|Question:||How is the memory stored in an MP-2000 series controller?|
|Answer:||The MP-2000 controllers have two basic memory storage areas. They are SRAM (battery-backed) and FLASH. The details of both types of memory are described in the chart below:|
* Turning on the INIT switch of the CPU and applying power will clear the SRAM.
** D Registers are normally stored in FLASH. In the System Configuration definition they can be globally configured to be cleared on power-up .
*** This includes SVB Setup Parameter tab (OW8000-OWFFFF registers) values are stored in flash. All of the other I and O register values are not stored.
**** Table Data is normally stored in FLASH, but can individually be configured to battery backed during creation of table when using MP-2200 CPU-02 module only.
A general note regarding the MP2200 CPU-02, the project can be stored/loaded to/from compact flash memory.
|Product:||MotionWorks Software, MP2000 Series (MP2300-MP2200), MP2200, MP2300 |
|Applications:||Automotive; Conveyor; Electronics; Food and Beverage; General Machinery; Machine Tool; Material Handling; Metal Forming; Packaging; Pharmaceutical; Plastics & Rubber; Printing; Punch Press; Semiconductor; Textile; Transportation; Washdown; Winder; Woodworking|
|Category:||Document Clarification; Environment; Hardware; Integration; Parameters; Programming; Software; Specifications; Troubleshooting|
|Part/Model#: ||MP2000 , MP2200, MP2300|
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