind the fixed screw of
connector
Loose brackets Retighten screw with
Screwdriver
Not loose Retighten screws
Power voltage maintenance Check the power
voltage of input terminal
of power by test
AC: 100~240V
DC: 24V
Supply
power modification
Battery Check when battery is
exchanged and voltage
drop is indicated.
(It is expressed
by system alarm)
Check the total of
power stoppage time
and guarantee
duration
There is no battery
voltage drop indication
If guarantee duration is
exceeded even tough
there is no battery
voltage drop indication,
change the battery.
LCD Backlight maintenance Visual check Check the guarantee
duration
When error occurs,
change the backlight.
Touch status Touch Screen error Visual check No damage or
Scratches and Pollution
When error occurs,
change the Touch
Panel

 

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Remark
(1) Battery exchange time is expressed by alarm. System alarm is expressed when system alarm
category is set at the XP-Builder as follows.
(2) Replace Battery With Hitachi Maxell, Part No. CR2032 Only. Use of another battery may present a
risk of fire or explosion. See User Manual for safety Instructions.
WARNING: Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire.
(3) As the iXP2 model has the integrated LCD and backlight, the LCD should be replaced when the life is
over or it is out of order.
(4) One of the ESD prevention measures, please use after wiping with a damp cloth.

 

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Chapter 8 EMC Standard Certification
8.1 Requirement for EMC Standard Certification
EMC command is regulated on “It doesn’t produce the Strong electromagnetic waves: Emission” and “It is not
affected by electromagnetic wave from external: Immunity”. The following is describing the contents to meet the
EMC command when configuring the system by using the XGT Panel. This is a summary document for the
request and standard which our company has obtained from EMC but we don't assure that all devices
manufactured according to these contents are not suitable for the below standards. The final manufacturer needs
to finally judge about the fitness method or fitness judgment of EMC command.
8.1.1 CE Standard Certification
In case of XGT Panel, the EN61000-6-4, EN61000-6-2, EN61000-3-2, and EN61000-3-3 of CE standards were
applied.

Applied Standards Results
1. Emission
Conducted Disturbance EN61000-6-4:2007 / A1 : 2011 C
Radiated Disturbance EN61000-6-4:2007 / A1 : 2011 C
Harmonic Current Emission EN61000-3-2:2014 N/T
Voltage Change, Fluctuations and Flicker EN61000-3-3:2013 N/T
2. Immunity
Electrostatic Discharge EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 C
EN61000-4-2:2009
Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Field EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 C
EN61000-4-3:2006 / A1 : 2008 / A2 : 2010
Fast Transient EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 C
EN61000-4-4:2004 / A1 : 2010
Radio-Frequency Continuous Conducted EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 C
EN61000-4-6:2009
Power-Frequency Magnetic Fields EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 N/T
EN61000-4-8:2010
Surges EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 C
EN61000-4-5:2006
Voltage Dips and Interruptions EN61000-6-2:2005 / AC : 2005 N/T
EN61000-4-11:2004
C=Comply NC=Not Comply N/T=Not Tested N/A=Not Applicable

 

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Directive:
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU amended by the Directive 93/68/EEC

8.1.2 KC Standard Certification
The XGT Panel acquire the electromagnetic fitness registration (KC specification) certified by wave laboratory
under information-communication part.

A grade device
This device acquires KC for industrial use.
If device is not purchased properly, exchange it to device for home use.

8.2 Requirement for Low Voltage Command Suitability
It is required to get the needed Stability for the device operated at AC50~1000V, DC75~1500V’s power. The following
describes attention about installation and wiring for the suitability when using the XGT Panel. Though the following
data is made by requirement of regulation and standard, we don’t guarantee that all devices are suitable for the above
command. The method to be suitable for the EMC command and judgment of suitability should be finally made by
device manufacturer himself.
8.2.1 Standard Certification for XGT Panel
XGT Panel is according to the EN61131-2:2007 (stability of device used in the measure, control laboratory).
8.2.2 Selection of XGT Panel
(1) iXP2-08xxA, iXP2-10xxA, iXP2-12xxA, iXP2-15xxA
Power module with rated input voltage of AC100 / 240V has hazardous voltage (voltage of 42.4V peak or more) inside.
Therefore, the CE marked product is reinforced and insulated between the internal primary and secondary
(2) iXP2-08xxD, iXP2-10xxD, iXP2-12xxD, iXP2-15xxD
I/O modules with a DC 24V rating or less are out of the low voltage command target range.

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-1
Appendix 1 Troubleshooting
1. Type of Problems
It classifies problems from XGT Panel including an indicated figure, indication of the object, and problems
appeared when downloading. Refer to the following chart.

Classification of problem Description
Problem when starting Malfunction when starting.
Please refer to the 2. Problem when starting.
Problem after the
monitor on
In case that there is no reaction when touching.
Please refer to the 3. Problem after the Monitor on.
Display problem of
figure and object.
In case that the figure or object is different from when editing.
Please refer to the 4. Indication problem of figure and object.
Communication problem In case that communication is not executed properly.
Please refer to the 5. Communication problem.
USB Removal of
Memory Card
In case that USB device is not working for a while when USB memory is
removed.
Please refer to the 6. USB Removal of Memory Card
External memory
recognition problem
If external storage device such as USB, SD card is not recognized
Please refer to the7. External Memory Recognition.
Touch recognition problem If the touch is not recognized normally
Please refer to the 8. Touch recognition.
Error message
when executing program
In case that an error message occurs when operating the XGT Panel.
Please refer to the 9. Error message when executing program.

 

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App 1-2
2. Problems when Starting
Why does black screen show up when turning on the device?
Phenomenon: When turning on the device, black screen shows up and the booting is impossible.
< Cause >
(1) Because the device is not set as a booting mode.
(2) Black screen may appear because of malfunction of backlight.
<Solution>
(1) Because the device is not set as a booting mode, the above problem can occur.
Check whether No. 5 switch at DIP switch in the back of the device is in B direction or not.
B direction is a booting mode.
When is the color of LED changed?
Please check the followings.

Display color Contents
BLUE Power is supplied to XGT Panel

When applying the option, ‘Go to Screen after boot up’, it displays “Failed to load image files” as the
monitoring has not been started.
Phenomenon: After storing images in the USB storage device and then selecting the option “Go to Screen
after boot up” in the start menu, in case when re-permitting the power of the equipment, the message like
“Failed to load image files” is displayed and the monitoring is not started.
<Cause>
(1) In case when it is connected with the USB storage device, the recognition of the USB is delayed.
<Solution>
(1) In case when the recognition speed is delayed due to the characteristics of the USB storage device,
remove the USB storage device and then reinstall it.
When the power is re-permitted, the USB storage device (or USB mouse) is not recognized.
Phenomenon: When the USB storage device was initially installed, it was normally recognized. However, it is
not recognized after the power is re-permitted.
<Causes>
(1) Due to the option of the ‘Reset USB Power’ of the equipment, there could problems in the recognition
process.
(2) Depending on the USB storage device, it may not be smoothly recognized.

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App 1-3
<Solution>
(1) If the power initialization option(“Reset USB Power”) of the equipment is selected, cancel the selection
and then permit the power again. The “Reset USB Power” option is an additional function to improve
the initialization of the storage device with slow recognition speed or low recognition ratio. Depending
on the characteristics of the storage device, however, the power initialization can be an obstacle to the
initialization work. Thus, depending on Phenomenon, select what has higher recognition ratio by
properly using the power initialization option.
(2) Depending on the characteristics of the storage device, it may not be recognized. Use another USB
storage device showing higher recognition ratio.

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App 1-4
3. Problems after the Monitor on
When touching the screen it reacts in a different area or it may not react at all?
Phenomenon: When touching the screen it reacts in a different area or it may not react at all.
< Cause >
(1)Touch’s Calibration setting is not proper.
(2) Touch panel may be a break down.
<Solution>
(1) Redo Calibration setting about touch. Refer to the [Device manual Ch.4.1 Touch Calibration].
(2) It you can’t go to setting menu, connect mouse to USB port and use mouse.
Buzzer does not sound.
Phenomenon: When pressing buzzer, buzzer does not sound.
< Cause >
(1) When that the switch operates but the buzzer doesn’t sound, the buzzer is set as no sound.
(2) If the switch doesn’t work too, it seems that some error occurs in the touch function.
<Solution>
(1) Redo environment setting for buzzer to sound. Refer to the [device manual Ch.4.7 Environment Setting].
(2) After setting to use buzzer, check whether the buzzer sounds or not in the 1)’s setting windows.
Phenomenon: After the system alarm about the lack of system memory occurs, XGT Panel itself closes the
monitoring and then moves to the start menu in unspecific time without user’s operation.
<Causes>
(1) The memory usage could be exceeding 95%.
(2) The memory usage can be a bit increased when floating pop-up windows or moving to several screens
during monitoring. In case when the number of image used for project is a lot, the memory usage can
more easily reach the limit. In this case, XGT Panel closes the monitoring by itself and then takes an
action to secure the memory again.
<Solution>
(1) In case of using vector image instead of raster image, the memory share can be reduced. In the graphic
library of XP-Builder, the image group marked as OOO_R is the raster image group while the image
group marked as OOO_V is the vector image group.
(2) In case when the monitoring is closed down due to the increase of the memory share in spite of the
image change operation, contact the A/S center close by.

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App 1-5
After continuously adding projects to the screen, and adding/editing objects, the operation speed has
been slowed down.
Phenomenon: After adding projects to the screen and also adding/editing objects, it feels like the operation
speed of XGT Panel gets slowed down.
<Causes>
(1) The amount of image used for projects is big.
(2) In order to increase the screen operation speed, XGT Panel maintains the used images in the memory in
advance. Since the memory resource has limitation, they cannot be maintained in the memory once the
amount of image exceeds a certain limit. Whenever they are needed, thus, they are read from the file
system and then expressed on the screen. This could be the reason why the screen operation speed gets
slowed down.
<Solution>
(1) In case of using vector image instead of raster image, the memory share can be reduced. In the graphic
library of XP-Builder, the image group marked as OOO_R is the raster image group while the image
group marked as OOO_V is the vector image group.
(2) In case when there is no proper vector image, the desired image can be composed by using various
functions of figures (circle, square, straight line and etc.).
(3) Removing unnecessary background screen, the screen is composed by applying the background colors.

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App 1-6
4. Display Problem of Figure and Object
The shape of object is not shown or the number or character value which has to be shown is not shown.
Phenomenon: The shape of object is not shown or the number or character value which has to be shown is
not shown.
<Cause>
(1) The connection with PLC connected with each project is disconnected or NAK occurs.
<Solution>
(1) When the communication is executed at first, Check the cable connected with PLC is OK or not.
(2) If object where the offset is set is not shown, check whether address range is exceeded or not.
(3) In case that communication is not OK, when communication is abnormal, the following message shows
up in the XGT Panel.

Object type Phenomenon
Bit Switch The switch is expressed but it doesn’t work.
Word Switch The switch is expressed but it doesn’t work.
Change Screen Switch The switch is expressed but it doesn’t work.
Special Switch The switch is expressed but it doesn’t work.
Multi Switch The switch is expressed but it doesn’t work.
Bit Lamp Image is not shown.
Word Lamp Image is not shown.
N-State Lamp Image is not shown.
Present time is shown.
Clock
Bit Message Message is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown
as it is.
Word Message Message is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown
as it is.
Numeric Display The value is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown
as it is.
Numeric input The value is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown
as it is.
Text Display Character string is not shown. When designating the background image, image is
shown as it is.
Text Input Character string is not shown. When designating the background image, image is
shown as it is.
Bit Window The window screen set in the object is not shown. But if communication is set with
other object in the same window screen, it can be shown by that object.
Word Window The window screen set in the object is not shown. But if communication is set with
other object in the same window screen, it can be shown by that object.
Bit Part The part screen set in the object is not shown. But if communication is set with
other object in the same part screen, it can be shown by that object.
Word Part The part screen set in the object is not shown.

 

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App 1-7

Object type Phenomenon
But if communication is set with other object in the same part screen, it can be
shown by that object.
Animation Animation is not shown.
Bar Graph Graph is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown as
it is.
Pie Graph Graph is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown as
it is.
Meter Graph Graph is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown as
it is.
Closed Graph Graph is not shown. When designating the background image, image is shown as
it is.
Trend Graph X, Y axis is shown normally but trend axis is not normally shown.
When designating the background image, image is shown as it is.
History Alarm Viewer Change doesn’t occur. When communication is abnormal, alarm occurs because it
can’t know the status of alarm target device. But previous alarm data shows up as
it is.
Data list Value is not shown. Lattice of viewing data list of object is shown as it is.
Logging Viewer Change doesn’t occur. When communication is normal, the recorded log data is
shown normally. But, log data is shown as # when communication is abnormal.
Navigator Change doesn’t occur. Because it shows the group of alarm already developed,
though communication is abnormal, if it has alarm data already developed, it
shows the name of group where each alarm is included.

The number indication object value is shown as # or ~.
Phenomenon: The number indication object value is shown as # or ~.
(Same phenomenon occurs at the number input device, viewing data list, and viewing logging)
<Cause>
(1) This happens when digit is not correct or type is not BCD.
<Solution>
(1) When the number to be expressed exceeds the number set in the object, # is expressed. In case of this,
set the digit largely and after download again, execute program again.
(2) When the numeric display object is expressed as BCD type, the data whose type is not BCD is
expressed as ~. In case of this, adjust device value as BCD type.
(3) This phenomenon occurs at the data list object, numeric input, numeric display device, and logging
viewer.

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App 1-8
After switching the screen, the previous screen remains for a few minute.
Phenomenon: After switching the screen, when there is no background or image in the part or number
indication device, the previous screen remains for a few minute because of change of part.
< Cause >
(1) After switching the screen, when connection is set up multiply or communication time-out occurs, the
screen of previous part remains in some object.
<Solution>
(1) It is normal status. In case that multiple connection or communication is not good, when switching the
screen, the remains of previous screen can occur during the time-out hour.
The folded object doesn’t sequentially show up.
Phenomenon: The number under the data list shows up above data list.
< Cause >
(1) The device value is expressed at the top of object screen.
<Solution>
(1) It is normal status. The folded window or part object is not included in screen, regardless of sequence of
drawing, the object changed recently is expressed at top of screen. So if possible, do not fold the object
in screen.
The object always shows up above the figure.
Phenomenon: I downloaded the figure above the object in XP-Builder, but the object always shows up above
the figure.
< Cause >
(1) In XGT Panel, The object always shows up above the figure.
<Solution>
(1) It is normal status. The object always shows up above figure in the XGT Panel.

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App 1-9
5. Communication Problems
It seems that communication does not work.
Phenomenon: On the screen where the object is not many, communication works but when you move the
screen where the object is many, timeout occurs.
< Cause >
(1) In the device setting, the communication time-out is set to be too short.
<Solution>
(1) It occurs because timeout is set much smaller than sum of request time of communication data and
response time from PLC. In the device setting at the XP-Builder, after setting communication time out to
be big, download program and execute again.
It seems that communication doesn’t work.
Phenomenon: Communication doesn’t work.
< Cause >
(1) Communication setting or cable may be not normal.
<Solution>
(1) In case of RS-232C, check whether connection setting is normal or not in XP-Builder.
(2) In case of RS-422/485, check whether station and communication connection setting is normal or not.
(3) If 1), 2) is normal, do diagnosis about PLC-RS232C, PLC-RS485/422 at the Serial diagnosis screen of
device menu. Refer to the [Device manual ch.5.6 Serial Communication Diagnosis]
(4) If 3) is normal, check whether connection cable has error or not.
(5) In case of Ethernet, check the port and IP setting about relative PLC.
(6) In case of Ethernet, make sure that the IP and port settings for the other PLC are correct.
It seems that communication doesn’t work.
Phenomenon: Ethernet communication is connected slowly after monitoring starts.
< Cause >
(1) Subnet of Ethernet port is the same.
<Solution>
(1) If the subnets of the two Ethernet ports are the same, the initial connection may be delayed due to
the seek time.
(2) If possible, remove the Ethernet port's subnet.
► Before trial operation of the product, be sure to check if a normal communication is available
between XGT Panel and the subject device of control
Caution

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App 1-10
6. USB Removal of Memory Card
When removing the USB memory equipment, device is stopped for some times.
Phenomenon: This happens when doing data backup including logging, recipe.
< Cause >
(1) This happens because memory card is removed when doing data backup.
<Solution>
(1) If possible, when monitoring XGT Panel, do not remove the memory card and after going out to the
waiting screen, execute the removing.
(2) Inescapably you have to remove it during the operation, remove when backup does not occur. If the
above phenomenon occurs, it works normally after about 10 seconds.
(3) In case of USB memory, please remove it when the LED of USB external memory is not flickering.
After the repeated attachment/detachment of the USB storage device, it is not recognized.
Phenomenon: It can happen when the attachment/detachment of the USB device is repeated for a short
period of time.
<Cause>
(1) When the USB device is recognized or removed, it takes a certain period of time(maximum a few
seconds) to recognize it. When the storage device is quickly installed/removed, however, it cannot be
normally recognized.
<Solution>
(1) It is recognized again after waiting for about a minute. Install it again after waiting for more than a minute.
(2) When removing/reinstalling the USB device, reinstall it after waiting for around 2-3 seconds.
Caution
► If you force to remove the data during the storage of data in the external memory, file may not
be stored in a normal condition or external memory may suffer from damage.

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7. External memory recognition

App 1-11
USB, SD Card not recognized.
Phenomenon: The USB or SD card is inserted but the unit does not recognize it.
<Cause>
(1) It appears when the USB memory or SD card is partitioned.
<Solution>
(1) Please format USB memory or SD card as one partition.
8. Touch recognition
It recognizes that you have touched a place you do not want.
Phenomenon: The place where I did not touch was touched.
<Caution>
(1) Check the surface of the touch panel for foreign matter such as water or oil.
(2) Check if the power or communication cable is passing on the surface of the touch panel.
<Solution>
(1) Clean the surface of the touch panel using a dry cloth or a towel
(2) When cleaning the surface of the touch panel, be sure to turn off the power to prevent malfunction
(3) Be careful not to let cables run near the touch panel
► If you forcefully remove the data from the external memory while it is being saved, the file may not be
saved properly or the external memory may be damaged.
Caution
► The electrostatic touch panel may cause malfunction if liquids such as water or oil get on the surface.
► If you need to clean the unit, be sure to turn off the power before cleaning.
Caution

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App 1-12
9. Error Message during Execution of Programs
In case that problems occur during execution of XGT Panel including the start of device, diagnosis of device and
environment setting, project download, monitoring of control device, and error messages occur as type of box. At
this time the message indicates the code made by 4 digit number. The front 2 number indicate code of object
and work, the rear 2 number is message number. In case that the present error message is indicated as [0101],
an error message occurs when doing diagnosis about the status of NVRAM. When an error message occurs,
refer to the row’s number and sequence and find the category of reason and measure.

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
Device
diagnosis
0x01 0x01 XGT
Panel
NVRAM Data
Access ... FAILED!
Failed to check whether backup
memory is normal or not. If this
symptom is repeated, contact the near
Customer Service Center.
0x02 XGT
Panel
BATTERY STATUS ...
NOT GOOD!
Backup data is not valid. If this
symptom is repeated when turning
power off and on, remove XGT Panel’s
power and exchange the battery.
0x03 XGT
Panel
Write Operation
FAILURE!
The built-in Flash disk has an error.
Contact the near Customer Service
Center.
0x04 XGT
Panel
Read Disk Information
Error!
The built-in Flash disk has an error.
Contact the near Customer Service
Center.
0x05 XGT
Panel
Write Operation
FAILURE!
Check that CF card is empty, and equip
CF card and test again. If same
symptom is repeated, CF card or CF
card slot of XGT Panel may have a
problem.
0x06 XGT
Panel
Read Disk Information
Error!
Check that CF card is empty, and equip
CF card and test again. If same
symptom is repeated, CF card or CF
card slot of XGT Panel may have a
problem.
Device
setting
0x02 0x01 XGT
Panel
Invalid timeout value. You inputted the wrong time which is
not within backlight setting time range.
Input the effective time.
0x02 XGT
Panel
Not found XGT Panel
configuration file.
There is no setting information data of
XGT Panel. If this symptom is repeated
when turning power off and on, contact
the near Customer Service Center.
0x03 XGT
Panel
Please enter an
integer between 0 and
255.
When setting IP, the values within
0~255 are effective. Input the value
within the above range.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-13

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x01 XGT
Panel
No project in XGT
Panel.
Now, there is no downloaded project so
you can’t see connection information.
Download the project from XP-Builder.
XGT Panel
Update
0x04 0x01 Panel XGT Failed to Start engine. Please update engine
again.
Because of update error or Flash disk
error, program can’t be executed. If you
can update, redo the above procedure.
If you can’t, contact the near Customer
Service Center.
Switch h05 h01 XGT
Panel
Invalid password. There is password in the each object.
When editing the project downloaded in
the present device, input the
designated password at the project
property information.
Number
indication
device/
Number
input device
0x06 h01 XGT
Panel
Can't write Data. Because of communication error, the
value can’t be inputted. Check the
communication status and input again.
h02 XGT
Panel
No input Data. You tried to input with no value. Input the value
0x03 XGT
Panel
Exceeded the max
length.
You exceed the maximum length to
input.
0x04 XGT
Panel
Exceeded the
minimum Value.
You exceed the maximum value to
input.
0x05 XGT
Panel
Exceeded the
maximum Value.
You exceed the minimum value to
input.
0x06 XGT
Panel
Invalid at Input Case. When you input the value, input can’t
be done because of wrong input. Check
the input condition of each object in the
Builder and input again.
Lamp 0x07 None
Character
indication
device/
Character
input device
0x08 None
Message 0x09 None
Clock 0x0A None
Animation 0x0B None
Graph 0x0C None
Window 0x0D None
Part 0x0E None
History
alarm
0x0F None
Flow alarm 0x20 None

 

Viewing
device
information
0x03

 

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App 1-14

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
System
alarm
0x21 None
Scheduler
related
0x22 None
Recipe
related
0x23 None
Logging
related
0x24 None
Data list 0x25 None
Project
download
0x26 0x00 XGT
Panel
Abnormal send
payload. Please
download project
again.
Communication status is abnormal.
Check the connection of
communication cable.
0x01 XP
Builder
There's not Password
File.
This message shows up when making
it newly because there is no password
setting file in the device. When making
it newly, it is initialized with no
password.
0x02 XP
Builder
Failed to Create
Password File.
It make new password setting file when
there is no password setting file. But
downloading is stopped when it fails to
make this file because of device error.
If this problem is repeated, Contact the
near Customer Service Center.
0x03 XP
Builder
Invalid Backup Media. Communication status is abnormal.
Route information is not correct to save
project data. If this problem is repeated,
Contact the near Customer Service
Center.
0x04 XP
Builder
Failed to Create
version File.
In case that the version information file
doesn’t exist in the device, that file is
made newly. In case that the device
has error and fails to make that file,
download is stopped. If this problem is
repeated, Contact the near Customer
Service Center.
0x05 XP
Builder
File Size Error. There is version information file. In
case that because of error of device, it
fails to read version information,
because the device doesn’t know
version, download is stopped. If this
problem is repeated, Contact the near
Customer Service Center.

 

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App 1-15

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x06 XP
Builder
Failed to get Project
ID.
In case of not reading file where project
property is included, download is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
Contact the near Customer Service
Center.
0x07 XP
Builder
Failed to read history
alarm data.
In case of not reading information about
alarm history because of error of
NVRAM, download is stopped. If this
problem is repeated, Contact the near
Customer Service Center.
0x08 XP
Builder
Failed to read CF
Card information.
Project is set to store data at CF card
equipped at device. By the way, now it
can’t read information about CF card.
Check the installation status of CF card
and if it is normal, check the CF card. If
this problem is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
Project
download
0x26 0x09 XP
Builder
Failed to read USB
information.
Project is set to store data at USB
storage device equipped at device. By
the way, now it can’t read information
about USB storage device. Check the
installation status of USB storage
device and if it is normal, check USB
storage device. If this problem is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x0A XP
Builder
Failed to read Flash
memory information.
In case that it can’t know information
about memory status, download is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x0B XP
Builder
Failed to clear Temp
Directory.
In case that because of error of Flash
Disk, it can’t delete the directory made
temporally for download because of
error of Flash Disk, download is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x0C XGT
Panel
Failed to delete Font
File. Please reboot
XGT Panel.
In case that it fail to delete the font file
of previous project because of error of
XGT Panel, download is stopped. If this
problem is repeated, contact Customer
Service Center.

 

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App 1-16

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x0D XGT
Panel
Failed to delete Image
File. Please reboot
XGT Panel.
In case that it fail to delete the image
file of previous project because of error
of XGT Panel, download is stopped. If
this problem is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x0E XGT
Panel
Failed to delete Sound
File. Please reboot
XGT Panel.
In case that it fail to delete the sound
file of previous project because of error
of XGT Panel, download is stopped. If
this problem is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x0F XGT
Panel
There's no
downloaded project. It
needs to download
whole project
It can’t download part or fixed part in
case there is no downloaded project. In
case of this, download again. If this
problem is repeated, contact Customer
Service Center.
0x10 XP
Builder
Backup path is invalid.
Please check the path
that project is
downloaded.
When user change the storage location
of project data including image and
font, if there is not respective routine, it
make newly. By the way, download is
stopped in case it fails to make newly.
When it is designated as CF card, it
can occur in case CF card is not
installed. If this problem is repeated
and not referred in the above, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x11 XGT
Panel
Failed to delete
previous project
archive. Please reboot
XGT Panel.
The project backup file downloaded
already can be deleted because of
error of XGT Panel. Reboot XGT Panel.
If this problem is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
Project
download
0x26 0x12 XGT
Panel
Failed to delete past
project data files.
Please download
project again.
When downloading, the log data area in
the NV-RAM is initialized in case of
selecting previous project’s the monitor
data deletion option. By the way, in
case of failing this, downloading is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x15 XGT
Panel
Failed to initialize
LOGGING area in NV
RAM. Please
download project
again.
When downloading, the log data area in
the NV-RAM is initialized in case of
selecting previous project’s the monitor
data deletion option. By the way, in
case of failing this, downloading is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.

 

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App 1-17

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x16 XGT
Panel
Failed to initialize
RECIPE area in NV
RAM. Please
download project
again.
When downloading, the alarm history in
the NV-RAM is initialized in case of
selecting the previous project’s monitor
data deletion option. By the way, in
case of failing this, downloading is
stopped. If this problem is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x17 XGT
Panel
Failed to initialize
ALARM area in NV
RAM. Please
download project
again.
The downloaded font file is moved into
original storage location but when this
fails, downloading is stopped. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x18 XGT
Panel
Failed to install font
files. Please download
project again.
The project data is divided into several
files according to the contents but when
this fails, downloading is stopped. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x19 XGT
Panel
Failed to unmarshall
download file. Please
download project
again.
The data divided according to the
contents is moved to the original
storage location but when this fails,
downloading is stopped. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x1A XGT
Panel
Failed to install new
project data files.
Please download
project again.
The downloaded project is not installed
normally because of error of the Flash
Disk. Download the project again. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x1B XGT
Panel
Failed to merge data
files. Please download
project again.
The downloaded project zip file is
moved to the original storage location
but when it fails, downloading is
stopped. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x1C XGT
Panel
Failed to save new
project archive. Please
download project
again.
There is a program to reboot engine
program after downloading in the
device but when it fails, this message
shows up. But because the
downloading is completed if you reboot
engine directly, it works normally. The
program name to reboot is startup.exe
and it can be installed by engine
upgrade function.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-18

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
Project
download
0x26 Failed to XGP Panel
startup program.
Please update XGT
Panel Software.
It can’t find software to reboot XGT
Panel.
Update the XGT Panel.
0x1D XGT
Panel
0x1E XGT
Panel
Project data is not
downloaded. Please
download project
again.
The project data was not downloaded
normally because of communication
error. Check the connection status of
communication cable and If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x1F XGT
Panel/
XP
Builder
Failed to read Version
information file. Please
download project
again.
There is version information file but
when it can’t read file normally because
of the device error, downloading is
stopped because it doesn’t know
version. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Custom Service Center
Project
download
from USB
storage
device
0x27 0x51 XGT
Panel
Cannot find project
data in USB Storage
There is no USB or device status of
USB is not good or project is not saved
properly.
0x52 XGT
Panel
Project information file
is not in USB Storage.
The project is not saved normally in the
USB.
Check whether there is XP_Project
folder and [project name].inf in the USB
or not.
0x53 XGT
Panel
Failed to read project
information file.
It can’t read project information file
because the project is not saved in the
USB normally. Save the project again
from XP-Builder to the USB.
0x54 XGT
Panel
Device type is not
matched.
The connected device type is not same
as the device type set in the project in
the USB. In case of this, project can’t
be downloaded into the device. Edit the
project again or download according to
the connected device.
0x55 XGT
Panel
Cannot read user
password.
Information about the password can’t
be red because of the device error. If
this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x56 XGT
Panel
Password is not
matched.
When saving the project, the password
inputted by user is not same as present
connection password. Input correct
password and save the project.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-19

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x57 XGT
Panel
Cannot read XGT
Panel software
version.
There is version information file but
when it can’t read file normally because
of the device error, downloading is
stopped because it doesn’t know
version. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x58 XGT
Panel
XGT Panel software is
old version. Please
update XGT Panel.
The version of XP-Builder where
project is saved is not compatible with
present XGT Panel. Update the XGT
Panel.
0x58 XGT
Panel
XP-Builder is old
version. Please
update XP-Builder.
The version of XP-Builder where
project is saved is not compatible with
present XGT Panel. Update the XGT
Panel.
0x59 XGT
Panel
Cannot read download
data format version.
There is storage structure version
information file. But when it can’t read
this file because of the device error,
downloading is stopped because it
doesn’t know the version. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x5A XGT
Panel
Download data format
version is not
matched. Please
update XGT Panel.
Data storage type is not correct.
Update XGT Panel.
0x5A XGT
Panel
Download data format
version is not
matched. Please
update XP-Builder.
Data storage type is not correct.
Update the XP-Builder.
0x5B XGT
Panel
Data file path is
invalid.
There is no project data file at
designated location. Check the
connection status of USB and if there is
no error, save the project to USB again.
0x5C XGT
Panel
Download file name
length is invalid.
The name of project data file is not
saved correctly. Save the project at the
USB again. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x5D XGT
Panel
Cannot find download
file.
The project data file can’t be found.
Save the project data file at the USB
again. When this symptom is repeated,
check the USB. If there is no error,
contact Customer Service Center.

 

Project
download
from USB
storage
device
0x27

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-20

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x5E XGT
Panel
Download file size is
invalid.
The project data file is not saved
correctly. Save the project data file at
the USB again. When this symptom is
repeated, check the USB. If there is no
error, contact Customer Service
Center.
Project
download
from USB
storage
device
0x27 0x5F XGT
Panel
Cannot find project
backup file.
The project backup file which should be
downloaded is not downloaded
because of communication error.
Download again.
0x60 XGT
Panel
Project backup file
size is invalid.
The project backup file is saved
incorrectly. Save the project at the USB
storage equipment again. When this
symptom is repeated, check the USB
storage equipment and if the USB is
normal, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x61 XGT
Panel
Font file name length
is invalid.
The font file’s name is saved
incorrectly. Save the project in the USB
again. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x62 XGT
Panel
Font file is not
downloaded.
The font file which is needed for project
is not saved in the USB storage
equipment. Save the project in the
USB. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x63 XGT
Panel
Font file size is invalid. The font file is not saved correctly.
Save the project at the USB. Save the
project at the USB. If this symptom is
repeated, check the USB and if the
USB is normal, contact Customer
Service Center.
0x64 XGT
Panel
Cannot unmarshall
download file.
The data can’t be analyzed because
the project data file is not saved
correctly. Save the project at the USB
again. If this symptom is repeated,
check the USB and if the USB is
normal, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x65 XGT
Panel
Cannot delete
previous project data.
The data of the project can’t be deleted
because of device error. If this
symptom is repeated, check the USB
and if the USB is normal, contact
Customer Service Center.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-21

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x66 XGT
Panel
Cannot move new font
files.
Downloaded font file is moved to the
original storage location. But when it
fails, the downloading is stopped. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x67 XGT
Panel
Cannot move new
project data files.
The project data classified according to
the content is moved to the original
storage location. But when it fails, the
downloading is stopped. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x68 XGT
Panel
Cannot move project
backup file.
The downloaded project zip data is
moved to the original storage location.
But when it fails, the downloading is
stopped. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
XGT Panel
booting
0x28 0x01 XGT
Panel
Previous instance is
not terminated.
XGT Panel software was already
started. Reboot the device. If this
symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x02 XGT
Panel
Start Server Fail.
Restart XGT Panel
The XGT Panel software can’t initialize
the communication status normally.
Check the communication status again.
If this symptom is repeated when
communication is normal, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x03 XGT
Panel
Failed to Start Echo
Server.
The XGT Panel software can’t initialize
the communication status normally.
Check the communication status again.
If this symptom is repeated when
communication is normal, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x04 XGT
Panel
Failed to accept
connection.
The XGT Panel software can’t initialize
the communication with the XP-Builder
normally. Check the communication
status again. If this symptom is
repeated when communication is
normal, contact Customer Service
Center.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-22

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x05 XGT
Panel
Failed to rename
UpdateNew.exe
In the present XGT Panel the new
updated XGT Panel software’s name
can not be changed.
After rebooting the XGT Panel, update
again. When rebooting, if you can’t start
engine, delete
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdateNew.e
xe in the XGT Panel. Then if you touch
Update.exe and execute the XGT
Panel, it can be update mode. Try
update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center
0x06 XGT
Panel
Failed to Delete
Update.exe.
The new module is downloaded by the
XGT Panel update but the previous
module is not deleted. Reboot the
device. If the XGT Panel software is not
started normally, touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe in
the XGT Panel. At this time, if XGT is
set as update mode, update again. If
this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
Communica
tion
between
other XP
Builder
XGT Panel
0x29 0x30 XGT
Panel
Failed to modify
password file.
The device connection password can’t
be modified because of error of Flash
Disk of XGT Panel. Reboot the device.
If this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x31 XGT
Panel
Password-related
command
transmission payload
error
It failed to set and modify password
because of communication status error.
If this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x32 XGT
Panel
There is no XGT
Panel connection
setting file.
The connection setting file of XGT
Panel can’t be found.
0x33 XGT
Panel
Modified content can’t
be saved in the XGT
Panel connection
setting file.
The modified information can’t be
saved at the connection setting file of
XGT Panel. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x34 XGT
Panel
Failed to set the time The XGT Panel’s time can’t be set. If
this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-23

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
XGT panel
S/W update
0x30 0x21 XGT
Panel/
XP
Builder
Failed to Create
Initialized Module
Version File.
Because the each module version
information can’t be read because of
XGT Panel’s error, it failed to initialize.
If this symptom is repeated, contact
Customer Service Center.
0x22 XGT
Panel/
XP
Builder
Module version file
size is invalid.
The each module version information
can’t be read because of XGT Panel’s
error. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x23 XGT
Panel/
XP
Builder
Can't Read module
version file.
The each module version information
can’t be read because of XGT Panel’s
error. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x24 XP
Builder
There's no file to
download.
The version information list to update is
empty. Check the module folder newly
designated at XP
Builder and if there is no error,
download XGT Panel module and try
update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x25 XP
Builder
Downloaded file is not
Module to download.
The wrong file which is not in the new
module list of XGT Panel is
downloaded. Try update of XGT Panel
again. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
XGT panel
S/W update
0x30 0x26 XGT
Panel
Not enough space in
flash memory.
The space to copy new module in XGT
Panel is not enough. After deleting the
unnecessary file or backing up the
previous file to the movable storage
equipment, try update again. If this
symptom is repeated after deleting,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x27 XGT
Panel
Failed to Copy module
~.dll
The new module is not installed
because of XGT Panel’s error. After
rebooting the device, touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe
and set the device as update mode.
Then update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-24

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x28 XGT
Panel
Failed to Start Engine.
Please update engine
again.
To reboot the engine is not available
because of wrong file which is
developed by downloading wrong
module or communication error.
Touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe
and set the device as update mode.
Then update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x2A XGT
Panel
Failed to write Data to
Module version File.
It is failed to record the version
information during update of XGT
Panel. If this symptom is repeated,
contact Customer Service Center.
0x2B XGT
Panel
There's no
downloaded file.
To reboot the engine is not available
because of wrong file which is
developed by downloading wrong
module or communication error.
Touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe
and set the device as update mode.
Then update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
0x2C XGT
Panel
(improper
communication
command)
Current state is not
authorized.
To reboot the engine is not available
because of wrong file which is
developed by downloading wrong
module or communication error.
Touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe
and set the device as update mode.
Then update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.
XGT panel
S/W update
0x30 0x2D Panel XGT (improper
communication
command)
A module to download
is not listed up yet.
To reboot the engine is not available
because of wrong file which is
developed by downloading wrong
module or communication error.
Touch
FlashDiskLSISProductUpdate.exe
and set the device as update mode.
Then update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.

 

Appendix 1. Troubleshooting

App 1-25

Object Error code Occurren
ce
location
Error message Reason and measure
Type Address
0x2E XGT
Panel
Failed to Initialize
Update program.
XGT can’t be set as update mode
because of XGT Panel error. After
downloading new XGT Panel module
through homepage, etc., copy
UpdateNew.exe file among new
module to the
FlashDiskLSISProduct directory of
XGT Panel through the movable
storage equipment. Then reboot the
XGT Panel and go update mode and
update again. If this symptom is
repeated, contact Customer Service
Center.

 

Appendix2. Dimensions

App 2-1
Appendix 2 Dimensions (Unit: mm)
1. iXP2-08xxA/D

Appendix 2. Dimensions

App 2-2
2. iXP2-10xxA/D

Appendix2. Dimensions

App 2-3
3. iXP2-12xxA/D

Appendix 2. Dimensions

App 2-4
4. iXP2-15xxA/D

Appendix 3. Warranty and Environmental Policy

App 3-1
Appendix 3 Warranty and Environmental Policy
1. Warranty contents
One. Warranty
The warranty period for your product is 18 months from the date of manufacture.
2. Scope of warranty
Partial replacements or repairs are available for any faults that occur during the above warranty period.
However, please note that if it falls under the following, it will be excluded from the guarantee range.
(1) In case of improper condition, environment, or handling other than those specified in the instruction manual
(2) If the cause of the fault is something other than our own product
(3) If the product has been modified or repaired outside of the designated spot designated by the Company or the
Company.
(4) If the product is not intended for its original use
(5) When the product is shipped from the Company, due to unforeseen circumstances at the level of science or technology
(6) If there is no responsibility for other genius, fire, etc.
3. The above warranty is only the guarantee of the HMI unit.
2. Environmental Policy
LS Industrial Systems is following the environmental policy as follows.
LS Industrial Systems
As a management priority,
All employees have a pleasant environment
Do my best to
LS Industrial HMI can protect the environment
It is designed to be a product.
If the product is discarded, it can be recycled
by separating it into aluminum, iron or
synthetic resin(Cover).
Environment Product Disposal Guide
■ LS Hukai Electric(Hubei) Co., Ltd./CHINA
No. 100, Tanjiahe Road, Dianjun District, Yichang City, Hubei Province, P.R. China
Tel : 86-717-667-7536 Fax : 86-717-667-7222
■ LS-VINA Industrial Systems Co., Ltd./VIETNAM
Room 1311, 13th, M3-M4 Building 91 Nguyen Chi Thanh street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : 84-4-6275-8055 Fax : 86-21-5237-7189
LSIS(ME) FZE/U.A.E.
LOB 19-205, JAFZA View Tower, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel : 971-4-886-5360 Fax : 971-4-886-536
LSIS Europe B.V./NETHERLANDS
1st. Floor, Tupolevlaan 48, 1119NZ,Schiphol-Rijk, The Netherlands
Tel : 31-20-654-1420 Fax : 31-20-654-1429
LSIS Japan Co., Ltd./JAPAN
16th, Higashi-Kan, Akasaka Twin Tower, 2-17-22, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel : 81-3-3582-9128 Fax : 81-3-3582-2667
■ LSIS USA Inc./U.S.A
2000 Millbrook Drive, Lincolnshire, Chicago, IL 60069, United States of America
Tel : 847-941-8240 Fax : 847-941-8259
HEAD OFFICE
LS Tower, 127, LS-ro, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-Do, 431-848, Korea
Tel : (82-2)2034-4286 Fax : 82-2-2034-4648 E-mail :
PLCSales@lsis.com
■ Factory
Samseong 4-gil, Mokcheon-eup, Dongnam-gu, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do,
31226, Korea
LSIS(Shanghai) Co., Ltd. /CHINA
32nd Room 1~4, 32/F, Great Wall Building, No.3000 North Zhongshan Road,
Putuo District, Shanghai, P.R. China
Tel : 86-21-5237-9977(609) Fax : 86-21-5237-7189
LSIS(Dalian) Co., Ltd. /CHINA
No. 15, Liaohexi 3-Road, Economic and Technical Development zone, Dalian,
P.R. China
Tel : 86-411-8731-7542 Fax : 86-411-8730-7560
■ LSIS(Wuxi) Co., Ltd./CHINA
102-A, National High & New Tech Industrial Development Area, Wuxi, Jiangsu,
P.R. China
Tel : 86-510-8534-6666 Fax : 86-510-8534-4078
LSIS constantly endeavors to improve its product so that
information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
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