Schneider Electric Magelis XBT OT User manual

Magelis XBT OT User Manual
35015236 00
35015236 00 eng
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Thank you for purchasing one of Schneider’s OPTI XBT OT Series Programmable Operator Interface modules (hereafter
referred to as the “OT unit”).
Before operating your OT unit, be sure to read this manual to familiarize yourself with the OT unit’s operation procedures
and features.
NOTICE
1.
Copying this manual’s contents, either in whole or in part, is prohibited without the express permission of
Schneider Electric.
2.
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.
3.
If you should you find any errors or omissions in this document, please contact Schneider Electric to report your
findings.
4.
Regardless of Clause 3 above, Schneider Electric shall not be held responsible for any damages, losses or thirdparty damages resulting from the use of this product.
© 2007 Copyright Schneider Electric. All rights reserved.
Product names used in this manual are the trademarks / registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Contents
Safety Instructions..................................................................................................... 3
Information Symbols.................................................................................................. 4
Handling the LCD Panel............................................................................................ 5
XBT OT Series Models and Features ....................................................................... 6
Package Contents ..................................................................................................... 8
UL/c-UL Approval ...................................................................................................... 9
CE Marking.............................................................................................................. 10
Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 System Design................................................................................................ 1-2
1.2 Accessories .................................................................................................... 1-6
Chapter 2 Part Names and Functions
2.1 XBT OT 2110/2210 Series .............................................................................. 2-2
2.2 XBT OT 4320 Series....................................................................................... 2-3
2.3 XBT OT 5220/5320 Series.............................................................................. 2-5
Chapter 3 Specifications
3.1 XBT OT 2110/2210 Series .............................................................................. 3-2
3.1.1 General Specifications ..........................................................................................3-2
3.1.2 Performance Specifications ..................................................................................3-4
3.1.3 Interface Specifications .........................................................................................3-6
3.1.4 Dimensions ...........................................................................................................3-9
3.2 XBT OT 4320 Series..................................................................................... 3-12
3.2.1 General Specifications ........................................................................................3-12
3.2.2 Performance Specifications ................................................................................3-14
3.2.3 Interface Specifications .......................................................................................3-16
3.2.4 Dimensions .........................................................................................................3-19
3.3 XBT OT 5220/5320 Series............................................................................ 3-22
3.3.1 General Specifications ........................................................................................3-22
3.3.2 Performance Specifications ................................................................................3-24
3.3.3 Interface Specifications .......................................................................................3-26
3.3.4 Dimensions .........................................................................................................3-29
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Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring
4.1 Installation....................................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Wiring Precautions.......................................................................................... 4-7
4.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord..................................................................................4-7
4.2.2 Connecting the Power Supply.............................................................................4-12
4.2.3 Grounding ...........................................................................................................4-13
4.2.4 I/O Signal Line Placement ..................................................................................4-14
4.3 CF Card Insertion/Removal .......................................................................... 4-14
4.3.1 Inserting the CF Card..........................................................................................4-15
4.3.2 Removing the CF Card .......................................................................................4-15
4.3.3 CF Card Handling ...............................................................................................4-15
4.4 USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal ...................................................... 4-16
4.4.1 XBT OT 2110/2210 Series ..................................................................................4-16
4.4.2 XBT OT 4320 Series...........................................................................................4-17
4.4.3 XBT OT 5220/5320 Series..................................................................................4-18
Chapter 5 Maintenance
5.1 Cleaning the Display....................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Periodic Check Points..................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 Replacing the Installation Gasket ................................................................... 5-3
5.4 Replacing the Backlight .................................................................................. 5-4
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Safety Instructions
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device before trying
to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special messages may appear throughout this documentation
or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies
a procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label indicates
that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in personal injury if the
instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, will result in death
or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in injury or equipment damage.
Disclaimer
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by qualified personnel. No
responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this material. This
document is not intended as an instruction manual for untrained persons.
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Information Symbols
This manual uses the following icons:
Screen Editor
Indicates the Vijeo Designer software.
PLC
Abbreviation for Programmable Logic Controller.
Indicates useful or important supplemental information.
Contains additional or useful information.
SEE
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Indicates pages containing related information.
Handling the LCD Panel
The following characteristics are specific to the LCD unit and are considered normal behavior:
• LCD screen may show unevenness in the brightness of certain images or may appear different when seen
from outside the specified viewing angle. Extended shadows, or crosstalk may also appear on the sides of
screen images.
•
LCD screen pixels may contain black and white colored spots and color display may seem to have
changed.
•
When the same image is displayed on the unit’s screen for a long period, an afterimage may appear when
the image is changed. If this happens, turn OFF the unit, wait 10 sec. and then restart the unit.
• Change the screen image periodically and try not to display the same image for a long
period of time.
WARNING
SERIOUS EYE AND SKIN INJURY FROM DAMAGED OR LEAKING LCD PANEL
• Do not touch nor handle a unit whose LCD panel appears damaged or seems to be leaking.
• Do not use sharp objects or tools in the vicinity of the LCD touch panel or to operate its
buttons.
• Handle the LCD panel carefully to prevent puncture, bursting, or cracking of the panel material.
The LCD panel's liquid contains an irritant. If the panel is damaged and any of this liquid is in
contact with your skin, immediately rinse the area with running water for at least 15 min. If the
liquid gets in your eyes, immediately rinse your eyes with running water for at least 15 min. and
consult a doctor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
WARNING
RISK OF BURNS OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Wait at least 10 sec. before restoring power to the HMI unit after turning it off. Switching the unit off
and on too quickly can result in overheating that leads to personnel burn hazards or equipment
damage.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
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XBT OT Series Models and Features
The XBT OT series refers to the following model numbers:
Model
XBT OT2110
XBT OT2210
XBT OT4320
XBT OT5220
XBT OT5320
CPU
LH7A404
LH7A404
LH7A404
LH7A404
LH7A404
OS
VxWorks
VxWorks
VxWorks
VxWorks
VxWorks
DRAM
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
Main Flash
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
SRAM
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
Panel Size
5.7”
5.7”
7.5”
10.4”
10.4”
Resolution
QVGA
QVGA
VGA
VGA
VGA
Display Device
Blue LCD
STN
TFT
TFT
TFT
Color
8 gray scale
256 colors
256 colors
16 colors
256 colors
Brightness
8 levels
8 levels
8 levels
8 levels
8 levels
Contrast
8 levels
8 levels
n/a
n/a
n/a
COM1
RS232C
RS232C
RS232C
RS232C
RS232C
COM2
RS422/485
RS422/485
RS422/485
RS422/485
RS422/485
USB
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
Yes (1)
Ethernet
No
No
No
No
No
CF Card Slot
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auxiliary
No
No
No
No
No
Sound Out
No
No
No
No
No
Sound In
No
No
No
No
No
Video
No
No
No
No
No
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WARNING
LOSS OF CONTROL
• The designer of any control scheme must consider the potential failure modes of control paths
and, for certain critical control functions, provide a means to achieve a safe state during and
after a path failure. Examples of critical control functions are emergency stop and overtravel
stop.
• Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical control functions.
• System control paths may include communication links. Consideration must be given to the
implications of unanticipated transmission delays or failures of the link.1
• Each implementation of the Magelis XBT OT must be individually and thoroughly tested for
proper operation before being placed into service. The machine control system design should
take into account the possibility of the backlight failing and the operator being unable to control
the machine, or making errors in the control of the machine
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
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For additional information, refer to NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition), “Safety Guidelines for the Application,
Installation, and Maintenance of Solid State Control”.
Do not use the unit as the only means of control for critical system functions such as motor start/stop or power
disconnect.
Do not use the unit as the only notification device for critical alarms, such as device overheating or
overcurrent.
Do not use the unit with aircraft control devices, aerospace equipment, central trunk data transmission
(communication) devices, nuclear power control devices, or medical life support equipment, due to the
reliability requirements of these industries.
In the event of backlight or other unit failure, it may be difficult or impossible to identify a function.
Emergency stop, fuel shutoff, or any function that may present a danger if not immediately executed must be
provided independently of the unit. In addition, the machine control system design should take into account
the possibility of the backlight failing and the operator being unable to control the machine, or making errors
in the control of the machine.
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Package Contents
The following items are included in the OT unit’s package. Before using the OT, please check that items listed are present.
OT Unit: 1
Quick Start Guide
Warning/Caution Information
Quick Start
Guide
Installation Gasket: 1
(Attached to the OT unit)
Warning/
Caution
Information
Installation Fasteners: 4 per set
DC Power Connector: 1
OT2110/2210/4320 series
(Attached to the OT unit
for OT2110/2210 series)
OT5220/5320 series
(Attached to the OT unit)
USB Cable Clamp: 1 set
OT2110/2210 series
Holder: 1, Clamp: 1
OT4320 series
Holder: 1, Cover: 1
OT5220/5320 series
Holder: 1, Clamp: 1
This unit has been carefully packed, with special attention to quality. However, should you find anything damaged or
missing, please contact Schneider Electric immediately.
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UL/c-UL Approval
The following units are UL/c-UL listed products. (UL File No.E220851)
Product Model No.
UL/c-UL Registration Model No.
XBT OT2110
3580207-02
XBT OT2210
3580207-01
XBT OT4320
3580206-01
XBT OT5220
3520208-02
XBT OT5320
3520208-02
This product conforms to the following standards:
• UL508
Industrial Control Equipment
• CSA-C22.2 No.142-M1987 (c-UL Approval)
Standard for Process Control Equipment
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• The OT unit's rear face is not approved as an enclosure. When building the OT unit into an enduse product, be sure to use an enclosure that satisfies UL508 and CSA-C22.2 No.142-M1987
standards as the end-use product's overall enclosure.
• The OT unit must be used indoors only.
• Install and operate the OT with its front panel facing outwards.
• If the OT is mounted so as to cool itself naturally, be sure to install it in a vertical panel. Also, it
is recommended that the OT should be mounted at least 100mm [3.94in] away from any other
adjacent structures or machine parts. The temperature must be checked on the final product in
which the OT is installed.
• Serial Interface (COM2) is not a Limited Power Source.
• For use on a flat surface of a Type 4X (Indoor Use Only) and/or Type 13 Enclosure.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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CE Marking
The following units are CE marked products complying with the EMC Directive. They comply with EN55011 Class A,
EN61131-2.
XBT OT2110
XBT OT2210
XBT OT4320
XBT OT5220
XBT OT5320
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1
Overview
1. System Design
2. Accessories
This chapter describes the peripheral devices that can be connected to the OT Series units.
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1.1 System Design
The following diagram illustrates the standard range of items that can be connected to XBT OT Series units.
For host controller (PLC, etc.) connection information, refer to the Vijeo Designer Online Help’s Device
Driver manuals.
‹ OT RUN Mode Peripherals
For explanation of numbered items, see Component Legend on Page 1-4.
OT Unit
(1)
Bar-Code Reader*1
(Commercial type)
USB-to-IEEE1284
Conversion Cable
(Commercial type)
Printer *1
(Commercial type)
USB Cable
commercial type
USB Front Cable
XBTZXUSB
USB Hub (Commercial type)
(2)
CF Card
XBTZGM128
XBTZGM256
MPCYN00CFE00N
MPCYN00CF100N
Bar-Code Reader *1
(Commercial type)
(3)
(3)
(5)
RS-232C Cable
XBTZG9731
(5)
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series Link Cable
XBTZG9772
Omron PLC SYSMAC Link Cable
XBTZG9740
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series Connection Cable
XBTZG9774
*1
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For supported models, contact Schneider Electric.
(5)
(5)
Host Controller
PLC etc.
Chapter 1 Overview
(3)
(5)
RS-232C Cable
XBTZG9731
RS-232C
Isolation Unit
XBTZGI232
(5)
Switch setting:
RS-232C
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series Link Cable
XBTZG9772
(5)
Host Controller
PLC etc.
Omron PLC SYSMAC Link Cable
XBTZG9740
(5)
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series Connection Cable
XBTZG9774
(3)
(6)
RS-422 Cable
XBTZG9722
RS-232C
Isolation Unit
XBTZGI232
(8)
Switch setting:
RS-422
COM Port
Conversion Adapter
XBTZGCOM1
2 Port
Adapter Cable
XBTZG9778
Mitsubishi PLC A, QnA,
FX Series' 2 Port Adapter II
XBTZGC979
*2
(6)
Terminal Block
Conversion Adapter
XBTZG949
*2
RS-422 Cable
(Prepared by user)
Only the four-wire one-to-one connection type can be used.
• When connecting the XBTZGI232, the 9-pin setting of the COM port is required to be
VCC. COM port settings can be set with Vijeo Designer or in the OT’s Offline mode.
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(4)
Mitsubishi PLC
FX-Series Connection Cable
XBTZG9775
(8)
Mitsubishi PLC
A-Series Connection Cable
XBTZG9773
(8)
(6)
Host Controller
PLC etc.
RS-422 Cable
XBTZG9722
COM Port
Conversion
Adapter
XBTZGCOM1
(8)
2 Port Adapter Cable
XBTZG9778
Mitsubishi PLC A , QnA,
FX Series' 2 Port Adapter II
XBTZG979
(6)
Terminal Block
Conversion Adapter
XBTZG949
RS-422 Cable
(Prepared by user)
(7)
PROFIBUS Cable
(Prepared by user)
Component Legend
OT Interfaces
PLC Interfaces
(1) USB I/F
(5) RS-232C Port
(2) CF Card Interface
XBT OT4320/5220/5320 models only
(6) RS-422 Port
(3) RS-232C Serial Interface (COM1)
(4) RS422/485 Serial Interface (COM2)
1-4
(7) RS-485 Port
(8) Programing Console Port
Chapter 1 Overview
‹ Editor Peripherals
OT Unit
(1)
USB Port
USB Transfer Cable
XBTZG935
(2)
PCMCIA Slot
CF Card XBTZGM128
XBTZGM256
MPCYN00CFE00N
MPCYN00CF100N
CF Card Adapter
XBTZGADT
Personal Computer
(Commercial type) *3
*3
Vijeo-Designer
Screen Editor
Software
Certain types and models of PCs cannot be used.
Component Legend
OT Interfaces
(1) USB Host Interface
(2) CF Card Interface
(XBT OT4320/5220/5320 models only)
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1.2 Accessories
All accessories listed here are produced by Schneider Electric.
„ Serial Interface Item
1-6
Product Name
Model No.
Description
RS-232C Cable
XBTZG9731
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC A-Series (or other
host controller) to the OT. (RS-232C)
RS-422 Cable
XBTZG9722
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects a host controller to the OT.
(RS-422)
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series
Link Cable
XBTZG9775
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series (or other
host controller) to the OT. (RS-232C)
Omron PLC SYSMAC Link
Cable
XBTZG9740
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Omron PLC SYSMAC Series unit (or
other host controller) to the OT. (RS-232C)
Mitsubishi PLC A-Series
Connection Cable
XBTZG9773
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC A, QnA Series
programming console I/F to OT. (Simultaneous
use of programming console is not possible.)
Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series
Connection Cable
XBTZG9774
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC Q-Series
programming console I/F to OT. (Simultaneous
use of programming console is not possible.)
Mitsubishi PLC FX-Series
Connection Cable
XBTZG9775
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC FX-Series
programming console I/F and OT.
(Simultaneous use of programming console is
not possible.)
2 Port Adapter Cable
XBTZG9778
(5m[16.4ft])
Connects Mitsubishi PLC to the OT using 2 port
adapter II (RS-422).
Mitsubishi PLC A, QnA,
FX Series 2 Port Adapter II
XBTZG979
Allows simultaneous use of an OT Series unit
and a Mitsubishi PLC A, QnA, FX Series
peripheral device.
Terminal Block Conversion
Adapter
XBTZG949
Connects output from a serial interface with an
RS-422 terminal block.
COM Port Conversion
Adapter
XBTZGCOM1
Connects optional RS-422/485 communication
items to OT unit’s COM2 port.
RS-232C Isolation Unit
XBTZGI232
Connects a host controller to the OT and
provides isolation. RS-232C/RS-422 switching
unit.
Chapter 1 Overview
„ USB Host Interface
Product Name
Model No.
Description
USB Transfer Cable
XBTZG935 (2m[3.3ft])
Downloads project data created with the Screen
Editor via the OT unit’s Serial I/F.
USB Front Cable
XBTZGUSB (1m[3.3ft])
Extension cable attaching USB port to front panel.
„ CF Card Items
Only the XBT OT4320/5220/5320 Series includes an interface to the CF Cards.
Product Name
Model No.
Description
CF Card (128MB) XBTZGM128
CF Card (256MB) XBTZGM256
CF Card (512MB) MPCYN00CFE00N
CF Card (1GB)
MPCYN00CF100N
CF Card Adapter
XBTZGADT
Inserted into the OT unit’s CF Card slot.
Used for read/write of CF Card data via a PC’s PCMCIA slot.
„ Maintenance Items
Product Name
Installation Gasket
Connector Cover
Model No.
Corresponding OT
Description
XBTZG52
OT2110/2210
XBTZG54
OT4320
XBTZG55
OT5220/5320
Provides dust and moisture
resistance when OT is installed
into a solid panel.
XBTZGCNC
OT2110/2210/4320
Protects the OT unit’s rear face
connector.
XBTZGCO2
OT2110/2210/4320
Panel cutout adapter for
mounting OT2110/2210/4320
models.
XBTZGCO4
OT5220/5320
Panel cutout adapter for
mounting OT5220/5320.
Model No.
Corresponding OT
Description
XBTZG62
OT2110/2210
XBTZG64
OT4320
XBTZG65
OT5220/5320
Disposable, dirt-resistant sheet
for the OT unit’s screen.
(5 sheets/set) (Hard type)
Attachment
„ Option Items
Product Name
Screen Protection
Sheet
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Part Names and
Functions
1. XBT OT2110/2210 Series
2. XBT OT4320 Series
3. XBT OT5220/5320 Series
This chapter describes the names and functions of the components of the OT series.
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A: Status LED
This LED indicates the OT’s status, e.g. power
input, firmware RUN status.
LED
A
Front
OT Operation
Green (lit)
Normal operation (power
is ON) or OFFLINE
operation.
Orange
(blinking)
During software startup.
Red (lit)
Power is ON.
Not lit
Power is OFF.
B: Power Plug Connector
C
C: USB Host Interface (USB)
D
Complies with USB 1.1.
One port for TYPE-A connector.
B
E
Power supply voltage 5 VDC ±5%.
Maximum output current: 500mA
Maximum communication distance: 5m[16.4ft]
Right side
Interfaces to transfer cable, USB-compatible
printer, and such.
D: Serial Interface (COM1)
RS-232C serial interface.
9-pin SUB-D plug type connector.
E: Serial Interface (COM2)
RS-422/RS-485 serial interface.
9-pin SUB-D plug type connector.
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2.2 XBT OT4320 Series
A: Status LED
This LED indicates the OT’s status, e.g. power
input, firmware RUN status.
LED
A
Front
OT Operation
Green (lit)
Normal operation (power
is ON) or OFFLINE
operation.
Orange
(blinking)
During software startup.
Red (lit)
Power is ON.
Not lit
Power is OFF.
B: CF Card Access Lamp
This lamp lights up when a CF Card is inserted and
the CF Card cover is closed. It will remain lit if you
open the CF Card cover while the CF Card is
inserted.
Access Lamp
B
Back
Indicates
Green ON
The CF Card is inserted
and the CF Card Cover
is closed. Or, the CF
Card is being accessed.
Green OFF
The CF Card is not
inserted or is not being
accessed.
C: Power Plug Connector
D:Serial Interface (COM1)
RS-232C serial interface. 9-pin SUB-D plug type
connector.
D
E
E: Serial Interface (COM2)
RS-422/RS-485 serial interface. 9-pin SUB-D plug
type connector.
C
Right side
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F
G
H
Bottom
(With CF Card Cover open)
F: USB Host Interface (USB)
Complies with USB 1.1.
One port for TYPE-A connector.
Power supply voltage 5 VDC ±5%.
Maximum output current: 500mA
Maximum communication distance: 5m[16.4ft]
Interfaces to transfer cable, USB-compatible
printer, and such.
G: CF Card Cover
The CF Card interface and DIP Switches are
located inside the CF Card access area when the
cover is open. This cover must be closed when
accessing the CF Card.
H: DIP Switches
ON
1
DIP
Switches
Function
Install project from CF Card. CF Card
with project data required. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled
Disabled
1
2
Reserved
-
-
Enable Runtime Recovery. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled, contact
customer support for
serial recovery cable
Disabled
3
Simulate cover closed, allowing card
to be read even if cover open. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled
Disabled
4
2-4
2 3 4
ON
OFF
Chapter 2 Part Names and Functions
2.3 XBT OT5220/5320 Series
A: Status LED
This LED indicates the OT’s status, e.g. power
input, firmware RUN status.
LED
A
Front
C
E
H
Green (lit)
Normal operation (power is
ON) or OFFLINE operation.
Orange
(blinking)
During software startup.
Red (lit)
When power is turned ON.
Not lit
Power is OFF.
B: USB Host Interface (USB)
Complies with USB 1.1.
One port for the TYPE-A Connector.
Power supply voltage 5 VDC ±5%.
Maximum output current: 500mA
Maximum communication distance: 5m[16.4ft]
Interfaces to transfer cable, USB-compatible
printer, and such.
Back
D
OT Operation
F
G
C: CF Card Access LED
This lamp lights up when a CF Card is inserted and
the CF Card cover is closed. It will remain lit if you
open the CF Card cover while the CF Card is
inserted.
Access LED
Green ON
The CF Card is inserted
and the CF Card Cover is
closed. Or, the CF Card is
being accessed.
Green OFF
The CF Card is not
inserted or is not being
accessed.
B
Bottom
(CF-Card Cover Open View)
Indicates
D: Power Input Terminal Block (AC model),
Power Plug Connector (DC model)
E: CF Card Cover
The CF Card interface and DIP Switches are
located in the CF Card Cover open. This cover
must be closed when accessing the CF Card.
F: Serial Interface (COM1)
RS-232C serial interface. 9-pin SUB-D plug type
connector.
G: Serial Interface (COM2)
RS-422/RS-485 serial interface. 9-pin SUB-D plug
type connector.
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H: DIP Switches
ON
1
2 3 4
DIP
Switches
ON
OFF
Install project from CF Card. CF Card
with project data required. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled
Disabled
1
2
Reserved
-
-
Enable Runtime Recovery. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled, contact customer
support for serial recovery
cable
Disabled
3
Simulate cover closed, allowing card to
be read even if cover open. Default
setting: OFF.
Enabled
Disabled
4
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Function
3
Specifications
1. XBT OT2110/2210 Series
2. XBT OT4320 Series
3. XBT OT5220/5320 Series
This chapter describes the general specifications, functions, interfaces and dimensions of the OT.
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3.1 XBT OT2110/2210 Series
3.1.1
General Specifications
Power Supply
„ Electrical Specifications
Input Voltage
24 VDC
Rated Voltage
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
Allowable Voltage Drop
10ms (maximum)
Power Consumption
18W (maximum)
In-Rush Current
30A (max.)
Voltage Endurance
1000 VAC 20mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 VAC 10MΩ (min.)
(between charging and FG terminals)
Electrical
Mechanical
Physical
„ Environmental Specifications
Surrounding Air
Temperature
0 to +50°C [32 to 122°F]*1
Storage Temperature
-20 to +60°C [-4 to 140°F]
Ambient Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Storage Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Dust
0.1mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Atmosphere
Free of corrosive gases
Air Pressure Vibration
Resistance
800 to 1114hPa
(2,000m[6557.4ft] above sea-level and below)
Vibration Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9Hz single-amplitude 3.5mm[0.14in]
9 to 150Hz constant acceleration 9.8m/s2
X,Y,Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minute)
Concussion Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
(147m/s2 X,Y,Z directions for 3 times)
Noise Immunity
Noise Voltage: 1000VP-P
Pulse Duration: 1μs
Rise Time: 1ns
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity
6kV (complies with EN 61000-4-2 Level 3)
*1. Extended use in environments where surrounding air temperature is 40°C[104°F] or higher
may degrade the display quality and result in decreased contrast.
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Chapter 3 Specifications
Installation
„ Structural Specifications
Grounding
Grounding resistance of 100Ω 2mm2 or thicker wire,
or your country’s applicable standard.
(Same for FG and SG terminals)
*1
Structure
Rating: Equivalent to IP65f NEMA #250 TYPE 4X/13
(Front surface at panel embedding)
Feature size: All-in-one
Installation configuration: Panel embedding
Cooling Method
Natural air circulation
Weight Approx.
1.0kg[2.2lb]max. (unit only)
External
Dimensions
W167.5mm[6.59in] X H135mm[5.31in] X D59.5mm[2.34in]
Panel Cut
Dimensions
W156.0mm[6.14in] X H123.5mm[4.86in]*2
Panel thickness: 1.6mm[0.06in] to 5.0mm[0.20in]
*1. The front face of the OT unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions
equivalent to the standards shown in the specification. Even though the OT unit’s level of
resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should have no effect on the OT can
possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas where either vaporized oils are present, or
where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If
the OT’s front face protection sheet is peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of
oil into the OT and separate protection measures are suggested.
Also, if non-approved oils are present, they may cause deformation or corrosion of the front
panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing the OT be sure to confirm the type of
conditions that will be present in the OT’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and gasket are
removed from the panel, the original level of the protection can be compromised. To
maintain the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket regularly.
*2. As for dimensional tolerance, ensure everything is +1/-0mm[+0.04/-0in] and R in angles are
below R3[0.12].
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3.1.2
Performance Specifications
„ Performance Specifications
Application*1
FLASH EPROM 32MB
SRAM 512KB
Data Backup
Used lithium battery for backup memory
Interface
COM1: RS-232C
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400bps to 115.2Kbps
Connector: D-SUB-9pin plug
Serial
Interface
USB Host
Interface
Clock
Accuracy*2
COM2: RS-422/485
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400 bps to 115.2 Kbps
187.5 Kbps (MPI)
Connector: DSUB-9pin plug
Complies with USB 1.1. (TYPE-A connector) x 1
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC ± 5%
Output Current: 500mA (Max.)
Communication Distance: 5m[16.4ft] (Max.)
±65 seconds/ month (at room temperature)
*1. Active capacity.
*2. At normal operating temperatures and conditions, with the OT operating from its lithium battery, the degree of error is 65 seconds per month. Variations in operating conditions and battery
life can cause this error to vary from -380 to +90 seconds per month. For systems where this
degree of error will be a problem, the user should be sure to monitor this error and make
adjustments when required.
• When the message “RAAA051 Low battery” is displayed, supply power to the display
unit and fully charge the battery. The battery charges within 24 hours to a level which
allows backup operation. Completing a full charge requires about 96 hours (4 days).
• A Lithium battery’s lifetime is: 10 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 40°C
[104°F] or less. 4.1 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 50°C[122°F] or less.
1.5 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 60°C[140°F] or less.
When used for backup:
Approximately 100 days, with a fully charged battery.
Approximately 6 days, with a half-charged battery.
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„ Display Specifications
Display Type
XBT OT2210
XBT OT2110
STN Color LCD
Monochrome blue mode LCD
W320 X H240 pixels
Dot pitch
W0.36mm[0.01in] X H0.36mm[0.01in]
Effective Display Area
W115.2mm[4.54in] X H86.4mm[3.40in]
Color/Shade level
256 Colors (No blink)
64 Colors (Enables blink feature)
Backlight
CCFL (Not replaceable.)
Brightness control
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Contrast Adjustment
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Display Service Life
MTBF value: 75,000hrs. (TYP)
(Backlight display service life is
not included.)
MTBF value: 58,000hrs. (TYP)
(Backlight display service life is
not included.)
Backlight Service Life
75,000hrs. or more
(at 25°C[77°F] and continuous
operation - period until
backlight brightness decreases to
50% or backlight starts to flicker)
58,000hrs. or more
(at 25°C[77°F] and continuous
operation - period until
backlight brightness decreases to
50% or backlight starts to flicker)
Language Fonts
ANK: 158 (Korean fonts, Simplified Chinese and Taiwanese traditional
Chinese fonts are downloadable.)
Text
Text composition
Resolution
8 Shades
Character Sizes
Standard font: 8X8, 8X16, 16X16 and 32X32 dot fonts
Stroke font: 6 to 127 dot fonts
Font Sizes
Standard font: Width can be expanded up to 8 times.
Height can be expanded up to 8 times*1
8 X 8 dots
40 Char. X 30 rows
8 X 16 dots
40 Char. X 15 rows
16 X 16 dots
20 Char. X 15 rows
32 X 32 dots
10 Char. X 7 rows
*1. Font Sizes can be set up by software.
„ Touch Panel Specifications
Type
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 X 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more
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3.1.3
Interface Specifications
This section describes the specifications of each interface of the OT Series unit.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
• The OT unit’s serial port is not isolated. When the host (PLC) unit is also not isolated, be sure to
connect the #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal to reduce the risk of damaging the RS-232C/
RS-422 circuit.
• When connecting an external device to the OT using the SG terminal, be sure to check that no
short-circuit loop is created when you setup the system.
• The same type of connector is used for the different signal types on COM1 and COM2 of the
OT. Be careful not to mistake one for the other. Connecting them incorrectly disables
communication.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
• Connecting the RS-232C isolation unit (XBTZGI232) to COM1 enables isolation if
needed.
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„ Serial Interfaces
‹ Serial Interface (COM1)
This interface is used to connect an RS-232C serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502LX (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-232C
Pin
Arrangement
Pin No.
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
DR(DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI(RI)/VCC
Input
Called status display
+5V±5% Output 0.25A *1
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
1
5
9
1
6
(OT unit side)
*1
RS-232C
The RI/VCC selection for Pin #9 is switched via software. The VCC output is not protected against
overcurrent. To prevent damage or a unit malfunction, use only the rated current.
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‹ Serial Interface (COM2)
This interface is used to connect an RS-422/485 serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502LX (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-422/485
Pin
Arrangement
5
9
1
6
(OT unit side)
3-8
Pin No.
RS-422/485
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
RDA
Input
Receive Data A(+)
2
RDB
Input
Receive Data B(-)
3
SDA
Output
Send Data A(+)
4
ERA
Output
Data Terminal Ready A(+)
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Input
Send Possible B(-)
7
SDB
Output
Send Data B(-)
8
CSA
Input
Send Possible A(+)
9
ERB
Output
Data Terminal Ready B(-)
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Chapter 3 Specifications
Dimensions
The following dimensions apply to the XBT OT2110/2210 models.
„ Installation Fasteners Attached Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
155.5[6.12]
65[2.56] 65[2.56]
Top
Left side
134.4[5.29]
135[5.31]
Front
59.5[2.34]
123[4.84]
5[0.20]
167.5[6.59]
144.4[5.69]
3.1.4
Right side
50
50
[1.97] [1.97]
Bottom
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„ Cable Attached Dimensions
Unit:mm[in.]
96[3.78]
123[4.84]
Left side
Rear
Right side
Bottom
• Depending on the type of connection cable used the dimensions shown above
will change. The dimensions given here are representative values and are
intended for reference only.
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„ Panel Cut Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
+1
-0
[6.14
+0.04
]
-0
Under 4-R3[0.12]
+1
+0.04
[4.86
]
-0
-0
156
123.5
Panel thickness area
1.6[0.06] to 5.0[0.20]
„ Installation Fasteners
Unit: mm[in.]
11
[0.43]
16[0.63]
16.6[0.65]
31[1.22]
∅10[0.39]
M6
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3.2 XBT OT4320 Series
3.2.1
General Specifications
Power Supply
„ Electrical Specifications
Input Voltage
24 VDC
Rated Voltage
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
Allowable Voltage Drop
10ms (max.)
Power Consumption
22W (max.)
In-Rush Current
30A (max.)
Voltage Endurance
1000 VAC 20mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 VDC 10MΩ (min.)
(between charging and FG terminals)
Electrical
Mechanical
Physical
„ Environmental Specifications
3-12
Surrounding Air
Temperature
0 to +50°C [32 to 122°F]
Storage Temperature
-20 to +60°C [-4 to 140°F]
Ambient Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Storage Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Dust
0.1mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Atmosphere
Free of corrosive gases
Air Pressure Vibration
Resistance
800 to 1114hPa
(2,000m[6557.4ft] above sea-level and below)
Vibration Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9Hz single-amplitude 3.5mm[0.14in]
9 to 150Hz constant acceleration 9.8m/s2
X,Y,Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minute)
Concussion Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
(147m/s2 X,Y,Z directions for 3 times)
Noise Immunity
Noise Voltage: 1000VP-P
Pulse Duration: 1μs
Rise Time: 1ns
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity
6kV (complies with EN 61000-4-2 Level 3)
Chapter 3 Specifications
Installation
„ Structural Specifications
Grounding
Grounding resistance of 100Ω 2mm2 or thicker wire,
or your country’s applicable standard.
(Same for FG and SG terminals)
*1
Structure
Rating: Equivalent to IP65f NEMA #250 TYPE 4X/13
(Front surface at panel embedding)
Feature size: All-in-one
Installation configuration: Panel embedding
Cooling Method
Natural air circulation
Weight Approx.
1.8kg[4lb]max. (unit only)
External
Dimensions
W215mm[8.47in] X H170mm[6.69in] X D60mm[2.36in]
Panel Cut
Dimensions
W204.5mm[8.05in] X H159.5mm[6.28in]*2
Panel thickness: 1.6mm[0.06in] to 10.0mm[0.39in]
*1. The front face of the OT unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions
equivalent to the OT standards shown in the specification. Even though the OT unit’s level
of resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should have no effect on the OT can
possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas where either vaporized oils are present, or
where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If
the OT’s front face protection sheet is peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of
oil into the OT and separate protection measures are suggested.
Also, if non-approved oils are present, they may cause deformation or corrosion of the front
panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing the OT be sure to confirm the type of
conditions that will be present in the OT’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and its gasket are
removed from the panel, the original level of the protection can be compromised. To
maintain the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket regularly.
*2. As for dimensional tolerance, ensure everything is +1/-0mm[+0.04/-0in] and R in angles are
below R3[0.12].
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3.2.2
Performance Specifications
„ Performance Specifications
Application*1
FLASH EPROM 32MB
SRAM 512KB
Data Backup
Used lithium battery for backup memory
Interface
COM1: RS-232C
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400bps to 115.2Kbps
Connector: D-SUB-9pin plug
Serial
Interface
USB Host
Interface
Clock
Accuracy*2
COM2: RS-422/485
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400bps to 115.2Kbps
187.5Kbps (MPI)
Connector: DSUB-9pin plug
Conforms to USB1.1. (TYPE-A connector) x 1
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC ± 5%
Output Current: 500mA (Max.)
Communication Distance: 5m[16.4ft] (Max.)
±65 seconds/ month (at room temperature)
*1. Active capacity.
*2. At normal operating temperatures and conditions, with the OT operating from its lithium battery, the degree of error is 65 seconds per month. Variations in operating conditions and battery
life can cause this error to vary from -380 to +90 seconds per month. For systems where this
degree of error will be a problem, the user should be sure to monitor this error and make
adjustments when required.
• When the message “RAAA051 Low battery” is displayed, supply power to the display
unit and fully charge the battery. The battery charges within 24 hours to a level which
allows backup operation. Completing a full charge requires about 96 hours (4 days).
• A Lithium battery’s lifetime is: 10 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 40°C
[104°F] or less. 4.1 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 50°C[122°F] or less.
1.5 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 60°C[140°F] or less.
When used for backup:
Approximately 100 days, with a fully charged battery.
Approximately 6 days, with a half-charged battery.
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„ Display Specifications
Display Type
Resolution
Dot pitch
Effective Display Area
Color/Shade level
Backlight
Brightness control
Contrast Adjustment
Display Service Life
Backlight Service Life
Text
Text composition
Language Fonts
TFT Color LCD
W640 X H480 pixels
W0.237mm[0.01in] X H0.237mm[0.01in]
W151.68mm[5.97in] X H113.76mm[4.48in]
256 Colors (No blink)
64 Colors (Enables blink feature)
CCFL (Not replaceable.)
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Not applicable
MTBF value: 50,000hrs. or more
(Backlight display service life is not included.)
50,000hrs. or more
(at 25°C[77°F] and continuous operation - period until
backlight brightness decreases to 50% or backlight starts to flicker)
Japanese: 6962 (JIS Standards 1 & 2)
(including 607 non-kanji characters)
ANK: 158 (Korean fonts, Simplified Chinese and Taiwanese traditional
Chinese fonts are downloadable.
Character Sizes
Standard font: 8X8, 8X16, 16X16 and 32X32 dot fonts
Stroke font: 6 to 127dot fonts
Font Sizes
Standard font: Width can be expanded up to 8 times.
Height can be expanded up to 8 times*1
8 X 8 dots
8 X 16 dots
16 X 16 dots
32 X 32 dots
80 Char. X 60 rows
80 Char. X 30 rows
40 Char. X 30 rows
20 Char. X 15 rows
*1. Font Sizes can be set up by software.
„ Touch Panel Specifications
Type
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 X 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more
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3.2.3
Interface Specifications
This section describes the specifications of each interface of the OT Series unit.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
• The OT unit’s serial port is not isolated. When the host (PLC) unit is also not isolated, be sure to
connect the #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal to reduce the risk of damaging the RS-232C/
RS-422 circuit.
• When connecting an external device to the OT using the SG terminal, be sure to check that no
short-circuit loop is created when you setup the system.
• The same type of connector is used for the different signal types on COM1 and COM2 of the
OT. Be careful not to mistake one for the other. Connecting them incorrectly disables
communication.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
• Connecting the RS-232C isolation unit (XBTZGI232) to COM1 enables isolation if
needed.
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Chapter 3 Specifications
„ Serial Interfaces
‹ Serial Interface (COM1)
This interface is used to connect an RS-232C serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502LX (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-232C
Pin
Arrangement
Pin No.
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
DR(DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI(RI)/VCC
Input
Called status display
+5V±5% Output 0.25A *1
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
1
5
1
9
6
(OT unit side)
*1
RS-232C
The RI/VCC selection for Pin #9 is switched via software. The VCC output is not protected against
overcurrent. To prevent damage or a unit malfunction, use only the rated current.
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‹ Serial Interface (COM2)
This interface is used to connect an RS-422/485 serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502LX (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-422/485
Pin
Arrangement
Pin No.
1
5
9
1
6
(OT unit side)
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RS-422/485
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
RDA
Input
Receive Data A(+)
2
RDB
Input
Receive Data B(-)
3
SDA
Output
Send Data A(+)
4
ERA
Output
Data Terminal Ready A(+)
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Input
Send Possible B(-)
7
SDB
Output
Send Data B(-)
8
CSA
Input
Send Possible A(+)
9
ERB
Output
Data Terminal Ready B(-)
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Chapter 3 Specifications
Dimensions
The following dimensions apply to the XBT OT4320 models.
„ Installation Fasteners Attached Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
204[8.03]
83[3.27]
83[3.27]
Top
215[8.47]
60[2.36]
Left side
159[6.26]
170[6.69]
Front
170.4[6.71]
5[0.20]
180.4[7.10]
3.2.4
Right side
83[3.27] 83[3.27]
Bottom
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„ Cable Attached Dimensions
Unit:mm[in.]
147.9[5.82]
133.7[5.26]
134[5.28]
Left side
Rear
Right side
Bottom
• Depending on the type of connection cable used the dimensions shown above
will change. The dimensions given here are representative values and are
intended for reference only.
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Chapter 3 Specifications
„ Panel Cut Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
204.5 +1 [8.05 +0.04 ]
-0
-0
+1
+0.04
159.5 -0 [6.28
-0 ]
Under 4-R3[0.12]
Panel thickness area
1.6[0.06] to 10.0[0.39]
„Installation Fasteners
Unit: mm[in.]
11[0.43]
16[0.63]
16.6[0.65]
31[1.22]
∅10[0.39]
M6
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3.3 XBT OT5220/5320 Series
3.3.1
General Specifications
„ Electrical Specifications
Power Supply
Input Voltage
24 VDC
Rated Voltage
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
Rated frequency
-
Rated frequency range
-
Allowable Voltage Drop
10ms or less
Power Consumption
45W or less
In-Rush Current
30A or less
Voltage Endurance
1000 VAC 20mA 1minute
Insulation Resistance
500 VDC 10MΩ (min.) (between charging and FG terminals)
Electrical
Mechanical
Physical
„ Environmental Specifications
3-22
Surrounding Air
Temperature
0 to +50°C [32 to 122°F]
Storage Temperature
-20 to +60°C [-4 to 140°F]
Ambient Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Storage Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max. - no condensation.)
Dust
0.1mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Atmosphere
Free of corrosive gases
Air Pressure Vibration
Resistance
800 to 1114hPa
(2,000m[6557.4ft] above sea-level and below)
Vibration Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9Hz single-amplitude 3.5mm[0.14in]
9 to 150Hz constant acceleration 9.8m/s2
X,Y,Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minute)
Concussion Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
(147m/s2 X,Y,Z directions for 3 times)
Noise Immunity
Noise Voltage: 1000VP-P (DC model)
1500VP-P (AC model)
Pulse Duration: 1μs
Rise Time: 1ns
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity
6kV (complies with EN 61000-4-2 Level 3)
Chapter 3 Specifications
„ Structural Specifications
Grounding
Structure
Rating: Equivalent to IP65f NEMA #250 TYPE 4X/13
(Front surface at panel embedding)
Feature size: All-in-one
Installation configuration: Panel embedding
Cooling Method
Natural air circulation
Weight Approx.
2.5kg[5.5lb] max. (unit only)
External
Dimensions
W270.5mm[10.65in] X H212.5mm[8.37in] X D57mm[2.24in]
Panel Cut
Dimensions
W259mm[10.20in] X H201mm[7.91in]*2
Panel thickness: 1.6mm[0.06in] to 10.0mm[0.39in]
*1
Installation
Grounding resistance of 100Ω 2mm2 or thicker wire, or your
country’s applicable standard.
(Same for FG and SG terminals)
*1. The front face of the OT unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions
equivalent to the standards shown in the specification. Even though the OT unit’s level of
resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should have no effect on the OT can
possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas where either vaporized oils are present, or
where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If
the OT’s front face protection sheet is peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of
oil into the OT and separate protection measures are suggested.
Also, if non-approved oils are present, they may cause deformation or corrosion of the front
panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing the OT be sure to confirm the type of
conditions that will be present in the OT’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and its gasket are
removed from the panel, the original level of the protection can be compromised. To
maintain the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket regularly.
*2. As for dimensional tolerance everything +1/-0mm[+0.04/-0in] and R in angle are below
R3[0.12].
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3.3.2
Performance Specifications
„ Performance Specifications
Application*1
Data Backup
Interface
Serial
Interface
FLASH EPROM 32MB
SRAM 512KB
Used lithium battery for backup memory
COM1: RS-232C
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400bps to 115.2Kbps
Connector: D-SUB-9pin plug
COM2: RS-422/485
Asynchronous Transmission
Data Length: 7 bit/8 bit
Parity: none, Odd or Even
Stop Bit: 1bit/2bit
Data transmission Speed: 2400bps to 115.2Kbps (RS422)
187.5Kbps (MPI)
Connector: DSUB-9pin plug
USB Host
Interface
Complies with USB1.1. (TYPE-A connector) x 1
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC ± 5%
Output Current: 500mA (Max.)
Communication Distance: 5m[16.4ft] (Max.)
CF Card
Interface
Compact Flash CF Card Slot (TYPE-II)
Clock
Accuracy*2
±65 seconds/ month (at room temperature)
*1. It is user active capacity.
*2. The OT’s internal clock has a slight error. At normal operating temperatures and conditions,
with the OT operating from its lithium battery, the degree of error is 65 seconds per month.
Variations in operating conditions and battery life can cause this error to vary from -380 to
+90 seconds per month. For systems where this degree of error will be a problem, the user
should be sure to monitor this error and make adjustments when required.
• When the message “RAAA051 Low battery” is displayed, supply power to the display
unit and fully charge the battery. The battery charges within 24 hours to a level which
allows backup operation. Completing a full charge requires about 96 hours (4 days).
• A Lithium battery’s lifetime is: 10 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 40°C
[104°F] or less. 4.1 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 50°C[122°F] or less.
1.5 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 60°C[140°F] or less.
When used for backup:
Approximately 100 days, with a fully charged battery.
Approximately 6 days, with a half-charged battery.
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„ Display Specifications
Display Type
XBT OT5220
XBT OT5320
Color LCD
TFT Color LCD
W640 X H480 pixels
Dot pitch
W0.33mm[0.01in] X H0.33mm[0.01in]
Effective Display
Area
W211.2mm[8.31in] X H158.4mm[6.24in]
Color/Shade level
16 Colors
Backlight
CCFL (Not replaceable)
Brightness control
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Contrast Adjustment
Not applicable
Display Service Life
MTBF value: 50,000hrs. or more
(Backlight display service life is not included.)
Backlight Service Life
50,000hrs. or more
(at 25°C[77°F] and continuous operation - period until
backlight brightness decreases to 50% or backlight starts to flicker)
Language Fonts
Japanese: 6962 (JIS Standards 1 & 2)
(including 607 non-kanji characters)
ANK: 158 (Korean fonts, Simplified Chinese and Taiwanese traditional
Chinese fonts are downloadable.)
Text
Text composition
Resolution
256 Colors (No blink)
64 Colors (Enables blink feature)
Character Sizes
Standard font: 8X8, 8X16, 16X16 and 32X32 dot fonts
Stroke font: 6 to 127dot fonts
Font Sizes
Standard font: Width can be expanded up to 8 times.
Height can be expanded up to 8 times*1
8 X 8 dots
80 Char. X 60 rows
8 X 16 dots
80 Char. X 30 rows
16 X 16 dots
40 Char. X 30 rows
32 X 32 dots
20 Char. X 15 rows
*1. Font Sizes can be set up by software.
„ Touch Panel Specifications
Type
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 X 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more
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3.3.3
Interface Specifications
This section describes the specifications of each interface of the OT Series unit.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
• The OT unit’s serial port is not isolated. When the host (PLC) unit is also not isolated, be sure to
connect the #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal to reduce the risk of damaging the RS-232C/
RS-422 circuit.
• When connecting an external device to the OT using the SG terminal, be sure to check that no
short-circuit loop is created when you setup the system.
• The same type of connector is used for the different signal types on COM1 and COM2 of the
OT. Be careful not to mistake one for the other. Connecting them incorrectly disables
communication.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
• Connecting the RS-232C isolation unit (XBTZGI232) to COM1 enables isolation if
needed.
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„ Serial Interfaces
‹ Serial Interface (COM1)
This interface is used to connect an RS-232C serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502L (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-232C
Pin
Arrangement
5
9
1
6
(OT unit side)
*1
Pin No.
RS232C
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
DR(DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI(RI)/VCC
Input
Called status display
+5V±5% Output 0.25A *1
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
The RI/VCC selection for Pin #9 is switched via software. The VCC output is not protected against
overcurrent. To prevent damage or a unit malfunction, use only the rated current.
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‹ Serial Interface (COM2)
This interface is used to connect an RS-422/485 serial cable. A 9-pin SUB-D plug connector is used.
OT unit side
OT Connector
XM2C-0942-502LX (OMRON Co.)
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Cable side
Recommended Cable Connector
XM2D-0901 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 (OMRON Co.)
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 (OMRON Co.)
RS-422/485
Pin
Arrangement
Pin No.
1
5
9
1
6
(OT unit side)
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RS-422/485
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
RDA
Input
Receive Data A(+)
2
RDB
Input
Receive Data B(-)
3
SDA
Output
Send Data A(+)
4
ERA
Output
Data Terminal Ready A(+)
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Input
Send Possible B(-)
7
SDB
Output
Send Data B(-)
8
CSA
Input
Send Possible A(+)
9
ERB
Output
Data Terminal Ready B(-)
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Chapter 3 Specifications
Dimensions
The following dimensions apply to the XBT OT5220/5320 models.
„ Installation Fasteners Attached Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
258.5[10.18]
110[4.33]
110[4.33]
Top
57[2.24]
270.5[10.65]
Left side
212.5[8.37]
Right side
Front
110[4.33]
200.5[7.89]
5[0.20]
212.5[8.37]
222.5[8.76]
3.3.4
110[4.33]
Bottom
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„ Cable Attached Dimensions
Left side
141[5.55]
130[5.12]
Unit:mm[in.]
Rear
Right side
Power Connector
Bottom
60.4
[2.38]
The DC model unit has the
power supply terminals
shown above.
• Depending on the type of connection cable used the dimensions shown above
will change. The dimensions given here are representative values and are
intended for reference only.
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„ Panel Cut Dimensions
Unit: mm[in.]
+1
+0.04
[10.20
]
-0
-0
Under 4-R3[0.12]
Panel thickness area
1.6[0.06] to 10.0[0.39]
201
+1
+0.04
[7.91
]
-0
-0
259
„ Installation Fasteners
Unit: mm[in.]
11
[0.43]
16[0.63]
16.6[0.65]
31[1.22]
∅10[0.39]
M6
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Installation and
Wiring
1. Installation
2. Wiring Precautions
3. CF Card Insertion/Removal
4. USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal
This chapter describes the installation and cable arrangement of the OT Series and its peripheral equipment.
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4.1 Installation
This section describes the procedures and precautions for installing the OT Series units.
„ Check the Installation Gasket’s Seating
It is strongly recommended that you use the installation gasket, since it absorbs vibration in addition to
repelling water.
SEE
5.3 Replacing the Installation Gasket (page 5-3) for the procedure for attaching the installation
gasket.
• Before installing the OT into a cabinet or panel, check that the installation gasket
is securely attached to the unit.
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or
dirt on it, and could have lost much of its dust and drip resistance. Be sure to
change the gasket periodically (or when scratches or dirt become visible).
„ Creating a Panel Cut
Create the correct sized opening required to install the OT, using the installation dimensions given.
Determine the panel thickness according to the panel thickness range with due consideration of panel strength.
SEE
Panel
Panel Cut
Area
Panel
thickness
area
OT2110/2210 Series
„ Panel Cut Dimensions (page 3-11)
OT4320 Series
„ Panel Cut Dimensions (page 3-21)
OT5220/5320 Series
„ Panel Cut Dimensions (page 3-31)
• Check that the installation panel or cabinet’s surface is flat, in good condition and has no
jagged edges. Also, if desired, metal reinforcing strips can be attached to the inside of the
panel, near the Panel Cut, to increase the panel’s strength.
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„ Installation Requirement
•
For easier maintenance, operation, and improved ventilation, be sure to install the OT at least 100mm
[3.94in] away from adjacent structures and other equipment.
Unit: mm[in.]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
•
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
Be sure that the ambient operation temperature and the ambient humidity are within their designated
ranges. (Ambient operation temperature: 0 to 50°C [-32 to 122°F], Ambient humidity: 10 to 90%RH, Wet
bulb temperature: 39°C[102°F] max.) When installing the OT on the panel of a cabinet or enclosure,
“Ambient operation temperature” indicates both the panel face and cabinet or enclosure’s internal
temperature.
Panel
Face
•
Cabinet
interior
Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause the OT to exceed its standard operating
temperature.
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•
When installing the OT in a slanted panel, the panel face should not incline more than 30°.
30° or less
•
When installing the OT in a slanted panel, and the panel face inclines more than 30°, the ambient
temperature must not exceed 40°C[104°F]. You may need to use forced air cooling (fan, A/C) to ensure
the ambient operating temperature is 40°C[104°F] or below.
•
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When installing the OT vertically, position the unit so that the Power Input Terminal Block is also vertical.
Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring
„ Installing the OT
(1)
Insert the OT into the panel cut, as shown.
(2)
Mount four pieces of the panel-mounting
Installation Panel
brackets on the right and left sides, or the
top and bottom sides of the panel to secure
the panel.
Hook
Models that have the mounting bracket
holes on the sides
Models that have the mounting bracket holes
on the top and bottom
Right side
Left side
Slots
Slots
• Be sure to insert installation fasteners in the recessed portion of a installation
fasteners hole. (Refer to the following figure) If the fasteners are not correctly
attached, the OT unit may shift or fall out of the panel.
left and right
top and bottom
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(3)
Insert each of the fasteners shown below.
Be sure to pull the fastener back until it is
flush with the rear of the attachment hole.
(4)
Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten each
fastener screw and secure the OT in place.
• Tightening the screws with too much force can damage the OT unit’s plastic case.
• The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 N.m(4.4 lb-in).
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4.2 Wiring Precautions
This section describes the procedures and precautions for wiring power cords.
4.2.1
Connecting the Power Cord
WARNING
POWER, WIRING, AND GROUNDING HAZARDS
• Be sure the 24 VDC power is OFF when wiring to the power terminals of the unit.
• The unit uses only 24 VDC power. Using any other level of power can damage both the power
supply and the unit.
• Since the unit is not equipped with a power switch, be sure to connect a power switch to the
unit’s power supply.
• Be sure to ground the unit's FG terminal.
• When the FG terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded. Not grounding the OT unit
will result in excess noise and vibration. OT Series have the SG (signal ground) connection and
the FG (frame ground) connection inside. When connecting the SG wire to another device, be
sure that the design of the system/connection does not produce a shorting loop.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
„ DC Connection
‹ Power Cord Specifications
Power Cord Diameter
0.75 to 2.5mm2[0.0009 to 0.0097in2] (18-12AWG)
Conductor Type
Simple or Twisted Wire
7mm[0.28in]
Conductor Length
• Use copper conductors only.
• If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are not twisted correctly, the end wires
may either short against each other, or against an electrode.
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‹ Power Connector (Plug) Specifications
XBT OT2110/2210/4320 Series
+
24V
-
0V
FG
FG Grounding Terminal
connected to the OT
+
24V
-
0V
FG
FG Grounding Terminal
connected to the OT
Insertion
Direction
+
−
FG
XBT OT5220/5320 Series
FG
−
+
Power Cord Insertion Holes
‹ Wiring
When connecting the Power Cord, use the following items when performing wiring. (Items are made by
Phoenix Contact.)
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Recommended Driver
SZF 1-0.6x3.5 (1204517)
Recommended Pin
Terminals
AI 0.75-8GY (3200519)
AI 1-8RD (3200030)
AI 1.5-8BK (3200043)
AI 2.5-8BU (3200522)
Recommended Pin
Terminal Crimp Tool
CRIMPFOX ZA3 (1201882)
Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring
‹Connecting the Power Cord
WARNING
POWER LOSS
• Remove the connector from the OT unit prior to starting wiring.
• Avoid excessive stress on the power cable to prevent accidental disconnection.
• Securely attach power cables to the panel or cabinet.
• Use the designated torque to tighten the unit’s terminal block screws.
• Install and fasten unit on installation panel or cabinet prior to connecting Power Supply and
Communication lines.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
XBT OT2110/2210/4320 Series
(1)
Confirm that the power cord is unplugged from the power supply.
(2)
Remove the power connector (plug) from the main unit when using the OT2110/2210 Series.
(When using OT4320 Series, the power connector (plug) is packaged with other accessories.)
(3)
Strip the membrane of the power cord, twist the wire ends, and connect them to the Power Connector.
• Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.6 X 3.5) to tighten the terminal screws.
The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 to 0.6N.m[4.4-5.3 lb-in].
• Do not solder the cable connection.
(4)
Reattach the Power Connector.
Power
Connector
(Socket)
Power Connector (Plug)
Right side
(The drawing left is the
OT2110/2210 Series.)
• Be sure to twist the power cords together, up to the power connector.
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(1)
Confirm that the power cord is unplugged from the power supply.
(2)
Remove the power connector (plug) from the main unit.
(3)
Loosen the three screws in the center of the Power Connector (plug).
(4)
Strip the sheath of the power cord, twist the wire ends, insert them into the bar terminals.
(5)
Fix them with screws.
• Use a flat-blade screwdriver (size 0.6 x 3.5) to tighten the terminal screws.
The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 to 0.6N.m[4.4-5.3 lb-in].
• Do not solder the cable connection.
• Be sure to twist the power cords together, up to the power connector.
+
-
(6)
Attach the Power Connector (Plug) to the OT and fix it to the OT main unit with right/left tightening
screws.
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4.2.2
Connecting the Power Supply
This section describes the precautions for supplying a power voltage.
Twisted-pair cord
Constant
Voltage
Transformer
OT
FG
• If the supplied voltage exceeds the OT unit’s range,
connect a constant voltage transformer.
SEE
Chapter 3 Specifications (page 3-1)
Twisted-pair cord
Insulating
Transformer
OT
• For between the line and ground, select a power supply
that is low in noise. If there is an excess amount of noise,
FG
connect a insulating transformer.
• Use constant voltage and
insulating transformers with
capacities exceeding Power
OT
Main Power
Consumption value.
OT Power
Input/Output
Unit
Input/Output
Power
Main
Power
• When supplying power to the OT unit, be sure to
separate the input/output and power lines, as shown.
• To increase the noise resistance quality of the power
cord, simply twist each power wire before attaching the
OT
Power
Ring Terminal.
• The power supply cable must not be bundled or
OT
positioned close to main circuit lines (high voltage, high
T1
T2
Input/
Output
Power
current), or input/output signal lines.
Input/Output
Unit
• Connect a lightening surge absorber, as shown in the
diagram, to deal with power surges.
Input/Output
Unit
• To avoid excess noise, make the power cord as short as
possible.
Main Circuit
Operation
Unit
• 24 VDC input unit is must be used with a Class 2 power
supply.
• Be sure to ground the surge
absorber (E1) separately from
the OT unit (E2).
OT
FG
E1
E2
• Select a surge absorber that
has a maximum circuit
voltage greater than that of
the peak voltage of the power
Lightning Surge
Absorber
supply.
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4.2.3
Grounding
This section describes the precautions for grounding the OT unit.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
• Do not use common grounding, since it can lead to an accident or machine breakdown.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
(a) Exclusive Grounding (BEST)
• When supplying power to the OT unit, be sure to separate the
OT
Other
Equipment
input/output and power lines, as shown. [diagram (a)]
• Check that the grounding resistance is
100Ω or less.
• FG and SG terminals are internally
connected in the OT. When connecting
an external device to the OT using the
SG terminal, be sure to check that no
short-circuit loop is created when you
(b) Exclusive Grounding (OK)
setup the system.
OT
Other
Equipment
• The grounding wire should have a
cross sectional area greater than
2mm2[0.0782]. Create the grounding
point as close to the OT unit as
possible, and make the wire as short,
as possible. When using a long
grounding wire, replace the thin wire
with a thicker wire, and place it in a
(C) Common Grounding (Not OK)
duct.
OT
Other
Equipment
• If exclusive grounding is not possible, use a common
grounding point, [diagram (b)]. A D-type grounding or
equivalent should be used for the grounding point.
• If the equipment does not function
properly when grounded, disconnect the
ground wire from the FG terminal.
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4.2.4
I/O Signal Line Placement
•
Input and output signal lines must be separated from the power control cables for operating circuits.
•
If this is not possible, use a shielded cable and connect the shield to the OT unit’s frame.
4.3 CF Card Insertion/Removal
This section describes how to insert and remove a CF Card.
Precautions
When using the unit and a CF Card, follow the precautions below:
•
Prior to inserting or removing a CF Card, be sure to turn the unit’s CF Card ACCESS switch OFF and to
confirm that the ACCESS lamp is not lit. If you do not, CF Card internal data may be damaged or lost.
•
Check that the CF Card DIP switches setting are appropriate.
•
While a CF Card is being accessed, NEVER turn OFF or reset the unit, or insert or remove the CF Card.
Prior to performing these operations, create and use a special unit application screen that will prevent
access to the CF Card.
•
Prior to inserting a CF Card, familiarize yourself with the CF Card’s front and rear face orientation, as
well as the CF Card connector’s position. If the CF Card is not correctly positioned when it is inserted into
the unit, the CF Card’s internal data and the unit may be damaged or broken.
•
Be sure to use only CF Cards manufactured by Schneider Electric. Performance can be compromised
when using another manufacturer’s CF Card.
Once unit data is lost, it cannot be recovered. Since accidental data loss can occur at any time, be sure to back
up all unit screen and CF Card data regularly.
CAUTION
CORRUPTED CF CARD DATA
• Be sure to follow the instructions given below to prevent the CF Card’s internal data from being
destroyed or a CF Card malfunction from occurring:
• DO NOT bend the CF Card.
• DO NOT drop or strike the CF Card against another object.
• Keep the CF Card dry.
• DO NOT touch the CF Card connectors.
• DO NOT disassemble or modify the CF Card.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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4.3.1
Inserting the CF Card
Use the following steps to insert the CF Card in the OT.
(1)
Pull the CF Card Cover frontward and then open it upward.
(2)
Insert the CF Card in the CF Card Slot, until the eject button is pushed forward.
Eject Button
(3)
Close the cover. (As shown.)
• Make sure that the CF Card cover is closed when accessing the CF Card.
4.3.2
Removing the CF Card
Simply reverse the steps shown in the previous “Inserting CF Card” explanation. Prior to pressing the eject
button to remove the CF Card, confirm that the CF Card Access LED is turned OFF.
4.3.3
CF Card Handling
The CF Card has a data overwrite limit of approximately 100,000 times. Therefore, be sure to back up all CF
Card data regularly to another storage media. (100,000 times assumes the overwriting of 500KB of data in
DOS format.) Two methods are available for backing up data. After using either method (1) or method (2), use
your personal computer to save your data to the CF Card.
(1) If your PC is equipped with a PC Card Slot
To view CF Card data on a personal computer, first, insert the CF Card into a CF Card Adapter.
(2) If your PC is NOT equipped with a PC Card slot
Use a commercially available PC Card Reader, or a CF Card Reader.
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4.4 USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal
This clamp is used to prevent the USB cable connected to the USB Host Interface on the bottom of the OT
unit from being unplugged due to vibration or other causes.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
Unplug the unit’s Power Cord from the 24 VDC power supply prior to attaching or detaching any
connector(s) to or from the unit.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
4.4.1
XBT OT2110/2210 Series
„ Attachment
(1)
Insert the USB holder into the slot in front of the OT unit’s USB port and pull it down and forward.
2
1
(2)
Pass the band of the USB cable clamp through the bridge of the USB holder.
Bridge
USB Holder
(3)
Insert the USB cable into the port. Fasten the band around the plug and secure it with the clamp.
Clamp
USB Holder
USB Cable
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„ Removal
To remove the clamp from the USB cables, push down on the clamp strap’s clip to release it while pulling up
on the clamp.
Clip
Clamp
4.4.2
XBT OT4320 Series
„ Attachment
(1)
Before starting the procedure, lift up the tab on both sides of the USB Holder and remove the USB Cover.
Tab
(2)
Attach the USB holder to the USB Host Interface part of the main unit. Hook a pick of the USB holder
to the attachment hole of the main unit and then insert the other (lower) pick to fix the USB holder.
(3)
Insert the USB cable into the USB Host Interface.
USB Cable
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(4)
Attach the USB cover to fix the USB cable. Insert the USB cover into the tab of the USB holder.
USB Holder
Tab
USB Cover
• Check the up/down orientation of the USB cover to ensure that the USB cable is
secured properly.
„ Removal
(1)
Lift up the tab of the USB holder and then remove the USB cover as shown below.
USB Holder
Tab
(2)
4.4.3
USB Cover
After removing the USB cable, remove the picks pushing the USB holder from both top and bottom.
XBT OT5220/5320 Series
„ Attachment
(1)
Insert the USB holder into the slot in front of the OT unit’s USB port and pull it down and forward.
USB Holder
(2)
Pass the band of the USB cable clamp through the bridge of the USB holder.
Bridge
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(3)
Insert the USB cable into the port. Fasten the band around the plug and secure it with the clamp.
Clamp
USB Cable
USB Holder
„ Removal
To remove the clamp from the USB cables, push down on the clamp strap’s clip to release it while pulling up
on the clamp.
Clamp
Clip
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Maintenance
1. Cleaning the Display
2. Periodic Check Points
3. Replacing the Installation Gasket
4. Replacing the Backlight
This chapter explains steps and inspection criteria for proper maintenance of the operating terminal.
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5.1 Cleaning the Display
When the surface or frame of the display become dirty, soak a soft cloth in water with a neutral detergent,
wring the cloth tightly, and wipe the display.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Do not use hard or pointed objects to operate the touch-screen panel, since it can damage the
panel surface.
• Do not use paint thinner, organic solvents, or a strong acid compound to clean the unit.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
5.2 Periodic Check Points
To keep your OT unit in its best condition, please inspect the following points periodically.
„ OT Operation Environment
† Is the operating temperature within the allowable range (0ºC to 50ºC [-32 to 122ºF])?
† Is the operating humidity within the specified range (10%RH to 90%RH, dry bulb temperature of
39ºC[102ºF] or less)?
† Is the operating atmosphere free of corrosive gasses?
When using the OT unit inside a panel, the ambient environment refers to the interior of the panel.
„ Electrical Specifications
† Is the input voltage appropriate?
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
„ Related Items
† Are all power cords and cables connected properly? Have any become loose?
† Are all mounting brackets holding the unit securely?
† Are there many scratches or traces of dirt on the installation gasket?
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5.3 Replacing the Installation Gasket
The installation gasket provides protection against dust and moisture.
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or
dirt on it, and could have lost much of its water resistance. Be sure to change the
gasket at least once a year, or when scratches or dirt become visible.
• The OT unit installation gasket’s model number is as follows.
OT2110/2210 Series
XBTZG52
OT4320 Series
XBTZG54
OT5220/5320 Series
XBTZG55
„ Installation Gasket Attachment Procedure
(1)
Place the OT on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
(2)
Remove the gasket from the OT.
(3)
Attach the new gasket to the OT. Be sure to insert the gasket into the OT’s groove so that the gasket’s
groove sides are vertical.
OT Rear Face
Gasket
Installation
Groove
Gasket Seam
(4)
Check that the gasket is attached correctly to the OT.
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• The gasket must be inserted correctly into the groove for the OT’s moisture
resistance to be equivalent to IP65f.
• Since the gasket is flexible but not elastic, be careful not to stretch it
unnecessarily, as doing so could tear the gasket.
• Be sure the gasket’s seam is not inserted into any of the unit’s corners, only in
the straight sections of the groove. Inserting it into a corner may lead to its
eventually tearing.
• To provide stable resistance against dust and moisture, insert the gasket so that
the seam is at the bottom of the OT unit.
• The upper surface of the gasket should protrude approximately 2.0mm[0.08in]
out from the groove. Be sure to check that the gasket is correctly inserted before
installing the OT into a panel.
2.0mm[0.08in]
5.4 Replacing the Backlight
The backlights of the XBT OT Series are not replaceable. Although the backlights used are a long-life type,
their lifetime may be shorter than the specified period depending on the XBT OT Series operating
environment. We would like to replace the displays instead of replacing the backlights. Please contact
Schneider Electric.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
• Do not create switches for system functions that may cause injury and/or equipment damage.
If the unit's backlight burns out and the unit is not set to standby mode, the panel remains active. If
the operator fails to notice that the backlight is burned out and touches the panel, unintended
equipment operation can occur.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
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